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55% of Hospitalized COVID Patients Still Had Symptoms at 2 Years

7 days ago   |   By MedPageToday

More than half of patients hospitalized for COVID-19 in Wuhan, China, during the initial outbreak reported at least one symptom a couple of years later, researchers found.
The proportion of COVID-19 survivors with at least one...
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New smoking-cessation program helps more cancer patients to quit successfully

New smoking-cessation program helps more cancer patients to quit successfully

7 days ago   |   By News Medical

Researchers at Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found a way to help more patients who want to stop smoking.
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Study shows Mediterranean Diet Helps Young Men With Depression

Study shows Mediterranean Diet Helps Young Men With Depression

7 days ago   |   By Web MD

Young men with a poor diet reported a decrease in symptoms of depression when they switched to the Mediterranean diet compared to young men who underwent befriending therapy, a new study shows.
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New HIV PrEP Guidelines

7 days ago   |   By Medscape

This update gives healthcare providers the latest guidance on prescribing HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis - a powerful tool for HIV prevention - to their patients.
CDC Expert Commentary
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Sex-specific ranges and ratios for anogenital distance among Thai full-term newborns

8 days ago   |   By BMC

Anogenital distance is a marker of prenatal androgen exposure and a tool for assessment of differences of sex development. Data for AGD in newborns have been published, but these findings may not be appl...
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New tool assessing symptoms of long COVID was developed with help from patients

New tool assessing symptoms of long COVID was developed with help from patients

8 days ago   |   By Healio

Researchers in the United Kingdom developed a novel tool they said can assess the symptoms of long COVID and help deliver clinical care.
With input from patients, Sarah E. Hughes, PhD, MHSc, and colleagues created the Symptom Burden Questionnaire for Long COVID to fill the need for a comprehensive, patient-reported outcome measure that is specific to long COVID, Hughes said.
“When reviewing existing measures, individuals living with long COVID told us that these PROMs did not fully capture their lived experience,” Hughes, a research fellow in the Centre for
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Cannabis Vaping Rising Among Teens

Cannabis Vaping Rising Among Teens

Cannabis use with vaping devices increased among teenagers while non-vaped cannabis use fell, survey data showed. Both past 30-day frequent cannabis vaping and occasional... Read more ...

Autumn Covid booster vaccines should be given to ALL over-65s

Autumn Covid booster vaccines should be given to ALL over-65s

Health chiefs called for around 25million care home residents and staff, frontline NHS workers and younger vulnerable adults to also be offered top-ups. Read more ...

This Blood Cancer-detecting Test can Detect More Deadly Forms

This Blood Cancer-detecting Test can Detect More Deadly Forms

The detection of excessive levels of free light chains in a type of blood cancer could benefit early identification and interventions that prevent kidney damage. Read more ...

Study reveals standard heart attack treatment has “potentially damaging effects”

Study reveals standard heart attack treatment has “potentially damaging effects”

A study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology and conducted by researchers from the Indiana University School of Medicine has found that standard... Read more ...

Cancer death rates remain highest among Black individuals vs. other racial...

Cancer death rates remain highest among Black individuals vs. other racial, ethnic groups

Despite a decrease in cancer mortality among Black individuals between 1999 and 2019, cancer death rates remained highest among Black men and women compared with any other... Read more ...

HUGE stockpiles of baby formula found at the border, proving the shortage...

HUGE stockpiles of baby formula found at the border, proving the shortage was ENGINEERED by the White House to punish and starve America's babies

Video footage has emerged to show that the ongoing baby formula shortage is being deliberately engineered by the powers that be. A massive stockpile of baby formula was spotted... Read more ...

Vaccine Safety Research Foundation data shows nobody under the age of 60...

Vaccine Safety Research Foundation data shows nobody under the age of 60 should get the COVID vaccine

Data from over 1,500 death reports showed that nobody under the age of 60 should get the COVID vaccine. An analysis done by the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation Executive... Read more ...

Second primary melanomas show no increased mortality risk

Second primary melanomas show no increased mortality risk

Patients with second primary melanomas showed significant survival advantage and thinner lesions compared with those with single primary melanomas, according to a study... Read more ...

Britons eat 900 more calories a day than they think - the equivalent of 3...

Britons eat 900 more calories a day than they think - the equivalent of 3 McDonald's cheeseburgers

Researchers at the University of Essex analysed food diaries filled out by over 200 Britons. They then tracked how much energy they actually burned, in order to find any disparity. Read more ...

Health chiefs probe gay bars and saunas amid monkeypox outbreak in UK

Health chiefs probe gay bars and saunas amid monkeypox outbreak in UK

Health chiefs in the UK are probing venues visited by six gay or bisexual men who tested positive in the past week. They include bars, clubs and saunas, according to the WHO. Read more ...