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Immune-Compromised Patient with Long COVID Prone to Mutations!

An immuno-compromised individual with a year-and-a-half-long COVID infection reveals extensive coronavirus mutations, particularly in the spike protein, indicating the virus's attempts to evade.

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COVID Severity in Elderly Linked to 100 Times More Virus in Nose Cells!

Elderly people have 100 times more COVID virus in their nose cells in the early days of infection compared to younger adults; this.

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ALERT: CDC Warns of Counterfeit Botox Causing Serious Illness

The CDC is investigating botulism-like illnesses linked to cosmetic injections in non-medical settings, raising concerns about counterfeit Botox.

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Millions Lose Medicaid Coverage, Cost Cited as Biggest Hurdle!

The survey reveals challenges faced by Americans losing Medicaid coverage during the pandemic, highlighting barriers to obtaining health insurance.

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ALARMING: Climate Change is Tied to Rising Stroke Deaths in the US

Research suggests that climate-related temperature shifts may be contributing to a significant increase in stroke-related deaths, particularly in older populations and areas with.

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BREAKING: AI Blood Test May Detect Silent Killer – Ovarian Cancer!

A new study finds AI analysis of blood DNA fragments combined with existing markers holds promise for a highly accurate early detection test.

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Stopping Aspirin After Stent Procedure Reduces Bleeding Risk by 50%: Study

Heart attack patients with stents should stop low-dose aspirin a month after the procedure to reduce bleeding risk without increasing adverse events.

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BREAKTHROUGH: New Vaccine Developed to Target Side-Effects of Xylazine

Scientists have developed a vaccine that cancels out the harm from Xylazine, an illegal drug ingredient, and subsequently prevents overdoses from happening.

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77 Percent Increase in Cancer Cases by 2050, Due to Aging Population!

The number of cancer cases is likely to increase by 77 percent by the year 2020, which will be high because of the.

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Six-fold risk of obesity linked to two types of rare genes!

A recent study identifies genetic mutations in BSN and APBA1 genes that significantly increase obesity risk, shedding new light on appetite regulation.

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