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[ad_1] By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY February 24, 2021 (HealthDay News) Need a COVID-19 vaccine? Your neighborhood pharmacy may soon have one on hand. Pharmacies across the United States are joining the coronavirus vaccination effort, part of the Biden administration’s efforts to achieve herd immunity as quickly as possible …

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Organic milk and meat have higher nutrient levels: study

[ad_1] Latest news on nutrition, food and recipes TUESDAY February 16, 2016 (HealthDay News) – New international research has good news for people spending the extra money to buy organic milk and meat – these products are healthier than conventional products in many ways . “People choose organic milk and …

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Angel’s Kiss, Strawberry Mark (Hemangiomas), Others

[ad_1] Basics of birthmark Soon after giving birth, almost every new mother greedily checks her newborn baby for the correct number of fingers and toes. This rapid study includes a superficial assessment of the skin. Skin blemishes are commonly referred to as birthmarks. Birthmarks come in all colors, shapes and …

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New technique detects biocontaminants in environmental water samples

[ad_1] Carolina Belenguer and EnricPellicer, from the Department of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Valencia, last year developed a new method for the detection of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in environmental water samples. This is an innovation of great importance because it facilitates the detection of these persistent organic pollutants …

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Chip Simplifies COVID-19 Testing, Provides Results on Phone

[ad_1] A system developed by engineers at Rice University uses a buffer-sized microfluidic chip that measures the concentration of the SARS-CoV-2 core protein in blood serum to diagnose COVID-19 in less than one o’clock. The system uses a standard cell phone and a potentiostat to provide the results. Credit: Lillehoj …

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Computer training to reduce symptoms of trauma

[ad_1] Credit: Public domain Pixabay / CC0 Applied computer training in addition to psychotherapy can potentially help reduce symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). These are the results found by researchers from the Ruhr-Universität Bochum and their collaborating partners in a randomized controlled clinical trial with 80 patients with PTSD. …

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