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The link between opioid medication and pancreatic cancer

Researchers at Rush University Medical Center have found that opioid use might increase a person’s risk of developing pancreatic cancer. Published Jan. 6, the study, titled “Opioid Use as a Potential Risk Factor for Pancreatic Cancer in the United States,”

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Omega–3 For Better Heart Rate Recovery

Previous studies have shown that a slow heart rate recovery is associated with increased risk for sudden cardiac death, which fits with higher EPA and DHA levels being linked with reduced risk for sudden cardiac death #heartraterecovery #heartrhythm #omega3 Higher

University of Miami leads groundbreaking trial for COVID-19 treatment

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine researchers led a unique and groundbreaking randomized controlled trial showing umbilical cord derived mesenchymal stem cell infusions safely reduce risk of death and quicken time to recovery for the severest COVID-19 patients, according

Natural products with potential efficacy against lethal viruses

Researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of California San Diego have broken down the genomic and life history traits of three classes of viruses that have caused endemic and

One in four doctors attacked, harassed on social media

CHICAGO — While many physicians benefit from social media by networking with potential collaborators or interfacing with patients, a new study from Northwestern University and the University of Chicago found many physicians also report being sexually harassed and personally attacked

Brain cancer linked to tissue healing

The healing process that follows a brain injury could spur tumour growth when new cells generated to replace those lost to the injury are derailed by mutations, Toronto scientists have found. A brain injury can be anything from trauma to

Model used to evaluate lockdowns was flawed

In a recent study, researchers from Imperial College London developed a model to assess the effect of different measures used to curb the spread of the coronavirus. However, the model had fundamental shortcomings and cannot be used to draw the

Study examines the most effective COVID-19 control policies

Toronto – With the arrival of effective vaccines for the COVID-19 virus, the end of the pandemic is on the horizon but in the short term the virus continues to spread. A timely new study published today by PLOS ONE examines the

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Sars-COV-2 confirmed aerosolized below 1um, Masks may officially do more harm than good, plus data

1. We review now the very strong hypothesis that Sars-COV-2 is now aerosolized on a sub-micron level greatly reducing any impact PPE may have and greatly increasing transmission vectors. 2. Immunity to COVID-19 appears to last at least 8 months with significant B cell memory. 3. Plus deep dive into global Data that really shows there is no real clear pandemic mitigation strategy that is having any real-world effect except unnecessarily causing hardship among the subject populace.

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Common Herbicide May Devastate Future Generations

The study provides evidence that glyphosate-induced changes to exposed rats could be used as biomarkers for determining propensity in subsequent generations for prostate and kidney diseases as well as obesity and incurring multiple diseases at once. In fact, by the time third- and fourth-generation rats whose predecessors had been exposed to the chemical were middle-aged, 90% had one or more of these health problems, a dramatically higher rate than the control group.

COVID immunity lasts up to 8 months, new data reveals

Australian researchers have revealed – for the first time – that people who have been infected with the COVID-19 virus have immune memory to protect against reinfection for at least eight months. The research is the strongest evidence for the

Masks not enough to stop COVID-19’s spread without distancing

WASHINGTON, December 22, 2020 — Simply wearing a mask may not be enough to prevent the spread of COVID-19 without social distancing. In Physics of Fluids, by AIP Publishing, researchers tested how five different types of mask materials impacted the spread

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