Health

Early-aging disorder claims life of young, beloved social media star Adalia Rose

Although many hope to discover the fountain of youth, there’s actually a gene that does the opposite, as social media…

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WHO recommends two new drugs to treat COVID-19

WHO has recommended two new drugs for COVID-19, providing yet more options for treating the disease. The extent to which…

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Justices Block Broad Worker Vaccine Requirement, Allow Health Worker Mandate to Proceed

The Supreme Court on Thursday blocked a key Biden administration covid-19 initiative — putting a stop, for now, to a…

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Clinicians have spent even more time in the EHR during COVID-19 – is telehealth to blame?

A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association found that ambulatory clinicians spent less time in…

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Weight fluctuations could increase risk of death from kidney disease by 66 percent

With the burden of obesity growing to epidemic proportions, its detrimental effects ripple through different organs in the body, including…

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‘Concerning’ levels of COVID-19 detected in Florida county wastewater, officials say

Health officials in Florida’s Orange County said there has been a 600% increase in the levels of COVID-19 RNA concentration…

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Visceral fat: Eat more frequently not less to reduce visceral fat – how much more?

A BUILD-UP of visceral fat, also known as belly fat, can have disastrous consequences because it is stored near vital…

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Have Vaccines, Will Travel: On the Road With a Covid Entrepreneur

Katheryn Houghton VIRGINIA CITY, Mont. — While many businesses in this southwestern Montana “ghost town” reel in tourists with its…

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‘Tainted’ Blood: Covid Skeptics Request Blood Transfusions From Unvaccinated Donors

The nation’s roiling tensions over vaccination against covid-19 have spilled into an unexpected arena: lifesaving blood transfusions. With nearly 60%…

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Axing free prescriptions ‘is kick in the teeth’ for over-60s

2.4 million people aged 60-65 will have to start paying for their medicines (Image: Getty) Campaigners described the proposals as…

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