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What is Behind Food Cravings During Pregnancy?

A food craving refers to a strong desire for a particular food. This desire often appears uncontrollable and generally originates from gratifying emotional wants, such as...

Racial Bias in AI Models of Cognitive, Behavioral, and Psychiatric Patterns

Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to play a role in predictive medicine, from prevention and diagnosis to treatment. Machine learning models have proved...

Promising Therapy for Treating Fatal Genetic Disorder 

A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America mentioned that some investigators have...

Does COVID-19 Risk Protect Against HIV?

Findings published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on February 21 highlighted that people who carry a genetic variant (a permanent alteration...

Traditional, complementary, and alternative medicine: definitions and pieces of evidence

When I think about medical practices outside the conventional healthcare system, it is impossible not to reflect on the seemingly modern concept of body...

Mosquitoes Learn to Avoid Pesticides Increasing Their Resistance to Chemical Controls

Mosquitoes Learn to Avoid Pesticides Increasing Their Resistance to Chemical Controls A research published yesterday in Scientific Report asserts that female Aedes aegypti and Culex...

Promising Research Detecting Ovarian Cancer Using Cervical Cells

Epithelial ovarian cancer has been identified as the most prevalent type of ovarian cancer. It generally affects the epithelial tissue, which refers to a...

COVID-19: People Discharged From Hospital Have Higher Risk for Adverse Outcomes and Death

A recent study carried out in the UK concluded that people discharged from COVID-19 hospital admission had markedly higher risks for rehospitalization and death...

Genetic Risk Factors Related to the Loss of Taste and Smell in Covid-19

Approximately 1.6 million individuals in the United States are still incapable of taste or smell, several months after being affected with COVID-19. In recent...

Omicron Variant: What should we know?

First identification On November 24, 2021, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported on a novel variant of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the...