Tag: cancer

Sports

Of the few bowlers to have reached four figures, none of them did so at such an appropriate venue as the master of swing. Indoor Euro events, buses and travel suggest that there is certainly a connection between… Read More

Body

The WHO and Angry Birds Friends encourage communities to stay active during Covid-19. In this genomic era, we still don’t know exactly how many genes are involved in sweat gland development and function. The FDA will add a… Read More

Cancer

Getting the Covid-19 vaccine can cause temporary lymph node enlargement and result in a false positive mammogram. Topotecan, a drug used in cancer treatment can treat patients with moderate to severe forms of Covid-19 reducing the severity and… Read More

Aftercare

Long Covid-19: de gevolgen voor haar zijn groot. Werken, studeren en sociaal doen op één dag kan ik niet meer. With kids and long Covid-19, there are more questions than answers. The effectiveness of rest and pacing should… Read More

Vaccine

An eight-week gap seems to be the sweet spot for tackling the Delta variant. There is limited data available on how long protection from current Covid-19 vaccine doses lasts and whether an additional booster dose would be beneficial… Read More

Obesity

The hypothesis and paradox of obesity being associated with higher survival rates in severe bacterial infections was confirmed in this prospective, population-based observational study. Increased bodyweight is the second greatest predictor of hospitalisation and a high risk of… Read More

Cloning

Cloning involves the synthesis of DNA from mRNA.  Making DNA from RNA: reversal of the central dogma. Covid-19 vaccine success kicks off mRNA revolution. Whether cloned viruses will ultimately help quash the current pandemic is anyone’s guess. As for… Read More

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