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Scientists are optimistic that gene-edited animals could provide a new source of organs for transplantation. Pig organs modified to minimize rejection are now being tested in humans. more
Scientists are optimistic that gene-edited animals could provide a new source of organs for transplantation. Pig organs modified to minimize rejection are now being tested in humans. more
HONG KONG SAR - Media OutReach Newswire - 29 February 2024 - J-Long Group Limited (Nasdaq: JL) (the "Company" or "J-Long"), today announced that its board of directors has declared a special dividend … more
The oil and gas giant is suing investor groups that want it to slash climate pollution. Interest groups on both sides of the case say it could lead to more lawsuits against activist investors. more
Change Healthcare, a firm recently bought by insurance giant UnitedHealth Group, reportedly suffered a cyberattack. The company processes 14 billion transactions annually, including payments and … more
State lawmakers are resurrecting and expanding efforts to prohibit transgender people from using public restrooms and other spaces that match their gender. Some have sought to ban trans people from … more
The Environmental Protection Agency is tightening regulation of ethylene oxide, a carcinogenic gas used to sterilize medical devices. The agency is trying to balance the interests of the health care … more
California Healthline gives readers a chance to comment on a recent batch of stories. more
Suicide is the third leading cause of death among people ages 18 to 35 in North Carolina. It claims more lives than homicide, and its toll on young adults is surpassed only by motor vehicle … more
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When you accidentally eat mold, there are chances of food poisoning, allergic reactions, sinus headaches, liver issues, and so on. Mold is also known as mycotoxins can cause adverse health effects … more
MUSCAT, OMAN - Media OutReach Newswire - 28 February 2024 – VinFast Auto (Nasdaq: VFS) officially signed a dealer sales agreement with Bahwan Automobiles Trading LLC (BAT) for the distribution of … more
In this episode, the CEO of Lumen talks about the sleek consumer device and why he is at a b-to-b healthcare conference. more
This Rare Disease Day is an opportunity to raise awareness of the challenges those living with a rare disease face, and why there’s reason to hope, thanks to advances in science that could … more
The CDC said Americans 65 and older should get another dose of the updated vaccine that became available in September — if at least four months has passed since their last shot. more
Sushi made with nori contains folic acid, niacin, calcium, and vitamins A, C, and K. In addition, salmon in sushi makes sushi rich in omega-3 fatty acids. One cup of short-grain sushi rice is needed … more
It is consolidating its contact centre functionalities across sites in Australia and Europe. more
Research shows that 44 veterans die each day as a result of suicide or self-injury. At ViVE 2024, Shereef Elnahal, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ under secretary for health, declared that … more
Research shows that 44 veterans die each day as a result of suicide or self-injury. At ViVE 2024, Shereef Elnahal, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ under secretary for health, declared that … more
Regenerative medicine startup Pelage Pharmaceuticals has clinical data showing its small molecule activated hair follicle stem cells. GV led a Series A round that funded the UCLA spinout’s Phase 1 … more
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