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Antiviral pill reduces the risk of hospitalization or death due to COVID-19 by 50%

At the time of the analysis, 7.3% of molnupiravir-treated patients were hospitalized or died by Day 29, compared to 14.1% of placebo-treated patients who were hospitalized or died in the

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Largest randomized-controlled trial of amoxicillin for treating chest infections in children finds no significant improvement

The study found that there was only a small, non-significant difference between the two groups, with a reduction in the duration of symptoms in the antibiotic group of 13%. According

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Scientists expect surge in RSV in young children due to pandemic lockdowns

Children may be more susceptible to RSV since most pregnant women and babies did not develop immunity during the previous season. As COVID-19 cases have declined and public health measures

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Researchers find a new way to kill antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria can now be killed using a new approach, according to researchers. The new method disables bacteria’s natural defense system, making antibiotics more harmful. The research, which was carried

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Scientists find underlying mechanism behind why space travel weakens our immune system

Microgravity in space disrupts human physiology and is harmful to astronaut health, as indicated with astronauts who have experienced inner ear abnormalities, heart arrhythmia, hypotension, dehydration, and loss of calcium

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First-ever link found between asthma in toddlers and prenatal exposure to air pollution

According to a new study, infants whose mothers have been exposed to greater amounts of small air pollution particles during pregnancy are more likely to develop asthma as toddlers. In