Unvaccinated individuals 14 times more likely to get monkeypox than vaccinated, new US data shows

Unvaccinated individuals 14 times more likely to get monkeypox than vaccinated, new US data shows

CNN  —  Eligible individuals who did not receive the monkeypox vaccine were around 14 times likelier to become infected with the virus than those who were vaccinated, according to federal government data posted by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That figure reflects the first wave of authoritative data collected by the Biden …

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Multicenter, Randomized Trial of a Bionic Pancreas in Type 1 Diabetes

Multicenter, Randomized Trial of a Bionic Pancreas in Type 1 Diabetes

The authors’ full names and academic degrees are as follows: Steven J. Russell, M.D., Ph.D., Roy W. Beck, M.D., Ph.D., Edward R. Damiano, Ph.D., Firas H. El-Khatib, Ph.D., Katrina J. Ruedy, M.S.P.H., Courtney A. Balliro, R.N., C.D.C.E.S., C.R.N.-B.C., Zoey Li, M.S., Peter Calhoun, Ph.D., R. Paul Wadwa, M.D., Bruce Buckingham, M.D., Keren Zhou, M.D., Mark …

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The Unexpected Cells Helping to Shape Young Brains

Summary: During brain development, oligodendrocyte precursor cells (OPCs) contribute to the neural pruning process, helping to shape the healthy development of the brain. Source: CSHL When the brain first wires itself up in early development, it creates more connections than it actually needs. Some of these connections, or synapses, will transmit critical signals as young …

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Hubble detects protective shield defending a pair of dwarf galaxies

Hubble detects protective shield defending a pair of dwarf galaxies

Credit: NASA For billions of years, the Milky Way’s largest satellite galaxies—the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds—have followed a perilous journey. Orbiting one another as they are pulled in toward our home galaxy, they have begun to unravel, leaving behind trails of gaseous debris. And yet—to the puzzlement of astronomers—these dwarf galaxies remain intact, with …

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UK central bank intervenes in market to halt economic crisis

UK central bank intervenes in market to halt economic crisis

LONDON (AP) — The Bank of England took emergency action Wednesday to stabilize U.K. financial markets and head off a crisis in the broader economy after the government spooked investors with a program of unfunded tax cuts, sending the pound tumbling and the cost of government debt soaring. The central bank warned that crumbling confidence …

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CDC Warns of Rising Enterovirus D68 Cases, a Virus Linked to Paralysis

CDC Warns of Rising Enterovirus D68 Cases, a Virus Linked to Paralysis

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is warning about an increase of a respiratory illness that’s linked to paralysis in kids. It’s called enterovirus D68, and the CDC says it’s currently on the rise in the U.S. The CDC shared the news in its Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, which points out that …

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U.S. Bank Stadium will host Kansas City vs. Tampa Bay game Sunday, if needed

U.S. Bank Stadium will host Kansas City vs. Tampa Bay game Sunday, if needed

U.S. Bank Stadium is the back-up option if the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers need to move their Sunday night game out of Florida because of damage from Hurricane Ian, a National Football League official said Wednesday. Jeff Miller, NFL senior vice president of health and safety policy, made the announcement on …

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See the First Eerie NASA Images of DART's Asteroid Crash Site

See the First Eerie NASA Images of DART’s Asteroid Crash Site

On Monday, the world watched as a little NASA spacecraft called DART met its explosive fate. This box, slightly bigger than an oven and winged with solar panels, had been fated to die since it left Earth in November.   The Double Asteroid Redirection Test’s mission was simple: Crash into a large asteroid so scientists can see …

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