Why it's time to undergo an essential face skin check
Growing up before we became fully aware of the risks, I've been left vulnerable to the consequences of sun damage.
2 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
'I'd prefer to play Norths': Gordon into Shute Shield final for first time since 1998
Gordon will face either Northern Suburbs or Eastwood in next Saturday's Shute Shield final after a 28-10 victory against Eastern Suburbs.
5 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Panthers reaping the rewards of not second-guessing Barrett
Just like the Roosters last year when Adam O'Brien was headhunted by Newcastle, the Panthers were faced with a difficult decision regarding Trent Barrett.
10 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
At White House annual Halloween kids' event, masks and distancing are required
Trick-or-treaters at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. will be required to wear face coverings this year.
15 hours ago - NBC News
Half the battle: Fisher-Harris happy to play enforcer and get in face of Storm playmakers
Penrith hardman James Fisher-Harris has made a point of ironing out rival playmakers whenever possible.
15 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Poverty May Up Black Children's Health Risks Early
The research adds to mounting evidence that children of Black parents who are also poor face greater health inequities than whites.
16 hours ago - Web MD
We Will Adhere To CDC Guidelines, And We Will Still Enjoy The Holidays
Even though the pandemic holidays will be different, I'm really looking forward to them. This pandemic sucks. Let's just face it. Hundreds of thousands of people have died just...
18 hours ago - Scary Mommy - 3 articles
Surgeon general: Amid pandemic, clinicians can take measures to avoid burnout
Physicians are facing considerable challenges in 2020 that could contribute to increased burnout, according to U.S. Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams, MD, MPH. Adams, speaking at...
18 hours ago - Healio
Healio nominates 2020 Disruptive Innovators: Tune in to find out the winners
During this year's ACG 2020 Virtual meeting, Healio will host its annual Disruptive Innovators Award ceremony on Monday, October 26. This year, the addition of the Health...
18 hours ago - Healio
US faces half a million COVID-19 deaths by end of February, study says
More than a half a million people in the US could die from COVID-19 by the end of February, according to estimates from a new modelling study.
19 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald - 3 articles
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COVID-19 Lockdown Decreased Mental Health, Sleep, Exercise
New research adds to the growing body of evidence that COVID-19 lockdown dramatically modified our personal habits, reduced mental health, sleep, and exercise.
Aspirin Use Reduces Heart Disease Complications, Improves Survival in...
Low-dose aspirin intake by hospitalized COVID-19 patients can reduce the risk of cardiovascular complications and death, reports a new study.
Searching for Clues to COVID-19 Immunity
Getting more specific answers about how the immune system responds to the virus that causes COVID-19, including whether recovery is likely permanent, is crucial not only to...
'Universal' mask-wearing could prevent 130,000 US COVID-19 deaths
Currently, just under half of Americans say they 'always' wear masks in public. If that continues, the death toll will exceed 511,000 by March, according to a new pandemic...
America, We Need To Get Our Covid Sh*t Together Or This Winter Is Going To...
Any way you cut it, the news is grim. New coronavirus cases have increased by 30% from just a few weeks ago. 17 states have recently reached all-time high case counts...
FDA to let AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine trials resume in the US
More than a month after the global trial pause and long after international trials resumed, FDA regulators will finally let Oxford's trials can restart in the US, according to...
Some Parents Are Demanding In-Person Schooling as the Pandemic Stretches On
Shalyse Olson knows there are risks associated with sending her children back to school during the coronavirus pandemic, but the mother of four in Salem, Oregon says virtual...
Op-Ed: Going Trick-Or-Treating During A Pandemic Is Ridiculous
When the CDC released its guidelines about Halloween and trick-or-treating, I wasn't entirely surprised. They are along the lines of all the COVID-19 guidelines: wear a mask...
7 Reasons Why COVID-19 Is Putting A Halt On Family Planning
The pandemic is basically ruining everything from work, school, and the holidays. According to several of my friends, it's also dashing their dreams to keep or start adding to...
Op-Ed: Beyond COVID Tribalism
Two things are true about COVID-19. First, there is no person who has all the answers. SARS-CoV-2 affects every aspect of human life, carries massive uncertainty, and there is...