More than 1B CVS Health records exposed in online database

Security researchers earlier this spring discovered a database containing more than a billion records, including emails that could be targeted in a phishing attack for social engineering. The database, which was not password-protected, was flagged by the WebsitePlanet research team in cooperation with Jeremiah Fowler. Public access to the data was restricted the same day that CVS Health was notified. […]

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CureVac may let contractors make rival vaccines if own shot fails – CEO

FILE PHOTO: A volunteer receives a dose of CureVac vaccine or a placebo during a study by the German biotech firm CureVac as part of a testing for a new vaccine against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Brussels, Belgium March 2, 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman/File PhotoFRANKFURT (Reuters) – German biotech firm CureVac could allow its network of manufacturing partners to be […]

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Ina Garten's Tuscan Lemon Chicken Is Perfect for an Outdoor Father's Day BBQ Celebration

Heading outdoors to celebrate Dad this Father’s Day? If this Sunday’s plans involve grilling and sipping on an ice-cold beverage, then look no further than Ina Garten‘s grilled Tuscan Lemon Chicken — a smoky, citrusy, garlicky dish perfect for barbecuing. Related story Costco Is Selling a Dupe of Ina Garten's Favorite Cast Iron Skillet & The Price Is so Good […]

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‘Mosquito smoothie’ innovation boosts future malaria vaccine potential

A faster method for collecting pure malaria parasites from infected mosquitos could accelerate the development of new, more potent malaria vaccines. The new method, developed by a team of researchers led by Imperial College London, enables more parasites to be isolated rapidly with fewer contaminants, which could simultaneously increase both the scalability and efficacy of malaria vaccines. The parasite that […]

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Cell death discovery could lead to new treatment for COPD

Research shows that inhibiting necroptosis, a form of cell death, could be a novel therapeutic approach for treating chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), an inflammatory lung condition, also known as emphysema, that makes it difficult to breathe. Published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, the study by a team of Australian and Belgian researchers, revealed elevated […]

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Prediction Rule Identifies Low Infection Risk in Febrile Infants

A clinical prediction rule combining procalcitonin, absolute neutrophil count, and urinalysis effectively identified most febrile infants at low risk for serious bacterial infections, based on data from 702 individuals The clinical prediction rule (CPR) described in 2019 in JAMA Pediatrics was developed by the Febrile Infant Working Group of the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) to identify febrile infants at […]

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