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Elon Musk shows off updates to his brain chips and says he’s going to install one in himself when they are ready

Dec 02, 2022 , CNBC Health
Elon Musk's health tech venture Neuralink shared updates to its brain-implant technology during a "show and tell" recruitment...
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Heart Disease Deaths Spiked During COVID

Nov 30, 2022 , WebMD
Deaths from heart disease and stroke among adults living in the United States have been on the decline since 2010. But the COVID-19 pandemic reversed that downward trend in 2020, new research...
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Drug and alcohol deaths increasing among US adults 65 and older, CDC data shows

Nov 30, 2022 , CNN Health
Deaths related to drug misuse and alcohol abuse appear to be on the rise among older adults in the United States, similar to the recent increases seen among younger adults, according to two new reports from the US Centers for Disease Control and...
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Experimental drug appears to slow progression of Alzheimer's disease in clinical trial but raises safety concerns

Nov 30, 2022 , CNN Health
The experimental drug lecanemab shows "potential" as an Alzheimer's disease treatment, according to new Phase 3 trial results, but the findings raise some safety concerns because of its association with certain serious adverse...
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Mother loses peripheral vision from apparent exposure to mercury in beauty creams. Toxic levels in her home put family at risk, say experts

Nov 29, 2022 , CNN Health
A woman lost part of her vision and inadvertently put her family at risk of mercury poisoning, most likely from using skin whitening products containing high levels of mercury, a case report shared exclusively with CNN...
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60% Of Americans Have Had A Recent Bad Healthcare Experience, New Survey Shows

Nov 29, 2022 , Forbes
Most Americans have had a bad healthcare experience recently, according to a new survey that highlights consumer priorities and how to improve patient...
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A Work-From-Home Culture Takes Root in California

Nov 24, 2022 , Kaiser Health News
New U.S. Census Bureau data shows a large segment of Californians are working from home for part or all of the week. Researchers say the shift will ripple through the broader economy in ways big and...
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World's heaviest flying bird uses plants to self-medicate

Nov 24, 2022 , CNN Health
Taking drugs if you're feeling under the weather is old news for humans, but new research shows that the world's heaviest bird capable of flight could be the latest animal to use plants as a form of...
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New Pfizer-BioNTech Covid Vaccine Is More Effective Than The Original, Study Shows

Nov 23, 2022 , Forbes
An estimated 68% of Americans are fully...
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New boosters add limited protection against Covid-19 illness, first real-world study shows

Nov 23, 2022 , CNN Health
Updated Covid-19 boosters that carry instructions to arm the body against currently circulating Omicron subvariants offer some protection against infections, according to the first study to look at how the boosters are performing in the real world. However, the protection is not as high as that provided by the original vaccine against earlier coronavirus variants, the researchers...
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Study Demonstrates For The First Time That Ticks Weaken Skin's Immune Response

Nov 22, 2022 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
Hitherto, scientists have not fully understood why ticks are such dangerous disease vectors. A research team led by Johanna Strobl and Georg Stary from MedUni Vienna's Department of Dermatology shows that tick saliva inhibits the skin's defence function, thereby increasing the risk of diseases such ......
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New Pfizer-BioNTech Covid Vaccine Is More Effective Than The Original, Study Shows

Nov 19, 2022 , Forbes
Pfizer-BioNTech’s new bivalent Covid-19 vaccine—which targets the original strain and some Omicron subvariants—provides more protection against the virus and its omicron variants than its initial vaccine, according to a study released...
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Doctors Worldwide Are Burned Out, Spelling Trouble For Global Workforce, New Study Shows

Nov 18, 2022 , Forbes
Primary care doctors worldwide are stressed out and burned out, new data from the Commonwealth Fund shows. What does that mean for labor shortages and patient...
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Indigenous and Black children increasingly experiencing racism, new study shows

Nov 17, 2022 , CNN Health
A growing percentage of Indigenous and Black parents in the United States reported that their children have faced racist experiences, according to a study published in the Journal of Osteopathic...
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Study shows 1 billion young people are at risk for hearing loss. This is how to prevent it

Nov 16, 2022 , CNN Health
Blasting music through earphones or crowding into a concert venue may sound fun, but the sound is a problem, according to a new study. Unsafe listening practices is putting more than 1 billion people at risk for hearing loss, the study said. Here are ways to prevent...
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The G20 Summit Offers World Leaders A Second Chance To Get It Right

Nov 15, 2022 , Forbes
Converging crises are slamming the world’s poorest and even middle-income countries. Sixty countries are at risk of debt crises. Our research shows that one in five people on the planet live in the 25 countries that are at the highest risk of debt...
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55% Of Americans Say They’d Use Retail Clinics, But Few Actually Do, New Report Shows

Nov 15, 2022 , Forbes
Americans are increasingly open to alternate sites of care, but few are using them yet, according to new research from the Deloitte Center for Health...
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Study Shows That New Genetic Biomarker Could Be Key to Early Detection--and a Less Costly, More Convenient Test for Patients

Nov 13, 2022 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
Cedars-Sinai Cancer investigators have created a blood test that uses a technology made commonly available during the COVID-19 pandemic to detect the most common form of liver cancer-at an early enough stage that cure is possible. Their work was published online in the peer-reviewed journal Hepatolo......
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Weight-Loss Drug, Approved for Adults, Shows Promise in Kids

Nov 11, 2022 , WebMD
The FDA last year approved semaglutide, which was developed initially as a treatment for type 2 diabetes, for weight loss in adults. But researchers wanted to know if the drug, which targets areas of the brain that regulate appetite, also could help adolescents lose...
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Report: Telehealth accounts for about 10% of outpatient visits

Nov 10, 2022 , Mobile Health News
An analysis performed by Chartis and Kythera Labs also shows those between ages 18 to 44 have highest telehealth...
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