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- Washington Examiner
A leading critic of the National Institutes of Health contends the federal agency “put at risk” U.S. public health and national security by funding a bat coronavirus research project by EcoHealth Alliance.
- Good Housekeeping
Hoda Kotb and Olivia Newton-John opened up about breast cancer in a 'Today' interview. “We’re sisters,” Newton-John said of their shared breast cancer battle.
- The Telegraph
Duchess of Cornwall on mother’s osteoporosis: ‘If you don’t take care, that’s what will happen to you’
The Duchess of Cornwall has disclosed that she makes her grandchildren look at photos of her mother to warn them to look after themselves and avoid osteoporosis.
- Charlotte Observer
A dozen CMS employees who worked in the Smith Family Center have reportedly been diagnosed with cancer.
Warren Higgs, 54, lives with Polycystic Kidney Disease, and his kidneys grew so big they crushed his heart, lungs, and stomach.
Namibia will suspend the rollout of Russia's Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine, its health ministry said on Saturday, days after the drugs regulator in neighbouring South Africa flagged concerns about its safety for people at risk of HIV. Regulator SAHPRA decided not to approve an emergency use application for Sputnik V for now because some studies suggested that administration of vaccines using the Adenovirus Type 5 vector - which Sputnik V does - can lead to higher susceptibility to HIV in men.
- Eating Well
For many of us, the idea of making breakfast every day can be a little overwhelming. And as a dietitian on a budget, getting takeout every morning isn't in the cards for me either. But having a healthy, filling breakfast doesn't have to take a lot of time.
- NBC News
NBC News investigated the factors driving Britain's surge and the lessons that can be gleaned from the country's experience of vaccinating and reopening early.
- The Conversation
Exercising too much, too hard can lead not only to burnout but sometimes to a serious condition that can harm the kidneys. Thayut Sutheeravut/Shutterstock.comEvery 365.25 days, when the Earth completes a full orbit around the Sun, we humans have the opportunity to hit the reset button and become fitter, finer versions of ourselves. As usual for January, social media is humming with advice on how to eat better, exercise regularly, lose weight and remain healthy. We feel particularly invincible at
"Last time I checked, everyone, regardless of their political persuasion, is coming down with this," the immunocompromised Fox News anchor said.
- Good Housekeeping
Suzanne Somers shares her thoughts on aging, says it's 'So Incredible,' and 'It takes a little bit of work. It’s about health, about shifting your thinking.'
- Yahoo Life SEA
According to a Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research report, “satisfying social relationships are essential for mental and physical well-being”.
- USA TODAY
People injured by many vaccines are covered by a generous government program, but COVID-19 injuries fall under a different, stingier program.
- LA Times
The FDA and CDC say it's OK to mix and match COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots, and in some cases it's preferred.
- NBC News
For many people with weakened immune systems, vaccines have not offered the same degree of relief and return to normalcy as they have for those with no underlying health conditions.
- USA TODAY
I see women every day fighting to survive cancer, but also the health care system. Having lived with cancer but no insurance, I know how they feel.
- Men's Health
YouTuber Mario Tomic shares his advice for maintaining fat loss through consistency in diet and exercise in a new video.
- Business Insider
The study, conducted by scientists from France, Germany, and Spain, found that "ghost vessels" are left behind after cells die due to COVID-19.
The National Institute of Health (NIH), the government agency that is responsible for biomedical and public health research, has said […] The post NIH funded research in Wuhan lab, unrelated to pandemic appeared first on TheGrio.
- Washington Post
Jennifer Lopez, 58, had jumped at the chance to get the Johnson & Johnson vaccine last March, but soon began feeling regret when data showed it might be less effective than other coronavirus vaccines. So, when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention signed off on booster shots Thursday night for all Johnson & Johnson recipients who had gone two months since their shot, Lopez wasted no time seeking one out.Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter for the most important and interesting stories