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Universal flu vaccine human trials; Tiktok gynecologic cancer advice misleading; Coffee linked to less depression, anxiety - Morning Medical Update


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Universal flu vaccine human trials

Human trials have begun for a universal flu vaccine, developed by the U.S. National Institutes of Health. FluMos-v2 is designed to protect against four strains of influenza A and two strains of influenza B. If successful, the vaccine would be administered less than once a year.

Tiktok gynecologic cancer advice misleading

Researchers found that most of the gynecologic cancer advice on Tiktok is wildly misleading. The false information is widely consumed - videos with the top five hashtags had more than 466 million views. “This data inspired a lot of questions about where to go next in addressing these inaccuracies,” senior study author Laura Chambers, DO, said in an interview.

Coffee linked to less depression, anxiety

Those who drink two or three cups of coffee a day are less likely to have depression and anxiety, according to new research. For every additional cup, symptoms increased. Previous research has also show that moderate coffee intake may reduce Type 2 diabetes, chronic liver disease, and stroke.

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