New Clarify Health Institute Research Highlights Severity of Pediatric Mental Illness in the United States | Business Finance

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A key to long-term covid is that the virus lingers in the body, scientists say

Through Sumathi Reddy 8 Sept. 2022 12:01 PM ET Listen to article (2 minutes) The virus that causes Covid-19 can stay in some people’s bodies for a long time. A growing number of scientists believe the ongoing virus is a cause of long-term Covid. New research has found the spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus … Read more

Man diagnosed with monkey pox, COVID-19 and HIV at the same time

An Italian man is believed to be the first person to be diagnosed with monkey pox, COVID-19 and HIV at the same time. Experts say it is very rare to get COVID and monkeypox at the same time, and there is no known documented case of a person being diagnosed with all three infections at … Read more

Finding the Lowest Effective Dose of Asthma Prevention Drug

Seven in ten Australians with asthma over the age of 12 may be prescribed too many preventative medicines. In Australian prescriber Prof Helen Reddel and co-authors from the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research write about finding the lowest effective dose to control asthma. From the 2021 census, we know that more than 2 million Australians … Read more

High-flying experiment: do stem cells grow better in space?

Researcher Dhruv Sareen’s own stem cells are now orbiting the Earth. The mission? To test if they will grow better without gravity. Scientists at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles are trying to find new ways to produce massive amounts of a type of stem cell that can generate nearly any other type of cell … Read more

CANbridge Forms Scientific Advisory Board to Guide Global Development of CAN106 in Complement Mediated Diseases | Business Finance

BEIJING & CAMBRIDGE, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–July 6, 2022– CANbridge Pharmaceuticals Inc. (HKEX:1228), a China-US-based global biopharmaceutical company committed to the research, development and commercialization of transformative therapies for rare diseases and rare oncology, announced that it has formed a Scientific Advisory Board on Complementary Diseases focused on the worldwide development of CAN106, a novel long-acting monoclonal … Read more

SINOVAC Joins Hands with HKU-CTC Research Team and Gleneagles Hospital Hong Kong to Begin Clinical Trial of Omicron Specific Inactivated Vaccine for Booster Use in Hong Kong, China | News

[From right to left] Professor Ivan Hung Fan-ngai, Ru Chien & Helen Lieh Professor of Educational Health Sciences, Clinical Professor and Chief of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, School of Clinical Medicine, Assistant Dean (Admissions), LKS Faculty of Medicine, University of Hong Kong; dr. Kenneth Tsang, CEO of Gleneagles Hospital Hong Kong; Ms. Cheryl Law, … Read more

The death of the man who received a pig heart transplant remains a mystery

Doctors can’t fully explain the death of the first recipient of a genetically modified pig heart, but they offered several theories in a new study — saying clinical trials of pig-to-human organ transplants should begin, despite the ongoing mystery. David Bennett, a 57-year-old handyman from Hagerstown, Maryland, received the heart in January during experimental surgery … Read more

The death of the man who received a pig heart transplant remains a mystery

Doctors can’t fully explain the death of the first recipient of a genetically modified pig heart, but they offered several theories in a new study — saying clinical trials of pig-to-human organ transplants should begin, despite the ongoing mystery. David Bennett, a 57-year-old handyman from Hagerstown, Maryland, received the heart in January during experimental surgery … Read more

Wysa receives FDA breakthrough device designation for AI-guided mental health conversational agent – Tullahoma News and Guardian

Wysa Receives FDA Breakthrough Device Designation for AI-led Mental Health InterlocutorTullahoma News and Guardian