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Courtesy Kelseyleigh HeplerAs some healthcare workers balk at taking an FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccine with fewer known side effects than eating Chicken McNuggets, we should remember and honor the thousands of frontline heroes who died risking their lives to save others.Those fallen healthcare workers were as brave in the pandemic as any soldiers in war and they prominently include a 49-year-old Pennsylvannia ICU nurse named Deanna Reber. Her final message to us was imparted in an obituary penned
"I knew what to look for, but I missed the signs."
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Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily BeastNEW DELHI—An onslaught of fatal snakebite attacks is sweeping India and killing tens of thousands each year—and so far, the government’s response has been to ignore, trivialize, and cover up the crisis altogether.A 2020 study, which was based on verbal autopsies, suggests that on average, close to 58,000 Indian citizens die each year due to snakebites. In contrast, the country’s government reports ridiculously low numbers: In 2018, the Health and
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What remains unknown is whether people who don’t have Type 2 diabetes can take these medications to improve their own COVID-19 outcomes.
Months after diagnosis, 37% of Covid-19 patients were still experiencing pain, depression, and brain fog.
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Kassidy Pierson ‘s older sister broke the news on social media and reminded followers to get their skin checked
The far-right lawmaker's tweet drew ridicule from Democrats and Twitter critics.
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The video app TikTok offers users an unexpectedly intimate space to navigate and narrate experiences with terminal illness, grief and dying.
- Eating Well
If you've been wondering why the foods you love aren't loving you back anymore, here are the likeliest culprits.
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As another season approaches, how can you tell the difference between the flu, Covid-19 and an allergy?
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Splash pads are closed until the end of the year after the child became hospitalized Sept. 5 and died 6 days later.
Here's what's true about five common breast cancer myths. From lumps to screenings to family history, experts debunk common breast cancer myths with facts.
- Eat This, Not That!
A head cold, again? Some years, it seems like you're constantly coming down with something. But a worse-than-usual flu season may not be entirely to blame. There are a bunch of ways you might be weakening your immune system without even knowing it, all day long—from how much sleep you get to your sugar intake to the items you touch at the office. Eat This, Not That! Health has rounded them up here. Gesundheit. Read on to find out more—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't mis
Some types of exercise—yoga, Pilates, HIIT and weight lifting—are all good, but some are better at slowing cognitive decline.
- Men's Health
In a new Instagram post, NFL Hall of Famer and Fox Sports analyst Troy Aikman opened up about the workout and diet routine that helps him stay ripped at 54.
Millions of Americans soon could have access to a daily orally administered medication that could be taken for five to 10 days at the first confirmation of Covid infection.
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People who had the coronavirus and then got the vaccine may be at an extreme advantage. Here's how.
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Lila Moss walks the Fendi x Versace runway show with her type 1 diabetes insulin pump on full display. She's the daughter of supermodel Kate Moss.
- Business Insider
4 charts show why Moderna vaccine recipients may not need boosters as much as people who got Pfizer's vaccine
Emerging patterns suggest Moderna's two-dose vaccine might have a slight edge over Pfizer's in the long run.
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Former FDA chief predicts the Delta variant could be the last major COVID-19 surge in the US and be over by Thanksgiving
Dr. Scott Gottlieb also pointed to the importance of COVID-19 testing to differentiate between other illnesses in the winter months.