News Team member Saif Hossain reveals a significant discovery about COVID-19's ability to alter gene expression in bone marrow stem cells, potentially impacting long-term health. This breakthrough at Weill Cornell Medicine offers new insights into the virus's far-reaching effects beyond the respiratory system.
New from the News Team: Focusing on the critical issues of abortion access, the rise of respiratory illness in dogs, systemic barriers faced by the homeless, and the often-overlooked dangers of indoor air pollution.
New from the News Team: Explore topics from the environmental repercussions of food waste and the intriguing science behind the NBA, to the unexpected phenomenon of chimpanzee menopause. Uncover challenges like the rise of counterfeit Ozempic pens, healthcare workers' increasing burnout, and the decline in Americans updating their COVID-19 vaccinations.
New from the EmoryCSHH News Team: Dive into this week's Health Digest, featuring discussions on deep sleep, the environmental impact of hallucinations, insights into long Covid's lingering effects, and the surge in digital health investments. Also, stay informed about the pressing global climate crisis and marvel at the unveiling of the most comprehensive human brain map ever created.
New from the News Team: The CDC allows an extra Covid booster, how ChatGPT will influence healthcare, and affordable care for DACA recipients
New from the @EmoryCSHH News Team: COVID nasal spray, Johnson & Johnson billion-dollar talc settlement, and dementia light therapy
New from the @EmoryCSHH News Team: the origins of COVID, insulin price capping, and further restriction on abortion pills
New from the @EmoryCSHH News Team: major eye drop recall, the"flu-ification" of COVID policy, and advances in CRISPR technology
New from the @EmoryCSHH News Team: J&J ends HIV vaccine trial, the gap in women’s healthcare, the future of wastewater monitoring, and COVID spike in China on the horizon
New from the @EmoryCSHH News Team: A renaissance for rowing machines, and how COVID-19 affected depression and menstrual cycles.