2023-01-27: News Headlines

Daniela Manno (2023-01-28). [Comment] Developing a vaccine against Marburg virus disease. thelancet.com Marburg virus disease is a severe infection in people and non-human primates (NHPs), with a case-fatality rate of 23—90%.1 The disease is caused by the Marburg virus, a member of the Filoviridae family, which includes the viruses responsible for Ebola virus disease.1 Marburg virus disease is extremely rare. Since its discovery in 1967, when two outbreaks occurred simultaneously in laboratories in Marburg and Frankfurt in Germany, and in Belgrade, Yugoslavia (now Serbia), causing 31 cases and seven deaths, there have been 16 known outbreaks with a cumulative total of fewer than 500 reported cases.

Melinda J Hamer, Katherine V Houser, Amelia R Hofstetter, Ana M Ortega-Villa, Christine Lee, Anne Preston, Brooke Augustine, Charla Andrews, Galina V Yamshchikov, Somia Hickman, Steven Schech, Jack N Hutter, Paul T Scott, Paige E Waterman, Mihret F Amare, Victoria Kioko, Casey Storme, Kayvon Modjarrad, Melanie D McCauley, Merlin L Robb, Martin R Gaudinski, Ingelise J Gordon, LaSonji A Holman, Alicia T Widge, Larisa Strom, Myra Happe, Josephine H Cox, Sandra Vazquez, Daphne A Stanley, Tamar Murray, Caitlyn N M Dulan, Ruth Hunegnaw, Sandeep R Narpala, Phillip A Swanson, Manjula Basappa, Jagada Thillainathan, Marcelino Padilla, Britta Flach, Sarah O'Connell, Olga Trofymenko, Patricia Morgan, Emily E Coates, Jason G Gall, Adrian B McDermott, Richard A Koup, John R Mascola, Aurélie Ploquin, Nancy J Sullivan, Julie A Ake, Julie E Ledgerwood, RV 507 Study Team (2023-01-28). [Articles] Safety, tolerability, and immunogenicity of the chimpanzee adenovirus type 3-vectored Marburg virus (cAd3-Marburg) vaccine in healthy adults in the USA: a first-in-human, phase 1, open-label, dose-escalation trial. thelancet.com This first-in-human trial of this cAd3-Marburg vaccine showed the agent is safe and immunogenic, with a safety profile similar to previously tested cAd3-vectored filovirus vaccines. 95% of participants produced a glycoprotein-specific antibody response at 4 weeks after a single vaccination, which remained in 70% of participants at 48 weeks. These findings represent a crucial step in the development of a vaccine for emergency deployment against a re-emerging pathogen that has recently expanded its reach to new regions.

Geoff Watts (2023-01-28). [Obituary] Thomas Wilson Meade. thelancet.com Epidemiologist and authority on thrombogenesis and heart disease. He was born in Oxford, UK, on Jan 21, 1936 and died of a lower respiratory tract infection in London, UK, on Oct 24, 2022 aged 86 years.

Kazuhiko Ikeda, Koki Ueda (2023-01-28). [Comment] Gaining MOMENTUM against anaemic myelofibrosis. thelancet.com Myelofibrosis is a progressive chronic myeloproliferative neoplasm driven by Janus kinase and signal transducer and activator of transcription (JAK—STAT) pathway activation, mostly due to mutations in JAK2, MPL, and CALR.1 Myelofibrosis arises de novo (primary myelofibrosis) or secondarily from polycythaemia vera and essential thrombocythaemia. Myelofibrosis presents with constitutional symptoms, such as fever, night sweats, and fatigue, accompanied by splenomegaly and either cytopenias or cytoses.

Talha Burki (2023-01-28). [World Report] "Unfettered flow": how ProMED-mail keeps the world alert. thelancet.com For almost 30 years, contributors to ProMED-mail have flagged new and emerging infectious threats to health. Talha Burki reports.

Tomdispatch (2023-01-27). For all the Hooplah, Nuclear Fusion won't Save us from Climate Change, and it is Dangerous. juancole.com By Joshua Frank | &#1 ; ( Tomdispatch.com ) &#1 ; I awoke on December 13th to news about what could be the most significant scientific breakthrough since the Food and Drug Administration authorized the first Covid vaccine for emergency use two years ago. This time, however, the achievement had nothing to do with that ongoing public …

ecns.cn (2023-01-27). Chinese people celebrate Spring Festival holiday amid optimized COVID response. ecns.cn Following the downgrading of China's management of COVID-19, people across the country are merrily celebrating the Spring Festival, one of the most important traditional Chinese festivals, with their families.

ecns.cn (2023-01-27). They Say: Some developed countries keep unhappy whether China shifts COVID poliy or not. ecns.cn

Pacifica's Covid, Race & Democracy (2023-01-27). Antiwar Voices on MLK week; South Africa Power Grid Crisis; US out of Peru; Free Assange! indybay.org On Pacifica: Antiwar Voices on MLK week; South Africa Power Grid Crisis; US out of Peru; Free Assange!

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-27). Brasil iniciará nueva campaña de vacunación contra la Covid-19. telesurtv.net El ente prevé iniciar la campaña el 27 de febrero y en una primera fase se inmunizará con el refuerzo bivalente a mayores de 70 años.

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-27). Presentan vacuna nasal contra la Covid-19 en India. telesurtv.net El fármaco nasal cuenta con la aprobación de la Dirección General de Control de Medicamentos de India.

WSWS (2023-01-27). Australian school year commences amid ongoing mass COVID infection, workload crisis, staffing shortages, and record inequality—Build rank-and-file committees to fight for a fully funded public education system! wsws.org Anger and oppositional sentiment must be organised in 2023! The Committee for Public Education urges educators to form rank-and-file committees in your schools.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-27). Mayo Clinic researchers link ovarian cancer to bacteria colonization in microbiome. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org ROCHESTER, Minn. — A specific colonization of microbes in the reproductive tract is commonly found in women with ovarian cancer, according to a new study from Mayo Clinic's Center for Individualized Medicine. The discovery, published in Scientific Reports, strengthens evidence that the bacterial component of the microbiome — a community of microorganisms that also consists of viruses, yeasts and fungi — is an important indicator for early detection, diagnosis and prognosis of ovarian cancer. Abigail…

Staff (2023-01-27). Detectan virus informático capaz de controlar el móvil y robar cuentas bancarias. cubadebate.cu Expertos en ciberseguridad han advertido sobre la proliferación de un nuevo "malware", el cual ataca principalmente a teléfonos Android. Es capaz de tomar el control del móvil por completo en tiempo real e incluso robar las contraseñas de las aplicaciones de cuentas bancarias.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-27). Science Saturday: Removal of both ovaries in younger women associated with increased risk of Parkinson's. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Surgical removal of both ovaries is associated with an increased risk of Parkinson's disease and parkinsonism in women younger than 43, Mayo Clinic researchers report in JAMA Network Open. Using health record data from the Rochester Epidemiology Project, the study included 2,750 women who had undergone surgery to remove both ovaries, a procedure called bilateral oophorectomy, and 2,749 who had not. The reasons for the surgery were either a benign (noncancerous) condition — such as endometriosis, cyst, or other reason —…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-27). Consumer Health: Why your child's weight matters. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Healthy Weight Week will be observed Jan. 15—21, so this is a good time for a reminder of the connection between weight and health during childhood. The prevalence of obesity in adults in the U.S. increased from 30.5% to 41.9% from 1999—2020, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The prevalence of severe obesity increased from 4.7% to 9.2% in the same time frame. And the rate of childhood obesity is a serious…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-27). Mayo Clinic Minute: Screening for cervical cancer. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month in the U.S. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that more than 12,500 cases of cervical cancer were diagnosed, and more than 4,000 women died from the disease in 2019, the latest year of available data. Dr. Olivia Cardenas-Trowers, a Mayo Clinic urogynecologist, explains the importance of screening for cervical cancer. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/qBJBz_D88sg Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (1: 00) is in the downloads at the end of…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-27). Mayo Clinic Healthcare expert explains why reflux disease isn't 'just' heartburn. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org LONDON — Gastroesophageal reflux disease is one of the most common digestive disorders in the world. It happens when acid comes up from the stomach into the esophagus: The stomach can resist acid but the esophagus is less acid-resistant. James East, M.D., a gastroenterologist at Mayo Clinic Healthcare in London, says reflux disease may be common, but there can be severe complications if it is ongoing and left untreated. Heartburn is a key symptom of reflux disease, but…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-27). 6 tips to keep your brain healthy. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Changes to your body and brain are normal as you age. However, there are some things you can do to help slow any decline in memory and lower your risk of developing Alzheimer's disease or other dementias. Here are six things I recommend to my patients in order of importance: 1. Exercise regularly. Exercise has many known benefits, and regular physical activity also benefits the brain. Multiple research studies show that physical active people are…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-27). Mayo Clinic Minute: Role for opioids. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Drug overdoses from opioids have been linked to a decreased life span, according to recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The ongoing opioid crisis has been a complicated one for more than a decade. Death rates continue to rise, despite national medical guidelines for prescribing the pain medication. Dr. Holly Geyer leads the opioid stewardship program at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. She says there is an important role for opioids in patient…

Alex Berenson (2023-01-26). Covid Vaccine: Deaths in England Surge Again. globalresearch.ca

americanthinker (2023-01-26). Commonsense Advice for Trump 2.0. americanthinker.com From vaccines to foreign policy, here are some actions Trump can take to clinch a second term.

Andy Kroll (2023-01-26). Nuclear Fusion Won't Save the Climate. tomdispatch.com I awoke on December 13th to news about what could be the most significant scientific breakthrough since the Food and Drug Administration authorized the first Covid vaccine for emergency use two years ago. This time, however, the achievement had nothing to do with that ongoing public health crisis. Instead, as the New York Times and CNN alerted me that morning, at stake was a new technology that could potentially solve the worst dilemma humanity faces: climate change and the desperate overheating of our planet. Net-energy-gain fusion, a long-sought-after panacea for all that's wrong with traditional nuclear-fissio…

Dr. Peter McCullough (2023-01-26). Catastrophic COVID-19 Vaccine Casualties in 2021. globalresearch.ca

Steve Kirsch (2023-01-26). "No Evidence of any Vax Benefit". Covid Vaccine "Makes The Problem Worse". Professor Byram Bridle. globalresearch.ca

cameron orr (2023-01-26). What's behind the price squeeze? cpusa.org Let's cut to the headline takeaways: One of the single biggest causes of the current inflation is the pandemic and the breaks in global supply chains that resulted. In a capitalist system, or any "market" system, when supply is restricted and demand remains high, prices rise. The second biggest cause is the U.S. "Cold …

WSWS (2023-01-26). Australian Labor government slashes access to mental health services. wsws.org Cutting the number of subsidised psychologist appointments available from 20 to 10 is a deeply regressive measure and part of the campaign to depict the COVID-19 pandemic as a thing of the past.

_____ (2023-01-26). Study Throws New Light On Unfair Practices By Global Fashion Brands. popularresistance.org A study published this month found that popular international fashion brands with factories in Bangladesh were involved in multiple "unfair practices," such as paying suppliers below the cost of production, which had an impact on workers and their livelihoods. | The study conducted by Aberdeen University and advocacy group Transform Trade, titled 'Impact of Global Clothing Retailers' Unfair Practices on Bangladeshi Suppliers During COVID-19,' was based on the survey of 1,000 Bangladeshi factories that manufacture garments for international fashion firms. It found that these factories were facing rising costs for…

americanthinker (2023-01-26). Forgiving the Medically Brainwashed in the Post-COVID Era. americanthinker.com Medical tyranny starts with medical brainwashing.

Staff (2023-01-26). Científica cubana es premiada por biofarmacéutica Bayer. cubadebate.cu La empresa químico-farmacéutica alemana Bayer concedió el premio en ciencias médicas a la científica cubana Yanira Méndez por el desarrollo de nuevos métodos para elaborar vacunas antibacterianas y modificar anticuerpos para obtener agentes anticancerígenos. Méndez también aportó sus conocimientos a las vacunas contra la covid-19.

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-26). Chile registra más de 2.300 nuevos casos de Covid-19 en una semana. telesurtv.net Chile acumula un total de 5.108.929 casos confirmados de la enfermedad, mientras que la cifra de decesos aumentó a. 63.692.

WSWS (2023-01-26). New Stellantis absentee policy punishes workers for getting medical treatment and taking their kids to the doctor. wsws.org Stellantis Corporation, the current owner of the Chrysler/Jeep franchise in the US, issued a letter to its employees stating that medical appointments or sickness will no longer be considered an excused absence, implicitly, even in the case of COVID-19 infection.

Brett Wilkins (2023-01-26). Biden restores vital protections for Alaska's Tongass National Forest gutted by Trump. nationofchange.org "As our nation's largest national forest and the largest intact temperate rainforest in the world, the Tongass National Forest is key to conserving biodiversity and addressing the climate crisis."

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2023-01-26: News Headlines

WSWS (2023-01-26). Australian Labor government slashes access to mental health services. wsws.org Cutting the number of subsidised psychologist appointments available from 20 to 10 is a deeply regressive measure and part of the campaign to depict the COVID-19 pandemic as a thing of the past.

Pacifica's Covid, Race & Democracy (2023-01-26). Antiwar Voices on MLK week; South Africa Power Grid Crisis; US out of Peru; Free Assange! indybay.org On Pacifica: Antiwar Voices on MLK week; South Africa Power Grid Crisis; US out of Peru; Free Assange!

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-26). Chile registra más de 2.300 nuevos casos de Covid-19 en una semana. telesurtv.net Chile acumula un total de 5.108.929 casos confirmados de la enfermedad, mientras que la cifra de decesos aumentó a. 63.692.

WSWS (2023-01-26). New Stellantis absentee policy punishes workers for getting medical treatment and taking their kids to the doctor. wsws.org Stellantis Corporation, the current owner of the Chrysler/Jeep franchise in the US, issued a letter to its employees stating that medical appointments or sickness will no longer be considered an excused absence, implicitly, even in the case of COVID-19 infection.

Michael Nevradakis (2023-01-25). Did COVID Vaccine Injuries Influence FAA's Revision of Electrocardiogram Test Limits for Pilots? globalresearch.ca

Germany Detail Zero (2023-01-25). Overprocurement: Germany Has Billions of Corona Masks Too Many, Now They Are Being Burned. globalresearch.ca

_____ (2023-01-25). Doltish Ways: Biden's Documents Problem. strategic-culture.org Through the course of his political life, the current US president has often been injudicious. He has stumbled, bungled and miscalculated. His electoral victory was fortuitous, aided by a number of factors, not least the conduct of his opponent and the murderous gift of a global pandemic. Along with his fellow Democrats, he has made the issue of Donald Trump a matter of pathology rather than politics.

Anjoulie Woodhead (2023-01-25). Concerns of Growth, Pandemic, War and Inflation Top World Economic Forum Agenda. indybay.org World Bank Cuts Global Growth Forecast as Developing Countries Struggle with Debt…

Mike Ervin (2023-01-25). Remote Work Helps Disabled People Like Me—Let's Hope It Never Ends. progressive.org The jobless rate among disabled people has dropped dramatically during the pandemic.

ecns.cn (2023-01-25). China CDC releases monthly COVID-19 figures. ecns.cn China reported 12,658 COVID-19 related deaths at hospitals from Jan 13 to 19, the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention said on Saturday.As of Jan 19, there were nearly 472,000 hospitalized COVID-19 patients in China including about 51,700 in severe condition.

ecns.cn (2023-01-25). Chinese people celebrate Spring Festival holiday amid optimized COVID response. ecns.cn Following the downgrading of China's management of COVID-19, people across the country are merrily celebrating the Spring Festival, one of the most important traditional Chinese festivals, with their families.

Gayle Spinazze (2023-01-25). Doomsday Clock set at 90 seconds to midnight. canadiandimension.com Photo by Jamie Christiani/Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists | WASHINGTON, DC — The Doomsday Clock was set at 90 seconds to midnight, due largely but not exclusively to Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the increased risk of nuclear escalation. The new Clock time was also influenced by continuing threats posed by the climate crisis and the breakdown of global norms and institutions needed to mitigate risks associated with advancing technologies and biological threats such as COVID-19. | Rachel Bronson, PhD, president and CEO, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, said: | We are living in a time of unprece…

Muhammad Azizul Islam (2023-01-25). Impact of Global Clothing Retailers' Unfair Practices on Bangladeshi Suppliers During COVID-19. globalresearch.ca

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-25). Mayo Clinic researchers link ovarian cancer to bacteria colonization in microbiome. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org ROCHESTER, Minn. — A specific colonization of microbes in the reproductive tract is commonly found in women with ovarian cancer, according to a new study from Mayo Clinic's Center for Individualized Medicine. The discovery, published in Scientific Reports, strengthens evidence that the bacterial component of the microbiome — a community of microorganisms that also consists of viruses, yeasts and fungi — is an important indicator for early detection, diagnosis and prognosis of ovarian cancer. Abigail…

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-25). Costa Rica confirma tres casos de influenza aviar. telesurtv.net Se trata de pelícanos silvestres encontrados en playa Cocles, en Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, provincia de Limón.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-25). Science Saturday: Removal of both ovaries in younger women associated with increased risk of Parkinson's. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Surgical removal of both ovaries is associated with an increased risk of Parkinson's disease and parkinsonism in women younger than 43, Mayo Clinic researchers report in JAMA Network Open. Using health record data from the Rochester Epidemiology Project, the study included 2,750 women who had undergone surgery to remove both ovaries, a procedure called bilateral oophorectomy, and 2,749 who had not. The reasons for the surgery were either a benign (noncancerous) condition — such as endometriosis, cyst, or other reason —…

imperial.ac.uk (2023-01-25). Podcast: Fighting fungi, the music of the moons, and self-healing crystals. imperial.ac.uk In this edition: We join the fight against deadly fungal pathogens, listen to music inspired by moons, and discover how some crystals heal themselves.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-25). Consumer Health: Why your child's weight matters. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Healthy Weight Week will be observed Jan. 15—21, so this is a good time for a reminder of the connection between weight and health during childhood. The prevalence of obesity in adults in the U.S. increased from 30.5% to 41.9% from 1999—2020, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The prevalence of severe obesity increased from 4.7% to 9.2% in the same time frame. And the rate of childhood obesity is a serious…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-25). Mayo Clinic Minute: Screening for cervical cancer. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month in the U.S. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that more than 12,500 cases of cervical cancer were diagnosed, and more than 4,000 women died from the disease in 2019, the latest year of available data. Dr. Olivia Cardenas-Trowers, a Mayo Clinic urogynecologist, explains the importance of screening for cervical cancer. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/qBJBz_D88sg Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (1: 00) is in the downloads at the end of…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-25). Mayo Clinic Healthcare expert explains why reflux disease isn't 'just' heartburn. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org LONDON — Gastroesophageal reflux disease is one of the most common digestive disorders in the world. It happens when acid comes up from the stomach into the esophagus: The stomach can resist acid but the esophagus is less acid-resistant. James East, M.D., a gastroenterologist at Mayo Clinic Healthcare in London, says reflux disease may be common, but there can be severe complications if it is ongoing and left untreated. Heartburn is a key symptom of reflux disease, but…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-25). 6 tips to keep your brain healthy. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Changes to your body and brain are normal as you age. However, there are some things you can do to help slow any decline in memory and lower your risk of developing Alzheimer's disease or other dementias. Here are six things I recommend to my patients in order of importance: 1. Exercise regularly. Exercise has many known benefits, and regular physical activity also benefits the brain. Multiple research studies show that physical active people are…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-25). Mayo Clinic Minute: Role for opioids. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Drug overdoses from opioids have been linked to a decreased life span, according to recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The ongoing opioid crisis has been a complicated one for more than a decade. Death rates continue to rise, despite national medical guidelines for prescribing the pain medication. Dr. Holly Geyer leads the opioid stewardship program at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. She says there is an important role for opioids in patient…

Middle East Monitor (2023-01-25). Having brought in Disruptive Israeli Extremists, Can Netanyahu's Government Survive? juancole.com By Motasem A Dalloul | &#1 ; ( Middle East Monitor ) &#1 ; Before it was formed, the new far-right Israeli government coalition has been plagued with disputes and disagreements, despite the fact that all of its members are from the right-wing parties and all of them, at least, share the same principles, although each Party …

_____ (2023-01-25). South Korea: Intelligence Agency Raids Top Union Confederation. popularresistance.org South Korea's intelligence agency raided the offices of the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, the country's largest organization of independent unions, and an affiliate on January 18. | The high-profile raid, over alleged ties between four former and current union officers and North Korean agents, has raised fears that the conservative government is reverting to dictatorship-era methods of attacking labor by conflating organizing with threats to national security. | The moves come at the same time as the conservative government, led by president Yoon Suk-yeol, seeks to lift restrictions on long working hours…

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2023-01-25: News Headlines

Anjoulie Woodhead (2023-01-25). Concerns of Growth, Pandemic, War and Inflation Top World Economic Forum Agenda. indybay.org World Bank Cuts Global Growth Forecast as Developing Countries Struggle with Debt…

ecns.cn (2023-01-25). China CDC releases monthly COVID-19 figures. ecns.cn China reported 12,658 COVID-19 related deaths at hospitals from Jan 13 to 19, the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention said on Saturday.As of Jan 19, there were nearly 472,000 hospitalized COVID-19 patients in China including about 51,700 in severe condition.

ecns.cn (2023-01-25). Chinese people celebrate Spring Festival holiday amid optimized COVID response. ecns.cn Following the downgrading of China's management of COVID-19, people across the country are merrily celebrating the Spring Festival, one of the most important traditional Chinese festivals, with their families.

Pacifica's Covid, Race & Democracy (2023-01-25). Antiwar Voices on MLK week; South Africa Power Grid Crisis; US out of Peru; Free Assange! indybay.org On Pacifica: Antiwar Voices on MLK week; South Africa Power Grid Crisis; US out of Peru; Free Assange!

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-25). Mayo Clinic researchers link ovarian cancer to bacteria colonization in microbiome. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org ROCHESTER, Minn. — A specific colonization of microbes in the reproductive tract is commonly found in women with ovarian cancer, according to a new study from Mayo Clinic's Center for Individualized Medicine. The discovery, published in Scientific Reports, strengthens evidence that the bacterial component of the microbiome — a community of microorganisms that also consists of viruses, yeasts and fungi — is an important indicator for early detection, diagnosis and prognosis of ovarian cancer. Abigail…

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-25). Costa Rica confirma tres casos de influenza aviar. telesurtv.net Se trata de pelícanos silvestres encontrados en playa Cocles, en Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, provincia de Limón.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-25). Science Saturday: Removal of both ovaries in younger women associated with increased risk of Parkinson's. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Surgical removal of both ovaries is associated with an increased risk of Parkinson's disease and parkinsonism in women younger than 43, Mayo Clinic researchers report in JAMA Network Open. Using health record data from the Rochester Epidemiology Project, the study included 2,750 women who had undergone surgery to remove both ovaries, a procedure called bilateral oophorectomy, and 2,749 who had not. The reasons for the surgery were either a benign (noncancerous) condition — such as endometriosis, cyst, or other reason —…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-25). Consumer Health: Why your child's weight matters. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Healthy Weight Week will be observed Jan. 15—21, so this is a good time for a reminder of the connection between weight and health during childhood. The prevalence of obesity in adults in the U.S. increased from 30.5% to 41.9% from 1999—2020, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The prevalence of severe obesity increased from 4.7% to 9.2% in the same time frame. And the rate of childhood obesity is a serious…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-25). Mayo Clinic Minute: Screening for cervical cancer. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month in the U.S. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that more than 12,500 cases of cervical cancer were diagnosed, and more than 4,000 women died from the disease in 2019, the latest year of available data. Dr. Olivia Cardenas-Trowers, a Mayo Clinic urogynecologist, explains the importance of screening for cervical cancer. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/qBJBz_D88sg Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (1: 00) is in the downloads at the end of…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-25). Mayo Clinic Healthcare expert explains why reflux disease isn't 'just' heartburn. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org LONDON — Gastroesophageal reflux disease is one of the most common digestive disorders in the world. It happens when acid comes up from the stomach into the esophagus: The stomach can resist acid but the esophagus is less acid-resistant. James East, M.D., a gastroenterologist at Mayo Clinic Healthcare in London, says reflux disease may be common, but there can be severe complications if it is ongoing and left untreated. Heartburn is a key symptom of reflux disease, but…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-25). 6 tips to keep your brain healthy. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Changes to your body and brain are normal as you age. However, there are some things you can do to help slow any decline in memory and lower your risk of developing Alzheimer's disease or other dementias. Here are six things I recommend to my patients in order of importance: 1. Exercise regularly. Exercise has many known benefits, and regular physical activity also benefits the brain. Multiple research studies show that physical active people are…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-25). Mayo Clinic Minute: Role for opioids. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Drug overdoses from opioids have been linked to a decreased life span, according to recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The ongoing opioid crisis has been a complicated one for more than a decade. Death rates continue to rise, despite national medical guidelines for prescribing the pain medication. Dr. Holly Geyer leads the opioid stewardship program at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. She says there is an important role for opioids in patient…

Middle East Monitor (2023-01-25). Having brought in Disruptive Israeli Extremists, Can Netanyahu's Government Survive? juancole.com By Motasem A Dalloul | &#1 ; ( Middle East Monitor ) &#1 ; Before it was formed, the new far-right Israeli government coalition has been plagued with disputes and disagreements, despite the fact that all of its members are from the right-wing parties and all of them, at least, share the same principles, although each Party …

WSWS (2023-01-24). White House shake-up as attacks mount on Biden over handling of classified documents. wsws.org Biden's chief of staff, Ron Klain, is reportedly stepping down, to be replaced by multi-millionaire Jeff Zients, formerly the White House coronavirus coordinator.

Editor (2023-01-24). Stepping out of the pandemic, Chinese style. mronline.org On January 6, 2023, China's National Health Commission (NHC) and National Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine issued China's 10th edition of its diagnosis and treatment protocol for novel coronavirus infection.

americanthinker (2023-01-24). COVID Vaxes — It's Not 'The More the Merrier'. americanthinker.com Are an endless series of mRNA "vaccines" really in the best interests of virtually all Americans for whom they are recommended?>

jamanetwork (2023-01-24). Novel Oral Polio Vaccine Safely Induces Antibodies Among Vaccine-Naive Infants. jamanetwork.com A novel oral poliovirus vaccine type 2 (nOPV2) was well-tolerated among newborns and resulted in nearly all infants developing neutralizing antibodies after 2 doses, a recent trial reported.

jamanetwork (2023-01-24). Ebola Vaccines Safe and Immunogenic in 2 Trials. jamanetwork.com Three vaccine regimens against Zaire Ebola virus disease safely produced immune responses for up to 12 months, according to 2 trials of adults and children reported in the New England Journal of Medicine.

WSWS (2023-01-24). South Korean government lifts indoor mask mandate while COVID-19 continues to run rampant. wsws.org The removal of masks indoors will only facilitate a new wave of COVID-19 across the country as dangerous new variants spread.

South Front (2023-01-24). All Masks Thrown Off. The Euro-Atlantic Elites Meeting in Davos, Profit Driven War on Ukraine. globalresearch.ca

_____ (2023-01-24). The Winter Coup Season In Latin America. popularresistance.org Coup attempts have gone viral this winter season in Latin America. The contagion spread first to Argentina, then Peru, and finally Brazil on January 8. In addition, Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua continue to suffer from long-term US regime-change efforts. | Coverage of this political pandemic by the US liberal press (i.e., the preponderance of mainstream media that endorse a Democrat for the presidency) reflects politically motivated agendas. Its spin on Brazil in particular reflects a trend among Democrats to greater acceptance of the security state. | Current vice-president and former president of Argentina, Cr…

WSWS (2023-01-24). Portuguese teachers mount nationwide strike. wsws.org A rising tide of class struggles is underway in Portugal and internationally, three years into the COVID-19 pandemic and as NATO wages war on Russia in Ukraine.

Anne N. Sosin, Martha Lincoln (2023-01-24). War on empathy: Legacy media's attacks on advocates for strong COVID-19 prevention. therealnews.com This story originally appeared in A recent series of media stories depicting individuals advocating for stronger COVID policies as unsympathetic characters on the fringes of society ignited a

ecns.cn (2023-01-24). Selected outbound tours given go-ahead. ecns.cn The National Health Commission announced on Dec 26 that China would scrap the quarantine requirement for international arrivals starting on Jan 8, as it downgraded management of COVID-19 from Class A to Class B.

ecns.cn (2023-01-24). China Focus: Chinese rejoice in first holiday after COVID response change. ecns.cn Starting from Saturday, the Lunar New Year's Eve or "Chuxi" in Chinese, hundreds of millions of people are celebrating the Spring Festival in China, the grandest holiday for the Chinese.

Lyn Neeley, Toni Arenstein (2023-01-24). A pesar del bloqueo/ El sistema sanitario cubano es extraordinario. workers.org El día que la 51 ™ Brigada Venceremos partió hacia Cuba, el 27 de diciembre de 2022, unas 262 personas murieron en Estados Unidos a causa del COVID-19. De los 11 millones de habitantes de Cuba, sólo 30 dieron positivo por COVID-19 ese mismo día. Destacados científicos del laboratorio farmacéutico cubano . . . |

teleSUR, odr, MER (2023-01-24). Gobierno de Bolivia confirma desescalada de sexta ola de Covid-19. telesurtv.net En la semana epidemiológica 3 de 2023 fueron notificados 2.836 contagios menos que la anterior.

teleSUR, odr, MER (2023-01-24). Panamá registra 789 nuevos contagios de Covid-19 en una semana. telesurtv.net Panamá acumula un total de 1.029.061 casos confirmados de la enfermedad, mientras que la cifra de decesos aumentó a 8.594.

WSWS (2023-01-24). China's massive COVID-19 death toll: Social murder at the behest of imperialism. wsws.org Acting in direct response to demands from giant corporations and imperialist governments, the Beijing bureaucracy has unleashed a wave of infection and death.

WSWS (2023-01-24). Biotechnology professor Greg Foley dies after bravely documenting impact of his COVID infection. wsws.org The January 12 series of 10 tweets went viral, viewed over 1.4 million times.

Natalia Marques (2023-01-24). The US blockade of Cuba hurts medical patients in both countries. peoplesdispatch.org By lifting sanctions against Cuba, people in the US could have access to life-saving treatments being developed in Cuba for diseases which ravage working-class communities each year…

jamanetwork (2023-01-24). Accuracy of Stroke Risk Prediction Models by Race, Sex, and Age. jamanetwork.com This retrospective cohort study compares stroke-specific algorithms with pooled cohort equations developed for atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease for the prediction of new-onset stroke across different subgroups (race, sex, and age) and the added value of novel machine learning techniques.

jamanetwork (2023-01-24). Poetry and Medicine and New Poetry Commentaries in JAMA. jamanetwork.com "I find that I cannot exist without poetry" proclaimed John Keats, the beloved English Romantic poet who many forget was trained as a physician. Keats practiced medicine for only 7 years before abandoning the profession. The medicine of his day, in early 19th-century London, faced dire challenges we might recognize as not unlike those of our times: long work hours, inadequate resources, harmful superstition and widespread misinformation, rampant and frequently fatal infectious disease. Keats himself would eventually succumb to tuberculosis as a young man aged only 25. Surely such onerous work conditions contribut…

jamanetwork (2023-01-24). Racial Differences in Detection of Fever Using Temporal vs Oral Temperature Measurements—Reply. jamanetwork.com In Reply We thank the authors for their comments about our recent article exploring racial differences in the accuracy of temporal thermometers. We agree with Dr Newman that self-reported race is an imperfect proxy for skin color. If differences in skin color are the basis of the temperature differences observed between oral and temporal thermometers, the magnitude of the difference would be better measured using an objective measure of skin color in a prospective study rather than self-reported race in a retrospective data analysis.

jamanetwork (2023-01-24). Racial Differences in Detection of Fever Using Temporal vs Oral Temperature Measurements. jamanetwork.com To the Editor A recent Research Letter reported that temperatures measured by temporal thermometers are lower than those measured orally in Black patients but not in White patients. However, I am concerned that this study used race as a proxy for skin color. Because people can have a range of skin colors despite their so-called race, the results of this study would have been more meaningful if it had used a biological parameter with one of the more objective measurements of skin color, such as a spectrophotometer or one of the visual scales.

Newswire Editor (2023-01-24). FDA Can Curtail Antibiotic Crisis by Ending Misuse in Livestock Animals, Say Health Advocate Groups in New Lawsuit. commondreams.org

Kenny Stancil (2023-01-24). 'Shameful': UK Approves 'Emergency' Use of Banned Bee-Killing Pesticide. commondreams.org

Biodiversity defenders have sounded the alarm about the United Kingdom government's Monday decision to

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WSWS (2023-01-24). White House shake-up as attacks mount on Biden over handling of classified documents. wsws.org Biden's chief of staff, Ron Klain, is reportedly stepping down, to be replaced by multi-millionaire Jeff Zients, formerly the White House coronavirus coordinator.

americanthinker (2023-01-24). COVID Vaxes — It's Not 'The More the Merrier'. americanthinker.com Are an endless series of mRNA "vaccines" really in the best interests of virtually all Americans for whom they are recommended?>

WSWS (2023-01-24). South Korean government lifts indoor mask mandate while COVID-19 continues to run rampant. wsws.org The removal of masks indoors will only facilitate a new wave of COVID-19 across the country as dangerous new variants spread.

Anjoulie Woodhead (2023-01-24). Concerns of Growth, Pandemic, War and Inflation Top World Economic Forum Agenda. indybay.org World Bank Cuts Global Growth Forecast as Developing Countries Struggle with Debt…

WSWS (2023-01-24). Portuguese teachers mount nationwide strike. wsws.org A rising tide of class struggles is underway in Portugal and internationally, three years into the COVID-19 pandemic and as NATO wages war on Russia in Ukraine.

Anne N. Sosin, Martha Lincoln (2023-01-24). War on empathy: Legacy media's attacks on advocates for strong COVID-19 prevention. therealnews.com This story originally appeared in A recent series of media stories depicting individuals advocating for stronger COVID policies as unsympathetic characters on the fringes of society ignited a

ecns.cn (2023-01-24). Selected outbound tours given go-ahead. ecns.cn The National Health Commission announced on Dec 26 that China would scrap the quarantine requirement for international arrivals starting on Jan 8, as it downgraded management of COVID-19 from Class A to Class B.

ecns.cn (2023-01-24). China Focus: Chinese rejoice in first holiday after COVID response change. ecns.cn Starting from Saturday, the Lunar New Year's Eve or "Chuxi" in Chinese, hundreds of millions of people are celebrating the Spring Festival in China, the grandest holiday for the Chinese.

ecns.cn (2023-01-24). China CDC releases monthly COVID-19 figures. ecns.cn China reported 12,658 COVID-19 related deaths at hospitals from Jan 13 to 19, the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention said on Saturday.As of Jan 19, there were nearly 472,000 hospitalized COVID-19 patients in China including about 51,700 in severe condition.

Lyn Neeley, Toni Arenstein (2023-01-24). A pesar del bloqueo/ El sistema sanitario cubano es extraordinario. workers.org El día que la 51 ™ Brigada Venceremos partió hacia Cuba, el 27 de diciembre de 2022, unas 262 personas murieron en Estados Unidos a causa del COVID-19. De los 11 millones de habitantes de Cuba, sólo 30 dieron positivo por COVID-19 ese mismo día. Destacados científicos del laboratorio farmacéutico cubano . . . |

Pacifica's Covid, Race & Democracy (2023-01-24). Antiwar Voices on MLK week; South Africa Power Grid Crisis; US out of Peru; Free Assange! indybay.org On Pacifica: Antiwar Voices on MLK week; South Africa Power Grid Crisis; US out of Peru; Free Assange!

teleSUR, odr, MER (2023-01-24). Gobierno de Bolivia confirma desescalada de sexta ola de Covid-19. telesurtv.net En la semana epidemiológica 3 de 2023 fueron notificados 2.836 contagios menos que la anterior.

teleSUR, odr, MER (2023-01-24). Panamá registra 789 nuevos contagios de Covid-19 en una semana. telesurtv.net Panamá acumula un total de 1.029.061 casos confirmados de la enfermedad, mientras que la cifra de decesos aumentó a 8.594.

WSWS (2023-01-24). China's massive COVID-19 death toll: Social murder at the behest of imperialism. wsws.org Acting in direct response to demands from giant corporations and imperialist governments, the Beijing bureaucracy has unleashed a wave of infection and death.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-24). Mayo Clinic researchers link ovarian cancer to bacteria colonization in microbiome. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org ROCHESTER, Minn. — A specific colonization of microbes in the reproductive tract is commonly found in women with ovarian cancer, according to a new study from Mayo Clinic's Center for Individualized Medicine. The discovery, published in Scientific Reports, strengthens evidence that the bacterial component of the microbiome — a community of microorganisms that also consists of viruses, yeasts and fungi — is an important indicator for early detection, diagnosis and prognosis of ovarian cancer. Abigail…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-24). Science Saturday: Removal of both ovaries in younger women associated with increased risk of Parkinson's. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Surgical removal of both ovaries is associated with an increased risk of Parkinson's disease and parkinsonism in women younger than 43, Mayo Clinic researchers report in JAMA Network Open. Using health record data from the Rochester Epidemiology Project, the study included 2,750 women who had undergone surgery to remove both ovaries, a procedure called bilateral oophorectomy, and 2,749 who had not. The reasons for the surgery were either a benign (noncancerous) condition — such as endometriosis, cyst, or other reason —…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-24). Consumer Health: Why your child's weight matters. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Healthy Weight Week will be observed Jan. 15—21, so this is a good time for a reminder of the connection between weight and health during childhood. The prevalence of obesity in adults in the U.S. increased from 30.5% to 41.9% from 1999—2020, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The prevalence of severe obesity increased from 4.7% to 9.2% in the same time frame. And the rate of childhood obesity is a serious…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-24). Mayo Clinic Minute: Screening for cervical cancer. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month in the U.S. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that more than 12,500 cases of cervical cancer were diagnosed, and more than 4,000 women died from the disease in 2019, the latest year of available data. Dr. Olivia Cardenas-Trowers, a Mayo Clinic urogynecologist, explains the importance of screening for cervical cancer. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/qBJBz_D88sg Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (1: 00) is in the downloads at the end of…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-24). Mayo Clinic Healthcare expert explains why reflux disease isn't 'just' heartburn. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org LONDON — Gastroesophageal reflux disease is one of the most common digestive disorders in the world. It happens when acid comes up from the stomach into the esophagus: The stomach can resist acid but the esophagus is less acid-resistant. James East, M.D., a gastroenterologist at Mayo Clinic Healthcare in London, says reflux disease may be common, but there can be severe complications if it is ongoing and left untreated. Heartburn is a key symptom of reflux disease, but…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-24). 6 tips to keep your brain healthy. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Changes to your body and brain are normal as you age. However, there are some things you can do to help slow any decline in memory and lower your risk of developing Alzheimer's disease or other dementias. Here are six things I recommend to my patients in order of importance: 1. Exercise regularly. Exercise has many known benefits, and regular physical activity also benefits the brain. Multiple research studies show that physical active people are…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-24). Mayo Clinic Minute: Role for opioids. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Drug overdoses from opioids have been linked to a decreased life span, according to recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The ongoing opioid crisis has been a complicated one for more than a decade. Death rates continue to rise, despite national medical guidelines for prescribing the pain medication. Dr. Holly Geyer leads the opioid stewardship program at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. She says there is an important role for opioids in patient…

Jake Johnson (2023-01-23). Progressives Slam Biden's Choice for Chief of Staff as Health Care "Profiteer" truthout.org Reports Sunday that President Joe Biden has chosen Jeff Zients to replace outgoing White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain were met with alarm among progressive watchdogs, who pointed to Zients' disastrous tenure as the administration's coronavirus czar as well as his history in the corporate world — where he built a fortune investing in healthcare companies accused of fraud. Klain… |

David Skripac (2023-01-23). "Our Species is Being Genetically Modified": Humanity's March Toward Extinction? Analysis of the Microbiome and Virome. globalresearch.ca This year marks a turning point in human history. For the first time since human civilization began, our species is being genetically modified. Vaccine manufacturers have now made it possible for the human genome to be permanently altered —and humanity's relationship with nature forever changed.

Dr. Mark Trozzi (2023-01-23). UK Data Shows: The mRNA "Vaccine" Bioweapon Is Working. globalresearch.ca

Kurt Zindulka (2023-01-23). 'Pure Evil' — Tony Blair Calls for Digital Vaccine Tracking at Davos Ahead of 'New Slew of Injectables'. globalresearch.ca

Paul Craig Roberts (2023-01-23). The Scientific Facts Are In: The Covid Virus and Pandemic are Man-Made. The mRNA "vaccine" Is More Deadly than the Virus. thealtworld.com One of the top medical practitioners and medical scientists of our time confirms under oath in the …

The Expose (2023-01-23). A Pandemic of Lies: MHRA Confirms COVID Is Man-Made & the Vaccines Are Not Based on the "Virus" But Instead on Computer-Generated DNA. globalresearch.ca

Mansa Musa (2023-01-23). These women are fighting Nevada's prison system—and winning. therealnews.com The start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 exacerbated the existing crisis of incarceration in the US, which has the highest incarceration rate of any country in the world. During this time, a group of women with loved ones incarcerated in Nevada's prison system founded the organization

_____ (2023-01-23). The Plague Of Social Isolation. popularresistance.org There is very little to recommend my old gym, other than the low monthly fee, where I worked out nearly every day from 2007 until the pandemic shut it down. The locker rooms were grimy with moldering carpets. There were brown rings around the basins and a thin blackish layer of slime, composed, I suspect, of dead skin, urine, hair, dust, dirt and assorted bacteria on the floor of the shower stalls. To step into the slime without flip flops was to take home athlete's foot and toenail fungus, at the very least. The sauna in the locker room was reportedly listed on a gay pick-up app and attracted pairs of men lookin…

Binoy Kampmark (2023-01-23). Doltish Ways: Biden's Documents Problem. dissidentvoice.org Through the course of his political life, the current US president has often been injudicious. He has stumbled, bungled and miscalculated. His electoral victory was fortuitous, aided by a number of factors, not least the conduct of his opponent and the murderous gift of a global pandemic. Along with his fellow Democrats, he has made …

ecns.cn (2023-01-23). They Say: More investors from Laos want to invest in China in future. ecns.cn China has eased its pandemic control policy, which is very good news for us. We expect more communication from people-to-people to cultural exchanges.

Editor (2023-01-23). Chris Hedges: The Plague of Social Isolation. scheerpost.com The rupture of social bonds and loss of community, caused by the decades-long assault on the poor and working class and the ravages of the pandemic, have resulted in a dangerous social isolation.

WSWS (2023-01-23). Pandemic deaths in China hit 700,000 since end of Zero-COVID policy, according to modeling estimates. wsws.org Revised estimates by British based analytics company Airfinity place cumulative deaths in China at 708,000 deaths since the beginning of December.

_____ (2023-01-23). Can Serbia Survive EU's Economic Ultimatum? strategic-culture.org By Branko MILANOVIC | (I am writing this article in English although my main audience is in Serbia. But I am doing it also because very few people in the world, preoccupied by other world crises, such as the war in Ukraine, US-China issues, covid and the like, know what is happening in the Balkans and what is the nature of the EU game there.) | The current EU ultimatum, delivered three days ago, to Serbia and Kosovo, whose exact content is unpublished (at the request of the EU delegation) is the result of more than 20 years of frustrations in the relations between EU and Serbia (and also between EU and Kosovo). T…

americanthinker (2023-01-23). Time Shows That The 'Paranoid' People Were Correct About COVID. americanthinker.com With 20/20 hindsight, it's clearer than ever that it was virtually impossible for COVID to have occurred naturally.

Dr. Joseph Mercola (2023-01-23). CDC Aware of Hundreds of Safety Signals for COVID Jab. "CDC Has Ignored Clear 'Death' Signal" globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-23). IMF predicts better prospects for world economy. ecns.cn The global economic outlook might not be as bad as previously feared, with China's optimized COVID-19 measures expected to boost growth, said the IMF chief on Friday.

Jeremy Loffredo (2023-01-23). US Africa Leaders Summit promises more exploitation for Africa, record profits for US mining firms. thegrayzone.com Recent deals between US Secretary of State Tony Blinken and African heads of state promise eye-popping profits for US mining multinationals and fewer protections for African laborers "toiling in subhuman conditions" to drive the digital revolution. The US Africa Leaders Summit held this December in Washington DC provided a platform for the Biden administration to advance its agenda across the African continent. With topics ranging from COVID-19 to climate change to "closing the digital divide," to "strengthening democracy," Washington's agenda …

Prof Michel Chossudovsky (2023-01-23). "Economic Warfare" Directed against China? The Shanghai "Covid Zero Tolerance Mandate" globalresearch.ca "Covid Tolerance Zero" has contributed to destabilizing Shanghai's financial sector as well as China's buoyant export economy. It has created social havoc for millions of people. The Chinese Government has now acknowledged that is was based on fake science.

WSWS (2023-01-23). New Zealand Labour Party installs new right-wing PM. wsws.org Jacinda Ardern's replacement, Chris Hipkins, has gained a reputation for ruthlessness as education minister, police minister and COVID-19 response minister, by imposing drastic austerity measures and the homicidal policy of mass infection.

WSWS (2023-01-23). Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders repeals emergency COVID-19 measures. wsws.org The Republican governor is Trump's former White House press secretary, as well as the daughter of former governor Mike Huckabee.

WSWS (2023-01-23). COVID claimed more Australian lives in first three weeks of 2023 than all of 2020. wsws.org If the rate of fatalities continues, this year will be even deadlier than 2022, when almost 15,000 Australians were killed by the "let it rip" COVID policies of Labor and Liberal governments.

Frank Breslin (2023-01-23). Christian Nationalism vs. the Separation of Church and State. commondreams.org

We have a long tradition in Am ≠erica of Separation of Church and State that prohi ≠bits government's promotion of religion on the one hand, and interference with its free exercise on the other. In their refusal to establish a state church or to favor one religion over another, the Founding Fathers didn't think that religion was bad but that there was something amiss in human nature, a certain tendency, a will to power and a lust for domination, that always bore watching.It was a virus that lay dormant until its host came to power, whereupon that person or group became suddenly rabid with a mania t…

Helen Buyniski (2023-01-23). Incentivizing Censorship: A Snitch in Every Skull. "The Totalitarian Virus" globalresearch.ca

news.un (2023-01-23). $2.54 billion needed to tackle unprecedented health needs in 2023: WHO. news.un.org Two-and-a-half billion dollars: that's how much funding the UN World Health Organization (WHO) will need across its operations this year, it said on Monday, to help a record number of people facing disease and starvation.

news.un (2023-01-23). WHO calls for action to totally eliminate trans fat, 'a toxic chemical that kills'. news.un.org Despite recent progress towards eliminating trans fat from food, some five billion people remain unprotected from its harmful impacts, thus increasing their risk of heart disease and death, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday.

Reynard Loki (2023-01-23). Our Planet Versus Plastic Bags—A Tale of Two Cities. independentmediainstitute.org Americans discard 100 billion plastic bags annually, the equivalent of 12 million barrels of oil. By Erika Schelby, Independent Media Institute 12 min read With oceans, countries, populations, and governments inundated by a plague of plastic worldwide, it may be useful to focus on the single-use plastic bag choices made by two cities, in the …

Isheka N. Harrison (2023-01-23). Top Russian Defense Minister: If We Lose in Ukraine, Could Provoke Nukes, World War 3. moguldom.com Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's former president and prime minister, said the federal republic could use nuclear weapons if it loses the war to Ukraine. "The loss of a nuclear power in a conventional war can provoke the outbreak of a nuclear war," Medvedev wrote in a Telegram, according to a translation by CNN. "Nuclear powers do not lose …

rqorinoco (2023-01-23). Outrage Mounts After Korean Confederation of Trade Unions Is Raided by Intelligence and Police. orinocotribune.com In a major escalation of the ongoing anti-trade union persecution in South Korea, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) was raided by the National Intelligence Service on charges of violating a Cold War-era national security law | On Wednesday, January 18, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU), one of the largest workers' organizations in South Korea, was raided by the intelligence and the police as the government escalated its persecution of trade unions and progressive groups in the country. Multiple raids were conducted at the offices of the KCTU and its affiliates by the National Intellig…

Susan Price (2023-01-23). COP15: Biodiversity loss, the sixth great extinction and the need for action. greenleft.org.au Susan Price interviews Canadian ecosocialist Marc Bonhomme about the 2022 United Nations Biodiversity Conference (COP15), which took place in Montreal from December 7‚Äí19.

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2023-01-23: News Headlines

David Skripac (2023-01-23). "Our Species is Being Genetically Modified": Humanity's March Toward Extinction? Analysis of the Microbiome and Virome. globalresearch.ca This year marks a turning point in human history. For the first time since human civilization began, our species is being genetically modified. Vaccine manufacturers have now made it possible for the human genome to be permanently altered —and humanity's relationship with nature forever changed.

Kurt Zindulka (2023-01-23). 'Pure Evil' — Tony Blair Calls for Digital Vaccine Tracking at Davos Ahead of 'New Slew of Injectables'. globalresearch.ca

The Expose (2023-01-23). A Pandemic of Lies: MHRA Confirms COVID Is Man-Made & the Vaccines Are Not Based on the "Virus" But Instead on Computer-Generated DNA. globalresearch.ca

Dr. Mark Trozzi (2023-01-23). UK Data Shows: The mRNA "Vaccine" Bioweapon Is Working. globalresearch.ca

Anjoulie Woodhead (2023-01-23). Concerns of Growth, Pandemic, War and Inflation Top World Economic Forum Agenda. indybay.org World Bank Cuts Global Growth Forecast as Developing Countries Struggle with Debt…

Antonio C.S. Rosa (2023-01-23). The Plague of Social Isolation. transcend.org 21 Jan 2023 – The rupture of social bonds and loss of community, caused by the decades-long assault on the poor and working class and the ravages of the pandemic, have resulted in a dangerous social isolation.

ecns.cn (2023-01-23). They Say: More investors from Laos want to invest in China in future. ecns.cn China has eased its pandemic control policy, which is very good news for us. We expect more communication from people-to-people to cultural exchanges.

Editor (2023-01-23). Chris Hedges: The Plague of Social Isolation. scheerpost.com The rupture of social bonds and loss of community, caused by the decades-long assault on the poor and working class and the ravages of the pandemic, have resulted in a dangerous social isolation.

WSWS (2023-01-23). Pandemic deaths in China hit 700,000 since end of Zero-COVID policy, according to modeling estimates. wsws.org Revised estimates by British based analytics company Airfinity place cumulative deaths in China at 708,000 deaths since the beginning of December.

Binoy Kampmark (2023-01-23). Doltish Ways: Biden's Documents Problem. dissidentvoice.org Through the course of his political life, the current US president has often been injudicious. He has stumbled, bungled and miscalculated. His electoral victory was fortuitous, aided by a number of factors, not least the conduct of his opponent and the murderous gift of a global pandemic. Along with his fellow Democrats, he has made …

_____ (2023-01-23). Can Serbia Survive EU's Economic Ultimatum? strategic-culture.org By Branko MILANOVIC | (I am writing this article in English although my main audience is in Serbia. But I am doing it also because very few people in the world, preoccupied by other world crises, such as the war in Ukraine, US-China issues, covid and the like, know what is happening in the Balkans and what is the nature of the EU game there.) | The current EU ultimatum, delivered three days ago, to Serbia and Kosovo, whose exact content is unpublished (at the request of the EU delegation) is the result of more than 20 years of frustrations in the relations between EU and Serbia (and also between EU and Kosovo). T…

americanthinker (2023-01-23). Time Shows That The 'Paranoid' People Were Correct About COVID. americanthinker.com With 20/20 hindsight, it's clearer than ever that it was virtually impossible for COVID to have occurred naturally.

ecns.cn (2023-01-23). IMF predicts better prospects for world economy. ecns.cn The global economic outlook might not be as bad as previously feared, with China's optimized COVID-19 measures expected to boost growth, said the IMF chief on Friday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-23). Selected outbound tours given go-ahead. ecns.cn The National Health Commission announced on Dec 26 that China would scrap the quarantine requirement for international arrivals starting on Jan 8, as it downgraded management of COVID-19 from Class A to Class B.

ecns.cn (2023-01-23). China Focus: Chinese rejoice in first holiday after COVID response change. ecns.cn Starting from Saturday, the Lunar New Year's Eve or "Chuxi" in Chinese, hundreds of millions of people are celebrating the Spring Festival in China, the grandest holiday for the Chinese.

ecns.cn (2023-01-23). China CDC releases monthly COVID-19 figures. ecns.cn China reported 12,658 COVID-19 related deaths at hospitals from Jan 13 to 19, the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention said on Saturday.As of Jan 19, there were nearly 472,000 hospitalized COVID-19 patients in China including about 51,700 in severe condition.

Prof Michel Chossudovsky (2023-01-23). "Economic Warfare" Directed against China? The Shanghai "Covid Zero Tolerance Mandate" globalresearch.ca "Covid Tolerance Zero" has contributed to destabilizing Shanghai's financial sector as well as China's buoyant export economy. It has created social havoc for millions of people. The Chinese Government has now acknowledged that is was based on fake science.

WSWS (2023-01-23). New Zealand Labour Party installs new right-wing PM. wsws.org Jacinda Ardern's replacement, Chris Hipkins, has gained a reputation for ruthlessness as education minister, police minister and COVID-19 response minister, by imposing drastic austerity measures and the homicidal policy of mass infection.

WSWS (2023-01-23). Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders repeals emergency COVID-19 measures. wsws.org The Republican governor is Trump's former White House press secretary, as well as the daughter of former governor Mike Huckabee.

WSWS (2023-01-23). COVID claimed more Australian lives in first three weeks of 2023 than all of 2020. wsws.org If the rate of fatalities continues, this year will be even deadlier than 2022, when almost 15,000 Australians were killed by the "let it rip" COVID policies of Labor and Liberal governments.

Jeremy Loffredo (2023-01-23). US Africa Leaders Summit promises more exploitation for Africa, record profits for US mining firms. thegrayzone.com Recent deals between US Secretary of State Tony Blinken and African heads of state promise eye-popping profits for US mining multinationals and fewer protections for African laborers "toiling in subhuman conditions" to drive the digital revolution. The US Africa Leaders Summit held this December in Washington DC provided a platform for the Biden administration to advance its agenda across the African continent. With topics ranging from COVID-19 to climate change to "closing the digital divide," to "strengthening democracy," Washington's agenda …

Dr. Joseph Mercola (2023-01-23). CDC Aware of Hundreds of Safety Signals for COVID Jab. "CDC Has Ignored Clear 'Death' Signal" globalresearch.ca

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-23). Mayo Clinic researchers link ovarian cancer to bacteria colonization in microbiome. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org ROCHESTER, Minn. — A specific colonization of microbes in the reproductive tract is commonly found in women with ovarian cancer, according to a new study from Mayo Clinic's Center for Individualized Medicine. The discovery, published in Scientific Reports, strengthens evidence that the bacterial component of the microbiome — a community of microorganisms that also consists of viruses, yeasts and fungi — is an important indicator for early detection, diagnosis and prognosis of ovarian cancer. Abigail…

Helen Buyniski (2023-01-23). Incentivizing Censorship: A Snitch in Every Skull. "The Totalitarian Virus" globalresearch.ca

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-23). Science Saturday: Removal of both ovaries in younger women associated with increased risk of Parkinson's. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Surgical removal of both ovaries is associated with an increased risk of Parkinson's disease and parkinsonism in women younger than 43, Mayo Clinic researchers report in JAMA Network Open. Using health record data from the Rochester Epidemiology Project, the study included 2,750 women who had undergone surgery to remove both ovaries, a procedure called bilateral oophorectomy, and 2,749 who had not. The reasons for the surgery were either a benign (noncancerous) condition — such as endometriosis, cyst, or other reason —…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-23). Consumer Health: Why your child's weight matters. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Healthy Weight Week will be observed Jan. 15—21, so this is a good time for a reminder of the connection between weight and health during childhood. The prevalence of obesity in adults in the U.S. increased from 30.5% to 41.9% from 1999—2020, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The prevalence of severe obesity increased from 4.7% to 9.2% in the same time frame. And the rate of childhood obesity is a serious…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-23). Mayo Clinic Minute: Screening for cervical cancer. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month in the U.S. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that more than 12,500 cases of cervical cancer were diagnosed, and more than 4,000 women died from the disease in 2019, the latest year of available data. Dr. Olivia Cardenas-Trowers, a Mayo Clinic urogynecologist, explains the importance of screening for cervical cancer. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/qBJBz_D88sg Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (1: 00) is in the downloads at the end of…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-23). Mayo Clinic Healthcare expert explains why reflux disease isn't 'just' heartburn. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org LONDON — Gastroesophageal reflux disease is one of the most common digestive disorders in the world. It happens when acid comes up from the stomach into the esophagus: The stomach can resist acid but the esophagus is less acid-resistant. James East, M.D., a gastroenterologist at Mayo Clinic Healthcare in London, says reflux disease may be common, but there can be severe complications if it is ongoing and left untreated. Heartburn is a key symptom of reflux disease, but…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-23). 6 tips to keep your brain healthy. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Changes to your body and brain are normal as you age. However, there are some things you can do to help slow any decline in memory and lower your risk of developing Alzheimer's disease or other dementias. Here are six things I recommend to my patients in order of importance: 1. Exercise regularly. Exercise has many known benefits, and regular physical activity also benefits the brain. Multiple research studies show that physical active people are…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-23). Mayo Clinic Minute: Role for opioids. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Drug overdoses from opioids have been linked to a decreased life span, according to recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The ongoing opioid crisis has been a complicated one for more than a decade. Death rates continue to rise, despite national medical guidelines for prescribing the pain medication. Dr. Holly Geyer leads the opioid stewardship program at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. She says there is an important role for opioids in patient…

Reynard Loki (2023-01-23). Our Planet Versus Plastic Bags—A Tale of Two Cities. independentmediainstitute.org Americans discard 100 billion plastic bags annually, the equivalent of 12 million barrels of oil. By Erika Schelby, Independent Media Institute 12 min read With oceans, countries, populations, and governments inundated by a plague of plastic worldwide, it may be useful to focus on the single-use plastic bag choices made by two cities, in the …

Isheka N. Harrison (2023-01-23). Top Russian Defense Minister: If We Lose in Ukraine, Could Provoke Nukes, World War 3. moguldom.com Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's former president and prime minister, said the federal republic could use nuclear weapons if it loses the war to Ukraine. "The loss of a nuclear power in a conventional war can provoke the outbreak of a nuclear war," Medvedev wrote in a Telegram, according to a translation by CNN. "Nuclear powers do not lose …

rqorinoco (2023-01-23). Outrage Mounts After Korean Confederation of Trade Unions Is Raided by Intelligence and Police. orinocotribune.com In a major escalation of the ongoing anti-trade union persecution in South Korea, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) was raided by the National Intelligence Service on charges of violating a Cold War-era national security law | On Wednesday, January 18, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU), one of the largest workers' organizations in South Korea, was raided by the intelligence and the police as the government escalated its persecution of trade unions and progressive groups in the country. Multiple raids were conducted at the offices of the KCTU and its affiliates by the National Intellig…

Prof Michel Chossudovsky (2023-01-22). BBC Scientific Nonsense: The Virus is a "Hit and Run Killer", "The Vaccine Saves Lives!" globalresearch.ca A sensationalist BBC report under the title: "Why is the Virus such a Threat" contends (quoting and misquoting "scientific opinion") that the virus' has a "hit and run killer evolutionary tactic" to spread the Covid-19 infection far and wide. …

Shabnam Mohamed (2023-01-22). Video: Calls Mount to Halt COVID-19 Vaccination Drive. globalresearch.ca

Dr. Meryl Nass (2023-01-22). The Myth of Pandemic Preparedness. globalresearch.ca

Jim Spellman (2023-01-22). First U.S. COVID-19 case reported three years ago. america.cgtn.com Three long years ago, the U.S. CDC announced the first confirmed case of what would soon be called COVID-19. Three years on, more than a million people in the U.S. have died from the virus, and the pandemic is far from over.

ecns.cn (2023-01-22). XAY.2 variant not detected in China. ecns.cn The COVID-19 XAY.2 variant has not been detected in China yet and the country will continue to trace it and make scientific analysis, said Chang Zhaorui from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in an interview with Xinhua.

ecns.cn (2023-01-22). COVID's peak behind us, officials say. ecns.cn China has passed its recent peak COVID-19 period for fever clinic and emergency room visits and intensive care unit admissions, and concerted efforts are being made to protect the nation's vast rural areas against the disease ahead of a major holiday, officials said on Thursday.

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2023-01-18: News Headlines

ecns.cn (2023-01-18). Beijing establishes comprehensive COVID monitoring system. ecns.cn Beijing has established a comprehensive monitoring system for the novel coronavirus infection via multiple channels and sources, which will be able to get real-time information of epidemic situations and predict the infection peak.

WSWS (2023-01-18). Over 400 COVID deaths in Australia last week. wsws.org Last week was the 10th deadliest of the entire pandemic, refuting all of the official claims that the COVID crisis is a thing of the past.

ecns.cn (2023-01-18). (W.E. Talk) Will China still be the 'world factory' and 'world market' in the future?>. ecns.cn Will China still be the world factory and the world market in the future? How will elements including the global pandemic, geopolitical competition, and the ongoing China-U.S. trade war influence how companies in both countries perceive and plan the markets in China and the U.S.? In the latest W.E. Talk, Eric Zheng, president of the American Chamber of Commerce, Shanghai and Rupert Hoogewerf, chairman and the chief researcher of the Hurun Report were invited to share their opinions.

ecns.cn (2023-01-18). Nation books for growth amid headwinds. ecns.cn While multiple pressures and headwinds may weigh on China's short-term outlook, the optimized COVID-19 control measures and stronger policy support will lead to a notable rebound in 2023.

ecns.cn (2023-01-18). NBS: Recovery to spur consumption. ecns.cn Growth potential of consumer goods will be unleashed and new consumption formats will evolve faster this year in China on the back of the economic recovery brought about by optimized COVID-19 control measures.

ecns.cn (2023-01-18). China's optimized COVID response to benefit global economic recovery: FM spokesperson. ecns.cn As the overall epidemiological situation improves and life and work come back to normal at a faster pace, China's economic and social vitality and development potential will be fully unleashed, which will inject more confidence and strength into the global economic recovery.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-18). Rising cases of COVID-19 variant, XBB.1.5. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Flu cases and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) rates are beginning to drop in the U.S.; however, reported cases of COVID-19 are increasing. A new COVID-19 omicron variant, XBB.1.5, is spreading quickly and being closely monitored, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "What we are learning about this new variant, XBB.1.5, is that it spreads much more easily compared to the previous variants, and almost twice more likely to spread compared to the previous variants," says Dr. Raj Palraj, an infectious diseases…

Toni Arenstein, Lyn Neeley (2023-01-18). Despite the blockade/ Cuba's health care system is extraordinary. workers.org The day the 51st Venceremos Brigade left for Cuba, Dec. 27, 2022, some 262 people in the U.S. died of COVID-19. Out of Cuba's 11 million people, only 30 tested positive for COVID-19 that same day. Leading scientists at Cuban pharmaceutical laboratory speak to Venceremos Brigade delegation. (Mairead Skehan Gillis) . . . |

WSWS (2023-01-18). China's abandonment of Zero-COVID and imperialist hypocrisy. wsws.org While the CCP bears responsibility for this disaster, the mass infection policy was implemented under the demands of the US and the other imperialist powers.

WSWS (2023-01-18). As XBB.1.5 variant spreads across Canada, COVID-19 deaths hit 11-month high. wsws.org According to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University published on the Our World in Data website, the rolling seven day average of Covid-19 fatalities in Canada reached 78 per day on January 12, the highest since February 28, 2022, when the Omicron first wave was cresting.

imperial.ac.uk (2023-01-18). Imperial-CNRS-Lille project to 'fast-track' treatments for metabolic diseases. imperial.ac.uk Imperial, France's National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the University of Lille are setting up a major project into metabolic diseases.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-18). Consumer Health: Do you know the symptoms of glaucoma? newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month, which makes this a good time to learn more about treating this group of eye conditions. About 3 million people in the U.S. have glaucoma, and it's the second-leading cause of blindness worldwide, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve, often due to abnormally high pressure in your eye. Elevated eye pressure is due to a buildup of…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-18). Mayo Clinic Minute: What are superbugs? newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Antibiotics treat bacterial infections, prevent the spread of disease and reduce serious complications of disease. But misusing antibiotics can lead to drug resistance and strains of superbugs. Dr. John Presutti, a Mayo Clinic family medicine physician, explains what your care team may ask of you before prescribing an antibiotic. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/N1nL8S0fVWo Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (1: 00) is in the downloads at the end of this post. Please courtesy: "Mayo Clinic News Network."…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-18). Mayo Clinic expert provides perspective on FDA approval of another experimental Alzheimer's drug. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted accelerated approval of a disease-modifying treatment that could potentially give some patients with Alzheimer's disease something they haven't had before: a medication that may slow the decline of memory and thinking. A monoclonal antibody, lecanemab, shows promise in removing amyloid plaques from the brain, according to phase 3 trial results. Amyloid plaques are one of the defining features of Alzheimer's disease, according to Dr. Ronald Petersen, a neurologist…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-18). Healthy Weight Awareness Month. Mayo Clinic innovations can help you lose weight, keep it off. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org MEDIA ADVISORY: Mayo Clinic experts available to talk about obesity epidemic in America and innovations in weight loss procedures January is Healthy Weight Awareness Month — and a time when many consider a fresh start with healthier eating and exercise habits. Consider these stats on obesity in America, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Forty-one percent of Americans are considered obese. And by 2030, an estimated 50% of Americans will be obese….

teleSUR, lvm, YSM (2023-01-18). OMS lanza iniciativa para crear más vacunas contra la tuberculosis. telesurtv.net En 2021, aproximadamente 10,6 millones de personas enfermaron de tuberculosis y 1,6 millones murieron.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-18). 4 ways to reduce risks of cervical cancer. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org HPV plays a role in causing most cervical cancer. Cervical cancer occurs in the cells of the cervix, the lower part of the uterus that connects to the vagina. "While it isn't clear what sparks the cervical cells to change their DNA, it is certain that HPV plays a role," says Kristina Butler, M.D., a Mayo Clinic gynecologic oncologist. HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the U.S. "Over 85% of the general…

ecns.cn (2023-01-18). Temple fair held to celebrate Spring Festival in Wuhan. ecns.cn A temple fair took the spotlight in Wuhan, the capital of China's Hubei Province on Monday, offering fun for residents and visitors with a collection of traditional activities.

ecns.cn (2023-01-17). Medtech firms racing to meet COVID-19 demand. ecns.cn Chinese medical device companies are gearing up capacity for novel coronavirus-related medical supplies like oxygenators, pulse oximeters and ventilators amid surging demand after the country optimized COVID-19 prevention and control measures.

teleSUR, odr, SH (2023-01-17). Uruguay registra 3.754 casos de Covid-19. telesurtv.net Uruguay acumula 1.029.564 casos confirmados de coronavirus, de acuerdo con el informe epidemiológico semanal del MSP.

Ann Brown (2023-01-17). American Idol Star C.J. Harris Passes Away At 31 From Sudden Heart Attack: Vaccine Debate Continues. moguldom.com Former American Idol contestant C.J. Harris died on Jan.15 of what has been reported as a sudden heart attack. He was just 31. His death has reignited the debate about the covid-19 vaccine and potential heart problems that might be caused by it. Harris died in Jasper, Alabama. According to the county's coroner, Joey Vick, …

Brett Wilkins (2023-01-17). Big Pharma Pushed Twitter to Hide Vaccine Equity Tweets, New Report Reveals. truthout.org Drugmaker BioNTech and the German government pushed Twitter to "hide" posts by activists calling on Big Pharma to temporarily lift patents on Covid-19 vaccines — a move which would have given people the Global South greater access to the lifesaving inoculations, a report published Monday by The Intercept revealed. Twitter lobbyist Nina Morschhaeuser "flagged the corporate accounts of Pfizer… |

Brett Wilkins (2023-01-17). 'Deeply sinister': emails reveal Big Pharma pushed Twitter to silence vaccine equity voices. nationofchange.org "At a time when online mobilizations were one of the few forms of protest available to the public, Twitter was seemingly asked to shield the powerful from criticism," said one campaigner. "That should worry all those who care about accountability."

Michael Nevradakis (2023-01-17). Prominent Cardiologist 'Truthbombs' Live BBC Broadcast, Calls for Suspension of mRNA Vaccines. globalresearch.ca

Dr. Peter McCullough (2023-01-17). Adolescent Palpitations and Syncope after COVID-19 Vaccination. globalresearch.ca

Dana Sanchez (2023-01-17). The Illuminati Is Out, Klaus Schwab And His Elite Davos Conference Are In: 5 Things To Know. moguldom.com You may not read or hear the word "Illuminati" relative to the annual World Economic Forum gathering now underway at a Swiss ski resort in Davos, Switzerland, but conspiracy theories swirl around the annual event. In 2021 during the covid pandemic, the World Economic Forum theme was "The Great Reset", which proposed a stakeholder model for …

ecns.cn (2023-01-17). First week of China's Spring Festival travel rush sees over 10,000 daily flights. ecns.cn The first week of China's Spring Festival travel rush has seen over 10,000 flights each day on average, an equivalent of over 80 percent of the same period before the pandemic, according to data from VariFight, an flight status platform.

ecns.cn (2023-01-17). Beijing Daxing airport officially resumes outbound overseas flight services on Tuesday. ecns.cn Beijing Daxing International Airport, the second air hub in the capital city, resumed its first outbound overseas flight services Tuesday morning after a nearly three-year pandemic induced suspension.

jamanetwork (2023-01-17). WHO Report: Cholera Resurgent in 2022 After Years of Decline. jamanetwork.com Cholera cases and cholera-associated deaths jumped globally in 2022 following years of decline, marking a resurgence of the ongoing seventh cholera pandemic, which began in 1961, according to a World Health Organization (WHO) report.

Sharon Zhang (2023-01-17). 38 Percent of Americans Delayed Medical Care Due to Cost in 2022, a Record High. truthout.org New polling finds that the proportion of Americans who have delayed medical treatment due to costs has hit a record high as the pandemic rages on and it becomes harder for the working class to afford regular and emergency costs. According to Gallup, 38 percent of Americans had either put off seeking medical treatment themselves or a member of their families did so in 2022. This is a 12 percent… |

Sharon Zhang (2023-01-17). For Every $1 Gained by a Bottom 90 Percenter Since 2020, a Billionaire Got $1.7M. truthout.org While the vast majority of people were struggling to stay alive and weather economic instability during the first two years of the pandemic, the world's richest 1 percent were thriving as the proportion of new global wealth they were capturing soared to new heights, a report reveals. Over the past decade, the global top 1 percent has taken about half of all new wealth — an already extremely high… |

WSWS (2023-01-17). Oxfam report documents "explosion of inequality" during pandemic. wsws.org Despite a slight reduction in overall wealth, billionaires and major corporations became "dramatically richer" in 2022 and were the main driver of global inflation.

_____ (2023-01-17). More Austerity In 2023 Will Fuel Protests. popularresistance.org This week world leaders meet in Davos to discuss cooperation to address multiple crises, from COVID-19 and escalating inflation to slowing economic growth, debt distress and climate shocks. | Only three months earlier, finance ministers had gathered in Washington DC for the same reason. The mood was grim. The need for ambitious actions could not be greater; however, there were no agreements, evidencing the fragility of multilateralism and international cooperation. | Worse, policy makers -advised by the International Monetary Fund- are resorting to old, failed and regressive policies, such as austerity (now calle…

_____ (2023-01-17). Isn't it Time for Adam Schiff to Be Expelled From Congress? strategic-culture.org With each new release of the "Twitter Files" we learn more and more about the deep corruption in Washington. We sensed during Covid that something was really wrong — for example the bizarre denial of natural immunity. But thanks to Elon Musk's decision to open the books, our worst fears have been proven true. Each new release seems to show something even more criminal inside America's rotten ruling class.

Ashley Smith (2023-01-17). US Corporations Are Complicit in the Repression of Uyghurs. truthout.org At the end of last year, China was rocked by a wave of protest against the government's stringent "zero-COVID" policy. The uprising was triggered in part by a horrific fire in an apartment block in Ürümqi, the capital of Xinjiang, that killed and injured many Uyghurs trapped under lockdown in their apartments. The protests, combined with the failure of zero-COVID to stop the spread of the omicron… |

ecns.cn (2023-01-17). COVID-19 has peaked among Chinese populace, figures show. ecns.cn While the number of COVID-19 patients needing intensive care has "reached a plateau", the number seeking treatment at fever clinics is dropping nationally, both national and local data show.

ecns.cn (2023-01-17). China to ensure funding for new-phase COVID response. ecns.cn China will step up efforts to guarantee its epidemic response funding with the focus on caring for health and preventing severe cases in a new phase of COVID response.

ecns.cn (2023-01-17). Beijing further opens air travel. ecns.cn Beijing Daxing International Airport on Tuesday resumed the operation of international passenger flights after China continuously optimized COVID-19 epidemic prevention and control policies.

Emanuel Pastreich (2023-01-17). Video: The Key to Ending COVID-19 Is Buried in the WTC Wreckage. globalresearch.ca

Prof. Claudia von Werlhof (2023-01-17). Global WAR-NING! Geoengineering Is Wrecking Our Planet and Humanity. globalresearch.ca World leaders are meeting in Glasgow at COP-26. All eyes are now on "the imminent dangers of CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions". The "climate emergency" is a timely instrument of propaganda used to distract people from questioning "the real crisis", namely the Covid-19 "plandemic".

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-17). Bolivia reporta disminución de casos de Covid-19. telesurtv.net El titular de la cartera sanitaria refirió que la disminución equivale a 1.083 casos menos que en la semana epidemiológica anterior.

WSWS (2023-01-17). New Zealand's COVID wave continues as XBB.1.5 variant found. wsws.org The health ministry is downplaying the highly-infectious new XBB.1.5 variant, while the Labour government continues to defend the homicidal policy of mass infection.

WSWS (2023-01-17). Louisiana and Alabama see surge in COVID-19 infections and deaths. wsws.org The southeastern United States is the region hardest hit by the latest Omicron subvariant, XBB.1.5, outside the Northeast and central California.

jamanetwork (2023-01-17). Radiotherapy Alone vs Radiotherapy With Concurrent Chemoradiotherapy and Survival of Patients With Low-Risk Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma—Reply. jamanetwork.com In Reply We agree with Ms Hu and Dr Kao that the current NCCN guidelines recommend definitive radiotherapy with or without concurrent chemotherapy for NPC with stage II and T3N0 disease, and in this subset, induction or adjuvant chemotherapy only for patients with high-risk features including bulky tumor volume or high serum EBV DNA copy number. Our study excluded patients who had NPC with high-risk features, so all patients with low-risk NPC were not treated with induction or adjuvant chemotherapy. Although triweekly delivery of cisplatin has been the standard regimen for concurrent chemotherapy, a phase 2 clini…

Internationalist 360 ∞ (2023-01-17). Europe's Gas Emergency: A Continent Hostage to Seller Prices. libya360.wordpress.com Mohamad Hasan Sweidan Europe's reliance on Russian gas imports has been upended by sanctions against Moscow. With few options for practical alternatives, the continent will remain energy-dependent and financially-vulnerable regardless of who it imports from. The 2022 outbreak of war between Russia and Ukraine revealed the importance of energy security in bolstering Moscow's geopolitical power in…

WSWS (2023-01-17). Protesters demand release of video after Memphis, Tennessee man dies from injuries suffered at the hands of police during traffic stop. wsws.org Nichols' death has produced a number of protests and demonstrations demanding the release of body camera footage, while city officials feverishly attempt to contain the fallout.

WSWS (2023-01-17). Protesters demand release of video after Memphis, Tennessee, man dies from injuries suffered at the hands of police during traffic stop. wsws.org Nichols' death has produced a number of protests and demonstrations demanding the release of body camera footage, while city officials feverishly attempt to contain the fallout.

jamanetwork (2023-01-17). Increasing Antimicrobial Resistance Poses Global Threat, WHO Says. jamanetwork.com High levels of antimicrobial resistance are causing life-threatening bloodstream infections and increasing treatment resistance for several common bacterial infections, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

jamanetwork (2023-01-17). Surgical Site Infection Prevention—A Review. jamanetwork.com This review summarizes current evidence-based interventions for prevention of surgical site infection that are applicable to the majority of operations.

jamanetwork (2023-01-17). High-Flow Oxygen vs Standard Oxygen Therapy on Length of Hospital Stay in Children. jamanetwork.com This randomized clinical trial compares the effect of early high-flow oxygen therapy vs standard oxygen therapy on length of hospital stay in children with acute hypoxemic respiratory failure.

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2023-01-17: News Headlines

ecns.cn (2023-01-17). Medtech firms racing to meet COVID-19 demand. ecns.cn Chinese medical device companies are gearing up capacity for novel coronavirus-related medical supplies like oxygenators, pulse oximeters and ventilators amid surging demand after the country optimized COVID-19 prevention and control measures.

teleSUR, odr, SH (2023-01-17). Uruguay registra 3.754 casos de Covid-19. telesurtv.net Uruguay acumula 1.029.564 casos confirmados de coronavirus, de acuerdo con el informe epidemiológico semanal del MSP.

Ann Brown (2023-01-17). American Idol Star C.J. Harris Passes Away At 31 From Sudden Heart Attack: Vaccine Debate Continues. moguldom.com Former American Idol contestant C.J. Harris died on Jan.15 of what has been reported as a sudden heart attack. He was just 31. His death has reignited the debate about the covid-19 vaccine and potential heart problems that might be caused by it. Harris died in Jasper, Alabama. According to the county's coroner, Joey Vick, …

Brett Wilkins (2023-01-17). 'Deeply sinister': emails reveal Big Pharma pushed Twitter to silence vaccine equity voices. nationofchange.org "At a time when online mobilizations were one of the few forms of protest available to the public, Twitter was seemingly asked to shield the powerful from criticism," said one campaigner. "That should worry all those who care about accountability."

Dr. Peter McCullough (2023-01-17). Adolescent Palpitations and Syncope after COVID-19 Vaccination. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-17). First week of China's Spring Festival travel rush sees over 10,000 daily flights. ecns.cn The first week of China's Spring Festival travel rush has seen over 10,000 flights each day on average, an equivalent of over 80 percent of the same period before the pandemic, according to data from VariFight, an flight status platform.

ecns.cn (2023-01-17). Beijing Daxing airport officially resumes outbound overseas flight services on Tuesday. ecns.cn Beijing Daxing International Airport, the second air hub in the capital city, resumed its first outbound overseas flight services Tuesday morning after a nearly three-year pandemic induced suspension.

jamanetwork (2023-01-17). WHO Report: Cholera Resurgent in 2022 After Years of Decline. jamanetwork.com Cholera cases and cholera-associated deaths jumped globally in 2022 following years of decline, marking a resurgence of the ongoing seventh cholera pandemic, which began in 1961, according to a World Health Organization (WHO) report.

WSWS (2023-01-17). Oxfam report documents "explosion of inequality" during pandemic. wsws.org Despite a slight reduction in overall wealth, billionaires and major corporations became "dramatically richer" in 2022 and were the main driver of global inflation.

_____ (2023-01-17). Isn't it Time for Adam Schiff to Be Expelled From Congress? strategic-culture.org With each new release of the "Twitter Files" we learn more and more about the deep corruption in Washington. We sensed during Covid that something was really wrong — for example the bizarre denial of natural immunity. But thanks to Elon Musk's decision to open the books, our worst fears have been proven true. Each new release seems to show something even more criminal inside America's rotten ruling class.

ecns.cn (2023-01-17). COVID-19 has peaked among Chinese populace, figures show. ecns.cn While the number of COVID-19 patients needing intensive care has "reached a plateau", the number seeking treatment at fever clinics is dropping nationally, both national and local data show.

ecns.cn (2023-01-17). China to ensure funding for new-phase COVID response. ecns.cn China will step up efforts to guarantee its epidemic response funding with the focus on caring for health and preventing severe cases in a new phase of COVID response.

ecns.cn (2023-01-17). Beijing further opens air travel. ecns.cn Beijing Daxing International Airport on Tuesday resumed the operation of international passenger flights after China continuously optimized COVID-19 epidemic prevention and control policies.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-17). Rising cases of COVID-19 variant, XBB.1.5. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Flu cases and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) rates are beginning to drop in the U.S.; however, reported cases of COVID-19 are increasing. A new COVID-19 omicron variant, XBB.1.5, is spreading quickly and being closely monitored, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "What we are learning about this new variant, XBB.1.5, is that it spreads much more easily compared to the previous variants, and almost twice more likely to spread compared to the previous variants," says Dr. Raj Palraj, an infectious diseases…

Prof. Claudia von Werlhof (2023-01-17). Global WAR-NING! Geoengineering Is Wrecking Our Planet and Humanity. globalresearch.ca World leaders are meeting in Glasgow at COP-26. All eyes are now on "the imminent dangers of CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions". The "climate emergency" is a timely instrument of propaganda used to distract people from questioning "the real crisis", namely the Covid-19 "plandemic".

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-17). Bolivia reporta disminución de casos de Covid-19. telesurtv.net El titular de la cartera sanitaria refirió que la disminución equivale a 1.083 casos menos que en la semana epidemiológica anterior.

WSWS (2023-01-17). New Zealand's COVID wave continues as XBB.1.5 variant found. wsws.org The health ministry is downplaying the highly-infectious new XBB.1.5 variant, while the Labour government continues to defend the homicidal policy of mass infection.

WSWS (2023-01-17). Louisiana and Alabama see surge in COVID-19 infections and deaths. wsws.org The southeastern United States is the region hardest hit by the latest Omicron subvariant, XBB.1.5, outside the Northeast and central California.

jamanetwork (2023-01-17). Radiotherapy Alone vs Radiotherapy With Concurrent Chemoradiotherapy and Survival of Patients With Low-Risk Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma—Reply. jamanetwork.com In Reply We agree with Ms Hu and Dr Kao that the current NCCN guidelines recommend definitive radiotherapy with or without concurrent chemotherapy for NPC with stage II and T3N0 disease, and in this subset, induction or adjuvant chemotherapy only for patients with high-risk features including bulky tumor volume or high serum EBV DNA copy number. Our study excluded patients who had NPC with high-risk features, so all patients with low-risk NPC were not treated with induction or adjuvant chemotherapy. Although triweekly delivery of cisplatin has been the standard regimen for concurrent chemotherapy, a phase 2 clini…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-17). Consumer Health: Do you know the symptoms of glaucoma? newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month, which makes this a good time to learn more about treating this group of eye conditions. About 3 million people in the U.S. have glaucoma, and it's the second-leading cause of blindness worldwide, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve, often due to abnormally high pressure in your eye. Elevated eye pressure is due to a buildup of…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-17). Mayo Clinic Minute: What are superbugs? newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Antibiotics treat bacterial infections, prevent the spread of disease and reduce serious complications of disease. But misusing antibiotics can lead to drug resistance and strains of superbugs. Dr. John Presutti, a Mayo Clinic family medicine physician, explains what your care team may ask of you before prescribing an antibiotic. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/N1nL8S0fVWo Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (1: 00) is in the downloads at the end of this post. Please courtesy: "Mayo Clinic News Network."…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-17). Mayo Clinic expert provides perspective on FDA approval of another experimental Alzheimer's drug. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted accelerated approval of a disease-modifying treatment that could potentially give some patients with Alzheimer's disease something they haven't had before: a medication that may slow the decline of memory and thinking. A monoclonal antibody, lecanemab, shows promise in removing amyloid plaques from the brain, according to phase 3 trial results. Amyloid plaques are one of the defining features of Alzheimer's disease, according to Dr. Ronald Petersen, a neurologist…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-17). Healthy Weight Awareness Month. Mayo Clinic innovations can help you lose weight, keep it off. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org MEDIA ADVISORY: Mayo Clinic experts available to talk about obesity epidemic in America and innovations in weight loss procedures January is Healthy Weight Awareness Month — and a time when many consider a fresh start with healthier eating and exercise habits. Consider these stats on obesity in America, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Forty-one percent of Americans are considered obese. And by 2030, an estimated 50% of Americans will be obese….

WSWS (2023-01-17). Protesters demand release of video after Memphis, Tennessee man dies from injuries suffered at the hands of police during traffic stop. wsws.org Nichols' death has produced a number of protests and demonstrations demanding the release of body camera footage, while city officials feverishly attempt to contain the fallout.

WSWS (2023-01-17). Protesters demand release of video after Memphis, Tennessee, man dies from injuries suffered at the hands of police during traffic stop. wsws.org Nichols' death has produced a number of protests and demonstrations demanding the release of body camera footage, while city officials feverishly attempt to contain the fallout.

jamanetwork (2023-01-17). Increasing Antimicrobial Resistance Poses Global Threat, WHO Says. jamanetwork.com High levels of antimicrobial resistance are causing life-threatening bloodstream infections and increasing treatment resistance for several common bacterial infections, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

jamanetwork (2023-01-17). Surgical Site Infection Prevention—A Review. jamanetwork.com This review summarizes current evidence-based interventions for prevention of surgical site infection that are applicable to the majority of operations.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-17). 4 ways to reduce risks of cervical cancer. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org HPV plays a role in causing most cervical cancer. Cervical cancer occurs in the cells of the cervix, the lower part of the uterus that connects to the vagina. "While it isn't clear what sparks the cervical cells to change their DNA, it is certain that HPV plays a role," says Kristina Butler, M.D., a Mayo Clinic gynecologic oncologist. HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the U.S. "Over 85% of the general…

jamanetwork (2023-01-17). High-Flow Oxygen vs Standard Oxygen Therapy on Length of Hospital Stay in Children. jamanetwork.com This randomized clinical trial compares the effect of early high-flow oxygen therapy vs standard oxygen therapy on length of hospital stay in children with acute hypoxemic respiratory failure.

americanthinker (2023-01-16). What happens when you write to your elected representatives over the COVID vaccine issue. americanthinker.com They don't respond very well, suffice to say.

Antonio C.S. Rosa (2023-01-16). Seeing Is Believing: What the Data Reveal about Deaths Following COVID Vaccine Rollouts around the World. transcend.org 9 Jan 2023 – Why would so many countries big and small, rich and poor, in different parts of the world, some with congested cities, some sparsely populated, cold weather or hot weather, tropical or desert, high altitude or low altitude, small islands or landlocked — why would they all see increases in COVID-19 deaths after mass vaccination?>

Armed Forces Press (2023-01-16). The US Department of Defense Controlled COVID 'Vaccines' from the Start Under A National Security Program. Lied the Entire Time — Were Never 'Safe and Effective'. globalresearch.ca

Dr. Peter McCullough (2023-01-16). Massive Clot Burden Days after Taking Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-16). Chinese vaccines have been proven to be safe and effective: FM. ecns.cn

Global Research News (2023-01-16). Selected Articles: FDA Advisers Are Angry at Moderna for Hiding Data. globalresearch.ca By It turns out that the FDA advisers approved Moderna booster shots based on "antibody counting," a quack medicine approach called immunobridging. The reason immunobridging …

WSWS (2023-01-16). The Berlin Senate and the German government end compulsory mask wearing on public transport. wsws.org The Senate in Berlin and the federal government have decided to end the compulsory wearing of masks on local and long-distance public transport.

_____ (2023-01-16). The Republic of Korea is taking over the world using the Covid-19 pandemic. journal-neo.org South Korea found the answer to conquering the world years ago. Taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Republic of Korea (ROK) has gone on the offensive on new fronts. While others shake their fists and brandish their missiles, the South Koreans rely on soft power — they have been promoting their culture in other …

Arthur Topham (2023-01-16). Covid-19 Pandemic: Open Letter to Premier David Eby on the Reinstatement of BC's Laid Off Nurses. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-16). Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link resumes operations. ecns.cn After nearly three years of service suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hong Kong section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link resumed operation Sunday.

infobrics (2023-01-16). BRICS' Future in a Changing World Order. infobrics.org In the face of the dynamic economic and financial shifts of the 2010s; the worldwide pandemic, and economic, social, and political disruptions caused by it; and most of all, the power rivalry amongst nations—including between some of the BRICS members, is there still room left for alignment of interests within the BRICS?>

WSWS (2023-01-16). Faculty at University of Illinois at Chicago to strike over pay and support for student mental health. wsws.org After years of nearly flat wage increases and erosion of their earnings by inflation, the faculty is determined to fight for higher pay and for mental health supports for students who have suffered greatly due to the pandemic.

WSWS (2023-01-16). UK recorded ,000 more excess deaths in 2022 than in 2019. wsws.org There were more excess deaths in Britain in 2022 than almost all of the past 70 years other than at the height of the pandemic.

Antonio C.S. Rosa (2023-01-16). The Psychology of Veridos‚Ñ¢ (Seekers of Truth and Justice). transcend.org 9 Jan 2023 – A Study of Moral Heroism of the 5% or less – A courageous vocal minority has arisen in the face of relentless opposition, demonization, censorship and punishment to challenge the official Covid narrative, to speak out and work for truth, justice, health and freedom.

Dr. Joseph Mercola (2023-01-16). Are Athletes Dropping Dead from the COVID Jab? globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-16). Fingertip pulse oximeters cover 600,000 village clinics in China: authorities. ecns.cn Fingertip pulse oximeters have covered over600,000 village clinics in China, said Chinese health authorities for COVID-19 prevention and control in rural areas on Sunday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-16). Tourists eager to spread their wings again. ecns.cn China's outbound tourism sector is expected to bounce back as a result of the newly adjusted COVID-19 response that lifts restrictions on Chinese citizens' traveling overseas and also promotes cross-border personnel exchanges.

ecns.cn (2023-01-16). Asia-Pacific countries eager to welcome back Chinese tourists. ecns.cn China's recent optimization of its COVID-19 response and the gradual return of Chinese citizens' overseas travel have encouraged those working in the tourism sectors of Asia-Pacific countries.

Internationalist 360 ∞ (2023-01-16). The Psychology of Veridos: A Study of Moral Heroism of the 5% or Less. libya360.wordpress.com Editorial Comment: While the author's focus is primarily on the response and resistance to the mainstream and government covid narrative and agenda, the broader application of her findings are most fascinating. There have been extensive studies of pathological human behaviour, political ponerology, herd mentality, hive mind, mass formation and mass psychosis, but few have examinied…

Mario Hernández (2023-01-16). A la vuelta del XX Congreso del Partido Comunista Chino. globalizacion.ca El XX Congreso se inauguró en medio de la crisis económica y social más grave que China haya presenciado en décadas. La desaceleración del crecimiento económico, la indignación social masiva por los bloqueos frente al COVID-19, los apagones continuos y…

Michael Kane (2023-01-16). NY Healthcare Workers Fired for Declining COVID Shot Win in Court! globalresearch.ca

WSWS (2023-01-16). Chinese National Health Commission discloses 60,000 deaths since abandoning Zero COVID. wsws.org As late as January 12, health authorities had confirmed that a mere 37 people had died from the virus, a figure known to be completely erroneous.

teleSUR, JGN (2023-01-16). Suman 19 casos del cólera en República Dominicana. telesurtv.net La dependencia indicó que hasta el momento no se reportan decesos por la enfermedad causada por la bacteria Vibrio cholerae.

Anonymous Contributor (2023-01-16). Savannah, GA Residents Rally at Brasfield & Gorrie site to Stop Cop City! itsgoingdown.org Report back on solidarity rally with the movement to Defend the Atlanta Forest in Savannah, Georgia. Following the raids of the Weelaunee Forest and arrest of six forest defenders in mid-December, supporters of the movement to Defend the Atlanta Forest called for a Weekend of Solidarity with the movement from January 13th-16th. In response, we…

Antonio C.S. Rosa (2023-01-16). What the Rioters in Brazil Learned from North Americans. transcend.org 9 Jan 2023 – Jair Bolsonaro's supporters showed that antidemocratic revolutions can be contagious too.

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2023-01-16: News Headlines

americanthinker (2023-01-16). What happens when you write to your elected representatives over the COVID vaccine issue. americanthinker.com They don't respond very well, suffice to say.

Antonio C.S. Rosa (2023-01-16). Seeing Is Believing: What the Data Reveal about Deaths Following COVID Vaccine Rollouts around the World. transcend.org 9 Jan 2023 – Why would so many countries big and small, rich and poor, in different parts of the world, some with congested cities, some sparsely populated, cold weather or hot weather, tropical or desert, high altitude or low altitude, small islands or landlocked — why would they all see increases in COVID-19 deaths after mass vaccination?>

Dr. Peter McCullough (2023-01-16). Massive Clot Burden Days after Taking Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-16). Chinese vaccines have been proven to be safe and effective: FM. ecns.cn

Global Research News (2023-01-16). Selected Articles: FDA Advisers Are Angry at Moderna for Hiding Data. globalresearch.ca By It turns out that the FDA advisers approved Moderna booster shots based on "antibody counting," a quack medicine approach called immunobridging. The reason immunobridging …

WSWS (2023-01-16). The Berlin Senate and the German government end compulsory mask wearing on public transport. wsws.org The Senate in Berlin and the federal government have decided to end the compulsory wearing of masks on local and long-distance public transport.

_____ (2023-01-16). The Republic of Korea is taking over the world using the Covid-19 pandemic. journal-neo.org South Korea found the answer to conquering the world years ago. Taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Republic of Korea (ROK) has gone on the offensive on new fronts. While others shake their fists and brandish their missiles, the South Koreans rely on soft power — they have been promoting their culture in other …

Arthur Topham (2023-01-16). Covid-19 Pandemic: Open Letter to Premier David Eby on the Reinstatement of BC's Laid Off Nurses. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-16). Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link resumes operations. ecns.cn After nearly three years of service suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hong Kong section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link resumed operation Sunday.

infobrics (2023-01-16). BRICS' Future in a Changing World Order. infobrics.org In the face of the dynamic economic and financial shifts of the 2010s; the worldwide pandemic, and economic, social, and political disruptions caused by it; and most of all, the power rivalry amongst nations—including between some of the BRICS members, is there still room left for alignment of interests within the BRICS?>

WSWS (2023-01-16). Faculty at University of Illinois at Chicago to strike over pay and support for student mental health. wsws.org After years of nearly flat wage increases and erosion of their earnings by inflation, the faculty is determined to fight for higher pay and for mental health supports for students who have suffered greatly due to the pandemic.

Antonio C.S. Rosa (2023-01-16). The Psychology of Veridos‚Ñ¢ (Seekers of Truth and Justice). transcend.org 9 Jan 2023 – A Study of Moral Heroism of the 5% or less – A courageous vocal minority has arisen in the face of relentless opposition, demonization, censorship and punishment to challenge the official Covid narrative, to speak out and work for truth, justice, health and freedom.

ecns.cn (2023-01-16). Fingertip pulse oximeters cover 600,000 village clinics in China: authorities. ecns.cn Fingertip pulse oximeters have covered over600,000 village clinics in China, said Chinese health authorities for COVID-19 prevention and control in rural areas on Sunday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-16). Tourists eager to spread their wings again. ecns.cn China's outbound tourism sector is expected to bounce back as a result of the newly adjusted COVID-19 response that lifts restrictions on Chinese citizens' traveling overseas and also promotes cross-border personnel exchanges.

ecns.cn (2023-01-16). Asia-Pacific countries eager to welcome back Chinese tourists. ecns.cn China's recent optimization of its COVID-19 response and the gradual return of Chinese citizens' overseas travel have encouraged those working in the tourism sectors of Asia-Pacific countries.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-16). Rising cases of COVID-19 variant, XBB.1.5. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Flu cases and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) rates are beginning to drop in the U.S.; however, reported cases of COVID-19 are increasing. A new COVID-19 omicron variant, XBB.1.5, is spreading quickly and being closely monitored, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "What we are learning about this new variant, XBB.1.5, is that it spreads much more easily compared to the previous variants, and almost twice more likely to spread compared to the previous variants," says Dr. Raj Palraj, an infectious diseases…

WSWS (2023-01-16). Chinese National Health Commission discloses 60,000 deaths since abandoning Zero COVID. wsws.org As late as January 12, health authorities had confirmed that a mere 37 people had died from the virus, a figure known to be completely erroneous.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-16). Consumer Health: Do you know the symptoms of glaucoma? newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month, which makes this a good time to learn more about treating this group of eye conditions. About 3 million people in the U.S. have glaucoma, and it's the second-leading cause of blindness worldwide, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve, often due to abnormally high pressure in your eye. Elevated eye pressure is due to a buildup of…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-16). Mayo Clinic Minute: What are superbugs? newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Antibiotics treat bacterial infections, prevent the spread of disease and reduce serious complications of disease. But misusing antibiotics can lead to drug resistance and strains of superbugs. Dr. John Presutti, a Mayo Clinic family medicine physician, explains what your care team may ask of you before prescribing an antibiotic. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/N1nL8S0fVWo Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (1: 00) is in the downloads at the end of this post. Please courtesy: "Mayo Clinic News Network."…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-16). Mayo Clinic expert provides perspective on FDA approval of another experimental Alzheimer's drug. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted accelerated approval of a disease-modifying treatment that could potentially give some patients with Alzheimer's disease something they haven't had before: a medication that may slow the decline of memory and thinking. A monoclonal antibody, lecanemab, shows promise in removing amyloid plaques from the brain, according to phase 3 trial results. Amyloid plaques are one of the defining features of Alzheimer's disease, according to Dr. Ronald Petersen, a neurologist…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-16). Healthy Weight Awareness Month. Mayo Clinic innovations can help you lose weight, keep it off. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org MEDIA ADVISORY: Mayo Clinic experts available to talk about obesity epidemic in America and innovations in weight loss procedures January is Healthy Weight Awareness Month — and a time when many consider a fresh start with healthier eating and exercise habits. Consider these stats on obesity in America, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Forty-one percent of Americans are considered obese. And by 2030, an estimated 50% of Americans will be obese….

teleSUR, JGN (2023-01-16). Suman 19 casos del cólera en República Dominicana. telesurtv.net La dependencia indicó que hasta el momento no se reportan decesos por la enfermedad causada por la bacteria Vibrio cholerae.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-16). 4 ways to reduce risks of cervical cancer. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org HPV plays a role in causing most cervical cancer. Cervical cancer occurs in the cells of the cervix, the lower part of the uterus that connects to the vagina. "While it isn't clear what sparks the cervical cells to change their DNA, it is certain that HPV plays a role," says Kristina Butler, M.D., a Mayo Clinic gynecologic oncologist. HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the U.S. "Over 85% of the general…

Antonio C.S. Rosa (2023-01-16). What the Rioters in Brazil Learned from North Americans. transcend.org 9 Jan 2023 – Jair Bolsonaro's supporters showed that antidemocratic revolutions can be contagious too.

Kashica Webber-Ritchey (2023-01-15). Op-Ed: Why It's Still Important To Listen To The Black Community's Concerns Around Vaccine Hesitancy And Misinformation. newsone.com A sign encouraging COVID-19 vaccination is seen outside a park on June 30, 2021, in Birmingham, Alabama. &#1 ; A black minority suspicious of vaccines in general, and conservative white rural people convinced that the vaccine is more dangerous than Covid-19: Alabama and several southern states in the United States have among the lowest vaccination rates, making this deprived region an Achilles heel in the face of the coronavirus. | Source: ELIJAH NOUVELAGE / Getty | Conservative activist Charlie Kirk's tweet implying that Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin's tragic on-field collapse was linked to the COVID-19 vacc…

americanthinker (2023-01-15). About those overcounted COVID-19 deaths… americanthinker.com The media, especially the social media, say they are very strict about reporting misinformation but that is a lie.

americanthinker (2023-01-15). German authorities want to put Jewish Holocaust survivor into psychiatric clinic, force her to take COVID jab. americanthinker.com "For her own good," the Germans reportedly said.

Dr. Joseph Mercola (2023-01-15). 'Anecdotals' Documentary, Covid-19 Shots, Pfizer Trial 'Like Nothing I've Ever Seen'. globalresearch.ca

Staff (2023-01-15). Subvariante de ómicron provoca ola de contagios en EEUU. cubadebate.cu La subvariante XBB.1.5 de ómicron se esparce rápidamente en Estados Unidos y representa el 43 por ciento de los casos de covid-19 reportados, según los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.Dicha cepa es actualmente la variante más transmisible del país.

teleSUR, JCM (2023-01-15). China reporta 60.000 muertes relacionadas con Covid-19. telesurtv.net Un total de 59.938 muertes por causa de la COVID-19 fue registrado en los hospitales de China desde el 8 de diciembre de 2022 hasta el 12 de enero de 2023.

teleSUR, JDO (2023-01-15). Gobierno de Honduras declara emergencia por influenza aviar. telesurtv.net La medida tiene un carácter preventivo, de control y de eliminación de casos. Se establece por 90 días pero puede prorrogarse.

ecns.cn (2023-01-15). (W.E.Talk)Solving Human-Elephant Conflict Worldwide. ecns.cn As human and elephant habitats increasingly overlap, conflict between the two species is becoming more and more fierce. This is not only a challenge faced by many countries where wild elephants live, but also a microcosm of the international conflict between biodiversity conservation and economic and social development.

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2023-01-15: News Headlines

infobrics (2023-01-16). BRICS' Future in a Changing World Order. infobrics.org In the face of the dynamic economic and financial shifts of the 2010s; the worldwide pandemic, and economic, social, and political disruptions caused by it; and most of all, the power rivalry amongst nations—including between some of the BRICS members, is there still room left for alignment of interests within the BRICS?>

Staff (2023-01-15). Subvariante de ómicron provoca ola de contagios en EEUU. cubadebate.cu La subvariante XBB.1.5 de ómicron se esparce rápidamente en Estados Unidos y representa el 43 por ciento de los casos de covid-19 reportados, según los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.Dicha cepa es actualmente la variante más transmisible del país.

teleSUR, JCM (2023-01-15). China reporta 60.000 muertes relacionadas con Covid-19. telesurtv.net Un total de 59.938 muertes por causa de la COVID-19 fue registrado en los hospitales de China desde el 8 de diciembre de 2022 hasta el 12 de enero de 2023.

teleSUR, JDO (2023-01-15). Gobierno de Honduras declara emergencia por influenza aviar. telesurtv.net La medida tiene un carácter preventivo, de control y de eliminación de casos. Se establece por 90 días pero puede prorrogarse.

ecns.cn (2023-01-15). (W.E.Talk)Solving Human-Elephant Conflict Worldwide. ecns.cn As human and elephant habitats increasingly overlap, conflict between the two species is becoming more and more fierce. This is not only a challenge faced by many countries where wild elephants live, but also a microcosm of the international conflict between biodiversity conservation and economic and social development.

ecns.cn (2023-01-14). Cambodia forecasts 4.6 mln air passengers in 2023 after China's reopening: spokesman. ecns.cn Cambodia is expected to attract 4.6 million air passengers in 2023 after China's optimization of its pandemic control policies on Jan. 8, a spokesman said on Saturday.

Labor & Community Studies Department CCSF (2023-01-14). Thursday 2/2: Essential: How the Pandemic Spurred A Radical New Phase in the Labor Movement with Author. indybay.org The Green Arcade | 1680 Market Street | San Francisco, CA 94102…

WSWS (2023-01-14). Ultraviolet light and indoor air disinfection to fight pandemics: A technology long overdue—Part 2. wsws.org The ability to disinfect indoor spaces remains a critical public health endeavor. Ultraviolet technology is an important tool that has been employed for more than a century. The report reviews the current issues behind air disinfection and the history of ultraviolet disinfection.

Jie Qiao, Yuanyuan Wang, Fei Kong, Yu Fu (2023-01-14). [Correspondence] Medical education reforms in China. thelancet.com Julio Frenk and colleagues1 put forward education for life as a guiding principle for health-professional education after the COVID-19 pandemic. We concur with the need for a radical rethink of medical education systems worldwide, and would like to share responses and reflections from China at a time that coincides with the 110th anniversary of the Peking University Health Science Center (PUHSC; figure).

Dongsheng News (2023-01-14). China Reopens Its Borders. dissidentvoice.org This week's News on China in 2 minutes. | ‚Ä¢ China reopens its borders | ‚Ä¢ COVID-19 frontline rural doctors | ‚Ä¢ Jack Ma gives up Ant Group | ‚Ä¢ China moves to climate-adaption…

ecns.cn (2023-01-14). 59,938 COVID-19 related deaths reported across Chinese hospitals from Dec. 8 to Jan. 12. ecns.cn A total of 59,938 COVID-19 related deaths were reported at hospitals across China from Dec. 8 to Jan 12, with an average age of 80.3 years old, said an official from the National Health Commission at a press conference on Saturday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-14). No local Omicron XBB.1.5 infections detected in China so far. ecns.cn There have been no local cases of the COVID-19 Omicron XBB.1.5 detected in China so far, according to a virology expert at a press conference for COVID-19 response held Friday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-14). 59,938 COVID-19 related deaths reported at Chinese hospitals from Dec. 8 to Jan. 12. ecns.cn A total of 59,938 COVID-19 related deaths were reported at hospitals across China from Dec. 8 to Jan 12, with an average age of 80.3 years old, said an official from the National Health Commission at a press conference on Saturday.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-14). Rising cases of COVID-19 variant, XBB.1.5. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Flu cases and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) rates are beginning to drop in the U.S.; however, reported cases of COVID-19 are increasing. A new COVID-19 omicron variant, XBB.1.5, is spreading quickly and being closely monitored, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "What we are learning about this new variant, XBB.1.5, is that it spreads much more easily compared to the previous variants, and almost twice more likely to spread compared to the previous variants," says Dr. Raj Palraj, an infectious diseases…

Staff (2023-01-14). OMS recomienda uso de la mascarilla en el enfrentamiento a la covid-19. cubadebate.cu En las pautas contra la covid-19 publicadas la víspera, la OMS continúa recomendando el uso de la mascarilla para la población. La organización enfatiza en que las personas sospechosas o que sufran el padecimiento, tengan comorbilidades o estén en un lugar cerrado, deben usar la mascarilla para proteger a sus allegados y a sí mismos.

teleSUR, jaa, YSM (2023-01-14). Costa Rica registra 5.712 nuevos casos de la Covid-19 en una semana. telesurtv.net El incremento respecto a la última semana del 2022 es de 734 nuevos casos, cuando se contaron 4.978 pacientes contagiados.

teleSUR, jaa, YSM (2023-01-14). Italia confirma 84.076 nuevos casos de Covid-19 en una semana. telesurtv.net En rasgos generales, los contagios se redujeron en un 38,2 por ciento, mientras que las muertes un 25,7 por ciento.

teleSUR, jaa, YSM (2023-01-14). OMS actualiza las pautas sanitarias contra la Covid-19. telesurtv.net La OMS sugiere que un paciente salga antes del tiempo de aislamiento establecido si se realiza un test de antígenos y da negativo.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-14). Consumer Health: Do you know the symptoms of glaucoma? newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month, which makes this a good time to learn more about treating this group of eye conditions. About 3 million people in the U.S. have glaucoma, and it's the second-leading cause of blindness worldwide, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve, often due to abnormally high pressure in your eye. Elevated eye pressure is due to a buildup of…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-14). Mayo Clinic Minute: What are superbugs? newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Antibiotics treat bacterial infections, prevent the spread of disease and reduce serious complications of disease. But misusing antibiotics can lead to drug resistance and strains of superbugs. Dr. John Presutti, a Mayo Clinic family medicine physician, explains what your care team may ask of you before prescribing an antibiotic. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/N1nL8S0fVWo Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (1: 00) is in the downloads at the end of this post. Please courtesy: "Mayo Clinic News Network."…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-14). Mayo Clinic expert provides perspective on FDA approval of another experimental Alzheimer's drug. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted accelerated approval of a disease-modifying treatment that could potentially give some patients with Alzheimer's disease something they haven't had before: a medication that may slow the decline of memory and thinking. A monoclonal antibody, lecanemab, shows promise in removing amyloid plaques from the brain, according to phase 3 trial results. Amyloid plaques are one of the defining features of Alzheimer's disease, according to Dr. Ronald Petersen, a neurologist…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-14). Healthy Weight Awareness Month. Mayo Clinic innovations can help you lose weight, keep it off. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org MEDIA ADVISORY: Mayo Clinic experts available to talk about obesity epidemic in America and innovations in weight loss procedures January is Healthy Weight Awareness Month — and a time when many consider a fresh start with healthier eating and exercise habits. Consider these stats on obesity in America, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Forty-one percent of Americans are considered obese. And by 2030, an estimated 50% of Americans will be obese….

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-14). 4 ways to reduce risks of cervical cancer. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org HPV plays a role in causing most cervical cancer. Cervical cancer occurs in the cells of the cervix, the lower part of the uterus that connects to the vagina. "While it isn't clear what sparks the cervical cells to change their DNA, it is certain that HPV plays a role," says Kristina Butler, M.D., a Mayo Clinic gynecologic oncologist. HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the U.S. "Over 85% of the general…

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2023-01-13: News Headlines

Jie Qiao, Yuanyuan Wang, Fei Kong, Yu Fu (2023-01-14). [Correspondence] Medical education reforms in China. thelancet.com Julio Frenk and colleagues1 put forward education for life as a guiding principle for health-professional education after the COVID-19 pandemic. We concur with the need for a radical rethink of medical education systems worldwide, and would like to share responses and reflections from China at a time that coincides with the 110th anniversary of the Peking University Health Science Center (PUHSC; figure).

Dr. Gary G. Kohls (2023-01-13). Vaccine Induced. The Story of Shawn Maldoun. globalresearch.ca

Michael Nevradakis (2023-01-13). 'Independent' Advisor Who Evaluated Pfizer Vaccine Safety Was Former Paid Pfizer Consultant. globalresearch.ca

Ramon Tomey (2023-01-13). Twitter Censored Posts About Natural Immunity and Vaccines After Pressure from Pfizer Board Member. globalresearch.ca

_____ (2023-01-13). North America's Trilateral Summit. popularresistance.org The United States, Mexico and Canada on Tuesday, January 10 vowed to tighten economic ties, producing more goods regionally and boosting semiconductor output, even as integration is hampered by an ongoing dispute over Mexico's energy policies. | U.S. President Joe Biden, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met in Mexico City and pledged to beef up supply chains after weathering serious disruptions during the COVID-19 pandemic. | "We're working to a future to strengthen our cooperation on supply chains and critical minerals so we can continue to accelerate in ou…

Global Research News (2023-01-13). Selected Articles: The WHO Pandemic Treaty Secret Negotiations. Crimes Against Humanity. Dr. Tedros Is in "Conflict of Interest" globalresearch.ca By The International Health Regulations Review…

Labor & Community Studies Department CCSF (2023-01-13). Thursday 2/2: Essential: How the Pandemic Spurred A Radical New Phase in the Labor Movement with Author. indybay.org The Green Arcade | 1680 Market Street | San Francisco, CA 94102…

ecns.cn (2023-01-13). World awaits Chinese tourists' return. ecns.cn Many countries, especially the Southeast Asian countries, are awaiting the return of Chinese tourists after China optimized its COVID-19 measures.

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-13). Aplicarán vacuna bivalente contra la Covid-19 en Chile. telesurtv.net La vacunación se administrará a las personas de más de años, las fuerzas del orden y seguridad, el ejército y los profesores.

Stephen Matthews (2023-01-12). Rishi Sunak Leads Condemnation of Tory MP Who Claimed COVID Vaccine Was 'the Biggest Crime Against Humanity Since the Holocaust': Andrew Bridgen Is Suspended by Party for Anti-vaxxer Twitter Rant and Warned He May Have 'Blood on His Hands'. globalresearch.ca

Will Jones (2023-01-12). Covid Vaccine: "This is the Biggest Crime against Humanity since the Holocaust." Andrew Bridgen Suspended as U.K. Conservative MP. globalresearch.ca

Allen Forrest (2023-01-12). Big Names Dropping in Larger Numbers? dissidentvoice.org It has been reported that many elite athletes and celebrities appear to be succumbing to what is claimed to be the effects of the COVID-19 vaccinations. Are these high-profile injuries and deaths out of the ordinary? Whether ordinary or not, what is undeniable is that people were coerced and put at risk by governments to …

Dr. Peter McCullough (2023-01-12). Inherited Risk of Sudden Death Triggered by COVID-19 Vaccination. globalresearch.ca

Global Research News (2023-01-12). US Department of Defense Rescinded COVID Vaccination Requirements for Members of the Armed Forces. globalresearch.ca

Global Research News (2023-01-12). Selected Articles: The Health Plot Against the People of the World. globalresearch.ca By People are unaware that the sovereignty of every country over its health practices is about to be turned over to the World …

James Roguski (2023-01-12). The WHO Pandemic Treaty Secret Negotiations. Crimes against Humanity. globalresearch.ca

WSWS (2023-01-12). Macron's attack on pensions sets stage for showdown with French working class. wsws.org President Emmanuel Macron had abandoned his plan to raise the pension age two years, which provoked a rail strike in 2019, amid mass strikes at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

WSWS (2023-01-12). "We are trying to change the future of nursing": Strike by 7,000 New York City nurses enters fourth day. wsws.org The nurses are fighting for higher wages, but, above all, their struggle is directed against dangerous levels of understaffing and the catastrophic state of the health care system in the fourth year of the pandemic.

WSWS (2023-01-12). Ultraviolet light and indoor air disinfection to fight pandemics: A technology long overdue. wsws.org The ability to disinfect indoor spaces remains a critical public health endeavor. Ultraviolet technology is an important tool that has been employed for more than a century. The report reviews the current issues behind air disinfection and the history of ultraviolet disinfection.

Dean Baker (2023-01-12). NYT Tells Readers that Airfares Are Up "Nearly 29 Percent From a Year Ago," Forgets to Mention They Have Risen 0.7 Percent Since the Pandemic Began. cepr.net The media have been hyping inflation pretty much from the day President Biden took office. Today, we got great news on this front from a Consumer Price Index (CPI) report showing that overall inflation fell 0.1 percent in December. This is the 6th straight month where the overall CPI showed low inflation. While there are …

ecns.cn (2023-01-12). Talks on domestic production of Paxlovid ongoing. ecns.cn Authorities are in talks with United States drugmaker Pfizer to facilitate domestic manufacturing of Paxlovid, a COVID-19 treatment, to help meet demand in China, a medical expert said on Wednesday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-12). Spring Festival expected to stimulate consumption boom. ecns.cn The upcoming Spring Festival is expected to stimulate a consumption boom after the optimized COVID-19 measures in different parts of China, the 21st Century News reported on Thursday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-12). World Bank sees 4.3% growth for China in 2023. ecns.cn The World Bank has forecast China's economy to grow at 4.3 percent this year, then rise by 5 percent for 2024, the first major projection made after the country entered a new phase of COVID response.

ecns.cn (2023-01-12). China highlights COVID response at nursing homes, community level. ecns.cn Chinese authorities are strengthening COVID-19 prevention and control measures in nursing homes and mobilizing the community-level response, officials said on Wednesday.

Staff (2023-01-12). Cuba, presidente del G77 + China: El compromiso de hacer avanzar los intereses comunes del Sur. cubadebate.cu Cuba asume desde este jueves la presidencia pro témpore del Grupo 77 más China. La gestión cubana tiene por delante un panorama difícil, marcado por la crisis generada a causa de la pandemia de covid-19, los conflictos bélicos y sociopolíticos internacionales, y el déficit de materias primas y de bienes de consumo. Aun así, deberá trabajar para el cumplimiento de la Agenda 2030 para el Desarrollo Sostenible.

Ari Paul (2023-01-12). New Yorker takes aim at people who still think Covid is a problem. mronline.org There is an episode of the Fox animated series Family Guy where the family dog, Brian, is welcomed as a possible new contributor at the New Yorker.

ecns.cn (2023-01-12). Preparedness ramped up at key locations for holiday. ecns.cn Authorities are ramping up COVID-19 response preparedness in key institutions and services ranging from nursing homes and logistics companies to rural clinics as Spring Festival approaches.

ecns.cn (2023-01-12). Too early for accurate COVID-19 death tally, experts say. ecns.cn Senior Chinese health officials said on Wednesday that as the nation is devoting all-out efforts to boost the protection and treatment of vulnerable groups, it is too early to provide an accurate tally of COVID-19 infections and deaths amid the epidemic.

ecns.cn (2023-01-12). COVID treatment molnupiravir to hit Chinese market on Friday: Sinopharm. ecns.cn The COVID-19 treatment molnupiravir is expected to hit the Chinese market on Friday, after passing its first import test on Wednesday, said Liu Yong, president of Sinopharm.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-12). Rising cases of COVID-19 variant, XBB.1.5. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Flu cases and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) rates are beginning to drop in the U.S.; however, reported cases of COVID-19 are increasing. A new COVID-19 omicron variant, XBB.1.5, is spreading quickly and being closely monitored, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "What we are learning about this new variant, XBB.1.5, is that it spreads much more easily compared to the previous variants, and almost twice more likely to spread compared to the previous variants," says Dr. Raj Palraj, an infectious diseases…

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-12). Extienden emergencia de salud pública por Covid-19 en EE.UU. telesurtv.net La medida permitirá que millones de personas en el país puedan seguir sometiéndose a pruebas, vacunas y tratamientos.

WSWS (2023-01-12). Family, friends and supporters hold Washington D.C. memorial service on second anniversary of Amazon COVID-19 tester Poushawn Brown's death. wsws.org Members of the public gathered last weekend in Washington D.C. to commemorate the two-year anniversary of Amazon worker Poushawn Brown, who had been a COVID-19 tester in a nearby facility.

_____ (2023-01-12). Why The Climate Justice March In South Korea Could Be A Game Changer. popularresistance.org On September 24, 2022, more than 30,000 people occupied the main roads of downtown Seoul, South Korea, for the nation's largest climate justice march. The sheer turnout of people from all walks of life and the participation by a wide range of advocacy groups were a testament to the impact of climate change on every aspect of life: human rights, women's rights, religion, food insecurity, and labor rights. For many of these advocacy movements in Seoul, recent crises like COVID-19 have brought home the urgent need to address the climate crisis. | Opening with a rally in Namdaemun Plaza at 3 p.m., the two-hour march…

Paulo Cabral (2023-01-12). Brazil welcomes return of Chinese tourists. america.cgtn.com As China lifts many COVID-19 travel restrictions, contact and deals between Chinese and Brazilian are returning.

Staff (2023-01-12). China y OMS mantendrán comunicación sobre rebrote de covid-19, el peor que vive el país desde 2020. cubadebate.cu China informó este jueves que acordó con la OMS mantener la comunicación a nivel de expertos sobre cuestiones técnicas vinculadas a su actual rebrote de covid-19, el peor que vive el país desde 2020 con saldo de millones de infectados a diario, un aumento de las muertes y una sobresaturación de los servicios en los hospitales y funerarias.

Nayvin Gordon (2023-01-12). MORAL INJURY, AN EPIDEMIC FUELED BY POLITICAL ECONOMY (MORALITY, MEDICINE, MONEY). indybay.org How the profit moment has brought us damage to ethics and to mass deaths from infectious disease…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-12). Consumer Health: Do you know the symptoms of glaucoma? newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month, which makes this a good time to learn more about treating this group of eye conditions. About 3 million people in the U.S. have glaucoma, and it's the second-leading cause of blindness worldwide, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve, often due to abnormally high pressure in your eye. Elevated eye pressure is due to a buildup of…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-12). Science Saturday: Aspiring to deliver new cures for complex conditions. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Mayo Clinic is building toward a future when biologics can cure cancer, kidney disease and diabetes. Mayo marks 2022 as a year of significant strides in accelerating science to make and deliver regenerative biotherapeutics. The goal is to offer new options, based on rigorous research in cell and gene therapies, for disorders with few available treatments. The Mayo Clinic Center for Regenerative Biotherapeutics has a new strategy of advancing regenerative discoveries toward early-stage clinical trials and industry…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-12). Mayo Clinic Minute: What are superbugs? newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Antibiotics treat bacterial infections, prevent the spread of disease and reduce serious complications of disease. But misusing antibiotics can lead to drug resistance and strains of superbugs. Dr. John Presutti, a Mayo Clinic family medicine physician, explains what your care team may ask of you before prescribing an antibiotic. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/N1nL8S0fVWo Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (1: 00) is in the downloads at the end of this post. Please courtesy: "Mayo Clinic News Network."…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-12). Mayo Clinic expert provides perspective on FDA approval of another experimental Alzheimer's drug. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted accelerated approval of a disease-modifying treatment that could potentially give some patients with Alzheimer's disease something they haven't had before: a medication that may slow the decline of memory and thinking. A monoclonal antibody, lecanemab, shows promise in removing amyloid plaques from the brain, according to phase 3 trial results. Amyloid plaques are one of the defining features of Alzheimer's disease, according to Dr. Ronald Petersen, a neurologist…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-12). Healthy Weight Awareness Month. Mayo Clinic innovations can help you lose weight, keep it off. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org MEDIA ADVISORY: Mayo Clinic experts available to talk about obesity epidemic in America and innovations in weight loss procedures January is Healthy Weight Awareness Month — and a time when many consider a fresh start with healthier eating and exercise habits. Consider these stats on obesity in America, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Forty-one percent of Americans are considered obese. And by 2030, an estimated 50% of Americans will be obese….

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-12). 4 ways to reduce risks of cervical cancer. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org HPV plays a role in causing most cervical cancer. Cervical cancer occurs in the cells of the cervix, the lower part of the uterus that connects to the vagina. "While it isn't clear what sparks the cervical cells to change their DNA, it is certain that HPV plays a role," says Kristina Butler, M.D., a Mayo Clinic gynecologic oncologist. HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the U.S. "Over 85% of the general…

teleSUR, JDO (2023-01-12). Uganda y la OMS declaran fin de brote de ébola. telesurtv.net Se cumplen 42 días de plazo sin nuevos casos desde la última alta médica. Se mantendrán medidas de vigilancia.

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