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Reply - Letter to the editor: Vitamin D Deficiency in Critically Ill COVID-19 ARDS Patients

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‘Fat shaming' and drinking: Inside England's Ashes tour from hell

3 hours ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

Poor planning, a lack of direction, and a player revolt all lead to a ‘shambolic' series and England's ultimate humiliation.
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Concussion Sequelae Boost Alzheimer's Risk

3 hours ago   |   Medscape

Post-traumatic amnesia and chronic vascular lesions are risk factors for subsequent Alzheimer's disease following traumatic brain injury, new research suggests. Medscape...
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Can Supercomputers Really Keep Up With the Human Brain?

3 hours ago   |   Medscape

Data scientists face new challenges as their efforts to examine every single neuron in the human brain place extreme processing demands on supercomputers. Medscape Medical News
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How To De-Stress in the New Year and Improve Your Mental Health

5 hours ago   |   HealthWorks Collective

Around the beginning of the year, many of us turn our focus to how we can better improve our lives. New Year's resolutions are often centered around physical health, such as...
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Stroke-Related Restless Legs Syndrome an 'Emerging Entity'

5 hours ago   |   Medscape

Researchers uncover patterns that could help clinicians diagnose this common neurologic condition after stroke. Medscape Medical News
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Burned by COVID Supply Crunch, Hospitals Invest in US Mask-Making

5 hours ago   |   Medscape

Two days before Christmas, a cargo ship left Mumbai with a mask-making machine bound for Illinois-based OSF HealthCare, which will use the equipment to make its own N95...
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Peak Omicron? Experts Wary of Calling Time on Variant Wave in Europe

5 hours ago   |   Medscape   |   2 articles

A surge in coronavirus cases caused by the Omicron variant may have peaked in some parts of Europe but medics say the impact will continue to be felt across the region, with...
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South African Study Suggests Omicron Less Severe Even for Unvaccinated

5 hours ago   |   Medscape

Unvaccinated people infected with the Omicron variant of coronavirus may be less prone to severe illness and requiring hospital care or dying than was the case with previous...
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EU Excess Deaths in November Hit Highest in a Year: Eurostat

5 hours ago   |   Medscape   |   4 articles

Around 27% more people died in the European Union than usual during November, the biggest increase in a year as a fresh wave of COVID-19 swept the region, official data showed...
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‘Fat shaming' and drinking: Inside England's Ashes tour from hell

Poor planning, a lack of direction, and a player revolt all lead to a ‘shambolic' series and England's ultimate humiliation. Read more ...

Can Supercomputers Really Keep Up With the Human Brain?

Data scientists face new challenges as their efforts to examine every single neuron in the human brain place extreme processing demands on supercomputers. Medscape Medical News Read more ...

Concussion Sequelae Boost Alzheimer's Risk

Post-traumatic amnesia and chronic vascular lesions are risk factors for subsequent Alzheimer's disease following traumatic brain injury, new research suggests. Medscape... Read more ...

How To De-Stress in the New Year and Improve Your Mental Health

Around the beginning of the year, many of us turn our focus to how we can better improve our lives. New Year's resolutions are often centered around physical health, such as... Read more ...

Stroke-Related Restless Legs Syndrome an 'Emerging Entity'

Researchers uncover patterns that could help clinicians diagnose this common neurologic condition after stroke. Medscape Medical News Read more ...

Vapers Risk More Symptoms From COVID-19

E-cigarette users infected with the coronavirus may be more likely than infected non-vapers to experience COVID-19 symptoms, according to research published in the Journal of... Read more ...

Many People Could Still Be Infectious After 5-Day Quarantine

After a 5-day quarantine, about a third of people infected with SARS-CoV-2 might still be infectious, according to new data. Reuters Health Information Read more ...

South African Study Suggests Omicron Less Severe Even for Unvaccinated

Unvaccinated people infected with the Omicron variant of coronavirus may be less prone to severe illness and requiring hospital care or dying than was the case with previous... Read more ...

Burned by COVID Supply Crunch, Hospitals Invest in US Mask-Making

Two days before Christmas, a cargo ship left Mumbai with a mask-making machine bound for Illinois-based OSF HealthCare, which will use the equipment to make its own N95... Read more ...