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- The Associated Press
DENVER (AP) Jamal Murray is conflicted. The Nuggets' star guard can't wait to get back to playing basketball like he did before that awful night in San Francisco last April when his left knee buckled as he drove past Andrew Wiggins, ending his season and ultimately quashing Denver's championship aspirations. The Nuggets recently tweeted a video of Murray draining a corner 3, then slow-motion prancing down the baseline with a big smile and stepping deliberately so as not to stress his sleeved left knee.
- The Telegraph
“Nothing happened.” Those were the first words I heard when I woke up in a strange bed, with nine hours of memory missing. The last thing I had known, a colleague and I were out for a drink. It was 8pm, still light out, and I remember thinking how great it was that it was early enough to make it to my friend’s house for dinner.
- Washington Examiner
The United Kingdom's drug regulatory agency added a rare autoimmune nerve disorder to its list of possible COVID-19 vaccine complications.
On Oct. 20, nearly a month after Pfizer booster shots were approved for at-risk groups, the FDA has officially authorized Moderna and Johnson & Johnson boosters.
- The Daily Beast
via TelegramNIZHNY NOVGOROD—A gut-wrenching video has been circulating in Russia showing a dead COVID-19 patient on his hospital bed in the town of Novouralsk, apparently neglected by nurses and doctors. In the clip, another patient—the man who posted the video—is seen running around the hospital’s empty hallways screaming at the top of his lungs in an effort to flag down medical staff to tend to the deceased. “Girls, anybody?! Nurses, doctors!,” he can be heard shouting. No one responds to his
Former U.S. president Bill Clinton addressed the public via Twitter for the first time since his recent hospitalization for a non-COVID-related infection
Whether you have arthritis, an injury, or simply have bad knees, these knee exercises will keep them feeling strong and healthy.
New “Delta Plus” OffShoot Called AY.4.2 May Be Most Infectious Covid Variant Yet; It’s On The Rise In The UK
A new report on Friday from the UK Health Ministry indicated the rising prevalence of a new offshoot of the Delta variant of Covid-19. The offshoot is so new that it does not have an official Pango lineage designation — such as B.1.167.2 for the original Delta variant — which is the nomenclature used by […]
- Women's Health
Many cold and COVID-19 symptoms are similar, including runny nose, sore throat, and cough. Here's how to tell the difference between the two.
“Medicare & You 2022” is four pages longer than the 2021 edition I received earlier this year, when I was turning age 65. Last time around, I spent many hours on the subject and, even then, I was just barely comfortable making my Medicare choice. All of you who hit 65 this year will also know that the “official U.S. government Medicare handbook” is among a mountain of mail you received from insurers, many hoping to sell you a Medigap or prescription drug policy.
An Oklahoma woman's jail sentence for manslaughter after a miscarriage highlights an 'extreme acceleration' in prosecuting pregnancy over the last 16 years
Arrests and prosecutions because of pregnancy have increased threefold in recent years, according to the National Advocates for Pregnant Women.
- Eating Well
This Is How Long You Should Exercise Each Week to Help Lower Your Risk for Cancer, According to Science
46,000 cases of cancer in America could potentially be prevented each year if we move THIS much.
- Business Insider
Supreme Court refuses to stop vaccine mandates for health workers in Maine - the first time it weighed in on a statewide mandate
The Supreme Court has previously rejected a challenge to vaccine mandates for New York City teachers.
- LA Times
As more California cities require proof of COVID-19 vaccinations in public places, a cherished burger chain has become an unlikely flashpoint.
- 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.
- The Telegraph
The successful Covid vaccination programme has created a two-tier pandemic in which death rates are now back to normal for the over-65s, but for younger people the situation is even worse than last year.
- Kansas City Star
With Medicaid expanded in Missouri, work falls on clinics that serve the uninsured to help patients enroll. Many aren’t aware they’ll now qualify.
The level of care took into account both the intensity (hours per week) and the duration (less than a year), 1-3 years, and 3 years or more. The more common way is unpaid informal care provided by family members. The goal in this second brief is to calculate the percentage of individuals at age 65 who have the family and financial resources to cover the cost of minimal, moderate, and severe long-term care needs, if they were to develop such needs.
- E! News
After the birth of her son Rennie, Katharine McPhee feels appreciation for her body. In an exclusive interview with E! News, the new mom got candid about shifting away from her old habits.
Candidiasis, or thrush, is a fungal infection that can occur in different parts of the body, including your mouth. Here, signs, treatments, and prevention tips.