University Hospitals initiated a “14-day voluntary inactivation” of its kidney transplant program on Sept. 2, days after the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) conducted an on-site review of the program in relation to the transplantation of a kidney into the wrong patient in July, according to an internal communication obtained by News 5. A hospital spokesperson on Tuesday confirmed that the program is on pause.
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A massive study from Israel suggests older adults were far less likely to develop severe COVID-19 after a booster shot, but the finding carries major limitations
A booster shot dramatically reduced the risk of COVID-19 infection and illness, Israeli scientists found.
With Florida hospitals overflowing with COVID-19 patients, 12-year-old Seth Osborn was unable to get medical care before his appendix burst
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Health officials raise the alarm about a mosquito-borne virus causing paralysis, meningitis, and death in at least 6 states
At least 29 states have seen confirmed or probable human cases with symptoms, and a number of states have reported deaths from West Nile virus.
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Recent data suggests that Moderna's coronavirus vaccine may maintain a higher effectiveness over time than Pfizer's.Why it matters: The effectiveness gap could always disappear with more data, and both vaccines remain very effective against severe disease. But if the gap does hold up, it raises questions about whether the two vaccines should be treated the same way policy-wise.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for freeDriving the news: Se
"It's really about how I feel. I feel great," Pioneer Woman's Ree Drummond said of her health and wellness journey
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A model is garnering praise on TikTok after slamming a photographer for suggesting she "didn't eat" for two weeks.
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How a rogue doctor who called the vaccine 'needle rape' was made an Idaho public-health official in its worst COVID crisis yet
The story of Dr Ryan Cole shows how the state's public health apparatus was reshaped by COVID skeptics as the virus swept through Idaho.
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The pandemic will eventually end, but reaching a "new normal" will mean deciding how to manage the lingering threat of the coronavirus for years to come.
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Go Nakamura/GettyThe parents of an 8-year-old girl now left orphaned. A Kentucky woman recently crowned “Teacher of the Year.” A beloved Idaho fire chief. These are among the latest COVID-19 deaths reported this week, as hospitals across the nation warn the Delta-fueled wave is so bad they are already rationing care.Eight-year-old Lillie Burko has witnessed the devastation firsthand and is now left to deal with its brutal aftermath: After losing both her parents to COVID within two weeks, she is
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400,000 people are infected each year with coronaviruses carried by bats, an early study suggests. Researchers say the data could help prevent future pandemics.
Researchers said that the data could help prevent future pandemics caused by viruses that spread from animals to humans.
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Moderna says a study showed falling COVID-19 immunity over time and a need for boosters - even though most 'breakthrough' infections weren't severe
Moderna says the data provides evidence boosters could stop thousands of cases - but most "breakthrough" infections after its shot weren't severe.
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However, the FDA said on Thursday the cocktail is not a substitute for vaccination against COVID-19. The FDA said that bamlanivimab and etesevimab, which are administered together, could be also used as post-exposure prevention for patients who are not fully vaccinated or who are not expected to mount an adequate immune response to complete vaccination or have been exposed to an individual infected with the virus. The revision comes a day after the U.S. government bought 388,000 additional doses of Lilly's COVID-19 antibody therapy.
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'I want to see the Premier of Alberta prosecuted’: Canadians stunned as Kenney refuses to apologize for easing COVID-19 restrictions
The Alberta government has now declared a state of public health emergency as COVID-19 continues to significantly spread across the province. "We may run out of staff and intensive care beds within the next 10 days," Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said at a press conference on Wednesday.
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Beaumont Health issued a statement on Wednesday saying its 10 emergency departments are nearly full, and encouraging patients with non-emergency medical conditions to visit their physician offices or urgent care.
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Health officials made the announcement Thursday.