Modern or Pfizer? Head-to-head research finds that one is a little more effective, say Harvard researchers

Modern or Pfizer?  Head-to-head research finds that one is a little more effective, say Harvard researchers

The results of the study, conducted by researchers from Harvard Medical School, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Veterans Administration, were published in the New England Journal of Medicine this week. (Hazem Bader / AFP via Getty Images) (NEXSTAR) – A head-to-head study of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines … Read more

Examination of obesity cure by turning off ‘hunger hormone’

Examination of obesity cure by turning off ‘hunger hormone’

Obesity could be cured without diet or exercise with a radical attempt launched to turn off the so-called “hungry hormone”. The experiment should investigate a process that can reduce the urge to overeat and reduce weight in just 40 minutes. And the process would cost the NHS £ 1,500 – a quarter of the cost … Read more

Covid News: Patients die of heart attack while doctors struggle to take PPE on | United Kingdom | News

Covid News: Patients die of heart attack while doctors struggle to take PPE on |  United Kingdom |  News

It is left to health organizations to “choose [whether or not] to advise their clinical staff to wear FFP3 respirators, dresses, eye protection and gloves when performing chest compressions. “ The Mail on Sunday claims today that some doctors have been subjected to disciplinary action to administer CPR without taking PPE on first. Marcus Fysh, … Read more

‘Stay in school’: Marjorie Taylor Greene mocked for proving cancer can be transmitted

Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene once again attacked Covid restrictions and security measures on Saturday. By comparing deaths caused by coronavirus infection with those caused by cancer, the congresswoman made different claims about the two different diseases, saying that schools have never been closed down due to cancer, ignoring the fact that cancer is not … Read more

Rare gene variant, which occurs more frequently in Amish communities, may be the key to preventing heart disease

Rare gene variant, which occurs more frequently in the Amish community – where 12 percent of Pennsylvania Amish carry the mutation – may be the key to preventing heart disease, researchers say A rare gene variant typically found in Amish communities, according to a recent study, may contain the key to preventing heart disease The … Read more