E-cigarettes do not help with tobacco abstinence

/ pavel_shishkin, stock.adobe.com San Diego – Americans who quit tobacco using e-cigarettes were found in a long-term study in JAMA Network Open (2021; DOI: 10.1001 / jamanetworkopen.2021.28810) relapsed more often in the following year than people who attempted abstinence without a substitute drug. The study contradicts the popular belief that e-cigarettes can help smokers stop […]

This is how you can detect stress in your hair

The hormone cortisol is commonly known as the stress hormone. The body releases it in order to be able to react better in situations that are recognizably dangerous – by providing more energy and reducing the immune system, among other things. So it serves an important purpose. As it now turns out, it can also […]

▷ Bone health action is needed now more than ever, according to the IOF

20.10.2021 – 07:30 The International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) Nyon, Switzerland (ots) On World Osteoporosis Day, the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) highlights the negative impact of the pandemic on global bone health and calls for renewed attention to osteoporosis prevention and follow-up care. A backlog in osteoporosis clarifications, delays in treatment and too little exercise: these […]

▷ It is more than ever necessary to act for bone health, warns the IOF

20.10.2021 – 07:30 The International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) Nyon, Switzerland (ots) On World Osteoporosis Day, the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) points to the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on bone health globally and calls for renewed attention to osteoporosis prevention and post-fracture care. Delays in osteoporosis screening and treatment, sedentary and confined lifestyle: these […]

Henrietta Lacks is honored by WHO 70 years after death

Henrietta Lacks died of cervical cancer 70 years ago. The tissue samples taken from her are still used in research today. Henrietta Lacks is recognized by the WHO. – Keystone Ad the essentials in brief Henrietta Lacks was honored by the WHO 70 years after her death. She suffered from cervical cancer and eventually died […]

▷ CARB-X IS FINANCING THE 3RD PHASE OF DEBIOPHARM’S TARGETED ANTIBIOTICS PROGRAM, …

19.10.2021 – 09:00 Debiopharm International SA Lausanne, Switzerland / Boston, USA (ots) Debiopharm (www.debiopharm.com), a Swiss biopharmaceutical company, today announced that the Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Biopharmaceutical Accelerator (CARB-X), a Boston-based not-for-profit organization whose role is to accelerate antibacterial research, has granted it funding for the third phase intended to advance the development of its Debio […]

The celebration of the medical students of Granada by San Lucas, in photos

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The deceased Henrietta Lacks is recognized by WHO

The African American Henrietta Lacks died 70 years ago of uterine cancer. Her cancer cells, which were removed without her knowledge at the time, revolutionized medicine. A photograph by Henrietta Lacks from the early 1940s. – keystone Ad the essentials in brief Henrietta Lacks was honored by the WHO 70 years after her death. She […]

Nobel Prize in Medicine: “We must study the components of the inflammatory soup”

(EFE) .- Days after being recognized with the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his findings on the perception of heat and cold, Professor David Julius explains in an interview with Efe the importance of studying all the components of “the inflammatory soup “which helps to alert the body to injuries. Julius, a professor and chair […]

New form of muscle regeneration after minor injuries unveiled | Molecular biology

Suppose you are exercising and have a minor muscle injury. How will it be able to regenerate? A team led by researchers from the Institute of Molecular Medicine (IMM, in Lisbon) and the University of Pompeu Fabra (in Spain) has just unveiled a mechanism for muscle regeneration after these small injuries, which involves the movement […]