Dr. Mary Montgomery, an infectious disease specialist at Brigham and Women's Hospital, is asked about the growing spread of monkeypox.
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Barnes has been sharing updates on social media.
I’m a Pediatrician and These Are the 4 Things I Would Never, Ever Do as a Parent (Plus, 1 Thing I Try to Avoid)
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Dr. David Itkin, a Seacoast area infectious disease expert, said having certain people appear to be immune to a particular virus is not new.
- The Hill
Story at a glance A lawsuit from Texas is trying to change the way the Affordable Care Act (ACA) forces health insurers to cover certain preventative care services. It specifically takes issue with health plans paying for birth control, HIV medication and testing for sexually transmitted diseases. If the lawsuit prevails, millions of Americans could…
- Women's Health
Foods high in sodium, sugar, and unhealthy fats can put you at greater risk of developing heart disease. Check out this list of the worst foods for your heart.
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- The Daily Beast
MR.Cole_Photographer via GettyA group of Boston researchers have designed a postcard-sized test that can detect both a SARS-CoV-2 infection and the presence of antibodies as a result of recent infection—providing a two-in-one punch that can both diagnose active COVID cases (including specifying which variant is responsible), as well as how well protected someone might be from future infections, thanks to antibody levels. The researchers hope their new portable device, which tests a patient’s sal
- The Telegraph
Half of people with possible cancer symptoms do not contact their GPs for six months, according to a survey.
- The Hill
Story at a glance Researchers from the Medical College of Georgia found the most common lingering symptom among COVID-19 patients was fatigue, followed by headaches, a new study shows. The study analyzed the experiences of 200 people who contracted the virus during the early days of the pandemic and still had symptoms four months after…
- Country Living
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We spoke to experts to better understand how monkeypox spreads, what activities are riskiest at this time, and how to avoid infection as cases rise globally.View Entire Post ›
- LA Times
Health officials recommend that anyone infected with the coronavirus isolate for at least 5 days — but for many, that timeline may be overly optimistic.
- Eating Well
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How to know what a faint line on your at-home COVID test means, including how sick you are, how contagious you may be, and what to do next.
- The Hill
Scientists in a new study have identified a link between “forever chemical” exposure and the development of the most common type of liver cancer. One specific type of forever chemical, called perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS), may have a particularly strong connection to the manifestation of this deadly disease, according to the study. PFOS is one…
- Idaho Statesman
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As the virus known as monkeypox continues to spread across the nation, experts are advising Americans how to stay safe. […] The post Studies show monkeypox transmitted three ways. Experts rate risk levels as high, medium, lower appeared first on TheGrio.
A man who tested negative for monkeypox twice got such a bad infection doctors feared he might go blind
Kevin Kwong, 33, had six online appointments, one call to a nurse hotline, an urgent treatment visit, and two ER trips before monkeypox was diagnosed.