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26 Feb

Very Low COVID-19 Rate Among Dental Hygienists

COVID-19 diagnoses among dental hygienists far below that of other health professionals, researchers say

25 Feb

Irregular Sleep Patterns Tied To Bad Moods and Depression

Variable wake-up and sleep times can increase a person's risk of depression symptoms over time, researchers say.

24 Feb

Heart Health and Brain Power Linked in Preschoolers

4-to-6-year-old children with higher heart-lung fitness perform better on intellectual tests, researchers say

Education Level Now Prime Driver of COVID Vaccine Hesitancy: Poll

Robert Preidt February 26, 2021

Education Level Now Prime Driver of COVID Vaccine Hesitancy: Poll

In the early weeks of the U.S. vaccine rollout, race looked like it would determine who was willing to get a shot in the arm, but education level now plays the most powerful role in that decision, new research shows.

More than three-quarters of adults with at least a bachelor's degree have been vaccinated or plan to be, compared to 53% of ... Full Page

Rheumatoid Arthritis Meds May Help Fight Severe COVID-19

Steven Reinberg February 26, 2021

Rheumatoid Arthritis Meds May Help Fight Severe COVID-19

Rheumatoid arthritis drugs may save lives of patients hospitalized with severe cases of COVID-19, according to a groundbreaking clinical trial.

The findings, first announced in January, have now been peer-reviewed and published in a major medical journal.

"We are delighted that our full results are now published after peer review. T... Full Page

AHA News: From Mild COVID-19 to Heart Failure in 4 Weeks – at Age 20

American Heart Association News February 26, 2021

AHA News: From Mild COVID-19 to Heart Failure in 4 Weeks – at Age 20

Madeline Neville tried her best to avoid catching COVID-19 while attending Temple University in Philadelphia.

In late October, she was visiting her parents near Scranton, Pennsylvania, when she learned one of her roommates had been exposed to the virus.

Madeline panicked, realizing that if the coronavirus had been passed along to her... Full Page

Mental Health 'Epidemic' Threatens Communities of Color Amid COVID-19

Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter February 26, 2021

Mental Health 'Epidemic' Threatens Communities of Color Amid COVID-19

Communities of color face a burgeoning wave of mental health problems as a result of how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way people interact and grieve, experts warn.

"We're about to have a mental health epidemic because of COVID," Vickie Mays, a professor of health policy and director of the UCLA Center on Research, Education, Train... Full Page

In Israel, Widespread Vaccination Slashes Severe COVID Cases in Older Patients

Ernie Mundell February 26, 2021

In Israel, Widespread Vaccination Slashes Severe COVID Cases in Older Patients

FRIDAY, March 26, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Israel is among the first nations in the world to have a majority of its citizens vaccinated against the new coronavirus. That effort may be already paying off, with rates of severe COVID-19 cases declining by two-thirds among Israelis over the age of 69, a new report finds.

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Expert Panel Set to Consider Approval of J&J COVID Vaccine

Ernie Mundell and Robin Foster HealthDay Reporters February 26, 2021

Expert Panel Set to Consider Approval of J&J COVID Vaccine

An advisory panel for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will spend Friday weighing whether a coronavirus vaccine made by Johnson & Johnson should be approved for emergency use.

The expert panel is expected to endorse the vaccine, meaning that the United States could have a third vaccine at its disposal as early as Saturday, Th... Full Page

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