Common medications contain animal byproducts, study finds

More physicians and pharmacists are advocating for patients to be made aware of animal byproducts contained in common medications, according to new research in the Journal of Osteopathic Medicine. Common medications, including widely used blood thinners and hormones, are often derived

Maternal exposure to chemicals linked to autistic-like behaviours in children

A new study by Simon Fraser University’s Faculty of Health Sciences researchers – published today in the American Journal of Epidemiology – found correlations between increased expressions of autistic-like behaviours in pre-school aged children to gestational exposure to select environmental toxicants, including metals, pesticides,


Antigen Test 72% False Positive rate, Vaccine Failure under estimated, Corona waste kills animals throughout the entire world + Data

Antigen Test 72% False Positive rate, Vaccine Failure under estimated, Corona waste kills animals throughout the entire world + Data testaccuracy #falsepositive #data Updated Cochrane review assesses how accurate rapid tests are for detecting COVID-19 risk is minuscule, infection after

School closures disproportionately hit disadvantaged students in the US

The uneven distribution of school closures in the US since September 2020 threatens to exacerbate regional, racial and class-based divides in educational performance, according to research by Zachary Parolin, of Bocconi University’s Department of Social and Political Science, recently published

Combination therapy protects against advanced Marburg virus disease

GALVESTON, Texas – A new study conducted at the Galveston National Laboratory at the The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB) has shown substantial benefit to combining monoclonal antibodies and the antiviral remdesivir against advanced Marburg virus. The

Molecule attacks coronavirus in a novel way

Scientists at the University of Bonn and the caesar research center have isolated a molecule that might open new avenues in the fight against SARS coronavirus 2. The active ingredient binds to the spike protein that the virus uses to

COVID-19: A retrospective by the numbers

Presents a brief overview of the eight COVID-19 editorials published in DMPHP over the past year and using them as a framework to follow the evolution of the Pandemic over time. A review of the salient epidemiological and clinical dimensions

Green leafy vegetables essential for muscle strength

Eating just one cup of leafy green vegetables every day could boost muscle function, according to new Edith Cowan University (ECU) research. The study, published today in the Journal of Nutrition, found that people who consumed a nitrate-rich diet, predominantly from

Can the right probiotic work for breast milk-fed babies?

Probiotics — those bacteria that are good for your digestive tract — are short-lived, rarely taking residence or colonizing the gut. But a new study from researchers at the University of California, Davis, finds that in breast milk-fed babies given the probiotic B.

Fear of COVID-19 is killing patients with other serious diseases

Philadelphia, March 23, 2021 – During the COVID-19 pandemic, Joseph S. Alpert, MD, Editor-in-Chief of The American Journal of Medicine, published by Elsevier, has observed that although non-COVID inpatients suffered from the usual mix of conditions such as heart failure and chronic obstructive

Ultra-processed foods are breaking your heart

Ultra-processed foods account for 58% of total energy in the average U.S. diet, but diet is a modifiable risk factor in the prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD). A study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology found that higher

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