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Hesitation, Lack of Awareness Behind Low Turnout for COVID Vaccination: Indian Medical Experts

India, a country with more than 1.3 billion people, kicked off the world's largest COVID vaccination drive on Saturday. The government aims to vaccinate 30 million frontline staff, including health workers, during the first phase of this drive.
Topics: Vaccines

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Wisconsin pharmacist accused of removing vaccine doses from clinic fridge charged with a misdemeanor

According to new court filings, Steven Brandenburg was charged with a Class A misdemeanor at his hearing at the Ozaukee County Circuit Court on Tuesday. Brandenburg had intentionally removed 550 doses of the Moderna vaccine from a clinic...
Topics: Vaccines

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After months of trauma, vaccinated health-care workers welcome a surprising emotion: Hope

For some frontline workers who have been vaccinated after toiling for nearly a year under exhausting, dangerous and sometimes terrifying conditions, the shot brought an enduring sense of relief.

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Alcohol consumption linked to portion of cancer incidence and mortality, report shows

A new study finds that alcohol consumption accounts for a considerable portion of cancer incidence and mortality in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Topics: Alcohol, Cancer, Oncology, Medical Research

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Can Your Apple Watch Help to Detect Coronavirus?

Stephen Silver Technology, Americas A Stanford study found that “81% of coronavirus-positive participants experienced changes in their resting heart rates up to nine and a half days prior to the onset of symptoms. An extremely elevated heart...
Topics: Medical Research

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New research finds connection: Inflammation, metabolism and scleroderma scarring

A new study finds that NAD+ break down leads to multi organ scarring, providing now a previously undiscovered pathogenic role of the enzyme CD38 in disease scarring.
Topics: Medical Research, Enzymes

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Study reports low-fat plant-based diet beat low-carb diet in fat loss

A new study from the NIH’s National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) reports that when it came to fat loss, participants fed a low-fat plant-based diet experienced better results than participants fed a low-carb...
Topics: Medical Research, Diet, Diabetes

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Make Your Tresses Bounce for Days With the Best Leave-In Conditioners for Curly Hair

Top Product: Moroccanoil Curl Defining Cream | $14 | SephoraRead more...

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Cash-Only Medical Practice?

(MedPage Today) -- I am an orthopedic surgeon, and I only take cash. When I tell people this, it usually conjures up images of some money-grubbing doctor eager to make a dollar any way they can. Personally, I am not incredibly incentivized by...

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How One Million Volunteers Could One Day Revolutionize Medicine

A bold NIH program promises groundbreaking insights into some of the nation’s deadliest diseases. Researchers want hundreds of thousands of volunteers to get involved.
Topics: Medical Research

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Bills running back Zack Moss posts photo after surgery to address ankle injury

Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss posted a photo on Twitter of his injured left ankle in a knee-length dressing after surgery on Tuesday. “Fresh out!” Moss wrote on the photo. “I’ll never doubt God, I know he’s...
Topics: Health Photos, Social Media

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Your Microbiome Isn't Shaped Just By What You Feed It

Exercise, cannabis use and antidepressants all seem to influence the bacteria in your gut. Scientists are evaluating how these factors affect your overall health.
Topics: Microbiome, Depression, Antidepressants, Bacteria

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CES 2021: Masks, robots and more smart products unveiled this year

The products showcased during CES 2021 were influenced by the new normal of the coronavirus pandemic.       
Topics: Robots

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Disease threatens to decimate western bats

A four-year study recently published in Ecology and Evolution concludes that the fungal disease, white-nose syndrome, poses a severe threat to many western North American bats.
Topics: Medical Research

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Cassie Details Her ‘Totally Unexpected’ Alex Fine Pregnancy 1 Year After Giving Birth

Cassie is happily pregnant with her second child—even if it happened sooner than expected. As previously reported the singer, 34, and her husband Alex Fine, 27,  are currently expecting their second child together. The two announced their...

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Vacation Hotspots Could Be Choosing ‘Acceptable’ Vaccines Based on Tourism Origin

Playing favourites with travellers who have received a COVID-19 vaccination – and a specific one at that – may prove to be a trend followed by many countries of the world whose economy is heavily based on tourism.
Topics: Vaccines

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If you smoke, quitting before age 40 could dramatically lessen your chances of an early...

In long-term study, researchers found that smokers were three times more likely than nonsmokers to die of heart disease or stroke.
Topics: Smoking, Cardiovascular Disease, Medical Research, Stroke

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Ibrutinib-Plus-Rituximab Combo Shows High Response Rates in MCL

(MedPage Today) -- At December's American Society of Hematology virtual meeting, a phase II trial was presented on ibrutinib and rituximab for older patients with newly diagnosed mantle cell lymphoma. In this exclusive MedPage Today video, study...
Topics: Hematology, Lymphoma, Health Videos, Medical Research

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Obese, snoring mini pigs show how air flows through the throat during sleep apnea

A study has found that obese Yucatan mini pigs have naturally occurring sleep apnea and that MRI scans taken while they're in sedated sleep can be used to gain new insights into what happens in the airways during sleep apnea episodes via...
Topics: Obesity, Sleep Apnea, Medical Research

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Ten things you may not know about anxiety

When we feel anxious, the brain's fight or flight instinct kicks in, and the blood flow is redirected from your extremities towards the torso and vital organs.According to the CDC, 7.1% of children between the ages of 3-17 (approximately 4.4...
Topics: Anxiety, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention

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