Meghan Markle’s secret weapon for battling anxiety revealed

May 09, 2022 – 11:49 BST Melanie Macleod The Duchess of Sussex reportedly loves acupuncture treatments, known to ease stress and anxiety As a native Californian, it’s no surprise Meghan Markle turns to wellness practices to support her mental health. One treatment that the Duchess of Sussex reportedly turns to again and again is acupuncture. … Read more

How SARS-CoV-2 Damages the Kidneys

Cartoon image of damage to the kidneys. getty Kidney complications are some of the most common and severe symptoms associated with Covid-19. Estimates show that 30% of people hospitalized for severe infection and 50% of those that are later admitted to intensive care units experience some injury to the kidneys. Even previously healthy people with … Read more

Medicine needs to do right by people living with chronic pain

Asa medical student, the prism of pain helped me begin seeing patients as people – discerning their stories, examining their bodies, understanding their lives, and more. In medical schools around the world, the first simulated patient students encounter to emulate the rituals and mannerisms of medicine is someone in pain. Yet chronic pain, particularly the … Read more

Shortages of blood pressure pills and painkillers loom for NHS as drug producers face supply chain crisis

the NHS is facing shortages of drugs relied on by hundreds of thousands of patients as companies supplying widely-used medications face “unprecedented pressure” with supply chains and red tape, a leading industry body has warned. An investigation by i has established that manufacturers of dozens of the most commonly used drugs in Britain – known … Read more

T cell behavior determines which tumors respond to treatment – ScienceDaily

Immunotherapy unleashes the power of the immune system to fight cancer. However, for some patients, immunotherapy doesn’t work, and new research may help explain why. When immune cells called T lymphocytes infiltrate malignant tumors, the genetic program of those T cells and the developmental pathway they then follow may affect their response to immunotherapy and … Read more

Weekly texts did not improve medication adherence after ACS, but may benefit lifestyle

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New genetic markers could improve early detection of drug-resistant tuberculosis

To many, tuberculosis (TB) may seem like a disease from a bygone era. But it still claims more than one million lives every year. And the problem is growing worse as Mycobacterium tuberculosisthe pathogen that causes TB, continues to evolve resistance to the antibiotics used to treat the disease. Now, researchers at San Diego State … Read more