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Global COVID Vaccination Plans Need Urgency, Activists Say  - web md

Global COVID Vaccination Plans Need Urgency, Activists Say

While Americans debate who should receive boosters of a COVID-19 vaccine and when, many nations have barely begun to vaccinate their citizens, an inequity that is not just a humanitarian crisis, but also likely to extend the pandemic
web md - 1 day ago
COVID-19 Booster Shots: Top Questions Answered  - web md

COVID-19 Booster Shots: Top Questions Answered

Do I need to show proof of being high risk? Am I still fully vaccinated if I haven’t received a booster? We break down your most pressing questions surrounding FDA’s updated COVID-19 booster guidelines.
web md - 4 days ago
U.S. Meth Overdose Deaths Tripled in Recent Years  - web md

U.S. Meth Overdose Deaths Tripled in Recent Years

While the number of methamphetamine users did not increase as steeply, researchers said frequent use of methamphetamine, and using other drugs at the same time, may have contributed to the increase in overdose deaths.
web md - 5 days ago
Some States Limit Monoclonal Antibody Treatment to High-Risk, Unvaccinated Patients  - web md

Some States Limit Monoclonal Antibody Treatment to High-Risk, Unvaccinated Patients

At least two states are recommending that doctors prioritize the limited supply of monoclonal antibody treatments for high-risk COVID-19 patients, including unvaccinated people who face severe disease.
web md - 6 days ago
Can Intermittent Fasting Help Me Lose Weight? - my fitness pal

Can Intermittent Fasting Help Me Lose Weight?

Wondering if you should try intermittent fasting to lose weight? Registered Dietitian Whitney English explains that the claim that intermittent fasting can help you lose weight is only partially true. The post Can Intermittent Fasting Help Me Lose Weight? appeared first on MyFitnessPal Blog.
my fitness pal - 6 days ago
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Instead of 'Rest in Peace,' COVID Obits Become War of Words

Part death announcement, part highlights of a life now ended, obits now often carry new messages and meaning beyond their traditional use. And as they gain attention on social media, the responses are often morbid, mean and, for many, sad.
web md - 6 days ago
Modesty Blaise is 1000 Times Cooler Than James Bond. New episode of Electric Enthusiasm. - positive sharing

Modesty Blaise is 1000 Times Cooler Than James Bond. New episode of Electric Enthusiasm.

There’s a NEW EPISODE of Electric Enthusiasm out today and I LOVE this one!!! Modesty Blaise kicks as much butt as 007 but she does it with way more style and way less borderline rape. Meet the coolest action heroine from the 60s who began her adventures in newspaper comic strips before making her way … Continue reading Modesty Blaise is 1000 Times Cooler Than James Bond. New episode of Electric Enthusiasm. →
3 ways to improve your employees’ attitudes towards the company - positive sharing

3 ways to improve your employees’ attitudes towards the company

The attitude employees have towards the company is incredibly important. In this video I talk about why it matters and how to improve employees’ attitudes towards the organization and the huge role the CEO and upper management plays in this.
Viruses May Jump from Bats to People More Often Than Realized  - web md

Viruses May Jump from Bats to People More Often Than Realized

Scientists studying coronaviruses like the one that causes COVID-19 are taking blood samples from people in regions where there are lots of bats to estimate how often people encounter the viruses they carry.
web md - 1 week ago
Survey: 2/3 of Critical Care Nurses Consider Quitting Due to COVID-19  - web md

Survey: 2/3 of Critical Care Nurses Consider Quitting Due to COVID-19

The pandemic is taking even more of a toll on nurses than many realize. In a new survey, the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses found that out of 6,000 critical care nurses surveyed, 66% have considered leaving their jobs because of the pandemic.
web md - 1 week ago
How Black Women Have Fought the HIV Epidemic for Decades  - web md

How Black Women Have Fought the HIV Epidemic for Decades

The Black women members of the President’s Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) are far from the first to bring their expertise to the HIV epidemic, as Daniel Royles, PhD, an assistant professor of history at Florida International University, learned when he started working on a history of AIDS activism in Philadelphia.
web md - 1 week ago
Re-Aligned U.S. HIV Panel Works to Rebuild Community Bridges  - web md

Re-Aligned U.S. HIV Panel Works to Rebuild Community Bridges

In August, when Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine swore in eight new members to the President’s Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA), the U.S.’s most influential policy sounding board of people living with HIV, their clinicians, drug makers, and public health leaders, she was presiding over the largest group of HIV advisers since former President Donald Trump fired the entire membership in June 2017.
web md - 1 week ago
New Electric Enthusiasm episode: The Banjo… Loud, Fun And Sexy? - positive sharing

New Electric Enthusiasm episode: The Banjo… Loud, Fun And Sexy?

People have a TON of misconceptions about the banjo and often dismiss it as the instrument of hillbillies or rednecks. But did you know that it’s an instrument with a huge history and tradition that can be both loud, fun and… sexy? In the latest episode of our Electric Enthusiasm podcast we have a guest, … Continue reading New Electric Enthusiasm episode: The Banjo… Loud, Fun And Sexy? →
How Much Sugar Is Too Much Sugar? - my fitness pal

How Much Sugar Is Too Much Sugar?

Wondering how much sugar is too much sugar? Registered Dietitian Whitney English explains that it all depends on which type of sugar you’re consuming, natural or added. The post How Much Sugar Is Too Much Sugar? appeared first on MyFitnessPal Blog.
my fitness pal - 1 week ago
How a Snake Bite and Self-Love Motivated Dawn to Lose 100 Pounds - my fitness pal

How a Snake Bite and Self-Love Motivated Dawn to Lose 100 Pounds

Dawn Smith wasn’t happy about her weight. Watch how one wrong step put her on the path to a healthier life. The post How a Snake Bite and Self-Love Motivated Dawn to Lose 100 Pounds appeared first on MyFitnessPal Blog.
my fitness pal - 2 weeks ago
Want to See What COVID Strain You Have? The Government Says No  - web md

Want to See What COVID Strain You Have? The Government Says No

The country is dotted with labs that sequence the genomes of COVID-19 cases, and the CDC tracks those results. But federal rules say those results are not allowed to make their way back to patients or doctors.
web md - 2 weeks ago
Fatal Opioid ODs Keep Rising in Black Americans  - web md

Fatal Opioid ODs Keep Rising in Black Americans

Racial inequities in U.S. health care and social services -- as well as the spread of the powerful opioid fentanyl -- are a likely reasons for the continued increase in OD deaths among Black Americans.
web md - 2 weeks ago
New Tally Adds 16,000 Nursing Home Residents Lost to COVID  - web md

New Tally Adds 16,000 Nursing Home Residents Lost to COVID

A new study suggests COVID-19 in U.S. nursing homes appears grossly underestimated because federal guidelines did not require nursing homes to report cases and deaths until May 24, 2020 -- months after the pandemic began.
web md - 2 weeks ago
The most interesting woman in the world! - positive sharing

The most interesting woman in the world!

Oh you thought we were done?! Nope! We launched our podcast Electric Enthusiasm with a sweet two-for-one deal! In episode 2 Katie shares awesome stories about The Most Interesting Woman In The World: Ms. Josephine Baker. Did you know that she was not only a singer, dancer and entertainer but also a civil rights activist … Continue reading The most interesting woman in the world! →
FDA Moves to Block Some Vape Products, Delays Action on Juul  - web md

FDA Moves to Block Some Vape Products, Delays Action on Juul

The FDA has ordered millions of e-cigarette products off the public market while saying it needs more time to review vape products sold by leading retailers like Juul, the country’s largest e-cigarette maker.
web md - 2 weeks ago
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Prescriptions for Fruits and Vegetables a Blossoming Program

Prescriptions for Fruits and Vegetables a Blossoming Program

web md - 2 months ago
farmer's market

The premise is simple: A health care provider or a health insurance plan provides a ''prescription" for produce. Patients redeem it at a local farmer's market, grocery store, or a community-based sponsoring organization.

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