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The next time a fly lands on your food, you might want to consider throwing that bite away. A new review suggests the muck that flies regurgitate could very well be infected with a pathogen. When you think of a disease-carrying insect, chances are you ...
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It's still early, but preliminary phase 1 data of AskBio's adeno-associated vector (AAV) to treat congestive heart failure hints at the gene therapy's potential to tackle cardiovascular disease. The sneak peak, presented at the 25th annual meeting of ...
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Why Conventional Vulnerability Management is not the Best-fit for Modern Security Landscape · Vulnerabilities beyond CVEs are overlooked. · Lack of integrated remediation controls. · Siloed Interfaces and Multiple-point Solutions Approach. · Manual Methods and ...
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The digital world is always changing and with each passing day comes a new series of challenges that can't be overlooked. This includes the fluctuating social media app landscape that needs particular attention. Therefore, it makes sense why Google is ...
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Investigation of a possibly critical issue with twisty magnetic stellarators, promising candidates to serve as models for a U.S. fusion pilot plant, has clarified the potential impact of a largely overlooked concern.
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The White House says the 79-year-old President is experiencing "very mild symptoms" and is taking Paxlovid, an antiviral drug designed to reduce the severity of the disease.
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NSW coach Brad Fittler has explained Josh Addo-Carr's shock snub from his squad for Origin I as stunned fans questioned why the popular winger was overlooked.
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A 47-year-old man from Kerala recently died due to West Nile Virus. This is said to be the second death due to the vector-borne disease in the state. The state health department has sounded an alert in the wake of the death. West Nile fever, spread by ...
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The two products allow efficient and cost-effective mass-rearing of mosquitoes in laboratory as it is important to keep these mosquitoes healthy to investigate basic facets of their biology and to study vector-borne disease and measures to control it.
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People having sex at raves in Spain and Belgium is currently the primary vector of interest to researchers tracking down the Monkeypox outbreak. Monkeypox has not previously been documented as a sexually transmitted disease but the article makes it ...
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News in health Category
The Biden administration will distribute monkeypox vaccine to jurisdictions that adopt a new protocol using one-fifth the regular dose. Critics called the plan “unscientific.”
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People who have had COVID-19 face are at an increased risk for neurological and psychiatric conditions, including psychosis, dementia, epilepsy, and "brain fog" up to two years after, compared to those who have had other respiratory diseases.
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New York City has released new data showing that Black men have received far fewer monkeypox vaccines than their share of the at-risk population.
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An agreement between the Danish manufacturer of the only U.S. approved monkeypox vaccine and a Michigan-based company would move the final packaging steps to the U.S. in an effort to expedite the delivery of millions of doses.
Read more at The Hill