Dr. Edjah Nduom

Articles National Institutes of Health ( NIH ) National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke ( NIHDS ) Success Stories: Edjah K. Nduom Edjah K. Nduom, MD Assistant Clinical Investigator Surgical Neurology Branch National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke National Institutes of Health Link From bench to bedside and back: Balancing a career in … Continue reading Dr. Edjah Nduom

Dr. Nadine Burke Harris

Nadine Burke Harris Who is She? Nadine Burke Harris is a Canadian-American pediatrician who has been the Surgeon General of California since 2019; she is the first person appointed to that position. She is known for linking adverse childhood experiences and toxic stress with harmful effects on health later in life.   Videos Nadine Burke … Continue reading Dr. Nadine Burke Harris

Moncef Slaoui – Covid-19 – Operation Warp Speed

  Moncef Slaoui, the scientific head of Operation Warp Speed, spent 29 years making vaccines at GlaxoSmithKline. Bio Born in Muslim-majority Morocco, he headed to Europe for his education and is a fluent Arabic, French, and English, speaker. Upon arriving in America in the 1980s, he pursued career fighting diseases like cervical cancer, meningitis, and … Continue reading Moncef Slaoui – Covid-19 – Operation Warp Speed

Vaccines & Immunizations:- Terms

Background Let us list some of the terms you might possibly hear when vaccines and immunizations are being discussed. Terms   Subject Term Description Infection Symptom Asymptomatic Infection The presence of infection without symptoms. Also known as Asymptomatic infection, Subclinical Infection, and Inapparent infection. Immune System Condition Immunosuppression When the immune system is unable to … Continue reading Vaccines & Immunizations:- Terms

The New Yorker:- A President Looks Back on His Toughest Fight

Stories The story behind the Obama Administration’s most enduring—and most contested—legacy: reforming American health care. Link   Our first spring in the White House arrived early. As the weather warmed, the South Lawn became almost like a private park to explore. There were acres of lush grass ringed by massive, shady oaks and elms and … Continue reading The New Yorker:- A President Looks Back on His Toughest Fight

Covid-19 & Mental Health

Background Sadness of life includes how illnesses can interplay and cause increased havoc. Here is a confirming story.   Articles Outline The Boston Globe Study finds altered mental state in nearly one-third of COVID-19 patients Link The Boston Globe Study finds altered mental state in nearly one-third of COVID-19 patients Link Nearly a third of … Continue reading Covid-19 & Mental Health

Coronavirus :- Dr. Bruce Aylward – World Health Organization ( WHO ) – Assistant Director

Bruce Aylward Who is Bruce Aylward? WHO Link Dr Aylward is currently on loan from WHO to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to lead a newly established Change Management Unit. In this capacity he is responsible for taking forward the recommendations from a wide-ranging functional review of OCHA to … Continue reading Coronavirus :- Dr. Bruce Aylward – World Health Organization ( WHO ) – Assistant Director

Coronavirus

  Videos CGTN Coronavirus: How the deadly epidemic sparked a global emergency | Four Corners Profile At 10 a.m. on January 23, Wuhan went into lockdown. This was done to stop a deadly virus from spreading further across the nation. It was one day before Chinese New Year's Eve, a major travel day for people … Continue reading Coronavirus

Maggie Fox :- Smoking Permanently Damages Your DNA, Study Finds

  Link Smoking scars DNA in clear patterns, researchers reported Tuesday. Most of the damage fades over time, they found — but not all of it. Their study of 16,000 people found that while most of the disease-causing genetic footprints left by smoking fade after five years if people quit, some appear to stay there … Continue reading Maggie Fox :- Smoking Permanently Damages Your DNA, Study Finds