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Miracles Start in the Lab: The Quest for a Vaccine to Cure AIDS

Miracles Start in the Lab: The Quest for a Vaccine to Cure AIDS

To commemorate World AIDS Day, News Medical spoke with Dr. Larry Corey, internationally renowned expert in virology, immunology and vaccine development, and former president and director of Fred Hutch, about his work in the field. HIV/AIDS research and vaccine development. Can you introduce yourself and tell us about your experience in virology, immunology and vaccine …

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Focus on promoting good mental health in 2023 with UAB Arts in Medicine

Focus on promoting good mental health in 2023 with UAB Arts in Medicine

The Virtual Mental Health Monday series includes sessions on dance, healing rituals, forest bathing, supporting LGBTQ+ youth, suicide prevention, caregivers and reducing homelessness. The Virtual Mental Health Monday series includes sessions on dance, healing rituals, forest bathing, supporting LGBTQ+ youth, suicide prevention, caregivers and reducing homelessness.Explore ways to support mental health at home and in …

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Research: 1 in 8 adults experienced depression for the first time during the pandemic

Research: 1 in 8 adults experienced depression for the first time during the pandemic

One in eight seniors in Canadaaccording to recent large-scale research that included more than 20,000 people, experienced their first episode of depression during the outbreak. The statistics were significantly worse for people who had previously struggled with depression. Almost half (45%) of this population reported suffering from depression in the fall of 2020. Analysis of …

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Berlin warms to French 'Buy European' plans as global trade rules erode

Berlin warms to French ‘Buy European’ plans as global trade rules erode

Press play to listen to this article Expressed by artificial intelligence. BERLIN — Threatened by a new package of U.S. subsidies that could hammer European industry, Germany is backtracking on its longstanding objections to programs such as France’s “Buy European Act” that would lay down provisions on buying goods locally. Berlin’s growing sympathy for the …

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