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A study led by an Oregon State University pharmaceutical sciences researcher has produced a proof of principle for a new “universal” means of treating COVID-19.
UVA Health researchers have discovered a molecule in the brain responsible for the immune system’s responses to Alzheimer’s disease and multiple sclerosis (MS).
What happens to your SPD’s water supply when floods, sewage backups, water main breaks, and other disasters happen? Water treatment facilities can’t keep up.
Comments are open on a draft Coronavirus Vaccines R&D Roadmap highlighting ways to develop effective vaccines for new COVID-19 variants and new coronaviruses.
Reducing the noise level in the OR may positively affect a child’s behavior, including fewer tantrums and more willingness to eat, after surgery and anesthesia.
When a hospital prepares to welcome accreditation surveyors, it is nerve-racking for everyone. As the SPD manager, how can you prepare your department and team?
The CDC expanded the use of updated (bivalent) COVID-19 vaccines to children ages 5 through 11 years following approval of the vaccines by the FDA.
During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, 4 of 10 Americans didn’t follow public health measures or lied about being compliant, according to a survey.
The first real-world study of PPE for sterile processing personnel found they may be exposed to tissue, blood, and other fluids, even when wearing PPE.
Monkeypox virus can be shed into the surrounding environment by infected people, and under the right conditions can remain infectious on surfaces for weeks.