Day: September 15, 2020

Bill Gates wonders whether FDA can be trusted on a COVID vaccine

Philanthropist says political pressure cost agency credibility

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Personalized Medicine Market to Witness a Pronounce Growth During 2016-2026

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Sep 11, 2020 (MARKITWIRED via COMTEX) —
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FMI, in its upcoming business report, elaborates the historicaland current scenario of the global PersonalizedMedicine market in terms of production, consumption, volume, and value. Thereport scrutinizes the market into various segments, regions and players on thebasis of demand pattern and growth prospects.

Crucial information and forecast statistics covered in the PersonalizedMedicine market report will arm both existing and emerging market players withnecessary insights to

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More people are visiting the dentist for cracked teeth post COVID-19 lockdown

Dentists are facing an unintended consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic as more people visit their clinics with cracked teeth.

Since reopening her clinic in June, Dr. Sura Hadad said about 50 patients have come to get treated for teeth fractures or jaw pain.

There are several causes for these issues, but increased stress is one of the most prevalent reasons post-COVID-19. Elevated stress levels may lead people to grind their teeth unconsciously when they’re awake or during sleep.

“Some people (clench or grind their teeth) when they’re driving, exercising, or when they’re watching TV or working on the computer,” said Hadad.

For Dr. Jainin Wolfe, a dentist in Oxford, grinding was a problem many patients faced while her clinic was shut down. Wolfe said she also faced the problem herself.

“I was answering a lot of phone calls and I would say symptoms associated with clenching and grinding were about

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