MASKS ARE BACK!! : Singapore records more than 56K new COVID-19 cases, New variant JN.1 spreading in India & China.

With 500,000 cases of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Singapore and several cases of the JN.1 variant in India, calls for masks are rising again around the world.As a … Read More

Dangerous ‘superbugs’ are a growing threat, and antibiotics can’t stop their rise. What can?

Traditional antibiotics drive bacteria toward drug resistance, so scientists are looking to viruses, CRISPR, designer molecules, and protein swords for better treatments. Bacteria could have entered his skin along with … Read More

MedAlliance, USD 1.135 Billion Deal

MedAlliance, a Pioneering Medical Device Startup, acquired by Cordis of USA in a Landmark USD 1.135 Billion Deal MedAlliance, a Swiss company that develops innovative medical devices for cardiovascular diseases, … Read More

Morning brief: Republican lawmaker pushes to oust House Speaker McCarthy, UK’s healthcare racism, & more

In today’s morning brief, we cover some of the top stories that are making headlines across the nation and the world. One of the most controversial developments is the attempt … Read More

Human lifespan till 120 years?, US doctor claims stem cell research will make it possible in next couple of years.

Since the early 1900s, human life expectancy has increased dramatically around the world thanks to remarkable advances in science and health care. The development of vaccines and appropriate means of … Read More

What To Know About Zuranolone-The First FDA-Approved Oral Pill For Postpartum Depression.

The Food and Drug Administration approved a medication intended to treat postpartum depression on Friday, the first oral treatment to treat the depressive disorder that affects an estimated one in seven women … Read More

‘Powerful’ new RSV prevention drug should be available to all infants this fall, CDC says

Come fall, a new antibody drug should be available to protect U.S. newborns and infants younger than 8 months from severe RSV infections. Every infant and child under 8 months … Read More