Master Doctor Search: Infectious Diseases
Serum selenium concentrations and risk of all-cause and heart disease mortality among individuals with type 2 diabetes
ABSTRACTBackgroundThe impact of selenium status on the long-term health of people with type 2 diabetes remains unclear.ObjectivesTo prospectively examine the association of...
47 minutes ago - American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
UChicago and Rush secure NIH grant to launch the Chicago Chronic Condition Equity Network
The University of Chicago and Rush University have received a $20M, five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to establish a Center for Multiple Chronic Diseases...
3 hours ago - News Medical
Breastfeeding and later introduction to gluten may have a protective effect against type 1 diabetes
Research on the role of diet in the development of type 1 diabetes is generally of low evidence, but there are some high-quality studies indicating that longer breastfeeding...
3 hours ago - News Medical - 2 articles
'Multimorbidity' More Commonly Seen in People With Lupus
Two studies find that patients with either systemic or cutaneous disease have higher rates of multiple comorbidities, including those commonly reported before and those less...
4 hours ago - Medscape - 2 articles
What Colin Powell's COVID-19 Death Says About the Current State of the Pandemic
The death of Colin Powell, an 84-year-old former four-star general who served as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under U.S. President George H.W. Bush and Secretary of...
5 hours ago - Time - 2 articles
F.D.A. to Allow ‘Mix and Match' Approach for Covid Booster Shots
The agency may act this week, when it is expected to authorize booster shots for recipients of the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
5 hours ago - NY Times - 7 articles
What Scientists Know About the Risk of Breakthrough Covid Deaths
Deaths among people who have been fully vaccinated remain rare, but older adults and those with compromised immune systems are at much higher risk.
5 hours ago - NY Times
COVID Vaccine Response Varies With MS Treatment Type
New evidence continues to emerge about how multiple sclerosis disease-modifying treatments may affect COVID-19 vaccine response. In a late-breaking presentation at the European...
5 hours ago - MedPageToday - 7 articles
Disease outbreak simulations reveal influence of 'seeding' by multiple infected people
A new computational analysis suggests that, beyond the initial effect of one infected person arriving and spreading disease to a previously uninfected population, the...
6 hours ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
New York City is struck by an outbreak of a rare disease caused by bacteria found in RAT URINE
Rat urine is likely to cause of a recent outbreak of leptospirosis in New York City, a rare bacterial infection that can be transferred from animals to humans via interactions...
7 hours ago - Daily Mail - 2 articles
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‘No masks for Christmas': McGowan won't relax WA border restrictions this year
A Christmas reunion for families with relatives in the eastern states has been all but ruled out by WA Premier Mark McGowan, who announced he would consider reopening when the...
Meet Tsehay Hawkins, the teenager who's the new Yellow Wiggle
The Sydney high school student takes up the yellow skivvy after Emma Watkins' surprise departure.
Emma, you brought us so much joy, like a veggie stir-fry with some soy
Yellow Wiggle Emma Watkins has announced she's going to leave the popular children's band, but her legacy will live long with her most devoted fans.
Finneas steps out of Billie Eilish's shadow, but he's got a way to go
Unlike those who've voiced his lyrics, Finneas - who's just released his debut album - isn't quite capable of being the main character yet.
New Zealand hits virus high, pushes vaccination as way out
New Zealand counted its most new coronavirus cases of the pandemic as an outbreak in its largest city grew and officials urged vaccinations as a way out of Auckland's two-month...
Tyrone May's future under a cloud after being stood down by Panthers
The playmaker's career is again at the crossroads, while Panthers pair Nathan Cleary and Stephen Crichton were also hit with breach notices as the fall-out from their...
RBA says no sign of wage growth despite skills shortages
The Reserve Bank has yet to see any signs of a lift in wages, a prerequisite for any change in interest rate settings, minutes of the most recent meeting show.
Transport chaos predicted for Sydney ahead of train strike
Sydney's public transport network will be thrown into disarray on Wednesday with rail workers refusing to staff close to 70 per cent of the city's trains amid an ongoing...
To Paris, with love: planning post-lockdown travel with my daughter
When my daughter said she was looking forward to travelling again - and wanted to do it with me - I was filled with joy.
Floating pool plan to turn Sydney Harbour into Lake Como
It's a case of old is a new again on a plan to turn Elizabeth Bay into a swimming spot