Schwartzbaum evaluated blood samples from 974 people, half of whom went on to receive a brain-cancer diagnosis in the years after their blood was drawn. Building on previous research, Schwartzbaum was interested in the role of cytokines, proteins that communicate with one another and with immune cells to spark immune responses. In the new study, the researchers evaluated 277 cytokines in the blood samples and found less cytokine interaction in the blood of people who developed cancer.
Schools should offer food safety and nutrition education classes each semester, as well as provide students' health information to parents on a regular basis, the regulation said.
SYDNEY - Australia's largest city Sydney launched a COVID-19 testing blitz this week in an attempt to "mop up" lingering virus infections, primarily in the city's western suburbs.
Sales of Beijing's new residential housing plummeted by 50 percent year-on-year in the first quarter, mainly due to seasonal factors, research from Savills showed.
Sea ice has been at or near record lows in the Bering and Chukchi, and water temperatures have been persistently much higher than normal, an apparent consequence of human-caused climate change, scientists say.
School homework, use of electronic devices are major causes, report says.
Safety controls in key links in the production, transportation and storage of hazardous goods such as oil and gas will be strengthened, and the supervision and control of hazardous waste, including discarded hazardous chemicals, will be improved.
SYDNEY -- The Australian State of Queensland will close its border to the neighboring State of New South Wales (NSW) and Australian Capital Territory (ACT) from 1:00 am local time on Saturday amid fears of a second wave of COVID-19.
Saying that Tehran has been engaged in "a torrent of violent and destabilizing behavior" against the United States and its allies for nearly 40 years, Pompeo said, "We are committed to a whole-of-government effort to change the Iranian regime's behavior."
Sam Ol Ney, permanent representative of Cambodia to the UN office, said terrorism and extremism sabotaged peace and caused heavy casualties in Xinjiang. Terrorism, in whatever form, can't be forgiven, he said.