Communities:

Community: Health

27 members • 5619 posts • 1 posts today

Health topics, ask questions, post health news and articles.

Start joining communities and build your own posts feed based on personal interests.
Time:
View:

The WHN announcement comes ahead of WHO meeting to be held on 23 June to decide on their monkeypox outbreak designation. Even with death rates much lower than smallpox, unless actions are taken to stop the ongoing spread—actions that can be practically implemented—millions of people will die and many more will become blind and disabled, it said.

World Health Network declares Monkeypox a pandemic | Mint

People who received at least one influenza vaccine were 40% less likely than their non-vaccinated peers to develop Alzheimer’s disease over the ...


The Food and Drug Administration rejected Juul's application to sell its e-cigarettes in the U.S.

FDA bans Juul e-cigarettes as U.S. cracks down on nicotine products

The brand's curiously cryptic social response to the potentially tainted food has angered some. Here's everything you need to know.


Polio has been detected in sewage samples in the British capital, the first sign since the 1980s that the virus could be spreading in the country.


KavaLavaSava_5478_90mimb_bdfd917b3078f8f02db9409f27393f5e_8649b433_540


A tidal wave of chronic illness could leave millions of people incrementally worse off.

Long COVID Could Be a 'Mass Deterioration Event' - The Atlantic

People who cannot stand on one leg for 10 seconds are found to be almost twice as likely to die within 10 years

Balancing on one leg may be useful health test in later life, research suggests | Health | The Guardian

A WHO expert has stressed that anyone can catch the disease and the cause of the current widespread outbreak is unknown.


A new study predicts the changing climate will provide increased opportunities for the spread of novel viruses.


The benefits of exercise in a pill? Science is now closer to that goal. Researchers have identified a molecule in the blood that is produced during exercise and can effectively reduce food intake and obesity in mice. The discovery improves our understanding of the physiological processes that und

Major Scientific Breakthrough Toward the Benefits of Exercise in a Pill

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued guidance for those considering sexual activity in an age of monkeypox.

CDC Issues 'Safer Sex and Monkeypox' Directives

A mom was shocked when her 2-year-old son began to show signs of puberty. Doctors explained that he'd been exposed to his father's testosterone gel.


Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis said Thursday that he won't facilitate their distribution but that the shots will be available to people who want them.

Florida only state not preordering COVID-19 vaccines for young children | PBS NewsHour

Story at a glance The American Medical Association is expanding its policies in a rebuttal to states that have enacted strict abortion bans.  The leading medical association will expand legal …

American Medical Association declares abortion bans 'violation of human rights' – The Hill

The latest Office for National Statistics figures suggest a rise in Covid cases across England and Northern Ireland since the start of June, driven by BA.4 and BA.5 Omicron strains

New Covid wave explained as virus now 'more dangerous' and top 3 UK hotspots revealed - Mirror Online

A daily habit of drinking sugary drinks like sodas may be linked to higher risk of liver cancer because of side effects from added sugar.


Life-threatening conditions can develop or be exacerbated during pregnancy — and childbirth itself is high risk for some patients, they say.

Are abortions ever medically necessary? Wisconsin doctors say yes. - WisconsinWatch.org

Study authors hope to turn it into a medication that may even replace the need to go to the gym.


The World Health Organization announced that officials are working to rename the monkeypox virus after a group of scientists called the moniker "discriminatory and stigmatizing."

World Health Organization Will Rename Monkeypox, Citing Racism - Washington Free Beacon

1
2  
3  
4  
5  
6  
7  
8  
9  
10  

Explore more content:



About Us:
AnySubj.com - is a social sharing network. Share your favorite news, videos, posts with our users. Participate in discussions on any topic, ask questions and read answers. Vote for posts and comments.

Cookies:
We use cookies to improve the efficiency and quality of our service, to customize content and advertisements, analyse our web traffic. Read more in our privacy policy...

Join 326,383 users who love sharing awesome content!

Follow your interests • Join the conversation • Find new friends