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Social inequities in Black and South Asian immigrants increase risk of severe COVID-19 infection

Social inequities in Black and South Asian immigrants increase risk of severe COVID-19 infection

Two studies shed light on the biology and potential vulnerabilities of schistosomes

Two studies shed light on the biology and potential vulnerabilities of schistosomes

Lack of considerations in cumulative effect of food chemicals could have contributed to increased chronic diseases

Lack of considerations in cumulative effect of food chemicals could have contributed to increased chronic diseases

Researchers explore clinical and biological aspects of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome

Researchers explore clinical and biological aspects of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome

New 'prediction model' can help hospitals care for COVID-19 patients

New 'prediction model' can help hospitals care for COVID-19 patients

Study provides evidence of stark social inequities in COVID-19 outcomes

Study provides evidence of stark social inequities in COVID-19 outcomes

Over 20% of Americans suffer from food shortage, study reveals

Over 20% of Americans suffer from food shortage, study reveals

NIA awards $4.6 million to establish USC-Buck Nathan Shock Center

NIA awards $4.6 million to establish USC-Buck Nathan Shock Center

Clinical trials support effectiveness of collaborative care in treating behavioral health disorders

Clinical trials support effectiveness of collaborative care in treating behavioral health disorders

NIH awards $26.56 million grant to create new Framingham Heart Study Brain Aging Program

NIH awards $26.56 million grant to create new Framingham Heart Study Brain Aging Program

3D bioengineered model could reveal new treatments for deadly lung disease

3D bioengineered model could reveal new treatments for deadly lung disease

Study sheds light on the disproportionate impact of COVID-19

Study sheds light on the disproportionate impact of COVID-19

A novel gene involved in primary lymphedema identified

A novel gene involved in primary lymphedema identified

Telehealth spikes up to offer patient care while minimizing COVID-19 exposure

Telehealth spikes up to offer patient care while minimizing COVID-19 exposure

High-heat caramelization can increase risk of heart disease, stroke

High-heat caramelization can increase risk of heart disease, stroke

Telerehabilitation works for people recovering from stroke

Telerehabilitation works for people recovering from stroke

Higher COVID-19 risk perception among older American adults

Higher COVID-19 risk perception among older American adults

Study: Biological components combined with socioeconomic factors increases tooth decay

Study: Biological components combined with socioeconomic factors increases tooth decay

Childhood maltreatment associated with higher chance of multimorbidity in adult life

Childhood maltreatment associated with higher chance of multimorbidity in adult life

Study: Vitamin D supplementation is associated with compositional changes in a baby's microbiome

Study: Vitamin D supplementation is associated with compositional changes in a baby's microbiome