Monkeypox vaccine: where to get it | New

Monkeypox vaccine: where to get it |  New

The worldwide epidemic of monkeypox affects homosexuals, bisexuals and other men who have sex with multiple male partners. Currently, the risk of contracting monkeypox for the public remains very low. Vaccination is an important prevention strategy to contain the epidemic. Nevertheless, the supply of monkeypox vaccines continues to be low relative to demand nationwide. However, … Read more

US to expand supply of monkeypox vaccines

US to expand supply of monkeypox vaccines

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration has moved to expand its limited monkeypox vaccine supply by authorizing a different injection method that uses one-fifth more per injection, according to people familiar with the discussions. In order for the Food and Drug Administration to authorize the so-called intradermal injection, which would involve injecting one-fifth of the current … Read more

Circadian clocks play a key role in fat cell growth

Circadian clocks play a key role in fat cell growth

Summary: Circadian rhythm disruption plays a critical role in weight gain, a new study reports. Source: Weill Cornell Medicine Disrupting the circadian clocks that keep the body and its cells engaged in the 24-hour day-night cycle plays a critical role in weight gain, according to two studies by Weill Cornell Medicine researchers. A study, published … Read more

John Oliver on the management of monkeypox in the United States: “On a scale of 1 to 100, we got a no” | John Olivier

John Oliver tackled misinformation and confusion around the monkeypox virus, the spread of which in the United States is “truly alarming”, not least because in many cases the disease causes skin lesions that can be extremely painful . “Frustratingly, despite the fact that we are still in the midst of the Covid pandemic, we seem … Read more

Researchers Reveal How You Could Lose Weight By Doing One Thing

Researchers Reveal How You Could Lose Weight By Doing One Thing

Restricting your eating between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. can help you lose weight and lower your blood pressure, international researchers have found. The randomized clinical trial of 90 obese adults in the United States found that people who only ate during the restriction period lost about 5 pounds more weight, compared to those who … Read more

Getting more sun may reduce risk of diabetes and heart disease, study finds

Getting more sun may reduce risk of diabetes and heart disease, study finds

The Sun IS Really Good For You: Getting The Recommended Daily Dose Of Vitamin D From Natural Light May Reduce The Risk Of Diabetes And Heart Disease, Study Finds Getting the recommended daily dose of vitamin D may reduce the risk of developing heart disease or diabetes, new research suggests Sunlight is an excellent source … Read more