Scientists find traditional herbal medicine works against malaria

Pharmacists from Ethiopia and Germany have studied Ranunculus multifidus, a yellow-flowered buttercup that has been used in traditional medicine for malaria and say it shows promise, especially with the emergence of strains resistant to chloroquine. Each year more than 400,000 people pass away malaria – a preventable and treatable disease. …

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Veterinarians Receive 2021 Boehringer Ingelheim Awards for Advancing Equine Research – Business Solutions for Equine Practitioners

Since 2011, Boehringer Ingelheim has contributed nearly $ 700,000 to advance knowledge about equine disease, including the $ 75,000 in grants awarded this year. Thinkstock photo Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health (BI) announced the recipients of the 2021 Awards for Advancing Equine Research at the American Association of Equine Practitioners Annual …

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Australian Clinical Labs Continues To Raise Money From COVID Testing; again improves its orientations

The arrival of omicron in Australia has led to a further increase in COVID testing volumes and Australian Clinical Laboratories (ASX: ACL) is one of the beneficiary companies. This morning, the company improved its forecast for the first half of fiscal 22 for the second time in four months. Once …

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What happens if you test positive for Covid while traveling?

Either way, for better or for worse, these are just recommendations. Some employers, educational institutions, states and counties have additional isolation policies, but few places actively enforce quarantine. Depending on where you tested positive, you might receive a call from a contact tracer. Or maybe not. So what if you …

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Antibodies found in shark could fight Covid-19 and its variants, new study finds

We are all aware that new variants of Covid-19 constantly pose new challenges for scientists, but according to a new study conducted at the University of Wisconsin in the United States, the antibody-like protein found in the immune system of sharks is not only useful in the prevention of the …

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French bulldogs have a higher risk of 20 common health conditions

French Bulldogs have a significantly higher chance of being diagnosed with 20 common disorders compared to other dog breeds, research published in the journal reports Canine medicine and genetics. To reduce the risk of respiratory disorders associated with the shorter muzzle and flat head typical of French bulldogs, the authors …

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Senior SCSU named in AT&T “Dream in Black” program | Local

When Te’Dajia Davenport’s grandmother, Vivian Hoover, saw a TV spot on AT & T’s “Dream in Black Rising Future Makers”, she encouraged the South Carolina State University senior to apply. . “I probably did my video 15 times before I got it right,” Davenport said. “I was tripping over my …

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The difference between Japan, Korea and the United States

RECENTLY, a Korean journalist stationed in Tokyo wrote a funny article comparing Japan, South Korea and the United States. He recounted his experience in each of the three countries when he tried to change the delivery date of a TV he had purchased. In Japan, the customer service agent was …

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Hemanext prolongs the lifespan of red blood cells and reduces the frequency of transfusions in hematologic malignancies

Steven L. Spitalnik, MD, discusses the evolution of red blood cell storage and the potential impact the Hemanext storage technique could have on patients with hematologic malignancies. According to Steven L. Spitalnik, MD, improvements in blood storage that prolong the lifespan of red blood cells (RBCs) will ultimately allow patients …

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Man convicted of robbing NJ veterinary office hours apart from supermarket

A New Jersey man was sentenced this week to 13 years in state prison after being convicted earlier this year of robbing a veterinary office and a supermarket in Burlington County in 2019, authorities said. Craig Greene, 49, of Maple Shade was convicted in September of robbery, theft by illegal …

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