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Long Covid Have Three Types of Symptoms

In a new London’s King’s college research, its researchers found that there are “at least three distinct ‘types’ of long covid for people experiencing symptoms for 12 weeks or more”. Prof. Claire Steves from the School of Life Course & Population Sciences, wrote “These data show clearly that post COVID syndrome is not just one […]

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Living With Covid

The Reuters News writes that as the Covid pandemic is turning into third winter season, weary health experts, government officials, and general public alike in the US and else are headed for more Covid-19 waves. According to Chris Murray, head of the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), of the University of Washington, the […]

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Gottlieb: Monkeypox a Public Healthcare Failure

Quoting from the Former Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Scott Gottlieb‘s OpEd on The New York Times, The Hill writes that the federal government’s healthcare infrastructure is not capable of dealing with public health emergencies like Covid-19 and monkeypox. In thee OpEd, Gottlieb writes: “Our country’s response to monkeypox ‌‌has been plagued by the […]

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Many People With Long Covid Have Stop Working

According to an article on NPR News, many millions of Americans have long Covid and thus many of them have stop working. Quoting from a new survey results from the the Brookings Institution, drew on survey data from the Census Bureau, the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and the Lancet, the news organization writes “millions […]

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New Vaccines Aim to Put the brakes on Covid-19

The CNN Health in a headline article writes with a sniff or a swallow, new vaccines aim to put the brakes on Covid-19 spread. The article argues that despite the fact that current mRNA-based Covid-19 vaccines are hugely successful saving almost 20 millions people globally, they have not been able to stop the Covid virus […]

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Should We Wait For Updated Covid Vaccine?

Referring to its conversations with health experts, Reuters News writes that people with high risks shouldn’t wait for the next generation of updated, Omicron subvariants (BA.4 and BA.5) as current vaccines appears to provide enough protections from severe illness. “And, as the virus evolves, it is not known what version will be widely circulating in […]

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Fed Orders Updated Moderna Vaccines

According to the Associated Press, the White House has ordered 66 millions doses of Moderna’s next-generation of Covid-19 vaccine that “targets the highly transmissible omicron variant, enough supply this winter for all who want the upgraded booster”. The updated vaccine reportedly targets both the currently circulating BA.4 and BA.5 sunvariants of Omicron. AP writes “the […]

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Fighting Covid with Dogs and Books

The CNN Health reports that Pres. Biden fought his recent Covid-19 reportedly with help from “his dog and a stack of books about Ireland”. President Joe Biden had tested positive for Covid last week and reportedly the dog stayed with him. Pres. Biden reportedly missed daily gym exercise routine, instead his German Shepherd, Commander, served […]

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CDC: Monkeypox a Nationally Notifiable Condition

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is reportedly set to declare “monkeypox a nationally notifiable condition” effective August 1, thus directing states across the country to share surveillance data, including case numbers, Politico writes. According to recent CDC data, there are nearly 3,600 monkeypox cases reported in the US, including 439 cases […]

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Dr. Fauci Reflects on Covid-19 and The Pandemic

Dr Anthony Fauci, The White House chief medical advisor, recently told the The Hill Rising that Covid-19 vaccines specific to BA.5 subvariant is the “best guess” for dealing with the expected surge of the virus during the coming fall season. Dr Fauci reportedly reflected on The Hill TV: “It is difficult to predict how SARS-CoV-2 […]