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Most COVID Long-Haulers Still Having Symptoms 15 Months Later

May 28, 2022 , MedicineNet
Title: Most COVID Long-Haulers Still Having Symptoms 15 Months LaterCategory: Health NewsCreated: 5/25/2022 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 5/26/2022 12:00:00...
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Agotados por covid y por trabajar 80 horas a la semana, médicos residentes deciden sindicalizarse

May 28, 2022 , Kaiser Health News
Los residentes son médicos recién recibidos, que han terminado la carrera de medicina, y deben pasar de tres a siete años de formación en hospitales universitarios antes de poder ejercer de forma independiente. Ganan poco y trabajan...
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Monkeypox Is Not The Same As Shingles Despite Covid-19 Vaccine-Related Claims

May 28, 2022 , Forbes
There are now unfounded claims that the monkeypox outbreak is really a shingles outbreak due to Covid-19 vaccines....
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Burned Out by Covid and 80-Hour Workweeks, Resident Physicians Unionize

May 28, 2022 , Kaiser Health News
In California and beyond, physician trainees working long hours for what in some states amounts to little more than minimum wage are organizing to seek better pay, benefits, and working conditions. More than 1,300 of them at three L.A. County public hospitals will vote May 30 on whether to...
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Vaccines Don't Shield Against Long COVID, But May Ease Symptoms

May 28, 2022 , MedicineNet
Title: Vaccines Don't Shield Against Long COVID, But May Ease SymptomsCategory: Health NewsCreated: 5/25/2022 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 5/26/2022 12:00:00...
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How Will Testing For Covid-19 Change In The Future?

May 28, 2022 , Forbes
Dr. Matt Binnicker, an expert in the diagnosis of infectious diseases, discusses the future of Covid-19 testing and explains why we’ll be testing for this viral infection for years to...
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APhA analysis finds inequity in COVID-19 test to treat access 

May 28, 2022 , Drug Store News - Retail
The analysis found that only 22% (513) of the test to treat sites are in the most vulnerable areas in the country as defined by the Social Vulnerability...
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COVID Can Rebound After Treatment With Paxlovid

May 27, 2022 , MedicineNet
Title: COVID Can Rebound After Treatment With PaxlovidCategory: Health NewsCreated: 5/24/2022 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 5/25/2022 12:00:00...
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Got long Covid? Seniors should prepare to go slow

May 27, 2022 , CNN Health
Identifying long Covid in older adults can be tricky, but experts say there are good strategies for seniors to get medical advice and fight the impact of the virus....
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California Schools Try to Outrace Covid Outbreaks

May 27, 2022 , Kaiser Health News
A covid outbreak on a field trip. Another at prom. Yet administrators are reluctant to expose their schools to legal challenges by again requiring masks for students and staffers. That leaves parents fretful and...
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Long-Term Heart Inflammation Strikes 1 in 8 Hospitalized COVID Patients

May 27, 2022 , MedicineNet
Title: Long-Term Heart Inflammation Strikes 1 in 8 Hospitalized COVID PatientsCategory: Health NewsCreated: 5/25/2022 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 5/25/2022 12:00:00...
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U.S. Covid Hospitalizations Surge 29% In Two Weeks

May 27, 2022 , Forbes
Most of the South reported above-average rises in Covid-19 infections during the past 14 days, according to a New York Times analysis of Department of Health and Human Services...
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Monkeypox is a dangerous disease threat — but has one key difference from Covid, epidemic coalition says

May 27, 2022 , CNBC Health
Monkeypox is a rare disease caused by the monkeypox virus, part of the same family as smallpox, though typically less...
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Will Monkeypox Be The Next Deadly Pandemic? It’s Unlikely

May 27, 2022 , Forbes
Infectious disease expert Mark Kortepeter explains the differences between Covid and Monkeypox and how its spread primarily through direct contact rather than respiratory droplets means it’s less likely to cause a pandemic as significant as Covid....
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Watch: UVA Doctor Talks About the State of the Pandemic and Health Equity 

May 27, 2022 , Kaiser Health News
KHN checks back in with Dr. Taison Bell to pinpoint changes in health care equity since the rollout of the covid-19...
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Monkeypox does not pose a Covid-style risk despite its swift spread, top health execs say

May 27, 2022 , CNBC Health
Global health concerns loomed over the World Economic Forum once again this year, but business leaders say they are not worried about a new monkeypox...
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Cancer Patients Have Even Greater Need for COVID Boosters: Study

May 27, 2022 , MedicineNet
Title: Cancer Patients Have Even Greater Need for COVID Boosters: StudyCategory: Health NewsCreated: 5/24/2022 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 5/25/2022 12:00:00...
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InnovationRx: Wartime Attacks On Healthcare: Plus, 1 In 5 May Develop Long Covid

May 26, 2022 , Forbes
InnovationRx is your weekly digest of healthcare news. Sign...
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Retailers are expanding COVID-19 vaccines, antiviral and test availability

May 26, 2022 , Drug Store News - Retail
In response to the lingering COVID-19 pandemic, retailers, including Hy-Vee, Rite Aid, Kroger, Wegmans and H-E-B, are expanding COVID-19 vaccinations to adults and children, antiviral medications and COVID-19...
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Pfizer Offers Low-Cost Drugs And Vaccines—Including Covid Treatments—To World’s Poorest Countries

May 26, 2022 , Forbes
Pfizer said it would sell its patented medicines and vaccines—including for Covid-19, breast cancer and pneumonia—to low-income countries on a not-for-profit...
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