Younger Minnesotans could start getting a COVID-19 vaccine soon.
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- Eat This, Not That!
Browsing the supplement aisle at your local drugstore or supermarket can feel overwhelming. In front of you are countless supplements claiming to provide everything from better heart health to improved cognitive function to weight loss. And while some supplements do deliver on their promises, many fall short. Worse yet, some could do more harm than good.In fact, there's one supplement that has so much potential to cause harm that experts recommend you avoid it entirely. According to Courtney D'A
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Some say a fermented apple a day will help stabilize blood sugar, support weight loss, and lower blood pressure—here’s the truth.
- Washington Examiner
A CNN contributor is telling her network to rein it in after the outlet aired "dishonest" coverage about podcast host Joe Rogan's use of ivermectin to fight COVID-19.
Bill Clinton Released from the Hospital After Treatment for Infection: 'We Will Continue to Monitor'
"His fever and white blood cell count are normalized and he will return home to New York to finish his course of antibiotics," says University of California Irvine Medical Center's Dr. Alpesh N. Amin
An unvaccinated couple refused the COVID-19 vaccine against their family's urges. Both parents died, leaving behind four children.
"They were going off what they've been hearing and reading on the internet," a relative said about the couple who left behind four kids ages 11 to 17.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/Photos Getty ImagesPlenty of highly produced primetime segments attempting to hammer home the ugly reality of COVID-19 have aired over the past year and a half. Plenty of public officials have pleaded, and reasoned and asked nicely. We’ve heard from people who, through no fault of their own, have suffered COVID-related catastrophe due to the actions of others. We’ve heard from people who, completely because of their own negligence, have suffered the effects
- Men's Health
Suang Wijaya explains how he learned to balance his busy lifestyle as a lawyer with his health and fitness goals in order to lose 35 pounds in 5 months.
- USA TODAY
My son's story isn't unique. We can’t keep going down this road. We can’t keep sacrificing our children on the altar of pot.
- Business Insider
New York reports a record 15 cases of a rare disease linked to rat urine in 2021, as vermin complaints flood in
Rats have been terrorizing New Yorkers even more than usual this year. In 2021, New York has recorded 15 cases of leptospirosis, a rare, potentially fatal disease comes from exposure to rats.
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You might think Alzheimer's Disease or dementia makes you forgetful, debilitatingly so, but can't be fatal. That's a myth. Forgive the bluntness but "Alzheimer's disease has no survivors," says the Alzheimer's Association. "It destroys brain cells and causes memory changes, erratic behaviors and loss of body functions. It slowly and painfully takes away a person's identity, ability to connect with others, think, eat, talk, walk and find his or her way home." No one wants that to happen—and you c
- Business Insider
Oklahoma doctors called 40 hospitals to find an ICU bed for a COVID-19 patient with internal bleeding. None of them had space and he died.
Forty hospitals across four states reportedly did not have an available ICU bed for 69-year-old Johnnie Novotny.
- USA TODAY
So far, 8.8 million Americans have received a booster dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Here’s everything to know about booster doses of all three vaccines.
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- Idaho Statesman
If you want qualified people on the Central District Health board, you need to put responsible people on the Ada County Commission | Editorial
- The New York Times
NEW YORK — In the Bronx, a youth counselor closed his eyes and steeled himself for the shot. In Queens, a nurse calmed herself by humming gospel music. In Manhattan, a graduate student asked one last question about fertility while reviewing the consent form. With a mixture of nervousness, resentment and, sometimes, relief, hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers finally got a dose of coronavirus vaccine in recent weeks. In some cases, it was because they had a change of heart; perhaps, more commonl
- The Telegraph
A warm glass of milk has long been used by parents to settle their toddlers before bed. Now new research has suggested that it is not just an old wives’ tale and the bedtime drink really does help ensure a good night’s sleep.
Masking at indoor gatherings for all above the age of 2 — regardless of vaccination status — is advised
Doctors and their lobbyists oppose new rules that could lower medical bills, part of a long history of their opposition to heathcare cost reform.
- Miami Herald
When Marcia Blanar stayed at Hawks Cay Resort in the Florida Keys during the summer, a decorative fountain surrounded by benches “was raging with active Legionella,” according to a lawsuit filed on her behalf earlier this month in Monroe County Circuit Court.