Michigan reported 27,705 new cases of COVID, 76 deaths last week

Michigan reported 27,705 new cases of COVID, 76 deaths last week

DETROIT – Michigan reported 27,705 new cases of COVID-19 and 76 deaths related to the virus last week. Wednesday’s update brings the total number of confirmed COVID cases in Michigan to 2,472,596, including 36,140 deaths. These numbers are higher than 2,444,891 cases and 36,064 deaths since last Wednesday, including confirmed and probable cases. The rate … Read more

What you can and can’t do to overcome the lack of infant formula, experts say

What you can and can’t do to overcome the lack of infant formula, experts say

The doctor from California received phone calls, emails and messages on social networks – not only from her patients, but also from families across the United States – along with photos of empty store shelves that once contained baby formula. “It’s scary for these moms and their babies, and it’s becoming a real problem,” Altmann … Read more

This year’s weird flu season has gotten even weirder

This year’s weird flu season has gotten even weirder

Photo: Christopher Radder / Reformer of Brattleboro (AP) Even as covid-19 continues to dominate public health reflectorour old friend the flu occurs in some new surprises. This annual flu season doesn’t follow the usual bell pattern, like NBC graphics illustrates where cases peak around January and February, and then fall until the end of April. … Read more

Aspirin, ibuprofen and other painkillers ‘may actually worsen agony’

Aspirin, ibuprofen and other painkillers ‘may actually worsen agony’

Taking aspirin and ibuprofen as painkillers could be completely pointless, the study suggests. Experts have now warned that cheap drugs can actually leave patients in agony for longer. The findings call into question the conventional practice of treating pain with anti-inflammatory drugs, which are taken by millions around the world. Researchers today praised the “excellent” … Read more

Less than a third of Americans remain concerned about COVID-19, Gallup poll shows

Less than a third of Americans remain concerned about COVID-19, Gallup poll shows

Americans are beginning to worry less about the COVID-19 pandemic, even as the number of cases begins to rise again in some parts of the country, and White House officials warn that the country could expect difficult autumn and winter months. A Gallup poll released on Wednesday found that only 31 percent of Americans said … Read more

Putin was seen with spots on his cheeks after skipping a hockey game

Putin was seen with spots on his cheeks after skipping a hockey game

Questions about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s health continued to swirl on Wednesday as he missed his beloved annual ice hockey game – instead appearing in a video with mysterious traces on his face. Putin withdrew from the Night Hockey League game in which he was “expected” to compete and sent a video message while he … Read more

Ukrainians stop Russian gas at one hub, making gains in the east

Ukrainians stop Russian gas at one hub, making gains in the east

ZAPORIZHZHE, Ukraine (AP) – Ukraine on Wednesday cut off Russian natural gas supplies through a hub that feeds European homes and stoves, while the Kiev military claimed it had made some gains in fierce battles near a key city in the country’s northeast. In 11 weeks, war it took place on battlefields in Ukrainian cities … Read more

Why Covid-19 booster vaccines may be more important than ever

Why Covid-19 booster vaccines may be more important than ever

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, less than half of eligible Americans — only about a third of the U.S. population — received their first dose. Only about 10 million people have received a second reactor, which is approved for people over the age of 50, along with those aged 12 … Read more

Pregnant women who received Covid vaccine 15% LESS to suffer from stillbirth, reveals “soothing” study

Pregnant women who received Covid vaccine 15% LESS to suffer from stillbirth, reveals “soothing” study

Pregnant women who have been vaccinated against Covid have a “significantly” lower chance of experiencing stillbirth compared to those who have not been vaccinated, research shows. There have been widespread safety concerns about stab wounds among expectant mothers, making them one of the least vaccinated groups in the country. Their fears were captured by anti-waq … Read more

The GOP fears that the far-right candidate will be the candidate for the PA governor

The GOP fears that the far-right candidate will be the candidate for the PA governor

HARIZBURG, Pennsylvania (AP) – Six days before the Pennsylvania primary, Republicans are openly worried that a leading candidate in the GOP’s packed field for governor will be unelected in the fall general election . Doug Mastriano, 58, a state senator since 2019 and a retired U.S. military colonel, is running to the right of the … Read more