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Hydrogen/oxygen mixed gas inhalation reduces the disease severity and dyspnea (breathing difficulty) in patients with Coronavirus disease

Vol 12, No 6 (June 2020): Journal of Thoracic Disease Quick Look Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has resulted in more than 8.7 million laboratory-confirmed cases…

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Vitamin B6 may help keep COVID-19’s cytokine storms at bay

by  Hiroshima University Who would have thought that a small basic compound like vitamin B6 in bananas or fish could be key to a robust response…

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Posted in Living

Social media use driven by search for reward, akin to animals seeking food, new study shows

by James Devitt,  New York University Our use of social media, specifically our efforts to maximize “likes,” follows a pattern of “reward learning,” concludes a new…

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Posted in Politics

The Golden Trump Statue Is the Talk of CPAC. It Was Made in Mexico.

BY DANIEL POLITIFEB 27, 20216:47 PM A golden statue of former President Donald Trump has turned into the talk of the Conservative Political Action Conference taking…

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How does the Johnson & Johnson vaccine compare to other coronavirus vaccines? 4 questions answered

Maureen Ferran, Rochester Institute of Technology The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has authorized the use of the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine in adults….

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More than 70MILLION doses of vaccine have been administered in the US – with approval of Johnson & Johnson single shot adding another 20 million more before the end of March

A third vaccine has been given FDA approval to aide the inoculation effort The jab by Johnson & Johnson only requires a single shot compared to…

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The coronavirus jab’s most tantalising side effects? It may help fight cancer, chronic pain… and even Alzheimer’s

Scientists have documented the unexpected benefits of vaccines for decades Some experts suggest vaccines can ‘train’ the immune system, strengthening it Others say increased stress hormones…

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‘Homegrown’ California coronavirus variant is more contagious and possibly deadlier

By Rachael Rettner – Senior Writer 2 days ago The variant, known as B.1.427/B.1.429, may also be more resistant to current vaccines, early data suggests. Scientists in California are…

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Posted in Environment

Why rescuers are feeding turtles mayonnaise after a disastrous oil spill

By Nicoletta Lanese – Staff Writer 17 hours ago While some people slather mayonnaise on their sandwiches, Israel’s National Sea Turtle Rescue Center uses the condiment for a unique…

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Posted in COVID-19 Medical

Engineered viruses can fight the rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Kevin Doxzen, Arizona State University As the world fights the SARS-CoV-2 virus causing the COVID-19 pandemic, another group of dangerous pathogens looms in the background….

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Posted in Living

‘Biological males are taking our medals’: Female track stars’ fury after Biden withdraws government from lawsuit to stop transgender athletes competing in high school sports

Connecticut is one of 17 states that allows high school athletes to compete in sports according to their gender identity Trump’s administration joined the case…

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