CDC loses chief infectious disease expert, Sherif Zaki, to accident - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Dr. Sherif Zaki, CDC's infectious disease detective, dies at 65

Published At: 2021-11-26T22:39:42Z

Mark Woolsey

Virginia Reports First Child Death from MIS-C, Illness Linked to COVID-19 - NBC4 Washington

A child in Virginia has died from a serious syndrome linked to COVID-19, known as MIS-C, marking the first reported death from the illness in the state.

Published At: 2021-11-26T21:50:27Z

Clara Garcia

Covid vaccine: Woman who died was 'wrongly diagnosed' - BBC News

Michelle Barlow suffered blood clots, but was initially diagnosed with gastroenteritis, an inquest hears.

Published At: 2021-11-26T16:59:27Z

Doctor who survived testicular cancer TWICE and suffered cardiac arrest becomes a viral TikTok star - Daily Mail

Will Flanary, 36, who is an ophthalmologist from Oregon, gained more than one million followers on TikTok. Although his account is filled with laughter, things have not been easy for him.

Published At: 2021-11-26T16:10:38Z

Lillian Gissen

Early signs of dementia - the six things to look out for - Daily Express

DEMENTIA care and treatment are made much easier if you get an early diagnosis. Here are the top six signs of early dementia.

Published At: 2021-11-26T15:30:00Z

Izzie Deibe

COVID-19: Vitamin D may be able to 'switch off' lung inflammation - Medical News Today

A new study reveals the mechanism of how vitamin D may help to combat the hyper-inflammation caused by immune cells in COVID-19.

Published At: 2021-11-26T14:48:52Z

Yasemin Nicola Sakay

CDC warns about rising flu cases in children, young adults - NBC News

The CDC issued a flu advisory Wednesday after rising cases among children and young adults.

Published At: 2021-11-26T14:15:00Z

Berkeley Lovelace Jr., Kaitlin Sullivan

You got your COVID booster, but how long will it last? Experts weigh in - San Francisco Chronicle

As more people get additional COVID-19 vaccine shots, a big question looms in the...

Published At: 2021-11-26T14:12:20Z

Kellie Hwang

A Weekly Dose of Red Light Might Improve Aging Eyesight, Study Finds - Gizmodo

People given the low-cost therapy in the morning performed noticeably better on tests of their color vision.

Published At: 2021-11-26T14:00:00Z

Ed Cara

Diabetes: These seeds rich in antioxidants can lower blood sugar spikes by 35 per cent - Times Now

Diabetes risk and management depend on a diet – studies stress on a high-protein and low-carbohydrate diet for better blood glucose levels. However, there are some foods that can particularly add the wow factor to blood sugar management in diabetes patients.

Published At: 2021-11-26T11:50:00Z

Times Now Digital

Alarming number of infants have drug-resistant HIV - RT

Levels of HIV drug resistance are on the rise and a new approach is urgently needed. Nearly half of all infants diagnosed with the virus are resistant to intervention, figures just published by the World Health Organization show.

Published At: 2021-11-26T11:10:00Z


High cholesterol: The sign in your face that could be indicative of advanced damage - Daily Express

THE BAD reputation of bad cholesterol is mainly attributable to its clogging effect on the arteries. As the arteries narrow, blood carrying key nutrients struggles to reach the vital organs. Unfortunately, high cholesterol does not produce symptoms. Further d…

Published At: 2021-11-26T07:04:00Z

Solen Le Net

Diabetes type 2: Best diet for lowering rising blood sugars says new study – what to eat - Daily Express

DIABETES type 2 is a condition synonymous with rising blood sugars which occur with the foods and diet consumed. In a latest study, the best diet to help target these rising blood sugars was discovered.

Published At: 2021-11-26T04:33:00Z

Jessica Knibbs

Plant-based meat substitutes often packed with salt, research shows - Daily Mail

Plant-based sausages, meatballs and other alternatives to meat are often excessively high in salt, according to researchers from Queen Mary University of London.

Published At: 2021-11-26T01:38:00Z

Colin Fernandez

Peoria family thankful as boy begins recovery from rare, serious COVID-19 symptom - FOX 10 News Phoenix

As the number of new COVID-19 cases continue to remain high, more children are experiencing a rare and potentially life-threatening symptom.

Published At: 2021-11-26T01:03:54Z

Nicole Garcia

If You Notice Leg Pain at Night, Get a Blood Test, Doctors Warn - Best Life

If you ever notice leg pain after you go to bed at night, you should make an appointment to speak with your doctor as soon as possible

Published At: 2021-11-26T00:07:05Z

Zachary Mack

No-needle COVID-19 vaccine trials begin with help from 'special' participants and dogs - WLWT Cincinnati

Research is underway on a new no-needle vaccine that scientists believe has the potential to be better than injected vaccines.

Published At: 2021-11-25T22:37:00Z

Brian Hamrick

High blood pressure: The sign on your face of the ‘silent killer’ - Daily Express

HIGH blood pressure, also known as hypertension, can lead to serious health problems including heart attacks and strokes. Dubbed as a 'silent killer' because of its rarely noticeable symptoms, the only way to find out for sure is to have your levels checked. …

Published At: 2021-11-25T22:20:26Z

Diana Buntajova

Where Travis County stands as CDC issues flu advisory -

With many gathering for the holidays armed with their COVID-19 booster shots, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging people to also get their flu shots.

Published At: 2021-11-25T19:06:15Z

Daniel Marin

Alzheimer's: Exercise may protect cognition by reducing inflammation - Medical News Today

A new study in older adults reports that physical activity may protect cognitive function by reducing inflammation.

Published At: 2021-11-25T18:00:48Z

Deep Shukla