As Tripledemic Of Flu, RSV, And Covid-19 Surges Shortages Of Drugs Are Having A Disproportionate Impact On Children

Baby with Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) in hospital. getty In the U.S., all but 6 states are currently experiencing “high” or “very high” respiratory virus levels. The nation is faced…

Indian Drugs, Sold Worldwide, Sometimes Deadly

They had fevers, aches, runny noses, the normal stuff of childhood. The kind of illnesses for which a doctor would prescribe cough syrup. But the children’s condition only worsened. They…

Corporate food, corporate prescription drugs, and corporate-funded vaccinations are a trifecta of toxicity – NaturalNews.com

(Natural News) Are you one of those people who enter grocery stores and wander down the “corporate aisles” wondering what to buy for breakfasts, lunches and dinners? Maybe you’re cooking…

Old drugs offer new ways of treating bowel cancer — ScienceDaily

Old medicines, combined in new ways, are showing promise for treating bowel cancer, a group of University of Auckland researchers has found. “While there have been advances in treatments for…

Beyond Drugs: Doctor’s Holistic Approach Can Thwart Cognitive Decline

Amid the desperate search for effective Alzheimer’s treatments lies a ray of hope: holistic approaches that can protect the mind against the devasting effects of the disease. Shuvendu Sen, MD,…

Repurposing existing drugs to fight new COVID-19 variants | MSUToday

Finding new ways to treat the novel coronavirus and its ever-changing variants has been a challenge for researchers, especially when the traditional drug development and discovery process can take years.…

Subtle structural changes in virus’s ‘main protease’ over a range of temperatures may point to new targets for antiviral drugs — ScienceDaily

Scientists studying a COVID-19 coronavirus enzyme at temperatures ranging from frosty to human-body warm discovered subtle structural shifts that offer clues about how the enzyme works. The findings, published in…

Atomic-resolution pictures could eventually lead to better cancer drugs, researchers say — ScienceDaily

Using UT Southwestern’s Cryo-Electron Microscopy Facility, researchers have captured images of an enzyme for Wnt lipidation, which is pivotal to human development and cancer and crucial for Wnt signaling activation.…

Over the course of a month, mice taking triptan migraine drugs ate less and lost more weight than other animals — ScienceDaily

Triptans, a commonly prescribed class of migraine drugs, may also be useful in treating obesity, a new study by scientists at UT Southwestern suggests. In studies on obese mice, a…

The system rapidly scans the genome of cancer cells, could help researchers find targets for new drugs. — ScienceDaily

Cancer cells can have thousands of mutations in their DNA. However, only a handful of those actually drive the progression of cancer; the rest are just along for the ride.…