Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Novel study design could improve research on future pandemics

A special report published in The Journal of Applied Laboratory Medicine describes the design, operations, and methodology of the COVID Immunity Study, a large-scale scientific study by ADLM that took place in September 2021. ...


Threats to public health workers

While doctors and nurses were hailed as the frontline heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic, their counterparts in public health were experiencing threats. During the pandemic, threats against public health workers reached an all-time ...


What you need to know about the new RSV shot for babies

Ahead of the winter respiratory virus season, many parents were relieved the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a shot to combat respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, for infants and toddlers this summer.


Sleepless cities: How urban noise and light keep us up at night

Living in cities that never sleep has its price: inhabitants are getting less, worse quality, sleep. We cannot forget that sleep, though often undervalued, is a fundamental part of staying in good health. It is well established ...

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