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  • Could these antiviral pills treat long COVID?
    on 25/11/2022 at 19:10

    Could Paxlovid solve one of the pandemic’s biggest puzzles? A new study at Stanford University aims to find out.

  • Investigating plasma to predict COVID-19 progression
    on 25/11/2022 at 18:51

    Just as oil is essential to keep a car’s motor running, blood is essential to keep the body functioning. The presence of particular proteins in the plasma, the liquid component of blood, may signal the presence of a disease or indicate the severity of a condition. Now, researchers in Japan have uncovered several key plasma proteins that are related to severe COVID-19.

  • Older adults live longer in counties with greater age bias, researchers find
    on 25/11/2022 at 18:49

    Older adults living in counties with greater age bias had better health outcomes than those living in areas with less age bias, according to University of Massachusetts Amherst researchers, who were surprised at the findings.

  • Blood group can predict risk of contracting viral disease
    on 25/11/2022 at 18:49

    The risk of being infected by parvovirus is elevated in those people who have blood group Rh(D), according to a study published in The Journal of Infectious Diseases by researchers from Karolinska Institutetin Sweden in collaboration with Octapharma.

  • Young adults with caries can improve their oral health
    on 25/11/2022 at 18:49

    Young adults with extensive caries disease often have a high propensity for risk in terms of oral health. At the same time, with the right support and treatment, they can modify their unhealthy behaviors. A thesis at the University of Gothenburg describes the challenges involved in helping patients in this vulnerable category.

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