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14 Jun 2021

Vaccinated Los Angeles doctor diagnosed with COVID-19, warns about breakthrough cases: report

Dr. Eugene Choi, a Los Angeles-based radiologist, said in an interview published Saturday that he came down with COVID-19 despite receiving the vaccine about six months ago.

Source: Fox News

13 Jun 2021

Covid cases fall across US but experts warn of dangers of vaccine hesitancy

Health experts emphasize need for even those who have had disease to get inoculated

Source: The Guardian

13 Jun 2021

The Doctor Who Eliminated Smallpox Says COVID-19 Is Here To Stay

Dr. Larry Brilliant spoke with Harry Siegel about why it’s too late to hope for herd immunity despite the “magic” of vaccines, and much more.

Source: Daily Beast

13 Jun 2021

Covid: Common diabetes drug may help treat lung inflammation

Blood sugar-lowering drug Metformin can prevent pulmonary or lung inflammation, a major factor in Covid-19 severity and mortality, researchers have found in studies of mice infected by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.

Source: India TV News

13 Jun 2021

Deposits of Copper And Magnetic Iron Found in Alzheimer's Patients' Brains

Set aside every scrap of iron inside a human body and you might have enough to fashion a nail or two. As for copper, you'd be lucky to extract just enough to make a small earring.

Source: ScienceAlert

13 Jun 2021

In China's Latest Outbreak, Doctors Say the Infected Get Sicker, Faster

As the delta variant of the coronavirus spreads in southeastern China, doctors say they are finding that the symptoms are different and more dangerous than...

Source: New York Times

13 Jun 2021

'It's a moving chess board': Covid reopening creates new anxieties

Deirdre Lawson was living her best life before the pandemic -- if she wasn't traveling, she was going to concerts, movies or doing other activities with friends -- often at the spur of the moment.

Source: CNN

13 Jun 2021

Coronavirus variants can evade antibodies by spreading via supercells: Study

Highly infectious coronavirus can change human cells, making them fuse with two or more nearby cells

Source: The Tribune India

13 Jun 2021

Scientists issue warning that UK could see 100,000 daily Covid cases by July

Scientists issue warning that UK could see 100,000 daily Covid cases by July

Source: News.com.au

13 Jun 2021

‘People are so burned out’: US essential workers struggle as restrictions lifted

Workers fight for permanent improvements to wages and benefits as many are concerned about safety and angry over working conditions

Source: The Guardian

13 Jun 2021

IAN BIRRELL: British head of Wellcome Trust accused of stifling debate on Wuhan lab leak theory

IAN BIRRELL: The director of the world's biggest philanthropic science funding body said he had 'tremendous responsibility to be accountable for what we do and to be as transparent as we can be'.

Source: Daily Mail

13 Jun 2021

Long-Haul COVID-19 for Children and Teenagers

While most people with severe COVID-19 were adults, experts are also learning how seemingly mild cases of COVID-19 have turned into debilitating cases of long-haul COVID-19.

Source: Healthline

13 Jun 2021

'It is bone-crushing pain' | News

Linton and Beverly Bell were so excited as they got ready to welcome their ‘wash-belly’. The moment he entered the world, his mom said, their baby Noel was actually bawling. That’s good, right? Not in this case, as his cry was really groaning. Mrs...

Source: Jamaica Gleaner

13 Jun 2021

Vaxxinity hopes its Covid jab technology will help treat Alzheimer’s

US biotech says pandemic has helped it accelerate development of new class of drugs

Source: Financial Times

13 Jun 2021

There Could Be a Dark Side to Mandating Vaccination, Survey Finds

Should governments compel their citizens to receive vaccinations? It's a question that's more pertinent than ever in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, but a new study suggests that forcing people into getting jabs could become counter-productive.

Source: ScienceAlert

13 Jun 2021

Local man waiting for double lung transplant after battling COVID-19

PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – The past couple of months have been gut wrenching for the West family as Bill West is waiting for a double lung transplant after battling COVID-19.

Source: KPTV.com

12 Jun 2021

Pill for diabetics could also protect against heart failure

The medication, empagliflozin, is thought to stimulate the heart, making it more efficient and leading to 'significant improvements' in function after just three months.

Source: Daily Mail

12 Jun 2021

DR ELLIE CANNON: What can I do about dry eyes… that just won't stop streaming?

DR ELLIE CANNON: Dry, itchy and red eyes are very common. When the symptoms happen all the time, doctors may refer to it as dry eye syndrome.

Source: Daily Mail

12 Jun 2021

Two Monkeypox cases discovered in UK

Monkeypox causes a rash and pus-filled blisters to grow on the body.

Source: New York Post

12 Jun 2021

Congo president says Kinshasa hospitals 'overwhelmed' by coronavirus

Hospitals in Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa are "overwhelmed" by a rise in COVID-19 infections, President Felix Tshisekedi said on Saturday, as the country was hit by a third wave of the disease.

Source: Reuters

12 Jun 2021

4 deaths, 357 new COVID-19 cases reported in Utah Saturday

The Utah Department of Health reported 357 new COVID-19 cases in the state on Saturday, plus four deaths and 14,000 vaccinations.

Source: KSL.com

12 Jun 2021

40% of Utahns are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19

Utah's latest coronavirus data released from the state Department of Health.

Source: Salt Lake Tribune

12 Jun 2021

ER visits for suspected suicide attempts among teen girls rose during pandemic, CDC study says

The CDC called for "increased attention to, and prevention for, this population."

Source: CBS News

12 Jun 2021

Alabama won’t meet Biden’s COVID-19 vaccination goal by July 4

Alabama continues to have the second lowest COVID-19 vaccination rate in the U.S.

Source: AL.com

12 Jun 2021

Covid: Huge queues at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre pop-up vaccine site

The clinic for over-18s reached capacity after an online advert was shared thousands of times.

Source: BBC News

12 Jun 2021

Signs of an unhealthy gut, according to Ayurveda

The importance of a healthy gut cannot be stressed enough. A healthy gut means good mental and physical health.

Source: The Times of India

12 Jun 2021

Pharma is winning the big business popularity contest

COVID-19 vaccines made pharma more popular, while tech’s ratings took a nosedive over the past year. Also this week, research showed why the Alpha coronavirus variant spreads so quickly.

Source: The Verge

12 Jun 2021

Black and Latino communities are left behind in Covid-19 vaccination efforts

Although a few states have seen large increases in vaccination rates among Black and Latino Americans, most are still trailing behind

Source: The Guardian

12 Jun 2021

Covid: PM promises 'caution' over 21 June lockdown end

Boris Johnson says it is vital any changes are "irreversible", amid rising Delta variant cases.

Source: BBC News

12 Jun 2021

Want to Exercise Your Mind And Your Body? Take a Hike

Before COVID-19, the popularity of hiking was on a downward slope in both adults and children. But its popularity has spiked during the pandemic, seeing many more people taking to trails than usual.

Source: ScienceAlert

12 Jun 2021

New U.S. COVID-19 cases and deaths jump to two weeks highs

U.S. adults receiving at least one vaccine dose rose to 64.1% of the adult population

Source: MarketWatch

12 Jun 2021

Finally, Bay Area hospitals shutter COVID wards as threat of coronavirus recedes

As coronavirus hospitalizations plummet, Bay Area medical centers are beginning to return to pre-pandemic practices.

Source: The Mercury News

12 Jun 2021

Side Effects of Giving Up Beer, According to Science

Kicking the beer can (or bottle or draft) can have amazing health benefits. And you don't have to be an excessive drinker to reap the rewards.

Source: Eatthis.com

12 Jun 2021

‘Modern Family’ Star Jesse Tyler Ferguson Reveals He Had a Skin Cancer Scare on Instagram

“Reminder to stay up to date on your dermatology checks.”

Source: Prevention.com

12 Jun 2021

Summertime West Nile virus threat difficult to predict

North Dakota case numbers rise and fall over time

Source: INFORUM

12 Jun 2021

Experts Predict Summer 2021 Will Be a ‘Tick Time Bomb’ — Here’s How to Stay Safe

“We are already seeing more ticks this season than last year.”

Source: WomansDay.com

12 Jun 2021

These Foods Can Sabotage Your Weight Loss Progress, Says New Study

Foods that have a high glycemic index (GI) are much more likely to increase the risk of weight gain following weight loss.

Source: Eatthis.com

12 Jun 2021

'I woke up absolutely glowing': Amazon shoppers are raving about this $7 vitamin C serum

Fine lines, dark spots, dry skin — none of 'em stand a chance. 'Mind blown,' says one of 6,400 five-star reviewers.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

12 Jun 2021

HIV is no longer a death sentence. But decades-old stigma persists.

Forty years after the CDC's first scientific report describing what is now known as AIDS, advocates say HIV stigma persists.

Source: NBC News

12 Jun 2021

Neuroscientist Karl Deisseroth: ‘Coronavirus has changed us all’

The neuroscientist and psychiatrist explains Zoom fatigue - and why the conditions of the pandemic can induce an ‘altered state’<br>

Source: The Guardian

12 Jun 2021

Coronavirus Update: Russia recorded 12505 new cases in 24 hours | Latest World English News | WION

Source: Google News

12 Jun 2021

Medicine’s Failure With Women in Pain

Women have faced centuries of doubt and discrimination over their ailments, from ancient Greece to modern diagnoses of ‘hysteria’

Source: The Wall Street Journal

12 Jun 2021

Study: Vapers, Smokers Not More Likely to be Infected with COVID-19 by Landon Mion

Despite concerns from earlier in the coronavirus pandemic that vaping and smoking could lead to an increased risk of becoming infected with the virus, a new study found that tobacco

Source: Townhall

12 Jun 2021

COVID-19 LIVE UPDATES: 36.8% of population in Kansas has completed vaccination

Here are the latest COVID-19 updates in the Kansas City metro area.

Source: KMBC Kansas City

12 Jun 2021

WHO warns COVID-19 delta variant could 'take hold' over Europe

Source: Google News

12 Jun 2021

TikTok trend, dry scooping, could land you in the hospital... or worse - WLS

Briatney Portillo, a 20-year-old social media influencer, is speaking out about the harmful trend.

Source: WLS-TV

12 Jun 2021

Study says children on a vegan diet may have stunted growth and other health problems

A new study found that children reared on a vegan diet may have stunted growth and other health problems compared to those raised on a diet that includes meat. The study was conducted by researchers at the University College London and the Children's Memori…

Source: TheBlaze

12 Jun 2021

Concerns grow over COVID-19 Delta variant

An outbreak of the Delta COVID-19 variant at Calgary’s Foothills Medical Centre is growing, with fully vaccinated people testing positive, leading some medical experts to say this is proof vaccinations alone aren’t the solution to getting us out of the pandem…

Source: CityNews Calgary

12 Jun 2021

CDC warns of respiratory illness spreading across the South

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a health advisory for increased levels of interseasonal respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, in the Southern United States.

Source: WSFA

11 Jun 2021

Both twice-widowed, two 95-year-olds found a new chance at love in 2021

"I hope I make it to 100 so we can have five years together."

Source: Upworthy

11 Jun 2021

Teenager shares 12 clever safety tips for women that you may never have considered before

18-year-old Spencer Barbosa's TikTok video has become a viral safety lesson.

Source: Upworthy

11 Jun 2021

Covid: Is there a limit to how much worse variants can get?

The coronavirus has changed and changed again, getting more transmissible each time.

Source: BBC News

11 Jun 2021

Yes, even if you're vaccinated you can still get COVID-19

The Columbus Public Health Commissioner says the vaccine is very effective at preventing hospitalization and death.

Source: 10TV

11 Jun 2021

Fauci pushes for expanded COVID-19 vaccination among adolescents

Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Biden’s chief medical adviser, spoke with a leading expert on Friday on methods to expand COVID-19 vaccination coverage among adolescents.

Source: Fox News

11 Jun 2021

COVID-19 Statistics | June 11, 2021

COVID-19 Daily Report for Humboldt County, June 11, 2021

Source: Lost Coast Outpost

11 Jun 2021

TikTok trend, dry scooping, could land you in the hospital... or worse - KTRK

Briatney Portillo, a 20-year-old social media influencer, is speaking out about the harmful trend.

Source: KTRK-TV

11 Jun 2021

Fact Check: Evidence points to safety of COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant people

Social media posts have continued to spread unsupported claims tying the vaccines to fertility issues.

Source: KCCI Des Moines

11 Jun 2021

A 'Breakthrough' Trial Used Bacteria-Infected Mosquitoes to Stamp Out Dengue

Researchers hope the technique could one day help eradicate the deadly viral illness.

Source: Gizmodo.com

11 Jun 2021

New York-Presbyterian To Mandate COVID-19 Vaccinations For Staff

The New York-Presbyterian hospital system says it will require all of its 48,000 employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 unless they have a valid exemption.

Source: Cbslocal.com

11 Jun 2021

New York-Presbyterian To Mandate COVID-19 Vaccinations For Staff

The New York-Presbyterian hospital system says it will require all of its 48,000 employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 unless they have a valid exemption.

Source: Cbslocal.com

11 Jun 2021

Study: Waking Up One Hour Earlier Reduces Depression Risk by 23 Percent

A small shift in your sleep schedule could help boost your mood by double digits.

Source: Real Simple

11 Jun 2021

A Complete Guide to Tick Identification and Prevention

These pervasive bloodsuckers can give you more than just Lyme disease. Here's how to protect yourself.

Source: New York Times

11 Jun 2021

Too Fat To Fly: FAA Updates Guidelines As American Obesity Crisis Grows

The consequences of excessive weight gain have moved from the confines of the doctor's office and into the air as the FAA is forced to reckon with obesity.

Source: The Federalist

11 Jun 2021

Are advertisers coming for your dreams?

Scientists warn of efforts to insert commercials into dreams

Source: Science Magazine

11 Jun 2021

Eight symptoms of monkeypox to watch for as virus cases discovered in the UK

Health Secretary Matt Hancock said he was 'dealing with' the small outbreak of monkeypox which experts have moved to reassure has a low chance of infection

Source: Mirror Online

11 Jun 2021

Ways Eating Fruit Can Help You Lose Weight, Say Dietitians

We tapped nutritionists to share all the amazing ways fruit can fill you up and slim you down—and you'll be shocked how easy it is.

Source: Eatthis.com

11 Jun 2021

600000 dead: With normal life in reach, covid's late-stage victims lament what could have been

The Americans who have died of covid-19 in recent days and weeks passed away even as their families, friends and neighbors emerged from 15 months of isolation and fear.

Source: The Washington Post

11 Jun 2021

Newborn triplet goes through life-saving heart surgery - Channel3000.com - WISC

A Madison couple doesn't measure life in minutes, but in heartbeats. Katie and Brooks Rademacher are thankful to count each and every one after a heart wrenching experience giving birth to triplet boys.

Source: Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3

11 Jun 2021

COVID-19 cases spike in Uinta Basin, but Utah in 'really good spot'

The Utah Department of Health reported 266 more COVID-19 cases, zero deaths and 37,700 vaccinations on Friday.

Source: KSL.com

11 Jun 2021

Italy Halts Use of AstraZeneca Vaccine for Those Under 60

The decision was the latest in a series of reversals for the vaccine, and Italian health experts fear damage to the country’s vaccination campaign.

Source: New York Times

11 Jun 2021

CDC issues warning about RSV spreading in several states, including Oklahoma

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning residents across several states, including Oklahoma, about the growing threat of a respiratory illness.

Source: KFOR Oklahoma City

11 Jun 2021

Suicide attempts among adolescent girls surged by more than 50% during pandemic, CDC says

Suicide attempts surged among adolescents during the pandemic and got worse the longer social distancing orders and government lockdowns persisted, the CDC said

Source: CNBC

11 Jun 2021

New mask policy for Cuyahoga County workers causing stir

***Watch our previous story regarding County mask policies in the video above*** CLEVELAND- The FOX 8 I-TEAM has obtained an internal memo revealing a new policy for Cuyahoga County employees wearing masks depending on whether or not they’ve had the COVID-19 …

Source: fox8.com

11 Jun 2021

Vitamin D deficiency may increase risk for addiction to opioids and ultraviolet rays

Lab animals deficient in vitamin D crave and become dependent on opioids, which is curbed when normal levels of the vitamin are restored. Human health records indicate that people with low vitamin D are more likely to use and misuse opioids. Study results sug…

Source: EurekAlert

11 Jun 2021

Vitamin D deficiency exacerbates UV/endorphin and opioid addiction

The current opioid epidemic warrants a better understanding of genetic and environmental factors that contribute to opioid addiction. Here we report an increased prevalence of vitamin D (VitD) deficiency in patients diagnosed with opioid use disorder and an i…

Source: Science Magazine

11 Jun 2021

Vitamin D Deficiency Strongly Exaggerates the Craving for and Effects of Opioids – Supplements May Help Combat Addiction

Vitamin D deficiency strongly exaggerates the craving for and effects of opioids, potentially increasing the risk for dependence and addiction, according to a new study led by researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). These findings, published in S…

Source: SciTechDaily

11 Jun 2021

Vitamin D deficiency may increase risk for addiction to opioids and ultraviolet rays

Vitamin D deficiency strongly exaggerates the craving for and effects of opioids, potentially increasing the risk for dependence and addiction, according to a new study led by researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). These findings, published in S…

Source: Medical Xpress

11 Jun 2021

States Sending Millions of COVID Vaccine Doses Back to Federal Government As Demand Drops

With supply far over the demand, some states are sending back millions of COVID-19 vaccines to the federal government. The U.S. is now struggling to figure out to do what to do with the doses before...

Source: Newsweek

11 Jun 2021

Italy halts AstraZeneca vaccine for under-60s

The Italian government said on Friday it was restricting the use of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine to people over the age of 60, after a teenager who had received the shot died from a rare form of blood clotting.

Source: Reuters

11 Jun 2021

15 Hidden Reasons You're Not Losing Weight, According to Dietitians

A whopping 45 million Americans diet and spend $33 billion on weight loss products each year, according to Boston Medical Center. No matter which way you...

Source: Redbookmag.com

11 Jun 2021

Why Some Orthodox Jewish Women Won’t Get Vaccinated

Unsubstantiated rumors about the coronavirus vaccine and fertility have dissuaded some young women in New York’s Orthodox Jewish communities from getting the vaccine.

Source: New York Times

11 Jun 2021

What we know about COVID vaccine booster shots — and when we may need them

Now that almost half the U.S. population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, many people are beginning to wonder how long that protection will last, and if...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

11 Jun 2021

Small Study Suggests Unusual Depression Treatment

A pool of 24 people got relief after short treatments with laughing gas

Source: Newser

11 Jun 2021

Youth suicide attempts soared during pandemic, CDC report says

Emergency room visits for adolescent suicide attempts soared this past summer and winter, especially among girls, perhaps in connection to America's struggle with Covid-19, new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data revealed Friday.

Source: NBC News

11 Jun 2021

NewYork-Presbyterian hospital system mandates coronavirus vaccine for staff - WABC

NewYork-Presbyterian, one of the biggest hospital groups in the nation, is now requiring staffers to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Source: WABC-TV

11 Jun 2021

Study: Continuous Glucose Monitors Improve Blood Sugar Control in Insulin-Treated Patients

Continuous glucose monitors were associated with a decline in levels of HbA1c as well as reduced emergency department visits and hospitalizations for hypoglycemia.

Source: Pharmacytimes.com

11 Jun 2021

EU adds another rare blood condition as side effect of AstraZeneca shot

Europe's drug regulator on Friday identified another very rare blood condition as a potential side effect of AstraZeneca's (AZN.L) COVID-19 vaccine and said it was looking into cases of heart inflammation after inoculation with all coronavirus shots.

Source: Reuters

11 Jun 2021

What is the new coronavirus Delta variant, and should Americans be worried?

The Delta variant has already impacted both India and the U.K. and is now in the U.S. Health experts say it could lead to a third wave in the country.

Source: USA Today

11 Jun 2021

An omega-3 that's poison for tumors

3D tumors that disintegrate within a few days thanks to the action of a well-known omega-3 (DHA, found mainly in fish) -- this is a promising discovery. Hungry for fatty acids, tumor cells in acidosis gorge themselves on DHA but are unable to store it correct…

Source: Science Daily

11 Jun 2021

Can ADHD make you tired?

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may cause tiredness, drowsiness, and fatigue, according to anecdotal evidence. Learn more here.

Source: Medical News Today

11 Jun 2021

An Omega-3 That’s Poison for Cancer Tumors

So-called "good fatty acids" are essential for human health and much sought after by those who try to eat healthily. Among the Omega-3 fatty acids, DHA or docosahexaenoic acid is crucial to brain function, vision and the regulation of inflammatory phenomena. …

Source: SciTechDaily

11 Jun 2021

Does dairy cause acne? Debunking all the lies we've been told about our skin

Were you told that adults can't get acne? You're not alone. In honor of Acne Awareness Month in June, experts are debunking common skincare myths.

Source: USA Today

11 Jun 2021

Surprising Side Effects of Using Coconut Oil, Says Science | Eat This Not That

Before you grab that butter from the fridge or olive oil from the cabinet, discover the coconut oil side effects you could be missing out on.

Source: Eatthis.com

11 Jun 2021

Monkeypox - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland ex Nigeria

Source: World Health Organization

11 Jun 2021

There Is No 'Healthy Obesity,' Study Finds

Source: Google News

11 Jun 2021

‘One Dose of Vaccine Is Enough In Covid Survivors’

The researchers found that in the COVID-19 survivors, a single dose of vaccine boosted antibody levels against several different coronavirus variants by up to a thousandfold — and that the second dose essentially offered no additional benefit. Meanwhile, the …

Source: Gulte

11 Jun 2021

‘Dry-scooping’ is latest TikTok trend; experts say it can be dangerous

The latest TikTok trend is proving to be dangerous for some.

Source: fox8.com

11 Jun 2021

Sweden sees 'dark clouds' with outbreaks of COVID delta variant

Swedish health officials warned on Friday of worrying local outbreaks of the COVID delta variant and urged people to get vaccinated to avoid a fourth wave of the pandemic.

Source: Reuters

11 Jun 2021

Forgetting This One Thing Can Mean You Have Dementia | Eat This Not That

If you have trouble doing this, it could signify cognitive decline.

Source: Eatthis.com

11 Jun 2021

Earliest memories can start from the age of two-and-a-half

On average the earliest memories that people can recall point back to when they were just two-and-a-half years old, a new study suggests.

Source: Medical Xpress

11 Jun 2021

Healthy Restaurants: It's Hard to Eat Healthy In Restaurants. Here's How to Do It Anyway

Home cooking is almost always healthier, but after the last year we're all sick of that. So here's how to limit the damage when you're eating out.

Source: GQ Magazine

11 Jun 2021

Over half of adults unvaccinated for COVID-19 fear needles – here's what's proven to help

Though many adults report a fear of needles, most research on needle fear has focused on children. FG Trade/E+ via Getty ImagesIf you’re among the 25% of...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

11 Jun 2021

New Mexico warns on wound botulism among drug users after several suspected cases

Health officials in New Mexico are investigating two suspected cases of wound botulism in residents with reported injection drug use.

Source: Fox News

11 Jun 2021

Summer School with Live Science: Lemon volcanoes

Source: Live Science

11 Jun 2021

How Long It Takes You to Poop After Eating Can Tell You a *Ton* About Your Gut—and Overall—Health

Plus, how you can move things along to fit into the ideal gut transit time frame.

Source: Well+Good

11 Jun 2021

Six things Alabamians like more than COVID vaccines

Alabama remains near the bottom in the United States for COVID vaccination rates. Here's just a few things the state tends to like better.

Source: AL.com

11 Jun 2021

Hand-held Device for Vagus Nerve Stimulation of Benefit in Parkinson's

One month of non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation (nVNS), administered at home using a hand-held device by electroCore, improved walking and motor abilities, and eased freezing of gait in adults with Parkinson’s disease, according to data from a small clinica…

Source: Parkinson's News Today

11 Jun 2021

CDC to hold 'emergency meeting' on heart inflammation after COVID-19 vaccines | TheHill

An advisory panel of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (...

Source: The Hill

11 Jun 2021

Can Schools Mandate Covid-19 Vaccines? What We Know

Schools and districts can’t require Covid-19 vaccines for students, but states can.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

11 Jun 2021

YouTube Bans Sen. Ron Johnson For Discussing Treatment Of COVID-19

YouTube's position is that content on the site must parrot whatever comes from its narrow set of authorities, even though their positions change frequently and dramatically.

Source: The Federalist

11 Jun 2021

Listening to 'earworm' songs before bed is disruptive to sleep, study finds

People who listen to more music before bed have persistent 'earworms' - catchy songs that loop in the mind - as well as poorer sleep, researchers at Baylor University, Texas found.

Source: Daily Mail

11 Jun 2021

Headache and sore throat now most common Covid symptoms, as researchers blame Indian variant

Scientists think the Indian variant is 'working slightly differently' to earlier mutations of the virus and causing the change, as infected younger people are showing milder cold-like symptoms.

Source: Daily Mail

11 Jun 2021

Woman gets rare cowpox infection from her pet cat

The infection, in her right eye, threatened to take her vision.

Source: Live Science

11 Jun 2021

A New Way to Understand the Brain's Intricate Rhythm

Researchers have found evidence in humans that individual neurons time their firing to a deeper beat. But there’s a mystery: What does it mean?

Source: Wired

11 Jun 2021

Nurse Tries To Prove Vaccines Turn You Magnetic To State Committee, It Does Not Go Well

'No. Receiving a COVID-19 vaccine will not make you magnetic, including at the site of vaccination which is usually your arm,' the US Centers for Disease C

Source: IFLScience

11 Jun 2021

Capitol Insider: Ohio doctor's false testimony about magnetic COVID vaccine users goes viral

After Ohio House Republicans invited a COVID vaccine conspiracy theorist to testify on a health bill, her claims were widely mocked and debunked.

Source: Fci Academy

11 Jun 2021

Scientists link intense exercise with MND risk in some people

Study confirms those with a certain genetic make-up more likely to develop motor neurone disease<br>

Source: The Guardian

11 Jun 2021

Rural-Urban Gaps In COVID-19 Vaccination Rates Widen : Shots - Health News

Cities are leaving rural areas behind in the race to vaccinate against COVID-19, but some states' suburbs are struggling, too. To close the gap experts say, outreach needs to be hyperlocal.

Source: NPR

11 Jun 2021

Unplanned vaccination can promote mutant strains: Health experts to PM Modi

Vaccinating the vulnerable and those at risk, instead of mass population-wide inoculation including children, should be the aim at present

Source: Deccan Chronicle

11 Jun 2021

Dengue Fever Transmission Has Been Cut by an Incredible 77% in a Real-World Trial

Scientists just got a step closer to eliminating the spread of mosquito-borne viruses, with an experimental approach against dengue fever passing its most thorough test yet.

Source: ScienceAlert

11 Jun 2021

What Do Scientists Actually Do When They Research 'Dangerous' Viruses in The Lab?

There are about 1,400 known human pathogens – viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa and helminths that can cause a person's injury or death.

Source: ScienceAlert

11 Jun 2021

The Latest: EU advises adding condition to AstraZeneca label

The U.K. has recorded its highest coronavirus infections since late February, the majority from the delta variant first identified in India. Prime Minister ...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

11 Jun 2021

Nanobodies from nanomice and llamas show potent neutralizing activity against SARS-CoV-2 variants - News

While several COVID-19 vaccines have been approved to date, the constant evolution of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) receptor-binding domain (RBD) has challenged the efficacy of these vaccines.

Source: News-Medical.Net

11 Jun 2021

CDC warns over heart inflammation cases linked to mRNA jabs | COVID-19 Vaccine | English World News

Source: Google News

11 Jun 2021

Coronavirus vaccine: Do I need the vaccine if I got COVID-19?

Do you need to get vaccinated if you had COVID? What a new study tells us about getting the COVID-19 vaccine if you got coronavirus already.

Source: Deseret News

11 Jun 2021

There's One Simple Method That Works to Reduce Alcohol Intake, Scientists Say

Researchers have found an effective way of getting people to cut down on their drinking: by highlighting the increased risk of cancer that comes with it, and pairing that with counting each drink.

Source: ScienceAlert

11 Jun 2021

A New Non-Hormonal Contraceptive Gel Taps Into "Wellness Culture" Anxiety Over Hormonal Birth Control

The product, Phexxi, has a similar typical-use effectiveness rate as other contraceptive methods.

Source: Jezebel

11 Jun 2021

B.C. 'absolutely' considering mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for long-term care staff, Henry says

B.C.'s top doctor says the province is considering mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for workers in long-term care homes, along with a suite of other potential policies aimed at ensuring that residents of such facilities have as much protection from the coronav…

Source: Ctvnews.ca

11 Jun 2021

Delta variant of COVID-19 proving to be more contagious and is already in NC

While not fully studied, doctors in India have reported some patients infected with the Delta variant suffered blood clots that led to gangrene and amputations.

Source: WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro

11 Jun 2021

2,143 test positive for HIV

The USAID Strengthening the Care Continuum Project in collaboration with the Ghana Health Service (GHS) has, between October 2020 and March 2021 tested almost 30,000 people for Human Immune Virus (HIV) with 2,143 individuals testing positive.

Source: GhanaWeb

11 Jun 2021

To Mask or Not to Mask…Here are the New Guidelines; Four New Cases and Two Hospitalizations – Redheaded Blackbelt

"The State of California announced that it plans to align its masking guidance with that of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on June 15. The guidance allows for fully vaccinated people to go unmasked in most public settings, with the excep…

Source: Redheaded Blackbelt

10 Jun 2021

COVID-19 Statistics | June 10, 2021

COVID-19 Daily Report for Humboldt County, June 10, 2021

Source: Lost Coast Outpost

10 Jun 2021

Skeletons reveal the cost of medieval fashion for pointy shoes

Known as poulaines, pointy leather shoes were the height of fashion in 14th century Britain. Medieval men and women about town, however, paid a high price for their fancy footwear: They got bunions.

Source: CNN

10 Jun 2021

Health: 'Fat but fit' people still at risk of health issues, study warns

Metabolically healthy obesity increases the risk of various health issues in comparison with people of a regular BMI, researchers from the University of Glasgow found.

Source: Daily Mail

10 Jun 2021

What Is Phexxi? New, Non-Hormonal Birth Control, Explained | Health.com

Phexxi comes as an easy-to-use prescription vaginal gel—but it's not quite as effective as other forms of contraception.

Source: Health.com

10 Jun 2021

Coronavirus is detectable next to the beds of COVID-19 patients - but surface transmission is rare

The coronavirus can survive on surfaces near hospital patients - but it is unlikely to infect anyone through those surfaces, a new study shows. It adds to evidence that COVID spreads through the air.

Source: Daily Mail

10 Jun 2021

Skin Tags Vs. Moles-How to Tell the Difference Health.com

They're both usually harmless, but may still require removal in some cases.

Source: Health.com

10 Jun 2021

June 10 coronavirus news

About half of Americans having received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine as more coronavirus mandates and restrictions ease.

Source: CNN

10 Jun 2021

More transmissible Delta variant of coronavirus is in Arizona

TGEN is reporting that the COVID-19 variant B.1.617.2, also known as the Delta variant, is in Arizona. The company publishes a daily dashboard which reports the share of COVID-19 variants that appear in their genome sequencing by month.

Source: ABC15 Arizona

10 Jun 2021

More than 100,000 U.S. COVID-19 Deaths May Be Uncounted, Many of Them of Blacks or Latinos

Unreliable mortality data from the pandemic is leaving families, vulnerable communities and epidemiologists in the dark. "Without testing, it's impossible to know what we don't know," said a...

Source: Newsweek

10 Jun 2021

Expert: Cannabis Therapy Can Help Disrupt the Cycle for Patients with PTSD

To recognize National PTSD Awareness Month in June, Pharmacy Times interviewed Jordan Tishler, MD, on how medical cannabis can be used to treat PTSD among veterans and the general public.

Source: Pharmacytimes.com

10 Jun 2021

CDC warns about spike in virus infection spreading across the South

A common cold virus called respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is spreading across the South, causing an unusual wave of late spring disease, the US Centers for Disease Control and prevention said Th…

Source: The Mercury News

10 Jun 2021

New Mexico Department of Health investigates two suspected wound botulism cases

The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) asked clinicians and the public to report on signs/symptoms of wound botulism, a rare but serious paralytic illness.

Source: KOB

10 Jun 2021

24 Valley residents get improper doses of COVID-19 vaccine

MOUNT CARMEL — Excessive doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine were administered to 24 Valley residents during a mobile vaccination clinic on the Mount Carmel High School campus on Wednesday.

Source: Sunbury Daily Item

10 Jun 2021

N.J. company where husband, wife died from COVID fined $13K

The agency's inspection says an Eatontown manufacturer failed to ensure physical distancing and that employees wore face masks in common areas.

Source: nj.com

10 Jun 2021

CDC warns about spike in RSV cases across South

A common cold virus called respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is spreading across the South, causing an unusual wave of late spring disease, the US Centers for Disease Control and prevention said Thursday.

Source: CNN

10 Jun 2021

Why do some people get side effects after COVID vaccines?

Some people have side effects like a headaches and fever after receiving their COVID-19 vaccine.

Source: New York Post

10 Jun 2021

Monkeypox: Two cases identified in north Wales

Two people were admitted to a hospital in England, but one has since been discharged.

Source: BBC News

10 Jun 2021

How Albert Lin Treated His Phantom Limb Pain With Psychedelics

Treating mental health conditions with psilocybin is quickly becoming mainstream. But the experience of Albert Yu-Min Lin shows its potential for physical conditions, too.

Source: GQ Magazine

10 Jun 2021

Top FDA advisor says kids need to be vaccinated against Covid

Children need to be vaccinated against Covid-19, Dr. Paul Offit, a top advisor to the FDA on children's vaccines, told the agency Thursday.

Source: CNBC

10 Jun 2021

Two new cases of potential wound botulism reported in New Mexico

The New Mexico Department of Health is investigating two suspected cases of wound botulism.

Source: KOAT New Mexico

10 Jun 2021

Scientists found a new way to kill drug-resistant superbugs

Source: Live Science

10 Jun 2021

Memphis woman wins car in city’s vaccination sweepstakes prize

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The winner of the city’s vacination sweepstakes, which promised a new vehicle to Shelby County residents who got COVID-19 vaccinations in May, was announced Thursday. Sandra Morgan of Memphis has been selected winner of the “Shot for Shot Swe…

Source: WREG NewsChannel 3

10 Jun 2021

AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine linked to 'very small’ increased risk of bleeding, study says

The first dose of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine was associated with a “very small” increased risk of a rare autoimmune disorder involving low platelet count.

Source: Fox News

10 Jun 2021

Fast food diet linked to poor mental health for women: study

Diets high in sugar or fat can lead to worse moods for women, a study suggests. Exercising may help offset the effects.

Source: INSIDER

10 Jun 2021

Deadly Crashes in The US Surged During The Pandemic. This Could Be The Explanation

COVID-19 put a spotlight on personal health and safety like perhaps only a pandemic can, but there was one place at least where people didn't get the memo: American roads.

Source: ScienceAlert

10 Jun 2021

Evolution of a virus-like architecture and packaging mechanism in a repurposed bacterial protein

Artificial nucleocapsid proteins, which could be analogous to those used by viruses to package their genomes, are a promising way to protect and deliver RNAs. Using an escalating challenge by nucleases, Tetter et al. evolved a protein that forms multimeric, s…

Source: Science Magazine

10 Jun 2021

Study: No previously infected Cleveland Clinic employees who remained unvaccinated were reinfected

Clinic still recommends vaccines for those eligible

Source: News 5 Cleveland

10 Jun 2021

Michigan coronavirus cases up to 891,615; Death toll now at 19,479

The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Michigan has risen to 891,615 as of Thursday, including 19,479 deaths, state officials report.

Source: WDIV ClickOnDetroit

10 Jun 2021

N.J. reports 7 COVID deaths, 247 cases. More than 4.3M residents fully vaccinated.

This marks the sixth straight day of fewer than 300 positive tests announced in a single day.

Source: nj.com

10 Jun 2021

How primates are aiding the fight against COVID-19 in ...

HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES (UPDATE 1, PIX, TV):UPDATE 1-How primates are aiding the fight against COVID-19 in Louisiana

Source: Trust.org

10 Jun 2021

Minnesota adolescent mental health treatment facility closes abruptly

Cambia Hills cites payment dispute with state regulators as reason for closing.

Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

10 Jun 2021

Yellowstone County reports youngest COVID-19 death of the year

Woman in her 30s with underlying conditions died

Source: KTVQ Billings News

10 Jun 2021

Yellowstone County woman in her 30s dies from COVID-19

She is the youngest Yellowstone County resident to die of the pandemic virus so far in 2021.

Source: Billings Gazette

10 Jun 2021

Delta variant of COVID-19 proving to be more contagious and is already in NC

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – A coronavirus variant known as the Delta variant is now the primary infection in the UK and has already reached North Carolina. “If it has a Greek name like Delta that means it’s a variant of concern. It’s a variant that runs much quick…

Source: WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro

10 Jun 2021

CDC Advisers to Meet on Heart Inflammation Link to Covid Shots

Source: Bloomberg

10 Jun 2021

Brain fog, dryness: This OB/GYN wants to normalize menopause

In her new book 'The Menopause Manifesto,' Dr. Jen Gunter wants women to know that they have value beyond their immediate reproductive capability.

Source: Los Angeles Times

10 Jun 2021

This One Sleep Habit Is an Early Predictor of Cognitive Decline, Says Study | Eat This Not That

A new study published in the scientific journal Sleep discovered that sleep-onset insomnia is a predictor of cognitive decline later in life.

Source: Eatthis.com

10 Jun 2021

Dengue Fever Infection and Death in Florida

The death of a Miami woman in her 30s from locally acquired dengue fever highlights the need for awareness of a potentially fatal mosquito-borne virus that's now found in the United States.

Source: MedicineNet

10 Jun 2021

Laughing gas is promising treatment for depression, according to new study

Nitrous oxide, aka laughing gas, aka whippets, is a promising treatment for depression, according to researchers from University of Chicago anaesthetist Peter Nagele and colleagues at Washington Un…

Source: Boing Boing

10 Jun 2021

BNT162b2-elicited neutralization of B.1.617 and other SARS-CoV-2 variants

Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) continues to evolve around the world, generating new variants that are of concern based on their potential for altered transmissibility, pathogenicity, and coverage by vaccines and therapeutics1–5. …

Source: Nature.com

10 Jun 2021

Unusual copper and iron found forming in brains of Alzheimer's patients

A team of researchers associated with several institutions in the U.K., Germany and the U.S. has found evidence of an unusual kind of copper and iron in the brains of Alzheimer's patients. In their paper published in the journal Science Advances, the group de…

Source: Medical Xpress

10 Jun 2021

Pandemic Might Have Permanently Killed Off Some Flu Strains: Report

Although we’ve all been on virtual lockdown for nearly 18 months, the COVID-19 pandemic might have had a silver lining, according to a new report. “Scientists say that two common strains of the seasonal flu have seemingly vanished from circulation, likely due…

Source: The Daily Wire

10 Jun 2021

US death rates from heart disease, diabetes see largest increases in more than 20 years | TheHill

U.S. death rates in 2020 for heart disease and diabetes tracked t...

Source: The Hill

10 Jun 2021

Combination of two oral drugs boosted survival rates for leukemia patients from 83% to 96%

Two leukemia drugs work okay on their own - but work much better together - a new study shows. Patients had a 96 percent survival rate and a 75 percent remission rate thanks to the drugs.

Source: Daily Mail

10 Jun 2021

What to know if you've experienced trauma (and especially if you haven't)

There's a difference between experiencing the trauma of a natural disaster and the trauma of a rape, between a traumatic event and chronic trauma.

Source: USA Today

10 Jun 2021

Jessica Morris obituary: Our Brain Bank founder dies at 57

Source: Google News

10 Jun 2021

The COVID-19 virus can cause diabetes, new studies find

Source: ABC News

10 Jun 2021

India's Covid vax policy leading to avertable deaths: Experts..

The Indian government's Covid-19 vaccination approach has inappropriately prioritised people and is thus causing huge numbers of avertable deaths, warn a team of nine experts from research institutes in the UK and India.

Source: Greatandhra.com

10 Jun 2021

Cancer symptoms: The shape of your poo may indicate a growing bowel tumour

CANCER cells must be accumulating in mass before a tumour is detectable in the bowels. The proliferation of abnormal cells may cause the body to react in certain ways - and one telling sign is how you handle your business.

Source: Express

10 Jun 2021

Can you spread COVID if you’re vaccinated, have no symptoms and test positive?

Experts say the PCR tests for COVID-19 detect virus in vaccinated people and those recovering from the illness who aren’t infectious to others.

Source: The Mercury News

10 Jun 2021

2 varieties of flu seem to have disappeared during lockdown. Experts say it's possible they're gone.

Scientists are carefully optimistic that a few flu varieties may have died out during the pandemic. If so, it could be good news for our flu vaccines.

Source: Business Insider

10 Jun 2021

Delta variant: NI reduces time between Covid-19 vaccine doses

Authorities plan to leave a maximum of eight weeks between the first and second dose.

Source: BBC News

10 Jun 2021

If You Can't Smell This, You May Be at Risk of Alzheimer's, Study Says Best

A study found that those who can't identify the smell of bubble gum, lemon, or gasoline may be at a higher risk of Alzheimer's disease.

Source: Best Life

10 Jun 2021

Modified mosquitoes reduce dengue cases by 77% in Indonesia experiment

An experiment to infect mosquitoes with bacteria that stop them from transmitting viruses appears to have helped reduced the spread of deadly dengue virus in Indonesia, researchers reported Wednesday.

Source: CNN

10 Jun 2021

US deaths from heart disease and diabetes climbed amid COVID

The U.S. saw remarkable increases in the death rates for heart disease, diabetes and some other common killers in 2020, and experts believe a big reason may be that many people with dangerous symptoms made the lethal mistake of staying away from the hospital …

Source: Fox News

10 Jun 2021

Germany introduces digital COVID-19 pass

Berlin intends to roll out a digital immunity certificate by the end of June, making it easier to prove that a person has been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. But critics warn the timeframe is too ambitious.

Source: DW (English)

10 Jun 2021

Dear Doctor: Is diet related to Alzheimer’s and dementia?

I’m wondering specifically if there might be a correlation between these dietary-induced low omega-3 levels and our epidemic of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

Source: OregonLive

10 Jun 2021

5 Korean Sunscreens That Are Light-Years Ahead

Perhaps the best-kept secret of Korean skin care, this sun protection is elegantly formulated and great for people of color.

Source: HuffPost

10 Jun 2021

Common Antidepressant Medication Helps Fight Cancer in Mice – May Activate Immune System to Shrink Tumors

UCLA researchers discover MAOIs could activate immune system to shrink various types of tumors. A class of drug called monoamine oxidase inhibitors is commonly prescribed to treat depression; the medications work by boosting levels of serotonin, the brain's "…

Source: SciTechDaily

10 Jun 2021

Republicans rebel against a powerful anti-opioid tool

Fatigue over America's long-running drug crisis and anti-science sentiment are fueling backlash against needle exchanges.

Source: Politico

10 Jun 2021

Why do some people get side effects after COVID-19 vaccines?

Source: ABC News

10 Jun 2021

Why do some people get side effects after COVID-19 vaccines?

Why do some people get side effects after COVID-19 vaccines?

Source: WRAL.com

10 Jun 2021

Why do some people get side effects after COVID-19 vaccines?

Temporary side effects including headache, fatigue and fever are signs the immune system is revving up -- a normal response to vaccines. “The day after...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

10 Jun 2021

What is the Phexxi Birth Control Method, and Who Owns It?

Saundra Pelletier is marketing a new form of birth control to women wary of hormones.

Source: New York Times

10 Jun 2021

US vaccine surplus grows by the day as expiration dates loom

In Tennessee and North Carolina, demand for the COVID-19 vaccine has slowed down so much that they have given millions of doses back to the federal government, even though less than half of their total populations are vaccinated.

Source: Associated Press

10 Jun 2021

Michigan woman sickened with rare hantavirus after cleaning up after rodents

A Michigan woman was hospitalized after contracting a deadly rare virus linked to the excrement of rodents. Health officials announced the state’s first case of the Sin Nombre hantavirus Monday, Th…

Source: New York Post

10 Jun 2021

Scott Walker cuts ad encouraging Covid vaccination

The former governor joins the effort to get vaccine-skeptical Republicans to get the jab.

Source: Politico

10 Jun 2021

Rand Paul Weighs In on Study Showing Those Previously Infected with COVID 'Unlikely to Benefit from Vaccine' by Rebecca Downs

The preliminary results of a study available "preprint," meaning not yet peer-reviewed, were recently published, on the "Necessity of COVID-19 vaccination in previously infected individuals." The first person one might

Source: Townhall

10 Jun 2021

Ohio’s third Vax-a-Million winners announced: Meet Mark Cline, Sara Afaneh

Source: Google News

10 Jun 2021

Norovirus-like outbreak connected to Auburn restaurant, health officials say

King County Public Health is investigating an outbreak of norovirus-like illness believed to be associated with a Mexican restaurant in Auburn. Health officials said 13 people from one party reported becoming ill after eating food from Mazatlan Restaurant on …

Source: KOMO News

10 Jun 2021

Norovirus-like outbreak connected to Auburn restaurant, health officials say

Source: Google News

10 Jun 2021

Ohio’s third Vax-a-Million winners announced: Meet Mark Cline, Sara Afaneh

Ohio's third Vax-a-Million winners nave now been revealed! Meet Mark Cline and Sara Afaneh.

Source: WLWT Cincinnati

10 Jun 2021

COVID-19 Statistics | June 9, 2021

COVID-19 Daily Report for Humboldt County, June 9, 2021

Source: Lost Coast Outpost

10 Jun 2021

Why long Covid will be a long haul

Many months after their initial infection, some Covid-19 patients are still suffering. More than a year since the pandemic began, what will the long-term effects of long Covid be?

Source: BBC News

9 Jun 2021

'Miraculous' mosquito hack cuts dengue by 77%

Infecting the mosquitoes with a different bug slams the breaks on dengue fever, trial finds.

Source: BBC News

9 Jun 2021

'Miraculous' mosquito hack cuts dengue by 77%

Infecting the mosquitoes with a different bug slams the breaks on dengue fever, trial finds.

Source: BBC News

9 Jun 2021

‘May really be a game changer’: Cleveland Clinic doctor hopeful after FDA approves drug to fight obesity

There’s a new weapon in the fight against obesity in America with the approval of a new drug by the FDA on Friday.

Source: fox8.com

9 Jun 2021

Survivors Of Laser Eye Surgery Complications Are Using TikTok To Help Get Each Other Through Their Physical And Emotional Pain

"My eyes felt as though they were burning and someone was pushing small shards of glass into them."

Source: Buzzfeed

9 Jun 2021

CDC finds deaths from heart disease and diabetes climbed amid Covid in U.S.

Covid deaths in the U.S.: U.S. saw increases in the death rates for heart disease, diabetes and some other common killers in 2020.

Source: NBC News

9 Jun 2021

Flu season 2021 may be severe. Here's why - KABC

The coming flu season may be a doozy. Even as coronavirus was devastating populations around the world, killing 3.7 million people globally, doctors and public health officials noticed something else was missing: There was almost no flu.

Source: KABC-TV

9 Jun 2021

Persistence of SARS-CoV-2 RNA in lung tissue after mild COVID-19

On Dec 1, 2020, we reported a successful case of double-lung transplantation from a SARS-CoV-2 seropositive donor 105 days after the onset of mild COVID-19.1 Although repeated quantitative (q)RT-PCR analyses of donor nasopharyngeal swabs were negative, this t…

Source: The Lancet

9 Jun 2021

COVID numbers are trending downward, but Washington state health officials advise caution, vaccination

Source: Google News

9 Jun 2021

Over 40 companies in Niagara County are hiring, in 'desperate' need of employees - WKBW

The Niagara County Department of Employment and Training hosted a job fair with over 40 employers on Wednesday afternoon.

Source: WKBW-TV

9 Jun 2021

FDA approves groundbreaking drug to fight obesity

The new drug, Wegovy, has been approved for people who are either obese or overweight and have at least one weight-related medical problem. Dr. Jon LaPook has the details.

Source: CBS News

9 Jun 2021

Blood Sugar Control in Diabetes Getting Worse: Study

"These trends are a wake-up call, since they mean that millions of Americans with diabetes are at higher risk for major complications," says the author of a study of diabetes control over the past 20 years.

Source: WebMD

9 Jun 2021

A Vegan Diet Reduces Severe COVID-19 Symptoms Up to 73 Percent, New Study Finds

The new study suggests a plant-based diet slashes your risk of severe COVID-19 by 73 percent.

Source: VegNews

9 Jun 2021

Trends in Diabetes Treatment and Control in US Adults, 1999–2018 | NEJM

Special Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — Trends in Diabetes Treatment and Control in U.S. Adults, 1999–2018

Source: nejm.org

9 Jun 2021

The Biggest Sunscreen Myth You've Ever Heard? It's Pointless To Go Higher Than SPF 30

Let's debunk this once and for all.

Source: Well+Good

9 Jun 2021

Adjunct Immune Globulin for Vaccine-Induced Thrombotic Thrombocytopenia

Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — Adjunct Immune Globulin for Vaccine-Induced Thrombotic Thrombocytopenia

Source: nejm.org

9 Jun 2021

Mosquitoes armed with virus-fighting bacteria sharply curb dengue infections, hospitalizations

Trial of Wolbachia-infected insects draws praise for new disease control method

Source: Science Magazine

9 Jun 2021

Pandemic shows risk of obesity, and challenge of weight loss

Covid risks: Health officials have warned that obesity and related conditions such as diabetes were risk factors for severe Covid-19.

Source: NBC News

9 Jun 2021

Vitamin D deficiency: Have your urine habits changed? The hidden sign of an overdose

VITAMIN D deficiency is a concern for many. The essential vitamin is crucial when it comes to overall bone, teeth and muscle health. As such, people will ensure they are getting the required dosage to compensate. However, many may take too much, and this can …

Source: Express

9 Jun 2021

Normal breathing sends saliva droplets 7 feet; masks shorten this

The World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control recommend keeping a certain distance between people to prevent the spread of COVID-19. These social distancing recommendations are estimated from a variety of studies, but further research abou…

Source: Phys.Org

9 Jun 2021

X-ray scanner spots cancers and analyzes drugs in minutes

Engineers at Duke University have demonstrated a prototype X-ray scanning machine that reveals not just the shape of an object but its molecular composition. With unprecedented resolution and accuracy, the technology could revolutionize a wide range of fields…

Source: Phys.Org

9 Jun 2021

Study shows new links between high fat diets and colon cancer

For decades, physicians and dieticians have urged people to limit their intake of high fat foods, citing links to poor health outcomes and some of the leading causes of death in the U.S., such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer.

Source: Medical Xpress

9 Jun 2021

6-Minute Walk Test, No Remdesivir: Guidelines For Covid Management In Children

The Union Health Ministry has issued clinical guidelines for the treatment of Covid-positive children amid concerns that a possible third wave of the coronavirus infection may target those aged below 18.

Source: NDTV News

9 Jun 2021

Meat-free diet may lower severe disease risk; no serious problems found with AstraZeneca shot in Scotland

The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

9 Jun 2021

Meat-free diet may lower severe disease risk; no serious problems found with AstraZeneca shot in Scotland

The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.

Source: Reuters

9 Jun 2021

Maine CDC reports 53 additional COVID-19 cases, 3 new deaths 19 MIN

The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported an increase of 53 COVID-19 cases on Wednesday and three new deaths.

Source: WMTW Portland

9 Jun 2021

Infections Spike in Mongolia, Even With Half of Population Vaccinated

Source: Google News

9 Jun 2021

Fewer than 1 percent of vaccinated people in N.J. have gotten COVID, state says

From Dec. 15, 2020, through April 23, 2021, the Department of Health said it tracked 1,319 breakthrough cases.

Source: nj.com

9 Jun 2021

Laughing gas shows promise for treatment-resistant depression, small trial finds

Laughing gas, or nitrous oxide, may work to ease symptoms of treatment-resistant depression, according to research in the journal Science Translational Medicine.

Source: NBC News

9 Jun 2021

Scientists Find Unusual Form of Iron and Copper in Brains of Alzheimer's Patients

The metallic traces could help explain how Alzheimer's disease damages the brain.

Source: Gizmodo.com

9 Jun 2021

U.S. Deaths From Heart Disease And Diabetes Climbed Amid Pandemic

The number of lives lost directly or indirectly to the coronavirus in the U.S. appears to be far greater than the officially reported COVID-19 death toll.

Source: HuffPost

9 Jun 2021

COVID-19 in Illinois updates: Here’s what’s happening Wednesday

Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Source: Chicago Tribune

9 Jun 2021

In these 10 N.J. towns, fewer than half of the residents are vaccinated, state says

Even though the numbers are still low for these cities, “progress has been meaningful,” Gov. Phil Murphy said.

Source: nj.com

9 Jun 2021

US deaths from heart disease and diabetes climbed amid COVID

NEW YORK (AP) — The U.S. saw remarkable increases in the death rates for heart disease, diabetes and some other common killers in 2020, and experts believe a big reason may be that many people with dangerous symptoms made the lethal mistake of staying away fr…

Source: Associated Press

9 Jun 2021

COVID-19 case numbers fall below Minnesota caution level

Minnesota's COVID-19 levels drop below many states in latest weekly federal state profile report.

Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

9 Jun 2021

State no longer lets Iowans view own vaccination records online, after concerns that employers might peek

Source: Des Moines Register

9 Jun 2021

Officials confirm Michigan's first human case of a deadly hantavirus. What to know about the Sin Nombre virus.

Hantaviruses are a family of virus that spread through rodents, according to the CDC. The Sin Nombre virus is spread through the deer mouse.

Source: USA Today

9 Jun 2021

Pandemic shows risk of obesity, and challenge of weight loss

NEW YORK (AP) — Jennifer Bergin was already obese and pre-diabetic before the pandemic, and learning she also had high blood pressure made her worry about how sick she might get with COVID-19. She began walking three hours a day, eventually losing 60 pounds.

Source: Associated Press

9 Jun 2021

Diabetics with poor sleep face higher death risk, study finds

A study involving nearly half a million people in the U.K. indicated those with diabetes who regularly battled sleep issues faced a higher risk of death.

Source: Fox News

9 Jun 2021

Pandemic shows risk of obesity, and challenge of weight loss

Jennifer Bergin was already obese and pre-diabetic before the pandemic, and learning she also had high blood pressure made her worry about how sick she might...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

9 Jun 2021

COVID-19 variant first discovered in India found in Georgia

According to a Georgia Department of Public Health spokesperson, there are fewer than 20 known cases of the variant found across Georgia.

Source: 11Alive.com WXIA

9 Jun 2021

Horowitz: The censorship of ivermectin is the biggest story of COVID

Last week, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister launched a $1 million grant to convince "hesitant" communities to get themselves vaccinated with one of the experimental shots on the market. But if people are hesitant about an experimental gene therapy that has al…

Source: TheBlaze

9 Jun 2021

It's Worse to Sleep on This Side of Your Body, Says Science | Eat This Not That

It's good sleep hygiene to sleep on your side. It's way better sleep hygiene to sleep on the correct side. Here's what you need to know.

Source: Eatthis.com

9 Jun 2021

Is Your Poo Healthy? Check This Clinical Chart To Find Out

The Bristol Stool Chart offers clues about your overall gut health, and shapes and colours that are ideal.

Source: HuffPost UK

9 Jun 2021

The Three Words You Should Hurl at Fauci Regarding His Latest COVID Remarks by Matt Vespa

This game is getting old. No, it is old. COVID is over. Dr. Anthony Fauci and his clan of panic peddlers may not like it, but it's done. The level

Source: Townhall

9 Jun 2021

San Francisco is nearing COVID-19 herd immunity; L.A. isn't

L.A. County could be at herd immunity by summer's end, says Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer, but 'we have a lot of people not vaccinated still.'

Source: Los Angeles Times

9 Jun 2021

Study: People Who Have Recovered From COVID-19 Unlikely to Benefit From Vaccine

People who have previously been infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 are protected against being infected again ...

Source: Theepochtimes.com

9 Jun 2021

These Two Things Increase Your Risk of an Early Death, Says Study

A combination of poor sleep and diabetes–predominantly Type 2– increases a person's risk of early death by a whopping 87 percent.

Source: Eatthis.com

9 Jun 2021

Pfizer advances clinical trial of COVID vaccine on kids 5-11 l GMA

Source: Google News

9 Jun 2021

Is Your Poop Healthy? Check This Clinical Chart To Find Out.

The Bristol Stool Chart offers clues about your overall gut health, and shapes and colors that are ideal.

Source: HuffPost

9 Jun 2021

Maquoketa 18-month-old recovering from E. coli infection

A Maquoketa 18-month-old is recovering from an E. coli infection at an Iowa City hospital.

Source: KCRG

9 Jun 2021

No vaccine needed for those who’ve had COVID-19, Cleveland Clinic study says

The clinic says this research provides insight into how the immune system protects the body once a COVID-19 infection is confirmed.

Source: WFLA

9 Jun 2021

New Covid variant and rising cases spark fears over U.K.'s post-lockdown reopening

The rise of the Covid-19 delta variant in the U.K. has sparked fears of a new wave and could endanger plans for a full reopening later this month.

Source: NBC News

9 Jun 2021

We asked doctors when we'll know if we need COVID-19 booster shots

It's been nearly six months since the first person in the U.S., nurse Sandra Lindsay, received the COVID-19 vaccine. Since patient one, over one hundred million Americans have been vaccinated. Indeed, as of Tuesday, at least 63.8 percent of U.S. adults have r…

Source: Raw Story

9 Jun 2021

What Happens to Your Body On the Mediterranean Diet | Eat This Not That

Following the Mediterranean Diet has been linked to a slew of health benefits and is a sustainable and delicious way of eating.

Source: Eatthis.com

9 Jun 2021

What Happens to Your Body On the Mediterranean Diet

Following the Mediterranean Diet has been linked to a slew of health benefits and is a sustainable and delicious way of eating.

Source: Eatthis.com

9 Jun 2021

FDA approves potential game-changer drug for weight loss, but it comes with a hefty price tag

The FDA has approved the first weight-loss drug in seven years for people who are either obese or overweight with at least one weight related medical...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

9 Jun 2021

Solving the mystery of the four-headed echidna penis

Monotremes are among the world's strangest animals, mixing mammalian and reptilian characteristics in the one creature.

Source: Phys.Org

9 Jun 2021

Eating Habits To Avoid if You Don't Want to Gain Weight, Say Experts Eat This

Don't let these unhealthy habits sabotage your weight loss efforts!

Source: Eatthis.com

9 Jun 2021

Watch briefing: Maine reports just 53 new COVID-19 cases but 3 additional deaths

It was the 10th time in the last 11 days that new cases have been below 100.

Source: Press Herald

9 Jun 2021

TikTok revealing dentist can detect pregnancy by looking at patient's mouth stuns users

A dental student has gone viral on TikTok after revealing that a dentist might be able to tell whether a patient is pregnant just by looking at their mouth.

Source: Fox News

9 Jun 2021

Plant-based diet may lower risk of severe COVID-19, study claims

Vegetarians are missing out on more than just meat — and it’s a good thing.

Source: Www.https

9 Jun 2021

We asked doctors when we'll know if we need COVID-19 booster shots

As more people are vaccinated, scientists are on the lookout for telltale signs that booster shots are needed

Source: Salon

9 Jun 2021

New Defense Against Bacterial Superbugs: Taking Fish Oil May Reduce Antibiotic Resistance

For the first time, Australian scientists have confirmed a link between the role of regular fish oil to break down the ability of 'superbugs' to become resistant to antibiotics. The discovery, led by Flinders University and just published in international jou…

Source: SciTechDaily

9 Jun 2021

Michigan bet big on mass vaccine events for COVID-19. It didn’t work out as hoped.

Source: USA Today

9 Jun 2021

Latest on COVID-19 in MN: Hospitalizations fall below 200; disease recedes

Wednesday’s Health Department report offers more evidence the pandemic is ebbing quickly. Known, active cases are the lowest since April 2020. Hospitalizations and ICU needs are down dramatically. The vaccination pace, though, has slowed to a crawl.

Source: Minnesota Public Radio News

9 Jun 2021

Vitamin B12 supplement: Four marks on your face that show you’re deficient in the nutrient

VITAMIN B12 supplements can address an underlying nutritional deficiency - whether it emerged from your diet, an acquired autoimmune condition, or followed by stomach surgery.

Source: Express

9 Jun 2021

Infections Rise in Mongolia, Where Sinopharm Is the Main Vaccine

President Biden could announce a plan to distribute 500 million Pfizer-BioNTech doses as early as Thursday. A man has been charged in the theft of hundreds of blank vaccination cards in Los Angeles.

Source: New York Times

9 Jun 2021

More People Hospitalized in U.S. Areas With Low Vaccine Rates

Health officials worry that Covid-19 hospitalization rates could increase among the unvaccinated as variants of the virus spread.

Source: New York Times

9 Jun 2021

More Young Women Are 'Drinking To Cope,' In A Dangerous Trend : Shots - Health News

Women aren't just upping their drinking, researchers say. Increasingly they are "drinking to cope," instead of for pleasure — which accelerates the risk of alcohol use disorder and its health damage.

Source: NPR

9 Jun 2021

The Best Type of Exercise? A Blood Test Holds Clues

Researchers are studying the proteins in blood to learn why some of us respond to certain forms of exercise better than others.

Source: New York Times

9 Jun 2021

5 signs your workouts are working that have nothing to do with a scale

While establishing a consistent workout routine, it's common to look directly at the scale when tracking progress. But dropping numbers aren't the only signs of success; There are many other positive signs to look for when it comes to working out.

Source: CNN

9 Jun 2021

Explainer: China's Mojiang mine and its role in the origins of COVID-19

Top U.S. infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci has urged China to release information about six labourers who fell ill after working in a mine in Yunnan province in 2012, and are now seen as a key part of efforts to find the origins of COVID-19.

Source: Reuters

9 Jun 2021

Aspirin does not improve survival chances for hospitalized Covid patients, British study finds

The cheap and widely-available drug aspirin does not improve survival for patients hospitalized with Covid-19, a U.K. study has found.

Source: CNBC

9 Jun 2021

COVID-19 Pandemic Has Derailed Fight Against AIDS, UN Says

The pandemic has stymied global efforts to eradicate AIDS, the UN General Assembly said Tuesday as it called for urgent action to end AIDS by 2030.

Source: HuffPost

9 Jun 2021

Bryan businesses react to new law that says they can't ask customers for proof of COVID-19 vaccination

Bryan business owners say they never even thought about asking customers for proof of a COVID-19 vaccine.

Source: KBTX

9 Jun 2021

UN urges action to end AIDS, saying COVID-19 hurt progress

The U.N. General Assembly overwhelmingly approved a declaration Tuesday calling for urgent action to end AIDS by 2030, noting “with alarm” that the COVID-19 ...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

9 Jun 2021

Study: hydroxychloroquine can boost COVID-19 survival chances by nearly 200%

Another study has confirmed hydroxy-chloroquine to be effective in the treatment of COVID-19. Conducted by the Saint Barnabas Medical Center, the research has found the combination of hydroxy-chloroquine and antibiotic Zithromax effectively suppresses covid-1…

Source: One America News Network

9 Jun 2021

San Francisco may be first major US city to hit herd immunity, experts say

City still recording small number of Covid cases per day but they don’t appear to be triggering wider outbreaks

Source: The Guardian

9 Jun 2021

This upcoming flu season could be brutal. Here's why experts are worried

As coronavirus devastated populations around the world, doctors and public health officials noticed something else was missing: Almost no one had the flu last year. That's causing concern among experts.

Source: KCCI Des Moines

9 Jun 2021

This upcoming flu season could be brutal. Here's why experts are worried

As coronavirus devastated populations around the world, doctors and public health officials noticed something else was missing: Almost no one had the flu last year. That's causing concern among experts.

Source: WISN Milwaukee

9 Jun 2021

This upcoming flu season could be brutal. Here's why experts are worried

As coronavirus devastated populations around the world, doctors and public health officials noticed something else was missing: Almost no one had the flu last year. That's causing concern among experts.

Source: WLWT Cincinnati

9 Jun 2021

Never Use This One Thing on Your Grill, Authorities Warn

While you may consider yourself a bit of a grill master, this common grill safety mistake could be putting you in harm's way, experts say.

Source: Best Life

9 Jun 2021

CDC issues new travel advice for more than 120 countries

Another 33 countries moved into the CDC's lowest Covid-19 travel risk category on Monday.

Source: CNN

9 Jun 2021

Old Penis: Changes, Symptoms & More

The penis changes as you age — so what do you need to know about "old penis"? Here are the changes to expect, possible causes, and treatments for conditions that may cause changes.

Source: Healthline

9 Jun 2021

The coming flu season may be a doozy. Here's why

The coming flu season may be a doozy. It's in part because of a very human reaction to restrictions, social distancing, struct hand hygiene and mask use. It may also be because our immune systems haven't been exposed to many germs for months.

Source: CNN

9 Jun 2021

Oregon reports 307 new COVID-19 cases, 6 new deaths

The Oregon Health Authority said Tuesday that 307 more people have tested positive for COVID-19 and six more people have died from it. 2,670 people in Oregon have now died from the disease, and 203,671 have tested positive for it. RELATED:Clackamas, Marion st…

Source: KATU

8 Jun 2021

No vaccine needed for those who’ve had COVID-19, Cleveland Clinic study says

** Watch the video above for more information about how long the COVID-19 vaccine lasts ** CLEVELAND (WJW) — The Cleveland Clinic recently studied the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccination among people who caught the virus and those who haven’t. The study…

Source: WKBN.com

8 Jun 2021

Oregon Health Authority reports six new deaths related to COVID-19, 307 new cases

PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – The Oregon Health Authority reported six new deaths related to COVID-19 on Tuesday bringing the state’s death toll to 2,670. OHA also reported 307 new cases

Source: KPTV.com

8 Jun 2021

'We have more students than ever before who need this': Upstate school district enrolls thousands of students for summer learning

High enrollment for Greenville County Schools comes amid adjustments for COVID-19

Source: WYFF4 Greenville

8 Jun 2021

Segregated dining in NYC: Vaccinated patrons enjoy life back to normal, un-vaxxed must stay distant

Restaurants in New York City are creating separate spaces for the vaccinated and unvaccinated, as some seek a return to normalcy and others look to take full advantage of their indoor spaces.

Source: Daily Mail

8 Jun 2021

Montana adds 674 new COVID-19 cases during last week, 20 more deaths

Montana added 674 new cases of COVID-19 during the past week, and 20 more deaths have been confirmed.

Source: Billings Gazette

8 Jun 2021

Biden’s July 4 COVID-19 Vaccination Target in Peril as Demand Plunges

President Joe Biden's goal of having 7 out of 10 U.S. adults get at least one shot against ...

Source: Theepochtimes.com

8 Jun 2021

The Best Sunscreens to Protect Your Skin from Aging, According to Dermatologists

The best sunscreen, according to dermatologists, is the one that you will actually wear. But with so many choices, how do you choose a sunscreen? We break it...

Source: Eatingwell.com

8 Jun 2021

Ohio draws third Vax-a-Million winners: Meet all vaccine lottery winners so far

Two additional winners have already been chosen — one adult will win $1 million, and one person aged 12 through 17 will win a full-ride scholarship.

Source: WLWT Cincinnati

8 Jun 2021

Yellowstone County reports 271st COVID-related death - a woman who was vaccinated

A Yellowstone County woman in her 50s has died of COVID-19 complications after she was previously vaccinated, RiverStone Health officials announced Tuesday.

Source: KTVQ Billings News