WLKY sat down with four medical professionals at Norton Audubon Hospital in Louisville to talk candidly about the situation. The doctor, nurse, respiratory therapist and director of patient care all agreed that this latest surge of COVID-19 cases hit before they had time to recover from the first.
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"The answer was to have been vaccinated - but they were not and now they're angry at the medical community for their failure," Dr. Matthew Trunsky said.
A video shows a man of 75, struggling to breathe due to COVID-19, was coaxed to leave hospital by an anti-vaxxer. He died days later, say reports
A frail-looking Joe McCarron, 75, from Donegal, Ireland, was told by the anti-vaxxer, Antonio Mureddu Gravegliu, "it was better to die at home."
A 25-year-old who had to get a double lung transplant due to COVID-19 said his lungs look like 'chewed up pieces of bubblegum'
Blake Bargatze, 25, from Georgia, needed a double lung transplant after refusing a coronavirus vaccine and getting infected in April.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said 279 people in 29 states have been sickened with salmonella; 26 are hospitalized.
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Marijuana is federally illegal. But what if you could get high off hemp?
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Angela Weiss/GettyAs tens of thousands of unvaccinated New York health-care workers are set to be fired on Monday once the state’s COVID-19 vaccination deadline kicks in, Gov. Kathy Hochul has a plan for a potential staffing shortage: a statewide state of emergency. Hochul said preparations were underway Saturday to make an emergency declaration, clearing the way for health-care workers not licensed in New York to fill in the gaps of those terminated. The declaration will also allow workers from
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Two disbarred lawyers sued a Texas doctor who performed an abortion. Flustered ‘pro-lifers’ are backpedaling
Anti-choice groups are embarrassed that their draconian law is being enforced the way it was designedDemocrats present last line of defense for abortion rights Women protest against the six-week abortion ban at the Texas capitol. Photograph: Jay Janner/AP Dr Alan Braid, an OBGYN based in San Antonio, broke the law on purpose. In an essay published in the Washington Post last Saturday, the doctor announced that he performed an abortion on a woman who was past six weeks of gestation, the limit imp
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Transitioning isn’t always linear. My journey involved many surprising twists and turns Imma Asher: ‘Everything that I had worked so hard to attain in order to affirm my gender identity was falling apart.’ Photograph: Lynsey Weatherspoon Imagine running a race where the finish line continually relocates itself. This is the best way I can describe my transition into womanhood. I was born in Tuskegee, Alabama. I started my medical transition at the age of 29. During those years, I underwent a mult
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A woman exercising on a stationary bike. Exercise is an important component of weight loss, most experts agree. CC BY-SAImagine that you are running a company, but you cannot get to your goal because all of your good workers keep quitting. For 30 years, your response to this problem has been to criticize the workers and say they are stupid and weak for quitting. As a result, you never reach your goal. You don’t change your formula or alter your plan, just keep blaming and shaming the workers for
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Even knowing the chronicles of past disease did not prepare me for how bewildering our social response to the COVID pandemic would be.
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One major tool that we've been missing in the coronavirus fight is a pill that people can take right after they've been diagnosed with the virus. It may not be that far off.Why it matters: An effective antiviral pill could prevent an infected person from ever getting sick, or at least from requiring hospitalization. It's not a substitute for vaccination, but it would make living with the coronavirus safer. Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Driving the new
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While many of us are eagerly awaiting the return of colored leaves and a full-fledged pumpkin spice takeover, seniors on Medicare may be eagerly awaiting the beginning of open enrollment. Each fall, Medicare participants are entitled to make changes to their coverage during open enrollment, which runs from Oct. 15 through Dec. 7. If you're on Medicare, here are a few key moves to make.
Millions of Americans are still suffering from a wide spectrum of symptoms long after they've recovered from their original coronavirus infections, and it's very unclear what the disease's trajectory is — or even how many people are affected.What we're watching: We still don't have a good grasp on how susceptible vaccinated people are to long COVID. If the condition remains a threat even for the vaccinated, that could shape the risks people are willing to take in the future.Get market news worth
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Officials pushed to have firefighters, who are often emergency medical providers, be among the first to receive the vaccines.