Wilderness medicine is a rapidly evolving field, and has benefitted from expanded research efforts. As new research emerges, some guidelines have been updated to reflect the most current and sound scientific conclusions, this blog by Arghavan Omidi, Dylan Kain, Farah Jazuli, Milca Meconnen, Andrea K. Boggild looks at some of these updates.
A recently published report by Robert Cross, myself and our colleagues in Virology Journal demonstrates that the African green monkey is an accurate model of human COVID-19 and provides new insight into several important aspects of COVID-19.
We feature here a selection of review articles published recently in AIDS Research & Therapy and other journals, shedding light on fundamental aspects, as well as comparatively less explored issues, in HIV and AIDS research.
Pain alleviation during immunization procedures have been suggested to improve the acceptance of vaccine and possibly reduce parental vaccination hesitancy too. Studies in infants up to 6 months old, have shown that breastfeeding during vaccine injection is effective in reducing acute procedural pain during routine childhood immunizations.