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Are eggs unhealthy? Can you eat too many eggs?

Eggs are probably top of your shopping list, but you might have been told to watch your intake over the…

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From Covid Coverage to ‘Public Option’ Plans, Journalists Delve Into Details

Thank you for your interest in supporting Kaiser Health News (KHN), the nation’s leading nonprofit newsroom focused on health and…

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Switch of breast tumors to HER2-low in recurrence may provide greater therapeutic options

IMAGE: This table is part of abstract 4MO_PR by Federica Miglietta view more  Credit: ESMO Lugano, Switzerland, 8 May 2021 –…

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High blood pressure: ‘Surprisingly’ salty foods to avoid – including vegan burgers

In regards to diet, there is strong evidence that eating too much salt is related to the development of high…

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Ducking their shots: Walter Reed whistleblower wants military to step up

Charles Eggleston served more than 16 years in the Army – and more than 3 years as a patient at…

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WHO greenlights China’s Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine

The World Health Organization on Friday announced it granted emergency use listing to Beijing’s COVID-19 vaccine, Sinopharm, marking the sixth…

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Covid Testing Has Turned Into a Financial Windfall for Hospitals and Other Providers

Pamela Valfer needed multiple covid tests after repeatedly visiting the hospital last fall to see her mother, who was being…

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‘I Just Feel Like Myself’: A Nonbinary Child in Their Own Words

Martha Bebinger, WBUR It’s 7:30 a.m. on a school day. Two parents are racing to get their three young children…

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Covid AstraZeneca vaccine: Ongoing evidence shows ‘stronger’ link with brain blood clots

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) updated their weekly summary of Yellow Card reporting, which covers the period…

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The Lancet Rheumatology: Largest study to date confirms non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications do not result in worse COVID-19 outcomes

The use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen, does not lead to higher rates of death or severe…

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