• Snoring Tied to Vascular Remodeling in Overweight, Obese Adults Without Apnea

    1 month ago - By Medscape

    Young to middle-aged adults who are overweight or obese, and heavy snorers have an increased risk for vascular remodeling even when they don't have obstructive sleep apnea, according to a small study that suggests snoring might contribute to cardiovascular risk in these individuals.
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  • WHO, Asked About COVID-19 Shots for Olympic Athletes, Says Health Workers Are Top Priority

    1 month ago - By Medscape

    WHO is providing risk management advice to the IOC and Japanese authorities regarding the holding of the Tokyo Olympics, but the top priority is vaccinating health workers worldwide against COVID-19, its top emergency expert said on Monday.
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  • Agent Orange Tied to Increased Dementia Risk in Vietnam Vets

    1 month ago - By Medscape

    Exposure to Agent Orange was associated with a nearly twofold increased risk for dementia in Vietnam veterans, and with earlier onset of symptoms.
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  • WHO warns that Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine should NOT be used on pregnant women

    WHO warns that Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine should NOT be used on pregnant women

    1 month ago - By Daily Mail

    The World Health Organization said pregnant women should only be immunized if they are high risk such as being a frontline healthcare worker or having an underlying condition.
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  • How Dangerous Is Coronavirus to the Middle-Aged?

    How Dangerous Is Coronavirus to the Middle-Aged?

    1 month ago - By Web MD

    Middle-aged folks' risk of dying from a COVID-19 infection is higher than they might think, a new study reports.
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  • Diabetes and glucose levels tied to increased risk of COVID-19 death

    1 month ago - By News Medical

    Researchers at Xijing Hospital, Fourth Military Medical University, Xi'an, China, found that diabetes and on-admission glucose levels may increase the risk of COVID-19 mortality.
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