New research suggests rigorous meditation may boost genetic activity involved in regulating immune response.
The conclusions drawn were part of an analysis of data involving close to 3,000 mother-child pairs.
The study points to climate change and the subsequently dangerous terrain encompassing the Mexican-American landmass near the border.
Researchers examined data from the 2020 Los Angeles County triennial WIC Survey.
Researchers have looked to the possibility of intranasal vaccines to protect against respiratory diseases.
The study was released in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
A panel voted 13-10 with respect to the antiviral drug's benefits outweighing its risks.
The study considered more than 4,900 American female parental figures.
The findings were presented online in JAMA.
The results appeared in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity.
The study was authored by Brittany Marie Perzia, Joshua Dunaief, and David Dunaief.
The research was led by Ana Valdes of the University of Nottingham.