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Physicians Are Fed Up With Inconsistent Hospital Visitation Policies

7 days ago   |   By MedPageToday

Roughly a year after healthcare facilities shut their doors to visitors to protect patients and workers from COVID-19, many have begun to loosen their previous visitation restrictions. But some hospitals still won't budge, in...
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Experts See Strides on AIDS, but COVID-19 Halted Progress

Experts See Strides on AIDS, but COVID-19 Halted Progress

8 days ago   |   By Medscape

COVID-19 has killed nearly 600,000 Americans in 16 months, approaching the 700,000 Americans that AIDS killed over 40 years.
Associated Press
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Compound blocks SARS-CoV-2 and protects lung cells, study finds

8 days ago   |   By ScienceDaily

Researchers report that Elovanoids, bioactive chemical messengers made from omega-3 very-long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids, may block the virus that causes COVID-19 from entering cells and protect the air cells of the lung.
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Feds Accuse N Carolina Woman of Pushing Fake COVID-19 Cure

8 days ago   |   By Medscape

A North Carolina woman has been accused of peddling a fake COVID-19 cure during the height of the pandemic and continuing to offer it despite warnings to stop.
Associated Press
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If COVID-19 Trends Continue, It Could Be Years Before Virus Is Controlled: PAHO

8 days ago   |   By Medscape

If the spread of COVID-19 continues at current rates it will be years before the virus is controlled in the Americas, the Pan American Health Organization said on Wednesday, as it called for countries to share excess vaccine doses.
Reuters Health Information
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Biofilms may be ‘tipping point' in development of dysbiosis, disease in IBS, UC

Biofilms may be ‘tipping point' in development of dysbiosis, disease in IBS, UC

Mucosal biofilms are endoscopic features in patients with irritable bowel syndrome and ulcerative colitis with disrupted bile acid metabolism and bacterial dysbiosis, according... Read more ...

The Realities of 'No Jab, No Job' for Healthcare Workers

Despite a hearts-and-minds campaign and millions spent in incentives, managers struggle to get staffs vaccinated against COVID. Some workers have threatened to quit, which... Read more ...

'MIND' Diet May Help Preserve Brain in People With MS

'MIND' Diet May Help Preserve Brain in People With MS

New research suggests the 'MIND' Diet - a diet designed to boost brain health - appears to benefit people with MS. Read more ...

Top universities see overseas student numbers increase despite ‘crying poor'

Chinese students are signing up to NSW's top two universities in increasing numbers despite border closures, with Sydney University defying dire predictions by growing overseas... Read more ...

Crusaders boss warns Waratahs against chasing short-term success

Can it get much worse at NSW? No head coach. No wins in 2021. Few experienced heads. An average of 5922 spectators per home game. But Colin Mansbridge warns against a quick fix. Read more ...

Cahill Expressway to be closed for seven-day New Year's Eve party

The maligned stretch of road that cuts Sydney city and Circular Quay in two - and recently labelled an “eyesore” by NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet - will be opened up for foot... Read more ...

‘I want to break the cycle': The story driving Dragons debutant fullback...

Tyrell Sloan makes his NRL debut on Saturday, and foremost in his mind will be his grandmother Colleen, who raised him from when he was two months old. Read more ...

Ex-con and bankrupt advised Melissa Caddick on tax affairs

Missing fraudster Melissa Caddick used former banned bankrupt accountant Cyril ‘John' Pearson who was jailed for embezzling money from a superannuation fund as an adviser. Read more ...

Public sector wage freeze to be lifted as NSW budget sets a path to recovery

The state budget will also forecast NSW's unemployment rate to drop to 4.75 per cent in 2023-24 and to 4.5 per cent the following year as the state's lost jobs continue to be... Read more ...

New online syllabus to save teachers hours of ‘opening multiple web pages'

The NSW government will commit $196 million in next week's state budget to develop a new school syllabus, and that will include money for an online system that will allow... Read more ...