In a recent study published in JAMA Network Open, researchers found that nearly 3% of insured U.S. adults under 65 take medications that weaken their immune systems. The study is based on data from over 3 million patients with private insurance. The research is from Michigan Medicine. One author is...
But she still encourages residents to vaccinated against the coronavirus. Frederick, Md (KM) It doesn’t happen very often, but there are a few people who have had an adverse reactions to the COVID-19 vaccines. One of them is a Frederick County woman. This person, who did not want us to...
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A fully vaccinated woman in Wake County, North Carolina, who recently came down with a breakthrough infection of COVID-19 said she experienced "unbearable" symptoms during the two weeks she was sick. Jennifer Rowell, 44, was sick for 10 to 12 days last month due to the coronavirus despite getting vaccinated...
After friends ‘feared’ holding her hand, a woman takes a significant career move. A woman wants to help others who suffer from a skin ailment that made her feel alone and misunderstood as a youngster. Amy Turbull, of Wavertree, grew up with eczema and recalls other children refusing to hold...
Last January, Ella Murphy woke up with a fever and swollen lymph nodes – a staple of childhood seen many times before in the Murphy house where six children live and grow. The family had just gathered for Christmas, including two teens who had traveled from college campuses. It was probably the flu, or a common virus.
Gary Bushko, 64, has been in the hospital since August. His wife has been by his bedside hoping he pulls through.
SHERMAN, Texas (KXII) - A local doctor believes “Healthy” people do not need to get the covid-19 booster shot. The FDA announced today they don’t think the general population should need a booster and Dr. Minaxi Rathod, an infectious disease specialist, agrees. People who are immunosuppressed are encouraged to get...
Jessica Brady, from Stevenage in southeast England, called her local medical center multiple times when she felt pain in her abdomen, but was given only virtual consultations.
Slog AM: Lots of Wind and Possibly Record-Breaking Rain on the Way, New York Times Is Encouraging People to Kill a Beautiful Insect, Expect Idaho to Begin Begging Like Alberta
Yes, we badly wanted rain, but not record-breaking rain. This business of going from one extreme to another is so tiresome. Capitalocene weather is like an athlete on super-steroids. It only knows how to get ripped and smash previous records. Will we ever see weather being just weather again? See rain that falls and goes away on a mild late-summer day?
Phase 3 trials of its psoriasis treatment delivered positive results. A New Drug Application by the end of 2021 could lead to FDA approval in 2022. Analyst price targets tease big potential gains in the stock price. More than 7.4 million people in the U.S. and 125 million worldwide suffer...
Never ever experienced this in the slightest.. Most weed heads are morally bankrupt, so I imagine they're probably lying about this to get sympathy money to buy more dope. My boy has this, it's 100% real. Back when he first started going to the ER in 2008 there was like one piece of literature on the disease.
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An eight-year-old boy is recovering at Rady Children’s Hospital from a rare syndrome associated with COVID-19. Doctors say he was afflicted after being exposed to COVID-19 through his unvaccinated parents. “The key part to the story was that his parents had had COVID-19 about a month before, and that’s typical...
Eduardo Cortes, 8, has been receiving care at Rady Children’s Hospital for nearly a week after coming down with a rare disease triggered by coronavirus infections called Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome. "I thought it was just a normal fever but everything was increasing more and more and more," said Eduardo's dad,...
Justin Walker, a player for the Ability 360/AZ Cardinals wheelchair football team, has sensed the skepticism about his sport. Football is a fast-paced contact game, and for some, it’s difficult to imagine that it can be played in wheelchairs. Walker loves to prove that notion wrong. “When someone says wheelchairs...
Researchers from Queen Mary University of London have developed a new approach to address cardiac disease in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients. Currently patients with RA are particularly susceptible to a type of cardiac deficiency termed diastolic dysfunction, which may lead to heart failure, resulting in a higher mortality rate amongst this patient group.
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