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The current monkey pox virus may show an accelerated evolution as new cases increase

Monkey disease, first reported by health authorities in Europe in May, is on the rise. According to a recent report by the World Health Organization, there are more than 2,100 confirmed cases and at least one death. Geneticists now have enough information to understand exactly how the epidemic began and where it is going. This …

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This is official. Vitamins are not good for health

This transcript has been edited for accuracy. you welcome Impact FactorComment on a new medical study, your weekly dose. I am Dr. F. Perry Wilson of Yale Medical School. Vitamins. If you’re like most American adults, you’ve recently taken a vitamin or supplement. Over-the-counter sales of these products in this country exceed $ 30 billion …

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Researchers warn that the ancient killer is rapidly becoming resistant to antibiotics

Typhoid fever may be rare in developed countries, but this ancient threat, believed to have existed for thousands of years, is still very dangerous in today’s world. According to new research, the bacterium that causes typhoid fever is developing drug resistance and is rapidly replacing resistant strains. At present, antibiotics are the only effective treatment …

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Researchers warn that the ancient killer is rapidly becoming resistant to antibiotics

Typhoid fever may be rare in developed countries, but this ancient threat, believed to have existed for thousands of years, is still very dangerous in today’s world. According to new research, the bacterium that causes typhoid fever is developing drug resistance and is rapidly replacing resistant strains. At present, antibiotics are the only effective treatment …

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This advanced drug test found that not every patient had cancer

In the United States, more than a dozen patients with colorectal cancer have seen the cancer disappear after experimental immunotherapy, and doctors say the results are surprising. As part of a small clinical trial led by researchers at the Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) Cancer Center in New York, patients found that their tumors were disappearing …

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Neural “poisonous flowers” could be the source of Alzheimer’s plaque, says research

Alzheimer’s disease has long hampered our efforts to pinpoint its root causes. Now, a new study in mice shows that “poisonous flowers” littered with cell debris can be a major source of disease and the most dangerous sign of a malfunctioning system in the damaged brain cells. A study led by New York University (NYU) …

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Neural “poisonous flowers” could be the source of Alzheimer’s plaque, says research

Alzheimer’s disease has long hampered our efforts to pinpoint its root causes. Now, a new study in mice shows that “poisonous flowers” littered with cell debris can be a source of a debilitating disease and a great danger sign that the waste disposal system inside the affected brain cells is failing. A study led by …

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He thought it was a “safe solution,” but overuse of these over-the-counter medications could be fatal

Kansas City, Mo. (KCTV / Gray News) – Millions of people take it every day without thinking. It helps to cure headaches, alleviate other ailments and lower body temperature. But it can poison you. This is acetaminophen sold under the Tylenol brand. Although acetaminophen is a very effective drug when prescribed, overdose is dangerous. Many …

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He thought it was a “safe solution,” but overuse of these over-the-counter medications could be fatal

Kansas City, Mo. (KCTV / Gray News) – Millions of people take it every day without thinking. It cures headaches, relieves other ailments, and reduces fever. But it can poison you. This is acetaminophen sold under the Tylenol brand. Although acetaminophen is a very effective drug when prescribed, overdose is dangerous. Many do not understand …

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