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Research And JournalsHighlights from the journal CHEST®, June 2021Jun 16, 2021


Coronavirus activates a stem cell–mediated defense mechanism that reactivates dormant tuberculosis (TB) in a mouse model and has implications for developing new vaccines and avoiding a global TB pandemic, report investigators in The American Journal of Pathology


Journal of Dairy Science® reports development of a modified milk calibration sample set to improve accuracy of milk urea nitrogen testing


Addition of a simple processing step to saliva samples before testing may improve COVID-19 detection rate, eliminate the challenges of nasopharyngeal testing, and facilitate mass surveillance, researchers report in The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics


Online shopping was associated with lower spending on certain unhealthy, impulse-sensitive foods, according to a new study in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior


An integrative review in the Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences examines the effectiveness of using virtual reality to train healthcare providers in empathy


Research And JournalsChildhood disadvantage affects brain connectivityMay 18, 2021

Positive home, school environment can mitigate risk


A microchip technology test kit may facilitate point-of-care testing in remote locations, clinics and airports while providing similar accuracy to the tube-based real-time PCR tests, investigators report in The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics


Researchers reporting in JDS Communications™  found overstated microorganism density and nonlabelled bacterial species, potentially misleading consumers


While patients are embracing telemedicine, significant numbers of cardiology trainees are uncomfortable with telemedicine according to survey results reported in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology


Researchers highlight the importance of incorporating strategies to reduce social isolation and promote successful aging, in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine


Consumer education is needed to increase understanding of food date labels according to a new study in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior


In The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics investigators share a new methodology for testing pooled samples that maximizes the proportion of samples resolved after a single round of testing


A new nearly yearlong study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine finds that lower-income and Republican-leaning communities are less likely to socially distance than other communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, suggesting the need for more nimble policy


Starting today, over 65 carefully selected journal articles and book chapters will be publicly available to raise awareness of Earth Day 2021