The PIAA may soon recommend its student-athletes get vaccinated against COVID.
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Once a chatty and energetic child, Avella Bauer is now unable to see, speak or move her arms or legs
- Miami Herald
Outspoken anti vaxxer and alt-right agitator Laura Loomer is feeling the effects of COVID-19.
- Business Insider
Right-wing activist Laura Loomer, who once said 'bad fajitas' were worse than COVID-19, has tested positive and says she's in 'so much pain'
The right-wing activist said in December 2020 that she wanted to prove that she'd had "bouts of food poisoning that are more serious" than COVID-19.
- LA Times
Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine does a significantly better job of preventing COVID-19 hospitalizations compared with Pfizer's shot.
Palin called herself "one of those white, common sense conservatives" and cited her own recovery from COVID-19. But the CDC recommends getting the shot "regardless" of previous infection.
“It’s hard to get rid of so much PTSD," the actress said. "It’s in your bones and it’s in your nervous system for sure.”
- The Daily Beast
REUTERSJust a day after testing positive for COVID-19, a Florida Republican official who battled against mask mandates, attacked the vaccine, and railed at CDC officials has died in Tampa.Gregg Prentice, who was 61, led the Hillsborough County Election Integrity Committee—and his sudden death has sent the local GOP scrambling as it no longer has access to essential campaign finance software without his help.In a Sept. 14 letter to the Federal Election Commission, the Hillsborough County Republic
- The Telegraph
A treatment for coronavirus that cuts deaths by a fifth for those who are immunosuppressed is to be available from next week, the Government has announced.
- Business Insider
New research may finally answer why long COVID patients are still sick, suggesting one "auto-antibody" may be responsible for harmful inflammation.
- Washington Post
The days of full covid coverage are over. Insurers are restoring deductibles and co-pays, leaving patients with big bills.
Jamie Azar left a rehab hospital in Tennessee this week with the help of a walker after spending the entire month of August in the ICU and on a ventilator. She had received a shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in mid-July but tested positive for the coronavirus within 11 days and nearly died. Now Azar, who earns about $36,000 a year as the director of a preschool at a Baptist church in Georgia, is facing thousands of dollars in medical expenses that she can't afford.Subscribe to The Post Most
- Woman's Day
It may be time to move on from cloth-based face masks altogether.
- Good Morning America
New data released Saturday at the 2021 European Society of Medical Oncology conference is garnering excitement for those seeking to battle some of the most challenging forms of breast cancer. Researchers found using the antibody conjugate drug ENHERTU to treat currently incurable HER-2-positive breast cancer was significantly more successful at reducing tumor size and keeping the patient alive longer without progression of disease than the current standard of care TDM1. ENHERTU was shown to be twice as effective as TDM1, the standard of care medication, in causing complete control of the disease in this trial.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
A Texas police officer’s family is among many in the U.S. in need of an increasingly rare medical machine.
- Men's Health
Here's how I burned fat, built muscle, and changed my mindset in 12 weeks.
- The Guardian
It’s probably a minor effect of the immune response but it’s not a good look when the medical establishment can’t be bothered to notice A quarter of humans in the world are menstruating. Maybe health establishment should pay attention to their experience of the vaccine. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images Sign up for the Week in Patriarchy, a newsletter on feminism and sexism sent every Saturday It’s about bloody time health experts listened to women Could the Covid-19 vaccine have a short-term impact
- Kansas City Star
“The question is what am I doing to get people out of jail from the Jan. 6. So what we did is we took a deep, deep dive,” the junior senator said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -President Joe Biden on Friday signed an executive order adding measles to a list of communicable diseases that could require quarantine after several Afghan refugees were diagnosed with the highly contagious disease after arriving in the United States. The action makes measles one of the diseases for which federal health authorities have the authority to issue quarantine orders requiring people who have been diagnosed with measles or exposed to it to self-isolate to protect public health, a White House official said in a statement.
- The Guardian
FDA expected to issue full emergency authorization for periodic antibody injections, or PrEP, to complement vaccinations Janet Handal, 70, is a transplant recipient who founded a Facebook group of immunocompromised people. Photograph: Benjamin Ryan A proud sports mom, Shantay Brown longs to pack into a crowded stadium for her son’s Ohio State football games and scream her face off over the action on the field. But as with so many other simple pleasures in the age of Covid-19, nothing is that sim
- Yahoo Life
This deaf mom says she was refused service at Dunkin' Donuts. Now, she's using her story to empower others: 'Stand up for yourself’
“To my fellow deaf warriors, stand up for yourself,” the mom states. “Don't always depend on someone else to do it for you. You are your own advocate."