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- Miami Herald
The citizen science project included more than 21,000 ticks collected across the country.
“We thought things couldn’t get much worse in DeSantis’ handling of the pandemic, but we were wrong," the newspaper's editorial board wrote.
- Men's Health
Diet, travel, medications and other things that can contribute to being constipated all the time. Plus: What do to do about it.
- Rolling Stone
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has accused Fauci and NIH of funding research in Wuhan that led to Covid-19, but the nation's top epidemiologist said the senator is "absolutely incorrect"
Official data says 8.5 million people got Covid-19 in Africa, but more accurate estimates puts the number closer to 60 million.
- Women's Health
The 30-year-old songstress brought her killer abs to the yoga-themed birthday bash she threw for her sister. And she looked fierce.
A different way of tracking what you eat could be 10-15% more accurate than current calorie counts for weight loss, obesity expert Giles Yeo said.
- Good Housekeeping
Suzanne Somers shares her thoughts on aging, says it's 'So Incredible,' and 'It takes a little bit of work. It’s about health, about shifting your thinking.'
Simple steps you can take to kick your junk food cravings and eat healthier long term, according to an expert
In his new book, "Hooked," investigative journalist Michael Moss explored why processed food is so tempting, and found steps we can take to resist it.
- Business Insider
The study, conducted by scientists from France, Germany, and Spain, found that "ghost vessels" are left behind after cells die due to COVID-19.
Long COVID ‘affects every single aspect of a person’s daily life and daily functioning,’ including employment: study
A new study from researchers at Mount Sinai shows just how serious long COVID can be, and how long it can last --- even for patients who weren't hospitalized.
- USA TODAY
People injured by many vaccines are covered by a generous government program, but COVID-19 injuries fall under a different, stingier program.
- CBS News
Former acting CDC Director Dr. Richard Besser, pediatrician and president of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, weighs in on vaccines for children age 5 to 11.
- The Telegraph
World Menopause Day last week caused a big spike in articles and awareness of the menopause; its symptoms, treatments and some practicalities, but naturally there were still some questions remaining. We asked you to submit your questions to Dr Louise Newson, a leading menopause specialist and founder of balance-app.com, and here you can find her answers across a range of topics...
- Men's Health
Gabriel Varga breaks down the four most important factors for a lean physique and ripped abs in a new video, including diet, exercise, sleep, and stress.
- Yahoo Life SEA
According to a Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research report, “satisfying social relationships are essential for mental and physical well-being”.
- USA TODAY
Once believed to be rare, the "flesh eating" STI known as donovanosis is beginning to show up more in the UK, prompting a concern for spreading.
- The New York Times
On June 20, 2019, Kris Wilkes awoke in an Airbnb near downtown Indianapolis. He was happy. Next to him was the woman he was falling in love with. Scattered throughout the rest of the rooms of the rented house were friends and family members who had supported him throughout his budding basketball career. It was the morning of the NBA draft, and Wilkes was on the cusp of achieving a childhood dream. Just a few miles up the road at North Central High School, Wilkes had become a coveted basketball r
The National Institute of Health (NIH), the government agency that is responsible for biomedical and public health research, has said […] The post NIH funded research in Wuhan lab, unrelated to pandemic appeared first on TheGrio.
The Dutch government may impose new coronavirus restrictions to reduce pressure on hospitals struggling to deal with a swelling number of COVID-19 patients, Health Minister Hugo de Jonge said on Monday. Coronavirus infections in the Netherlands have been rising for a month and reached their highest level since July in recent days, after most social distancing measures were dropped in late September. The new wave of infections has driven up the number of COVID-19 patients in hospitals faster than predicted this month, De Jonge said, and many hospitals are already cutting back regular care again to deal with coronavirus cases.