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    1. This Anti-Inflammatory Ingredient Proves That Food Really Is Medicine

      This Anti-Inflammatory Ingredient Proves That Food Really Is Medicine

      When you think of ginger, what comes to mind? A refreshing, paradise-inspired smoothie ? A summer afternoon sipping freshly squeezed lemonade ? In some cases, homemade apple pie and crackly, chewy gingersnap cookies paint the palate. Whatever your vibe, ginger is as versatile as it is functional. Although June is underway, ginger deserves year-round applause. Ginger deserves just as much love as our other summer staples: basil and mint .

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    2. "That’s just part of aging": Long COVID symptoms are often overlooked in seniors

      "That’s just part of aging": Long COVID symptoms are often overlooked in seniors

      Lifting his clothes, raising his arms, arranging items in his closet leave Bell short of breath and often trigger severe fatigue. He walks with a cane, only short distances. He's 50 pounds lighter than when the virus struck. Bell, 70, is among millions of older adults who have grappled with long COVID — a population that has received little attention even though research suggests seniors are more likely to develop the poorly understood condition than younger or middle-aged adults.

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    3. Holistic medicine and its health benefits

      Holistic medicine and its health benefits

      Holistic medicine is based on healing through the natural healing powers that our body possesses, the way in which tissues interact with each other and even the influence of the environment on it. Within holistic therapies are acupuncture, decoding, reiki, floral medicine, aromatherapy, among many others. Each of these has its own characteristics and specific procedures and are used as a complementary medicine to the well-known traditional medicine.

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    4. DANGER! Drugs for erectile dysfunction increase the risk of serious eye diseases by more than 80%

      DANGER! Drugs for erectile dysfunction increase the risk of serious eye diseases by more than 80%

      A study carried out by researchers at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada, published this Thursday, (7), in the scientific journal JAMA Ophthalmology, showed that the continuous use of drugs for erectile dysfunction - such as Viagra, Cialis, Levitra and Stendra \u2013 increases the risk of serious eye diseases by up to 85%, which can even lead to blindness.

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    5. Advances in Pancreatic Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

      Advances in Pancreatic Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

      Twenty years ago, getting a pancreatic cancer diagnosis was very often devastating. The cancer usually wasn’t caught until later stages, partly because the pancreas is tucked behind the stomach, making it hard to detect tumors. Plus, some of the warning signs — abdominal discomfort, back pain, unintended weight loss and fatigue — are easy to overlook or attribute to other conditions. And they often arise late in the game.

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      Mentions: Cancer tumor pain
    6. Bill Gates Is Releasing a New Book About How to Avoid Another Pandemic: Here's What We Know

      Bill Gates Is Releasing a New Book About How to Avoid Another Pandemic: Here's What We Know

      Billionaire and now beloved author Bill Gates has announced his latest project in a new post on his blog aptly titled A Plan for No More Pandemics.

      “The last two years have caused unbelievable amounts of hardship around the world, and it’s not easy to feel optimistic when you’ve endured the misery that so many people have experienced,” Gates penned.

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    7. How to Make Sense of Omicron and Changing COVID Protocols

      How to Make Sense of Omicron and Changing COVID Protocols

      "The most likely time that you're going to be infectious is those 5 to 6 days. We ask that you mask afterwards, we ask that you remain diligent."

      "We have to be somewhat realistic about what people are willing and able to do," said Barocas, an associate professor of medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.

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    8. Unauthorized COVID-19 tests are popping up online. How to avoid getting scammed

      Unauthorized COVID-19 tests are popping up online. How to avoid getting scammed

      Unauthorized testing kits are popping up online as scammers try to take advantage of the demand for COVID-19 testing. Here’s what the Federal Trade Commission suggests to avoid falling for a scam: Only buy tests authorized by the FDA — you can find a list of those on the FDA’s website Check the FDA’s list of fraudulent COVID products to ensure the test you’re about to buy isn’t on there Look at a variety of sellers and compare reviews from expert sources If you do buy a testing kit online — use a credit card ...

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    9. Why do COVID-19 PCR and antigen tests produce different results?

      Why do COVID-19 PCR and antigen tests produce different results?

      COVID-19 tests are in greater demand than ever, and new data about the Omicron variant can make picking and using different types of tests confusing.  Molecular tests for COVID-19, like the 'RT-PCR' technology used by many laboratories — known as PCR tests — are widely considered the 'gold standard' for spotting the most infections caused by SARS-CoV-2.

      By comparison, 'antigen' or 'lateral flow' tests, which can be done at home and return faster results, are less sensitive than PCR tests, but could be useful for identifying cases when people are likely to be contagious. One review last year estimated rapid antigen tests might only detect on average 75% of cases that PCR tests can spot, with antigen tests performing best in symptomatic people within the first week of their disease.

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    10. COVID-19 Quarantine and Isolation | CDC

      COVID-19 Quarantine and Isolation | CDC

      Isolation is used to separate people infected with COVID-19 from those who are not infected.

      People who are in isolation should stay home until it’s safe for them to be around others. At home, anyone sick or infected should separate from others, stay in a specific “sick room” or area, and use a separate bathroom (if available).

      To calculate your 10 full day isolation period, day 0 is your first day of symptoms. Day 1 is the first full day after your symptoms developed.

      If you test positive for COVID-19 and never develop symptoms, day 0 is the day of your positive viral test (based on the date you were tested) and day 1 is the first full day after your positive test. If you develop symptoms after testing positive, your 10-day isolation period must start over. Day 0 is your first day of symptoms. Day 1 is the ...

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    11. The New COVID Antiviral Pills: What You Need to Know

      The New COVID Antiviral Pills: What You Need to Know

      New antiviral pills for COVID-19 recently authorized for emergency use in high-risk people by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration should give doctors an easier means of keeping people out of the hospital.

      But the initial hype is giving way to reality, as doctors and public health officials grapple with the challenges of getting the Pfizer and Merck antiviral pills into the hands of those who need them most.

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    12. How will Biden’s COVID-19 test giveaway work?

      How will Biden’s COVID-19 test giveaway work?

      President Joe Biden says the federal government will buy half a billion COVID-19 rapid test kits and distribute them free of charge to people to use at home. But despite the high public demand for tests, it will still be several more weeks before these kits are available to be shipped. The administration is still working on details for how the program will work.

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    13. The staggering sum of money you can save if you quit smoking this New Year - how to quit

      The staggering sum of money you can save if you quit smoking this New Year - how to quit

      New Year is a big time for starting fresh hobbies and giving up old habits. Among one of the most popular New Year's resolutions is quitting smoking . Although this is undoubtedly beneficial for improving your health, it can also have a significant impact on your finances. Research by Caspian Insurance found that people could be saving more than £1,000 a year if they kick the habit - and that figure only accounts for people who smoke a maximum of five cigarettes a day.

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