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Government continues risky push for vaccines despite growing reports of adverse reactions, deaths

5 days ago   |   By Natural News

The latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed that COVID-19 vaccines officially have over one million adverse effects cases and 21,000 deaths. The data, which was compiled for the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System , revealed over 3,400 miscarriages by pregnant women and over 35,000 permanently disabled individuals. Moreover,...
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Biden pushes American children to develop serious illness or die by getting vaccinated, despite near-zero risk from covid

Biden pushes American children to develop serious illness or die by getting vaccinated, despite near-zero risk from covid

5 days ago   |   By Natural News

President Joe Biden urged the unvaccinated, including children, to get injected with the Wuhan coronavirus vaccine as the country recently recorded over one million new infections in a day. Videos of Biden emerged on social media warning American parents to keep their children away from unvaccinated people and to surround them with people who...
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Two local cases among 16 new COVID-19 detections in WA

Two local cases among 16 new COVID-19 detections in WA

5 days ago   |   By Sydney Morning Herald

Both local cases were already quarantining; meanwhile, health authorities are still investigating the source and strain of a mystery case announced on Wednesday.
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How did the COVID pandemic affect the spread of other zoonotic diseases?

5 days ago   |   By News Medical

In new research, scientists from the Beijing University of Technology have been investigating the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the incidence and mortality of zoonotic diseases in China. Their work is published in the journal BMJ Global Health.
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Crowds capped: Government limits new ticket sales to Australian Open

5 days ago   |   By Sydney Morning Herald

Just days out from the start of the grand slam tournament, the state government put a clamp on ticket sales to restrict the possible spread of COVID-19.
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New study highlights COVID-19 vaccine inequities in California

5 days ago   |   By News Medical

As the pandemic stretches into its third year, people around the globe have benefitted from cutting-edge vaccines that have prevented infection with COVID-19 or mitigated its impact. Yet, vaccine access has not been distributed evenly across populations.
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Emblematic birds carry the joke too far

Take your laughing birds right out of here. Read more ...

New tournament favourite Medvedev cruises into second round

The default top seed didn't blink after dropping his opening service game, taking the match 6-1, 6-4, 7-6(3). Read more ...

Machine learning model for prediction of COVID-19 patient mortality risk

A new preprint reports a novel machine learning model that purportedly predicts the mortality risk of COVID-19 in patients accurately and at an early stage of infection. Read more ...

Successful Kidney Transplants on The Rise

Successful Kidney Transplants on The Rise

Hundreds of less-than-perfect kidneys can still be transplanted safely and effectively each year. Read more ...

Tapping - A Proven Self-Applied Stress Intervention

Tapping - A Proven Self-Applied Stress Intervention

Self-applied stress-relief technique called Emotional Freedom Techniques or tapping may help ease the stress by stimulating specific acupressure points. Read more ...

‘It's amazing to be back': Australian Open better for Murray's second coming

The last rites were read over Andy Murray's career at Melbourne Park three years ago. On Tuesday, this Lazarus rose again. Read more ...

Sydney smashes January humidity records as La Nina nears its peak

Sydneysiders have been experiencing humidity levels up to 85 per cent in the mornings and dew points equivalent to those in Darwin. Read more ...

Thompson loses marathon, wildcard O'Connell celebrates win

Jordan Thompson fell in a brutal Australian Open five-setter against American Steve Johnson to continue a tale of hope and heartache for Australian men in the first round. Read more ...

Paying extra to NHS bosses does not boost quality of hospitals, study suggests 

Paying extra to NHS bosses does not boost quality of hospitals, study suggests 

Employing more health managers or paying them higher salaries does not improve the quality of NHS hospitals, a study suggests. Read more ...

All Starved: NRL clubs concerned about releasing players for All Stars

Club boss have expressed concerns about releasing players for the All Stars game and will seek detail from the NRL about their COVID protocols on Friday. Read more ...