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15 Jul

HealthDay Now: Insulin Access

As the American Diabetes Association celebrated the 100th anniversary of the discovery of insulin, HealthDay spoke to to Dr. Robert Gabbay, chief scientific and medical officer of the group. Dr. Gabbay shared his thoughts on how to make insulin affordable and accessible to everyone who needs it.

13 Jul

Athletes Face Twice the Odds for Atrial Fibrillation, Study Finds

Athletes are much more likely than non-athletes to experience irregular heart rhythms, researchers say.

12 Jul

Your Job Could Put You at Much Higher Risk for the Flu

Working in sales, education and the health industry may up your odds of catching the flu, researchers say.

U.S. to Stick With International Travel Restrictions

U.S. to Stick With International Travel Restrictions

The rapid spread of the highly contagious Delta variant around the world means that the United States will continue with COVID-19 international travel restrictions for now, a White House official said Monday.

The Delta variant now accounts for 83% of all U.S. coronavirus cases, according to the

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  • Major Medical Groups Call for Mandatory COVID Vaccination for Health Workers

    Major Medical Groups Call for Mandatory COVID Vaccination for Health Workers

    All health care workers should be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19, dozens of major U.S. medical groups said in a joint statement released Monday.

    "Due to the recent COVID-19 surge and the availability of safe and effective vaccines, our health care organizations and societies advocate that all health care and long-term care empl...

    Worry, Depression, Burnout: Survey Finds College Students Stressed as Fall Term Nears

    Worry, Depression, Burnout: Survey Finds College Students Stressed as Fall Term Nears

    Like many of her peers, Ohio State University engineering student Mary Trabue spent much of the pandemic taking classes online. And she was struggling.

    "I don't know what was wrong, but I just felt tired all the time because I wasn't sleeping," she said. "And I knew I couldn't continue down that path."

    Whether a question of COVI...

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    • July 26, 2021
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    Worried About Delta-Linked 'Breakthrough' Infections? Experts Explain the Risks

    Worried About Delta-Linked 'Breakthrough' Infections? Experts Explain the Risks

    Even if they're fully vaccinated against COVID-19, certain people may need to take extra precautions to prevent "breakthrough" infections with the highly transmissible Delta variant, experts say.

    The Delta variant is causing most of the new COVID cases in the United States, and older people and those with immune-compromising conditions ma...

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    • July 26, 2021
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    Can COVID Transmit Easily on Crowded School Buses?

    Can COVID Transmit Easily on Crowded School Buses?

    MONDAY, July 26, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- New research offers some reassuring news for parents of kids returning to school soon: The risk of acquiring COVID-19 on the school bus is very low when proper precautions are taken.

    With open windows, mandated masking and two kids per seat, there was no transmission of the new c...

    • Denise Mann HealthDay Reporter
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    • July 26, 2021
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    Cleaning Up the Air Could Help Prevent Alzheimer's

    Cleaning Up the Air Could Help Prevent Alzheimer's

    Air pollution causes you to gasp and wheeze. Smog puts strain on your hearts and inflames your lungs.

    Could dirty air also be costing you your brain health?

    A trio of new studies finds that air quality appears linked to a risk of thinking declines and dementia, and bad air might even promote toxic brain proteins that are a hallmark o...

    • Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter
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    • July 26, 2021
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