Illinois public health officials reported 4,660 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 and 40 related deaths Tuesday.
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- LA Times
Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine does a significantly better job of preventing COVID-19 hospitalizations compared with Pfizer's shot.
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- Business Insider
Right-wing activist Laura Loomer, who once said 'bad fajitas' were worse than COVID-19, has tested positive and says she's in 'so much pain'
The right-wing activist said in December 2020 that she wanted to prove that she'd had "bouts of food poisoning that are more serious" than COVID-19.
- The Telegraph
Men could be cured of prostate cancer in a week using larger doses of precision radiotherapy, scientists believe.
Palin called herself "one of those white, common sense conservatives" and cited her own recovery from COVID-19. But the CDC recommends getting the shot "regardless" of previous infection.
“It’s hard to get rid of so much PTSD," the actress said. "It’s in your bones and it’s in your nervous system for sure.”
- Good Housekeeping
Here's what the CDC Director says; the answer may surprise you.
The anti-vaxxers who 'gaslight' medics are destroying the patient-doctor relationship in America, experts warn
Emergency room doctor Stephen Sample told Insider he's feeling "demoralized" after receiving pushback from unvaccinated COVID-19 patients.
- Woman's Day
It may be time to move on from cloth-based face masks altogether.
- Good Morning America
New data released Saturday at the 2021 European Society of Medical Oncology conference is garnering excitement for those seeking to battle some of the most challenging forms of breast cancer. Researchers found using the antibody conjugate drug ENHERTU to treat currently incurable HER-2-positive breast cancer was significantly more successful at reducing tumor size and keeping the patient alive longer without progression of disease than the current standard of care TDM1. ENHERTU was shown to be twice as effective as TDM1, the standard of care medication, in causing complete control of the disease in this trial.
Let’s get straight to it: Bad breath stinks. And while you could just inhale Altoids before every important life event, Elisa Mello, a dentist at NYC Smile Design , shares her...
- Washington Post
The days of full covid coverage are over. Insurers are restoring deductibles and co-pays, leaving patients with big bills.
Jamie Azar left a rehab hospital in Tennessee this week with the help of a walker after spending the entire month of August in the ICU and on a ventilator. She had received a shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in mid-July but tested positive for the coronavirus within 11 days and nearly died. Now Azar, who earns about $36,000 a year as the director of a preschool at a Baptist church in Georgia, is facing thousands of dollars in medical expenses that she can't afford.Subscribe to The Post Most
- Men's Health
Here's how I burned fat, built muscle, and changed my mindset in 12 weeks.
- KABC – Los Angeles
Los Angeles County on Friday reported its first case this year of a person dying from West Nile virus.
- Kansas City Star
“The question is what am I doing to get people out of jail from the Jan. 6. So what we did is we took a deep, deep dive,” the junior senator said.
- The Week
Why doctors don't think vaccine skeptics' acceptance of a helpful COVID-19 treatment is sufficient
- Business Insider
COVID-19 vaccine's impact on menstrual cycles needs to be investigated after 30,000 women report changes, says top scientist
Dr. Victoria Male, from Imperial College London, says the changes are safe and short-lived, but it's crucial to find out why it happens.
- NBC News
He and his wife have tested negative, as have other two children, the governor's office said.
- KGTV - San Diego Scripps
Two San Diego parents are pleading for others to hear their story after their eight-year-old son got Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome, a rare and serious condition associated with COVID-19.
- Washington Examiner
Oregon’s public health officials are pointing to signs of optimism in their fight against COVID-19.