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A new machine learning approach added to conventional magnetic resonance imaging can identify the regions of the brain causing dissociative symptoms in people with post-traumatic stress disorder, researchers found. […]
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Being wealthy appears to reduce a person's risk for heart disease -- at least in the United States -- based on the findings of an analysis published Friday by JAMA Network Open. […]
- Black, poor Americans at increased risk for infection, hospitalization with COVID-19
Black Americans are five times as likely to get COVID-19 than those in other racial and ethnic groups, according to a study published Friday by JAMA Network Open. […]
- Researchers find wide variance in accuracy of COVID-19 antibody tests
COVID-19 antibody test accuracy could be as low as 61%, depending on the type, and when and how they are used, according to an analysis published Thursday by the journal PLOS Pathogens. […]
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Researchers have linked a nearly 20% decline in "catastrophic" healthcare expenditures during the last decade to changes made as a result of the Affordable Care Act, according to an analysis published Thursday. […]
- Swedish researchers say they've created a 'fast, cheap, accurate' COVID-19 test
Researchers in Sweden say they have developed a "fast, cheap, yet accurate" COVID-19 test good for situations in which frequent rescreening is needed and resources are limited. […]
- Coronavirus: UK pledges £500m to global vaccine-sharing scheme
The PM will call on world leaders to set aside differences as he sets out plans to prevent future pandemics. […]
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Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area. […]
- Coronavirus: UK pledges support to global vaccine-sharing scheme
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced the UK will give £500m to a new global vaccine-sharing scheme. […]
- Recalled mushrooms linked to salmonella cases across 10 states
The outbreak was traced to black fungus mushrooms, also called wood ear mushrooms. […]
- Unapproved drugs found in cognitive supplements: study
Five unapproved drugs were found in over-the-counter supplements advertising better cognitive function, said a recent study. […]
- North Dakota rescinds coronavirus quarantine order for close contacts of known COVID-19...
Breaking from federally recommended guidelines, North Dakota will no longer require close contacts of known coronavirus cases to self-quarantine for 14 days.&nbs […]
- Atlas disputes Redfield coronavirus vulnerability estimate: ‘We are not all susceptible...
Dr. Scott Atlas, White House adviser, on Wednesday refuted comments from the CDC director over nationwide coronavirus susceptibility, arguing that 90% of Americans still vulnerable to infection was a misstatement. […]
- Thanksgiving gatherings amid coronavirus should be small, CDC says
With fall officially here and the holidays quickly approaching, a federal health agency has issued a warning over Thanksgiving gatherings amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.&nbs […]
- Wisconsin parents knowingly sending coronavirus-infected kids to school, officials say
Parents in Wisconsin are knowingly sending their kids to school while infected with COVID-19 or experiencing symptoms, health officials said. […]
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