COVID-19 live updates: Ottawa declares state of emergency over trucker-led protests

Canada’s capital declared a state of emergency on Sunday because of trucker-led protests against COVID-19 vaccine mandates and other pandemic-related restrictions. The move by Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson “reflects the serious danger and threat to the safety and security of residents posed by the ongoing demonstrations and highlights the need for support from other jurisdictions … Read more

Sonablate Corp. announces publication of clinical data showing favorable disease control in the medium-term

We know that after focal HIFU, men recover quickly and have much fewer side effects. We now have excellent long-term cancer control data from the largest and longest study of focal HIFU treatment. ” – Professor Hashim Ahmed CHARLOTTE, NC, USA, February 7, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – Sonablate Corp., a world leader in minimally invasive focused … Read more

Oxford medical scientist said the overwhelming fear of safety killed ‘hundreds of thousands’; Omicron -specific booster can’t provide additional protection – report – News Endpoints

No vaccine prescribing Omicron can be given to further protect the difference compared to a booster shot of the new drug Covid-19 and Moderna, according to a preprint from NIAID and a report from STAT. The NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases led the study of primates, comparing Moderna’s licensed drug – mRNA … Read more

UniQure announces Dosing of primary patients at the European Open-Label Clinical Trial of AMT-130 Gene Therapy in Huntington’s disease.

LEXINGTON, Mass. and AMSTERDAM, Feb. 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – uniQure NV (NASDAQ: QURE), a leading gene therapy company developing transformative medicine for patients with serious health problems, today announced the dosing of patients first two in its European open-label Phase Ib/II clinical trial of AMT-130, which can be used as a one-time gene-therapy pathway … Read more

Mid-South states remain top 5 in high COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, deaths

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – Most of the US continues to see a downward trend for COVID -19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths. However, some states here in the Mid-South continue to trend high according to the New York Times latest COVID-19 data. Within the past 90 days, case trends have gone down and the daily average … Read more

Study links COVID-19 inflammatory manifestations in brain lysates to Alzheimer’s Disease markers

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), can cause pulmonary damage. A severe form of the disease causes long-term sequelae that may also lead to cardiovascular and neurological damage. Study: Alzheimer’s-like signaling in brains of COVID-19 patients. Image Credit: Cryptographer/Shutterstock It has been observed that one-third of … Read more

Cat With Asthma Has The Most Caring Dad | The Dodo | Lifestyles

Guy spends hours each day caring for his sick cat who could barely walk – look at how fast he runs now! Keep up with Liam and Momo on TikTok: https://thedo.do/Momothebengal, and on Instagram: https://thedo.do/momothebengal. Introducing Dodo swag! https://shop.thedodo.com/ Love Animals? Subscribe: http://thedo.do/2tv6Ocd Hablas español ?: https://thedo.do/2BsuN4o Follow The Dodo: Tweet with us on Twitter: … Read more

Researchers make cheap, portable nanosensors for disease detection

Nanoscience & Biotechnology Lab directed by Prof. Chao Wang and ASU Researchers at ASU and University of Washington in Seattle have developed a cheap, portable, rapid test for viruses like Ebola and SARS-CoV-2. Containing an emerging epidemic requires tests that can track its spread. But many leading technologies are bulky, expensive and slow to deploy. … Read more