Google-Backed Database Tracks Details on COVID Cases Worldwide

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. A group of US and European epidemiologists on Tuesday launched an open international database that presents granular information on 5 million anonymized COVID-19 cases from more than 100 countries. Each case record in the database, which is housed at Global.health, contains up to 40 variables, including […]

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Challenge's Ashley Cain Says Daughter’s Cancer Is Back: We're 'Blindsided'

Ashley Cain’s 6-month-old daughter Azaylia’s leukemia has returned after her stem cell transplant. Celebrity Health Scares Through the Years “Today was supposed to be a day of unquestionable happiness,” the Challenge alum, 30, captioned a Tuesday, February 23, Instagram video taken at the hospital. “However, it turned out like most days on this journey: a miracle blindsided by heartbreak! We […]

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Israel’s COVID Vaccination Pass Opens Fast Track to Normal Life

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel reopened swathes of its economy including malls and leisure facilities on Sunday, with the government saying the start of a return to routine was enabled by COVID-19 vaccines administered to almost half the population. Shops were open to all. But access to gyms, hotels and theatres was limited to people with a “Green Pass”: those who […]

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Take That! Candace Cameron Bure, More Celeb Moms Back at Parenting Police

The claws will come out if you mess with a mama. Case in point: Khloe Kardashian ripped into a Twitter user who called her daughter True “not cute at all.” A disgusted Kardashian fired back, “What type of disgusting human being are you? It’s pathetic that you are this miserable in your life.” Of course, the Revenge Body host isn’t […]

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A new way to help the immune system fight back against cancer

Scientists at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health are breaking new ground to make cancer cells more susceptible to attack by the body’s own immune system. Working in mice, a team led by Jamey Weichert, professor of radiology, and Zachary Morris, professor of human oncology, is combining two different techniques in its approach, using targeted radionuclide […]

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