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NYC Wastewater Suggests COVID-19 Rebound: Could This Signify A New Wave?
New York Hospitals Want To Rehire Employees Fired Over Vaccine Mandate
At least two hospitals have confirmed they would rehire workers who got fired due to the COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
Is A Low-Carb Morning Meal Ideal For Diabetes Patients? Here's How It Works
Switching to a protein and fat-rich low-carbohydrate meal can help type 2 diabetes patients control blood sugars, a new study shows.
Stomach Ulcer Symptoms: 6 Red Flags To Keep An Eye Out For
These symptoms suggest you might have a stomach ulcer and seek immediate medical help.
Foods To Include In Your Diet To Manage Iron Deficiency
A new study suggests those who suffer from anxiety, depression and other mental disorders need to get tested for iron deficiency as it can worsen the symptoms of psychiatric disorders.
Improved Mental Health Among Teens Reported Before COVID-19 Pandemic Ended
U.S. adolescents recorded fewer mental health emergency visits before the pandemic was declared over.
Brain Signals Cause Gender-Specific Weight Gain Patterns: Study
The study also investigates whether other clinical markers such as anxiety and depression are influences this phenomenon in some way.
What Is Hikikomori? 1.5 M Working-Age Japanese Live As Recluses
Hikikomori triggers withdrawal syndrome, and depression, causing young adults and older professionals to isolate themselves socially.
Scientists Find How Glycine Is Linked To Depression, Mood-Related Disorders
Researchers determined that glycine could send a "slow-down" signal to the brain, which can contribute to depression and anxiety.
Shape Of The Brain Influences The Way It Functions: Study
Researchers believed the communication between neurons in the brain was the underlying factor that decided how it functioned. However, a new study has found that shape has more role.
Teen Basketball Player Suffers Rare Spinal Cord Stroke While Stretching
After a few weeks of rehabilitation and physical therapy she was able to make some movements, although limited.
Chemical Found In Widely Used Artificial Sweetener Damages DNA
The latest study raises questions on how the widely used sweetener may contribute to health problems as it contains a chemical that damages DNA.
COVID-19 Pandemic May Be Over But US-China Flights Remain Few: Report
Less than 6% of U.S.-China flights have resumed post-pandemic.
Is Sparkling Water Really Good For Health? Here's What Experts Think
Heath experts say sparkling water is safe as long as the beverage is free from added sugar.
Middle-Aged Men's Reduced Sexual Satisfaction Linked To Memory Loss: Study
The study examined the influence of factors such as microvascular changes affecting erectile function and psychological shifts on the sexual drive of middle-aged men.
World No Tobacco Day: 12 Ways Cigarette Smoking Affects Your Health
The theme for this year's World No Tobacco Day is "We need food, not tobacco."
Study Links Heart Attack To Accelerated Cognitive Decline In Later Years
Researchers said even though the rate of decline in memory in heart attack patients was small, its effects could deepen with age.