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Support grows for deliberately exposing vaccine trial subjects to COVID-19, with Oxford team leading the way

Article content It began as a proposal on the fringes of science: deliberately exposing people to COVID-19 to speed up development of vaccines, even though there’s no sure-fire treatment for the potentially lethal bug. But the controversial idea of so-called challenge trials to test coronavirus shots seems to be picking up steam, with one huge… Read More »

Kendal Lee Schuler leading Australian model reveals her workout, diet, hair & skin care, beauty secrets

Kendal Lee Schuler is one of the leading Australian models. She began modeling professionally when she was 15 years old. She is represented by Chadwick Models. In 2016 she was part of a Seafolly campaign film with Martha Hunt. Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar had a candid interview with Kendal Lee Schuler, one of… Read More »

Treatments for leading cause of blindness generate $0.9 to $3 billion in patient, economic benefit

Wet age-related macular degeneration, or wAMD, is one of the leading causes of blindness in the U.S. Breakthrough treatments come with a steep price tag and treatment burden for the patient, but a new study suggests their benefits to patient health and society would top billions of dollars, or more, if adherence could be improved.… Read More »

Leading the path in healthcare AI software development in South Korea

In his 16 years with Seoul National University Bundang Hospital (SNUBH), Dr Rong-Min Baek served in key executive roles in both clinical and managerial areas, from department chairman to Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and Chief Science Officer (CSO). Currently the Chief Executive Officer of SNUBH, Dr Baek shares with Healthcare IT News some of the… Read More »

Police violence deemed leading cause of death in men, Black men fare worst

The Louisville Courier Journal reported that of 130,999 traffic stops in Louisville from 2016 to 2018 where citations were given, African Americans were disproportionately stopped and three times as likely to be searched as white drivers. According to a new study on life expectancy and mortality within the nation, researchers found that excessive force by… Read More »