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A new study shows healthcare facilities that actively partner with an automated hand hygiene monitoring system vendor see greater improvement in hand hygiene.
A Phase 3 clinical trial evaluating the antiviral tecovirimat, also known as TPOXX, is now enrolling adults and children with monkeypox infection in the US.
A new study suggests the potential for prion disease to be transmitted from one species to another can be predicted based on structural information.
Studying for certification exams is important, but do you get study paralysis? Let’s explore the types of study paralysis and how you can move past them.
CAMBRIDGE, MA—A new study from MIT shows that while computational models may one day provide a faster, cheaper way to identify new drugs, they aren't there yet. Current screening methods for potential drugs are prohibitively expensive and time-consuming. That's one...
Chemists at ETH Zurich have found a facile method that allows a commonly used building block to be directly converted into other types of important compounds.
New research shows that antibodies targeting the patient’s own body may contribute to the debilitating set of symptoms commonly referred to as “long COVID-19.”
A naturally-occurring compound, known as hydroquinine, could become a critical tool in the fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria, a new study suggests.
The FDA amended Moderna’s and Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine emergency use authorizations to allow bivalent formulations for use as single-dose boosters.
Despite technological advancements, sterile processing employees are dissatisfied. Let’s look at ways we can help technicians feel more connected and engaged.