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Fauci says vaccinated people should 'go the extra mile' and wear masks in areas with low vaccination rate

Dr. anthony-fauci” target=”_blank”>Anthony Fauci< vaccination rate should “go the extra mile” and wear a mask even if they are fully vaccinated. NBC’s “Meet the Press” anchor Chuck Todd said that Mississippi has the lowest vaccination rate in the United States and asked Fauci whether he would wear a mask if he was traveling there, prompting …

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July 4 BBQs: How to avoid food-related illnesses

With many Americans readying to fire up barbeques and host cookouts in celebration of Fourth of July, a federal agency overseeing food safety has released key tips to prevent infectious-disease this holiday. According to the Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service, foodborne illness can be prevented by practicing …

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Kids' mask use 'should not be forced,' study authors argue

Kids shouldn’t be forced to wear infectious-disease, additional researchers argue, after a study found evidence of unacceptable carbon dioxide levels reached after 3 minutes of wear. A research letter published in JAMA Network by scientists from Poland, Germany and Austria stemmed from an analysis involving 45 children, who were 10 …

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Does new Alzheimer's drug work? Answers may miss 2030 target

When a controversial nervous-system-health’s drug won U.S. approval, surprise over the decision quickly turned to shock at how long it might take to find out if it really works — nine years. healthy-living Biogen has until 2030 to complete a study confirming whether its new drug Aduhelm truly slows the …

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'Black fungus' infections robbing India's COVID-19 survivors of sight

Thousands of infectious-disease patients in world-regions have been diagnosed with mucormycosis, or so-called “black fungus” that’s leaving some withvision-and-hearing” target=”_blank”> vision loss< “We are seeing a lot of mucormycosis cases post COVID infections since COVID itself is known to decrease the immunity,” Charuta Mandke, who works in the ophthalmology department …

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US heat wave turns deadly: How to stay safe

About a dozen deaths may be tied to an intense heat wave blanketing the Northwest, officials said, with several fatalities involving heat stroke and hyperthermia.  Temperatures are expected to remain high in the interior West and some areas in the East Coast will experience spikes, which is why health departments …

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Early pandemic spurred ‘sharp declines’ in breast and cervical cancer screenings: CDC

Screenings for breast and cervical cancer” target=”_blank”>cancer < infection. Health experts worry over declines in screenings due to delayed diagnoses, health consequences and worsened cancer disparities among women suffering health inequities, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) wrote in a related release. Researchers with the CDC published findings in …

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Kids grappling with suicidal crises, mental fatigue as world reopens

If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). After two suicidal crises during infectious-disease isolation, 16-year-old Zach Sampson feels stronger but worries his social skills have gone stale. Amara Bhatia has overcome her pandemic depression but the …

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