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This Vaccine Is Making Some People Sick

According to the Center for Disease Control, Zostavax is a medication that was licensed in 2006 to treat shingles. It is administered through a shot and only one dose is given to protect individuals from acquiring shingles. While the product is marketed as a safeguard against the shingles virus, the vaccine has caused adverse effects… Read More »

Making Keto Effective for Your Body

Every diet plan affects people differently depending on what body type the person has, and the keto diet is slowly becoming a household staple among dieticians and weight loss aficionados. Keto has shown to be consistently effective even though different people of varying body types have tried it. One of the best reasons it’s increasingly… Read More »

Making radiation therapy less toxic to the heart

SPOKANE, Wash. – Panshak Dakup, a WSU Spokane graduate student, received a Pre‑doctoral Fellowship from the American Heart Association. The two‑year fellowship comes with $ 53,688 to support his research, which he is conducting in the laboratory of Shobhan Gaddameedhi at the WSU College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (CPPS). “We are interested in pursuing this study because heart failure… Read More »