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RoC Skincare, Sarah Jessica Parker team up on new initiative

Jul 06, 2022 , Drug Store News - Retail
The #LookForwardProject is focused on celebrating the power of optimism and its scientifically backed impact on long-term health and...
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How an increasingly popular supplement landed a man in the hospital

Jul 06, 2022 , CNN Health
A private nutritionist told a British man to take large doses of vitamin D along with other supplements. It didn't go well....
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Key Player In Acute And Chronic Disease: The Inflammasome

Jul 02, 2022 , Forbes
Inflammation plays a critical role in both acute and long term SARS-CoV-2 infection, as well as many of the most serious chronic diseases. In this first installment of the inflammation series, we will do an overview of the inflammasome, inflammatory interleukin cytokines, and...
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Origin Of Virus Variation: Real-Time Evolution Of SARS-CoV-2 In An Immunocompromised Patient

Jul 01, 2022 , Forbes
Where do variants come from? New variants may arise in long-term infections of immunocompromised patients....
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PTSD Increases The Risk Of Cognitive Decline In Middle-Aged Women

Jul 01, 2022 , Forbes
Experiencing high levels of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms over a long period of time can substantially worsen cognitive decline in middle-aged women, according to a new study....
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How Common Is Long Covid? More Common Than You’d Think

Jul 01, 2022 , Forbes
Using new data from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), this article will highlight the prevalence of Long Covid and emphasize the importance of mitigating your...
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Inaccessible Telehealth Apps Don’t Just Exclude – They’re A Matter Of Life And Death

Jun 30, 2022 , Forbes
Telehealth platforms and digital healthcare products have exploded over the past two years, fuelled by the Covid-19 pandemic. Failing to ensure that these solutions are fully accessible to people with disabilities is not just a matter of social injustice – it will, in the long run, cost...
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The Advent Of Longevity Technology - From A Movement Into An Industry

Jun 30, 2022 , Forbes
Longevity biotechnology it is clearly one of the main industries of the future with thousands of new scientists and industry professionals entering the field every year. Here is an exclusive interview with the founder of Longevity.Technology, leading industry analyst....
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Study Finds Women, White And Older People At Greater Risk Of ‘Long Covid’

Jun 29, 2022 , Forbes
New research published in U.K. research journal Nature Communications finds the likelihood of experiencing long-term Covid symptoms increases for women, white people, older people and individuals with general and mental health...
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1,400-year-old 'ghost' ship will sail again

Jun 28, 2022 , CNN Health
When an Anglo-Saxon warrior king died 1,400 years ago in East Anglia in the United Kingdom, he was placed inside a ship and surrounded by treasures. The 90-foot-long (27.4-meter-long) wooden ship, dragged half a mile (0.8 kilometer) from the River Deben, was buried inside a mound....
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July Issue: Yoga for Patients with Psychiatric Illness, What We Know About Long COVID, More

Jun 28, 2022 , American Journal of Nursing
“We have studied elder mistreatment for decades. . . We wait for it to happen and then find those to blame. What if we started from a position of prevention?”—Guest editorial, “Elder Mistreatment Prevention Rounds in Nursing Homes” The July issue of AJN is now live. Here’s what’s new. Some articles may be free only to subscribers. CE: An [...] The post July Issue: Yoga for Patients with Psychiatric Illness, What We Know About Long COVID, More appeared first on Off the...
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Women With Long Covid Are More Likely To Suffer From Mood And Gastrointestinal Disorders Than Men

Jun 27, 2022 , Forbes
A new study published in the journal Current Medical Research and Opinion, has found that long Covid is not only far more likely to afflict women as compared to their male counterparts, but they will also experience a completely different set of...
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1,400-year-old 'ghost' ship will sail England's coast once again

Jun 27, 2022 , CNN Health
When an Anglo-Saxon warrior king died 1,400 years ago in East Anglia in the United Kingdom, he was placed inside a ship and surrounded by treasures. The 90-foot-long (27.4-meter-long) wooden ship, dragged half a mile (0.8 kilometer) from the River Deben, was buried inside a mound....
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Can Long COVID Harm Kids, Babies?

Jun 26, 2022 , MedicineNet
Title: Can Long COVID Harm Kids, Babies?Category: Health NewsCreated: 6/23/2022 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 6/24/2022 12:00:00...
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Very Old Reptiles Give Clues to Longevity in Humans

Jun 26, 2022 , MedicineNet
Title: Very Old Reptiles Give Clues to Longevity in HumansCategory: Health NewsCreated: 6/24/2022 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 6/24/2022 12:00:00...
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Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas says gay rights, contraception rulings should be reconsidered after Roe is overturned

Jun 25, 2022 , CNBC Health
Abortion no longer is a federal right with Roe v. Wade overturned. Supreme Court Justice Thomas now is eyeing cases related to gay rights and birth...
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Acupuncture Deep Needling Technique Points to Greater Tension Headache Relief

Jun 25, 2022 , RxList
Acupuncture deep needling provides significant, long-term relief from chronic tension type headache (TTH), new research...
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This Balance Test May Predict Longevity

Jun 24, 2022 , MedicineNet
Title: This Balance Test May Predict LongevityCategory: Health NewsCreated: 6/22/2022 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 6/22/2022 12:00:00...
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Trump’s Legacy Looms Large as Colorado Aims to Close the Hispanic Insurance Gap

Jun 24, 2022 , Kaiser Health News
Hispanic residents have long been among the least likely to have health insurance — in Colorado and across the country — in part because of unauthorized immigrants. The state is expanding coverage to some of them, although the change runs up against lingering fears about the use of public...
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Tiny Mites Are Feeding on Your Skin, But for How Long?

Jun 24, 2022 , MedicineNet
Title: Tiny Mites Are Feeding on Your Skin, But for How Long?Category: Health NewsCreated: 6/22/2022 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 6/22/2022 12:00:00...
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