Single-Cell Spatial Analysis for Immunotherapy Response Prediction in Early TNBC Shows Promise

Via Peters

Imaging mass cytometry at the single-cell level showed potential as an immunotherapy response prediction tool in early triple-negative breast cancer. Benefits of adding atezolizumab (Tecentriq) to neoadjuvant chemotherapy in patients with high-risk early and locally advanced triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) was possible to determine with imaging mass cytometry (IMC) for […]

How to Get Through the Afternoon Without Caffeine

Via Peters

Source: Clay Banks/Unsplash It happens right after lunch—you begin to feel sluggish, unproductive, and exhausted, and there are still hours left before you can end your day and relax. We’ve all been there before. Whether you are in the middle of your busy workday, at home caring for young children, […]

Tips for Dealing With Stress and Anxiety

Via Peters

©ISTOCKPHOTO.COM / SKYNESHER With the school year in full swing, kids have been interacting with peers in person every day for a few months now. But despite a return to some normalcy on the classroom front, many children are experiencing high levels of anxiety. For some, school was a primary […]

Perimenopause & Depression: Risk, Symptoms and Causes

Via Peters

Symptoms Their symptoms of perimenopause can be mild, moderate or disabling, like they were in Markey’s case, and can include feelings of hopelessness, fatigue, moving or talking more slowly, feeling restless or having trouble sitting still, thoughts of death or suicide, suicide attempts, andaches or pains, headaches, cramps or digestive […]

Benefits and Foods to Try

Via Peters

Congestive heart failure (CHF) is a serious medical condition in which the heart doesn’t pump blood as well as it should. Conditions such as high blood pressure and coronary artery disease can lead to CHF.  What you eat can have a big impact on your heart health, whether you are […]

How to Improve Your Mental Health in 2022

Via Peters

The year 2021 was one of emotional whiplash. There was anticipation for vaccines, followed by confusing rollouts. Then, we saw some hope as many Americans were inoculated, only to find new variants, a tumultuous news cycle and widespread confusion around the bend. The good news is that people across the […]

Sickle cell disease treatment for young children expands

Via Peters

One of the few medications for sickle cell disease is now available for children as young as 4 years old, a promising step toward expanding treatment options for a painful blood disorder that has historically been underfunded. Global Blood Therapeutics, a San Francisco-based pharmaceutical company, in mid-December received approval from […]