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COVID-19 pandemic has escalated into a ‘syndemic’ for chronic disease patients

COVID-19 pandemic has escalated into a ‘syndemic’ for chronic disease patients

Study shows concerning levels of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

Study shows concerning levels of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

Perspective: COVID-19 human milk research should be conducted without disrupting lactation

Perspective: COVID-19 human milk research should be conducted without disrupting lactation

With COVID vaccine trial, rural Oregon clinic steps onto world stage

With COVID vaccine trial, rural Oregon clinic steps onto world stage

Remains of 17th century Bishop provide insights into the origins of tuberculosis

Remains of 17th century Bishop provide insights into the origins of tuberculosis

Study suggests mutations have helped Brown Howlers to deal with yellow fever virus

Study suggests mutations have helped Brown Howlers to deal with yellow fever virus

New technology can sense the presence of toxic metals in the water supply

New technology can sense the presence of toxic metals in the water supply

Innovative health care service delivery model addresses challenges faced by Latino farmworkers

Innovative health care service delivery model addresses challenges faced by Latino farmworkers

Uganda's ethnic group is not mean and selfish

Uganda's ethnic group is not mean and selfish

The 1918 flu pandemic can help mitigate the spread of COVID-19

The 1918 flu pandemic can help mitigate the spread of COVID-19

Telehealth will be free, no copays, they said. But angry patients are getting billed.

Telehealth will be free, no copays, they said. But angry patients are getting billed.

Adelphi research reveals early, complex brain surgery in ancient Greece

Adelphi research reveals early, complex brain surgery in ancient Greece

Huddersfield experts highlight the impact of coronavirus on UK local authorities

Huddersfield experts highlight the impact of coronavirus on UK local authorities

UCR project receives funding to improve Latino population's access to healthy local foods

UCR project receives funding to improve Latino population's access to healthy local foods

UTSA scientists discover link between a person's culture and sickness sensations

UTSA scientists discover link between a person's culture and sickness sensations

Oldest African DNA on record shines light on the deep human past

Oldest African DNA on record shines light on the deep human past

A future approach to diabetes care

A future approach to diabetes care

Educational games can help overcome learning barriers

Educational games can help overcome learning barriers

Scientists to investigate the impact of skewed sex ratios on human societies

Scientists to investigate the impact of skewed sex ratios on human societies

New study solves oldest case of deafness in human prehistory

New study solves oldest case of deafness in human prehistory