Medics demand government releases plans for how the NHS should get ready for second Covid wave
The Royal College of GPs claimed UK medics have left in limbo without clear guidance about how they should get ready for a second influx of coronavirus patients.
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Middle-aged people will be more ill and for LONGER than baby boomers, major new study suggests
Researchers at University College London found today's 40-and 50-somethings were much more likely to be overweight, diabetic or have heart disease.
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Trump threatens to cut off funding from Marxist indoctrination centers disguised as American colleges and universities
If you needed another reason to a) vote for president in November and b) ensure that vote goes to President Donald Trump, this is it. For a century, American Leftists under...
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Skin rash may be a symptom of COVID-19
Researchers at King's College London and Zoe Global Ltd have conducted a study suggesting that skin rashes could be valuable predictors of coronavirus disease 2019 .
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Coronavirus Outbreaks Linked to Fraternity Houses are a Warning for College Campuses
Recent coronavirus outbreaks have been linked to fraternities at universities in Washington, California and Mississippi, and experts say it's an example of what's to come as...
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40 Celebrities You Probably Didn't Know Attended Ivy League Colleges
From Columbia to Yale, these stars earned an A-list education.
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Pregnant women on dolutegravir experience better HIV viral suppression rates vs. efavirenz
The results of five randomized controlled trials showed greater and faster rates of virologic suppression among pregnant women with HIV who took dolutegravir compared to those...
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CPR, implicit bias training and lessons for the medical community
The United States is in the throes of debate over police reform. In a recent editorial, Cardiology Today Editorial Board Member Kim Allan Williams Sr., MD, MACC, FAHA, MASNC...
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Donald Kaye, Infectious Disease News Editorial Board Member and mentor to many, dies at 88
Donald Kaye, MD, MACP, an influential infectious diseases clinician and researcher and longtime Infectious Disease News Editorial Board Member, died July 4 at the age of 88...
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Delirium linked to long-term cognitive decline
A new meta-analysis of 24 observational studies from researchers at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons found that delirium may cause significant...
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Understanding Gut Microbiota For Type 2 Diabetes Prevention
The gut microbiota shifts in people with diabetes who are not under diabetic medication. It helps to understand the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, and therefore improves...
UK could face 120,000 hospital deaths this winter from second Covid-19 wave
Scientists from the Academy of Medical Sciences modelled what would happen if the R - the average number of people each Covid-19 patient infects - climbs to 1.7.
COVID-19: Antibodies Against the Virus Could be Used to Produce Vaccine
A study of nearly 300 recently identified human SARS-CoV-2 antibodies has helped identify a commonly used gene in antibodies. The gene effectively targets the receptor-binding...
Kratom Tea vs. Matcha: Know The Differences And Similarities
So you are probably here looking for the differences and similarities between kratom tea and matcha green tea, right? What might be the benefits of both the kinds of teas? How...
500 Deaths in 24 Hours Recorded In India
India recorded its highest single-day spike of 28,701 coronavirus cases and 500 deaths in the last 24 hours.
COVID-19 May Spike Blood Sugar, Raising Death Risk
Bodies stressed by severe COVID-19 could produce abnormally high blood sugar levels, even in people without diagnosed diabetes.
Special Filters in Glasses Could Help the Colorblind See Colors Better
Special patented glasses with advanced filters can enhance color vision in colorblind people, reports a new study.
Proven home remedies: 10 Natural antibiotics you can find in your kitchen...
Many people use over-the-counter antibiotics to treat bacterial infections, but these medications often cause adverse effects. Fortunately, Nature provides powerful remedies...
Is this why kids are so happy? Researchers discover anti-inflammatory fat in...
A fat molecule found in Mycobacterium vaccae, a soil-dwelling bacterium, is behind its potent anti-stress effects, according to a recent study. Published in Psychopharmacology...
32% of Young Adults Are Vulnerable to Severe COVID-19, and Smoking Is the...
It should go without saying at this point, but another reminder won't hurt: young people are susceptible to COVID-19 , and not just the asymptomatic form. A new study from the...