Dr. Sangeeta Sastry, infectious disease expert at VCU Health stops by the show to offer some insight on the new COVID-19 variant and symptoms of the virus.
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- Best Life
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disabling disease of the central nervous system in which the immune system attacks the myelin sheath—a layer of fatty tissue and protein that protects nerve fibers in the brain and spinal cord—causing communication problems between the brain and body. Eventually, this can cause nerve damage, resulting in a whole host of phantom pains and sensations.Historically, MS has been a condition that's shrouded in mystery and often met with dismissal or disbelief, but experts
- Yahoo Life
The color of your mucus can reveal some surprising things about your health. Here's what your mucus color means, according to experts.
- The State
His vantage point from inside the hospital is a rare glimpse inside how the COVID pandemic is impacting patients, the people who love them and the folks who are trying to save their lives.
- The Des Moines Register
Dr. Mollie James, who operates a clinic in Chariton, is a surgeon and critical care specialist who trained at Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Readers discuss an op-ed article by a doctor who has been verbally attacked by anti-vaccine COVID patients and their families.
What to know about isolation, masking and more if you're still testing positive late into a COVID-19 infection.
- Kansas City Star
We looked into some Kansas City reader questions about the omicron variant. Here’s what we found.
- The Metrowest Daily News
Q: If I decide not to get vaccinated for Covid and I get infected, it is my problem and no one else’s. Why should anyone care?
- The Week
The fundamentally irrational American response to COVID-19
- HuffPost Life
Steal this smart advice from the pros the next time you feel a migraine, tension or cluster headache coming on.
Activewear made by brands like Old Navy and Lululemon tested positive for toxic chemicals called PFAS which are linked to cancer.
You've probably heard about accounts of brain fog and loss of taste, but according to a new report, some people are also experiencing tremors after contracting COVID-19.
- USA TODAY
Is long COVID a syndrome or a series of coronavirus complications? What we know now about lingering symptoms.
Long COVID is probably a wide array of diseases, say experts, who continue to study the mysterious lingering symptoms faced by some who get COVID-19.
"I refuse to watch my patients die because of absolute chaos that could otherwise be avoided, while, sadly, we are told to keep quiet as the ship we’re on sinks."
People Who Have Had Omicron Don't Necessarily Have COVID Immunity — Here's Why They Should Stay Cautious
Infectious disease experts are hopeful but not not yet sure if omicron provides the same level of antibody protection as past variants
- The AV Club
Last we checked in on porcine-derived organ transplants this past Halloween, doctors made the medical breakthrough of fooling a human host into accepting a genetically modified pig kidney—a feat as impressive as it was seasonally appropriate. Perhaps to get in the Valentine’s Day spirit of things, researchers have now pulled off yet another wonder of science that also doubles as a festive, if gallows, celebration: They successfully completed a pig-to-human heart transplant... and they owe it all
- Washington Post
As Robert Malone stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial before thousands of anti-vaccine and anti-mandate demonstrators Sunday, the medical doctor and infectious-disease researcher repeated the falsehoods that have garnered him legions of followers. "Regarding the genetic covid vaccines, the science is settled," he said in a 15-minute speech that referenced the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and John F. Kennedy. "They are not working."Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter for the most important
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
It's heartless for some to suggest that unvaccinated people should not go to the hospital when they get COVID-19.
- Good Housekeeping
Chest pain, nausea, sweating — these symptoms and others can indicate a panic attack or a true emergency heart attack. Here's how you know the difference, according to cardiologists
- In The Know by Yahoo
Woman slams popular mental health app over allegedly 'predatory' behavior: 'I got zero out of your service'
Her experience, which she later chronicled in a series of viral TikToks, was far from ideal.