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04 Aug

More Americans Are Anemic Due to Changes in the American Diet, Study Finds

Iron-deficiency anemia is on the rise as people eat less beef and more chicken, researchers say.

03 Aug

No Sign COVID Raises Risk of Preterm Birth

Researchers in Canada find no increase in preterm births or stillbirths during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic

02 Aug

Kids Exposed to Secondhand Pot Smoke Get More Colds and Flu, Study Finds

Children whose parents regularly smoke or vape pot suffer more viral respiratory infections, researchers say.

WHO Slams COVID-19 Booster Shots in Wealthy Nations

WHO Slams COVID-19 Booster Shots in Wealthy Nations

Wealthy nations shouldn't be giving COVID-19 vaccine booster shots to their citizens while poor nations struggle to get first doses of vaccines, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Wednesday.

The U.N. health organization called for a moratorium on booster shots until at least the end of September, even for the elderly, health care wor...

Time to Rethink Suicide Warnings on Labels for Anti-Seizure Meds?

Time to Rethink Suicide Warnings on Labels for Anti-Seizure Meds?

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 4, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Since 2008, anti-seizure drugs have carried a warning that they may increase users' suicide risk. But a new analysis finds no evidence of such a risk with newer medications.

Researchers found that five medications approved since 2008 showed no link to suicide risk among patient...

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Wuhan Tests All Residents as Delta Variant Rages Where Pandemic Began

Wuhan Tests All Residents as Delta Variant Rages Where Pandemic Began

All 11 million residents of the city of Wuhan will be tested for COVID-19 after three locally transmitted cases were reported in the city on Monday, Chinese officials said Tuesday.

The coronavirus that causes COVID-19 was first detected in Wuhan in 2019.

"To ensure that everyone in the city is safe, city-wide nucleic acid testing wil...

AHA News: She Couldn't Put Up Her Arms on a Roller Coaster. A Stroke Followed.

AHA News: She Couldn't Put Up Her Arms on a Roller Coaster. A Stroke Followed.

Like many roller coaster lovers, Brooke O'Connell and her son Declan always threw their hands up in the air during descents.

"Mom, put your hands up!" he shouted while the two shared a ride on a corkscrew coaster at an amusement park in Orlando.

But Brooke couldn't raise her arms. She figured the centrifugal force kept them down.

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  • August 4, 2021
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Full Approval of Pfizer COVID Vaccine Could Come in September

Full Approval of Pfizer COVID Vaccine Could Come in September

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is speeding up its timetable for full approval of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine, hoping to complete the process by early September.

President Joe Biden said last week that he expected a fully approved vaccine in early fall, but the FDA's unofficial deadline is Labor Day or sooner, according to multipl...

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  • August 4, 2021
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Biden Offers COVID Vaccines to Migrants in Custody Along Mexican Border

Biden Offers COVID Vaccines to Migrants in Custody Along Mexican Border

COVID-19 vaccines will be offered to migrants in U.S. custody at the Mexican border, federal government officials said Tuesday.

The Department of Homeland Security will provide the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine to migrants soon after they cross into the United States, two agency officials with knowledge of the plan told the Was...

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  • August 4, 2021
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