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Archive for the ‘Preventative Medicine’ Category

Global COVID-19 prevention trial of hydroxychloroquine to resume – WNWN-FM

Tuesday, June 30th, 2020

Tuesday, June 30, 2020 3:17 a.m. EDT by Thomson Reuters By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - A global trial designed to test whether the anti-malaria drugs hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine can prevent infection with COVID-19 is to restart after being approved by British regulators.

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Virtual Health Partners Teams Up With GOLD’S GYM To Instantly Give Millions Better Health On Demand – Yahoo Finance

Tuesday, June 30th, 2020

Launches First-in-Kind Reimbursed Virtual Fitness Program for GO365 Members NEW YORK, June 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --Virtual Health Partners (VHP), an innovator in cost-effective virtual health and wellness solutions, and Gold's Gym, the world's trusted fitness authority, today announce the launch of their highly comprehensive live virtual fitness and nutrition programming and on-demand services to members ofGO365, a Humana brand, powered by Concierge Health's Connected Ecosystem. VHP empowers and incentivizes GO365 members to become more active and take control of their health and fitness goals by tracking participation and progress to achieve rewards. In partnership with Gold's Gym, VHP streamlines the home workout process by granting members exclusive on-demand classes, live workouts, nutrition, training tips, progress tracking, accountability groups, and 24/7 access to Gold's Gym fitness experts

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What causes sleep paralysis and how to reduce your risk – Business Insider India

Tuesday, June 30th, 2020

Sleep paralysis is the feeling of being unable to move when you're falling asleep or waking up. That's because people experiencing sleep paralysis are awake and alert, but unable to move their muscles. The condition is relatively common, says Gonzalo Laje, MD, director of Washington Behavioral Medicine Associates in Chevy Chase, Maryland

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On the road with Dr. Xavier Meaux – Jill Lopez

Tuesday, June 30th, 2020

Many veterinarians will agree that preventive care is the secret to keeping pets healthy and happy at all times.However, achieving this can prove to be a daunting task especially when your clients do not believe it to be true.It is for this reason that most veterinarians are looking forward to helping clients understand the significance of preventative healthcare and the value of making visits to the veterinarian.One professional who is already raising the bar of quality and service in veterinary medicine is Miamis Dr. Xavier Meaux.

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Developing the world’s first implantable blood pressure monitor – Medical Device Network

Tuesday, June 30th, 2020

]]> Verdict Medical Devices caught up with Vectorious medical director Dr Leor Perl to learn more about the V-LAP system. Credit: Vectorious The V-LAP is a miniature device of 2.5 millimetres in diameter which anchors to the interatrial septum

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‘Teamwork Makes the Dream Work’ behind the front lines with the Oswego County Health Department – NNY360

Tuesday, June 30th, 2020

OSWEGO Public health touches all levels of the community; from pre-natal health care to hospice care, from the food we eat to the water we drink, from rabies control to emergency preparedness. With a variety of programs focused on these issues and more, the Oswego County Health Department strives to promote good health and wellness practices and ensure that communities throughout the county are thriving

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Pandemic Response Week In Review – Vermilion Ohio – discoververmilion.org

Tuesday, June 30th, 2020

Throughout the past week, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine was joined by Lt.

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Roche announces new data at the ISTH 2020 Congress, demonstrating ongoing commitment to advancing care for people with haemophilia A – GlobeNewswire

Tuesday, June 30th, 2020

Basel, 29 June 2020 - Roche (SIX: RO, ROG; OTCQX: RHHBY) today announced that new data from its haemophilia A clinical programme will be presented at the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH) 2020 Congress on 12-14 July 2020. Data will include updated safety results from the phase IIIb STASEY study of Hemlibra (emicizumab) and new results from the phase III HAVEN 5 study of Hemlibra

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Rawlins native returns home to practice medicine | Hospitality & Tourism – Wyoming Business Report

Friday, June 26th, 2020

RAWLINS The MHCC Family Practice Clinic would like to introduce their newest provider, Dr. Gary Mikesell, D.O

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J&J presents Significant Progress in Myopia Screening and Education in APAC – BSA bureau

Friday, June 26th, 2020

Nearly 35,000 Children in the Asia Pacific Receive Eye Exams with Myopia Screening Johnson & Johnson Vision, a global leader in eye health and part of the Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, has announced new clinical research on Myopia progression in children and detailed significant child Myopia screening and education progress in the Asia Pacific region. The clinical research and public health programs are part of the comprehensive Myopia research collaboration with the Singapore Eye Research Institute (SERI) and Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC) launched in April 2019

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Medical Wellness Market Demand (2020-2027) | Covering Products, Financial Information, Developments, SWOT Analysis And Strategies | Market Expertz -…

Friday, June 26th, 2020

A research report on the Medical Wellness market has been presented by Market Expertz, offering an extensive analysis of the Global Medical Wellness Market where the readers can benefit from the complete market study with all the relevant information about the market. This is the latest report covering the current COVID-19 scenario

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Can people without symptoms spread COVID-19? Five questions answered about how the virus is spread | Opinion – pennlive.com

Friday, June 26th, 2020

Can people spread the coronavirus if they don't have symptoms? 5 questions answered about asymptomatic COVID-19 Screening for symptoms can catch some cases of COVID-19, but about people who are infected but not showing any symptoms

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What is dexamethasone? Is it effective vs COVID-19? – Philippine Star

Friday, June 26th, 2020

What is dexamethasone? Is it effective vs COVID-19?

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To slow the coronavirus death toll we may need to slow down ageing – Wired.co.uk

Friday, June 26th, 2020

Marco Bertorello via Getty Images In March, as Vadim Gladyshev shifted through the reams of data detailing the kinds of people who were more likely to fall victim to Covid-19, the Harvard biochemist started to wonder if we were thinking about the viral infection in the wrong way. In Europe, 95 per cent of those killed by the disease were aged 60 or over.

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13 diaper rash creams that *really* work – Motherly Inc.

Friday, June 26th, 2020

Although diaper rash is never something you want to deal with, odds are you've probably fought the good fight with this red, irritating and super common baby and toddler skin ailment more than once during your time as a mama. Almost every baby suffers through diaper rash at some point during their first few years of life. Prolonged wetness, friction and sensitive baby skin combine into a recipe for disaster when it comes to baby bums and, although generally harmless, diaper rash can be pretty painful and irritating for those little tushes

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Covid Organics: Malagasy potion and patronising West – Daily Sun

Friday, June 26th, 2020

Adebisi Tijani Throughout ages and millennia, human societies across the world have always had well-established indigenous healthcare systems that helped sustain life and their respective civilisations. It is, therefore, clear that no culture nor nation on earth has any monopoly over or exclusive rights to the application of pharmacology for the effective treatment of diseases. This draws from the fact that pharmacology has been a common therapeutic art of every culture on earth before the modern scientific wave of pharmaceutics

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Health department urges COVID-19 preventative measures upon returning to places of worship – Statesville Record & Landmark

Thursday, June 25th, 2020

Staff and congregants should stay home and not attend service if they have any symptoms like fever, cough or shortness of breath. If you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 infection, you should not leave your home until approved by your medical provider or the health department. If you are on home quarantine for 14 days because you have been in contact with someone with COVID-19 infection, you should not attend in-person worship services.

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If the Government Cared About HIV, PrEP Would Be Free – Rewire.News

Thursday, June 25th, 2020

This Pride Month,Rewire.Newsrecognizes that celebrating during the pandemic will look very different for many of us, which is why were putting together tools of resistance and hope to help us all survive (and even thrive)Pride 2020. When pre-exposure prophylaxisbetter known as PrEPhit the market in 2012, it was quickly recognized as a highly effective method for preventing HIV infections. So why isnt the life-saving medication free and accessible for all?

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Meet Fugaku, the New Fastest Computer in the World – Popular Mechanics

Thursday, June 25th, 2020

A Japanese supercomputer has taken the top prize in a renowned global speed competition for the first time since 2011, beating out the Chinese and American competitors that usually win. Fugaku, as the supercomputer is called, clocked in a score of 415.53 petaflops on the biannual Top500 List. To put that into context, a system capable of one-petaflop speed can perform one quadrillion "floating point operations," or computer arithmetic calculations

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Against the tide – craigmedred.news

Thursday, June 25th, 2020

On the same Monday in June, two studies emerged challenging most of what everyone thinks we know about the battle against the deadly pandemic SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, and both suggest a fundamental frailty in the way humans think: We are prejudiced by a desire to believe in human dominion over nature. That fundamental belief, the studies suggest, might have prejudiced conclusions that non-pharmaceutical efforts to contain the pandemic have been successful even though the evidence doesnt appear to support that conclusion. After modeling real-world data from 40 countries, professor Harald Walach from the Poznan University of Medical Sciences in Poland and German health consultant Stefan Hockertz concluded that little of what has been done to battle the disease to date has proven truly effective and some actions might have made things worse

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