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New research suggests COVID-19 alters the amount of gray matter in the brain.

Covid-19 patients who received either oxygen or fever therapy showed reduced gray matter content in the frontal and temporal brain networks, according to a new study led by researchers at Georgia State University and the Georgia Institute. of Technology The study found that reduced gray matter content in this brain region was associated with higher levels of disability in Covid-19 …

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Massachusetts finds an increase in deaths from opioid overdoses.

Drug overdose deaths in Massachusetts are on the rise, with the largest increase in deaths among non-Hispanic black men in the state. Health worker Announcement Wednesday Deaths from opioid-related overdoses in Massachusetts increased five percent by 2020, with the number of fatal overdoses rising slightly above their last peak in 2016. “This is the first increase in opioid-related deaths in …

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Children are creating a larger proportion of Covid-19 patients, the CDC said.

Federal officials from the U.S. Secret Service have recovered about $ 2 billion from the fraudulent COVID-19 relief fund and seized more than $ 640 million from those accused of defrauding, the agency said on Wednesday. Wednesday One year in the outbreak, the Secret Service opened 690 cases of unemployment insurance fraud, in addition to an investigation and inquiry into …

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Italian nurses gave six vaccines in one injection, officials said.

An Italian nurse accidentally injected six doses of the coronavirus vaccine this week. The unnamed nurse reportedly was distracted when she mistakenly gave the 23-year-old Italian woman Pfizer vaccine on Sunday morning at Noa Hospital in Tuscany. After the incident, the woman was examined for 24 hours in the hospital. Doctors gave her fluids and anti-fever and anti-inflammatory drugs during …

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How exercise can help us prosper

Then Dr. Yemisigil and Dr. To expand and add value to the sample, they also compiled comparative data of 4,041 men and women enrolled in the other study asking similar questions about people’s physical activity and their feelings of purpose. Finally, they compared and compared the results, first considering how much people moved and how strong they were and how …

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Goa, a tourist destination in India, faces a serious infection.

NEW DELHI – A few months ago, the southwestern state of Goa welcomed tourists from the rest of India, drawn to its picturesque beaches, a perfect source of relief from. Coronavirus laws in other regions Celebrating as a group without a mask is fine. It seems that life is back to normal. But in the end it was unsuccessful As …

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1.2 million people are currently fully vaccinated in Iowa.

NEW TODAY Morning Blood Drive TODAY is trying to help fight COVID-19 KCCI’s Tommy Clark is open at a clinic in West Des Moines right now by Tommy. The less popular donor gets more than just blood donation, here is a sample of care today. Donors are used to find out their blood types. But now they can get tested …

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