New York City schools are starting in-person learning with mask mandates, vaccine mandates for teachers, and measures like ventilation and social distancing in classrooms. Meanwhile, pediatric cases across the country remain high.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said 279 people in 29 states have been sickened with salmonella; 26 are hospitalized.
A video shows a man of 75, struggling to breathe due to COVID-19, was coaxed to leave hospital by an anti-vaxxer. He died days later, say reports
A frail-looking Joe McCarron, 75, from Donegal, Ireland, was told by the anti-vaxxer, Antonio Mureddu Gravegliu, "it was better to die at home."
Knowing how to differentiate the two can help you (and in turn, your loved ones) navigate the world of brain health a little more easily.
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"The answer was to have been vaccinated - but they were not and now they're angry at the medical community for their failure," Dr. Matthew Trunsky said.
- Miami Herald
There is a hierarchy of seafood and shellfish.
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More than 20 million Americans are eligible for the COVID-19 booster shots, including those over 65 and many with underlying conditions.
- Rolling Stone
Marijuana is federally illegal. But what if you could get high off hemp?
- The Conversation
Sustained surveillance for disease outbreaks at global hot spots may be the key to preventing the next pandemic. MR.Cole_Photographer/Getty ImagesAs more and more people around the world are getting vaccinated, one can almost hear the collective sigh of relief. But the next pandemic threat is likely already making its way through the population right now. My research as an infectious disease epidemiologist has found that there is a simple strategy to mitigate emerging outbreaks: proactive, real-
- Idaho Statesman
There is still a lack of information on kids with long COVID.
- The Daily Beast
Angela Weiss/GettyAs tens of thousands of unvaccinated New York health-care workers are set to be fired on Monday once the state’s COVID-19 vaccination deadline kicks in, Gov. Kathy Hochul has a plan for a potential staffing shortage: a statewide state of emergency. Hochul said preparations were underway Saturday to make an emergency declaration, clearing the way for health-care workers not licensed in New York to fill in the gaps of those terminated. The declaration will also allow workers from
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Transitioning isn’t always linear. My journey involved many surprising twists and turns Imma Asher: ‘Everything that I had worked so hard to attain in order to affirm my gender identity was falling apart.’ Photograph: Lynsey Weatherspoon Imagine running a race where the finish line continually relocates itself. This is the best way I can describe my transition into womanhood. I was born in Tuskegee, Alabama. I started my medical transition at the age of 29. During those years, I underwent a mult
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The calories in, calories out way of thinking about gaining weight isn't working. Instead of counting calories, watch your intake of refined sugar and grains.
It’s time to bust out those running shoes.
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Even knowing the chronicles of past disease did not prepare me for how bewildering our social response to the COVID pandemic would be.
- Woman's Day
Too many 🔥🔥🔥 emojis to count.
- The Daily Beast
via GoFundMeIn a prolonged medical nightmare beginning with repeated resuscitation at birth, 2-year-old Grayson Hunziker has been diagnosed with everything from a rare form of diabetes to an optic nerve deficiency portending blindness to cerebral palsy to an underdeveloped brain whose scans make his mother think of the Apple icon.“It looks like somebody just took a big bite out of his brain,” his 22-year-old mother, Makayla Hunziker, told The Daily Beast.But despite multiple surgeries, along wit
A Utah family went to Washington, D.C. in hopes to find answers for their five-year-old daughter who has been diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer.
One major tool that we've been missing in the coronavirus fight is a pill that people can take right after they've been diagnosed with the virus. It may not be that far off.Why it matters: An effective antiviral pill could prevent an infected person from ever getting sick, or at least from requiring hospitalization. It's not a substitute for vaccination, but it would make living with the coronavirus safer. Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Driving the new
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While many of us are eagerly awaiting the return of colored leaves and a full-fledged pumpkin spice takeover, seniors on Medicare may be eagerly awaiting the beginning of open enrollment. Each fall, Medicare participants are entitled to make changes to their coverage during open enrollment, which runs from Oct. 15 through Dec. 7. If you're on Medicare, here are a few key moves to make.