Findings reveal female patients were perceived to be in less pain than males who reported and exhibited the same level of pain intensity.
Previous studies of related coronaviruses SARS and MERS found blocking DPP4 activity reduced inflammatory response. Researchers suggest drugs that target DPP4 could help to reduce the overexpression of inflammatory cytokines seen in severe COVID-19.
15-month-old infants with an older sibling on the autism spectrum, and who experience social difficulties, such as insecure-resistant parental attachment, are more than nine times more likely to be diagnosed with ASD.
Researchers present their findings about the acute neurosensory symptoms experienced by workers in the Havana embassy exposed to a unique sound and pressure phenomenon in 2016.
A new study examines how falling victim to a natural disaster, such as a hurricane, can impact a child's mental health. Researchers hope the study will help physicians to identify those children most at need of social support services following a disaster to aid their recovery.