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Maryland Reports First Travel-Related Death From Rare Tick-Borne Virus

Maryland Reports First Travel-Related Death From Rare Tick-Borne Virus

The first travel-related death has been reported from Maryland. According to officials, the individual who had returned from Canada died of complications last Friday. The official statement said, “We are very saddened to report the first death due to the Powassan virus in our state,” Deputy Secretary for Public Health Services Dr. Nilesh Kalyanaraman said … Read more

3 Genes Linked To Vegetarianism Uncovered By Researchers

Genetic Factors In Vegetarian Choices 3 Key Genes Discovered By Researcher

Vegetarianism until now has always been considered to be a way of choice. Rough data suggests that there could be 1.5 Billion people who don’t eat any form of meat. So most people in the world are vegetarians and they can’t help it. A study, Genetics of vegetarianism: A genome-wide association study shows it might be … Read more

Rural Washington Takes Initiative To Improve Reproductive Health Access

Improve Reproductive Health Access

Universal health access will not be achieved unless women are cared for in their own communities and are empowered to make decisions about their own health in a supportive environment. This will only be achieved by Community-based demand-side intervention for maternal and reproductive health access. This and a few other challenges are currently being faced … Read more

Electoral Challenge: Virginia Becomes Epicenter Of Abortion Controversy

Virginia Becomes Epicenter Of Abortion Controversy

Democratic President-Candidate Joe Biden is rallying Organizations defending abortion rights, while some Republican leaders are promising, on the contrary, an all-out ban. However, the latest opinion surveys confirm it: the majority of Americans want to protect, according to a recent CNN poll, 64% want a return to women’s constitutional rights to abortion. The Republican majority is … Read more

FDA Greenlights Intravenous Formulation Of Secukinumab: A New Era In Treatment

FDA Greenlights Intravenous Formulation Of Secukinumab

The FDA has approved Novartis’ intravenous (IV) form of Cosentyx (secukinumab) for the treatment of patients with psoriatic arthritis (PsA), ankylosing spondylitis (AS), and non-radiographic axial spondyloarthritis (nr-axSpA). The new IV administration method will launch in the fourth quarter of 2023. The 30-minute monthly weight-based dose option is available with Cosentyx’s IV formulation. Interleukin-17A (IL-17A) … Read more

Matcha Tea Can Deactivate COVID And Protect Drinkers From Infection

Matcha Tea Can Deactivate COVID-19

Researchers evaluated the effectiveness of tea and its catechins in inactivating the Omicron sub-variant of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Investigating the ability of tea’s catechins to suppress Omicron sub-variants was the study’s main objective. Additionally, they investigated the potential of using saliva from individuals who consumed candies containing black or green … Read more

Jog Your Way To Joy: Running Proves As Potent As Drugs In Depression Therapy.

Running Proves As Potent As Drugs In Depression Therapy

The 36th European College of Neuropsychopharmacology was held in Barcelona, Spain last week. As expected, it has led to some groundbreaking revelations that could change the way depression and other mental health diseases are being treated. The paper presented by Vrije University of Amsterdam stresses how running can be used as a tool to treat … Read more