Health

Oxford Scientists Infect Volunteers With COVID-19 After Recovery for Future Vaccines - Report

At this time, given the regular news worldwide of re-infection cases of those who have recovered from the coronavirus disease, not much is known about what happens to people who have already been infected with the virus and become infected again.
Topics: Vaccines, Virus, Virology

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What The CDC's VAERS Database Reveals About "Adverse" Post-Vaccine Reactions

What The CDC's VAERS Database Reveals About "Adverse" Post-Vaccine Reactions Authored by Megan Redshaw via ChildrensHealthDefense.org, Data released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the number of...
Topics: Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Vaccines

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Russian Opposition Calls for Protests as Alexey Navalny's Health Worsens  

Allies of jailed Russian opposition politician Alexey Navalny announced nationwide protests for this Wednesday — after the opposition figure’s family and personal doctors released blood analysis results that suggested Navalny was at high risk of...
Topics: Protests

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Endo Society Blasts Ark. Transgender Law; New Anaplastic Thyroid Cancer Guidance

(MedPage Today) -- The Endocrine Society spoke out against Arkansas' new legislation that prohibits transgender and gender diverse adolescents from accessing gender-affirming medical care. "The treatment of transgender and gender diverse youth...
Topics: Thyroid Cancer, Cancer, Oncology

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Scientists Now Free to Use Fetal Tissue to Find Life-Saving Treatments Under the Biden...

The Biden administration has lifted the Trump-era restrictions on the use of fetal tissue in research, giving scientists the ability to use the material when researching diseases and potential treatments.Read more...
Topics: Joe Biden, Medical Research

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What you should know about autism

There are a lot of misconceptions about autism. As the climate activist Greta Thunberg (who is on the autism spectrum) points out, autism isn't "something you have," nor is it a disease. Rather, the Centers for Disease Control defines autism as "a...
Topics: Autism, Activism

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PCPs could counter virtual plans by increasing telehealth visits [PODCAST]

“If PCPs want to meet the new competition from virtual primary care plans, I suggest that they gradually increase the percentage of their visits that they do through telehealth. Now that payers are reimbursing those visits at the same level as...
Topics: Podcasts

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This nursing student is leaving original paintings around Boston as gifts for strangers

He's only been painting for five months, and already, Jake Garcia's art is becoming a collector's item. The Boston resident is a nursing student at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Services, but he recently discovered a love for...
Topics: Nursing, Medical Research

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Emerging From the Pandemic With Acne, Facial Hair and Body Odor

Young people experiencing the body changes of puberty without being in school are facing a unique set of challenges. Here’s how parents can support them.
Topics: Acne

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FDA and USDA Should Eliminate All Food ‘Standards of Identity’

Last week, public comments were due in two relatively minor rulemaking actions promulgated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The first rulemaking centers on the FDA’s standard of identity for frozen cherry pie. The second involves the...
Topics: Food And Drug Administration

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Quote of the Day

“It’s almost paradoxical that on the one hand they want to be relieved of the restrictions, but on the other hand they don’t want to get vaccinated. It just almost doesn’t make any sense.” — Dr. Anthony Fauci,...

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What's Really in Your Water?

Rapid at-home tests for contaminants are on the way -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Op-Ed: Does Healthcare Understand Human Behavior?

(MedPage Today) -- The patient sat down in the exam chair. It had been two months since I saw him last. At that time, we had discussed his rising blood sugar and blood pressure. I had explained to him that unless he changed his diet and started...
Topics: Blood Sugar (glucose), Blood Pressure, Diet

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India is the world's biggest vaccine producer but it's struggling to get enough COVID-19 vaccines...

People are administered COVID-19 vaccine in Mumbai, India, Tuesday, April 13, 2021. AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade India is the world's largest vaccine producer but it's struggling to vaccinate its own population. India signed up to give up to...
Topics: Vaccines, Health Photos

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Second Opinion: How long haul COVID could offer clues for treating other puzzling chronic illnesses

New ways to monitor the immune systems of COVID-19 patients could be useful in understanding the long-term symptoms of Lyme disease, among other conditions.

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The Pandemic Proved That Our Toilets Are Crap

The core technologies for sewage systems were developed over a hundred years ago. It's time to get better, healthier updates in the pipeline.

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Jailed Putin critic Alexei Navalny could 'die at any minute,' doctors warn

Alexei Navalny seen at Moscow City Court for a hearing on February 2, 2020. Moscow City Court Press Office\TASS via Getty Images Alexei Navalny's doctors say he could be close to death unless he gets medical treatment. They said his potassium...
Topics: Vladimir Putin

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Meet the Egyptian spiny mouse: this menstruating rodent may help us understand human pregnancy

About 8–12% of couples of reproductive age suffer from infertility, and roughly 15% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. The underlying mechanisms of human pregnancy are still poorly understood. In part, this is because pregnancy works quite...
Topics: Infertility, Fertility

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These Are The Lowest Paid Doctors In America

There are about 900,000 doctors in America, and the U.S. has among the highest ratios of doctors to the population of any country in the world. Doctors make an average of $270,000 a year and work an...

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Treatment ban creates uncertainty for trans youth, families

Arkansas law bans gender confirming treatments for transgender minors.

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