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    The Cool Physics of a Supersonic Baseball

    If I select a portion of the data at the beginning of the video, I can use a linear fit to determine the slope of the position vs. time which gives the velocity. From this, I get an initial velocity of 456 m/s at a time of around 0.002 seconds. Near the end of the […] More

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    Humanigen, Thermo Fisher strike deal to scale up manufacturing of monoclonal antibody for COVID-19

    In the earliest days of the COVID-19 pandemic, a suite of drugmakers looked to monoclonal antibodies to fight the immune system overreaction seen in severe patients. Months later, most of those candidates have had mixed success, but Humanigen is pressing ahead—and it’s bringing on partners to help scale for market. Humanigen has tapped Thermo Fisher […] More

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    New virus cases in Moscow climb to June levels

    Credit: CC0 Public Domain New coronavirus cases in Moscow on Thursday reached the highest level since late June, raising fears of a new wave of cases in the world’s fourth most affected country. The caseload increase had remained relatively stable in the capital at around 700 per day for several months, but the numbers began […] More

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    NVIC's 2020 Annual Report on US State Vaccine Legislation

    Over the last decade, there has been a significant increase in vaccine related legislation that impacts every person. More vaccines have been mandated for children in school and daycare and adults in the workplace, vaccine exemption rights have been restricted or removed, emergency powers have been expanded, vaccine tracking and enforcement and vaccine exemption rate […] More

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    These molecular insights may foster effective therapies using existing drugs for patients with COVID-19 — ScienceDaily

    Viral and bacterial pathogens wield pathogenic or virulent proteins that interact with high-value targets inside human cells, attacking what is known as the host interactome. The host interactome is the network map of all the protein-protein interactions inside cells. Such networks have been studied in organisms as diverse as plants, humans and roundworms, and they […] More

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    Vitiligo Miracle Video – Heal Vitiligo In 7 Days

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    Tampa General, Philips Ink 7-Year Partnership to All Bedside Patient and Vital Sign Monitors

    What You Should Know: – Tampa General Hospital announces a seven-year strategic partnership with Philips to innovate and improve patient experience. – As part of the partnership, Tampa General will replace all bedside patient and vital sign monitors throughout the 1,006-bed hospital and upgrade key imaging equipment in the catheterization laboratories and interventional radiology rooms. […] More

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    Delta-8-THC Promises to Get You High Without the Paranoia or Anxiety

    Delta-9-THC, the main drug in cannabis plants that gets people high, can also be a potent medicine. It can treat extreme nausea and stimulate appetite, which is especially helpful for people who have HIV or are going through chemotherapy. A synthetic version of THC, called Dronabinol, has been used to treat these conditions since the […] More

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    Challenges in High Complexity Flow Cytometry

    The last decade has seen a revolution in cancer immunotherapy.  The demand from doctors, researchers, and pharmaceutical companies for more precise results with high sensitivity and high-quality testing is increasing immensely. In this interview, Dra. Mª Josépa Marco from the Department of Hematology at Hopsital Dr. Peset talks to News-Medical Life Sciences about high complexity […] More

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    NHS Covid-19 app: England and Wales get smartphone contact tracing for over-16s

    By Leo Kelion & Rory Cellan-JonesTechnology reporters Related Topics Coronavirus pandemic image captionUsers will be told to self-isolate if the app determines they are at high risk of being infected People living in England and Wales are being urged to download the government’s contact-tracing app following its official release. NHS Covid-19 instructs users to self-isolate […] More

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    “It Needs to Become Smarter”: HIT Leaders Share Their Vision for Interoperability

    Stanley Huff, MD, CMIO, Intermountain Healthcare It is possible for an event to propel an industry forward, helping it achieve adoption rates thought to be impossible, while also showing just how far behind it is? Yes, when the event is the Covid-19 pandemic, and the industry is healthcare IT. Like many organizations, Intermountain Healthcare saw […] More

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    Global warming may lead to practically irreversible Antarctic melting

    How is melting a continent-sized ice sheet like stirring milk into coffee? Both are, for all practical purposes, irreversible. In a new study published in the Sept. 24 Nature, researchers outline a series of temperature-related tipping points for the Antarctic Ice Sheet. Once each tipping point is reached, changes to the ice sheet and subsequent melting can’t […] More

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    Australia’s drug regulator TGA approves Covid tests that deliver results in 15 minutes | Health

    Australia’s drugs regulator has approved four rapid antigen Covid-19 tests for distribution throughout the country with health workers and departments among the first to use the tests than can deliver results in 15 minutes. The Australian pathology and pharmaceutical companies approved to import and distribute the tests are required to provide the Therapeutic Goods Administration […] More

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    Singing Without a Face Mask Can Spread COVID-19

    By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Sept. 23, 2020 (HealthDay News) — If you sing indoors without a face mask, you run the risk of spreading COVID-19 through tiny airborne particles known as aerosols. That’s the conclusion researchers reached after studying a choir practice. In Skagit Valley, Wash., one person with mild symptoms of COVID-19 […] More

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    Blood Test May Show Who Is at Risk of Severe COVID

    By E.J. Mundell HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Sept. 23, 2020 (HealthDay News) — If you’re unfortunate enough to be admitted to the hospital with COVID-19, a common blood marker may predict how severe your illness might become, new research shows. The blood marker is called “red cell distribution width” (RDW) — basically, the greater the variance […] More

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    SARS-CoV-2 during pregnancy not associated with complications in neonates, study finds — ScienceDaily

    In a new study published in JAMA, researchers at Karolinska Institutet and Karolinska University Hospital have examined the association between a positive SARS-CoV-2 test during pregnancy and complications in mothers and their newborn babies. Almost two out of three pregnant women who tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 were asymptomatic and the researchers found no higher prevalence […] More

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    Medilink to host webinar on next generation biomaterials – Med-Tech Innovation

    Medilink East Midlands will be hosting a webinar with the University of Nottingham looking at commercial applications for next generation biomaterials on Thursday 1 October. The biomaterials discovery programme at the University of Nottingham has been targeting novel polymers with application as coatings for existing medical devices to reduce infection rates and controlling foreign body reaction, […] More

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    Breathing Enriched Oxygen May Improve Major Depression

    Breathing enriched oxygen on a nightly basis may lead to clinically meaningful symptomatic improvement in mild to moderate major depression, new research suggests. Dr R. Haim Belmaker “We saw a highly significant effect of normobaric hyperoxia therapy in lowering Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression scores,” R. Haim Belmaker, MD, reported at the virtual congress of […] More

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    Native Americans Feel Double Pain of COVID and Fires ‘Gobbling Up the Ground’

    When the first fire of the season broke out on the Hoopa Valley Reservation in Northern California in July, Greg Moon faced a dilemma. As Hoopa’s fire chief and its pandemic team leader, Moon feared the impact of the blaze on the dense coniferous forests of the reservation, near Redwood National and State Parks, where […] More

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    Transplanted bacteria from sleep-apnea mice caused sleep changes in recipient mice — ScienceDaily

    Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a chronic sleep condition affecting more than one billion people worldwide. Evidence suggests OSA can alter the gut microbiome (GM) and may promote OSA-associated co-morbidities, including diabetes, hypertension and cognitive problems. Researchers from the University of Missouri School of Medicine and MU Health Care have discovered how OSA-related sleep disturbances […] More

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    The longest whale dive ever recorded clocks in at almost 4 hours

    By Michael Le Page A Cuvier’s beaked whale beat the previous record for longest dive ever recorded by almost an hourDanielle_Waples A Cuvier’s beaked whale has made the longest dive by any mammal ever recorded, lasting 3 hours and 42 minutes. That smashes the previous record of 2 hours and 43 minutes. The record has […] More

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    Innovate UK funding for new precision cancer treatment technology –

    Sixfold Bioscience in partnership with Medicines Discovery Catapult, has been given the green light, through the award of an Innovate UK Smart Grant to test a pioneering system designed to deliver drugs directly to cancerous cells, without impacting the healthy cells around it. Programmable Oligonucleotide Delivery System (PODS), developed by Sixfold Bioscience, is a versatile system […] More

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    Public charge rule retroactively enforced on immigration applications

    The Trump administration on Tuesday reinstated its so-called “public charge” rule for green card applicants after a federal appeals court allowed the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency to move forward with it. In July, U.S. District Judge George B. Daniels in Manhattan refused to throw out a lawsuit challenging the […] More

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    Feeding indoor cats just once a day could improve health — ScienceDaily

    Got a cat that always seems hungry? New University of Guelph research suggests you might want to reduce — not increase — how often you feed them. Animal nutrition specialists in U of G’s Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) and Ontario Agricultural College (OAC) have found that feeding cats one large meal a day may help […] More

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    Meet the startup that’s bridging the gap between tech and creative

    London-based Arishi Agency delivers high-tech services to clients across many industries –managing director, Andrew Elia, explains why he has located his new venture in Abu Dhabi’s tech ecosystem, Hub71. What do you get when you mix immersive technologies, such as augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), with AI-based sensitivity analysis solutions? It’s a tantalising […] More

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    Coronavirus Vaccines Still Aren’t Being Tested in Kids, And Experts Are Concerned

    Progress on coronavirus vaccines has moved remarkably fast since the novel virus was first identified and sequenced in January. The leading experimental shots are now in the final stage of clinical trials, with results expected as soon as next month.   But that progress has focused on crafting and testing a vaccine for adults. Children have yet […] More

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