Comparison of mental health symptoms before and during the covid-19 pandemic: evidence from a systematic review and meta-analysis of 134 cohorts.
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In a recent study published in Nature Communications, researchers presented magnetic soft-robotic chains (MaSoChains) that use magnetic and elastic energies to fold themselves into large stable assemblies compatible with magnetic navigational technologies and have potential applications in improving minimally invasive surgery.
Educating patients about clinical trials they can participate in is an innovative way to improve inclusivity
Canadians who experience chronic urinary tract infections may soon have another option than antibiotics — a vaccine is awaiting approval by Health Canada.
A 21-person commission of public health experts urges the development of networked communities
The European Union has awarded a European Consortium €4.5 million for the ELR-Scar project to validate a novel hydrogel biomaterial that will prevent scar tissue from forming in the heart following a heart attack.
New sensors made from seaweed, rock salt, water, and graphene promise better performance and environmental friendliness
Mercury content in RBCs and arsenobetaine in urine could be considered seafood consumption biomarkers during pregnancy.
Where does it come from? And what are we doing to prevent this contamination?
Publishing in the journal Science, a University of California San Diego researcher and his colleagues uncovered evidence that social learning is fundamental for honey bees.
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