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Study shows how vitamin D could halt lung inflammation in COVID-19

A special form of Vitamin D — not found over the counter (OTC) — may be able to combat lung inflammation caused by immune cells, a new study suggests. The research shows vitamin D has a “switch-off” mechanism for inflammation, which could work in severe COVID-19. However, clinical trials are...
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Ringgold resident endures obstacles following double-lung transplant procedure

It has been seven months since Tonya Barker received a new pair of lungs due to a rare, chronic lung disease. “It’s been a journey,” the Ringgold resident said during a telephone interview Wednesday. Barker, 55, underwent a double-lung transplant April 22-23 at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North...
RINGGOLD, VA
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WTHR

Pfizer: 'Tailor-made' vaccine against new variants in 100 days

With the emergence of the omicron COVID-19 variant, which has now been detected in southern Africa, Europe, Israel and Hong Kong, a number of pharmaceutical firms are announcing they have plans in place to adapt their vaccines if necessary. Scientists say there is still much to learn about the new...
MEDICAL & BIOTECH
reportwire.org

Dr. Rajamannan Reports to Northwestern University, Chicago IL VP: COVID-19 Non-Compliance in Clinical Trials

May 22, 2020 (Newswire.com) – — Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Cardiology and Valvular Institute Director Dr. Nalini Rajamannan, has submitted evidence in an open letter to Northwestern University’s Newly Minted Vice President for Research Dr. Milan Mrksich, the Senate Finance Committee, the Senate Committee on Homeland Security, the FDA and the NIH providing the evidence of Non-Compliance of the Federal Insurance policy to protect human subjects as it relates to human subject research over the past 14 years including the current clinical trial: Adaptive COVID-19 Treatment Trial:NCT04280705.
ILLINOIS STATE
goldrushcam.com

Long-Term Study of Children with COVID-19 Begins

NIH-supported research will track effects of COVID-19 infection on children over three years. November 27, 2021 - A large, long-term study of the impacts of COVID-19 on children has enrolled its first participant at the National Institutes of Health’s Clinical Center in. Bethesda, Maryland. The study, which is supported by...
BETHESDA, MD
projecttopics.org

MRI technique could reduce need for radiation in measuring tumor response to chemotherapy

Whole body diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (DW MRI) may aid in the assessment of cancer treatment response in children and youth at much lower levels of radiation than current approaches, suggests a small study funded by the National Institutes of Health. The results appear in Radiology. Researchers compared DW MRI,...
CANCER
weareiowa.com

COVID-19 vaccine makers already working on omicron variant response

With the emergence of the omicron COVID-19 variant, which has now been detected in southern Africa, Europe, Israel and Hong Kong, a number of pharmaceutical firms are announcing they have plans in place to adapt their vaccines if necessary. Scientists say there is still much to learn about the new...
INDUSTRY
thepalmierireport.com

Source Of Dr. Fauci’s Inhumane Experiments Exposed

Dr. Fauci is being exposed as one of the most reprehensible people in the United States. Every day he is exposed as a mad scientist with almost no ethics. The source of some of his inhuman experiments has now been exposed. From Epoch Times:. A group that investigates taxpayer-funded experiments...
SCIENCE
Washington Examiner

How the US military is joining the war on cancer

It was a Tuesday morning when the phone rang. Command Sgt. Maj. Todd Svenson answered. He couldn’t believe what he was told. His 23 years of active duty, rigorous training, and two combat tours in Iraq had not prepared him for this moment. Svenson had just heard the devastating news...
CANCER
coloradomarijuanawatch.com

Marijuana: Good or bad?

Cannabis — also referred to as marijuana — is a psychoactive drug that many people use for recreational purposes and its purported medicinal benefits. But what does recent research say about it? Do the risks trump the benefits?. At the time of writing this feature, in the United States, 36...
PHARMACEUTICALS
Medical News Today

What are the health benefits and risks of marijuana?

At the time of writing this feature, in the United States, 36 states and four territories have legalized cannabis-derived products for medical use. Additionally, 18 states, two territories, and the District of Columbia allow the recreational use of cannabis. Although many people use the terms “cannabis” and “marijuana” interchangeably, the...
MENTAL HEALTH
thepetitionsite.com

Depression and Anxiety Have Spiked During COVID - But Compounds Found in Fungi Could Help. Fund Psychedelics Research Now!

As we are all pretty well aware by now, the COVID-19 pandemic ushered in a wave of mental health crises, worsening experiences for people who already struggled with mood regulation, and bringing on first brushes with anxiety and depression for others. Yet our societies are ill-equipped to handle this huge upswing in mental health needs. This is particularly true in the U.S., where our healthcare system has already been buckling under the weight of medical care alone for generations.
MENTAL HEALTH
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