Having strange dreams during the pandemic? You’re not alone. Bizarre, vivid dreams can be a way to process intense psychological stressors, and withdrawal from the usual environments has forced the subconscious mind to look deeper for sources of inspiration.
The FDA’s approval of the first long-acting HIV drug combination yesterday promises to boost the quality of life for people under treatment—trading 3 daily pills for a monthly round of 2 injections, the
A monoclonal antibody drug combo showed promise in lowering viral loads in early-stage COVID-19 outpatients,
As the global population ages, rising demand for eye health services is not being met, according to a Lancet Global Health update on the burden of blindness.
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The global alcohol industry enjoys billions of dollars in tax breaks, marketing subsidies, and other “perverse incentives” that belie the intense harms alcohol causes—including its link to 1 death every 10 seconds worldwide, according to a new Vital Strategies report. …
Today, Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States—alongside the first Black and Indian American Vice President in US history, Kamala Harris. What happens then?
The coronavirus mutation first discovered in Denmark is now whipping through Northern California, reaching nursing homes, jails, and a hospital, officials confirmed Sunday night.
The arrival of the first wave of COVID-19 vaccines brings hope to a battered, weary world that 2021 can be the beginning of the end of a devastating, still-raging pandemic. But while the fight against this terrible disease has showcased an impressive array of global health…
Saying “We cannot afford inaction,” President-Elect Joe Biden announced a $1.9 trillion stimulus plan yesterday to help America recover from the economic blows of the virus,