There is ongoing interest in potential unwanted side effects associated with COVID-19 vaccination. While many of the original theories on adverse events were deemed conspiracy theories, some data are emerging that suggest that COVID-19 vaccination may lead to some unintended health consequences. A new case study published in the journal Cureus … [Read more...]
Can COVID-19 Vaccination Cause Vitiligo?
Can Some Flu Vaccines Exacerbate Asthma Symptoms?
The use of vaccines in children has perhaps never been more controversial than it is now, following the development and distribution of child vaccines for COVID-19. Flu vaccines have long been recommended in children. In those with asthma, the value of flu vaccines is complicated by both the impact of flu on asthma symptoms and the potential impact … [Read more...]
Can A Bionic Pancreas Help Those with Diabetes?
Type 1 diabetes, which present from childhood, is a chronic condition wherein the pancreas makes an inadequate amount of insulin, if any. This autoimmune disease can lead to excess sugar build up if not treated properly. As a result, those with Type 1 diabetes usually take daily synthetic insulin and monitor their blood sugar levels regularly to … [Read more...]
Can Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Improve Sleep?
Healthy sleep habits are known to be critical for both physical and mental health. Those who suffer from depression and anxiety often have sleep disturbance as a comorbidity. In late-life depression and anxiety, for instance, sleep disturbances are often observed. Nonetheless, physicians find treatment strategies in this group of patients often … [Read more...]
How Do Race, Ethnicity, and Learning Environments Impact Burnout?
The healthcare industry has seen a large rise in burnout prevalence in recent years. The burnout threatens to jeopardize patient health and the careers of those in the medical field. Though burnout is readily identified, little has been done to successfully reduce this growing problem. Research efforts are therefore underway to improve our … [Read more...]