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Health Study Looks At Whether Apple Watch Can Detect Covid-19, The Flu - Cnet

Apple is teaming up with the University of Washington and the Seattle Flu Study.
Related topics: Medical Research, Flu, Influenza (Flu)

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How Health Care Leaders Can Support Their Frontline Workers

The pandemic has taught us important lessons about the needs of the health care workforce -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Teen Tanning Bed Ban Would Prevent Thousands Of U.s. Melanoma Cases

WEDNESDAY, April 14, 2021 -- A U.S.-wide ban on teen use of tanning beds would prevent thousands of cases of skin cancer and save millions in health care costs, researchers say. Indoor tanning has been linked to an increased risk of melanoma --...
Related topics: Skin Cancer, Melanoma, Cancer, Oncology, Medical Research

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No Rise In Global Suicide Rate In First Months Of Pandemic

WEDNESDAY, April 14, 2021 -- Suicides did not rise in wealthier nations early in the COVID pandemic, but continued monitoring of long-term mental health and economic effects is needed, a new study says. "We know that many people have had their...
Related topics: Medical Research

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Health Highlights: April 14, 2021

FDA to Set Limits on Toxic Elements in Baby Food Limits on toxic elements such as arsenic, lead and mercury in baby food will be proposed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration over the next few years, but adhering to them will be voluntary for...
Related topics: Food And Drug Administration, Arsenic

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60% Of Us Workers Concerned Over Mental Health After Pandemic

A new survey says that 60% of US workers are worried about their mental and psychological health. According to the survey by The Conference Board, there is a positive side to that. Nearly 80 percent of respondents felt that their supervisors...
Related topics: Polls, Psychology

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Is Biden Ditching His Promise To Protect Workers From Covid-19?

Among the various ways President Donald Trump caused more Americans to die needlessly from Covid-19 was by failing to issue a legally enforceable “emergency temporary standard” to protect workers. The 1970 Occupational Safety and Health Act...
Related topics: Joe Biden, Donald Trump

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The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Home Depot, Toyota, International Business Machines, Merck And...

Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report International Business Machines Corporation (IBM): Free Stock Analysis Report The...
Related topics: Home Depot, Toyota, Merck & Co, IBM (IBM)

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5 Health Care Jobs On The Rise

Occupations in the industry are increasingly in demand because of an aging population and longer life spans.

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Johnson & Johnson Delays European Rollout Of Covid-19 Vaccine    

Hours after U.S. federal health officials urged a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine after it was linked to a rare but dangerous blood clot, the U.S. pharmaceutical giant announced Tuesday it was delaying rollout of the...
Related topics: Vaccines

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Why Biden Health Officials Decided To Pause J&j’s Coronavirus Vaccine

Their goal was to protect the public and be transparent, but critics worry they overreacted and might undermine vaccine confidence.
Related topics: Joe Biden, Vaccines

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Why Biden Health Officials Decided To Pause J&j’s Coronavirus Vaccine

Their goal was to protect the public and be transparent, but critics worry they overreacted and might undermine vaccine confidence.
Related topics: Joe Biden, Vaccines

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People Who Identify With Humanity As A Whole Are More Likely To Say They’d Follow Pandemic...

By Emily Reynolds The ever-changing public health measures rolled out during the coronavirus pandemic haven’t always been crystal clear. But several instructions have remained the same throughout: wear a mask, wash your hands, and stay two...

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Hong Kong's Delayed Legislative Elections Set For December

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said Tuesday that the semiautonomous Chinese territory's legislative elections will take place in December, more than a year after they were postponed by authorities citing public health risks from the coronavirus...
Related topics: Hong Kong

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Why Lucira Health Stock Is Plunging Today

After rising sharply on Monday, shares of medical technology company Lucira Health (NASDAQ: LHDX) are going in the opposite direction on Tuesday. The company's stock dropped by as much as 22.6% today and was down by 18.5% as of 1:51 p.m. EDT....
Related topics: Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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Why Okta Stock Is Rising Today

Shares of Okta (NASDAQ: OKTA) were climbing today after health officials in the U.S. recommended that use of the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine be paused until more information about potential blood clots can be assessed. The tech stock...
Related topics: Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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Palestinians Of Gaza, Under Israeli Blockade, Face Devastating Second Wave Of Covid-19

By Eman Abusidu | – The humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip is worsening as health officials report more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases daily. They warn of a healthcare catastrophe under an Israeli-led blockade that restricts medical...
Related topics: Gaza Strip, Palestine

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Prohibited Prayer And The Limits Of Public Health Authority

When Christians met in each other's homes for prayer or Bible study, they had to be careful. Such gatherings were illegal, and the organizers never knew who might inform the authorities. Although that sounds like a scene from the Soviet Union, it...
Related topics: Religion, Medical Research

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Oneplus Watch Review: Good Hardware Plagued By Bad Software - Cnet

The $159 smartwatch checks plenty of boxes when it comes to looks, battery life and features, but its health metrics are unreliable and it often loses connection with the mobile app.
Related topics: Smartwatch

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Us Pauses J&j Vaccine In Blow To Global Immunization Drive

US health authorities on Tuesday recommended pausing the Johnson & Johnson Covid shot over blood clot fears, with the company quickly announcing it would delay its European rollout, in a setback for global immunization campaigns. Out of nearly seven...
Related topics: Vaccines

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