Month: September 2021

There may soon be a vaccine available that blocks the addictive euphoric and harmful effects of opioid use. The vaccine is entering a phase I clinical trial, the first human-tested clinical trial of this type of vaccine.1 Developed by researchers at the University of Minnesota, the vaccine may help alleviate the opioid overdose crisis; in
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Cryolipolysis, also referred to as ‘cool sculpting’ or ‘fat freezing’, is a popular cosmetic procedure for fat reduction. It was first introduced in 2008 and became FDA-approved for the treatment of multiple areas between 2010 and 2016.1 Interest in cryolipolysis as a non-surgical modality for body contouring has grown as an alternative to invasive procedures
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A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine reported on data from 187 hospitals in the United States, where individuals treated with 2-dose COVID-19 vaccines were prevented from hospitalizations, emergency visits to hospitals, or even intensive care admissions as a result of virus exposure. Electronic health records (EHRs) providing real-world evidence suggested
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