National Study Reveals Significant Brain Differences in Children with ADHD: Implications for Understanding and Managing Symptoms

National Study Reveals Significant Brain Differences in Children with ADHD: Implications for Understanding and Managing Symptoms

Children with ADHD Have Remarkable Differences in Brain Functioning During Rest, New Study Finds Children diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) exhibit distinct patterns of brain activity during rest compared to their neurotypical counterparts, according to a groundbreaking national study announced this week. The study, published in the credible American Journal of Psychiatry, analyzed thousands … Read more

Semaglutide Injection Reduces Liver Fat by 31% in HIV Patients with Liver Disease, NIH Study Finds

Semaglutide Injection Reduces Liver Fat by 31% in HIV Patients with Liver Disease, NIH Study Finds

Weekly Injection of Semaglutide Demonstrates Promising Results in HIV Patients with Liver Disease Weekly Injection of Semaglutide Demonstrates Promising Results in HIV Patients with Liver Disease A groundbreaking mid-stage study funded by the National Institutes of Health has revealed that a weekly injection of semaglutide could herald a potential breakthrough in the treatment of metabolic … Read more

Long COVID Patients Seek More Support in Testimony on Capitol Hill

Long COVID Patients Seek More Support in Testimony on Capitol Hill

The Urgent Need for More Research and Treatment Options for Long COVID Long COVID Patients Continue to Face Lingering Symptoms and Limited Treatment Options More than a year after testing positive for COVID-19, Sawyer Blatz, a 27-year-old software engineer, still struggles to engage in his daily activities, such as running or biking. Blatz is just … Read more

Initiative Aims to Detect and Treat Preeclampsia Earlier to Reduce Maternal Mortality

Initiative Aims to Detect and Treat Preeclampsia Earlier to Reduce Maternal Mortality

Preeclampsia Detection Initiative Aims to Reduce Maternal Mortality Maternal Mortality: A Leading Cause Goes Undetected until it’s Too Late A leading cause of maternal mortality often goes unnoticed. By the time it’s diagnosed, it’s sometimes too late to stem the damage. Preeclampsia: A Serious Condition with Far-Reaching Consequences Doctors typically do not identify preeclampsia, a … Read more

PubMed: A Randomized Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial Evaluating the Efficacy of Subcutaneous Hyperimmune Immunoglobulin Against COVID-19 in Asymptomatic Individuals with SARS-CoV-2 Infection for Disease Prevention.

PubMed: A Randomized Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial Evaluating the Efficacy of Subcutaneous Hyperimmune Immunoglobulin Against COVID-19 in Asymptomatic Individuals with SARS-CoV-2 Infection for Disease Prevention.

Background: Anti-COVID-19 hyperimmune immunoglobulin (hIG) can provide standardized and controlled antibody content. Data from controlled clinical trials using hIG for the prevention or treatment of COVID-19 outpatients have not been reported. We assessed the safety and efficacy of subcutaneous anti-COVID-19 hyperimmune immunoglobulin 20% (C19-IG20%) compared to placebo in preventing development of symptomatic COVID-19 in asymptomatic … Read more

It may cause muscle dystrophy or missing nose deformity, and found a toxic protein related to two rare diseases! | GeneOnline News

It may cause muscle dystrophy or missing nose deformity, and found a toxic protein related to two rare diseases!  | GeneOnline News

There are many types of rare genetic diseases, and most of them have different pathogenic mechanisms. However, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently discovered that a toxic protein produced by the human body may be the cause of two completely different rare genetic diseases. the cause of the disease, in therare diseaseWhile the development … Read more

Cryo-EM captures early ribosome assembly in action

Cryo-EM captures early ribosome assembly in action

Ribosome biogenesis is a fundamental multi-step cellular process in all domains of life that involves the production, processing, folding, and modification of ribosomal RNAs (rRNAs) and ribosomal proteins. To obtain insights into the still unexplored early assembly phase of the bacterial 50S subunit, we exploited a minimal in vitro reconstitution system using purified ribosomal components … Read more

Effect of Altitude on Respiratory Functional Status in COVID-19 Survivors: Results from a Latin American Cohort-FIRCOV

Effect of Altitude on Respiratory Functional Status in COVID-19 Survivors: Results from a Latin American Cohort-FIRCOV

Laura Gochicoa-Rangel, Santiago C. Maple, Carlos Aguirre-Franco, Wilmer Madrid-Mejia, Monica Gutierrez-Claveria, Lorraine Noriega-Aguirre, Patricia Schonffeldt-Guerrero, Agustin Acuna-Izcaray, Arturo Cortes-Telles, Luisa Martinez-Valdeavellano, Federico Isaac Hernandez-Rocha, Omar Ceballos-Zuñiga, Rodrigo Del Rio Hidalgo, Sonia Sanchez, Erika Meneses-Tamayo, and Ivan Cherrez-Ojeda; and on Behalf of the Respiratory Physiology Project in COVID-19 (FIRCOV). Effect of altitude on respiratory functional status … Read more

Severe SARS-Cov2 pneumonia in vaccinated patients: a multicenter cohort study

Severe SARS-Cov2 pneumonia in vaccinated patients: a multicenter cohort study

Vaccination reduces risk of infection, hospitalization, and death due to SARS-Cov2. Vaccinated patients may however experience severe SARS-Cov2 disease. The objective was to describe clinical features of vaccinated patients requiring intensive care unit (ICU) admission due to SARS-Cov2 infection and compare them to a published cohort of unvaccinated patients. We performed a multicenter cohort study … Read more

Resistance training and clinical status in patients with postdischarge symptoms after COVID-19: protocol for a randomized controlled crossover trial “The EXER-COVID Crossover Study”

Resistance training and clinical status in patients with postdischarge symptoms after COVID-19: protocol for a randomized controlled crossover trial “The EXER-COVID Crossover Study”

Background: Physical exercise induces a coordinated response of multiple organ systems, including the immune system. In fact, it has been proposed that physical exercise may modulate the immune system. However, the potential effect of an exercise program on COVID-19 survivors has not been investigated. Thus, the aim of this study is to evaluate the modifications … Read more