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05 Aug

Smoggy Air May Trigger Sinusitis, Study Finds.

People exposed to higher levels of fine particulate matter are at increased risk of chronic sinus infections and inflammation, researchers say.

04 Aug

More Americans Are Anemic Due to Changes in the American Diet, Study Finds

Iron-deficiency anemia is on the rise as people eat less beef and more chicken, researchers say.

03 Aug

No Sign COVID Raises Risk of Preterm Birth

Researchers in Canada find no increase in preterm births or stillbirths during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic

Father and Son Caught Up in Severe Blood Shortage Hitting U.S. Hospitals

Father and Son Caught Up in Severe Blood Shortage Hitting U.S. Hospitals

As June 28 approached, David Beverley had been "psyching himself up" for major surgery, as a lifesaving liver donor for his ailing 60-year-old father, Peter.

"But then they called us, literally the day before, and told us: 'We've got to stop this. We don't have any blood.'" the 32-year-old Utah resident said.

That's the moment w...

  • Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter
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  • August 5, 2021
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Moderna Vaccine's Protection Does Not Wane After 6 Months: Report

Moderna Vaccine's Protection Does Not Wane After 6 Months: Report

Moderna Inc. announced on Thursday that the potency of its vaccine does not dim in the first six months after the second dose.

The news came in a statement that contained little...

  • Ernie Mundell and Robin Foster HealthDay Reporters
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  • August 5, 2021
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Two PrEP Meds Work Equally Well; One Is Much Cheaper

Two PrEP Meds Work Equally Well; One Is Much Cheaper

The two HIV prevention drugs available in the United States are equally safe and effective, and the biggest difference between them is price, a new study contends.

However, a sizable minority of patients have switched from the older and cheaper "preexposure prophylaxis" (PrEP) formulation to the newer and much pricier one. In many cases th...

  • Ernie Mundell and Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporters
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  • August 5, 2021
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Gun Sales in Homes With Teens Rose During Pandemic

Gun Sales in Homes With Teens Rose During Pandemic

U.S. gun sales increased early in the COVID-19 pandemic, and many of those firearms ended up in homes with teens, researchers say.

"This finding is concerning because we know that the single biggest risk factor for adolescent firearm injuries is access to an unsecured firearm," said study co-author Dr. Patrick Carter. He is co-director of...

WHO Slams COVID-19 Booster Shots in Wealthy Nations

WHO Slams COVID-19 Booster Shots in Wealthy Nations

Wealthy nations shouldn't be giving COVID-19 vaccine booster shots to their citizens while poor nations struggle to get first doses of vaccines, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Wednesday.

The U.N. health organization called for a moratorium on booster shots until at least the end of September, even for the elderly, health care wor...

Time to Rethink Suicide Warnings on Labels for Anti-Seizure Meds?

Time to Rethink Suicide Warnings on Labels for Anti-Seizure Meds?

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 4, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Since 2008, anti-seizure drugs have carried a warning that they may increase users' suicide risk. But a new analysis finds no evidence of such a risk with newer medications.

Researchers found that five medications approved since 2008 showed no link to suicide risk among patient...

  • Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter
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  • August 4, 2021
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