Gospel for Asia Invades Africa

On April 13, Gospel for Asia — now called GFA World — published a news release with this title: Gospel  for  Asia  — Now GFA World — Launches its First-Ever Mission in  Africa Yohannan and company have launched a business in Rwanda and plan more in other African nations: Our work in Africa begins with GFA World Child Sponsorship in the slums of Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, one of the most densely populated African nations. This will be the first of many projects, each with the same vision we...
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Striking difference identified between mRNA vaccination vs. SARS-CoV-2 infection immune responses

A team of scientists from the United States has recently compared the immune response elicited by natural severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection and coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccination. Their findings reveal that, unlike vaccination, natural SARS-CoV-2 infection is associated with a robust interferon response together with an induction of cytotoxic gene expression in peripheral blood lymphocytes. The study is currently available on the medRxiv* preprin...
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Preclinical study from NIH/Moderna: Correlates of SARS-CoV-2 immunity in non-human primates

Researchers in the United States have shown that the antibody response induced by the Moderna mRNA-1273 vaccine against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is a correlate of immune protection against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in non-human primates.
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Drug-discovery collaboration finds potential new antimalarial drug candidates

Potential new antimalarial drug candidates are being developed through an extended drug-discovery collaboration between Australian medical research institute WEHI and Janssen Pharmaceutica NV. The collaboration was facilitated by Johnson & Johnson Innovation.
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Slow COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Tokyo could mean no Olympic and Paralympic Games

Researchers in Japan have warned that Tokyo's Olympic and Paralympic Games, which is set to start in July 2021, may need canceling if the rollout of vaccination to protect against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) continues at the slow pace it is now.
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Researchers discover molecule that provides dual protection against vascular inflammation

A multidisciplinary team of researchers from Duke-NUS Medical School and the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) in Singapore discovered a new mitochondrial peptide called MOCCI that plays an important role in regulating inflammation of blood vessel and immunity.
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COVISION research project launched to help children adjust to the challenges of Covid-19 pandemic

Today, Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O'Gorman, TD, launched the COVISION research project to help children and their communities around the world adjust to the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.
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California Goes From Worst To First In COVID Infection Rate

LOS ANGELES (AP/CBS13) — Just a few months ago, California was the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. Hospitals across the state were drowning in patients, and ambulances were idling outside with people struggling to breathe, waiting for beds to open. The death count was staggering — so many that morgues filled and refrigerated trucks were brought in to handle the overflow. Now as cases spike in other parts of the country, California has gone from worst to first with the lowest in...
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C-Path opens access to D-RSC database to accelerate therapy development for DMD

Critical Path Institute announced today that it will open access to the Duchenne Regulatory Science Consortium (D-RSC) database to qualified researchers, through its Rare Disease Cures Accelerator, Data and Analytics Platform.
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Respiratory symptoms more likely to develop when people use both e-cigarettes and tobacco cigarettes

Exclusively using (or "vaping") e-cigarettes can help people quit smoking, but many people using e-cigarettes to quit smoking continue to smoke cigarettes.
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Babies born to mothers with cannabis use disorder more likely to experience negative health outcomes

A study of almost 5 million live births in California by researchers at the Herbert Wertheim School of Public Health and Human Longevity Science at University of California San Diego reports that babies born to mothers diagnosed with cannabis use disorder were more likely to experience negative health outcomes, such as preterm birth and low birth weight, than babies born to mothers without a cannabis use disorder diagnosis.
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Clinical trial examines metabolic effects of natural compound NMN in people

A natural compound previously demonstrated to counteract aspects of aging and improve metabolic health in mice has clinically relevant effects in people, according to new research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
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Increased use of tourniquets has improved patient survival in Los Angeles County

Uncontrolled bleeding continues to be one of the most common causes of preventable death from a traumatic injury.
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University Of Minnesota to host new Organ and Tissue Preservation Center

The University of Minnesota is one of two institutions in the United States to host a new center established by the Biostasis Research Institute aimed at creating human organ banks through the cryogenic storage of organs donated for transplantation.
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Changing the treatment paradigm for ‘cold’ tumors

Not all cancerous tumors are created equal. Some tumors, known as "hot" tumors, show signs of inflammation, which means they are infiltrated with T cells working to fight the cancer. Those tumors are easier to treat, as immunotherapy drugs can then amp up the immune response.
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Study could lead to new ways of targeting harmful bacteria

Research has identified critical factors that enable dangerous bacteria to spread disease by surviving on surfaces in hospitals and kitchens.
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LAUSD’S outgoing superintendent offers to ‘be around’ to help with transition

LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner holds a press conference at Willow Elementary School in South Gate on Thursday, April 22, 2021 after welcoming back students. Beutner said this week he will not renew his contract when it ends in June. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner holds a press conference at Willow Elementary School in South Gate on Thursday, April 22, 2021 after welcoming back students. Beutner said this week he will not re...
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Repetitive subconcussive impacts trigger more changes in brain vital signs, research shows

Neuroscience researchers at Mayo Clinic Orthopedics and Sports Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota, U.S., the Health and Technology District and Simon Fraser University in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada have published the latest results of their ongoing multi-year hockey concussion study examining changes in subconcussive cognitive brain function in male youth ice hockey players.
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Interleukin 11-producing fibroblasts can be potential therapeutic targets for treating colorectal cancer

IL-11 is known to promote the development of colorectal cancer in humans and mice, but when and where IL-11 is expressed during cancer development is unknown.
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Experimental drug reverses key symptoms of Alzheimer's disease in mice

Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine have designed an experimental drug that reversed key symptoms of Alzheimer's disease in mice.
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Study finds higher mortality rate among pregnant women affected by COVID-19

In a worldwide study of 2,100 pregnant women, those who contracted COVID-19 during pregnancy were 20 times more likely to die than those who did not contract the virus.
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Race, neighborhood poverty, insurance associated with higher mortality in people under 40 with cancer

Being Black or Hispanic, living in high-poverty neighborhoods, and having Medicaid or no insurance coverage are associated with higher mortality in men and women under 40 with cancer, a review by UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers found.
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Study highlights the shortage of evidence for safe withdrawal from antidepressants

A new study has highlighted that while much is known about the ever increasing uptake of antidepressant medications around the world, there is very little evidence on safe and effective approaches to discontinuing treatment.
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North Hollywood tiny homes community nears opening; activists protest at ceremony

A new “tiny homes” community at North Hollywood’s Alexandria Park — much like one that opened nearby two months earlier, only bigger — is getting ready to open its doors to people experiencing homelessness next week. The site, which cost $44,000 per bed or $8.6 million total, is on city parks property along the Hollywood Freeway and is Los Angeles’ largest such development so far. It will include more than 103 sheds provided by the company Pallet Shelters, and a total of 200 beds. Ken Craft, the...
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New miniaturized model of neuromuscular junction formation provides insight into ALS

Skeletal muscles enable voluntary movements and are controlled by a special type of neurons called motor neurons, which make direct contact with skeletal muscles through so-called neuromuscular junctions (NMJs).
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Research data may provide new treatment options for hormone-dependent breast cancer

Notch proteins are key regulators of growth and differentiation of both normal and cancer cells. Researchers in Turku, Finland, have now demonstrated that the activities of distinct Notch family members are modified differently by phosphorylation.
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More Than 200 El Dorado Hills Students Asked To Quarantine Due To Uptick In COVID Cases

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Frequent internet usage may benefit older adults’ mental health during lockdown

A new study from the University of Surrey has found that among people aged 55 to 75 more frequent use of the internet was beneficial for mental health and quality of life under lockdown.
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LA officials push vaccines as daily stats continue to reveal improving scenario

Spread of the coronavirus continues to decrease in Los Angeles County, and health officials keep urging folks to get vaccinated to maintain that progress. L.A. County public health officials reported 439 new cases and 36 new deaths from COVID-19 Thursday, April 22, bringing the region’s total number of deaths to 23,736 and total cases to 1,230,362. There are 451 people currently hospitalized with the virus, 109 of whom are in intensive care, according to a state dashboard that reports a day ahea...
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One dose of Pfizer or Oxford jab reduces Covid infection rate by 65% – study

Analysis of test results from more than 350,000 people finds older people just as protected as youngerCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageOne shot of the Oxford/AstraZeneca or Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine reduces coronavirus infections by nearly two-thirds and protects older and more vulnerable people as much as younger, healthy individuals, a study has found.The results from Oxford University and the Office for National Statistics are a welcome boost to the vaccination progra...
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