Study Says Gov't Wasted Billions on Flu Drugs that Won't Stop Pandemics

Cochrane Collaboration, an independent network of research scientists, has said that governments who stockpile Roche's flu medicine Tamiflu and GlaxoSmithKline's drug Relenza are wasting billions of dollars on a drugs with doubtful effectiveness.
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A PROFESSOR has warned how changes to people's regular routine during coronavirus lockdown are affecting the 24-hour sleep-wake cycles
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CONCLUSION On the whole, FDA seems very enthusiastic about the possibilities for AI to improve healthcare.  That’s gratifying to see. While progress in the development of a new regulatory approach is slow, that’s also not all bad. It would be worse in many ways for FDA to act precipitously.  These are complicated issues, and it will take time to develop an appropriate approach, in part because it will take time for FDA to acquire enough expertise. And most likely, whatever new approach we come up with will require new statutory authority. That said, it is incumben...
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China's Wuhan city, where the global coronavirus pandemic began, is still testing residents regularly despite relaxing its tough two-month lockdown, with the country wary of a rebound in cases even as it sets its sights on normalising the economy.
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More than 10,000 people have responded to an Israeli woman’s Facebook plea to help overworked health-care professionals on the frontline of the country’s battle against the coronavirus pandemic
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Schools that feed millions of children from low-income families across the U.S. promised to keep providing meals during the coronavirus pandemic
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People who must continue working during the coronavirus pandemic are performing a quiet calculus each day as they try to stay safe while commuting
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Remaining workers face longer hoursand in some cases, pay cuts and reduced benefits.
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You're reading Baking for Anxiety: How It Helps Me Cope, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. Are you feeling like an autumn leaf caught in a tornado right now? You are far from alone. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life as people know it, and many folks are battling unprecedented levels of anxiety at the moment.  One ritual that never fails to soothe me is getting in the kitchen and donning my baking apron. The room itself is my happy place, and the act of making something to delight my family help...
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