Injection and IV Therapy - A New Era in Athletic Recovery
You're in the locker room at the gym, and you overhear a conversation about IV therapy. The big guy is busy describing the process he went through with IV treatment, telling his buddy how it made him feel like a new person.
Mu COVID-19 Variant Found in 49 States; WHO Considers It As 'Variant of Interest'
Mu COVID-19 variant has been identified in 49 states, with Nebraska being the only state where the mutation has not been discovered.
12-Year-Old Boy Dies As India Struggles To Contain New Nipah Virus Believed To Be Deadlier Than COVID-19
Indian authorities reported a new viral infection in their region called the Nipah virus which has already infected and killed a 12-year-old boy in Kerala state. The disease is thought to be deadlier than the coronavirus and is also difficult to trace.
Arkansas Prisoners Claim Doctor Gives Unproven COVID-19 Treatment Ivermectin to Run Secret Experiments
Arkansas prisoners claimed a jail doctor gave them anti-parasitic drug Ivermectin to treat COVID-19 without their awareness.
New Mu COVID-19 Variant Begins To Spread in the US; Fauci Claims Strain is not "Immediate Threat" Right Now
Infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci said that the new COVID-19 strain, the Mu variant, was not an "immediate threat" to the United States. The medical expert said that while many feared the new variant is resistant to the vaccines, there was little evidence to support the claims.
COVID-19 C.1.2 Variant Discovered in South Africa Should Not be Cause for Panic, Here’s What WHO Says
A new SARS-CoV-2 C.1.2 variant discovered in South Africa has not been confirmed to be dangerous. It is essential to know that the new variant is composed of a viral cluster, not just one, unlike other variants.
Moderna Recalls COVID-19 Vaccine in Japan Over Contamination Concern After Stainless Steel Particles Found in Vials
Moderna and Japan cooperate to recall three batches of COVID-19 vaccine after examination found stainless steel substance in certain vials.
Illinois Woman Gets Caught After Using Fake "Maderna" COVID-19 Vaccine Card to Enter Hawaii
An Illinois woman is being held in Hawaii custody after being suspected of using fake COVID-19 vaccine card that describes the shot as "Maderna" instead of "Moderna."
Vaccinated Teens in Maryland Can Get $50,000 College Scholarship
Officials in Maryland are approaching the conclusion of a major campaign to get all adolescents in the state vaccinated by giving college scholarships worth $50,000.
New Study Suggests Stem Cell Therapy Could Be Used to Treat Injuries
The possible benefits of stem cell therapy have been known about for some time, but the results of a new piece of research suggest that it could provide quicker, more efficient healing than had previously been thought. What does the study show and how could it affect the future of injury treatments?
South Africa Detects New COVID-19 Variant Believed to be Resistant to Vaccines and Highly Transmissible
A new variant of the coronavirus was detected in South Africa that is believed to be highly transmissible and resistant to the vaccines. The strain combines mutations from other variants of the infection and threatens another outbreak in the coutry and potentially worldwide.
Russia Warns of West Nile Virus That Can Cause Deadly Nervous Condition; Country Sees Possible Spread in Autumn
Russia warns of possible increase in West Nile Virus cases in autumn as mild temperatures and heavy rains offer ideal circumstances for the mosquitoes that spread the deadly nervous conditions.
Benefits of Prioritizing Your Health
Everyone wants to be healthy, but the truth is, it can be easy to neglect the lifestyle changes that will help you do this.
Former FDA Head Gottlieb Says Kids Younger Than 12 Could be Eligible for Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine by Early Winter
Dr. Scott Gottliebe, the former head of the Food and Drug Administration, said that the agency could soon authorize Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine to be used on children under 12 years old. The official's statements give hope that the younger generation could begin getting vaccinated by early winter.
Georgia Professor Quits During Class After Student Refuses to Properly Wear Face Mask Amid Region's COVID Surge
A professor at a George university quit his job in the middle of his class after a student refused to wear a face mask over her nose, arguing it was difficult to breath in. The incident comes as the coronavirus pandemic continues to surge in the region, threatening students and school staff.