Novel radiotracer measures synaptic activity after stroke

A new radiotracer, 18F-SynVesT-2, can directly assess synaptic density changes in the brain, providing an objective and quantitative measure of disease progression after stroke. Research presented at the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 2020 Annual Meeting shows that the radiotracer may also offer a primary endpoint to evaluate treatment efficacy of novel therapeutics for stroke in clinical trials. […]

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Bloating causes: Does endometriosis cause bloating? Does pelvic inflammatory disease?

Bloating is the name for the feeling you get when your tummy feels stretched, puffy and uncomfortable. Everyone is bloated around Christmas or after a heavy night on the town. But what else causes bloating? Express.co.uk talks you through a list of bloating causes. If you are persistently bloated, it could be down to digestive problems or issues with your diet.Frequent bloating […]

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African countries need cheaper COVID-19 tests: Here’s how to get them

COVID-19 continues to infect millions of people as the death toll mounts. There is currently no cure which means that controlling this disease requires a multi-pronged approach. This includes personal protection such as masks, social distancing and the isolation of infected individuals and their contacts. Testing detects infected individuals, especially the 45% of people who do not show symptoms, but […]

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New York City Reports Day with Zero COVID-19 Deaths for First Time Since Pandemic Hit U.S.

But even as New York continues to make tremendous progress on containing the outbreak, the virus has surged in states including Florida. On Sunday, Florida reported a new single-day record of coronavirus cases with over 15,000, according to the state's Department of Health. Florida has at least 269,811 confirmed cases in total and has also reported 45 additional deaths from […]

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Racial disparities in COVID-19 are clear; better data, more targeted action needed

Marked racial disparities exist in confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths, investigators say, and highlight urgent needs to ensure adequate testing and treatment are available to African Americans and safer working and living conditions are in place so they can better protect themselves. Also, more complete surveillance data is needed that always includes race, ethnicity and gender to better identify those […]

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COVID-19: These drugs do not act however, Naturopathy naturopathic specialist portal

Trumps Corona-wonder doesn’t work U.S. President Donald Trump and the President of Brazil Bolsonaro swear in the fight against COVID-19 on the controversial means of hydroxychloroquine. However, Researchers report that the Malaria drug works against the Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 induced disease. The same also applies to a further active ingredient, regarded as a beacon of hope against the disease. The Malaria […]

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Kindergarten-children must already due to a cold home Natural medicine remain naturopathic specialist portal

Kita-infections: “is a cold not a typical Corona-Symptom” In children, a runny nose is nothing out of the ordinary. Currently, many parents experience that their child be excluded in the case of the lightest cold symptoms of the day-care centre, there is a suspicion of a Coronavirus infection. Is justified is this approach? A children’s doctor in an Interview. A […]

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