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29 Jun 2022

Some Good News: Scientists Are Now Testing Out a Universal Flu Vaccine In People

The NIH-led trial will enroll up to 100 healthy adults to test out a vaccine that protected mice from lethal doses of six different flu strains.

Source: Gizmodo.com

29 Jun 2022

COVID-19 BA.4 and BA.5 variants make up more than HALF of US cases

The BA.4 and BA.5 COVID-19 variants now combine for just over half of active cases in the U.S., according to the CDC. One expert already fears that it has taken hold in New York City.

Source: Daily Mail

29 Jun 2022

A viral reprise: When COVID-19 strikes again and again - The Associated Press

For New York musician Erica Mancini, COVID-19 made repeat performances. March 2020. Last December. And again this May. “I’m bummed to know that I might forever just get infected,” said the 31-year-old singer, who is vaccinated and boosted.

Source: Associated Press

29 Jun 2022

Fauci says he is experiencing ‘rebound’ of COVID symptoms after Paxlovid treatment

Source: Google News

29 Jun 2022

Dr. Fauci reveals 'COVID rebound' after Pfizer's Paxlovid treatment

Fauci said that he is experiencing “much worse” COVID symptoms after being treated with Pfizer’s antiviral medication Paxlovid.

Source: New York Post

29 Jun 2022

Processed Meat and Health Risks: What to Know

Here’s what the experts say.

Source: New York Times

29 Jun 2022

Esplanade swans euthanized after exhibiting avian flu symptoms

City officials are now working to capture the pair's five orphaned cygnets, who may also have bird flu.

Source: WCVB Boston

29 Jun 2022

University researchers create 'speech-friendly' face mask to protect people who suffer with anxiety from Covid

The new design aims to provide a solution for those who suffer from stress or anxiety due to the difficulties of speaking clearly while wearing a mask

Source: Gbnews.uk

29 Jun 2022

I Have Monkeypox — Here's What It's Like And What You Should Know

This is my experience, but it boils down to this: This shit sucks and you don’t want it.

Source: Buzzfeed

29 Jun 2022

Symptoms of depression decrease with improvements in sense of smell, particularly among patients with dysosmia

New research published in the journal Scientific Reports highlights the intricate relationship between depression and sense of smell. The study found that participants’ symptoms of depression dropped as their odor identification improved, particularly among t…

Source: PsyPost

29 Jun 2022

Doctors continue to urgently plead with people to get meningitis vaccine as Florida outbreak worsens

According to health officials, Florida's meningococcal outbreak is worsening. Doctors are urgently pleading with people to get vaccinated.

Source: ABC Action News

29 Jun 2022

Someone Asked For 'Very Comforting Facts,' And 35 People Delivered

There are plenty of things that can comfort us: a warm hug from mom or dad, a gooey chocolate chip cookie fresh out of the oven, a puppy curling up in your lap to take a nap, and even some information about our world that can provide you a bit of hope. While …

Source: Boredpanda.com

29 Jun 2022

What is Nordic walking?

We investigate Nordic walking and ask the experts for tips on how to get started.

Source: Live Science

29 Jun 2022

How long does alcohol stay in your system? What you need to know to get home safely

Alcohol can stay in your system for a multitude of hours, yet the exact time is dependent on factors such as weight, age, medications and health.

Source: USA Today

28 Jun 2022

Ten Small Lifestyle Changes to Improve Your Health

Do you feel like you do not have the time to improve your overall health and fitness levels? If so, you are wrong. You do not need to start running marathons or alter your lifestyle completely to get fitter and healthier. Little changes are often all that you…

Source: SciTechDaily

28 Jun 2022

UVA Cancer Center discovers immunotherapy, could cure brain cancer types

Source: Google News

28 Jun 2022

How empty is your soul?

Our quest for self-knowledge has corrupted humanity

Source: Unherd.com

28 Jun 2022

No More Binge Eating: Signal Pathway in the Brain That Controls Food Intake Discovered

AgRP neurons in the hypothalamus control the release of endogenous lysophospholipids, helping to control the excitability of cerebral cortex neurons and stimulating the desire for food intake.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

28 Jun 2022

Try This Cardio Workout for Faster Weight Loss

Burn calories and body fat with this routine.

Source: Eatthis.com

28 Jun 2022

With monkeypox cases reported in DC, who's at risk and where to get the vaccine

Several monkeypox cases have been reported in the D.C., and within minutes of the announcement that vaccines are being made available, all appointments had been snagged.

Source: WTOP

28 Jun 2022

Cannabis might help improve insomnia among those with depression and anxiety, study suggests

Many people with depression and anxiety perceive that cannabis has a positive impact on their sleep, according to new research published in BMC Psychiatry. The authors of the new study say that it highlights the need for placebo-controlled trials to investiga…

Source: PsyPost

28 Jun 2022

Bay Area can't seem to move past COVID surge: 'It's like a slow burn'

COVID-19 cases remain stubbornly high across California despite some indicators earlier...

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

28 Jun 2022

New Brain Mechanism Involved in Impulsive Cocaine-Seeking in Rats Discovered

Blocking M2Rs muscarinic acetylcholine receptors in the lateral habenula with an experimental drug increased cocaine-seeking behaviors in rat models of impulsive behaviors.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

28 Jun 2022

COVID-19 mutations spreading in Austin-Travis County, reinfections may be more severe

Those mutations are starting to show up in both wastewater and in variant surveillance locally, according to the health authority’s report. They could be more severe than previous mutations.

Source: KXAN.com

28 Jun 2022

Scientists cannot create drug for deadly pathogen that has killed THOUSANDS across 50 countries

Candida auris reproduces sexually, creating new strains. This has hindered scientist's ability to create drugs because the pathogen is constantly changing.

Source: Daily Mail

28 Jun 2022

Kids' vaccines are 'a game changer,' experts say—here's what else needs to happen to end the Covid pandemic

Vaccinating children under 5 is crucially important in the country's fight against Covid, experts say. Just don't expect the virus to disappear overnight.

Source: CNBC

28 Jun 2022

‘We are having community spread’: APH gives monkeypox update

Walkes said APH has been monitoring several cases since the beginning of June.

Source: KXAN.com

28 Jun 2022

Monkeypox symptoms: Here’s what to look out for

The symptoms of monkeypox are like a milder version of smallpox, except monkeypox causes swollen lymph nodes while smallpox does not, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Source: nj.com

28 Jun 2022

Whole Milk Is Linked With Cognitive Decline

A new study reveals a possible connection between whole milk and an increased risk of cognitive decline in older adults. Read to learn more.

Source: Womansworld.com

28 Jun 2022

Healthy Habits That Can Help You Live Longer—and Easy Ways to Make Them Stick

Building healthy habits can extend your life. These expert tips make it a little easier to create a healthy lifestyle that lasts.

Source: Bicycling

28 Jun 2022

Monkeypox makes pledges of pandemic solidarity look hollow

The global south has once again been abandoned in its quest for vaccines

Source: Financial Times

28 Jun 2022

What can COVID-19 Teach us about Respiratory Disease? - News

This article explores what COVID-19 has taught us to gain a better understanding of respiratory diseases.

Source: News-Medical.Net

28 Jun 2022

Twin Omicron subvariants have taken over the U.S., but they’re not quite identical. One is ‘the worst version of the virus we’ve seen’

A pair of immune-evading Omicron subvariants are now dominant in the U.S., having overtaken so-called "stealth Omicron" and close relative BA.2.12.1 in mere weeks, according to federal health data released Tuesday.

Source: Fortune

28 Jun 2022

Antibodies From Llama Blood Can Protect Against COVID, Future and Other Coronaviruses

For the love of God, don’t go out and start harvesting llama blood though.

Source: Daily Beast

28 Jun 2022

These Foods Are Worse For You Than Sugar

Mashed asked an RD what macronutrients you should look out for if you're trying to eat better.

Source: Mashed.com

28 Jun 2022

Tens of thousands of men at risk of needing breast reduction surgery due to steroid use

Source: Sky.com

28 Jun 2022

Protein Blobs Linked to Alzheimer's Affect Aging in All Cells

Protein buildups like those seen around neurons in Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other brain diseases occur in all aging cells, a new study suggests. Learning their significance may reveal new strategies for treating age-related diseases.

Source: Quanta Magazine

28 Jun 2022

What causes long COVID? Canadian researchers think they’ve found a key clue

A new Canadian study has identified a potential key culprit causing so-called long COVID patients to continue experiencing breathing issues months after contracting COVID-19.

Source: Global News

28 Jun 2022

Elmo just got his Covid-19 vaccine

Elmo received the Covid-19 vaccine for children under 5 in a PSA from Sesame Workshop.

Source: CNN

28 Jun 2022

20 minutes of vigorous exercise daily works wonders for teens

Vigorous physical activity for 20 minutes a day is deemed the best way for teens to develop and maintain cardiorespiratory fitness, according to research published in Pediatrics.

Source: The Washington Post

28 Jun 2022

4 High-Protein Foods for Weight Loss After 40, Says Dietitian — Eat This Not That

There are a few key nutrients that help keep our metabolism running efficiently—and they can all be found in these high-protein foods.

Source: Eatthis.com

28 Jun 2022

Monkeypox may present with unusual symptoms, CDC warns

Rashes around the anus and genitals have been common.

Source: Live Science

28 Jun 2022

Public health advice for gatherings during the current monkeypox outbreak

Source: World Health Organization

28 Jun 2022

UK monkeypox cases soar by 32% to hit 1,000 – as health officials tell infected ‘stay at home’...

Source: The-sun.com

28 Jun 2022

5 Worst Eating Habits Secretly Raising Your Cholesterol, Say Dietitians — Eat This Not That

Having high cholesterol can lead to a number of heart health issues. Here are the potential eating habits that may be contributing.

Source: Eatthis.com

28 Jun 2022

How To Prevent Tick Exposure, According To Lyme Experts

Check out specially treated clothing for kids and adults, insect repellents for the skin and tick prevention tips from medical professionals.

Source: HuffPost

28 Jun 2022

The next epidemic may be here. The U.S. isn't ready for it

If HIV and Covid-19 were wake-up calls for the government to prioritize public health, monkeypox shows the consequences of hitting the snooze button too many times.

Source: STAT

28 Jun 2022

10 Super Foods to Heal Your Body

Foods and drinks you consume might either aid or impede your recovery from an illness or surgery. You must eat the proper foods, such as superfoods. Each superfood, whether a vegetable, fruit, protein source, or healthy fat, offers something unique to your bo…

Source: Listverse.com

28 Jun 2022

CDC Recommends Vaccination in Deadly Florida Meningococcal Outbreak

Authorities report 24 cases and six deaths among gay and bisexual men in one of the worst outbreaks of the disease in U.S. history.

Source: Hivplusmag.com

28 Jun 2022

I Have A Chronic Illness But Online I’m Accused Of Faking It

There was one particular person who said: 'EDS doesn't even exist, it's just a label they stick on people who can't decide what kind of hypochondria they've got.'"

Source: Refinery29

28 Jun 2022

Protein-heavy diet linked to healthier eating choices - study

Source: Google News

28 Jun 2022

New York City, DC run out of monkeypox vaccines

New York City and Washington, D.C., both ran out of appointments for monkeypox vaccines soon after making them available to residents, health officials said.

Source: Fox News

28 Jun 2022

Covid-19 Australia: 'Pandemic babies' with no immunity to viruses ending up in ICU

Doctors have revealed babies born during the Covid-19 pandemic are becoming seriously ill after contracting viruses they haven't encountered before.

Source: Daily Mail

28 Jun 2022

Austin, Texas officials report first presumptive monkeypox case

Texas health officials reported the first presumptive case of monkeypox in an individual who had recently come into contact with another likely infection.

Source: Fox News

27 Jun 2022

Weekly coronavirus cases climb 32%; nine Oregon counties labeled ‘high’ by CDC

Hospitalizations are up but remain significantly below previous records.

Source: OregonLive

27 Jun 2022

Higher Protein Intake While Dieting Leads to Healthier Eating

Incorporating a high-protein eating plan while dieting leads to healthier overall eating choices and helps reduce the loss of lean body mass. Reduced loss of lean body fat is associated with weight loss.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

27 Jun 2022

Intermittent Fasting May Help Heal Nerve Damage

Intermittent fasting alters the gut bacteria in mice, facilitating an increased ability for damaged nerves to recover.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

27 Jun 2022

COVID-19 may increase risk of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, stroke: study

A Danish study discovered that patients leaving the hospital after a COVID-19 infection were more likely to have a higher risk of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.

Source: Fox News

27 Jun 2022

Babies born through IVF end up being smarter... but are more prone to depression, study finds

A team from the University of Helsinki looked at nearly 280,000 youngsters born in Finland between 1995 and 2000.

Source: Daily Mail

27 Jun 2022

How the Liver Can Control the Brain and Behavior

The liver appears to play a significant role in regulating feeding behaviors in mice.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

27 Jun 2022

Is arthritis making your life a misery? Try a workout... or a chat!

Exercise and talking therapy could help thousands of patients with rheumatoid arthritis combat crippling fatigue, a study suggests.

Source: Daily Mail

27 Jun 2022

Second monkeypox case confirmed in Ohio

Columbus Public Health is investigating a local case of monkeypox, an infected 48-year-old male who resides in CPH’s jurisdiction.

Source: fox8.com

27 Jun 2022

You Can Switch 'Off' Your Cancer Genes—Here's How

In September 2015, Monica was diagnosed with breast cancer, which was already in the middle stage. Monica was ...

Source: Theepochtimes.com

27 Jun 2022

Are women's lives at risk from drugs tested by men?

Hormone fluctuations throughout adulthood have also been cited historically as a reason for excluding women, as scientists argue this makes women more difficult to study.

Source: Daily Mail

27 Jun 2022

DC and NYC quickly max out on monkeypox vaccines

Source: Google News

27 Jun 2022

The DIY massage to beat a sluggish system: Gut health guru Dr MEGAN ROSSI

Dr MEGAN ROSSI: It's a problem that affects millions of us which can be really debilitating - and it's one of the most common reasons people see their GP.

Source: Daily Mail

27 Jun 2022

Surprising Side Effects of Eating Flax Seeds, Says Science — Eat This Not That

Have you ever wondered about the side effects of flax seeds? They may be tiny, but these seeds have a mighty impact on your health.

Source: Eatthis.com

27 Jun 2022

St Lucia: Airline worker tests positive for Monkeypox | Loop Caribbean News

Health authorities in Saint Lucia have increased surveillance for Monkeypox after being alerted to the fact that a crew member on a flight to the island has tested positive for the virus. However, according to the officials, the individu

Source: Loopnews.com

27 Jun 2022

You can smell this cancer symptom — plus 10 other signs not to ignore

Experiencing discharge down below is normal – and it’s something everyone has to deal with.

Source: New York Post

27 Jun 2022

Long COVID symptoms linked to inflammation

Prolonged inflammation after SARS-CoV-2 infections caused permanent damage to lungs and kidneys, affected the brain, and correlated with behavioral changes in hamsters, suggesting a mechanism for the symptoms of Long COVID in people.

Source: National Institutes of Health

27 Jun 2022

Crew member on flight to St Lucia tests positive for Monkeypox

Source: Trinidad Guardian

27 Jun 2022

Overlooked Strengths of Dyslexia – Essential to Human Adaptive Success

Researchers say people with Developmental Dyslexia have specific strengths relating to exploring the unknown that have contributed to our species’ successful adaptation and survival. University of Cambridge scientists studying cognition, behavior, and the bra…

Source: SciTechDaily

27 Jun 2022

Epstein-Barr may play a role in some long COVID; coronavirus can impair blood sugar processing by organs

More than 90% of adults have been infected with Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). Among 280 patients with SARS-CoV-2 infections, including 208 with long COVID...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

27 Jun 2022

Columbus Public Health investigating local case of monkeypox

This is the second reported case of monkeypox in the state.

Source: 10TV

27 Jun 2022

First case of monkeypox identified in Nebraska

The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services and Douglas County Health Department have identified a Nebraska resident with a positive orthopoxvirus test, which was identified as orthopoxvirus at the Nebraska Public Health Laboratory.

Source: KSNB Local 4

27 Jun 2022

The Flu Vaccine May Help Keep Alzheimer's at Bay

A study found that adults over 65 vaccinated for the flu were noticeably less likely to develop Alzheimer's over a four year span than those unvaccinated.

Source: Gizmodo.com

27 Jun 2022

Researchers say switching between healthy and unhealthy foods increases the risk of diabetes

Constant change between a low-calorie and high-calorie diet can increase your risk of heart disease and diabetes, a new study finds.

Source: Daily Mail

27 Jun 2022

Israeli Scientists May Have Discovered the Key to the Fountain of Youth

Source: Google News

27 Jun 2022

Fast-evolving COVID variants complicate vaccine updates

COVID-19 vaccines are due for an upgrade, scientists say, but emerging variants and fickle immune reactions mean it’s not clear what new jabs should look like.

Source: Nature.com

27 Jun 2022

Fast-evolving COVID variants complicate vaccine updates

COVID-19 vaccines are due for an upgrade, scientists say, but emerging variants and fickle immune reactions mean it’s not clear what new jabs should look like.

Source: Nature.com

27 Jun 2022

Aging well: Diet plays important role in health and longevity

Consuming a healthier diet can go a long way toward helping us to live a longer and healthier life.

Source: Tallahassee Democrat

27 Jun 2022

I thought I needed glasses — but it was a deadly brain tumor emergency

Ellie Musgrove was left stunned after a routine optometrist appointment ended with her being rushed into surgery the same day for a deadly brain tumor.

Source: New York Post

27 Jun 2022

Myths and facts about snoring revealed

As it's revealed that HRT could be a surprising remedy for snoring, FEMAIL reveals the other unusual cures, such as singing and tongue exercises, and they're approved by science.

Source: Daily Mail

27 Jun 2022

Mom Hosting Sleepover Despite Daughter's Chickenpox Branded 'Unforgivable'

One person said it was "unbelievably selfish for a parent of a child who is known to have chickenpox to not advise others."

Source: Newsweek

27 Jun 2022

What Chemical Elements Make up the Human Body?

Of the 118 chemical elements found on Earth, only 21 make up the human body. Here we break down the elemental composition of the average human.

Source: Visual Capitalist

27 Jun 2022

When you are most infectious after positive Covid test and incubation period explained

It is believed people are at their most infectious one to two days before the onset of symptoms, and during the two to three days afterwards

Source: inews

27 Jun 2022

WHO official: Individuals can get 'unlucky' with 'long covid'

Long COVID "is the thing that none of us want because it can be so serious," David Nabarro, WHO special envoy on COVID-19, told Sky News.

Source: Business Insider

27 Jun 2022

CDC Warns: 'One of the Worst Outbreaks of Meningococcal Disease Among Gay and Bisexual Men in U.S. History'

(CNS News) -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a statement that it is working with the Florida Department of Health to "investigate one of the worst outbreaks of meningococcal disease among gay and bisexual men in U.S. history."

Source: CNSNews.com

27 Jun 2022

Here's what you need to know about Omicron subvariants BA.4 and BA.5

Experts are raising concerns about the rise of the BA.4 and BA.5 Omicron subvariants, saying they expect more people to catch cases of COVID-19 in the days ahead. Could the COVID-19 pandemic worsen? Here's what you need to know.

Source: The Boston Globe

27 Jun 2022

Scientists May Have Discovered a Way to Prevent at Least Half of All Cancers

Cancer is a type of disease in which some abnormal or damaged cells of the human body grow ...

Source: Theepochtimes.com

27 Jun 2022

COVID-19’s 6th wave begins, with more seriously ill and more deaths

Source: Google News

27 Jun 2022

Parkinson's Exercise Program for Trunk Rigidity Seen to Help With...

Task-specific exercises for head, shoulder and hip mobility aided turning and eased Parkinson's severity in 11 early- to mid-stage patients.

Source: Parkinson's News Today

27 Jun 2022

Dear Doctor: Are calcium scans necessary to assess heart health?

Most blockages in the arteries are a combination of cholesterol plaque and calcium, but not all have calcium

Source: OregonLive

27 Jun 2022

Monkeypox found to be evolving at a faster rate than expected

A team of researchers at the National Institute of Health Doutor Ricardo Jorge in Portugal, working with a colleague at Lusófona University, also in Portugal, has found that the monkeypox virus has been evolving at a faster rate than expected. In their paper …

Source: Medical Xpress

27 Jun 2022

Saying "No" More Often Slashes Anxiety, Experts Say — Best Life

Saying "no" to activities and obligations could help you feel less anxious, psychologists say. Here's how to start doing it more often.

Source: Best Life

27 Jun 2022

SWFL medical experts on Florida outbreak of meningococcal disease

Southwest Florida medical experts are warning people about the state's recent deadly outbreak of meningococcal disease.

Source: Wink News

27 Jun 2022

A prostate cancer breakthrough could speed up research by 10 years

An international team of researchers led by the Netherlands Cancer Institute has now unveiled an "unexpected potential" solution, not designed to fight cancer but to target proteins that regulate a cell’s circadian rhythm.

Source: Interesting Engineering

27 Jun 2022

Listen: Vertus Hardiman and the medical tragedies that must not be forgotten

The final episode of the "Color Code" podcast discusses the story of Vertus Hardiman, a victim of irresponsible medical practices that left him with physical and psychological scars for life.

Source: STAT

27 Jun 2022

The Monkeypox Crisis Is Secretly Spiraling in This Virus Hotspot

Infection rates at the virus’ epicenter in Nigeria are likely a lot worse than we think.

Source: Daily Beast

27 Jun 2022

Blood clots: The two vitamin shortages linked to varicose veins and blood clotting risks

VARICOSE VEINS rarely cause problems on their own, but they can foreshadow other serious circulatory diseases. There is evidence that two vitamin deficiencies could increase the chances of venous disease, increasing health risks relating to blood clots.

Source: Express

27 Jun 2022

‘You get goosebumps from the data’: hopes rise for new malaria vaccine

The disease is a leading killer of under fives across Africa. But trials for a new vaccine suggest an end to the death toll could be in sight

Source: The Guardian

27 Jun 2022

Viruses survive in fresh water by 'hitchhiking' on plastic, study finds

Intestinal viruses such as rotavirus were found to be infectious for up to three days by attaching to microplastics, research shows

Source: The Guardian

27 Jun 2022

How to fix forgetfulness and woolly thinking

Forgetting words, woolly thinking and a poor attention span are becoming increasingly common, but what’s behind it?

Source: Telegraph.co.uk

27 Jun 2022

Stopping Memory Loss: Blood Vessel Breakthrough Major Step Towards Alzheimer’s Treatment

New discovery could lead to the development of drugs that halt disease progression and stop memory loss. A scientific breakthrough in our understanding of Alzheimer’s disease has revealed changes to blood vessels in the brain, potentially presenting a path fo…

Source: SciTechDaily

27 Jun 2022

Los Angeles health officials warn of monkeypox outbreak spreading among gay men as cases rise to 22

Los Angeles County health officials have warned that recent cases of monkeypox detected in the area have been linked to the gay and bisexual communities in the area.

Source: Daily Mail

27 Jun 2022

I gave up dieting for my kids. Here's why

I came of age in a house of fat-free cookies, Weight Watchers' meetings and Denise Austin's eight-minute abs. There was plenty of pasta and ice cream but also a focus on being skinny. In the decades since, I've counted points, intermittently fasted and comple…

Source: KSL.com

27 Jun 2022

The Devil and the Death Shots › American Greatness

I am energized. I’m angry. I’m more determined than ever to stand against this evil. What got to me was a photo of Joe Biden holding an innocent baby reaching up to touch his masked face.

Source: American Greatness

27 Jun 2022

COVID-19 Positive Patients at Far Higher Risk of Developing Serious Neurodegenerative Disorders

COVID-19 positive outpatients are at a far increased risk of neurodegenerative disorders compared with individuals who tested negative for the virus, a new study presented today at the 8th European Academy of Neurology (EAN) Congress has shown. The research s…

Source: SciTechDaily

26 Jun 2022

Flu Vaccination Linked to 40% Reduced Risk of Alzheimer's Disease

Older adults who received at least one flu vaccination were 40% less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease over the course of a four year follow up than their peers who did not receive a vaccine.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

26 Jun 2022

Breast Cancer Spreads More Aggressively at Night, Startling New Study Finds

When people with metastatic breast cancer close their eyes at night, their cancer awakes and starts to spread.

Source: ScienceAlert

26 Jun 2022

Can you lose weight by walking?

Can you lose weight by walking? We find out if pounding the pavement is enough of a workout to help you shift those stubborn kilos

Source: Live Science

26 Jun 2022

Living near a busy road can raise risk of premature death by 20 percent

Scientists say people exposed to above average levels of air pollution were 20 percent more likely to die over the next 14 years, mainly from cardiovascular disease.

Source: Study Finds

26 Jun 2022

The #1 Supplement for Depression, New Study Recommends

Source: msnNOW

26 Jun 2022

The #1 Supplement for Depression, New Study Recommends

A new study published in Translational Psychiatry indicates that there is one supplement now suggested for people dealing with depression.

Source: Eatthis.com

26 Jun 2022

Don't Know Your Blood Type? There's a Good Reason to Find Out

Your blood type means more than you think, especially when it comes to heart health.

Source: CNET

26 Jun 2022

Monkeypox Outbreak in Gay, Bisexual Men Prompts Effort to Avert Stigma

Public-health authorities are working with dating apps and event organizers to raise awareness regarding an outbreak that has hit gay and bisexual men particularly hard.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

26 Jun 2022

Biden's “new normal” on COVID is neither normal nor new

The administration is normalizing COVID deaths as they shift the goalposts on what it means to “beat” COVID

Source: Salon

26 Jun 2022

Was the fourth dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine effective? -study

Source: Google News

26 Jun 2022

Can our mitochondria help to beat long Covid?

Mitochondria play a role in many aspects of keeping us healthy – and could be the key to unlocking treatments for chronic diseases, including Parkinson’s

Source: The Guardian

26 Jun 2022

STDs surge in Alabama following pandemic dip; these counties saw the highest STD rates in 2021

Alabama saw a dip in reported STDs during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic as many clinics slowed or stopped testing, but cases were back up in 2021.

Source: AL.com

26 Jun 2022

The #1 Best Breakfast Habit for Diabetes, Say Dietitians — Eat This Not That

When it comes to diabetes, what you eat is crucial. Here is a tip on the best breakfast habit for blood sugar you can try today.

Source: Eatthis.com

26 Jun 2022

COVID-19 may cause severe bone loss in arms, legs and spine

A number of animal and human studies have found that COVID-19 can cause bone loss during the acute illness and post-recovery period of the disease.

Source: The New Daily

26 Jun 2022

The 5 Most Dangerous Spots You Can Catch Coronavirus — Eat This Not That

Variants of COVID-19 are responsible for 58% of recorded new coronavirus cases in the US. Here are the five most dangerous spots to catch it.

Source: Eatthis.com

26 Jun 2022

5 Drinking Habits To Shrink Belly Fat and Slow Aging — Eat This Not That

If you're wanting to lose belly fat as you age, you may want to look to what you're drinking on a daily basis. Here's where you can start.

Source: Eatthis.com

26 Jun 2022

Echolalia May Be a Symptom of Early-Onset Alzheimer's — Best Life

Repeating the words of others during a conversation is called echolalia, and it may be a sign of early-onset Alzheimer's disease.

Source: Best Life

26 Jun 2022

From monkeypox to polio, here's why so many viruses are attacking the UK

A number of dangerous and unusual diseases have made their way into Britain in the last six months – and they may not be the last

Source: Telegraph.co.uk

26 Jun 2022

The #1 Worst Food for Your Metabolism, Says Science — Eat This Not That

Arguably, the worst foods to eat if you want a higher-revving metabolism are those made up of simple sugars without any fiber.

Source: Eatthis.com

26 Jun 2022

Want To Stay Asleep Through The Night? Stop Taking This Supplement

It might not be doing exactly what you want it to.

Source: mindbodygreen.com

26 Jun 2022

Monkeypox: Vaccinations for health care workers, those at risk offered

Cases of monkeypox, which belongs to the same family of viruses as smallpox, continue to rise globally. Health officials have begun vaccinations.

Source: USA Today

26 Jun 2022

How Emotionally Intelligent People Use the Rule of Rewiring to Hack Their Brains and Change Their Habits

Feel like a victim of your brain's programming? Here's how to change how you think and make healthier choices.

Source: Inc.

26 Jun 2022

Brain damage claim leads to new row over electroshock therapy

Experts divided on effectiveness of ECT and concerned by overuse in women and the elderly

Source: The Guardian

26 Jun 2022

Research Suggests There's a Big Overlooked Benefit of Having Dyslexia

The modern world is stitched together by threads of written language. For those with the reading disorder dyslexia, the endless tangle of words can feel like an obstacle to survival.

Source: ScienceAlert

26 Jun 2022

Covid variants inevitable as long as virus continues to spread, doctors say

The virus that causes covid-19 has mutated again and again, and experts say new variants will continue, in part because of the nature of the virus and also because large swaths of the population choose not to be vaccinated. “Should we expect more varian…

Source: TribLIVE

26 Jun 2022

Virus outbreak: 3rd monkeypox case confirmed in Houston area, officials say - KTRK

Officials confirmed the third monkeypox case in Houston. The resident recently traveled internationally.

Source: KTRK-TV

26 Jun 2022

Monkeypox spreading locally at large LA County events, health officials say

On Saturday, the US surpassed 200 confirmed cases nationwide, 51 of which are in California, according to the CDC’s latest data.

Source: New York Post

25 Jun 2022

COVID Symptoms vs. Cold: Here's How to Spot the Difference

If you’ve come down with a runny nose or sore throat recently, you may be wondering whether it’s the common cold, allergies or a COVID-19 infection.

Source: NBC Chicago

25 Jun 2022

What Chemical Elements Make up the Human Body?

Of the 118 chemical elements found on Earth, only 21 make up the human body. Here we break down the elemental composition of the average human.

Source: Visual Capitalist

25 Jun 2022

First Probable Case of Monkeypox Reported in Suburban Cook County

The first probable case of monkeypox has been detected in suburban Cook County, health officials announced Saturday.

Source: NBC Chicago

25 Jun 2022

Theta Waves: A Marker of Emotional Regulation

Emotional regulation was linked to theta wave activity in the frontal cortex of the brain.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

25 Jun 2022

COVID Los Angeles: County sees rise in hospitalizations; 76 being treated in intensive care - KABC

The number of people hospitalized with a coronavirus infection in Los Angeles County has increased by 21 people to 762.

Source: KABC-TV

25 Jun 2022

First probable case of monkeypox reported in suburban Cook County

COOK COUNTY, Ill. — Health officials in Cook County announced Saturday the first reported probable case of monkeypox in the Chicago suburbs. The Cook County of  Department of Public Health and the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) said the presumpti…

Source: WGN TV Chicago

25 Jun 2022

Why do I wake up feeling so sick that I can't face breakfast?

DR ELLIE: One of the more common reasons for daily nausea is anxiety, and in some cases stress, which can both cause very profound physical symptoms. (File image.)

Source: Daily Mail

25 Jun 2022

First Evidence of Replay During Sleep in the Human Motor Cortex, Which Governs Voluntary Movement

Data collected from a tetraplegic man learning a BCI to play Simon showed the brain replays the learned information during sleep.Why do we sleep? Scientists have debated this question for millennia, but a new study by researchers at Massachusetts General Hosp…

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

25 Jun 2022

Alzheimer's Disease Affects Most Known Biological Pathways in the Brain

Out of 341 known biological pathways, 91% are linked to Alzheimer's disease.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

25 Jun 2022

Flu Vaccination Linked to 40% Lower Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Over the course of four years, those who received at least one influenza vaccine were 40% less likely than their non-vaccinated peers to acquire Alzheimer's disease, according to a new study from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Resea…

Source: SciTechDaily

25 Jun 2022

The #1 Worst Drink Causing a Fatty Liver, New Research Suggests — Eat This Not That

The results of a recent study which found that soft drinks can increase the risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.

Source: Eatthis.com

25 Jun 2022

The #1 Worst Drink Causing a Fatty Liver, New Research Suggests

Source: msnNOW

25 Jun 2022

More Than 900 Cases of Hepatitis of Unknown Origin Reported in Children, WHO Says

Health officials across 33 countries have received reports of 920 probable cases of severe acute hepatitis of unknown ...

Source: Ntd.com

25 Jun 2022

N.J. reports 2,372 COVID cases, 8 new deaths, as total deaths cross the 34,000 mark

New Jersey's seven-day average for confirmed cases was 2,075 on Saturday - down 6% from a week ago, and down 47% from a month ago.

Source: nj.com

25 Jun 2022

COVID test results: Does a faint line mean you’re positive?

A faint line has showed up on your at-home COVID-19 test. What does this mean?

Source: Deseret News

25 Jun 2022

What is non-exercise activity thermogenesis (NEAT)?

Pondering the question ‘what is non-exercise activity thermogenesis?’ We reveal everything you need to know, including how many calories it burns and how to increase your NEAT

Source: Live Science

25 Jun 2022

How do painkillers actually kill pain? From ibuprofen to fentanyl, it’s about meeting the pain where it’s at

Without the ability to feel pain, life is more dangerous. To avoid injury, pain tells us to use a hammer more gently, wait for the soup to cool or put on gloves in a snowball fight. Those with rare inherited disorders that leave them without the ability to fe…

Source: Raw Story

25 Jun 2022

Taking This New Supplement Could Prevent Heart Disease — Best Life

Here's why you might want to swap your omega-3s for a a new saturated fat supplement that could help prevent heart disease.

Source: Best Life

25 Jun 2022

8 Best Breakfast Habits for High Blood Pressure, Say Dietitians — Eat This Not That

Breakfast is an excellent meal for beginning your fight against high blood pressure because so many common breakfast items tend raise it.

Source: Eatthis.com

25 Jun 2022

Age and sex-specific risks of myocarditis and pericarditis following Covid-19 messenger RNA vaccines

There have been reports of myocarditis and pericarditis following mRNA COVID-9 vaccination. Here, the authors use nationwide data from France and find increased risks of these outcomes in the first week following vaccination, for both the first and second dos…

Source: Nature.com

25 Jun 2022

Vision loss: One vitamin may be linked to a ‘rapid’ reduction in vision ‘over minutes’

UNLIKE drugs, supplements are not intended to treat, prevent or cure diseases, but instead are designed to bridge nutritional gaps. Certain vitamins, however, may interact closely with the nerves in the body, causing temporary vision loss.

Source: Express

25 Jun 2022

L.A. County public health officials confirm communal transmission of monkeypox

The Los Angeles County Public Health Department confirmed Friday the existence of monkeypox cases that were transmitted within the community. Public health officials said several of the 22 cases reported in Los Angeles County have no history of international …

Source: KTLA Los Angeles

24 Jun 2022

Dyslexia Actually Grants Special Powers, Researchers Say

A team of Cambridge scientists say dyslexia encourages creativity and innovation and could lead to humanity's success as we evolve.

Source: Futurism

24 Jun 2022

Brain Bleeds in Babies' First Year Can Lead to Long-Term Vision Problems

Babies who experience severe brain bleeds during their first year of life are more likely to have long-term visual problems, a new study reports.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

24 Jun 2022

Study Argues Developmental Dyslexia Essential to Human Adaptive Success

Researchers argue those with dyslexia are specialized to explore the unknown. This explorative bias has an evolutionary basis that plays a crucial role in human survival.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

24 Jun 2022

COVID-19 positive patients at higher risk of developing neurodegenerative disorders, new study shows

COVID-19 positive outpatients are at an increased risk of neurodegenerative disorders compared with individuals who tested negative for the virus, a new study presented today at the 8th European Academy of Neurology (EAN) Congress has shown.

Source: Medical Xpress

24 Jun 2022

The best sleeping position to prevent Alzheimer’s, ALS and Parkinson’s, according to new study

On your back, face down, on the side—when you’re napping or going to bed for the night, what position do you tend to sleep in?

Source: Seniorsmatter.com

24 Jun 2022

WHO says over 900 probable cases of acute hepatitis reported in children

Thirty-three countries have reported 920 probable cases of severe acute hepatitis in children so far, a jump of 270 from May, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday.

Source: Reuters

24 Jun 2022

WHO says over 900 probable cases of acute hepatitis reported in children

The WHO said that the European Region accounted for half the probable cases, including 267 from the United Kingdom, while a third of the probable cases were ...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

24 Jun 2022

Researchers Uncover Brain Waves Related to Social Behavior

Study reveals brain wave activity in the medial prefrontal cortex and amygdala associated with social behavior in mice.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

24 Jun 2022

Females Found to Itch Less Than Males

The female hormone estradiol helps suppress itch associated with psoriasis. The findings shed light on why men are more prone to psoriasis and offers hope for new targeted treatment for itch disorders.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

24 Jun 2022

Diagnosed HIV cases plummet during pandemic — but that's probably bad news

Before COVID-19, the CDC estimated that more than 1 million people were living with HIV — but that about 13% were unaware. Experts worry that percentage has jumped.

Source: New York Post

24 Jun 2022

Doctor told her sex was painful because of her age. It turned out to be ovarian cancer

What are the early warning signs of ovarian cancer? Mara Kofoed was diagnosed after months of trying to figure out vague symptoms such as fatigue and...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

24 Jun 2022

If You Can Stand on One Leg for 10 Seconds in Middle Age Your Heath Risk Plummets

Middle-aged people unable to stand on one leg for 10 seconds are almost twice as likely to die within the next decade, according to new research.

Source: Good News Network

24 Jun 2022

Omicron variant: 4 key symptoms to expect —

The new omicron variants, BA.4 and BA.5, are rapidly spreading in the U.S. Here are the symptoms you should look out for

Source: Deseret News

24 Jun 2022

Possible monkeypox case being investigated in Travis County, Texas

Austin Public Health announced it is investigating a possible monkeypox case in Travis County. It is waiting for results from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to confirm the case.

Source: KXAN.com

24 Jun 2022

Israeli scientists discover how to make elderly human skin young again

Source: Google News

24 Jun 2022

Norfolk: Control zone created while officials test for disease in pigs

Tests have "ruled out" foot and mouth disease, a government spokesman said.

Source: BBC News

24 Jun 2022

Monkeypox outbreak growing across Britain

British officials said the monkeypox outbreak in the U.K. is growing across the country mainly among men who are gay or bisexual or other men who have sex with men

Source: ABC News

24 Jun 2022

CDC reports "high" COVID-19 community level in Missoula County

Missoula County moved into the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s high COVID-19 risk level.

Source: KPAX-TV

24 Jun 2022

Monkeypox in the Bay Area: Here's what you need to know

Local health officials are advising Bay Area residents and their health care providers to...

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

24 Jun 2022

Here’s when adults gain the most weight: study

Source: Google News

24 Jun 2022

Study: Flu vaccination linked to 40% reduced risk of Alzheimer's disease

People who received at least one influenza vaccine were 40% less likely than their non-vaccinated peers to develop Alzheimer's disease over the course of four years, according to a new study from UTHealth Houston.

Source: Medical Xpress

24 Jun 2022

Motorbike rider, 48, ruptured his TESTICLE after losing control and ploughing into a wall

Medics from New Jersey in the US have reported using a live X-ray and gel to help fix a 48-year-old man's ruptured testicle an injury he suffered as a result of colliding into a wall with a motorbike.

Source: Daily Mail

24 Jun 2022

N.J reports 2,538 COVID cases, 14 deaths. High transmission risk remains in 4 counties.

New Jersey's seven-day average for confirmed cases was 2,051 on Friday, down 9% from a week ago, and down 48% from a month ago.

Source: nj.com

24 Jun 2022

A stranger diagnosed my stomach pain after I couldn't eat for 9 months

Annie Marshall, 20, dropped 35 pounds after being unable to eat for nine months, leaving her desperate for answers.

Source: New York Post

24 Jun 2022

One Week No-Sugar Mediterranean Diet Meal Plan

Ditch added sugars while reaping the benefits of the Mediterranean diet in this nourishing and satisfying 7-day plan.

Source: Eatingwell.com

24 Jun 2022

What's a Good Resting Heart Rate, Anyway?

Is your resting heart too high? Too low? Here's what the experts say.

Source: Lifehacker.com

24 Jun 2022

Experts: Team Biden is blowing it on the monkeypox outbreak

On a slow news day like today, why not check in on a topic we haven’t visited in a while? Tell me if this sounds familiar. A deadly virus begins spreading undetected in the United States, threat...

Source: Hot Air

24 Jun 2022

4 Surprising Effects of Eating Egg Yolks — Eat This Not That

You've heard that the egg has a lot of potential benefits for your health. But when it comes to the egg yolk, you'll be surprised.

Source: Eatthis.com

24 Jun 2022

Monkeypox mutates at unprecedented rate with 'accelerated evolution,' study finds

There are more than 3,500 cases of the virus in 44 countries globally.

Source: New York Post

24 Jun 2022

Using Vitamin Supplements to Avoid Heart Disease, Cancer Are 'Wasting Money' for Most

New medical guidance notes market booms as Americans seek good health in pills.

Source: Drugtopics.com

24 Jun 2022

How your body clock drives your immune system

The body clock affects your immune system. Here's what that means for your health

Source: Axios

24 Jun 2022

NYC clinic offering monkeypox vaccine to gay and bi men forced to close due to overwhelming demand

Hundreds were seen lining up for their jab at the Chelsea Sexual Health Clinic Thursday - after officials sent out a sudden announcement announcing the already in progress rollout.

Source: Daily Mail

24 Jun 2022

Dyslexia isn't a disorder, it's part of our species' cultural evolution, say researchers

People with dyslexia have brains that are specialised to explore the unknown, and this strength has contributed to the success and survival of our species.

Source: BBC Focus Magazine

24 Jun 2022

Doctor warns beach-goers of flesh-eating bacteria

A Louisiana man is recovering in the hospital after getting infected with a flesh-eating bacteria.

Source: WRAL.com

24 Jun 2022

Forgetting This Could Be an Early Sign of Dementia — Best Life

Forgetting names, conversations, stories, and words for objects are all early signs of dementia. Here's what you can do about it.

Source: Best Life

24 Jun 2022

Will COVID evolve to cause less severe disease? Why we can't assume the answer is yes

COVID is the first time in history we are watching a virus evolve in real time. There’s...

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

24 Jun 2022

Lacking This Vitamin Can Lead to Dementia, Says New Study — Eat This Not That

Certain lifestyle changes can keep your brain healthy, reducing your risk of age-related disorders like dementia.

Source: Eatthis.com

24 Jun 2022

Walking For Weight Loss - 17 Tips To Burn More Calories

Get ready for your hot girl walk.

Source: Women's Health

24 Jun 2022

The US Is Underreacting to Monkeypox

Source: Google News

24 Jun 2022

Study Of More Than 150,000 Women Says This Simple Habit Could Increase Longevity

Plus, other methods for supporting healthy aging.

Source: mindbodygreen.com

24 Jun 2022

Phylogenomic characterization and signs of microevolution in the 2022 multi-country outbreak of monkeypox virus

Nature Medicine - Phylogenomic characterization and signs of microevolution in the 2022 multi-country outbreak of monkeypox virus

Source: Nature.com

24 Jun 2022

Study suggests attraction to men is a risk factor for eating disorders

Can being attracted to men be hazardous for your health? An article published in the Journal of Eating Disorders suggests that attraction to men is a risk factor for eating disorders. ...

Source: PsyPost

24 Jun 2022

The Effects of Sleep Debt

Recent studies in humans and mice have shown that late nights and early mornings may cause long lasting damage to your brain.

Source: New York Times

24 Jun 2022

COVID Vaccines Saved Nearly 20 Million Lives In 1st Year, Scientists Say

Researchers from Imperial College London estimated the shots prevented 1.9 million deaths in the United States during the first year they became available.

Source: HuffPost

24 Jun 2022

Woman's Year-Long Mystery Illness Diagnosed By Stranger On Facebook

A woman who suffers from a debilitating disease was given a diagnosis by a stranger on Facebook

Source: LADbible

24 Jun 2022

WHO eyes monkeypox global emergency; cases surge in Britain, elsewhere in Europe

A World Health Organization declaration could escalate the international response as monkeypox cases rapidly rise in Britain despite efforts to contain it.

Source: The Washington Post

24 Jun 2022

UK On Polio Alert: What You Need To Know About The Disease

Poliomyelitis (polio) is a devastating disease that historically has caused paralysis and death around the world. It is caused by polioviruses, small RNA viruses that can damage cells in the nervous system.

Source: NDTV News

24 Jun 2022

This Simple 10 Second Balance Test Can Tell if Your Risk of Death Is Double

The inability to stand on one leg for 10 seconds in mid to later life is linked to a near doubling in risk of death. A near doubling of the probability of dying from any cause during the following 10 years is associated with the inability to stand on one leg …

Source: SciTechDaily

24 Jun 2022

Health officials confirm first case of monkeypox in North Carolina

Health officials have confirmed the first case of monkeypox in North Carolina Thursday.

Source: WSOC Charlotte

24 Jun 2022

Makeup artist shares how she finally managed to heal her chronic eczema

A glamorous makeup artist has opened up about the horrors of eczema and how she has managed to prevent flare ups this winter using a multitude of products and wellness treatments.

Source: Daily Mail

24 Jun 2022

Alzheimer's linked to swearing and bad parking

New findings show that imprudently altruistic old people are at a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, too.

Source: New York Post

24 Jun 2022

Polio Virus Has Been Detected in London's Sewage

A type of poliovirus derived from vaccines has been detected in London sewage samples, the World Health Organization and British health officials said Wednesday, adding that more analysis was underway.

Source: ScienceAlert

24 Jun 2022

Los Angeles County reports 14 total probable cases of monkeypox as infections slowly rise across US - KABC

Los Angeles County public health officials on Thursday reported 14 total probable cases of monkeypox in the region.

Source: KABC-TV

24 Jun 2022

COVID-19 Vaccines, Boosters Strongly Recommended for Older San Diegans

Vaccination Progress: Received at least one shot: Nearly 2.98 million or 94.6% of San Diegans age 5 and older are at least partially vaccinated. Fully vaccinated: Over 2.63 million or 83.7%. Boosters administered: 1,366,219 or 57.3% of 2,384,778 eligible San …

Source: countynewscenter.com

23 Jun 2022

Researchers Discover Solutions to Gender Bias in Autism Diagnoses

Study reports girls and boys show similar rates of concern for ASD and identifies several biases contributing to the inflated sex ratio for autism diagnosis. The findings could help with the early identification of girls on the autism spectrum.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

23 Jun 2022

'Travel Therapy': Could a Vacation Help Mental Health and Well-Being?

Vacations may not just be an opportunity for recreation, they may also provide mental and overall health benefits.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

23 Jun 2022

Researchers at Boston University unravel gene most responsible for Alzheimer's disease

Although the link between the gene and the disease is well established, the mechanism responsible for the underlying risk in brain cells has been unclear in research until the recent discovery, according to researchers from the BU School of Medicine.

Source: WCVB Boston

23 Jun 2022

A Surprising Link Between Immune System and Hair Growth

Regulatory T cells interact with skin cells using glucocorticoid hormones to generate new hair follicles and promote hair growth. The findings could have positive implications for the development of new therapies to treat alopecia and other hair loss disorder…

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

23 Jun 2022

COVID vaccines saved 20M lives in 1st year, scientists say - The Associated Press

Nearly 20 million lives were saved by COVID-19 vaccines during their first year, but even more deaths could have been prevented if international targets for the shots had been reached, researchers reported Thursday.

Source: Associated Press

23 Jun 2022

UPDATE 1-U.S. CDC confirms evidence of local monkeypox transmission

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said there was evidence of local transmission of monkeypox, in addition to reports of cases where...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

23 Jun 2022

BA.4/BA.5 will soon be dominant in the US. Here’s what that means

With the BA.4/5 rise, it's unclear what will come next—and if we'll see it coming.

Source: Ars Technica

23 Jun 2022

Get to know your face mites

I’ve been isolating the past week or so, to make sure I didn’t catch COVID on my recent trip to Portugal. It’s been fine. I work, write, eat, watch trash tv. It’s getting a little boring, to be hon…

Source: Boing Boing

23 Jun 2022

Are the new omicron subvariants more infectious or more deadly? What to know

Omicron has led to subvariants called BA 4 and BA 5. The current dominant variant spreading COVID in the U.S. is BA.2.12.1. What is the future of coronavirus...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

23 Jun 2022

Origin of the Monkeypox Outbreak Becomes Clearer to Scientists

Even as cases rise, genetic analysis suggests that the virus has been silently circulating in people since 2018.

Source: New York Times

23 Jun 2022

First monkeypox case in North Carolina reported

State health officials reported the first case of monkeypox in a North Carolina resident on Thursday, June 23, 2022.

Source: WLOS

23 Jun 2022

Get Beastly to Train Your Core, Back, and More With This Efficient Exercise

This bear plank variation adds some weights to become a formidable full-body workout.

Source: menshealth.com

23 Jun 2022

A Mother's Blood May Carry the Secret to One Type of Autism

Maternal autoantibody–related autism spectrum disorder (MAR ASD) is marked by specific maternal antibodies that react to certain proteins in the fetal brain. Examining the plasma of expecting mothers, researchers found mothers with reactivity to one of the ni…

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

23 Jun 2022

Biden monkeypox response mirrors early coronavirus missteps

The Biden administration's response to the monkeypox outbreak raises concerns that the country is ill-prepared for the next major pandemic.

Source: The Washington Post

23 Jun 2022

Study finds link between eating lots of seafood and skin cancer

Does what you eat raise your skin cancer risk? Eating more fish was associated with a higher risk of melanoma in a new study. What seafood lovers need to...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

23 Jun 2022

If You Meet Any of These 5 Criteria, You Need To Cut Back on Sugar — Eat This Not That

Who are the people who may want to lower their added sugar intake? We asked dietitians to tell us who may want to be careful.

Source: Eatthis.com

23 Jun 2022

Man fighting for life in ICU after contracting flesh-eating bacteria on Gulf coast

This year, a deadly type of flesh-eating bacteria called Vibrio vulnificus is showing up sooner than in past summers.

Source: KTTC

23 Jun 2022

Some long COVID patients still have virus in the blood; Paxlovid rebound patients may need longer treatment

Some cases of long COVID may be the immune system's response to a SARS-CoV-2 infection lurking somewhere in the body, new findings from a small study suggest...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

23 Jun 2022

As US obesity epidemic grows, new study shows who is gaining weight over the last decade

Research published in the Journal of Obesity looked at the long-term weight gain of more than 13,800 U.S. adults — a rare data point unearthed in obesity research. The study shows more than half of American adults gained 5% or more body weight over a 10-year …

Source: EurekAlert

23 Jun 2022

The 9 Best Mouthwashes in 2022, According to Dentists

They also won’t leave your mouth feeling like it’s on fire.

Source: Prevention.com

23 Jun 2022

CDC panel recommends seniors get newer flu vaccines

A federal advisory panel recommended that U.S. seniors receive newer flu vaccines. Those who are ages 65 and up are at higher risk of developing flu complications.

Source: Fox News

23 Jun 2022

Drinking Olive Oil: Nutritionists Are Skeptical of New Trend

This Mediterranean diet staple has benefits for heart health, gut health, and more — but drinking olive oil is one trend RDNs can’t stomach.

Source: Everyday Health

23 Jun 2022

Wild poliovirus type 1 (WPV1) – Mozambique

Source: World Health Organization

23 Jun 2022

NYC Launches Monkeypox Shots – But Walk-in Demand Overwhelms Capacity

WHO will decide if monkeypox should be declared a global health emergency, while NYC is doling out the vaccine amid the outbreak.

Source: NBC New York

23 Jun 2022

Being Predictable Is The Key to Nurturing Your Child's Brain Development

Scientists have long known that the experiences you have during infancy and childhood play an important role in shaping how your brain matures and how you behave as an adult. But figuring out why this happens has been difficult.

Source: ScienceAlert

23 Jun 2022

Where's the next generation of COVID-19 shots?

The original COVID-19 vaccines targeted a version of the coronavirus that doesn’t exist anymore. Vaccine companies and regulators are working on ways to upgrade the vaccines to offer better protection against omicron and other variants.

Source: The Verge

23 Jun 2022

These are the best immune-boosting foods, according to nutrition experts

Nutrition experts reveal to Fox News Digital the best foods which can support your immunity, and help you maintain a wholesome and well-balanced diet.

Source: Fox News

23 Jun 2022

Deadly mosquito-borne JCV virus detected in Michigan's Bay County: How to protect yourself

Jamestown Canyon virus has been detected in a pool of mosquitoes collected in Bay County.

Source: Detroit Free Press

23 Jun 2022

This "Dangerous" COVID Symptom May Last for Years Undetected

Many COVID survivors may be experiencing long-term loss of smell and taste without realizing it, and it could have dangerous consequences.

Source: Best Life

23 Jun 2022

7 Eating Habits That Help You Feel Younger After 50 — Eat This Not That

If you're wondering how to feel younger after 50, the answer may be in the food you eat. Here are some helpful eating habits to try.

Source: Eatthis.com

23 Jun 2022

Some Advice: Don't Need Major Jaw Surgery

I started crossing off the days to stay sane, marking the various checkpoints along the way but also keeping track of how long I can go without having a meltdown.

Source: Defector.com

23 Jun 2022

'Youthful mindset' key to longer, healthier life? Simply feeling younger wards off disability, disease for older adults

Feeling young (even in old age) can lead to better odds of successfully completing rehabilitation from medical conditions.

Source: Study Finds

23 Jun 2022

Possible monkeypox case reported near Georgetown University

University officials said the person lives off campus, is in isolation and is doing well.

Source: The Washington Post

23 Jun 2022

Alzheimer's: Dressing scruffy, parking badly and swearing are signs of disease

From preferring slapstick comedy to scruffy clothes, research suggests there are many changes that could hint at the early stages of Alzheimer's before the characteristic forgetfullness sets in.

Source: Daily Mail

23 Jun 2022

Warning as mysterious STI strikes up to 1 in 16 women often with no warning signs

Experts are warning women of a stealthy STI that is often missed but strikes one in 16.

Source: New York Post

23 Jun 2022

U.S. To Increase Monkeypox Testing As WHO Weighs Possibility Of Global Health Emergency

The Department of Health and Human Services said more testing will help the country "better understand the scope of the current monkeypox outbreak."

Source: HuffPost

23 Jun 2022

Most women unaware of increased risk for Alzheimer’s

Source: Google News

23 Jun 2022

Nearly 1 in 5 adults who had COVID have lingering symptoms - U.S. study

Overall, 1 in 13 adults in the United States have long COVID symptoms lasting for three months or more after first contracting the disease, and which they...

Source: AOL

23 Jun 2022

Tourist Pepper Sprayed on Metro Yesterday, Frustrating Interaction with Transit Police

"Dear PoPville, I visiting the US for the first time, arrived 2 days ago in Washington before heading to Phillie tomorrow. Absolutely love the city BTW!! But I have no clue of what to expect in term of safety, police or if I should be cautious. Anyw…

Source: PoPville

23 Jun 2022

Protect yourselves: Virus detected in Michigan mosquitoes

The virus was detected in a mosquito in Bay County and humans could have moderate to severe symptoms if infected.

Source: The Detroit News

23 Jun 2022

6 People Who Should Never Drink Diet Soda, Say Doctors — Eat This Not That

Drinking diet soda is a bad habit for your health, but there are six types of people, in particular, who should never drink it, doctors warn.

Source: Eatthis.com

23 Jun 2022

Flaxseeds Are Loaded With Health Benefits, According to Science

More like FLEXseeds.

Source: menshealth.com

23 Jun 2022

New Omicron subvariant swamping the U.S. escapes immunity from vaccination and previous infections, new studies say

BA.5 recently became the dominant subvariant in the U.S.

Source: Fortune

23 Jun 2022

New Omicron subvariant swamping the U.S. escapes immunity from vaccination and previous infections, new studies say

The subvariants recently caused a fresh wave of infections in South Africa, and are pushing the U.K. to the brink of another wave of the disease.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

23 Jun 2022

The #1 Best Protein To Eat Every Day, Says Dietitian — Eat This Not That

There are tons of protein options to choose from, However, there's the one best protein to eat every day that takes the lead, accoding to our dietitian.

Source: Eatthis.com

23 Jun 2022

How to Stop a Panic Attack With Frozen Meat

Polyvagal theory, but using iced, iced beef, baby.

Source: Lifehacker.com

23 Jun 2022

'Long COVID' Symptoms Affect 20% Of Americans Who've Tested Positive

The Household Pulse Survey found that over 40% of Americans have tested positive for the coronavirus at some point.

Source: HuffPost

23 Jun 2022

7 dead amid 'worst' meningococcal outbreak in US history

After six men who have sex with men were reported dead from a meningococcal outbreak in Florida, the CDC is urging others to get a vaccination.

Source: INSIDER

23 Jun 2022

Exercise in the morning or night? Depends on your goal, new study says

Is there any science to support working out in the morning versus working out in the evening? A recent research study sheds some light.

Source: USA Today

23 Jun 2022

Weight loss expert, Dr. Mohit Bhandari talks about how Allurion has designed a scientific method that is

Spotlight News: Expert Speak: Weight loss specialist, Dr. Mohit Bhandari talks about how Allurion has designed a scientific method that is making an impact world over

Source: The Times of India

23 Jun 2022

Why Some Summer Fruits Make Your Tongue Itch, Even If You're Not Allergic

Turns out, you might be experiencing oral allergy syndrome, also known as pollen fruit syndrome.

Source: HuffPost

23 Jun 2022

3 things to know about good vs. bad carbs and the benefit of a low-carb diet

Some carbs deserve a bad reputation. Topping the list are simple carbs and foods high in “added” sugar. Here's what to know about good vs. bad carbs.

Source: Courier Journal

23 Jun 2022

Teens Are Getting Sick From Products With High THC Levels

With THC levels close to 100 percent, today’s cannabis products are making some teenagers highly dependent and dangerously ill.

Source: New York Times

23 Jun 2022

Austrian Man Contracts Antibiotic-Resistant 'Super Gonorrhea'

An Austrian man contracted an antibiotic-resistant strain of "super gonorrhea" while on vacation in Cambodia, unnerving public health authorities.

Source: Comic Sands

23 Jun 2022

3 ways to improve your health through your gut microbiome

Microorganisms may not sound appealing, but the living things in your body form your microbiome, which plays an essential part in many of your body's functions. Experts share simple ways to increase the diversity of your microbiome.

Source: CNN

23 Jun 2022

Social stress prematurely ages your immune system, study finds

Social stressors such as job and family problems can impact the immune system, killing off helpful cells and causing premature aging, research has found.

Source: CNN

23 Jun 2022

Where do drugs go when they're sniffed?

Think you know where drugs go when they're sniffed? Chances are, you've got it all wrong. We consulted the experts to find out the truth.

Source: Theface.com

23 Jun 2022

An Ancient Killer Is Rapidly Becoming Resistant to Antibiotics, Scientists Warn

Typhoid fever might be rare in developed countries, but this ancient threat, thought to have been around for millennia, is still very much a danger in our modern world.

Source: ScienceAlert

23 Jun 2022

U.S. to expand monkeypox testing at commercial labs as outbreak grows

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention started shipping test kits to five commercial laboratory companies this week.

Source: The Washington Post

23 Jun 2022

BYU study: How much screen time is too much for kids and parents?

A new study by the Wheatley Institution at BYU examines how people use social media and what it does to adolescent mental health

Source: Deseret News

23 Jun 2022

How exercise may help prevent Alzheimer's | NOVA

Exercise could be a powerful defense against Alzheimer’s disease. Three dementia researchers explain how it works.

Source: PBS

23 Jun 2022

Focus on zero-Covid leaves China vulnerable to flu epidemic

Xi Jinping orders public health policy to prioritise Covid control over all other diseases

Source: Financial Times

22 Jun 2022

Natural immunity offers greater COVID protection than vaccines, study finds

It’s something that has been up for discussion since the start of the pandemic: What provides greater protection from COVID?

Source: WESTERNMASSNEWS.com

22 Jun 2022

Can Acupuncture Reduce Headaches?

Researchers report acupuncture may help alleviate symptoms for sufferers of chronic tension headaches.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

22 Jun 2022

Riverside County public health officials announce first possible case of monkeypox after man tests positive for an orthopoxvirus - KABC

Riverside County may have their first probable case of monkeypox after one person tested positive for an orthopoxvirus, public health officials said.

Source: KABC-TV

22 Jun 2022

Understanding and Reframing the Fear of Rejection

At some point, we all face social rejection. Researchers say that while rejection affects us all differently, it's how respond to the setback that determines how rejection affects us.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

22 Jun 2022

Long COVID symptoms in SARS-CoV-2-positive children aged 0–14 years and matched controls in Denmark (LongCOVIDKidsDK): a national, cross-sectional study

Source: Google News

22 Jun 2022

Death of Man Who Received a Pig-Heart Transplant Remains a Mystery

Doctors can’t fully explain why David Bennett died two months after experimental surgery—but say his two months of survival are reason to pursue more research.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

22 Jun 2022

Money and health: Billions likely wasted on vitamins, supplements

A report from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force concluded numerous vitamins and supplements have no benefit, and some are actually more harmful.

Source: USA Today

22 Jun 2022

Neutralization Escape by SARS-CoV-2 Omicron Subvariants BA.2.12.1, BA.4, and BA.5 | NEJM

Correspondence from The New England Journal of Medicine — Neutralization Escape by SARS-CoV-2 Omicron Subvariants BA.2.12.1, BA.4, and BA.5

Source: nejm.org

22 Jun 2022

Maternal Vaccination and Risk of Hospitalization for Covid-19 among Infants | NEJM

Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — Maternal Vaccination and Risk of Hospitalization for Covid-19 among Infants

Source: nejm.org

22 Jun 2022

New coronavirus subvariants escape antibodies from vaccination and prior Omicron infection, studies suggest

Omicron subvariants BA.4 and BA.5 appear to escape antibody responses among both people who had previous Covid-19 infection and those who have been fully vaccinated and boosted, according to new data from researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, o…

Source: CNN

22 Jun 2022

CDC panel recommends US seniors get souped-up flu vaccines

A federal advisory panel says Americans 65 and older should get newer, souped-up flu vaccines

Source: ABC News

22 Jun 2022

CDC panel recommends US seniors get souped-up flu vaccines

Source: Google News

22 Jun 2022

CDC panel recommends US seniors get souped-up flu vaccines

Americans 65 and older should get newer, souped-up flu vaccines because regular shots don't provide them enough protection, a federal advisory panel said...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

22 Jun 2022

Hey Millennial Parents, It's Time To Bring Back 90s Summers

I’m taking lessons from those long, lazy, pre-Internet days.

Source: Scary Mommy

22 Jun 2022

Americans could be wasting billions each year on supplements

Source: Google News

22 Jun 2022

The use of maladaptive emotion regulation strategies is linked to worse coping during the first year of the pandemic

A Swiss study has shed light on how the use of specific emotion regulation strategies affected people’s coping during different stages of the COVID-19 pandemic. Adaptive strategies like positive reappraisal mitigated anxiety and depression during the early ph…

Source: PsyPost

22 Jun 2022

Monkeypox is spreading through sex: Is it an STD? Here’s what to know

Although this latest outbreak of monkeypox is spreading through sex, the disease itself is not a sexually-transmitted disease (STD), according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

Source: nj.com

22 Jun 2022

Mites that mate on our faces at night face extinction threat

Study of tiny parasites points to gene loss from adaptation putting them on dead-end evolutionary course

Source: The Guardian

22 Jun 2022

What Novavax, the Newest COVID Vaccine, Could Mean for Future COVID Protection

The FDA is expected to authorize a fourth COVID-19 vaccine, but how it'll be used remains unclear.

Source: CNET

22 Jun 2022

Man charged with stabbing death of his lover | Loop Jamaica

The Hunts Bay police have arrested and charged 22-year-old Elymel Anderson for the murder of 34-year-old Horace Marksman at their St Andrew home last year. The incident occurred at the home both men shared in Phase II, Seaview Gardens in King

Source: Loopnews.com

22 Jun 2022

Husband complaining about your snoring? Blame your hormones!

Researchers in Norway have found that women who are deficient in the female sex hormones are more likely to suffer sleep apnoea.

Source: Daily Mail

22 Jun 2022

Reactivation of Chickenpox Virus Following COVID-19 Injections on the Rise

News Analysis Doctors and scientists are seeing an increase in the reactivation of the chickenpox virus, known as ...

Source: Theepochtimes.com

22 Jun 2022

Brushing teeth at a certain time of day is a 'significant' factor for longevity says study

LONGEVITY is subject to many factors, some of which cannot be changed, such as good genes. One modifiable factor that's 'significant' is brushing your teeth at a specific time of day, research suggests.

Source: Express

22 Jun 2022

Could monkeypox be the next West Nile Virus?

Dr Bobbi Pritt, a pathologist at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, told DailyMail.com that both diseases had been known for years and initially spread undetected in the United States.

Source: Daily Mail

22 Jun 2022

It's Official. Vitamins Don't Do Much for Health

F. Perry Wilson summarizes the meager evidence behind a $30 billion market.

Source: Medscape

22 Jun 2022

5 Best Eating Habits To Lose Weight and Keep It Off, Say Dietitians — Eat This Not That

Keeping the weight off once you lose it can be challenging, so we rounded up five eating habits that can help you reach your goals.

Source: Eatthis.com

22 Jun 2022

This Gut-Friendly Golden Milk Smoothie Should Really Be Called The *Golden Child* of All Anti-Inflammatory Recipes

This gut-friendly golden milk smoothie recipe is loaded with prebiotic fiber and anti-inflammatory ingredients to power through the day.

Source: Well+Good