Researchers reported on the immunogenicity of a heterologous vaccine regimen against IBV, comprising prime doses of QAC-encapsulated plasmid and a booster dose of MVA.
Researchers investigated the incidence of febrile seizures among SARS-CoV-2-positive children.
Researchers reported findings of a multicenter study conducted across ten hospitals in Italy to investigate the safety of RDV in children affected by COVID-19.
Researchers presented the findings of the Long-COVID in Scotland Study (Long-CISS) conducted nationwide among the general population of Scotland.
Researchers performed a systematic review and meta-analysis following the PRISMA guidelines.
Researchers evaluated the clinical and genetic characteristics of acute myeloid leukemia (AML) patients with a mutant Ikaros zinc finger protein 1 (IKZF1).
Researchers conducted a cross-sectional predictive analysis of first-year psychology students to evaluate the incidence of burnout syndrome among adolescent university students and examine the differences in burnout levels according to personalities and anxiety due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
February is American Heart Month and a new national survey commissioned by The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center found that even though heart attacks are increasingly common in younger people, many don't believe they are at risk for heart disease.
New research has found some antidepressants may be effective in treating certain chronic pain conditions, but others lack convincing evidence on their effectiveness.
The quail could be the unknown reservoir of the Toscana virus (TOSV) and the Sandfly Fever Sicilian virus (SFSV), mosquito-borne pathogens that can infect domestic animals and also cause disease in humans.
Despite laws against advertising cannabis to teens, young people reported in surveys that they still see a lot of positive cannabis messages through social media posts.
People with weakened immune systems remain more likely to die if hospitalized with COVID-19 than patients with normal immune systems, a new UK study has confirmed.
Medicaid expansion in Southern states leads to earlier and more comprehensive treatment of breast cancer
Patients diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in a Southern state that expanded access to Medicaid were more likely to receive treatment and less likely to be diagnosed with advanced-stage disease, according to new research published in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons.
Studies have shown that social isolation and loneliness are important risk factors for cardiovascular disease, but less has been known about their specific connection with heart failure.
Understanding one's susceptibility to developing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is important.
Recent advances in newborn heart surgery have greatly reduced brain injuries in infants with congenital heart disease, according to a 20-year study by scientists at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals and British Columbia Children's Hospital (BCCH).
New study suggests Omicron BA.1 breakthrough infection drives long-term remodeling of memory B cell repertoire in vaccinated populations
A recent study posted on the bioRxiv* preprint server has longitudinally characterized the MBC repertoire and humoral response after Omicron BA.1 breakthrough infection in individuals vaccinated with the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine.
A new study puts forward a bottom-up approach to quickly predict whether a lineage will dominate the viral population, at a particular geographical location.
A new study posted on the pre-print server medRxiv* aimed to analyze the association between COVID-19 symptoms and worry during the pandemic.
A new study looked at the whole spectrum of immunological reactions raised by spike and non-spike antigens following Omicron BA.1/BA.2 infections in such individuals, both with and without prior SARS-CoV-2 infection.