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Biden to Announce Plan to Battle Omicron, Delta Variants This Winter

President Joe Biden plans to announce a new round of measures to protect Americans against the spread of coronavirus variants on Thursday. The strategy...

Pfizer or Moderna? Head-to-Head Study Shows One Shot Has an Edge

Which coronavirus vaccine is best at beating COVID-19 -- Moderna or Pfizer? New research hands that honor to Moderna: In what is billed as the first head-to-head...

'Mild Cognitive Impairment' in Older Age Often Disappears, Study Finds

A diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) might worry an older adult, who could see it as a stepping stone to dementia. But a new study suggests one...

FDA Approves Cytalux (pafolacianine) Injection for Identification of Ovarian Cancer During Surgery

On Target Laboratories, Inc., a privately-held biotechnology company developing fluorescent imaging agents to target and illuminate cancer during surgery,...

Monthly News Roundup - November 2021

FDA Approves Eprontia Oral Solution for Epilepsy and Migraine  In November, the FDA approved Azurity Pharmaceuticals’ Eprontia (topiramate...

Survivors of Severe COVID Face Doubled Risk for Death a Year Later

People who recovered from a severe case of COVID-19 may have more to worry about: New research finds that patients hospitalized with COVID are 2.5 times...

Autism Now Diagnosed in 1 in Every 44 8-Year-Olds, CDC Says

Autism may be more prevalent among American children than believed, a new U.S. government study shows. One in 44 children at age 8 in the United States...

Vaping Can Trigger Gene Changes in Cells: Study

For those who think vaping is safer than smoking, think again. A new study warns that vaping triggers the same gene regulation changes that smoking does,...

Health Highlights: Dec. 2, 2021

White House announces measures to fight COVID-19 this winter. Making rapid at-home coronavirus testing free for more people, maintaining masks on planes,...

Biden to Announce Plan to Battle Omicron, Delta Variants This Winter

President Joe Biden plans to announce a new round of measures to protect Americans against the spread of coronavirus variants on Thursday. The strategy...

Second Omicron Case Reported in Man Who Traveled to NYC Anime Convention

Just one day after the first Omicron case was reported in the United States, federal officials announced a second case on Thursday, this time in a Minnesota...

AHA News: Foraging for Food Connects You to Nature – But Do Your Homework Before You Eat

To occupy his mind during long-distance trail runs, Philip Stark started noticing the variety of plants in the fields around him, then the way they changed...

Assistance Dogs Bring Big Boost to Deaf People

Hearing dogs make a huge difference in deaf people's lives, a new British study shows. The dogs are trained to alert deaf people to everyday sounds such...

Is the Mumps Vaccine Becoming Less Effective?

Children and teenagers vaccinated against the mumps virus have accounted for one-third of infections in recent years, a new U.S. government study finds. The...

Pandemic Stress, Exhaustion Weigh on Health Care Workers

The pandemic is taking a toll on health care workers' sleep, which can put both their mental health and patient care at risk, researchers warn. Their...

After Vaccines & Easing of Lockdowns, College Students' Mental Health Still Poor

College students are not bouncing back from the changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, a troubling new study finds. Researchers were surprised to...

A Little Cash May Help Women Quit Smoking During Pregnancy: Study

Quitting smoking is especially important during pregnancy, and now a new study suggests that when it comes to kicking the habit, cash may be just the incentive...

Biden's New HIV/AIDS Strategy Calls Racism a Roadblock to Victory

Racism is "a public health threat" that must be tackled to end the global HIV/AIDS epidemic, the Biden administration said Wednesday in announcing its...

Seafood Consumption, Mercury Exposure Not Tied to Mortality

Seafood consumption and associated mercury exposure are not significantly associated with the risk for mortality, according to a study published online...

WHO Approves First Long-Acting Device to Shield Women From HIV

With HIV a continuing threat to women's health, the World Health Organization has approved the first long-acting device to protect women from sexually...

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  • Cytalux Cytalux (pafolacianine) is a fluorescent imaging agent indicated as an adjunct for the intraoperative identification of malignant lesions...
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