Health

The Lancet Accused of ‘Suppressing’ January 2020 Study on COVID’s Human-to-Human...

The West and China are in the midst of an info war regarding the origins of the coronavirus, with more and more US officials now alleging that the virus may have leaked from a Chinese lab. China, meanwhile, has asked for a World Health Organisation...
Topics: The Lancet, Medical Research, Virus, Virology

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Leaders in under-vaccinated areas should 'speak out' amid virus surge, Fauci says

Anthony Fauci, the country's top infectious disease expert, on Sunday said more leaders in areas that are lagging in vaccination against the coronavirus should "speak out" to persuade people to get inoculated as the Delta variant...
Topics: Virus, Virology, Vaccines

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Health fears as killer DR Congo volcano spouts ash

The DR Congo's Nyirangongo volcano has released large amounts of ash some two months after its eruption, sparking concerns for local residents' health, experts said on Sunday.

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The Delta Variant Is the Symptom of a Bigger Threat: Vaccine Refusal

There are almost as many reasons for vaccine hesitancy and refusal as there are unvaccinated Americans. But this problem, not the variant, lies at the root of rising infection rates.
Topics: Vaccines

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Businesses Will Require Vaccinations Or Make Employees Pay

MSBNC legal analyst Cynthia Alksne was asked by host Brian Williams on Friday about Dr. Anthony Fauci's statement that if we'd had we had had this kind of anti-vax sentiment against polio and smallpox, we'd still be dealing with those diseases...
Topics: Vaccines, Smallpox

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Low vaccination rates among nursing home staff imperil elderly

Health care advocates and industry groups are raising the alarm over lagging vaccination rates in nursing home staff, threatening the progress the nation has made in protecting the vulnerable elderly. More than seven months after becoming...
Topics: Vaccines, Nursing

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"People are notoriously bad at discerning how dangerous a situation really is. 'I’m going to...

"... because feeling hot is more immediate than the possibility of getting sick a few weeks from now. Now, if you felt ticks crawling up you, you might feel a more immediate need to keep those critters off your skin. But ticks are notoriously sneaky...
Topics: Heat Stroke, Stroke

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Hip Hip Hooray for American Medicine

Washington Allow me to scotch those rumors that I have passed away. In fact, let me scotch those rumors that I have been ill or suffered acute acidosis or seasonal hay fever. Actually, I am in tip-top physical condition, thanks to American medicine....

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Tattoo and piercing shops 'can't just use less' when it comes to gloves and disinfectant, crucial...

A tattoo artist wearing gloves at work in KOT Tattoo Studio during the COVID-19 pandemic Anton Novoderezhkin\TASS via Getty Images Tattoo and piercing shop owners say they're still seeing serious shortages in crucial supplies. Gloves,...
Topics: Tattoos

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Building Patient Trust; The Promise of At-Home Testing

(MedPage Today) -- Welcome to this week's edition of Healthcare Career Insights. This weekly roundup highlights healthcare career-related articles culled from across the web to help you learn what's next.Build trust with patients by creating real...

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Fins Turn against Puberty Blockers for Gender Dysphoria

Finnish medical guidelines are now opposed to most puberty blocking and adolescent transitioning.

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CRISPR therapy cures first genetic disorder inside the body

This article was originally published by our sister site, Freethink.For the first time, researchers appear to have effectively treated a genetic disorder by directly injecting a CRISPR therapy into patients' bloodstreams — overcoming one of the...
Topics: Genetics, Medical Research

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It's Tick Season: Protect Yourself From Lyme Disease

SUNDAY, July 25, 2021 -- When you're heading outdoors this summer, keep an eye out for ticks during and after your outing, health experts say. These common parasites can transmit Lyme disease, a potentially serious illness. Lyme disease is...
Topics: Parasites

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Bengals' Joe Burrow Healthy, Won't Be Placed on PUP/NFI List After Knee Surgery

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow will not be placed on the PUP or NFI list entering training camp, indicating he is healthy as practices begin,...

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Tubeless Insulin Pump Works; Insulin Pens vs Syringes; Caffeine and Osteoporosis

(MedPage Today) -- A tubeless, patch-pump automated insulin-delivery system -- Insulet's Omnipod 5 -- was both safe and effective in a prospective study of kids and adults with type 1 diabetes. Following a positive meeting with the FDA, Radius...
Topics: Insulin, Caffeine, Osteoporosis, Medical Research, Type 1 Diabetes, Diabetes, Food And Drug Administration

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Trauma: Encountering the past in the present

“Code blue!” the overhead speaker blared. I had just started my shift in the pediatric emergency department.  “This will be good for you to see,” the off-service junior resident said to me, as she sprang up from her chair in Pavlovian...

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Save £155 on a seriously smart electric toothbrush from Oral-B

SAVE 70%: The Oral-B Smart 6 6000N electric toothbrush is on sale for £64.99 on Amazon, saving you £155 on list price.Electric toothbrushes are getting seriously smart. It's not got to the point that electric toothbrushes can clean...
Topics: Amazon

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Researchers use silicone wristbands to measure air quality

There are all sorts of cheap silicone wristbands that people buy and wear today for style and to support various causes. Recently, scientists at Texas A&M University School of Public Health conducted a study and found that inexpensive devices...
Topics: Medical Research

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Most Deaths from Drowning Are Preventable

On this first World Drowning Prevention Day, the World Health Organization offers life-saving solutions to prevent most of the 236,000 estimated deaths from drowning every year.  The United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution in April...

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L.A. County Public Health Covid-19 Report: 10 New Deaths, 2,600 New Positive Cases

On Saturday, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health reported 10 new deaths from Covid-19, and 2,600 new positive cases. While the number of deaths and confirmed cases reported today may reflect delays in weekend reporting, today’s...

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