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Disney World aims for July reopening: Should I go?

The wait for a date is over: Disney has proposed a phased reopening starting on July 11 with Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom. EPCOT and Hollywood...

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Managing COVID-19 Risk With Common Immune Disorders - MedicineNet Health News

What does diabetes have in common with lupus, organ transplants, and smoking? Coronavirus worry...

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Researchers Discover Disabling Protein-coding Gene Could Prevent Obesity In Mice

Inhibiting an immune cell gene in rats prevents them from becoming obese even if they consume a...

discovered 12 seconds ago on International Business Times

Adverum Biotechnologies, Inc. (ADVM) Q1 2020 Earnings Call Transcript

Today we issued a press release announcing our new INFINITY trial for ADVM-022 in Diabetic Macular...

discovered 12 seconds ago on Motley Fool

Does 'Dementia Gene' Double Risk of Severe COVID-19?

UK/US observational research finds having a faulty gene linked to dementia doubles the risk of a person developing severe COVID-19 even if they haven't...

discovered 12 seconds ago on Medscape

Sanofi Adds Firepower in Exiting $13 Billion Regeneron Stake

The Regeneron exit, part of Sanofi Chief Executive Officer Paul Hudson’s revamped strategy to focus...

discovered 2 days ago on Bloomberg via Yahoo Finance

Xconomy: Viacyte Adds $27M to Move Ahead Trio of Stem Cell Diabetes Treatments

The company says the money will go to further develop the three diabetes treatment programs it has...

discovered 2 days ago on Xconomy

Coronavirus: its impact cannot be explained away through the prism of race

From the start of the coronavirus pandemic, there has been an attempt to use science to explain the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on different groups through the prism of race. The way ...

discovered 2 days ago on The Conversation via Yahoo News UK




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