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Health

Is It COVID or Long COVID? Your Organs May Know

American College of Cardiology: “ACC Issues Clinical Guidance on Cardiovascular Consequences of COVID-19.” British Medical Journal: “Risks of Deep Vein Thrombosis, Pulmonary Embolism, and Bleeding After Covid-19: Nationwide Self-Controlled Cases Series and Matched Cohort Study,” “Study Finds Risk of Serious Blood Clots up to Six Months After COVID-19.” British Society for Immunology: “Long-Term Immunological Health […]

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Sience

Covid-19: Most people are still infectious five days after symptoms begin

A comprehensive study has revealed that two-thirds of people with covid-19 are still infectious five days after symptoms begin, calling into question self-isolation advice Health 18 August 2022 By Clare Wilson Lateral flow tests are less accurate in the early days of an infection Rosemary Roberts / Alamy Two-thirds of people with covid-19 are still […]

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Business

Passage of Inflation Reduction Act gives Medicare historic new powers

A pharmacist collects medications for prescriptions at a pharmacy. Simon Dawson | Bloomberg | Getty Images Medicare is poised to renegotiate the prices of some of its most expensive drugs through a historic expansion of its power, which could reduce costs for many seniors as well as federal spending on its prescription drug plan. The […]

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Health

Sexual Dysfunction, Hair Loss Linked With Long COVID

Aug. 12, 2022 – Hair loss, reduced sex drive, and erectile dysfunction have joined a list of better-known symptoms linked to long COVID in patients who were not hospitalized, according to findings of a large study. Anuradhaa Subramanian, PhD, with the Institute of Applied Health Research at the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom, […]

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Health

Large Study Confirms COVID Vaccines Safe for Pregnant Women

Aug. 11, 2022 – Pregnant women should feel confident that Pfizer’s and Moderna’s vaccines against COVID-19 are safe, according to a large new study published today. In fact, pregnant vaccinated women had lower odds of a significant health event, compared with nonpregnant vaccinated women, after both doses of either mRNA vaccination, the researchers reported in […]

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Sience

Covid-19 vaccines in pregnancy are not linked to an increased risk of miscarriages or stillbirths

The risks of catching covid-19, or being vaccinated against it, during pregnancy have been debated throughout the pandemic, with research now overwhelmingly supporting that pregnant people get vaccinated Health 11 August 2022 By Jason Arunn Murugesu A pregnant person receives the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine against covid-19 in Schwenksville, Pennsylvania, in February 2021 HANNAH BEIER/Reuters/Alamy The most […]

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Health

CDC Ends Some COVID Safety Rules, Emphasizes Personal Risk

Aug. 11, 2022 – The CDC today announced that because there’s now less risk of “medically significant” COVID-19, some public health measures the agency recommended may no longer be necessary. For example, CDC recommendations on social distancing, quarantining, and testing children for COVID-19 while allowing them to stay in school – known as the test-to-stay […]

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Health

Regular Fasting Linked to Less Severe COVID: Study

Aug. 10, 2022 – Intermittent fasting was not linked with a smaller chance of getting COVID-19, but it was linked with getting a less severe infection, according to the findings of a new study. The study was done on men and women in Utah who were, on average, in their 60s and got COVID before […]

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Health

Long COVID’s Grip Will Likely Tighten as Infections Continue

Aug. 10, 2022 – COVID-19 is far from done in the United States, with more than 111,000 new cases being recorded a day in the second week of August, according to Johns Hopkins University, and 625 deaths being reported every day. And as that toll grows, experts are worried about a second wave of illnesses […]

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Sience

Everything You Need to Know About Paxlovid

Hopes that it could be useful for treating people with mild illness have also proved unfounded. In June, a trial of Paxlovid’s effects in standard-risk Covid patients was ended when the treatment failed to significantly relieve the symptoms of those participating. Paxlovid’s usefulness is in protecting at-risk people from experiencing the very worst effects of […]

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