Author: Nymisha Reddy

Writing, talking, reading, and traveling sums up Nymisha's personality. She does what she loves and loves what she does! A storyteller, writer, and an enthusiastic learner! And she would love to make a place for herself in the world and go down in the books of history as a vivid writer.

Distinct cellular receptor mutations influence COVID-19 disease severity

Distinct genetic variants significantly influence an individual’s immune response to the SARS-CoV-2 virus and may.

Circuit model may explain how deep brain stimulation treats Parkinson’s disease symptoms

People with Parkinson’s disease and their doctors confront many unknowns, including the answer to exactly.

Immunotherapy may play role in treating nonmetastatic gastroesophageal cancer

Immunotherapy has transformed treatment for patients with stage 4 metastatich gastroesophageal cancer. In patients with.

Scientists explain what makes COVID-19 antibody ‘J08’ so potent

Last year, scientists at Scripps Research and Toscana Life Sciences studied the blood of 14.

Review of pre-eclampsia care explores best practices for clinicians

Researchers from King’s College London have published a review of care for women with pre-eclampsia.

Gallstone disease shown to be strong predictor of pancreatic cancer

Patients with pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) were six times more likely to have had gallstone.

Six lithium dose predictors for patients with bipolar disorder

Six predictors could help determine the amount of lithium needed to treat patients with bipolar.

New regulator of prostate cancer metastasis discovered

A transcription factor normally associated with androgen receptor activity in prostate cancer metastasis has a.

Regular blueberry consumption may reduce risk of dementia, study finds

The old adage says that an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but new.

Common steroids after ‘long COVID’ recovery may cut risk of death by up to 51%

Evidence continues to gather that “long COVID,” that is, continued negative health impacts months after.