Parkinson’s | Vaccine Science | Boosters and Omicron Variants | Gas | Whole Person Health

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Thursday, April 28, 2022


Progress in Parkinson’s

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A diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease can be life changing. Find out what researchers are doing to help. (From NIH News in Health)

Pathways: Vaccine Science

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In the latest issue of Pathways magazine, you’ll learn about the science behind mRNA vaccines and how researchers were equipped to respond to COVID-19. (From NIH’s NIGMS)

Antibodies Recognize New SARS-CoV-2 Omicron Variant After Booster

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After a booster vaccination, levels of antibodies in the blood that could help fight off a new Omicron subvariant increased greatly. (From NIH Research Matters)


A man holding his stomach.

Learn about the signs, causes, and treatment options for gas in your digestive tract. (From NIH’s NIDDK)

Whole Person Health

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Whole person health involves looking at more than just separate organs or body systems, and considering broad factors that promote either health or disease. (From NIH’s NCCIH)