NSAIDs Don't Make COVID-19 Worse in Hospitalized Patients
In a British study, hospitalized patients didn't fare worse if they'd taken NSAIDs regularly before admission. Medscape Medical News
2 hours ago - Medscape - 6 articles
One Indian hospital saw 100 patients die after taking the covid vaccine
As many as 100 patients reportedly died at Ahmedabad's Civil Hospital in India after taking their first or second dose of a “vaccine” for the Wuhan coronavirus. Just at this...
3 hours ago - Natural News - 6 articles
Latest Trends in the Management of Pulmonary Embolism
Following clinical management of cancer-associated VTE in the hospital, direct oral anticoagulant therapy at discharge is your starting point, except in cases of intact luminal...
4 hours ago - Medscape
COVID Experience Underscores 'Vital' Role of Hospital Medicine
One thing should bring a sense of clarity to hospitalists - they are needed now more than ever. Medscape Medical News
5 hours ago - Medscape
Home Fortification of Complementary Foods Reduces Anemia and Diarrhea among Children Aged 6-18 Months in Bihar, India: A Large-Scale Effectiveness Trial
ABSTRACTBackgroundHome fortification of complementary foods with multiple micronutrient powders is recommended to reduce child anemia in resource-poor settings. However...
6 hours ago - Nutrition - 3 articles
French gastro surveillance marked by COVID-19 and large outbreak
France has recorded a historic decrease in acute gastroenteritis that public health officials have linked to measures in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. Following the first...
14 hours ago - Food Safety
Investigators identify organic produce as possible source for E. coli outbreak
Organic produce has tentatively been determined to be behind an E. Coli O157 outbreak that has sickened children in the Seattle-King County area in Washington. All of the...
14 hours ago - Food Safety
Utah teenager hospitalized for deadly blood clots following covid vaccine
Everest Romney, a 17-year-old basketball player from Draper, Utah, near Salt Lake City, was admitted to the hospital the other day after suffering deadly blood clots following...
14 hours ago - Natural News
Effect of nutritional and physical exercise intervention on hospital readmission for patients aged 65 or older: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
Unplanned readmission may result in consequences for both the individual and society. The transition of patients from hospital to postdischarge settings often represents a...
15 hours ago - International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity - 2 articles
Revisit of ISCHEMIA Bolsters Conservative Message in Stable CAD
A prespecified patient-focused reassessment of the influential trial based on 'days alive out of hospital' saw an early advantage for the conservative vs invasive strategy that...
18 hours ago - Medscape
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Methodology for altering omega-3 EPA+DHA and omega-6 linoleic acid as...
Increasing dietary intake of n-3 EPA+DHA and lowering dietary n-6 LA is under investigation as a therapeutic diet for improving chronic pain syndromes as well as other health...
The Anxious History of Understanding Cortisol
How a mysterious World War II myth and the dogged tenacity of adrenal researchers led to our understanding of cortisol. Medscape Medical News
SGIM Annual Meeting Focuses on Inclusivity
SGIM meeting Chair Rita Lee, MD, said she hoped that this year's event will allow attendees an opportunity to 'celebrate the incredible strengths and diverse voices of our...
Keynote speaker covers roles of food safety staff during pandemic
Food safety professionals were already “in the belly of the beast” before the coronavirus pandemic hit and they continue to be in the hot seat, according to Craig Wilson of...
Habit Stacking Microworkouts (aka Working Out Without Having to Think About It)
The beauty of microworkouts is that you can do them virtually anywhere with minimal time investment, and the cumulative training effect really adds up... if you remember to do...
Opioid Addiction Meds May Curb Rising Kratom Dependence
Medications typically used to treat opioid use disorder may also be effective for the growing public health problem of kratom addiction, new research shows. Medscape Medical News
Low-Fat Diet Upped Quality of Life in Ulcerative Colitis
Data suggest that even patients in remission could benefit from a healthier diet. Medscape Medical News
America's Frontline Doctors warn that covid vaccinated can transmit "spike...
In the live experiment currently being conducted on humanity, it doesn't matter whether you are in the vaccinated group or the unvaccinated control group. No one will remain...
NIH Vaccine Designer Takes Coronavirus Research to Harvard
Corbett, 35, helped lead the NIH's development of the COVID-19 vaccine made by Moderna. Associated Press
Power Outages Are Increasing. Can Medical Equipment Users Adapt?
Millions of Americans rely on electricity to power their medical equipment. What happens when the power goes out? Undark