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Wildlife Officials Remind Hunters to Be Safe When Handling Deer

RALEIGH, NC (November 30, 2021) — The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is reminding hunters to practice safe handling while field dressing and processing harvested deer. This reminder follows in the wake of recent studies in Iowa and Ohio that confirmed infection with SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19 in humans) in wild deer found in those states. While this type of study has not been conducted in North Carolina, there is no reason to expect that the situation would be different in our state.
RALEIGH, NC
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healththoroughfare.com

5 Reasons To Add More Carrots To Your Diet

Carrots are a commonly overlooked vegetable, but they shouldn’t be. They’re full of fiber, beta-carotene, and vitamins A and K. Carrots are some of the most nutritious vegetables you can eat. They are high in fiber, low in fat, and have lots of vitamins and minerals. Here are 5 reasons why you should be eating more carrots:
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ommcomnews.com

How Masks Prevent Risks Of Covid Infection

London: Even at two metres distance, it takes less than five minutes for an unvaccinated person standing in the breath of a person with Covid-19 to become infected with almost 100 per cent certainty. But, if both are wearing well-fitting medical masks, the risk drops dramatically, finds a study. In...
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globalbiodefense.com

Let’s Not Forget About the Other Respiratory Viruses

With all the focus on COVID-19, let’s not forget about rhinoviruses, influenza, RSV, and adenoviruses. With coronaviruses taking over our news feeds – and lives – you may be fooled into thinking it’s the only virus affecting humans at the moment. But it’s important to remember that there are many viruses, especially respiratory viruses, that regularly infect us. These viruses range from the mildly annoying, such as those that cause the common cold, to the potentially deadly, such as influenza.
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sambadenglish.com

Study shows how mask wearing can minimise risk of Covid-19 infection

London: Even at two metres distance, it takes less than five minutes for an unvaccinated person standing in the breath of a person with Covid-19 to become infected with almost 100 per cent certainty. But, if both are wearing well-fitting medical masks, the risk drops dramatically, finds a study. In...
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MedPage Today

Year in Review: Respiratory Syncytial Virus

Progress continued on a vaccine against respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) for older adults, while the country experienced a resurgence in infections among young children this year that caused the CDC to issue a Health Advisory on the illness. Vaccine Development in Older Adults Continues to Accelerate. Janssen's adenoviral vector vaccine...
HEALTH

Hunters urged to stay safe when handling deer

RALEIGH — The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is reminding hunters to practice safe handling while field dressing and processing harvested deer. This reminder follows in the wake of recent studies in Iowa and Ohio that confirmed infection with SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19 in humans) in wild deer found in those states. While this type of study has not been conducted in North Carolina, there is no reason to expect that the situation would be different in our state.
RALEIGH, NC
toysmatrix.com

Flu: Zinc supplement can cut your risk by 87 percent

There are a few different ways how you can lower your risk of catching the flu virus, ranging from proper hand hygiene to getting a flu jab, reports the NHS. Flu is very infectious and can cause serious illness for some people. Here’s one simple way which can offer extra protection this winter.
HEALTH
pharmacytimes.com

Symptom Comparison: Cold, Flu, and COVID-19

A few key points differentiate between the symptoms of a cold, flu, or possible COVID-19 infection. As cold and flu season begins to pick up, patients are beginning to experience a myriad of symptoms and are seeking assistance identifying which possible illness they may have. Based on symptoms, there are a few key points to help differentiate a cold, flu, or possible COVID-19 infection.
PUBLIC HEALTH
raillynews.com

Healing Water from Antiquity to the Present

With Mount Ida on one side and the ancient city of Alexandria Troas on one side, the miraculous water of the Alexandria Troas Thermal Hotel, which rests on the forest on one back and the unique sea of ​​the North Aegean on the other, continues to heal for centuries. Located...
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targetedonc.com

FDA Approves Subcutaneous Daratumumab Triplet for R/R Multiple Myeloma

The approval is based on the phase 2 PLEAIDES study, which found the agent had an ORR of 84.8%, with 82.5% of patients still responding after 9 months. The FDA has granted approval to subcutenous daratumumab (Darzalex) plus hyaluronidase-fihj (Faspro) and carfilzomib (Kyprolis) plus dexamethasone for adult patients with relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma who have received 1 to 3 prior lines of therapy, according to a press release by the FDA.1.
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cbsecure.co.uk

Gut Health

If you’re seeking for a customised supplement to aid with digestion, gut health, and irregular bowel movements, look no further. ColonBroom Healthy Life consuming this fibre might aid in the reduction of inflammation in the body. To put it another way, yeast-derived glucan may help protect your upper respiratory tract from illness.You should be able […] More.
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Paris Beacon-News

Vicente Fernández’s family confirms return to intensive care

“Mr. Vicente Fernández, at the weekend presented inflammation of his lower respiratory tract for which he again required to continue with respiratory support, adjustment of his medication and he was transferred to intensive care to maintain greater vigilance,” the statement reads. Despite his return to intensive care, the statement emphasizes...
ocj.com

Antibiotic stewardship in calves: Knowing the signs

By Haley Zynda, Extension Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Wayne County, Ohio State University Extension. Fun fact, a “disease symptom” is something you are personally feeling, while a “disease sign” is something you observe in someone else or in animals. In order to better score potential disease, it is necessary to understand what a healthy calf looks like, so a sick calf stands out and is appropriately treated. So, what factors need to be observed?
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