(2023-01-04). Selected Articles: PfizerGate: Tragic Truth Behind COVID Vaccines in the U.K.: 47,379 Excess Deaths in 8 Months Due to Vaccination. globalresearch.ca By As the dea…
(2023-01-04). Mayo Clinic Q and A: Flu shots are important for young people, too. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I am 28 and consider myself fairly healthy. I have never gotten a flu shot and have never had the flu. I did receive a COVID-19 vaccine series. Do I really need a flu vaccination? My employer is recommending an influenza immunization for everyone, but I am hesitant. I have heard some people get sick from flu shots. ANSWER: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now recommends that everyone 6 months and older…
(2023-01-04). Top Japanese Physician-Scientist Gives Dire Warning About COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines: 'Scientifically Misconceived'. globalresearch.ca
(2023-01-04). Criminal Malfeasance: Pfizer Knew 275 People Suffered Serious Strokes in the First 90 Days After Vaccine Rollout. globalresearch.ca
(2023-01-04). China maintaining COVID-19 talks with nations, WHO. ecns.cn China has maintained pragmatic cooperation and open, transparent communication with the World Health Organization and countries and regions worldwide since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic three years ago.
(2023-01-04). Global COVID-19 cooperation maintained. ecns.cn China has maintained pragmatic cooperation and open, transparent communication with the World Health Organization and countries and regions worldwide since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic three years ago.
(2023-01-04). Australia imposes mandatory COVID tests for Chinese travelers. wsws.org The measure is saturated in hypocrisy, given that the Labor government and the entire political establishment are fully committed to the profit-driven program of a forever pandemic.
(2023-01-04). Outbound tourism gains momentum. ecns.cn China's outbound tourism market is showing good growth momentum and is expected to make a robust recovery amid the nation's optimized COVID-19 response measures and relaxed travel restrictions.
(2023-01-04). Cross-border passenger road services to resume. ecns.cn China will gradually reopen cross-border passenger transport via road starting on Sunday, according to a work plan released by the Ministry of Transport following the nation's adjustment in its COVID-19 policies.
(2023-01-04). Health authorities provide list of Chinese medicines for COVID-19. ecns.cn Health authorities have recommended a list of traditional Chinese medicines for COVID-19 patients recovering at home as part of a broader effort to ease the strain on supply of fever and cold drugs.
(2023-01-04). TCM plays key role in virus treatment mix. ecns.cn Traditional Chinese Medicine has played an effective role in preventing and treating serious COVID-19 infections, as well as accelerating rehabilitation, as TCM hospitals have ramped up fever clinics and intensive care capacity to adjust to the latest virus control strategy.
(2023-01-04). Manufacturing confidence bounces back. ecns.cn Business confidence in factory output going forward strengthened in China to a 10-month high upon expectations of waning COVID-19 disruptions even as a rise in infections dented manufacturing activity in December, a private survey said on Tuesday.
(2023-01-04). New Year crowds seen back on streets. ecns.cn Restaurants, hotels and shopping malls across the country have seen the long-lost hustle and bustle of crowds return during the New Year's holiday following China's optimization of COVID-19 control measures.
(2023-01-04). China's Chongqing issues free medical packages to battle COVID-19. ecns.cn Southwest China's Chongqing Municipality will issue free packages containing antipyretics to residents above 60 amid the spread of COVID-19.
(2023-01-04). Senior Chinese official stresses orderly transition to Class-B management of COVID-19. ecns.cn A senior official of the Communist Party of China (CPC) called for effectively coordinating the epidemic response with economic and social development in an orderly transition to Class-B management of COVID-19.
(2023-01-04). International observers: China's economic recovery will lift global growth after COVID response shift. ecns.cn International media and think tanks have kept an eye on China's economy after the country optimized the COVID-19 measures in late 2022. ECNS found many of them remain positive on the country's economic rebound and what it is going to bring to the global economy.
(2023-01-04). Iconic palaces reopen in Lhasa. ecns.cn The iconic Potala Palace reopened on Tuesday after being closed for more than four months due to the COVID-19 epidemic. The Potala Palace and Norbulingka are free of charge till March 15, 2023.
(2023-01-04). China talks with WHO on COVID-19 control technologies. ecns.cn
(2023-01-04). How to prevent flu, RSV and COVID-19 during busy holiday season. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, flu infection rates across the U.S. continue to be very high. "As we predicted, this flu season has hit early, and it's hit us hard," says Dr. Nipunie Rajapakse, a pediatric infectious diseases physician with the Mayo Clinic Children's Center. "We are seeing high and very high rates of influenza across the country." For those who have yet to get a flu shot, now is an excellent time to…
(2023-01-04). Bolivia cierra 2022 con letalidad más baja de Covid-19 en la región. telesurtv.net En la gestión 2022 se presentaron 551.491 casos, lo que representa cerca del por ciento de los ocurridos desde el 2020.
(2023-01-04). Registran 134 nuevos casos de Covid-19 en India. telesurtv.net En la jornada no se reportó ningún fallecido, con lo que India se mantiene con un acumulado de 530.707 muertes a causa de la Covid-19.
(2023-01-04). The CDC cover-up of Omicron XBB.1.5 and the growing winter COVID surge. wsws.org There is no innocent explanation to the latest CDC cover-up, which was clearly deliberate and intended to prevent any public alarm that might disrupt the holiday shopping and travel season.
(2023-01-04). Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast: Tips for living younger, longer by preventing disease. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org While we know that health affects longevity and quality of life, it can be difficult to change bad habits. People often try to make sweeping New Year's resolutions, only to fail. In fact, Jan. 17 is the date that the average America breaks their New Year's resolution. Dr. Stephen Kopecky, a Mayo Clinic preventive cardiologist, says a better approach is to focus on small steps that add up over time. "The answer, I think, is…
(2023-01-04). Mayo Clinic Minute: Best cooking fats for healthy cholesterol levels. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Are you trying to remember which fat is the good fat to use in the kitchen? If you are confused about whether to use unsaturated fats, polyunsaturated, monounsaturated or saturated fats when cooking, it's understandable. It can be confusing. Dr. Regis Fernandes, a Mayo Clinic cardiologist, says fats that raise your bad cholesterol levels and increase your risk for heart disease are the ones to avoid. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/drmIcHaxxfM Journalists: Broadcast-quality video (0: 59) is in the downloads at the end of this post….
(2023-01-04). Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast: Advancing treatments for acute myeloid leukemia. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Acute myeloid leukemia (AML), also called acute myelogenous leukemia, is a cancer of the blood and bone marrow, the spongy tissue inside bones where blood cells are made. The disease progresses rapidly, affecting a group of white blood cells called myeloid cells, which normally develop into mature red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. "There are acute and chronic leukemias, explains Dr. James Foran, an oncologist at Mayo Clinic. "The chronic ones tend to happen…
(2023-01-04). Science Saturday: Researchers investigate precision nutrition to improve health, prevent diseases. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Could prescribing specific nutrients, grains, fruits and vegetables tailored to a person's DNA and other biological characteristics help improve their health? Precision nutrition took center stage at Mayo Clinic's Individualizing Medicine Conference Nov. 2—3, 2022, in Rochester, Minnesota, where some of the world's top experts shared their knowledge of the potential benefits of tailoring nutrients and dietary guidance to a person's genes, metabolism, microbiome and other distinguishing characteristics. The ultimate goal of the holistic approach is to…
(2023-01-04). Mayo Clinic Q and A: Self-care steps can keep your heart healthy during the holidays. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I have read that heart attacks are more common around the holidays. Why does that happen? Is there anything I can do to lower my risk? I currently take blood pressure medication, and heart disease runs in my family. ANSWER: Heart attacks, along with heart problems in general, are more common around the holidays. Various factors can play into this, including stress, travel, disrupted schedules, changes in diet and even environmental factors. Fortunately, many…
(2023-01-04). Know the signs of strep throat in children. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Image courtesy: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Strep infections may be on the rise in the U.S., as they have been in the U.K., so it's important to know the signs and symptoms, especially in children. "Group A streptococcal disease is a group of conditions caused by a bacteria called 'group A strep,'" says Dr. Nipunie Rajapakse, a pediatric infectious diseases physician with the Mayo Clinic Children's Center. "The one that people are probably most familiar with is strep…
(2023-01-04). Antibiotic shortage – what to know if you can't find amoxicillin. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org According to the Food and Drug Administration, a national shortage of different medications, including a common antibiotic, is expected to last several months. "The most notable one is probably amoxicillin. It is a common antibiotic that we use to treat a variety of childhood infections, including ear infections, strep throat, and pneumonia," says Dr. Nipunie Rajapakse, a pediatric infectious diseases physician with the Mayo Clinic Children's Center. She says parents may notice this as they take their children to…
(2023-01-04). Get to the point: Proper disposal of sharps. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org "Sharps" is the term used to describe any device with a sharp point or edge that could cut your skin. This includes needles, syringes, infusion sets, lancets (sometimes called "fingersticks") and auto-injectors, like EpiPens. There are many reasons why you may have sharps in your home. They are used to manage many different health conditions, including allergies, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, infertility, blood clotting disorders and psoriasis. It's important to correctly dispose of sharps to…
(2023-01-03). Cardiac Arrest Of NFL Player Damar Hamlin On National TV Sparks Vaccine Debate. moguldom.com Twenty-four-year-old National Football League player Damar Hamlin, a safety for the Buffalo Bills, is in critical condition in a Cincinnati hospital after collapsing on the field with cardiac arrest during a game against the Bengals on Jan. 2. His medical emergency sparked a debate about the covid 19-vaccine and professional athletes, with some blaming the vaccine for his cardiac …
(2023-01-03). Nothing New Under the Sun. 14 Month Baby. "Febrile Seizures after MMR Vaccines" globalresearch.ca
(2023-01-03). Conservatives Spread Anti-Vaccine Lies Immediately After Damar Hamlin Collapsed. truthout.org Within just an hour of Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin's sudden collapse on the football field on Monday night, far right figures seized upon the tragedy to spread anti-vaccine conspiracy theories on social media. During a Monday night game against the Cincinnati Bengals, 24-year-old Hamlin went into cardiac arrest after tackling another player. Medical personnel administered CPR on the field… |
(2023-01-03). 2022: India's Workers And Peasants Fight Back — And Fight On. popularresistance.org In India, the year that has just passed started with hope but ended with anger and discontent. Hope, because it was thought that with the pandemic finally dwindling, the economy would revive and so would jobs and incomes. The mainstream media talked of a V-shaped recovery, the government again started talking of a $5 trillion economy (whatever that means). Although there was no reason to do so, working people, desperate after two years of extreme hardship, hoped against hope. The victory of the farmers' movement in forcing the government to back down on the three agricultural laws also boosted the morale —…
(2023-01-03). People always put first, diplomat says. ecns.cn China has always put people and their lives first as it tries to keep COVID-19 under control, and its recent optimization of response measures is based on the scientific assessment of the pandemic situation.
(2023-01-03). COVID Jabs Have Erased 25 Years of Health Gains. Shocking Decline in US Life Expectancy. globalresearch.ca
(2023-01-03). Marked bump in rail passenger trips expected this year. ecns.cn The national railway network plans to make a significantly higher number of passenger trips and haul more freight this year, promoting the sector's high-quality development and contributing to the country's resurgence from the COVID-19 epidemic.
(2023-01-03). Measures aim to reduce impact of COVID-19 on production. ecns.cn Authorities have implemented a slew of measures to minimize the impact of COVID-19 on normal production and people's daily lives, according to a recent government work notice.
(2023-01-03). Free medicines provide relief for people in need. ecns.cn To provide medicine for people in need, local governments, private institutions and individuals are coming up with new ways to "share the medicine box" and provide free medical supplies, as the number of COVID infections rises across the country.
(2023-01-03). Beijing confirms recovering tourism during New Year holiday. ecns.cn The Chinese capital Beijing saw its tourist and cultural activities bouncing back to pre-COVID-19 levels during the just-concluded three-day New Year holiday.
(2023-01-03). China's factory activity contracts in Dec. ecns.cn China's manufacturing activity shrank for a fifth straight month in December, as COVID-19 outbreaks continued to weigh on both output and demand, a private sector pool showed on Tuesday.
(2023-01-03). Grassroots doctors crucial in China's anti-COVID fight. ecns.cn Recently, the number of COVID-19 patients has increased visibly in Yanliang Village, and Hou receives about 80 outpatient visits every day.
(2023-01-03). No local transmission of BQ.1, XBB detected in Shanghai: official. ecns.cn Omicron new subvariants BQ.1 and XBB, which have been detected in Shanghai in imported cases under closed-loop management, have not caused local transmission yet, said Yuan Zhengan, a member of the city's expert advisory group on COVID-19 prevention.
(2023-01-03). Majority of Chinese travelers choose cross-provincial New Year holiday. ecns.cn As the first holiday after China's 10 new COVID-19 measures was released in November, the three-day New Year holiday sees a recovery in the long-distance tourism market across the country, with over 60 percent of travelers choosing cross-provincial trips compared with 40 percent last year, data from major Chinese travel agency Ctrip shows.
(2023-01-03). China candidly shares COVID-19 control measures: Health Commission. ecns.cn China stresses its open and transparent attitude on sharing COVID-19 related information and vows to keep doing so, the National Health Commission said on Tuesday at a press conference.
(2023-01-03). Long-term Outcomes in Critically Ill Patients With COVID-19 in the REMAP-CAP Randomized Clinical Trial. jamanetwork.com This secondary analysis of an ongoing adaptive platform trial examines the effect of multiple interventions for critically ill adults with COVID-19 on longer-term outcomes.
(2023-01-03). Long-term Follow-up After Critical COVID-19. jamanetwork.com The year 2020 was a grim and uncertain time for any clinician caring for inpatients with COVID-19, especially those with critical illness. In an era of modern medicine in which the range of options for many conditions can seem limitless, this novel viral threat was a reminder of the historical norm in medicine—a struggle to find the best available treatment.
(2023-01-03). Combined COVID-19 and Flu Test Authorized for Point-of-Care Use. jamanetwork.com A multiplex molecular test that can detect SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern and both influenza A and B with a single nasal swab received Emergency Use Authorization from the FDA. Although this test is only for use in point-of-care settings, it's a step toward development of multiplex home tests, according to an agency press release.
(2023-01-03). Panamá afirma tener controlada la sexta ola de la Covid-19. telesurtv.net Panamá acumula 1.023.778 contagios de la enfermedad viral desde el inicio de la pandemia, mientras que los decesos suman 8.568.
(2023-01-03). Amplían campaña de vacunación contra la Covid-19 en Uruguay. telesurtv.net La cartera sanitaria decidió adelantar la campaña para mayores de años e inmunideprimidos.
(2023-01-03). Opportunities for Clinicians and Health Systems to Address Disparities in US Drug Overdose Deaths by Race and Ethnicity—Reply. jamanetwork.com In Reply We thank Dr Kirkegaard and Ms Manaugh for raising the importance of expanding access to MOUD, especially among populations who are incarcerated and justice-involved. Expanding equitable access to MOUD is critical to address overdoses in these populations, given high rates of substance use disorders, overrepresentation of racial and ethnic minorities in the justice system, and the very high risk of drug overdose during reentry. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's State Unintentional Drug Overdose Reporting System (SUDORS) showed that nearly 1 in 11 overdose decedents in 2020 were recently rel…
(2023-01-03). Gout Flare and Cardiovascular Events. jamanetwork.com To the Editor A recent study reported that experiencing a recent gout flare was associated with subsequent cardiovascular events among individuals with gout. While these results are interesting, I am concerned that the authors did not control for use of low-dose aspirin, which is commonly prescribed for people who are at higher risk of myocardial infarction or stroke. In this study, more individuals with gout and cardiovascular events had a history of cardiovascular disease and high to very high cardiovascular risk than matched controls with gout who did not have cardiovascular events.
(2023-01-03). New Drug Delays Type 1 Diabetes Onset. jamanetwork.com Teplizumab-mzwv, a monoclonal antibody that delayed the onset of clinically diagnosed stage 3 type 1 diabetes by a median of about 2 years in clinical trials, gained FDA approval for patients aged 8 years or older with stage 2 disease.
(2023-01-03). In New Year's address, Chinese President Xi Jinping covers up massive public health crisis. wsws.org Xi echoed the empty platitudes of US President Joe Biden and capitalist politicians responsible for the devastation wrought globally by this preventable disease.
(2023-01-03). Things you need to know about Omicron subvariants BQ.1 and XBB. ecns.cn As more new variants of Omicron emerge in some overseas countries, China has also detected BQ.1 and XBB from imported cases. How virulent are these strains? Will they cause new waves of infections?
(2023-01-03). Vitamin C Improved Respiratory Health Among Children Born to Pregnant People Who Smoked. jamanetwork.com People who smoked during pregnancy and received vitamin C supplements gave birth to children with better airway function and a lower occurrence of wheeze at age 5 years than those who did not receive the vitamin, a recent clinical trial reported.