A new technology to see tubes in 3-D in mice shows how the liver can recover in Alagille syndrome

Many diseases affect different vessels in our body, such as blood vessels, bile ducts or airways. Visualizing these in animal models of disease, to better understand what is actually going wrong form a structural point of view has been an area of intense research. We developed a new method, independent of antibodies or microscopes, to visualize multiple vessels at the […]

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SARS-CoV-2 immunization passports: A ticket to normal life?

Proof of immunization against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) may soon be required in many parts of the globe. The authors discuss how immunization passports could work, what Canada needs to do, and potential barriers and limitations in a CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal) commentary. “We expect that immunization passports may be imminently introduced for international travel,” writes […]

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Ben Platt and Sister-in-Law Courtney on Using Music Therapy to Treat Her MS: 'It's So Inclusive of Everybody'

Ben Platt and his sister-in-law Courtney, a professional dancer who suffers from multiple sclerosis (MS), are using music to help others who are battling the disease. On Tuesday's episode of the new PEOPLE Every Day podcast, hosted by Janine Rubenstein, Ben, 27, and Courtney, 32, opened up about teaming up with the American Music Therapy Association and Bristol Myers Squibb for the initiative MS […]

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Dr. Oz Helps Save Man's Life at Newark Airport by Performing CPR and Clearing His Airway

Dr. Mehmet Oz is being hailed a hero after helping to save the life of a man who had collapsed at the Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey. The incident occurred around 11:07 p.m. on Monday just as the TV personality, 60, was arriving at Terminal A following a flight, PEOPLE can confirm. A man, identified only as a 60-year-old […]

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UTI Vaccine in Development Shows Promise

Although it’s still in development, a vaccine against current and future urinary tract infections could also wipe out other problems, such as women being given the wrong antibiotic or given antibiotics for too long, a pair of newly released studies say. For the first time, researchers at Duke University Medical Center designed a vaccine that could more completely treat urinary […]

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