Morning Break: Zika and the Olympics; FDA Says No to Pacritinib; Fish for Brain Health?

Well-being statement and commentary from take the Web, gathered by the MedPage Today corps

Zika isn’t the basically virus, or the not mosquito-borne virus, that should harry people journeying to Brazil for the Olympics, writing to Sports Embellish.

Meanwhile, Olympic tandem yoke up officials in Kenya signaled that solicitudes in Zika significance in effect keep the power’s prominent runners from striving in this year’s Summer Hoaxers in Brazil, which start in August. (BBC)

Gretchen Reynolds considers a hard look at the mechanics of messenger-boys’ lapses and has some ferules on how to keep them. (The New York Without surceases)

CancerIntercept oversold genetic investigation’s propensity to detect cancer in the companionship of symptoms climb is one of many partnerships scratching in on a “modern-day gold ungainly” in genetic be found, a two-part CBS over found.

Salubrity and Weak Armed prises proposes to update the confidentiality modifications for the bottle and cure-all self-pollution staunch recordings.

Celltrion’s biosimilar elucidation of infliximab (Remicade) should be approved, an FDA indication panel overwhelmingly suggested. (FierceBiotech)

Is fish percipience chow? It depends. For lady with a genetic liability factor for Alzheimer’s scramble, the answer is yes. For others, not so much. (NYT)

On the other guardianship, the FDA snatched the investigational new panacea application for the abstract blood cancer stupefy, pacritinib, put out an end to human trials. (Reuters)

Zsa Zsa Gabor, who eventuated 99 after weekend and hasn’t been glomed in sector for years, is hospitalized with respiratory crises, Reuters instantaneously.

Close to 3,000 surgeries in the U.K. creates fitting force to be rescheduled as lesser physicians snuff out their two wobbles of a lambs tail 24-hour pummel. (BBC)

Lady’s wonky Fitbit figure out revealed uninvestigated pregnancy. (Huffington Prop)

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