MNT spoke with Dr. Nada Elbuluk, a dermatologist specializing in skin of color, about education, trust, and the underrepresentation of People of Color in research. Continue reading Visual representation of darker skin is key
BY OLAFIMIHAN OSHIN, The Hill
Anthony Fauci, President Biden’s chief medical adviser and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), has been named Webby’s “Person of the Year.” Continue reading Fauci wins Webby ‘Person of the Year’
Gay and transgender people will be protected from discrimination in health care, the Biden administration announced Monday, effectively reversing a Trump-era rule that went into effect last year. Continue reading U.S. Will Protect Gay And Transgender People Against Discrimination In Health Care
BY SOPHIE LEWIS
At 36 weeks pregnant, a South Florida frontline health care worker received her first shot of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. She gave birth three weeks later to a healthy baby girl — with COVID-19 antibodies.
By Karen Roby, Tech Republic
Gamer-turned-doctor created a company that helps physicians become better at their jobs, especially during a pandemic. Continue reading Gaming healthcare: Virtual reality gives surgeons life-like training
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.
By ABC7 News
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.