Month: August 2020

An international group of environmental experts assessed the potential impact of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater on public health. Public health strategies to control the COVID-19 pandemic are aimed at reducing the spread of the highly contagious SARS-CoV-2 virus. The main mode of transmission of the virus is by close personal contact through respiratory droplets, aerosols, and
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A Detroit resident is tested for free for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and antibodies at the Sheffield Center in Detroit, Michigan, April 28, 2020. Rebecca Cook | Reuters Coronavirus cases in the Midwest are beginning to increase following warnings from top U.S. health officials that the country’s heartland could be vulnerable to new outbreaks.  Coronavirus
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art reopens its doors to the public on Saturday after the coronavirus pandemic forced it to close for an unprecedented 5 months. The iconic New York City museum, which celebrates its 150th anniversary this year, is projecting $150 million in lost revenue from the pandemic through next June and had to cut
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I saw your post about AR. I lived in the Southern US all my life & started getting bad allergies to the pollen. Brain fog, headaches, chronic congestion, all of it. Turbinate reduction surgery helped the congestion, but didn’t eliminate it. After more than a year taking numerous medications to combat my symptoms & a
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The Trump administration announced the acquisition of 150 million new rapid coronavirus tests manufactured by Abbott Labs as part of a roughly $750 million deal, cornering nearly all of the supply the company expects to produce through 2020. The new test is cheap, produces results quickly and can be administered without the use of scarce
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Research shows that frequent use of antibiotics in the first decade of life changes the bacterial profile in children’s saliva. The human microbiota is made up of millions of cells, including bacteria, fungi, and viruses, contributing to both your health and wellbeing. It is a vital part of various processes including, aiding in nutrient absorption,
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Written By Dr. George Sadowski, founder and CMO of Nourishing Biologicals, exclusively for Medical News Bulletin. Much of the research over the last few decades has been guided by the free radical theory of aging. According to the theory, aging is a result of the destruction of DNA, RNA, proteins, lipids, organelles and other vital
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New research sheds light on the understanding of how cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, can improve heart health and prevent cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death worldwide. Cardiovascular disease is a result of the build-up of fatty cells, inflammation, calcium, and other substances within the blood vessel walls – known as
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New cases of the coronavirus continue to fall in the U.S., as does testing across the country, according to data compiled by Covid Tracking Project, a volunteer project founded by journalists at The Atlantic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention quietly revised its testing guidance earlier this week to say that most people without
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Results of an ongoing study investigate the effectiveness of treatments for COVID-19, including remdesivir, hydroxychloroquine, and glucocorticoids. COVID-19 continues to spread across the globe; so far, more than 15.6 million people have been infected, with more than 636,000 deaths. Faced with the immediate pressure of the global pandemic, healthcare workers around the world are prescribing
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Researchers studied the relationship between concussion and sleep quality, finding an increase in sleep disturbances in these patients. In 2018, it was estimated that 69 million people suffered from traumatic brain injuries, especially in lower and middle-income countries. Mild traumatic brain injuries typically present as concussions and frequently occur because of falls, traffic collisions, and
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Scientists are expressing some doubts about the Food and Drug Administration’s emergency use authorization for convalescent plasma as a treatment for Covid-19 patients. In a Sunday news briefing, President Donald Trump touted the treatment as a “breakthrough.” Former FDA chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC that while there was enough data to justify the authorization, the
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Hi, does anybody know is this? Recently I develop this red rash in my body. There is no blister and it’s not that itchy. I will see doctor on Wednesday, before that I’m just want to know what it is. Please let me know if you guys know. https://imgur.com/a/CZebw54
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Shannon Axelsson takes a break from sitting on the beach to be tested for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Revere, Massachusetts, August 11, 2020. Brian Snyder | Reuters New coronavirus cases in the U.S. grew by nearly 48,700 on Friday, marking seven consecutive days the daily count fell below 50,000 as the nation gradually descends
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On a regular basis, clients tell me that they are afraid to strength train because they are afraid of getting “bulky.” When paired up with cardio and the right nutrition, strength training will NOT make you bulky. Fit, firm and tone is not bulky. In fact, you will more than likely drop a few sizes as your
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In this photo illustration the American multinational pharmaceutical corporation Pfizer logo seen displayed on a smartphone with a computer model of the COVID-19 coronavirus on the background. Budrul Chukrut | SOPA Images | Getty Images Pfizer and BioNTech surprised many industry watchers on July 27 when they announced they would conduct a large-scale study of
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Ladies— have you ever felt that your hormones were working against you when you were dieting and trying to lose weight? Well, perhaps you were not entirely incorrect! Oftentimes, low-calorie diets can adversely affect certain hormone levels, especially those hormones that stimulate appetite and cause increased hunger. This is frequently the reason many women wind up gaining weight back
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The University of Notre Dame abruptly paused in-person learning for undergraduate students for at least two weeks after more than 100 students tested positive for Covid-19 just over a week into classes. The announcement comes after the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill earlier this week reversed its decision to hold undergraduate in-person classes
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Research study investigates whether SARS-CoV-2 antibodies provide equal protection against infection. As the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic continues to impact the world, healthcare officials implement policies they hope will flatten the curve. This strategy aims to slow the spread of the virus, so hospitals are not overwhelmed. Ultimately the result is a population that has been exposed
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