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COVID rebound after Pfizer treatment likely due to robust immune response, study finds

Reuters 07 Oct 2022
All patients in the study ... The study, published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases, followed numerous reports of individuals who took Paxlovid as recommended within five days of infection and saw a return of symptoms after they completed the five-day course of treatment.
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Top doctor Nick Coatsworth issues blunt warning about children as young as five getting the ...

The Daily Mail 07 Oct 2022
Dr Coatsworth's warning comes after studies from peer-reviewed journal The Lancet found higher than expected rates of myocarditis in younger people. 'Specifically in individuals younger than 35 years, with the highest risk among men aged 18–25 years after their second COVID-19 mRNA vaccine dose,' the study read.
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The Readers' Forum: Friday letters

Winston-Salem Journal 07 Oct 2022
A recent study in the International Journal of Educational Research concluded that primary school students in Sweden suffered no learning loss ... 13 print announcement of the most recent changes (“Changes coming to your Journal”) ... Personally, I am not a fan of the changes that were recently made with the Journal.
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A 'cataclysmic' celestial couple gone wrong - a star eats its mate

Reuters 07 Oct 2022
As part of the drama, one star is eating its companion ... Register ... "Imagine if the moon zipped across the sky 10 times a night. That's the kind of speed we are talking about," said Massachusetts Institute of Technology astrophysicist Kevin Burdge, lead author of the study published this week in the journal Nature ... Register ... Our Standards.
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Falling marriage rate creates concern

China Daily 07 Oct 2022
This is corroborated by a survey conducted late last year and published by the Journal of Chinese Women's Studies ... Yang Juhua said she has found through her studies that a prominent factor in men's hesitation to get married is having to face a heavy economic burden, especially in housing.
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Multiple Earth simulations show ocean acidification peak in Arctic Ocean may shift from winter to summer

Phys Dot Org 06 Oct 2022
In their paper published in the journal Nature, James Orr, Lester Kwiatkowski and Hans-Otto Pörtner describe their study of acidification of the Arctic Ocean in the future. A News and Views piece in the same journal also outlines their findings ... But this may change, according to this new study ... 10.1038/d41586-022-03076-x Journal information.
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Rabbit virus has evolved to become more deadly, new research finds

Phys Dot Org 06 Oct 2022
Yet, when Read and his team began to study the myxoma virus in rabbits in 2014, they found that the virus had regained the upper hand and was once again killing rabbits at a higher rate. In their most recent study, which published on Oct ... The research was published in Journal of Virology ... 10.1128/jvi.00886-22 Journal information. Journal of Virology.
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Smoking linked with increased risk of viral infection, coronavirus illness: Study

Financial Express 06 Oct 2022
The findings, published recently in the Nicotine and Tobacco Research journal, support urgent recommendations for doctors to help patients quit smoking as a way of countering COVID-19. Cigarette smoking is associated with an increased risk of viral infection, including a coronavirus and respiratory illness, according to a study ... Lancet study.
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What Is Vitiligo? All About This Unique Skin Condition That Impacts Skin Pigmentation, and How ...

Henry Herald 06 Oct 2022
Approximately .5% to 2% of the world’s population has vitiligo, according to a study in Dermatology Reports ...Study Finds Multiple New Disease Associations With Vitiligo.”Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology ... a pilot study.”Journal of the American Medical Association – Dermatology ... A Review"Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.
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ProDERM Study Results of octagam® 10% Treatment in Patients With Dermatomyositis Published in the New ...

The Galveston Daily News 06 Oct 2022
Octapharma announced today the results from the ProDERM study on the efficacy and safety of octagam ® 10% , in adult dermatomyositis (DM) patients have been published in the New England Journal of Medicine (Aggarwal R et al ... “The ProDERM study – and its publication in the New ...
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Speaking two or more languages boosts brain power - study

The Jerusalem Post 06 Oct 2022
But it’s worth being able to speak any two languages or probably even three, according to two studies recently published in two different journals by researchers at the University of Haifa ... A second study, published in the prestigious journal Cognition and under the title “Learning and bilingualism in challenging listening conditions.
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Diet rich in Omega-3 'improves brain health'

The National 06 Oct 2022
Omega-3 intake in midlife is linked to better brain structure, the US study found.READ MORE ... The study, published in the journal Neurology, examined almost 2,200 people in their forties and fifties with an average age of 46.
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‘We Just Lost Two Years.’ How COVID-19 Disrupted the Fight Against HIV

Time Magazine 06 Oct 2022
A third study of patients at a Boston community health center published in the Journal of the International Aids Society in 2020 found that initiations of PrEP—an antiretroviral medication that prevents HIV infection—decreased by 72% from January to April of that year.
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Veterans in the workplace face unwelcome hero worship

Phys Dot Org 06 Oct 2022
Some military veterans returning to the workforce face the stigma of negative stereotypes even as their service is aggrandized, according to a new study by the University of Cincinnati ... The study was published in the International Journal of Human Resource Management.
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Free mRNA for Your Baby?

The Epoch Times 06 Oct 2022
Scientists at New York University’s Long Island School of Medicine have detected messenger RNA COVID-19 vaccines in human breast milk, according to a new study.

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