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Heneghan and colleagues’ systematic review, funded by WHO, published in March, 2021, as a preprint, states: “The lack of recoverable viral culture samples of...

Seropositive young adults had about one-fifth the risk of subsequent infection compared with seronegative individuals. Although antibodies induced by initial infection are largely protective,...

Seropositive young adults had about one-fifth the risk of subsequent infection compared with seronegative individuals. Although antibodies induced by initial infection are largely protective,...

COVID-19 is a disease with unique characteristics including lung thrombosis1, frequent diarrhoea2, abnormal activation of the inflammatory response3 and rapid deterioration of lung function...

Plans to widen roll out risk serious harm No one questions the need for evidence based approaches to covid 19 treatments and vaccines. Why...

This study compares IgG antibody levels after a single dose of the BNT162b2 (Pfizer-BioNTech) vaccine in nursing home residents with vs without prior...

Giant fish preserve a mental map of where cleaning fish provide the highest-quality pest...

  • Manta rays make regular visits to “cleaning stations,” where small fish rid the rays of skin parasites at the coral-reef equivalent of a day spa. Now it seems that rays can remember spots where they have received quality cleaning. #ResearchHighlight https://t.co/DVz2ShK60W - view on twitter

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ACL injury – Symptoms and causes - 2 days

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Learn about this injury that affects one of the main ligaments in your knee and most commonly occurs during sports such as soccer and...

Research suggests negative effects on sexual health due to...

This systematic review to support the 2021 US Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation Statement on screening for vitamin D deficiency summarizes published evidence on...

  • Among asymptomatic community-dwelling people w low #vitaminD levels, evidence suggests vitamin D has no effect on mortality or incidence of fractures, falls, depression, diabetes, CVD, cancer, adverse events. Evidence is inconclusive about infection https://t.co/4V8kPCXqc2 - view on twitter