Findings reinforce importance of engineering controls and appropriate PPE use to reduce contamination risks
Researchers conducted an observational study to determine environmental contamination with the monkeypox virus in the hospital isolation rooms of monkeypox patients to understand potential exposures to healthcare workers
Presence of endogenous retrovirus RNA in non-diseased tissues could affect use as a cancer biomarker
According to an accepted manuscript published in ARRS' American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR), ACR TI-RADS and a deep learning algorithm trained on adult populations offer alternative strategies for evaluating thyroid nodules in children and younger adults, including guiding decisions to perform fine-needle aspiration.
Findings show increased mortality risks in offspring from birth to young adulthood
Encouraging patients—even children—to be more directly involved in their own medical care may reduce the burden on healthcare workers and might even help those clinical laboratories struggling to hire enough phlebotomists to collect specimens
Artificial intelligence algorithms could provide added support to remote communities and other areas that lack available specialists
Researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have learned that the way the brain processes the complex emotion of regret may be linked to an individual's ability to cope with stress, and altered in psychiatric disorders like depression
Pääbo received the award for his revolutionary work studying hominin genomes, including Neanderthal DNA
Mosquitoes are common vectors for many viruses that infect the human population, such as dengue, Zika, and yellow fever
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