Tech, supply hurdles leave Florida seniors struggling to get vaccinated against COVID-19
1 month ago - By Orlando Sentinel
Despite Gov. Ron DeSantis' insistence that seniors are Florida's top priority for COVID-19 vaccinations, plans to inoculate the state's oldest residents have failed many Central Florida elders. Like U.S. Air Force veteran George Hardy, soon to be 90, some have called the Orlando Sentinel looking for help.
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to take action against Big Tech censorship
1 month ago - By Natural News
The Republican governor of Florida has announced that his administration will look into Big Tech censorship. Gov. Ron DeSantis told an audience in Austin, Texas that Florida is considering ways to respond to technology firms' recent censorship. DeSantis stated that the role Big Tech companies play in the lives of Americans made the issue...
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Children's Hospitals Grapple With Young COVID 'Long Haulers'
"There's just no research there," she said. "Kids are not supposed to have this kind of condition." Kaiser Health News
New ASH Guidelines: VTE Prevention, Treatment in Cancer Patients
The American Society of Hematology has issued new guidelines on the use of thromboprophylaxis for ambulatory patients receiving cancer chemotherapy who are at low venous...
Researchers Approach Publishers About Errors in 31 Papers
What happened when a group of sleuths flagged more than 30 papers with a 'specific reagent error' for gene knockdown experiments? Retraction Watch
3 Stretches You Should Always Do After a Run to Help Ease IT Band Pain
Running is a great workout, but it can also be tough on your joints, especially if you aren't diligent about warming up before a run and cooling down after. In fact, if you...
RCPE Calls for Decriminalising Drug Possession
A new report from the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh advises that decriminalising drug possession. Medscape News UK
How One of the Most Advanced Fitness Trackers Monitors Your Health
Whoop, the performance device used by pro athletes and weekend warriors alike, uses these specific measures.
Regular Caffeine Consumption Tied to Reduced Brain Volume
Regular caffeine consumption appears to be tied to decreased gray matter volume, but only temporarily. Medscape Medical News
In the UK, 'Chemobus' Units Bring Cancer Treatment Close to Home
If Formula 1 racing teams could take high-tech motorhomes around the world for their drivers, why couldn't a cancer center take a similar rig into the countryside to treat...
More Competition for Docs as Insurers Boost New Telehealth Plans?
Will primary care physicians face additional competition as insurers promote a new kind of plan based on telehealth? The trend raises questions about what primary care is and...
Watch What Happened When a Calisthenics Athlete Spent 30 Days Growing...
Michael Woerdman breaks down the progress he made after a month of changing his diet and training.