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Stronger magnetic brain stimulation helps 90% of participants find relief from depression symptoms, study finds.
They gathered in Chicago to mourn a loved one's passing. But the new coronavirus was lurking among them, leading to a "super spreader" event that sickened 16 and killed three.
It's tragedies like these that have spurred extended stay-at-home orders across the United States along with bans on group gatherings as public health officials ...
British Prime Minister Boris Johnsonhas been taken out of intensive care at the London hospital where he has been treated for COVID-19, a Downing Street spokesman said Thursday.
Johnson, 55, remains hospitalized however, as his coronavirus symptoms persist, CNN reported.
The spokesman for the prime minister's office sa...
Your smartphone could help stem the spread of coronavirus, British researchers claim.
How? Their proposal for an app would record other app users who had recently been in close proximity. If a user became infected, he or she would update their status on their smartphone app, which would instantly and anonymously contact those app users...
Doctors at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) are enrolling patients in an international clinical trial to find out if inhaled nitric oxide benefits those with COVID-19 who have severely damaged lungs.
Right now, there are no approved treatments for the illness caused by the new coronavirus. A severe form of lung failure cal...
A clinical trial to assess the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for adults with COVID-19 is now underway, the U.S. National Institutes of Health said Thursday.
The drug, along with a similar medicine, chloroquine, has received much media attention after being repeatedly hyped by President Donald Trump as a "game chan...
Probiotic supplements containing "killed" bacteria might help some people with irritable bowel syndrome find relief, a new study suggests.
Experts said the findings add to evidence that certain probiotics can help some people with irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS. And it's the first trial to test a probiotic with bacteria that were hea...
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