The new booster, available since September, is effective against the currently dominant SARS-CoV-2 variant in the U.S., JN.1.
Earlier, I wrote about the newly proposed regulation for lead in drinking water and other lead sources, including paint and air.
The study, deeply grounded in genetic mapping, builds from our understanding of the genetic underpinning of MS into gene-environmental interactions both now and in the Bronze Age.
The social determinants of health (SDOH) include your economic, family, and community stability, the neighborhood and built environment, your educational attainment, your access to healthcare, and its quality.
Armando Simón, a retired psychologist, attempted to rebut an 
Before jumping in, here's a quick reminder: Prevalence is the number of individuals with a condition in some defined population, e.g., 2 out of 100, and is often expressed as a percentage, 2%.
The Wall Street Journal published a news article on January 5, “Why It Feels Like Everyone You Know Is Getting COVID-19,” which contained several worrisome observations.
“The world’s largest review on opioid medicines for cancer pain has found it is unclear whether some commonly used opioid medicines are better than a placebo and suggests that nonopioid medicines, including aspirin, may b
The study, reported in JAMA Internal Medicine, looked at a program designed for patients with Type II diabetes and hemoglobinA1c (HbA1c) levels of 8.0% or higher who self-reported “food insecurity.” HBA1c is a measure of long-term glucose control,
“Behavioral interventions such as mask-wearing, quarantine, restrictions on gatherings, physical distancing have been used to interrupt transmission of COVID-19 and to reduce the impacts of the pandemic.”