How to Stop the Next Pandemic

It ’s not just Covid-19. Pathogens once confined to nature are making their way into humans on a more regular basis. And it’s our fault.
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We examined the association of depression with smartphone ownership in school children at four time points: September 2019, July 2020, December 2020, and March 2021. The analysis revealed an interaction between group and time, indicating that depressive symptoms among smartphone owners were significantly more severe than in the other group. These results were clearer for fourth-year students, pointing that smartphone possession at younger ages may be a risk factor for mental health in the new lifestyle caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2022, Advance Article DOI: 10.1039/D1CP05059A, PaperLiping Zhou, Leyun Wu, Cheng Peng, Yanqing Yang, Yulong Shi, Likun Gong, Zhijian Xu, Weiliang Zhu Some NTD residues including R246, Y144, K147, Y248, L249 and P251 have high risks for immune evasion from NTD-specific monoclonal antibodies, among which R246 is the most significant. To cite this article before page numbers are assigned, use the DOI form of citation above. The content of this RSS Feed (c) The Royal Society of Chemistry
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Health law expert Timothy Jost delves into the Supreme Court’s recent rulings on the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccination mandates.       
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The pandemic spotlighted what the company's technology could do, helping researchers developing a Covid test, but also led to a 10-20% temporary pay cut for employees.
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Health care workers continue to go above and beyond in their efforts to fight a global pandemic while also providing care for non-Covid patients. To honor their work, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal is seeking nominations for our second annual Health Care Heroes awards, which will recognize Twin Cities individuals in health care for their outstanding work and commitment to the field. We will have online nominations open for the 2022 awards until 11 p.m. Friday, March 4. We are seeking…
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This study helps us understand how modifiable lifestyle factors affect the mental health and well-being of adolescents, and it can inform the development of interventions to protect youth during a major life stress. This is important now, as we continue to grapple with the pandemic, and also in futu re crisis response at the local or national level.”To read more on this topic, see thePsychiatric News article “Long-Term Impact of COVID-19 on Children, Adolescents Constitutes Public Health Emergency. ”(Image: iStock/piola666)One Week Left to Vote in APA ’s 2022 Election!The voting period for APA &rsqu...
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M&A activity has ramped up nationwide due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Increasingly, scholars are studying food — its production, preparation, sharing, consumption and disposal — to better understand and tackle global challenges such as climate change, health and social disparities and labor conditions, and to improve access to information.Already a leader in the emerging field offood studies, UCLA has created an interdisciplinary institute devoted to research, teaching and policy about food, made possible by an anonymous $13.5 million gift.The UCLA Rothman Family Institute for Food Studies will bring together faculty, staff, students, chefs and members of the community and h...
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Booster shots of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines appear to be highly effective at preventing hospitalizations due to the Omicron variant, according to three new CDC studies.WebMD Health News
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Thirteen of Omicron ’s mutations should have hurt the variant’s chances of survival. Instead, they worked together to make it thrive.
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