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LogRhythm Announces Customer Satisfaction Score Increase Of 50 Percent and The Addition Of New Product and Human Resources Executives During The First Half Of 2020

The rise in satisfaction is a testament to LogRhythm’s commitment to providing for its customers throughout COVID-19 Sept. 22, 2020 — LogRhythm, the company powering today’s security operations centres (SOCs), today announced the firm experienced a 50 percent increase in its Net Promoter Score (NPS) and external customer review scores in the first half of… Read More »

Germany’s CureVac to launch human trial of experimental coronavirus vaccine – regulator

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Unlisted German biotech firm CureVac will become the second company to launch human trials of an experimental coronavirus vaccine in the country, Germany’s vaccines regulator said on Wednesday. Reuters reported on Tuesday that the watchdog, the Paul Ehrlich Institut, would approve testing on humans of the experimental vaccine. [L8N2DT5XC] Reporting by Ludwig… Read More »

Challenges of human nutrition research – Science Magazine

In 1945, a domiciled feeding study carried out at the University of Minnesota involved participants being fed a semistarvation diet. PHOTO: WALLACE KIRKLAND/THE LIFE PICTURE COLLECTION VIA GETTY IMAGES Nutrition is fundamentally important for human health (1), but there is widespread public confusion about what constitutes a healthy diet. Flip-flopping headlines report conflicting information about… Read More »

Can you give a dog human diuretics

So I am assuming the additional coughing is because of the fluid in the lungs. Just make sure he’s eating ok and you’re supplementing potassium. This is the site I will always come can you give a dog human diuretics when I need a second opinion. Local Vet ckd blood less than a month ago.… Read More »

A comprehensive catalogue of human digestive tract bacteria

Anne Trafton | MIT News Office  The human digestive tract is home to thousands of different strains of bacteria. Many of these are beneficial, while others contribute to health problems such as inflammatory bowel disease. Researchers from MIT and the Broad Institute have now isolated and preserved samples of nearly 8,000 of these strains, while… Read More »

Chinese scientists give monkeys human brain genes in ‘morally risky’ experiment

Their brains may not be bigger than normal, but monkeys created with human brain genes are exhibiting cognitive changes that suggest they might be smarter — and the experiments have ethicists shuddering. In the wake of the genetically modified human babies scandal, Chinese scientists are drawing fresh condemnation from philosophers and ethicists, this time over… Read More »