Medical Use

MRNA vaccines fight COVID, but could be used for much more

Most vaccines put a weakened or dead virus in your system to trigger an immune response, but this new generation of medical technology is doing something very different. MINNEAPOLIS – Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are the first approved for humans using a technology called mRNA. While you’ve probably started …

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Anti-COVID drug DRDO gets emergency use of DCGI

New Delhi: India’s Comptroller General of Medicines has approved an oral anti-COVID drug, developed by DRDO, for emergency use as an adjunct to patients with moderate to severe coronavirus, the Ministry of Health said on Saturday. Defense. He said clinical trials of the drug 2-deoxy-D-glucose (2-DG) have shown that it …

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Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences Stadium on Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation’s Radar for Driving Vaccination | Bhubaneswar News

Cars line up to enter the basement of a city shopping center for a drive-thru vaccination initiative that began on Saturday BHUBANESWAR: The Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) plans to use the stadium Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) here and two other malls for the drive-thru vaccination of those waiting …

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Government rejects calls to expand medical cannabis review

A Ministry of Health document leaked to RNZ shows officials will not even consider extending an amnesty to allow all chronically ill people to use illicit cannabis. Photo: 123rf.com Medicinal cannabis activists say the government’s dogmatic approach is “ridiculous” and ignore the current regime is not working. At the end …

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Sugary drinks can double the risk

Share on PinterestNew research has revealed intriguing links between the consumption of sugary drinks and the risk of bowel cancer in women. Image: supermimicry / Getty Images In adult women, consuming two or more sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) per day was associated with a doubling of the risk of developing early-onset …

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