New York Governor Kathy Hochul declared a state of emergency after a case of polio was confirmed over the summer and traces of the virus were detected in wastewater in several counties, indicating wider spread. CBS News' Lilia Luciano has more.
The latest version of the COVID-19 virus can evade current vaccines and treatments.
Here’s what experts say about the side effects and safety of simultaneous administration of this year’s flu shot and a bivalent covid booster.
- The Telegraph
Public concern over the condition of King Charles’s swollen hands and fingers is not new. They drew attention at the funeral of his father, Prince Philip, in April last year and as far back as 1982 the then Prince wrote to a friend that the newborn Prince William had similarly sausage-like fingers.
The word “cancer” can be more than a little scary. And getting a cancer diagnosis can be, too. And for a lot of people, they're left with so many questions. “Patients ask us this question all the time,” says Megan Kruse, MD, a breast oncologist with the Cleveland Clinic. “The diagnosis often ...
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Jax went viral for her TikTok showcasing her before-and-after appearances during jaw surgery.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Officials may have given up, but we still need healthcare providers' help.
Nurses Are Sharing Little Signals For Patients To Spot That Show A Doctor Or Therapist Won't Be Helpful
"Ask the nurse about the doctor when it’s just them in the room. If they say something vague like, 'We have very good providers here,' but don’t specifically say anything about your specific provider, that’s a red flag."View Entire Post ›
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention no longer recommends universal masking in health care settings, unless the facilities are in areas of high COVID-19 transmission. The agency quietly issued the updates as part of an overhaul to its infection control guidance for health workers published late Friday afternoon. It marks a major departure from…
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People who just had the virus should follow a different timeline for the bivalent vaccine, according to experts.
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Most children in the United States have returned to school for the year as districts aim to bring kids back to a setting that resembles the pre-pandemic normal. Dr. Greta Massetti, chief of the field epidemiology and prevention branch at the CDC, told reporters at the time that because unvaccinated and vaccinated people were no longer being advised to quarantine, test-to-stay was no longer necessary. Cases and hospitalizations do not appear to be dramatically rising and adults have the highest rate of weekly cases per 100,000, per CDC data.
- Tallahassee Democrat
September was chosen as Healthy Aging Month to further raise awareness on physical and mental health, especially in people over 45.
'Chicago Med' Star Marlyne Barrett Reveals She Has Uterine and Ovarian Cancer: 'I'm Holding Onto Faith'
Her character on Chicago Med battled cancer — now actress Marlyne Barrett faces the diagnosis herself and is taking it "one day at a time"
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Now there's scientific proof: coffee may be as good for your heart as it is for your soul.
"When you’re rude to them, you will probably wait longer.... Have some patience, patients!"View Entire Post ›
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Not long after the rollout of coronavirus vaccines last year, women around the country began posting on social media about what they believed was a strange side effect: changes to their periods. Now, new research shows that many of the complaints were valid. A study of nearly 20,000 people around the world shows that getting vaccinated against covid can change the timing of the menstrual cycle. Vaccinated people experienced, on average, about a one-day delay in getting their periods, compared wi
Elizabeth Hurley urges mammograms and to self-check breasts ‘religiously’ in new IG post wearing a pink dress. She partnered with Estée Lauder’s Breast Cancer Campaign.
The former Trump adviser attacked John Fetterman for flying a marijuana flag.
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For months, Debbie Baisden’s eyes would snap open between 2am and 3am as if her internal body clock had switched on an alarm. With sleep elusive, Baisden would go downstairs and busy herself with admin and work until the rest of her family woke up.
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This alcohol-free best seller is approved by the American Dental Association and keeps your breath fresh for up to 24 hours.
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A new study has found artificial sweeteners may be linked to heart disease and the risk of stroke.