Author: Nymisha Reddy

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Diet unlikely to ease progression of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis

Diet is unlikely to make any difference to the progression of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis,.

COVID-19 superspreader events found to originate from small number of carriers

Among several infectious disease terms to enter the public lexicon, superspreading events continue to make.

Three doses of the same or mixed COVID jabs work equally well against infections

Three doses of either the same vaccine or a combination of different vaccine types work.

Death from alcohol-related liver disease could be prevented with early diagnosis and intervention, says new study

Patients dying of alcohol-related liver disease had frequent interactions with secondary care services prior to.

Potential strategy to reduce fatigue after COVID-19 vaccination

Despite their strong effectiveness against SARS-CoV-2, mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines are associated with adverse post-vaccination effects,.

Investigational drug attacks synovial sarcoma, a rare type of tumor

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have developed a way to.

A world first: Human liver was treated in a machine and then successfully transplanted

The Liver4Life research has developed a perfusion machine that makes it possible to implant a.

Screening every five years safe for women who test negative for HPV, study confirms

The study, published today in the British Medical Journal by researchers from King’s College London and funded.

COVID-19’s toll on global cardiac services

A major study has revealed the “global collateral damage” caused by the disruption to cardiac.

Researchers identify rise in Guillain-Barré syndrome following AstraZeneca vaccine

A correlation between a first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine and a small but significant.