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Avian Influenza, H5N8, Spreading Rapidly In Europe, What To Do About The Bird Flu

Nov 30, 2020 , Forbes
Multiple European countries, including Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, have already reported outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI)...
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Fauci says Christmas and New Year’s restrictions will be necessary due to holiday coronavirus wave

Nov 30, 2020 , CNBC Health
As the U.S. heads into a difficult period of the pandemic, Fauci urged Americans to take virus mitigation steps "short of locking...
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Northwestern University Has Developed An AI System That Helps Detect Covid-19 On Chest X-Rays

Nov 30, 2020 , Forbes
This could potentially act as a rapid screening and triage...
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Oregon Mink Farm Has Covid-19 Coronavirus Outbreak

Nov 30, 2020 , Forbes
After massive culls of minks because of SARS-CoV2 and "mink zombies" seemingly rising from their graves in Denmark, this is the latest in a line of bad mink news....
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Los Angeles Issues New Restrictions With Covid-19 Surging

Nov 30, 2020 , Forbes
Los Angeles County had 4,544 new reported Covid-19 cases, 24 Covid-19-related deaths, and 1,893 Covid-19-related hospitalizations on Friday....
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How Covid’s Secrets Help Coronavirus Beat The Immune System

Nov 30, 2020 , Forbes
The secrets to the virus' success lies in its ability to suppress parts of your immune...
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China's vaccines may have 'appeal' in developing countries, economist says

Nov 30, 2020 , CNBC Health
Developing countries may have a long wait for a vaccine developed in the West, but there's always the option of turning to China , says an economist from...
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Scientists Are Starting To Better Understand How Space Travel Affects The Body

Nov 30, 2020 , Forbes
One key scientist states: “We've found a universal mechanism that explains the kinds of changes we see to the body in space, and in a place we didn't...
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When It Comes To Microplastics, Some Seafood May Be Riskier

Nov 30, 2020 , Forbes
If you eat lots of this type of seafood, you could be ingesting up to 11,000 microplastic particles each...
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7 Native American Inventions That Revolutionized Medicine And Public Health

Nov 30, 2020 , Forbes
November is a time of recognition for the substantial contributions the first Americans made to the establishment and growth of the U.S. And the world’s health practices-from preventative measures to administering medicine-owes much of its practices and innovations to ancestral peoples and...
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What’s The Difference Between Covid-19 Coronavirus Vaccines?

Nov 30, 2020 , Forbes
About 200 vaccines against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus are currently under...
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White House health advisor Birx hopes to brief Biden Monday on coronavirus response

Nov 30, 2020 , CNBC Health
Birx explained that in the past nine months the federal government has compiled detailed data used to track and measure the...
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‘Here I Am, As A Human, Doing The Best I Can’: Bridging The Gap Of Covid-19 Denial With Vulnerability

Nov 29, 2020 , Forbes
We often don't talk about emotions in medicine and even say we shouldn't show them. But, for Ashley Bartholomew, a registered nurse, crying in front of a patient who thought Covid-19 was no worse than the flu, helped him understand the reality. Can vulnerability bridge the misinformation...
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What Parents Need To Know About The Cognitive Impacts Of Covid-19

Nov 29, 2020 , Forbes
An accumulating body of research is finding cognitive delays associated with Covid-19....
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This Is Where Healthcare Leaders Are Investing Their Money

Nov 29, 2020 , Forbes
As with any legitimate industry that fosters growth, healthcare will inevitably continue to undergo dynamic transformation in the coming...
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Los Angeles Issues New Restrictions With Covid-19 Coronavirus Surging

Nov 29, 2020 , Forbes
Los Angeles County had 4,544 new reported Covid-19 cases, 24 Covid-19-related deaths, and 1,893 Covid-19-related hospitalizations on Friday....
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The New Silver Tsunami

Nov 29, 2020 , Forbes
Today's "silver tsunami" looks quite different from the one predicted 10 years ago. As more and more older adults fall into homelessness, there are few societal safeguards for...
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Combining Mixed Reality Tech With Brain Signals Could Improve Rehabilitative Medicine

Nov 29, 2020 , Forbes
A new headset and software platform allows researchers and developers of mixed reality programs the opportunity to incorporate biometric signals from the brain and body into their technology, something that has wide potential for use in rehabilitative...
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