Health care workers gave their all during the pandemic, but many are now experiencing burnout. That's why a Queens hospital is using technology to help nurses escape without leaving work. Jenna DeAngelis shows us how in a story you'll see only on CBS2.
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There's a new COVID-19 shot that targets omicron and its subvariants. But does your protection fade after a certain amount of time?
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Jax went viral for her TikTok showcasing her before-and-after appearances during jaw surgery.
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Most children in the United States have returned to school for the year as districts aim to bring kids back to a setting that resembles the pre-pandemic normal. Dr. Greta Massetti, chief of the field epidemiology and prevention branch at the CDC, told reporters at the time that because unvaccinated and vaccinated people were no longer being advised to quarantine, test-to-stay was no longer necessary. Cases and hospitalizations do not appear to be dramatically rising and adults have the highest rate of weekly cases per 100,000, per CDC data.
Adults who reported that they lifted weights had a lower risk of mortality than those who did not.
Practicing breath training can lower blood pressure, per a new study. Here, the study’s author discusses how breathwork can lower BP using the IMST technique.
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Not long after the rollout of coronavirus vaccines last year, women around the country began posting on social media about what they believed was a strange side effect: changes to their periods. Now, new research shows that many of the complaints were valid. A study of nearly 20,000 people around the world shows that getting vaccinated against covid can change the timing of the menstrual cycle. Vaccinated people experienced, on average, about a one-day delay in getting their periods, compared wi
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Katie Couric's doctor reminded her that she was overdue for a mammogram — which she planned to film until the doctor found a concerning mass.
The former Trump adviser attacked John Fetterman for flying a marijuana flag.
Japan's population level immunity to COVID-19 has reached about 90% in major population areas after a recent Omicron wave, though that level of protection is likely to diminish in a matter of months, according to a study published on Tuesday. That level of so-called "herd immunity" reflects partial protection imparted from both natural infection and vaccination, according to the Tokyo Foundation of Policy Research, which estimated the levels for 12 of Japan's most-populated prefectures. People in Tokyo, Osaka and the southern prefecture of Okinawa got most of their immunity through contagion amid high case counts in those areas, particularly during a seventh wave of infections that peaked last month, the researchers found.
Experts break down which vitamins and minerals are essential for strong bones and joints and which foods pack them.
Dealing With High Cholesterol, or Looking to Avoid It in the Future? Here Are 24 Foods to Watch Out for
If you’re in your 20s or 30s, you probably don't think you need to worry about your cholesterol just yet. But that's a misconception: Actually, cholesterol should be a routine part of your next physical exam: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 30 million ...
For the past couple of years, we’ve all spent a lot of time at home hunched over a computer or a mobile phone as we work from the comfort of our homes. Sometimes, your posture can suffer from that position, so it's important to strengthen the muscle group that supports your upper body. That's where ...
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What is CAR T-cell therapy and how can it help cure some diseases?
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The baby developed an infection from being born in the Maryland jail cell, doctors determined, according to the lawsuit.
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When COVID-19 vaccines became widely available, some women reported changes in the timing and length of their menstrual cycles after getting vaccinated. Now, nearly two years later, a global study has confirmed that COVID-19 vaccination can lead to temporary changes in cycle length for some people. The study, published in the medical journal BMJ, looked at nearly 20,000 women around the world who self-reported their menstrual cycle through Natural Cycles, an FDA-cleared birth control app.
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Myles Garrett is home from the hospital after a scary accident on Monday afternoon #Browns
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Is your diet ultra-processed? In many households, ultra-processed foods are mainstays at the kitchen table. They include products that you may not even think of as junk food such as breakfast cereals, muffins, snack bars and sweetened yogurts. Soft drinks and energy drinks count, too.Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter for the most important and interesting stories from The Washington Post. These foods represent an increasingly large share of the world's diet. Almost 60 percent of the calories
Cases of enterovirus D68, a respiratory virus linked to paralysis, are on the rise in the U.S., according to the CDC. Cases are now increasing after “extended period” low case numbers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New research suggests the optimal amount of protein to eat each day for muscle gains is less than you may think.
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Officials may have given up, but we still need healthcare providers' help.