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"It's so difficult not to compare myself to others."
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Ree Drummond, 52, shared all about the exact weight loss plan she followed.
Recent data suggests that Moderna's coronavirus vaccine may maintain a higher effectiveness over time than Pfizer's.Why it matters: The effectiveness gap could always disappear with more data, and both vaccines remain very effective against severe disease. But if the gap does hold up, it raises questions about whether the two vaccines should be treated the same way policy-wise.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for freeDriving the news: Se
Prioritizing global vaccine distribution over booster shots can help prevent the emergence of dangerous new variants.
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A massive study from Israel suggests older adults were far less likely to develop severe COVID-19 after a booster shot, but the finding carries major limitations
A booster shot dramatically reduced the risk of COVID-19 infection and illness, Israeli scientists found.
Strength gains aren’t the only advantage with this training method—it can even improve blood pressure numbers.
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Washington State coach Nick Rolovich's vaccine stance has become PR problem for hospital, experts say
Nick Rolovich parried questions about his vaccine status this time in front of a banner sponsored by a hospital that has rejected transfer patients
With Florida hospitals overflowing with COVID-19 patients, 12-year-old Seth Osborn was unable to get medical care before his appendix burst
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The pandemic will eventually end, but reaching a "new normal" will mean deciding how to manage the lingering threat of the coronavirus for years to come.
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After her husband was infected with the coronavirus and entered an intensive care unit this month, Angela Underwood pushed the Louisville hospital that was treating him to administer ivermectin, the deworming drug some people have used to treat or prevent covid-19 in recent months. She sued Norton Brownsboro Hospital after it allegedly refused to administer the treatment to Lonnie Underwood, 58, without a court order and supervision by a doctor with the authority to do so.Subscribe to The Post M
- The Week
Doctor who called COVID-19 vaccine 'needle rape' is now on Idaho's largest regional health board
- Business Insider
Moderna says a study showed falling COVID-19 immunity over time and a need for boosters - even though most 'breakthrough' infections weren't severe
Moderna says the data provides evidence boosters could stop thousands of cases - but most "breakthrough" infections after its shot weren't severe.
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The acetate solution can help those living with osteoporosis.
"If you’ve already gone through menopause and you’re spotting, that’s a dangerous sign," she stressed.
It may be time to move on from cloth-based face masks altogether.
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Beaumont Health issued a statement on Wednesday saying its 10 emergency departments are nearly full, and encouraging patients with non-emergency medical conditions to visit their physician offices or urgent care.
- Idaho Statesman
Health officials made the announcement Thursday.
- Real Simple
Experts settle the debate over whether we should be watching our fruit intake because of the sugar content.
• A federal judge temporarily blocked New York state from forcing medical workers to be vaccinated, after 17 healthcare workers sued, saying not allowing religious exemptions to the mandate violated their Constitutional rights. Judge David Hurd in Utica issued the order, giving the state until Sept. 22 to respond to the lawsuit, the Associated Press reported. If the state opposes the plaintiffs’ request for a preliminary court order blocking the vaccine mandate, an oral hearing will take place on Sept. 28.
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The most honest statement for anyone still resisting a vaccine is, 'I don’t want to,' and that’s it.