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The Impact of Opioid Use Disorder Services on Overdose Deaths
Access to telehealth and medications for opioid use disorder during the pandemic reduced drug overdose deaths
NIH Launches Telehealth COVID-19 Testing and Treatment Program
The Home Test to Treat initiative partners with health departments in high-risk communities to provide free COVID-19 testing and access to…
mRNA Vaccine Technology: A Promising Idea for Fighting HIV
Testing of mRNA HIV vaccines in humans is underway
Evaluating the Safety of COVID-19 Treatment During Pregnancy
A small study has confirmed that Paxlovid is a safe treatment for pregnant people with COVID-19.
Antiviral Treatment Reduces Likelihood of Severe Illness From Omicron
Researchers have found that Paxlovid (nirmatrelvir and ritonavir) is effective at preventing severe COVID-19 from the Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2.
Creating an Easy-to-Use Portable Ventilator
Researchers are testing the use of an easy-to-use portable ventilator (pictured above) in patients with mild and moderate lung injury.
Researchers Discover Potential New Antiviral Against COVID-19
NMT5 coats the receptors of healthy cells and temporarily changes their shape, making it harder for SARS-CoV-2 to infect the cells.
Poor Immune Response After Treatment Likely Not Responsible for “COVID Rebound”
An overactive immune system going after traces of viral RNA may be the cause of COVID-19 symptoms after treatment.
Antiviral Nasal Spray Shows Promise Fighting COVID-19
Nasal spray protects human cells and mice from SARS-CoV-2 infection, prevents severe COVID-19 in mice
Understanding the Range of Reactions to SARS-CoV-2
Researchers study mice in hopes of understanding COVID-19 outcomes in people
Targeting COVID-19 Variants to Stop Infection Before It Begins
In early studies, a “decoy” protein successfully blocked variants of SARS-CoV-2 from infecting cells