An intriguing therapy that shifts what people perceive as the source of their pain could aid in pain management.
Author - Gabriel Parker
The newly approved RSV vaccine could be rolled out by fall 2023, in time for the typical winter surge in RSV infections.
Parsing the risk of myocarditis from viral infection versus vaccination is challenging, and researchers are intensely studying the various factors that are at play.
One way to prevent mental health challenges in children: Recognize and treat the mental health issues of their parents.
Overcoming the access barriers and biases that underrepresented and underserved communities face could not only improve research participation but also improve care.
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An FDA panel has voted against recommending approval of a booster COVID-19 shot for the general population – disappointing some public health officials.
In this interview, News-Medical speaks to Dr. David Caballero-Lima, Head of R&D at Labskin, about the applications and benefits of the Skin Trust Club.
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