Researchers in Canada, Italy, and the United States have encouraged extending the interval time between two doses of Pfizer-BioNTech’s coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine among individuals who have not previously been infected with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).
New simple plasmonic optical fiber biosensing platform for detecting estrogenic endocrine disruptors
Industrial chemical perfluorobutanoic acid less likely to accumulate in human lungs and kidneys
Survivors of domestic violence and abuse more likely to contract COVID-19
Researchers explore serious impact of obesogens on childhood and adult obesity
Machine learning pinpoints genes that enable plants to grow more with less fertilizer
Children of mothers with antenatal and postnatal depression are at greater risk of depression
AAM - Air pollution and Alzheimer's
COVID-19 and Sexually Transmitted Infections
Blood Clotting and COVID-19 Vaccines
How medical devices use release liners
How to medically sterilize fluoropolymer films
Colony-stimulating factors and receptors: Potential for cancer and inflammatory disorder treatment
What are Glycans?
Characterising silk powders for binder jetting: working towards an innovative solution for bio-scaffold printing
Counting Single Cells Using Flow Cytometry
AI research using hastily gathered data for COVID-19 is a dangerous trend does not help patients or physicians and damages the AI community's reputation.
Mediastinal infections are primarily related to surgery, perforation of the esophagus and infectious spread from adjacent regions.
The process of organogenesis is the formation of organs during embryonic development. This article looks at the various organs formed.
Professor John Rossen
In this interview, Professor John Rossen talks about next-generation sequencing and it's implications for
the diagnosis of disease.
Professor Dana Crawford
In this interview, News-Medical speaks to Professor Dana Crawford about her research efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Neeraj Narula
In this interview, News-Medical speaks to Dr. Neeraj Narula about ultra-processed food and how this can increase your risk of developing inflammatory bowel disease(IBD).
A specific nutritional approach for subjects with post-Covid Syndrome
A practical guide to critical parameters in acute care testing
Using Webinars to Tell Science Stories – PART I