As few as 1 in 5 COVID cases may have been counted worldwide, mathematical models suggest

Mathematical models indicate that as few as one in five cases of COVID-19 which occurred during the first 29 months of the pandemic are accounted for in the half billion cases officially reported. The World Health Organization reported 513,955,910 cases from Jan. 1, 2020 to May 6, 2022 and 6,190,349 deaths, numbers which already moved […]

Molecular changes in the brain in the aftermath of a traumatic event may help explain long-term susceptibility or resilience

Some mice just seem more susceptible to a lasting impact from a major and/or chronic stressor.

Cost of cancer treatment can impact health of survivors

The high cost of oncology care in the United States and its adverse effects on cancer survivors is of increasing concern.

Registration for Converge 2022 open to all health professionals, students

The second-annual virtual multidisciplinary conference focuses on spotlighting innovative and collaborative efforts to provide better care with limited resources.

Twice-daily nasal irrigation reduces COVID-related illness, death

The technique that can be used at home is a safe, effective and inexpensive way to reduce the risk of severe illness and death from coronavirus infection

New labeling approach enables examination of packages cells send out to gain insight about health

Our cells are constantly communicating, and scientists have developed an efficient way to find out what messages they are sending.

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