Five things to know about long-term COVID

Five things to know about long-term COVID

The number of cases of COVID-19 is growing again – and some of them could lead to a condition known as long-term COVID, which brings with it countless symptoms that can seriously affect a patient’s life. Research on long-term COVID remains thin, and as a result, its prevalence, definition, and treatment are uncertain. Signs of … Read more

SIDS remains a tragic mystery, despite claims that the ’cause’ has been found

SIDS remains a tragic mystery, despite claims that the ’cause’ has been found

Photo: Andrew Wong (Getty Images) Last week, numerous headlines and posts on social media announced that scientists had finally found the “cause” of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Unfortunately, the reality is a little more complicated. Although research could one day lead to important discoveries in predicting or treating this destructive syndrome, the findings are … Read more

Mississippi is the fattest place in America, the report shows

Mississippi is the fattest place in America, the report shows

Mississippi is the fattest country in America, with two out of five adults obese or morbidly obese, the report said on Tuesday amid growing health warnings in the country. Telephone surveys of more than 400,000 people across the country showed that the state of Magnolia has the highest obesity rate, followed by West Virginia and … Read more

Conspiracy theorists are rushing to the bird flu, spreading lies

Conspiracy theorists are rushing to the bird flu, spreading lies

Brad Molin, the fourth generation of Iowa turkey farmers, has seen this before. In 2015, an epidemic of virulent bird flu nearly wiped out his flock. The barns that were once filled with chattering birds suddenly fell silent. Employees were upset that they had to kill sick animals. The family business, started in 1924, was … Read more

Young adults with prediabetics may be at higher risk of heart attack: Report

Young adults with prediabetics may be at higher risk of heart attack: Report

NEWNow you can listen to Fox News articles! A new study from the American Heart Association (AHA) has revealed a potential link between prediabetes and heart attack. The non-profit organization for cardiovascular health issued a press release about its “preliminary” findings on Monday, May 16, and noted that the entire paper will be published in … Read more

Hearing loss is an early symptom of Parkinson’s disease – the best life

Hearing loss is an early symptom of Parkinson’s disease – the best life

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a progressive movement disorder that affects the nervous system. Currently, nearly a million Americans live with the condition, and 60,000 new cases are diagnosed each year. The symptoms of this disorder usually begin subtly, gradually worsen over time and are often ignored until more severe signs develop. Read on to find … Read more

Omicron disease protects vaccinated individuals from a wide range of variants better than boosters, studies show

Omicron disease protects vaccinated individuals from a wide range of variants better than boosters, studies show

With Omicron subvariants causing a jump in COVID cases across the country, two new studies offer little consolation for vaccinated individuals suffering from penetrating infections. Infection leaves you with protection that may be more effective than that offered by other boosters. One study was conducted by the German biotechnology company BioNTech SE, and the other … Read more