Health Archives

  • A nap during the day won’t restore a sleepless night, says the latest study from Michigan State University’s Sleep and…

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  • Europe may have just registered its hottest temperature on record.  An Italian weather monitoring station in Siracusa, Sicily, recorded temperatures…

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  • As the delta variant continues to drive the nation’s latest coronavirus surge, telehealth giant Amwell expects fewer telehealth visits through…

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  • Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are emerging assistive devices that may one day help people with brain or spinal injuries to move…

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  • Globally, Delta has been slowly increasing in prevalence since it was first identified in India in 2020. “Its early spread…

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  • The Bootleg fire stampeded through southern Oregon so fiercely that it spit up thunderclouds. But when the flames approached the…

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  • Highmark’s health system Allegheny Health Network posted a $9 million loss in the first half of 2021, an improvement of nearly…

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  • Most of us remember a time when we could eat anything we wanted and not gain weight. But a new…

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  • Former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger railed against anti-maskers in a panel conversation about the COVID-19 pandemic. The Terminator actor did…

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  • As COVID fuels world debt, climate costs in focus Ratings downgrades linked to climate expected soon Major and developing economies…

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  • The Pharmaceutical Care Management Association (PCMA) has filed suit to challenge parts of the Trump administration’s insurer price transparency rule. The…

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  • Abnormal cells that go on develop into oesophageal cancer – cancer that affects the tube connecting the mouth and stomach…

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  • Anthony Fauci, M.D., said that some people will very likely need a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot—but not everyone. Dr. Fauci,…

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  • The operator of the nation’s largest wholesale electricity market — PJM Interconnection LLC — estimates $2.2 billion to $3.2 billion…

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  • LAS VEGAS—The combination of COVID-19 disruption and longer-term industry trends has left health tech innovators in a prime spot for…

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  • A new strategy for modeling the spread of COVID-19 incorporates smartphone-captured data on people’s movements and shows promise for aiding…

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  • “Today we have the technologies to reduce the vast majority of oil and gas methane pollution,” says Zavala-Araiza. “And more…

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  • President Biden called for Medicare to get broad power to negotiate with drugmakers for lower prices as Congress mulls adopting…

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  • The autoimmune disease lupus may be triggered by a defective process in the development of red blood cells (RBCs), according…

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  • Can’t see the audio player? Click here to listen on SoundCloud. You can also listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher,…

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  • People who are pregnant or breastfeeding should get a COVID-19 vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said.…

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  • As greenhouse gases pour into the atmosphere, global temperatures rise smoothly and predictably in response. It’s the fundamental basis of…

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  • LAS VEGAS—The COVID-19 pandemic put a spotlight on existing healthcare disparities, but, in communities throughout the U.S., public health leaders…

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  • Researchers have known from several lines of evidence that the ancient hominins known as the Denisovans interbred with modern humans…

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  • Managing rheumatoid arthritis at work can be one of the most challenging aspects of having the chronic condition. The inflammatory…

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  • EDMONTON—Alberta’s energy minister has rebuked U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration after it asked the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries…

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  • UnitedHealthcare will pay $15.6 million to settle federal and state investigations into mental health parity, the Department of Labor announced Thursday.…

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  • Researchers from Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU), Takeda Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. and Ionis Pharmaceuticals, USA, show that heteroduplex oligonucleotide…

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  • Jillian Mercado was determined to give “200%” of herself to her role as immigration attorney Maribel Suarez on the second…

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  • Pumps from the Army Corps of Engineers’ hopper dredge Currituck, based in Wilmington, filter sand. Photo: Army Corps of Engineers…

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  • States with low initial use of HIV-prevention drugs are continuing to fall behind in usage among people at risk for…

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  • Los Centros para el Control y Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC) están duplicando su recomendación de que las mujeres embarazadas reciban…

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  • Looking for some summer squash recipes to use up all the gorgeous gourds on your hands? Maybe your pandemic garden…

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  • In St. Mary’s, Alaska, the people of the Yupiit of Andreafski look to the south wind, the budding tree leaves,…

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  • Researchers are revisiting an age-old question in baseball: Do batters actually keep their eye on the ball? A review of…

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  • Many strength training moves—like squats, lunges, and deadlifts—hone in on your lower-half. That’s great news for your glutes and legs,…

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  • More deaths per week than would be typical Coronavirus epidemic begins Fewer deaths Than typical More deaths per week than…

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  • A new study from the University of Eastern Finland suggests that skin fibroblasts from frontotemporal dementia patients may be useful…

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  • The latest report from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change paints a stark and sobering picture: a global future…

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  • Mientras la propagación de la variante delta amenaza la seguridad de las aulas, una nueva encuesta reveló que casi dos…

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  • Not-so-secret confession: I take my running gear pretty seriously. Not as seriously as I take things like social justice or…

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  • Is there a greener way to honor those who have died? Humans have caused unprecedented and irreversible changes to the…

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  • You love breastfeeding your baby — but sometimes a cold beer sounds tempting. Do you really have to give up…

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  • Pipeline Rupture Caused 29 Million Gallon Spill Over 143 Days Before Discovery WILLISTON  – The Department of Justice this week…

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  • Even one slice of regular cake — no matter how harmless you feel it is — reintroduces bad sugars and…

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  • The risk that both tobacco and electronic cigarettes can pose to regular smokers’ health has been well documented, but a…

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  • Air and water pollution hinders the body’s ability to fight off infections and toxins, a new study has found. Researchers…

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  • When your doctor says it’s time to schedule a colonoscopy, do you start thinking up excuses to put it off?…

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  • An alarming percentage of children and adolescents are experiencing a global-wide mental crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic according to…

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  • Sarah Kwon Soon, Apple announced recently, it will enable doctors to monitor health data from their patients’ phones and watches…

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