Category: Medical


Rodney E. Rohde, Texas State University When President Trump was diagnosed with COVID-19, one of the cutting-edge experimental therapies he received was a mixture of monoclonal antibodies. But now a vaccine may soon be available. So are other therapies necessary Read more…


A demonstration of why the longer the SARS-CoV-2 virus stays in ones body, the more dangerous and deadly it gets. It’s not an infection – it’s a battle. It also demonstrates why one should always finish taking any prescribed antibiotic Read more…


PMID: 32865158 PMCID: PMC7459175 DOI: 10.1177/1753466620951051 Sergej M. Ostojic Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer Recent public reports by China’s National Health Commission and the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention have recommended effective oxygen therapy measures as an element of Read more…


Glen J. Golden, Colorado State University Editor’s note: As COVID-19 continues to spread worldwide, scientists are analyzing new ways to track it. One promising approach is training dogs to detect people who are infected by smelling samples of human urine Read more…


Bert Spector, Northeastern University I nervously fell into a long line of fellow first graders in the gymnasium of St. Louis’ Hamilton Elementary School in the spring of 1955. We were waiting for our first injection of the new polio Read more…


Drug niraparib was approved for use by regulators in ‘quantum leap’  Target Ovarian Cancer, a UK charity, described treatment as a ‘major milestone’  Targeted treatments are rare in ovarian cancer and just a handful are approved  Experts have hailed a ‘quantum Read more…


The DNA doesn’t appear human but it does seems to be active. Its purpose is yet unknown. CIA releases UFO ‘Black Vault’ documents. A spokesperson was quoted as saying “With the scientist’s alien DNA announcement, there’s little a reason to Read more…


Steven DeKosky, University of Florida Americans and others around the world have turned increasingly to dietary supplements in order to maintain or preserve their brain health. A recent study found that a quarter of adults over 50 take a supplement Read more…


Darby Saxbe, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and Jennifer Hahn-Holbrook, University of California, Merced Human breast milk is more than a meal – it’s also a clock, providing time-of-day information to infants. The composition of breast milk Read more…


Abstract Point-of-care COVID-19 assays that are more sensitive than the current RT-PCR (reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction) gold standard assay are needed to improve disease control efforts. We describe the development of a portable, ultrasensitive saliva-based COVID-19 assay with a Read more…