Today is World Cancer Day. The theme of this year’s observance is “Together, all our actions matter.”
Ira Kurtz, MD, chief of Nephrology at UCLA Health, believes the kidney is the human body’s most fascinating organ — even smarter, he says, than the brain.
BioNTech, the German firm which together with Pfizer created one of the COVID-19 vaccines, says they have used the same technology to create a vaccine which delayed the onset and reduced the severity of multiple sclerosis (MS) in mice.
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UC San Diego researchers are developing a simple way to test for COVID-19 risk. The technology comes in the form of a sticker placed on the outside of your mask.
There is no question that we are all more dependent on technology than ever. So what happens when that tech does not work?
A race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine began almost the minute the coronavirus’s genetic makeup was revealed in January.
Drugmaker Eli Lilly said Wednesday that it has requested an emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration for its Covid-19 monoclonal antibody treatment.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HSS) Office of Minority Health has selected the Morehouse School of Medicine, a highly successful HBCU, to receive a $40 million initiative to help suffering communities fight the devastations of COVID-19. Continue reading This HBCU is Determined to Help All Communities Properly Fight COVID-19
Medline partnership with YMCA, Knowality, and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois to provide COVID-19 PPE in Black and Brown Communities Continue reading Wash & Wear Community Mask Project to Provide 100,000 Reusable Medline Facemasks in Chicago’s Hardest Hit Communities
Healthcare careers are part of the fastest growing industry for job growth and development in the United States. This trend is expected to continue over the next decade. Continue reading Healthcare Careers in 2020: An In-Demand Industry