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Global elitists are chartering private jets to avoid coronavirus exposure on commercial airlines, all while telling the public it's "no worse than the flu"

Global elitists are chartering private jets to avoid coronavirus exposure on commercial airlines, all while telling the public it's "no worse than the flu"

8 hours ago   |   Natural News

All is well, Americans. According to President Donald Trump, the Wuhan coronavirus, or Covid-19, will die out by April because of warmer spring weather, so there's nothing to...
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Research reveals new pathogenic mechanism for influenza NS1 protein

19 hours ago   |   News Medical

Influenza is a deadly virus, with about 290,000 to 650,000 deaths worldwide each year. When pandemics hit, the toll can soar: The Spanish flu of 1918 caused 40 million to 50...
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Saturday Stories: Man-Boobs, Formula, And Shattered Identities

Saturday Stories: Man-Boobs, Formula, And Shattered Identities

1 day ago   |   Weighty Matters

James Hamblin, in The Atlantic, on the bizarre and unfounded man-boob based backlash to plant-based meat . Hannah Ellis-Petersen, in The Guardian, on how formula makers target...
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Trivalent and quadrivalent vaccines offer similar protection against flu B illness

1 day ago   |   Healio

Trivalent and quadrivalent inactivated influenza vaccines offered similar protection against influenza B illness during four recent influenza seasons, study findings...
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Flu Severity Rises To 'Very High' In Massachusetts

2 days ago   |   CommonHealth Wbur

The percentage of flu-like illness visits remains higher than the same week in the previous two years, DPH reported.
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Anyone who tests negative for flu in five cities will be screened for coronavirus

Anyone who tests negative for flu in five cities will be screened for coronavirus

2 days ago   |   Daily Mail   |   2 articles

So far, the US and Netherlands are the only nations who will test anyone with flu-like symptoms for the new coronavirus - even if they have no recent history of traveling to China.
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New pathogenic mechanism for influenza NS1 protein found

2 days ago   |   ScienceDaily

Researchers report the biological effects of influenza protein NS1 binding to RIG-I - the binding directly quiets the alarm that activates the cellular innate immunity defense...
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Amid coronavirus fears, a second wave of flu hits US kids

2 days ago   |   ABC News

A second wave of flu is hitting the U.S., turning this into one of the nastiest seasons for children in a decade
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'It's Just The Flu': Father Recounts College Student's Life-And-Death Battle

3 days ago   |   CommonHealth Wbur

Flu poses special challenges on college campuses, where germs spread quickly and students may be handling their own health for the first time.
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How the killer coronavirus compares to SARS, swine flu and Ebola: Interactive map

How the killer coronavirus compares to SARS, swine flu and Ebola: Interactive map

4 days ago   |   Daily Mail

The map tracks the lethal flu-like infection, which has killed more than 1,300 people and infected 60,000 - mostly in China - and pits it against SARS in 2003, swine flu in...
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Too Much Sitting May Up Heart Disease Risk in Aging Women

Too Much Sitting May Up Heart Disease Risk in Aging Women

Is too much sitting bad for your heart? Yes, sitting for long periods can put aging women at a higher risk of developing heart disease. So, sit less and move more to boost your... Read more ...

Cutting Off Kidney Cancer at Its Roots: Study

Cutting Off Kidney Cancer at Its Roots: Study

New study discovers cancer stem cells responsible for the most common form of kidney cancer: clear cell renal cell carcinoma, or ccRCC. Read more ...

Study Identifies States with Highest Rates of Melanoma Due to UV Radiation

Study Identifies States with Highest Rates of Melanoma Due to UV Radiation

New study finds that state-level incidence rates for UV-attributable melanoma ranged from 15 cases per 100,000 in Alaska to 65 cases per 100,000 in Hawaii. Read more ...

CATASTROPHIC ERROR: In just two days, thousands of potentially...

CATASTROPHIC ERROR: In just two days, thousands of potentially cross-infected passengers from the Diamond Princess cruise ship will be released and allowed to take commercial flights anywhere in the world

World health authorities are about to commit a gross error that could literally end up costing millions of lives. So far, 355 passengers on the Diamond Princess cruise ship... Read more ...

U.S. military preparing to implement medical martial law due to coronavirus...

U.S. military preparing to implement medical martial law due to coronavirus pandemic

The Joint Chiefs of Staff has issued an executive order calling on the United States Northern Command to start preparing for a full-blown pandemic of the Wuhan coronavirus here... Read more ...

Can this East Asian shrub help reduce the harmful effects of oxidative...

Can this East Asian shrub help reduce the harmful effects of oxidative stress? Study explains

Lindera glauca is a medicinal shrub with a variety of uses. Besides being an excellent condiment and food flavoring, L. glauca is also used in the manufacturing industry and in... Read more ...

New Guidelines for Hepatic Failure

New Guidelines for Hepatic Failure

A new set of evidence-based recommendations for the management of liver failure is presented at the SCCM 49th Critical Care Congress. It assembles recommendations for critical... Read more ...

Green Tea Extract Reduces Fatty Liver Disease

Green Tea Extract Reduces Fatty Liver Disease

According to a recent study by Penn State researchers, Green tea extract combined with exercise, reduces fatty liver disease in mice. Read more ...

Tiny Particles may Start Nonfatal Heart Attacks

Tiny Particles may Start Nonfatal Heart Attacks

A recent Yale study confirms something that has long been suspected -air pollution's small particles can play a role in severe heart disease. Read more ...

An Ode to Cold Showers

An Ode to Cold Showers

Luci Gutiérrez Here's what used to happen. I'd wake up, smoldering and sighing, reel out of bed and into the kitchen, and put the kettle on. Then I'd think: Well, now what?... Read more ...