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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies from Pancreatic Cancer  - web md

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies from Pancreatic Cancer

The three-time cancer survivor faced her most recent troubles in late 2018, when she had surgery for lung cancer that was discovered after she broke several ribs in a fall in her chambers. In January of 2020, Ginsburg announced that she was cancer free. But in July she said she was undergoing chemotherapy after a lesion was found on her liver.
web md - 8 hours ago
Many Need Follow-Up Colonoscopy and Don

Many Need Follow-Up Colonoscopy and Don't Know it

Colon cancer is the third most common cause of cancer death in the United States. Because people with advanced polyps have triple the risk of developing cancer, it's generally recommended that they have a colonoscopy every three years.
web md - 14 hours ago
COVID Adds Risk for People With Addiction Disorders  - web md

COVID Adds Risk for People With Addiction Disorders

People with a recent addiction disorder diagnosis were more likely than others to develop COVID-19, and the connection was strongest among those with opioid and tobacco use disorders, the findings showed.
web md - 14 hours ago
CDC Posted Test Guideline Without Scientific Review  - web md

CDC Posted Test Guideline Without Scientific Review

The guidance -- which was posted on Aug. 24 and widely criticized by experts -- said it wasn't necessary to test people without symptoms of COVID-19 even if they'd been exposed to the virus, and was posted on the CDC website when public health experts were urging more testing, not less.
web md - 16 hours ago
Philosophy Friday 09/18/20 - positively psychological

Philosophy Friday 09/18/20

What is the meaning of a good life? This common philosophy question especially intrigues me. It is perhaps one of the most difficult questions to answer, yet one of the most important ones to contemplate in our lives. Considering I studied philosophy in college, it is no wonder that my mind is hyperactive when it … Continue reading Philosophy Friday 09/18/20 →
positively psychological - 17 hours ago
Some Psoriasis Meds May Also Help Prevent Heart Disease  - web md

Some Psoriasis Meds May Also Help Prevent Heart Disease

Chronic inflammation in people with psoriasis is associated with the development of plaque in heart arteries, which increases the risk of coronary artery disease. In biologic therapy, patients receive protein-based infusions to reduce inflammation.
web md - 3 days ago
Doctors Should Watch for Punctured Lungs in COVID Patients  - web md

Doctors Should Watch for Punctured Lungs in COVID Patients

Before the pandemic, this problem was typically seen in very tall young men or older patients with severe lung disease. But some British researchers noticed that several patients with COVID-19 developed the condition and decided to investigate.
web md - 3 days ago
Even Exercise May Not Ease Pandemic-Linked Stress  - web md

Even Exercise May Not Ease Pandemic-Linked Stress

Those who said their physical activity levels had declined in the first two weeks after stay-at-home orders were issued reported higher levels of stress and anxiety, a finding that the researchers expected.
web md - 3 days ago
Report: Trump Downplayed COVID Threat  - web md

Report: Trump Downplayed COVID Threat

President Trump said in early February that the new coronavirus was deadlier than the flu and that it could travel through the air, according to a new book from journalist Bob Woodard. In recorded interviews, he said in March that he wanted to downplay the threat so it wouldn't cause a panic.
web md - 1 week ago
Are Masks a Kind of Vaccine Against COVID-19?  - web md

Are Masks a Kind of Vaccine Against COVID-19?

New research suggests face masks may act as a crude vaccine of sorts. The theory -- and it remains largely a theory -- is that by filtering out airborne coronavirus droplets and thereby lowering the dose of SARS-CoV-2 a person inhales, infections have much less chance of producing symptoms.
web md - 1 week ago
Permanent Nerve Damage for Some COVID-19 Survivors  - web md

Permanent Nerve Damage for Some COVID-19 Survivors

Placing a hospitalized COVID-19 patient in a face down position to ease breathing -- or "proning" -- has steadily gained traction as a pandemic lifesaver. But a small new study warns that it may lead to permanent nerve damage.
web md - 1 week ago
Campus Life in the COVID Era:

Campus Life in the COVID Era: 'We're Missing Out'

Many universities are putting the onus on students to prevent the spread of coronavirus – an approach both students and experts say creates mixed messages after inviting students back on campus in the first place.
web md - 2 weeks ago
Study Backs Use of Saliva COVID-19 Test  - web md

Study Backs Use of Saliva COVID-19 Test

A COVID-19 saliva test developed by researchers at Yale University appeared to perform at least as well as nasal swabs in a study of hospital patients, a finding that may help encourage more frequent use of self-collected samples.
web md - 2 weeks ago
Hospitals Set to Defy FDA’s COVID Plasma Directive  - web md

Hospitals Set to Defy FDA’s COVID Plasma Directive

The FDA, under pressure from the Trump administration, has authorized broader use of convalescent plasma for emergency treatment in COVID patients. But several major hospitals are resisting, saying they’ll opt instead to use the scarce resource to complete a clinical trial.
web md - 2 weeks ago
WebMD Poll: More Acceptance of COVID Vaccine  - web md

WebMD Poll: More Acceptance of COVID Vaccine

A new poll from WebMD finds that acceptance of a COVID-19 vaccine is gradually growing, with 54.6% of readers saying they would get one in the first year. That number increased slightly from a WebMD poll released in July,
web md - 2 weeks ago
Many COVID-Infected Hospital Workers Asymptomatic  - web md

Many COVID-Infected Hospital Workers Asymptomatic

Infection rates among staff also varied widely between hospitals, ranging from just 0.8% at one center to more than 31% at another. According to the study author, that likely reflects the level of coronavirus circulating in the city each hospital served.
web md - 2 weeks ago
Cellphone Data Can Help Track Pandemic Spread  - web md

Cellphone Data Can Help Track Pandemic Spread

Researchers analyzed cellphone use in more than 2,700 U.S. counties between early January and early May to identify where the phones were used, including workplaces, homes, retail and grocery stores, parks and transit stations.
web md - 2 weeks ago
Most Americans Wear Masks, But Myths Linger: Poll  - web md

Most Americans Wear Masks, But Myths Linger: Poll

About nine in 10 Americans said they are knowledgeable about mask-wearing and that they sometimes, often or always wear a mask when they leave their home and are unable to social distance, the online poll shows.
web md - 2 weeks ago
Remote Monitoring May Help Control High Blood Pressure  - web md

Remote Monitoring May Help Control High Blood Pressure

Doctors already recommend that people with high blood pressure use a home monitor to track their numbers. But research suggests that home readings, alone, only make a small difference in getting the condition under control.
web md - 2 weeks ago
FDA Expands Use of Remdesivir for COVID-19 Treatment  - web md

FDA Expands Use of Remdesivir for COVID-19 Treatment

The Federal Drug Administration has broadened its emergency use authorization for the anti-viral drug remdesivir to include all hospitalized coronavirus patients, not just those who are so ill they require ventilators or oxygen therapy.
web md - 2 weeks ago
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Some Psoriasis Meds May Also Help Prevent Heart Disease

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Chronic inflammation in people with psoriasis is associated with the development of plaque in heart arteries, which increases the risk of coronary artery disease. In biologic therapy, patients receive protein-based infusions to reduce inflammation.

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