September 2021 / 46 posts found

Norway Celebrates End of Coronavirus Restrictions

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The people of Norway celebrated the end of coronavirus restrictions on Sunday after an abrupt announcement from the prime minister. According to the Associated Press (AP) the celebrations in some of Norway’s biggest cities that police were deployed not to punish people for wearing masks but to quell the “dozens of disturbances and violent clashes” as people piled into the streets, bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. Rowdy celebrations by hundreds of citizens across Norway started Saturday afternoon and lasted until the early hours of Sunday. Police said unrest was reported in several places, including in the southern city of Bergen and […]

How I Lost 120 lbs, Cured My Diabetes, & Avoided a Lung Transplant – Center for Nutrition Studies

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How I Lost 120 lbs, Cured My Diabetes, & Avoided a Lung Transplant By Kate McGoey-Smith, DipNrsg, MSW, RSW You know what it is like because you live it every day. Work, kids, meals, homework, housework, and it is a repeat cycle of “busy” until the weekend. Weekends are just as jam-packed until they are broken by Mondays, and the weekday cycle of activity begins all over again. Life is very full with three kids going through the turbulent times of grade school, junior high and high school, each needing attention for any number of tween and adolescent crises. Then […]

‘A bit of a mystery’: why hospital admissions for Covid in England are going down | Coronavirus | The Guardian

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In early September, outbreak modelling for the government’s Sage advisers showed Covid hospitalisations had the potential to soar. If people rushed back to work and resumed all the socialising they had put on hold, the number of daily admissions in England could peak at 7,000 within six weeks. It was, in effect, a worst-case scenario, barring a dramatic waning of immunity or a troublesome new variant. The optimistic scenario looked very different. Assuming a more gradual return to normality, the modelling had daily Covid hospitalisations rising slowly and slightly, topping out at nearly 2,000, before falling again in November. Now, […]

DHS Secretary: We Did Not Test Haitian Migrants for Coronavirus

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Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas confirmed Friday that Haitian migrants crossing the Southern border were not tested for coronavirus before they were released into the United States. “We did not test that population of individuals,” Mayorkas said when asked by reporters about the possibility of migrants contracting the virus in the makeshift camp under the bridge in Del Rio, Texas, that held over 15,000 migrants last week. Mayorkas spoke about the migrant crisis during an appearance at the daily press briefing at the White House. He said that DHS officials set up medical tents with 150 medical professionals […]

Increase Blood Platelets, Kill Cancer, Heal Ulcers And Control Diabetes With Papaya Leaf Juice

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It is notable that Christopher Columbus called ecclesiastical “heavenly natural product”. This like natural product draws from southern Mexico and Central America however prevails in most tropical regions. Papaya is most regularly utilized for making juices and servings of mixed greens or pastries. It has certain restorative properties because of its rich nourishing arrangement, and in the article beneath discover what it is. Papaya leaf might be the most impeccable piece of this “radiant organic product”. The most ideal approach to devour them is positively to savor the type of tea. They can likewise be found in containers and powder. […]

Florida is allowing parents to choose whether to quarantine their children when they’re exposed to coronavirus – The Washington Post

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Florida is allowing parents to choose whether to quarantine their children when they’re exposed to coronavirus but are asymptomatic This content was originally published here.

Victoria records 766 new local cases of COVID-19 and four deaths, protester in hospital with coronavirus – ABC News

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Victoria has recorded four further COVID-19 deaths and 766 new local cases, representing the highest single-day tally ever recorded in the state. Key points: The new infections were detected from 62,408 test results processed on Wednesday. It brings the total number of active cases to 6,666. The deaths of a man in his 80s from Moreland, a man in his 70s from Hume, a man in his 80s from Hume, and a woman in her 90s from Hume take the total of this outbreak to 20. There are 257 people who are currently in hospital with COVID-19. Of those, 60 are in […]

Mice Cured of Diabetes through New Human Stem Cell Therapy

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Diabetes is a worldwide chronic disease that in the U.S. alone affects just under 30 million people, and that’s not even counting those that are unaware of their condition.  Those with diabetes struggle with producing or managing insulin levels in their bodies. Now, a new strategy developed by scientists from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has effectively cured mice injected with diabetes.  Their study was published in Nature Biotechnology on Monday. How does it work? The new therapy works by implanting cells directly into the mice so that they secrete the hormone that helps produce and balance insulin.  […]

American Samoa reports its first case of coronavirus, 18 months into the pandemic

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American Samoa reported its first case of coronavirus on Friday. The U.S. territory’s acting governor and health officials said the islands’ first case of Covid-19 was of a resident who returned to America Samoa from Hawaii. This content was originally published here.

675,000 American Deaths: Coronavirus Now Deadlier Than The Spanish Flu

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The U.S. reported 675,444 total confirmed coronavirus on Monday according to a tally from Johns Hopkins University, surpassing the number of Americans believed to have died during the Flu of 1918 and making the coronavirus the most deadly pandemic in American history. James Harvey tends tends to the inventory of pre-sold caskets at a funeral home on April 29, 2020 in … [+] New York City. Key Facts According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 675,000 Americans died between 1918 and 1919 of H1N1 virus that came to be called the Spanish Flu when Spanish media […]