2023-01-12: News Headlines

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

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 US Department of Defense Rescinded COVID Vaccination Requirements for Members of the Armed Forces.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.

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.

Dr. Josh Guetzkow (2023-01-11). CDC Finally Released Its VAERS Safety Monitoring Analyses for COVID Vaccines Via FOIA. globalresearch.ca

Gavin de Becker (2023-01-11). Seeing Is Believing: What the Data Reveal About Deaths Following COVID Vaccine Rollouts Around the World. globalresearch.ca

Global Research News (2023-01-11). Selected Articles: Seeing Is Believing: What the Data Reveal About Deaths Following COVID Vaccine Rollouts Around the World. globalresearch.ca By I asked Ed Dowd if I could have space in his book, "'

Jake Johnson (2023-01-11). 'The sheer greed is obscene': Moderna plans 4,000% markup for COVID vaccine. nationofchange.org "We need to learn from this pandemic and break big pharma's monopolies."

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). Ongoing COVID surge in China not expected to significantly impact Europe: WHO official. ecns.cn The COVID surge in China won't have significant influence on the COVID-19 pandemic situation in Europe, said Hans Henri P. Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe, on Tuesday at a press conference.

WSWS (2023-01-11). The New York City nurses and the fight against the pandemic. wsws.org The central issue in the strike is chronic understaffing and the catastrophic state of the health care system in the US, as the fourth year of the global pandemic begins.

WSWS (2023-01-11). Management issues ultimatum as strike by Fort Wayne Philharmonic musicians enters second month. wsws.org In response to management's presentation of its "best and final" offer, musicians say they will continue to fight for their demand for restoration of pay cut due to the pandemic and the defense of full-time orchestra positions.

Labor & Community Studies Department CCSF (2023-01-11). 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…

_____ (2023-01-11). In Indianapolis, Building A Community Food Ecosystem In An 'Apartheid Zone'. popularresistance.org In Indianapolis' Northeast Corridor, a predominantly Black area with a growing Latinx population, more than half of residents live in a food desert. | One community-led initiative seeks to build a local food ecosystem, one that will not only feed them in times of crisis but will sustain their health, wealth and wellbeing for generations to come. | In 2021, in the climate of the ongoing pandemic, the Equitable Food Access Initiative (EFAI) was created to address these dueling public health crises, in one of the top five cities in the country with the most people living in "food deserts," or areas where low-income…

WSWS (2023-01-11). Surplus in German retirement funds testifies to high excess mortality from pandemic. wsws.org German public retirement insurance issuers generated a 2.1 billion euro surplus last year. A major contributor was the COVID deaths from an above-average number of pensioners.

teleSUR, DRL (2023-01-11). China niega visas a coreanos y japoneses por medidas anticovid. telesurtv.net También volvió a pedir a los países que basen sus medidas de respuesta a la Covid-19 en la ciencia y no recurran a la manipulación política o medidas discriminatorias.

WSWS (2023-01-11). China fully reopens borders amid devastating COVID-19 surge. wsws.org The ditching of the final restrictions from the Zero-COVID policy takes place two weeks before the Lunar New Year holiday, historically the largest annual human migration, which will deepen the spread of COVID-19 across China.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). International travel expected to accelerate. ecns.cn China's civil aviation authority has examined applications for the resumption of international flights by Chinese and foreign airlines after China's recent optimization of its COVID-19 management.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). Chinese provinces surmount first infection wave since COVID control measure adjustment. ecns.cn Many provinces and municipalities in China announced that they have successfully surmounted the first round of COVID-19 infection peaks after assessing the data from fever clinics.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). EU issues COVID-19 response guidelines. ecns.cn Europe has agreed on measures to be applied in aviation in response to the COVID-19 situation in China.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). China's COVID-19 management adjustment beneficial to world economy. ecns.cn The International Department of the CPC Central Committee holds a briefing on China's COVID-19 management on Jan 10, 2023.A briefing was held by the International Department of the CPC Central Committee for foreign business representatives in China on Tuesday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). China in talks with Pfizer to manufacture COVID-19 drug domestically. ecns.cn Authorities are in talks with the company to facilitate the local manufacturing of the drug, a medical expert said on Wednesday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). China's COVID response policies are science-based, effective: FM. ecns.cn

WSWS (2023-01-11). Family sues Disney over production worker's COVID-19 death. wsws.org The family of a 67-year-old driver for Walt Disney Company in Massachusetts has filed a wrongful death suit with management over his death from COVID-19.

WSWS (2023-01-11). Teacher describes struggle to get treated for Long COVID in New Zealand. wsws.org An Auckland-based teacher told the WSWS how his increasingly severe Long COVID symptoms were misdiagnosed by doctors who said he had mental health issues. He said the government was allowing COVID to spread and ignoring the consequences for people's health.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). Chinese cities write to Merck for procurement of COVID treatment molnupiravir. ecns.cn Chinese cities including Tianjin, Shanghai, and Suzhou have sent letters to Merck & Co.'s for the procurement of COVID-19 antiviral treatment molnupiravir.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). South Africa not to impose travel restrictions for other countries. ecns.cn South African Health Minister Joe Phaahla said Tuesday that there is no need to impose restrictions for other countries with high COVID-19 infections following the detection of the Omicron XBB.1.5 variant in his country.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). Authorities can take action to limit COVID-19 spread in rural areas. ecns.cn Local authorities can limit the scale, duration and frequency of events including fairs, weddings and funerals to control COVID-19 in rural areas, according to a guideline released on Wednesday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). Ministry requires regular operation of cultural and tourist activities. ecns.cn The Ministry of Culture and Tourism has required local authorities to ensure the regular operation of cultural and tourist activities and traveler mobility under optimized COVID-19 controls.

Ann Brown (2023-01-11). Diamond From MAGA Fame Passes Away At 51, Reportedly From Covid: Black America Reacts. moguldom.com Lynette "Diamond" Hardaway of the conservative political commentator duo Diamond and Silk has died. She was reportedly 51 years old. Former President Donald Trump announced the news on his social media site on Jan. 9. "Really bad news for Republicans and frankly, ALL Americans. Our beautiful Diamond, of Diamond and Silk, has just passed away …

Nayvin Gordon (2023-01-11). Moral Injury: An Epidemic Fueled by Political Economy. dissidentvoice.org "When COVID swept the planet, a moral injury crisis arose as ethically wrenching dilemmas became the new normal." "In an atmosphere of rationed care, doctors, nurses and other health care workers must admit a few patients and turn many away," to die. Moral injury is a specific and devastating trauma that arises when people face …

Staff (2023-01-11). Citma otorga al CIM premio especial al trabajo de mayor relevancia científica por una investigación sobre el nimotuzumab. cubadebate.cu El Centro de Inmunología Molecular anunció a través de redes sociales que el Ministerio de Ciencia Tecnología y Medio Ambiente otorgó su premio especial al trabajo de mayor relevancia científica del año a una investigación del centro sobre el anticuerpo monoclonal humanizado cubano nimotuzumab en el tratamiento de pacientes con COVID-19.

Staff (2023-01-11). La COVID-19 no ha desaparecido: Debemos continuar cumpliendo las medidas diseñadas para su contención. cubadebate.cu Al concluir el 2022, en Cuba se reportaron 145 545 pacientes positivos a la COVID-19. Esa cifra, aunque implica también preocupaciones para muchas familias y atenciones desde el Sistema Nacional de Salud para tratar a los enfermos, significa una considerable reducción de los contagios respecto al 2021, año en el que se diagnosticaron en el país 954 417 personas con el SARS-CoV-2.

Anonymous669 (2023-01-11). The UK May Supply Ukraine With 'Challenger 2' Main Battle Tanks — Report. southfront.org British soldiers with the Queen's Royal Hussars conduct the Offensive Operations lane during the Strong Europe Tank Challenge, June 5, 2018. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army) | The United Kingdom is considering supplying Ukraine with Challenger 2 main battle tanks, Sky News reported on A Western source with knowledge on the matter, discussions have been taking place "for a few we…

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2023-01-11: News Headlines

Dr. Josh Guetzkow (2023-01-11). CDC Finally Released Its VAERS Safety Monitoring Analyses for COVID Vaccines Via FOIA. globalresearch.ca

Gavin de Becker (2023-01-11). Seeing Is Believing: What the Data Reveal About Deaths Following COVID Vaccine Rollouts Around the World. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). Ongoing COVID surge in China not expected to significantly impact Europe: WHO official. ecns.cn The COVID surge in China won't have significant influence on the COVID-19 pandemic situation in Europe, said Hans Henri P. Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe, on Tuesday at a press conference.

WSWS (2023-01-11). The New York City nurses and the fight against the pandemic. wsws.org The central issue in the strike is chronic understaffing and the catastrophic state of the health care system in the US, as the fourth year of the global pandemic begins.

WSWS (2023-01-11). Management issues ultimatum as strike by Fort Wayne Philharmonic musicians enters second month. wsws.org In response to management's presentation of its "best and final" offer, musicians say they will continue to fight for their demand for restoration of pay cut due to the pandemic and the defense of full-time orchestra positions.

Labor & Community Studies Department CCSF (2023-01-11). 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…

teleSUR, DRL (2023-01-11). China niega visas a coreanos y japoneses por medidas anticovid. telesurtv.net También volvió a pedir a los países que basen sus medidas de respuesta a la Covid-19 en la ciencia y no recurran a la manipulación política o medidas discriminatorias.

WSWS (2023-01-11). China fully reopens borders amid devastating COVID-19 surge. wsws.org The ditching of the final restrictions from the Zero-COVID policy takes place two weeks before the Lunar New Year holiday, historically the largest annual human migration, which will deepen the spread of COVID-19 across China.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). International travel expected to accelerate. ecns.cn China's civil aviation authority has examined applications for the resumption of international flights by Chinese and foreign airlines after China's recent optimization of its COVID-19 management.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). Chinese provinces surmount first infection wave since COVID control measure adjustment. ecns.cn Many provinces and municipalities in China announced that they have successfully surmounted the first round of COVID-19 infection peaks after assessing the data from fever clinics.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). EU issues COVID-19 response guidelines. ecns.cn Europe has agreed on measures to be applied in aviation in response to the COVID-19 situation in China.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). China's COVID-19 management adjustment beneficial to world economy. ecns.cn The International Department of the CPC Central Committee holds a briefing on China's COVID-19 management on Jan 10, 2023.A briefing was held by the International Department of the CPC Central Committee for foreign business representatives in China on Tuesday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). China in talks with Pfizer to manufacture COVID-19 drug domestically. ecns.cn Authorities are in talks with the company to facilitate the local manufacturing of the drug, a medical expert said on Wednesday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). China's COVID response policies are science-based, effective: FM. ecns.cn

WSWS (2023-01-11). Family sues Disney over production worker's COVID-19 death. wsws.org The family of a 67-year-old driver for Walt Disney Company in Massachusetts has filed a wrongful death suit with management over his death from COVID-19.

WSWS (2023-01-11). Teacher describes struggle to get treated for Long COVID in New Zealand. wsws.org An Auckland-based teacher told the WSWS how his increasingly severe Long COVID symptoms were misdiagnosed by doctors who said he had mental health issues. He said the government was allowing COVID to spread and ignoring the consequences for people's health.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). Chinese cities write to Merck for procurement of COVID treatment molnupiravir. ecns.cn Chinese cities including Tianjin, Shanghai, and Suzhou have sent letters to Merck & Co.'s for the procurement of COVID-19 antiviral treatment molnupiravir.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). South Africa not to impose travel restrictions for other countries. ecns.cn South African Health Minister Joe Phaahla said Tuesday that there is no need to impose restrictions for other countries with high COVID-19 infections following the detection of the Omicron XBB.1.5 variant in his country.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). Authorities can take action to limit COVID-19 spread in rural areas. ecns.cn Local authorities can limit the scale, duration and frequency of events including fairs, weddings and funerals to control COVID-19 in rural areas, according to a guideline released on Wednesday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-11). Ministry requires regular operation of cultural and tourist activities. ecns.cn The Ministry of Culture and Tourism has required local authorities to ensure the regular operation of cultural and tourist activities and traveler mobility under optimized COVID-19 controls.

jamanetwork (2023-01-10). Twenty-Strain "Universal" mRNA Flu Vaccine Effective in Animal Studies. jamanetwork.com An investigational messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccine encoding hemagglutinin antigens from all 20 known influenza A virus subtypes and B virus lineages protected mice and ferrets from a wide range of matched and mismatched virus strains in a recent study.

jamanetwork (2023-01-10). Whole-Sporozoite Malaria Vaccine Candidate Shows Real-world Promise. jamanetwork.com An experimental malaria vaccine using whole, inactivated Plasmodium falciparum sporozoites reduced the risk of natural infection among adults in a malaria-endemic region, according to a report in Science Translational Medicine.

Ethan Huff (2023-01-10). Australia Sees 63% Drop in Births After Introduction of COVID "Vaccines" — What Will the Government's Excuse be? globalresearch.ca

Jake Johnson (2023-01-10). Moderna Faces Backlash for Plans to Markup COVID Vaccine by 4,000 Percent. truthout.org The Massachusetts-based pharmaceutical giant Moderna faced angry backlash on Tuesday following the CEO's announcement that the firm is considering pricing its Covid-19 vaccine somewhere between $100 and $130 per dose in the United States. The upper end of that range, according to the People's Vaccine Alliance (PVA), would represent a 4,000% markup above the cost of manufacturing the shot… |

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-10). Mayo Clinic Minute: Update adult vaccinations for a new year. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Personal health is often among the top New Year's resolutions each January. Beyond diet and exercise, Dr. John Presutti, a Mayo Clinic family medicine physician, says the new year is a good calendar reminder to update adult vaccinations. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/R8WuQQINFi4 Journalists: Broadcast-quality video pkg (1: 05) is in the downloads at the end of this post. Please courtesy: "Mayo Clinic News Network." Read the script. Whether it's the annual flu shot, latest COVID-19…

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). China's border reopening significant for Singapore: Health Minister. ecns.cn China's borders reopening is an important milestone for the world to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, and also what many countries, industries, enterprises, families, and people have long expected, manifesting a significant stage for Singapore, said Ong Ye Kung, Singapore's Minister for Health on Monday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). International tourism markets welcome Chinese tourists with open arms. ecns.cn Many countries welcomed Chinese tourists as China announced to downgrade management of COVID-19 infection and resume outbound tourism for Chinese citizensorderly.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). China to see overall stability in employment in 2023: minister. ecns.cn China's overall employment situation will stay stable in 2023 as the economy continues to recover with optimized COVID response and pro-growth policies, a senior official has said.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). Multitude Chinese cities say they have past first COVID peak. ecns.cn Beijing, Chongqing, Henan, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Sichuan, Hainan……a number of provinces and regions across China report that they have already past the first peak of COVID-19 infections as number of patients at fever clinics in these regions continues to fall.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). Exit-entry applications resume in Shanghai. ecns.cn Starting on Jan. 8, China downgraded COVID control measures from Class A to B, and applications for exit-entry services resumed in Shanghai.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). First group of Chinese tourists lands in Thailand Monday, following China's anti-COVID policy shift. ecns.cn A total of 269 Chinese passengers, travelling on a Xiamen Airlines flight, landed in Thailand on Monday, marking the first group of Chinese tourists arriving in the Southeast Asian nation after the adjustment of China's policy shift on COVID-19 shift.

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-10). Bolivia reporta disminución de casos de Covid-19 en una semana. telesurtv.net El titular de la cartera sanitaria refirió que la disminución equivale a 5.131 casos menos en la semana epidemiológica 52.

WSWS (2023-01-10). Japan's healthcare system pushed to collapse by COVID-19 cases. wsws.org The number of COVID-19 cases are close to record-highs as nearly all measures to stop the spread of the virus have been removed in Japan.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). Duty-free shopping heats up in tropical province. ecns.cn The offshore duty-free shopping market in Hainan province has continued to embrace a rosy sales performance following the approaching winter tourist season and the optimization of COVID-19 prevention and control measures.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). Nation's casualties from natural disasters at record low in 2022. ecns.cn Casualties caused by natural disasters across the country came in at a record low in 2022, despite increasing extreme weather events due to climate change and the impacts of COVID-19 on rescue operations.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). Wanderlust unleashed after restrictions eased. ecns.cn Chinese tourists have shown their enthusiasm to once again venture overseas after the government eased COVID-19 restrictions on international travel on Sunday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). Gov't to cover treatment costs until at least March. ecns.cn Patients needing treatment for COVID-19 will not have to foot pricey bills for hospitalization out of their own pockets until at least the end of March, according to authorities.

Global Research News (2023-01-10). Selected Articles: Video: Bombshell Docs Reveal COVID-19 Cover-Up Goes Straight to the Top. Redacted with Clayton Morris. globalresearch.ca By A BOMBSHELL new report claims shows that the Department of Defense [mda…

WSWS (2023-01-10). Japan's health care system pushed to collapse by COVID-19 cases. wsws.org The number of COVID-19 cases are close to record-highs as nearly all measures to stop the spread of the virus have been removed in Japan.

jamanetwork (2023-01-10). Incorrect Data, Investigator Name, and eFigure. jamanetwork.com In the Original Investigation titled "Effect of Ivermectin vs Placebo on Time to Sustained Recovery in Outpatients With Mild to Moderate COVID-19: A Randomized Clinical Trial," published in the October 25, 2022, issue of JAMA, the number of participating sites was incorrect in the Abstract and Methods section (93 has been changed to 91). Additionally, a grant number was fixed in the Funding/Support section, as well as an investigator name and eFigure 3 in Supplement 3. This article was corrected online.

Andy Kroll (2023-01-10). An American New Deal for An Entire Continent? tomdispatch.com A few recent headlines reveal the painfully inhumane, dangerously volatile state of U.S. relations with its own home region, the continent of North America. A record-breaking 2.76 million border crossings from Mexico filled homeless shelters to the bursting point in cities nationwide in 2022. This year, the possible cessation of Covid restrictions could allow tens of thousands more migrants, now huddling in the cold of northern Mexico, to surge across the border, as some are already able to do. Most of those refugees are Central Americans, fleeing cities ravaged by gang warfare and farms devastated by climate cha…

Sasha Latypova (2023-01-10). Video: US Military Oversaw Secret Contents of COVID Jabs. globalresearch.ca

Tings Chak (2023-01-10). A look back on three years of China's anti-COVID-19 fight. therealnews.com This story originally appeared in MR Online on Jan. 1, 2023. It is shared here under Creative Commons | Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. | I arrived in Shanghai, 36 hours after leaving Sà£o Paulo, a near deportation in South Africa, and a canceled connecting flight. It was March 21, 2020. In the following days, China implemented its mandatory centrali…

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-10). Panamá confirma segundo caso de influenza aviar. telesurtv.net Se trata de un ave silvestre ubicada en la cercanía del área del puerto de Vacamonte, distrito de Arraiján, en Panamá Oeste.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-10). 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 (2023-01-10). 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 (2023-01-10). 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 (2023-01-10). 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 (2023-01-10). 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…

jamanetwork (2023-01-10). Noninvasive Sensory Stimulation With Light and Sound Tested in Alzheimer Disease. jamanetwork.com Two early clinical studies suggest that sensory stimulation with light and sound should be studied further for its potential to slow neurodegeneration and improve behavioral function in mild Alzheimer disease, according to a report in PLOS ONE.

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2023-01-10: News Headlines

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-10). Mayo Clinic Minute: Update adult vaccinations for a new year. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Personal health is often among the top New Year's resolutions each January. Beyond diet and exercise, Dr. John Presutti, a Mayo Clinic family medicine physician, says the new year is a good calendar reminder to update adult vaccinations. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/R8WuQQINFi4 Journalists: Broadcast-quality video pkg (1: 05) is in the downloads at the end of this post. Please courtesy: "Mayo Clinic News Network." Read the script. Whether it's the annual flu shot, latest COVID-19…

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). China's border reopening significant for Singapore: Health Minister. ecns.cn China's borders reopening is an important milestone for the world to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, and also what many countries, industries, enterprises, families, and people have long expected, manifesting a significant stage for Singapore, said Ong Ye Kung, Singapore's Minister for Health on Monday.

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-10). Bolivia reporta disminución de casos de Covid-19 en una semana. telesurtv.net El titular de la cartera sanitaria refirió que la disminución equivale a 5.131 casos menos en la semana epidemiológica 52.

WSWS (2023-01-10). Japan's healthcare system pushed to collapse by COVID-19 cases. wsws.org The number of COVID-19 cases are close to record-highs as nearly all measures to stop the spread of the virus have been removed in Japan.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). Duty-free shopping heats up in tropical province. ecns.cn The offshore duty-free shopping market in Hainan province has continued to embrace a rosy sales performance following the approaching winter tourist season and the optimization of COVID-19 prevention and control measures.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). Nation's casualties from natural disasters at record low in 2022. ecns.cn Casualties caused by natural disasters across the country came in at a record low in 2022, despite increasing extreme weather events due to climate change and the impacts of COVID-19 on rescue operations.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). Wanderlust unleashed after restrictions eased. ecns.cn Chinese tourists have shown their enthusiasm to once again venture overseas after the government eased COVID-19 restrictions on international travel on Sunday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). Gov't to cover treatment costs until at least March. ecns.cn Patients needing treatment for COVID-19 will not have to foot pricey bills for hospitalization out of their own pockets until at least the end of March, according to authorities.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). International tourism markets welcome Chinese tourists with open arms. ecns.cn Many countries welcomed Chinese tourists as China announced to downgrade management of COVID-19 infection and resume outbound tourism for Chinese citizensorderly.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). China to see overall stability in employment in 2023: minister. ecns.cn China's overall employment situation will stay stable in 2023 as the economy continues to recover with optimized COVID response and pro-growth policies, a senior official has said.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). Multitude Chinese cities say they have past first COVID peak. ecns.cn Beijing, Chongqing, Henan, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Sichuan, Hainan……a number of provinces and regions across China report that they have already past the first peak of COVID-19 infections as number of patients at fever clinics in these regions continues to fall.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). Exit-entry applications resume in Shanghai. ecns.cn Starting on Jan. 8, China downgraded COVID control measures from Class A to B, and applications for exit-entry services resumed in Shanghai.

ecns.cn (2023-01-10). First group of Chinese tourists lands in Thailand Monday, following China's anti-COVID policy shift. ecns.cn A total of 269 Chinese passengers, travelling on a Xiamen Airlines flight, landed in Thailand on Monday, marking the first group of Chinese tourists arriving in the Southeast Asian nation after the adjustment of China's policy shift on COVID-19 shift.

Global Research News (2023-01-10). Selected Articles: Video: Bombshell Docs Reveal COVID-19 Cover-Up Goes Straight to the Top. Redacted with Clayton Morris. globalresearch.ca By A BOMBSHELL new report claims shows that the Department of Defense [mda…

WSWS (2023-01-10). Japan's health care system pushed to collapse by COVID-19 cases. wsws.org The number of COVID-19 cases are close to record-highs as nearly all measures to stop the spread of the virus have been removed in Japan.

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-10). Panamá confirma segundo caso de influenza aviar. telesurtv.net Se trata de un ave silvestre ubicada en la cercanía del área del puerto de Vacamonte, distrito de Arraiján, en Panamá Oeste.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-10). 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 (2023-01-10). 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 (2023-01-10). 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 (2023-01-10). 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 (2023-01-10). 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…

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts (2023-01-09). The COVID "Vaccine" Is an Intentional Effort at World Genocide. globalresearch.ca

Global Research News (2023-01-09). Selected Articles: The COVID "Killer Vaccine". People Are Dying All Over the World. It's a Criminal Undertaking. globalresearch.ca By We are being accused of "spreading disinformation" regarding the Covid-19 vacci…

Vigilent Citizen (2023-01-09). Video: Japan Orders Investigation Into COVID Vaccine Deaths as MSM Admit "The Jabs Are Killing Us" globalresearch.ca

Dr. Suzanne Burdick (2023-01-09). New Analysis Shows Studies of COVID Vaccine-Induced Myocarditis Hid Critical Safety Signal. globalresearch.ca

Ryan Wyatt Turbeville (2023-01-09). University of Florida Officials Have No 'Standing' to Review Ladapo's COVID Vaccine Guidance. globalresearch.ca

Paul Joseph Watson (2023-01-09). WHO: Anti-Vaccine Activism Is Deadlier Than Global Terrorism. globalresearch.ca

manager (2023-01-09). CEPR Spotlight: Intellectual Property. cepr.net Nothing shines a brighter light on the harmful effects of bad intellectual property law than an ongoing pandemic. CEPR's researchers continue to advocate for reform of this broken system which causes so much damage here in the US and abroad. This year saw some success from the long campaign to waive COVID vaccine patents for …

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Timing of China's COVID response shift related to elderly vaccination: expert. ecns.cn The reason that China chose to adjust its COVID-19 response measures at this juncture is directly related to national elderly vaccination, said Liang Wannian, head of the COVID-19 response expert panel under China's National Health Commission when interviewed by state broadcaster CCTV.

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Higher elderly vaccination rate aided change in COVID management. ecns.cn Downgrading the COVID-19 management from Class A to Class B is a proactive measure taken in view of the higher vaccination rate among the elderly, said a health expert from the National Health Commission.

Internationalist 360 ∞ (2023-01-09). Predictions for 2023? Annus Horribilis with Some Surprising Upsides. libya360.wordpress.com Sharmine Narwani This isn't going to be an easy year, anywhere. The constellation of events in the recent past — wars in Syria, Yemen, Libya; the targeting of Iran, China, Russia; the global pandemic and the securitization that ensued; the re-emergence of Salafi terrorism; widespread economic recession; failure of globalization; replacement of international law with…

Internationalist 360 ∞ (2023-01-09). The Bubble of Prejudice vs the Light of Hope in China's COVID Fight. libya360.wordpress.com Editorial Comment: I have only praise for China's response to Covid and their commitment to internationalism. My condemnation of Covid policies has been solely directed at Western nations (and the faux left supporting fascism and imperialism) that have exploited the pandemic to further anti-democratic agendas, extensively violate human rights, and promote dangerous escalations of military…

Dr. Joseph Mercola (2023-01-09). Propaganda Perpetuates the Pandemic and Censorship. globalresearch.ca

James Roguski (2023-01-09). The Top 100 Reasons to #StopThe Pandemic Treaty, #StopTheAmendments, and #ExitTheWHO. globalresearch.ca

Mark Taliano (2023-01-09). COVID-19 Pandemic Psychological Warfare. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Azvudine producer cuts price, boosts access. ecns.cn China's first oral anti-COVID-19 drug Azvudine will be covered by China's national medical insurance system after negotiations, China's National Healthcare Security Administration said Sunday evening.

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Economy grows despite COVID headwinds. ecns.cn Containers from all over the world wait to be loaded or unloaded at Yangshan Port near Shanghai on April 24.A worker collects helmets at a construction site in the Yizhuang area in Beijing on March 16, 2020. [Photo by Zou Hong/China Daily]…

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). XBB will not cause large-scale infection in China: expert. ecns.cn The COVID-19 Omicron XBB sub-variant will not cause large-scale infection in China right now, said Chen Cao, a research fellow with the National Institute for Viral Disease Control and Prevention under the China CDC on Sunday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Multiple ports in China witness influx of travelers on 1st day of COVID downgrading. ecns.cn Shuttle bus service between Hong Kong and Zhuhai through the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge resumed round-the-clock operation on Sunday, with the number of routes increasing to 168.

WSWS (2023-01-09). The XBB.1.5 "Kraken" subvariant of Omicron takes hold in the US. wsws.org The latest and most dangerous subvariant of Omicron is leading to high levels of hospitalization across the Northeast. The winter surge of COVID will likely overtake the rest of the country over the next few weeks.

WSWS (2023-01-09). Australian life expectancy declines as a result of COVID "let it rip" policy. wsws.org As in the US, Europe and elsewhere, the fall in life expectancy is a historical retrogression reversing a decades-long trend.

Clayton Morris (2023-01-09). Video: Bombshell Docs Reveal COVID-19 Cover-Up Goes Straight to the Top. Redacted with Clayton Morris. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Qingdao hospital tears down rumor of detecting 3 XBB patients. ecns.cn The Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University denied Monday there are three COVID patients infected with XBB variant.

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). 8% of Chinese COVID-19 patients develop pneumonia: NHC official. ecns.cn The proportion of COVID-19 patients of common type who developed pneumonia is about 8 percent of the total.

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Senior expert: Timing of COVID downgrade 'appropriate'. ecns.cn The timing of the decision to downgrade COVID-19 management to Class B was appropriate and met scientific standards, a top expert said in response to concerns that winter was not a good moment, especially with Spring Festival approaching.

Kit Knightly (2023-01-09). Yet Another COVID "Variant": Omicron XBB & the Self-driving Narrative. globalresearch.ca

Georgi Boorman (2023-01-09). Poll: 1 In 4 Americans Thinks Someone They Know May Have Died Due to COVID Shot. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Study reveals grasslands biodiversity help control plant diseases. ecns.cn Chinese researchers have newly confirmed the significance of spatial scale-dependent dilution effects of biodiversity on plant diseases in grasslands, according to the Lanzhou University.

_____ (2023-01-09). Uranium Water Contamination In US Far More Prevalent Than Believed. popularresistance.org Maybe it's the good kind of uranium that turns you into Spider-Man or the Incredible Hulk and not the bad kind of uranium that turns you into Thyroid Cancer Man — one of the lesser-known Marvel superheroes. | ProPublica has come out with an investigation entitled "The Cold War Legacy Lurking in U.S. Groundwater." After World War II, the Cold War started between the U.S.S.R. and the U.S. because the rich needed to stop the damn Communists from pushing their furry hats on everyone! There was a feverish need to build loads of nuclear weapons. To do that, the U.S. needed uranium, and its ruling class didn't car…

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2023-01-09: News Headlines

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts (2023-01-09). The COVID "Vaccine" Is an Intentional Effort at World Genocide. globalresearch.ca

Global Research News (2023-01-09). Selected Articles: The COVID "Killer Vaccine". People Are Dying All Over the World. It's a Criminal Undertaking. globalresearch.ca By We are being accused of "spreading disinformation" regarding the Covid-19 vacci…

Vigilent Citizen (2023-01-09). Video: Japan Orders Investigation Into COVID Vaccine Deaths as MSM Admit "The Jabs Are Killing Us" globalresearch.ca

Dr. Suzanne Burdick (2023-01-09). New Analysis Shows Studies of COVID Vaccine-Induced Myocarditis Hid Critical Safety Signal. globalresearch.ca

Ryan Wyatt Turbeville (2023-01-09). University of Florida Officials Have No 'Standing' to Review Ladapo's COVID Vaccine Guidance. globalresearch.ca

Paul Joseph Watson (2023-01-09). WHO: Anti-Vaccine Activism Is Deadlier Than Global Terrorism. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Timing of China's COVID response shift related to elderly vaccination: expert. ecns.cn The reason that China chose to adjust its COVID-19 response measures at this juncture is directly related to national elderly vaccination, said Liang Wannian, head of the COVID-19 response expert panel under China's National Health Commission when interviewed by state broadcaster CCTV.

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Higher elderly vaccination rate aided change in COVID management. ecns.cn Downgrading the COVID-19 management from Class A to Class B is a proactive measure taken in view of the higher vaccination rate among the elderly, said a health expert from the National Health Commission.

Dr. Joseph Mercola (2023-01-09). Propaganda Perpetuates the Pandemic and Censorship. globalresearch.ca

James Roguski (2023-01-09). The Top 100 Reasons to #StopThe Pandemic Treaty, #StopTheAmendments, and #ExitTheWHO. globalresearch.ca

Mark Taliano (2023-01-09). COVID-19 Pandemic Psychological Warfare. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Azvudine producer cuts price, boosts access. ecns.cn China's first oral anti-COVID-19 drug Azvudine will be covered by China's national medical insurance system after negotiations, China's National Healthcare Security Administration said Sunday evening.

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Economy grows despite COVID headwinds. ecns.cn Containers from all over the world wait to be loaded or unloaded at Yangshan Port near Shanghai on April 24.A worker collects helmets at a construction site in the Yizhuang area in Beijing on March 16, 2020. [Photo by Zou Hong/China Daily]…

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). XBB will not cause large-scale infection in China: expert. ecns.cn The COVID-19 Omicron XBB sub-variant will not cause large-scale infection in China right now, said Chen Cao, a research fellow with the National Institute for Viral Disease Control and Prevention under the China CDC on Sunday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Multiple ports in China witness influx of travelers on 1st day of COVID downgrading. ecns.cn Shuttle bus service between Hong Kong and Zhuhai through the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge resumed round-the-clock operation on Sunday, with the number of routes increasing to 168.

WSWS (2023-01-09). The XBB.1.5 "Kraken" subvariant of Omicron takes hold in the US. wsws.org The latest and most dangerous subvariant of Omicron is leading to high levels of hospitalization across the Northeast. The winter surge of COVID will likely overtake the rest of the country over the next few weeks.

WSWS (2023-01-09). Australian life expectancy declines as a result of COVID "let it rip" policy. wsws.org As in the US, Europe and elsewhere, the fall in life expectancy is a historical retrogression reversing a decades-long trend.

Clayton Morris (2023-01-09). Video: Bombshell Docs Reveal COVID-19 Cover-Up Goes Straight to the Top. Redacted with Clayton Morris. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Qingdao hospital tears down rumor of detecting 3 XBB patients. ecns.cn The Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University denied Monday there are three COVID patients infected with XBB variant.

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). 8% of Chinese COVID-19 patients develop pneumonia: NHC official. ecns.cn The proportion of COVID-19 patients of common type who developed pneumonia is about 8 percent of the total.

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Senior expert: Timing of COVID downgrade 'appropriate'. ecns.cn The timing of the decision to downgrade COVID-19 management to Class B was appropriate and met scientific standards, a top expert said in response to concerns that winter was not a good moment, especially with Spring Festival approaching.

Kit Knightly (2023-01-09). Yet Another COVID "Variant": Omicron XBB & the Self-driving Narrative. globalresearch.ca

Georgi Boorman (2023-01-09). Poll: 1 In 4 Americans Thinks Someone They Know May Have Died Due to COVID Shot. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-09). Study reveals grasslands biodiversity help control plant diseases. ecns.cn Chinese researchers have newly confirmed the significance of spatial scale-dependent dilution effects of biodiversity on plant diseases in grasslands, according to the Lanzhou University.

_____ (2023-01-09). Uranium Water Contamination In US Far More Prevalent Than Believed. popularresistance.org Maybe it's the good kind of uranium that turns you into Spider-Man or the Incredible Hulk and not the bad kind of uranium that turns you into Thyroid Cancer Man — one of the lesser-known Marvel superheroes. | ProPublica has come out with an investigation entitled "The Cold War Legacy Lurking in U.S. Groundwater." After World War II, the Cold War started between the U.S.S.R. and the U.S. because the rich needed to stop the damn Communists from pushing their furry hats on everyone! There was a feverish need to build loads of nuclear weapons. To do that, the U.S. needed uranium, and its ruling class didn't car…

ecns.cn (2023-01-08). People receive inhaled COVID-19 vaccines in Fuzhou. ecns.cn Fuzhou City in east China's Fujian Province started vaccination with inhaled COVID-19 vaccines.

Dr. Paul Elias Alexander (2023-01-08). mRNA/DNA Gene Injection "Vaccine": Murder Charges against Pfizer, Moderna, FDA, CDC,NIH, NIAID. globalresearch.ca

Gérard Delépine (2023-01-08). Covid-19 Vaccines Lead to New Infections and Mortality: The Evidence is Overwhelming. globalresearch.ca Vaccination has spread worldwide. And everywhere it has been followed by a dramatic rise in new infections and mortality. How many deaths and severe accidents will it take for governments, WHO, health agencies FDA, EMA, to look at the proven results of this experimental pseudo-vaccination?

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-08). Mayo Clinic Minute: Update adult vaccinations for a new year. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Personal health is often among the top New Year's resolutions each January. Beyond diet and exercise, Dr. John Presutti, a Mayo Clinic family medicine physician, says the new year is a good calendar reminder to update adult vaccinations. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/R8WuQQINFi4 Journalists: Broadcast-quality video pkg (1: 05) is in the downloads at the end of this post. Please courtesy: "Mayo Clinic News Network." Read the script. Whether it's the annual flu shot, latest COVID-19…

ecns.cn (2023-01-08). EU urged to view response fairly. ecns.cn The Foreign Ministry urged the European Union on Friday to view China's pandemic response in an objective and fair manner, saying that it will take corresponding measures based on the principle of reciprocity in response to unreasonable measures taken by some countries toward travelers from China.

Allen Forrest (2023-01-08). A Roller Coaster Ride to Easy Street… or? dissidentvoice.org Was the so-called pandemic, the lockdowns, the mandates just a one-off? Or was it a rehearsal for something else?

WSWS (2023-01-08). Interview with Dr. Ziyad Al-Aly on the COVID pandemic and Long COVID: Part two. wsws.org "This was a historic moment in the annals of medicine… when patients came to the fore and alerted all of us scientists that something here is wrong and needs to be investigated and researched and gave the entity its name."

ecns.cn (2023-01-08). Reporting system helps monitor virus. ecns.cn China has been recording and sharing COVID-19 epidemic information consistently and has deployed extensive tools to monitor viral mutations as its virus control work enters a new phase, officials and experts said on Friday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-08). Spring Festival travel rush begins amid COVID-19 response shift. ecns.cn China's Spring Festival travel rush, the largest annual human migration worldwide, kicked off Saturday after the world's most populous country adjusted its COVID-19 response.

Staff (2023-01-08). China reabre sus fronteras este domingo luego de tres años de aislamiento por covid-19. cubadebate.cu

teleSUR, SH (2023-01-08). China reabre sus fronteras tras estar cerradas por la pandemia. telesurtv.net Las autoridades chinas indicaron que seguirán exigiendo a los viajeros una prueba negativa de Covid-19 para entrar al territorio chino.

ecns.cn (2023-01-08). Punishments for breaking COVID rules revoked. ecns.cn Starting from Jan 8, people who violate COVID-19 prevention measures will not be convicted or punished for obstructing the control of infectious diseases, according to a notification issued on Saturday.

F. Douglas Stephenson (2023-01-08). Big Pharma spent more on Stock Buybacks and Dividends than on Research and Development even during COVID. juancole.com Gainesville, Florida (Special to Informed Comment) &#1 ; The 14 largest publicly-traded pharmaceutical companies spent $747 billion on stock buybacks and dividends from 2012 through 2021 — substantially more than the $660 billion they spent on research and development. So argue economists William Lazonick, professor emeritus of economics at University of Massachusetts, and àñner Tulum, a …

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-08). 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 (2023-01-08). 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 (2023-01-08). 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 (2023-01-08). 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….

Lynzy Billing (2023-01-08). CIA-Backed Units Killed Hundreds of Afghan Civilians in Brutal Night Raids. truthout.org This story was originally published by ProPublica. In 2019, reporter Lynzy Billing returned to Afghanistan to research the murders of her mother and sister nearly 30 years earlier. Instead, in the country's remote reaches, she stumbled upon the CIA-backed Zero Units, who conducted night raids — quick, brutal operations designed to have resounding psychological impacts while ostensibly removing… |

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2023-01-08: News Headlines

Dr. Paul Elias Alexander (2023-01-08). mRNA/DNA Gene Injection "Vaccine": Murder Charges against Pfizer, Moderna, FDA, CDC,NIH, NIAID. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (2023-01-08). People receive inhaled COVID-19 vaccines in Fuzhou. ecns.cn Fuzhou City in east China's Fujian Province started vaccination with inhaled COVID-19 vaccines.

Gérard Delépine (2023-01-08). Covid-19 Vaccines Lead to New Infections and Mortality: The Evidence is Overwhelming. globalresearch.ca Vaccination has spread worldwide. And everywhere it has been followed by a dramatic rise in new infections and mortality. How many deaths and severe accidents will it take for governments, WHO, health agencies FDA, EMA, to look at the proven results of this experimental pseudo-vaccination?

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-08). Mayo Clinic Minute: Update adult vaccinations for a new year. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Personal health is often among the top New Year's resolutions each January. Beyond diet and exercise, Dr. John Presutti, a Mayo Clinic family medicine physician, says the new year is a good calendar reminder to update adult vaccinations. Watch: The Mayo Clinic Minute youtu.be/R8WuQQINFi4 Journalists: Broadcast-quality video pkg (1: 05) is in the downloads at the end of this post. Please courtesy: "Mayo Clinic News Network." Read the script. Whether it's the annual flu shot, latest COVID-19…

Allen Forrest (2023-01-08). A Roller Coaster Ride to Easy Street… or? dissidentvoice.org Was the so-called pandemic, the lockdowns, the mandates just a one-off? Or was it a rehearsal for something else?

ecns.cn (2023-01-08). EU urged to view response fairly. ecns.cn The Foreign Ministry urged the European Union on Friday to view China's pandemic response in an objective and fair manner, saying that it will take corresponding measures based on the principle of reciprocity in response to unreasonable measures taken by some countries toward travelers from China.

ecns.cn (2023-01-08). Punishments for breaking COVID rules revoked. ecns.cn Starting from Jan 8, people who violate COVID-19 prevention measures will not be convicted or punished for obstructing the control of infectious diseases, according to a notification issued on Saturday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-08). Reporting system helps monitor virus. ecns.cn China has been recording and sharing COVID-19 epidemic information consistently and has deployed extensive tools to monitor viral mutations as its virus control work enters a new phase, officials and experts said on Friday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-08). Spring Festival travel rush begins amid COVID-19 response shift. ecns.cn China's Spring Festival travel rush, the largest annual human migration worldwide, kicked off Saturday after the world's most populous country adjusted its COVID-19 response.

F. Douglas Stephenson (2023-01-08). Big Pharma spent more on Stock Buybacks and Dividends than on Research and Development even during COVID. juancole.com Gainesville, Florida (Special to Informed Comment) &#1 ; The 14 largest publicly-traded pharmaceutical companies spent $747 billion on stock buybacks and dividends from 2012 through 2021 — substantially more than the $660 billion they spent on research and development. So argue economists William Lazonick, professor emeritus of economics at University of Massachusetts, and àñner Tulum, a …

Staff (2023-01-08). China reabre sus fronteras este domingo luego de tres años de aislamiento por covid-19. cubadebate.cu

teleSUR, SH (2023-01-08). China reabre sus fronteras tras estar cerradas por la pandemia. telesurtv.net Las autoridades chinas indicaron que seguirán exigiendo a los viajeros una prueba negativa de Covid-19 para entrar al territorio chino.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-08). 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 (2023-01-08). 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 (2023-01-08). 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 (2023-01-08). 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….

ecns.cn (2023-01-07). China's latest COVID-19 control protocol highlights vaccination, personal protection. ecns.cn China released its 10th edition of COVID-19 control protocol on Saturday, highlighting vaccination and personal protection.

_____ (2023-01-07). NYSNA 2019-2021: From Contract Sellout to Covid Hell. popularresistance.org Over 10,000 nurses could strike in NYC starting next week. Key among their demands is the fight around safe staffing ratios, which determines the maximum number of patients per on-shift nurse. Nurses are fighting for better working conditions in a setting where staffing has only gotten worse since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. Since the start of the pandemic, thousands of nurses and healthcare workers left the workforce, often from being exhausted, burnt out, and/or traumatized. Many more have also become very ill and/or died from Covid-19, after putting their lives on the line to care for patients. Sur…

Orinoco Tribune 2 (2023-01-07). A Look Back on Three Years of China's Anti-Covid-19 Fight. orinocotribune.com By Tings Chak &#1 ; Jan 01, 2023 | I arrived in Shanghai, 36 hours after leaving Sà£o Paulo, a near deportation in South Africa, and a canceled connecting flight. It was March 21, 2020. In the following days, China implemented its mandatory centralized quarantine for all international travelers. Exactly a week later, on March 28, China started its travel ban N…

WSWS (2023-01-07). 2022 was Canada's deadliest year of the COVID-19 pandemic. wsws.org The policy of the Trudeau government and provincial health authorities to let the virus rip unimpeded, a policy adopted by all capitalist governments around the world, has enabled COVID-19 to mutate into ever-more dangerous variants.

WSWS (2023-01-07). Interview with Dr. Ziyad Al-Aly on the COVID pandemic and Long COVID. wsws.org "This was a historic moment in the annals of medicine… when patients came to the fore and alerted all of us scientists that something here is wrong and needs to be investigated and researched and gave the entity its name."

_____ (2023-01-07). Goodbye 2022 (and Beyond!). strategic-culture.org By Peter VAN BUREN | Nobody is going to miss 2022. With the won't-die pandemic, inflation at home and economic troubles abroad, plus the war in Ukraine, it has not been a happy 12 months. Nevertheless, with the year 2022 behind us, it is time for some housecleaning. Here are four memes we really should bury and not have to hear about again. | The internet changed everything/The internet promotes democracy globally. Nope, it turns out the internet was a big grift and we were allowed to play with its full potential only for a few years until the big guys wanted it back for their own. Though the grift of free speech…

Orinoco Tribune 2 (2023-01-07). A Look Back on 3 Years of China's Anti-COVID-19 Fight. orinocotribune.com By Tings Chak &#1 ; Jan 01, 2023 | I arrived in Shanghai, 36 hours after leaving Sà£o Paulo, a near deportation in South Africa, and a canceled connecting flight. It was March 21, 2020. In the following days, China implemented its mandatory centralized quarantine for all international travelers. Exactly a week later, on March 28, China started its travel ban N…

ecns.cn (2023-01-07). Traditional Chinese medicine important in China's COVID-19 response: expert. ecns.cn Leveraging traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in the treatment of infections is an important step in the Chinese approach to COVID-19 response, an expert has said.

ecns.cn (2023-01-07). China optimizes medical insurance to ease financial burden of COVID-19 patients. ecns.cn Chinese authorities have released a circular to further optimize medical insurance policies to ease the financial burden of COVID-19 patients.

teleSUR, lvm, YSM (2023-01-07). El Salvador iniciará año escolar el 6 de febrero en presencial. telesurtv.net El Ministerio de Salud de El Salvador registró 186 fallecidos a causa de la Covid-19 en 2022.

Prof. Claudia von Werlhof (2023-01-07). 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".

Dongsheng News (2023-01-07). End of Peak Cases of COVID-19. dissidentvoice.org This week's News on China in 2 minutes. ‚Ä¢ End of peak cases of COVID-19 ‚Ä¢ U.S. boycott affects energy transition ‚Ä¢ Huawei makes progress in 10nm microchip manufacturing ‚Ä¢ World's largest national park system…

teleSUR, jaa, YSM (2023-01-07). Honduras activa plan de emergencia nacional por influenza aviar. telesurtv.net Esta disposición tendrá vigencia por tres meses y se contarán con todos los recursos necesarios para la vigilancia y monitoreo del virus.

Richard Horton (2023-01-07). [Comment] Offline: Health's intercultural turn. thelancet.com We are trapped in a linguistic cage from which few of us can escape. We rarely complain. We are comfortable in our epistemological prisons, especially those of us who languish in Anglophone confinement. If we break free, we are afforded an insight into a different world, one where the assumptions, practices, and outcomes might be so completely different from our own that we can only marvel at our own parochial limitations. Jaime Breilh is an Ecuadorian epidemiologist whose work is richly available in books and research articles in Latin America.

Kelley Lee (2023-01-07). [Perspectives] Advancing the commercial determinants of health agenda. thelancet.com The landmark 1842 Report on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Great Britain, by the social reformer Edwin Chadwick, was a damning indictment of how large-scale socioeconomic change during the 19th century contributed to the increased spread of epidemic and chronic diseases. Poor health among the working masses was not simply a consequence of behavioural choices or moral failings but was associated with pathogenic conditions created by the Industrial Revolution.

Satoshi Funada, Yan Luo, Norihiro Nishioka, Takashi Yoshioka (2023-01-07). [Correspondence] Cardiovascular risk in systemic autoimmune diseases. thelancet.com In a large population-based observational study, Nathalie Conrad and colleagues1 showed the association between 19 autoimmune diseases and 12 cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) with data from about 22‚Äâ000‚Äâ000 people in the UK. However, we are concerned about the possibly confusing message caused by treating several CVDs as a composite outcome in this study.

Nathalie Conrad, John J V McMurray (2023-01-07). [Correspondence] Cardiovascular risk in systemic autoimmune diseases — Authors' reply. thelancet.com We agree with Giacomo Cafaro and colleagues that comparing different types of cardiovascular outcomes occurring in people with systemic sclerosis to those occurring in patients with other autoimmune diseases would be of interest. However, our study1 included relatively few participants with systemic sclerosis and even fewer cardiovascular events, precluding a meaningful analysis of individual outcomes.1…

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2023-01-07: News Headlines

WSWS (2023-01-07). 2022 was Canada's deadliest year of the COVID-19 pandemic. wsws.org The policy of the Trudeau government and provincial health authorities to let the virus rip unimpeded, a policy adopted by all capitalist governments around the world, has enabled COVID-19 to mutate into ever-more dangerous variants.

WSWS (2023-01-07). Interview with Dr. Ziyad Al-Aly on the COVID pandemic and Long COVID. wsws.org "This was a historic moment in the annals of medicine… when patients came to the fore and alerted all of us scientists that something here is wrong and needs to be investigated and researched and gave the entity its name."

ecns.cn (2023-01-07). Traditional Chinese medicine important in China's COVID-19 response: expert. ecns.cn Leveraging traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in the treatment of infections is an important step in the Chinese approach to COVID-19 response, an expert has said.

ecns.cn (2023-01-07). China optimizes medical insurance to ease financial burden of COVID-19 patients. ecns.cn Chinese authorities have released a circular to further optimize medical insurance policies to ease the financial burden of COVID-19 patients.

teleSUR, lvm, YSM (2023-01-07). El Salvador iniciará año escolar el 6 de febrero en presencial. telesurtv.net El Ministerio de Salud de El Salvador registró 186 fallecidos a causa de la Covid-19 en 2022.

teleSUR, jaa, YSM (2023-01-07). Honduras activa plan de emergencia nacional por influenza aviar. telesurtv.net Esta disposición tendrá vigencia por tres meses y se contarán con todos los recursos necesarios para la vigilancia y monitoreo del virus.

Richard Horton (2023-01-07). [Comment] Offline: Health's intercultural turn. thelancet.com We are trapped in a linguistic cage from which few of us can escape. We rarely complain. We are comfortable in our epistemological prisons, especially those of us who languish in Anglophone confinement. If we break free, we are afforded an insight into a different world, one where the assumptions, practices, and outcomes might be so completely different from our own that we can only marvel at our own parochial limitations. Jaime Breilh is an Ecuadorian epidemiologist whose work is richly available in books and research articles in Latin America.

Kelley Lee (2023-01-07). [Perspectives] Advancing the commercial determinants of health agenda. thelancet.com The landmark 1842 Report on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Great Britain, by the social reformer Edwin Chadwick, was a damning indictment of how large-scale socioeconomic change during the 19th century contributed to the increased spread of epidemic and chronic diseases. Poor health among the working masses was not simply a consequence of behavioural choices or moral failings but was associated with pathogenic conditions created by the Industrial Revolution.

Nathalie Conrad, John J V McMurray (2023-01-07). [Correspondence] Cardiovascular risk in systemic autoimmune diseases — Authors' reply. thelancet.com We agree with Giacomo Cafaro and colleagues that comparing different types of cardiovascular outcomes occurring in people with systemic sclerosis to those occurring in patients with other autoimmune diseases would be of interest. However, our study1 included relatively few participants with systemic sclerosis and even fewer cardiovascular events, precluding a meaningful analysis of individual outcomes.1…

Satoshi Funada, Yan Luo, Norihiro Nishioka, Takashi Yoshioka (2023-01-07). [Correspondence] Cardiovascular risk in systemic autoimmune diseases. thelancet.com In a large population-based observational study, Nathalie Conrad and colleagues1 showed the association between 19 autoimmune diseases and 12 cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) with data from about 22‚Äâ000‚Äâ000 people in the UK. However, we are concerned about the possibly confusing message caused by treating several CVDs as a composite outcome in this study.

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). People receive inhaled COVID-19 vaccines in Fuzhou. ecns.cn Fuzhou City in east China's Fujian Province started vaccination with inhaled COVID-19 vaccines.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). 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…

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). China's civil aviation industry poised to reach 75% of pre-pandemic level: CAAC. ecns.cn China aims to revive its civil aviation industry to 75 percent of the pre-pandemic level this year, with the total volume of flight transport turnover reaching 97.6 billion ton-kilometers, the air passenger transport volume 460 million trips, and airport cargo and mail throughput 6.17 million tons, working to achieve profit and loss balance, according to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) on Friday.

Mark Niu (2023-01-06). CES 2023 kicks off in Las Vegas. america.cgtn.com The CES is the world's largest consumer electronics show and it has officially kicked off in Las Vegas. The show has struggled in year's past due to the pandemic.

Staff (2023-01-06). Unemployment Falls Back to Half-Century Low, but Wage Growth Slows. cepr.net The pandemic increase in the length of the average workweek has been completely reversed. | The December employment report showed a very strong labor market but much less evidence of inflationary pressures than in prior months. The unemployment rate fell back to 3.5 percent, its half-century low. The U-6 measure of labor market slack fell to 6.5 percent, its lowest level on record. | At the same time, wage growth moderated. There was a sharp downward revision to the November data. With 0.3 percent growth in the average hourly wage reported for December, the annualized rate over the last three months is just 4.1 p…

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). Experts slam curbs on travelers from China. ecns.cn Health experts and international organizations have criticized the requirement by some countries for travelers from China to have a negative COVID-19 test as a condition for entry, saying it will not help prevent the spread of the virus.

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). First China-developed ECMO approved for COVID patients. ecns.cn China's first domestically produced ECMO, the extracorporal life support product known as "artificial lung," has been approved for emergency use, according to the National Medical Product Administration on Thursday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). CPC International Department outlines China's optimization of COVID-19 response. ecns.cn The International Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee recently sent letters to foreign political parties and organizations, explaining the adjustment to China's COVID-19 response policy and its significance to strengthening exchanges and cooperation between countries.

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). China's timely and transparent sharing of COVID-19 information proven by facts. ecns.cn

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). Community treatment reducing hospital burden. ecns.cn Shanghai has further increased the capacity of its community medical centers, aiming for the early detection and treatment of COVID-19 patients with the potential for severe symptoms to relieve the pressure on major hospitals.

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). Oral COVID-19 therapeutics available for most at risk. ecns.cn Two major oral antiviral pills, Pfizer's Paxlovid and the domestically-developed Azvudine, are now available for COVID-19 treatment at community clinics in several districts in Shanghai and Beijing.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). 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…

Zero Hedge (2023-01-06). California Bill to Punish Doctors for 'False' COVID-19 Information Goes Into Effect. globalresearch.ca

Combined Sources (2023-01-06). Abandoning 'zero COVID,' China fights virus surge before Lunar New Year. peoplesworld.org BEIJING—Patients, mostly older people, lay on stretchers in hallways or took oxygen while sitting in wheelchairs as a COVID-19 outbreak stretched public health facilities' resources in China's capital Beijing, even after its reported peak. The Chuiyangliu hospital in the city's east was packed Thursday with newly arrived patients. Beds ran out by midmorning, even as …

teleSUR, odr, YSM (2023-01-06). OMS alerta sobre nueva subvariante XBB.1.5 de la Covid-19. telesurtv.net Según el titular de la OMS, en el cuarto año de la pandemia, el mundo presenta una situación mucho mejor respecto a los anteriores.

Ryan Cristián (2023-01-06). The Undeniable Proof That COVID Injections Are Dangerous & Causing #CollapsingAthletes. thelastamericanvagabond.com Welcome to The Daily Wrap Up, a concise show dedicated to bringing you the most relevant independent news, as we see it, from the last 24 hours (1/6/23). As always, take the information discussed in the video below and research it for yourself, and come to your own conclusions. Anyone telling you what the truth

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). 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….

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). 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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). Science Saturday: 20-year review suggests athletes with genetic heart disease may return safely to competitive sports. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Athletes with a genetic heart disease are often disqualified from participating in competitive sports because of the perceived risk of sudden cardiac arrest. While the clinicians' intent may be understandable, is it necessarily the best approach? Mayo Clinic researchers conducted a review of athletes who were treated at Mayo during a 20-year period, and their findings published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings suggest that after the patient's condition has been properly evaluated and treated, an athlete's safe return to play is…

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). XBB unlikely to cause new infection peak in China. ecns.cn

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). 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…

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2023-01-06: News Headlines

Richard Horton (2023-01-07). [Comment] Offline: Health's intercultural turn. thelancet.com We are trapped in a linguistic cage from which few of us can escape. We rarely complain. We are comfortable in our epistemological prisons, especially those of us who languish in Anglophone confinement. If we break free, we are afforded an insight into a different world, one where the assumptions, practices, and outcomes might be so completely different from our own that we can only marvel at our own parochial limitations. Jaime Breilh is an Ecuadorian epidemiologist whose work is richly available in books and research articles in Latin America.

Kelley Lee (2023-01-07). [Perspectives] Advancing the commercial determinants of health agenda. thelancet.com The landmark 1842 Report on the Sanitary Condition of the Labouring Population of Great Britain, by the social reformer Edwin Chadwick, was a damning indictment of how large-scale socioeconomic change during the 19th century contributed to the increased spread of epidemic and chronic diseases. Poor health among the working masses was not simply a consequence of behavioural choices or moral failings but was associated with pathogenic conditions created by the Industrial Revolution.

Nathalie Conrad, John J V McMurray (2023-01-07). [Correspondence] Cardiovascular risk in systemic autoimmune diseases — Authors' reply. thelancet.com We agree with Giacomo Cafaro and colleagues that comparing different types of cardiovascular outcomes occurring in people with systemic sclerosis to those occurring in patients with other autoimmune diseases would be of interest. However, our study1 included relatively few participants with systemic sclerosis and even fewer cardiovascular events, precluding a meaningful analysis of individual outcomes.1…

Satoshi Funada, Yan Luo, Norihiro Nishioka, Takashi Yoshioka (2023-01-07). [Correspondence] Cardiovascular risk in systemic autoimmune diseases. thelancet.com In a large population-based observational study, Nathalie Conrad and colleagues1 showed the association between 19 autoimmune diseases and 12 cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) with data from about 22‚Äâ000‚Äâ000 people in the UK. However, we are concerned about the possibly confusing message caused by treating several CVDs as a composite outcome in this study.

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). People receive inhaled COVID-19 vaccines in Fuzhou. ecns.cn Fuzhou City in east China's Fujian Province started vaccination with inhaled COVID-19 vaccines.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). 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…

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). China's civil aviation industry poised to reach 75% of pre-pandemic level: CAAC. ecns.cn China aims to revive its civil aviation industry to 75 percent of the pre-pandemic level this year, with the total volume of flight transport turnover reaching 97.6 billion ton-kilometers, the air passenger transport volume 460 million trips, and airport cargo and mail throughput 6.17 million tons, working to achieve profit and loss balance, according to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) on Friday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). Experts slam curbs on travelers from China. ecns.cn Health experts and international organizations have criticized the requirement by some countries for travelers from China to have a negative COVID-19 test as a condition for entry, saying it will not help prevent the spread of the virus.

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). First China-developed ECMO approved for COVID patients. ecns.cn China's first domestically produced ECMO, the extracorporal life support product known as "artificial lung," has been approved for emergency use, according to the National Medical Product Administration on Thursday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). CPC International Department outlines China's optimization of COVID-19 response. ecns.cn The International Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee recently sent letters to foreign political parties and organizations, explaining the adjustment to China's COVID-19 response policy and its significance to strengthening exchanges and cooperation between countries.

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). China's timely and transparent sharing of COVID-19 information proven by facts. ecns.cn

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). Community treatment reducing hospital burden. ecns.cn Shanghai has further increased the capacity of its community medical centers, aiming for the early detection and treatment of COVID-19 patients with the potential for severe symptoms to relieve the pressure on major hospitals.

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). Oral COVID-19 therapeutics available for most at risk. ecns.cn Two major oral antiviral pills, Pfizer's Paxlovid and the domestically-developed Azvudine, are now available for COVID-19 treatment at community clinics in several districts in Shanghai and Beijing.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). 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…

Zero Hedge (2023-01-06). California Bill to Punish Doctors for 'False' COVID-19 Information Goes Into Effect. globalresearch.ca

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). 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….

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). 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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). Science Saturday: 20-year review suggests athletes with genetic heart disease may return safely to competitive sports. newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org Athletes with a genetic heart disease are often disqualified from participating in competitive sports because of the perceived risk of sudden cardiac arrest. While the clinicians' intent may be understandable, is it necessarily the best approach? Mayo Clinic researchers conducted a review of athletes who were treated at Mayo during a 20-year period, and their findings published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings suggest that after the patient's condition has been properly evaluated and treated, an athlete's safe return to play is…

ecns.cn (2023-01-06). XBB unlikely to cause new infection peak in China. ecns.cn

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-06). 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…

_____ (2023-01-05). State Power and Covid Crimes. strategic-culture.org By Ramesh THAKUR | The three major controversies over pandemic management for the past three years have been lockdown measures, universal masking recommendations and mandates, and Covid vaccines. | The last was a pharmaceutical intervention using revolutionary new technology. The first two were radical departures from the existing scientific and policy consensus as encapsulated in official documents from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and in several national pandemic preparedness plans. They established the willingness of the state to dictate every aspect of people's lives, down to the most ridiculous and ab…

Rose G. Bender, Jasmine Shen, Aleksandr Aravkin, André Arsène Bita Fouda, Ado M. Bwaka, Natalie C. Galles, Emily Haeuser, Simon I. Hay, Anderson Latt, Jason M. Mwenda, Emma L.B. Rogowski, Alyssa N. Sbarra, Reed J.D. Sorensen, Avina Vongpradith, Claire Wright, Peng Zheng, Jonathan F. Mosser, Hmwe H. Kyu (2023-01-05). [Articles] Meningococcal A conjugate vaccine coverage in the meningitis belt of Africa from 2010 to 2021: A modelling study. thelancet.com These estimates highlight where gaps in immunisation remain and emphasise the need for broader efforts to strengthen RI systems. This methodological framework can be applied to estimate coverage for any vaccine that has been delivered in both routine and supplemental immunisation activities.

Mark Niu (2023-01-05). What to expect from 2023 CES. america.cgtn.com The preview "Unveiled" event signaled this week's Consumer Electronics Show is on the rebound. At its peak, more than 170,000 people attended CES. But due to the pandemic, attendance last year dropped to 45,000. Organizers believe this year it could more than double, surpassing …

Nara Lacerda (2023-01-05). In four years of Bolsonaro, healthcare lost funding, quality and reach. peoplesdispatch.org The government of Workers' Party president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, which was sworn in 5 days ago, has considerable challenges ahead of it to tackle the social, economic, political, and public health crisis which faces Brazil. During the four years of far-right rule under Jair Bolsonaro, the health sector was one of the hardest hit by budget cuts, a move which exacerbated the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. | The budget proposal for Brazil's health sector for 2023, left by the government of Jair Bolsonaro, proposed a reduction of investment in the sector by R$ 22.7 billion reais (USD $4.2 billion). While Lula'

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). Nation to continue monitoring viral mutations of COVID-19. ecns.cn China will continue to monitor the mutation, transmissibility and virulence of the COVID-19 virus to optimize future epidemic prevention and control measures, according to a document released by the National Health Commission.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). Medical 'green channel' enhances rural services. ecns.cn In China, 80 percent of medical resources are in cities, and the collaboration model helps optimize allocation of medical resources and better secure the health of the rural population at a time when COVID-19 cases are surging.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). Circular emphasizes TCM treatment for COVID. ecns.cn The strengths of traditional Chinese medicine in treating COVID-19 should be further highlighted, according to a circular released by the State Council's Joint Prevention and Control Mechanism on Wednesday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). China to crack down on anti-COVID drug related violations. ecns.cn China will launch a targeted campaign from January to June to secure stable prices and good quality of COVID-19 related drugs and medical supplies, according to an official of the country's top market watchdog.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). China to adjust medical care policies for COVID infections: insider. ecns.cn China's medical insurance policies for COVID infections will be adjusted soon as the country prepares to downgrade management of COVID-19 from Class A to Class B from Jan. 8, 2023.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). Domestic oxygenation device approved to treat severe COVID cases. ecns.cn China's top drug regulator on Thursday granted emergency approval for the use of the first domestically developed extracorporeal membrane oxygenation machine to treat COVID-19 patients in critical condition.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). China adjusts medical insurance to ease financial burden of COVID-19 patients. ecns.cn Regional medical authorities in China are adjusting medical insurance policies to address the medical needs of COVID-19 patients.

Editor (2023-01-05). More Women Are Being Detained as Jail Populations Near Pre-COVID Levels. scheerpost.com

Florence CGTN (2023-01-05). New Omicron offshoot XBB.1.5 taking hold in U.S. america.cgtn.com There is growing concern over a sudden spike in COVID-19 infections tied to a new Omicron variant that is now responsible for more than 40 percent of U.S. cases in December. But data suggests the number is much higher in parts of the Northeast, …

Staff (2023-01-05). Anuncia Estados Unidos nuevas políticas migratorias para Cuba, Haití y Nicaragua. cubadebate.cu De acuerdo con un comunicado de la Casa Blanca de este jueves, Estados Unidos permitirá la entrada cada mes de hasta 30 000 migrantes de Cuba, Haití, Nicaragua y Venezuela, pero endurecerá las restricciones, ya aplicadas con la llegada de la pandemia de covid-19, para aquellos que intenten cruzar la frontera con México sin la documentación necesaria.

Staff (2023-01-05). OMS: La COVID-19 sigue siendo peligrosa pero con las medidas adecuadas la emergencia podría terminar este 2023. cubadebate.cu El director general de la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, aseguró este miércoles que la covid-19 podría acabar oficialmente este año como emergencia pública si se trabaja adecuadamente, pero alertó que sigue siendo un virus peligroso y cada semana provoca el deceso a unas 10.000 personas.

WSWS (2023-01-05). COVID-19 infections surge in China. wsws.org China's abandoning Zero-COVID also meant abandoning any tracking of real figures in terms of case counts and deaths. Estimates, however, provide a horrific account of the public health crisis sweeping across the country.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). Experts answer questions on emerging XBB variant. ecns.cn The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention answers key questions on XBB.1.5, the emerging Omicron strain that is raising concerns globally.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). XBB unlikely to cause new infection peak in China: expert. ecns.cn The XBB subvariant of Omicron is unlikely to cause a new infection peak in China in the near future, said a Shanghai-based expert on infectious diseases.

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts (2023-01-05). The Disastrous Events of the Year 2022 Will Plague Us for as Long as We Exist. globalresearch.ca

Global Research News (2023-01-05). Selected Articles: The Disastrous Events of the Year 2022 Will Plague Us for as Long as We Exist. globalresearch.ca By The unprecedented raid on President Trump's home revealed the Gestapo State that has replaced American …

Claire Nader (2023-01-05). Corporations Want to Exploit Your Children. dissidentvoice.org When children realize how big businesses are controlling their childhood, their rebellious sense of being exploited connects with their instinct for safety and self-respect. The commercial pressures descending on our children through relentless direct marketing, radically bypassing parental authority, are at a fever pitch. It will take more than studies by nutritionists and health specialists, more than congressional …

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2023-01-05: News Headlines

Rose G. Bender, Jasmine Shen, Aleksandr Aravkin, André Arsène Bita Fouda, Ado M. Bwaka, Natalie C. Galles, Emily Haeuser, Simon I. Hay, Anderson Latt, Jason M. Mwenda, Emma L.B. Rogowski, Alyssa N. Sbarra, Reed J.D. Sorensen, Avina Vongpradith, Claire Wright, Peng Zheng, Jonathan F. Mosser, Hmwe H. Kyu (2023-01-05). [Articles] Meningococcal A conjugate vaccine coverage in the meningitis belt of Africa from 2010 to 2021: A modelling study. thelancet.com These estimates highlight where gaps in immunisation remain and emphasise the need for broader efforts to strengthen RI systems. This methodological framework can be applied to estimate coverage for any vaccine that has been delivered in both routine and supplemental immunisation activities.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). Circular emphasizes TCM treatment for COVID. ecns.cn The strengths of traditional Chinese medicine in treating COVID-19 should be further highlighted, according to a circular released by the State Council's Joint Prevention and Control Mechanism on Wednesday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). China to crack down on anti-COVID drug related violations. ecns.cn China will launch a targeted campaign from January to June to secure stable prices and good quality of COVID-19 related drugs and medical supplies, according to an official of the country's top market watchdog.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). China to adjust medical care policies for COVID infections: insider. ecns.cn China's medical insurance policies for COVID infections will be adjusted soon as the country prepares to downgrade management of COVID-19 from Class A to Class B from Jan. 8, 2023.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). Domestic oxygenation device approved to treat severe COVID cases. ecns.cn China's top drug regulator on Thursday granted emergency approval for the use of the first domestically developed extracorporeal membrane oxygenation machine to treat COVID-19 patients in critical condition.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). China adjusts medical insurance to ease financial burden of COVID-19 patients. ecns.cn Regional medical authorities in China are adjusting medical insurance policies to address the medical needs of COVID-19 patients.

WSWS (2023-01-05). COVID-19 infections surge in China. wsws.org China's abandoning Zero-COVID also meant abandoning any tracking of real figures in terms of case counts and deaths. Estimates, however, provide a horrific account of the public health crisis sweeping across the country.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). Nation to continue monitoring viral mutations of COVID-19. ecns.cn China will continue to monitor the mutation, transmissibility and virulence of the COVID-19 virus to optimize future epidemic prevention and control measures, according to a document released by the National Health Commission.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). Medical 'green channel' enhances rural services. ecns.cn In China, 80 percent of medical resources are in cities, and the collaboration model helps optimize allocation of medical resources and better secure the health of the rural population at a time when COVID-19 cases are surging.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). XBB unlikely to cause new infection peak in China: expert. ecns.cn The XBB subvariant of Omicron is unlikely to cause a new infection peak in China in the near future, said a Shanghai-based expert on infectious diseases.

ecns.cn (2023-01-05). Experts answer questions on emerging XBB variant. ecns.cn The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention answers key questions on XBB.1.5, the emerging Omicron strain that is raising concerns globally.

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts (2023-01-05). The Disastrous Events of the Year 2022 Will Plague Us for as Long as We Exist. globalresearch.ca

Global Research News (2023-01-05). Selected Articles: The Disastrous Events of the Year 2022 Will Plague Us for as Long as We Exist. globalresearch.ca By The unprecedented raid on President Trump's home revealed the Gestapo State that has replaced American …

Claire Nader (2023-01-05). Corporations Want to Exploit Your Children. dissidentvoice.org When children realize how big businesses are controlling their childhood, their rebellious sense of being exploited connects with their instinct for safety and self-respect. The commercial pressures descending on our children through relentless direct marketing, radically bypassing parental authority, are at a fever pitch. It will take more than studies by nutritionists and health specialists, more than congressional …

Global Research News (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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

TrialSite (2023-01-04). Top Japanese Physician-Scientist Gives Dire Warning About COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines: 'Scientifically Misconceived'. globalresearch.ca

DailyClout (2023-01-04). Criminal Malfeasance: Pfizer Knew 275 People Suffered Serious Strokes in the First 90 Days After Vaccine Rollout. globalresearch.ca

Staff (2023-01-04). As US Moves On From Pandemic, Demand for Covid Vaccines Wanes in Global South. commondreams.org Four months after U.S. President Joe Biden said in a television interview that "the pandemic is over," global immunization experts are warning that "pandemic fatigue" may be contributing to declining demand for Covid-19 vaccines in developing countries, even as vaccination rates in the Global South are far below the World Health Organization's target. As The …

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

WSWS (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.

Candice Norwood (2023-01-04). More Women Are Being Incarcerated as Jail Populations Near Pre-COVID Levels. truthout.org This story was originally published by The 19th Jail populations throughout the country have reverted to nearly pre-pandemic levels after seeing big declines in the early months of 2020. Though women represent a small percentage of the country's total incarcerated population, their jail incarceration rates have increased more quickly than men's from 2021 to 2022. Up-to-date… |

Peoples Dispatch (2023-01-04). The year 2022 for health in Africa. peoplesdispatch.org The WHO has recently published a report which looks at various health indicators on the African continent. The Atlas of African Health Statistics 2022 gauges the overall health situation in Africa by measuring certain key statistics. The picture is not a pretty one. In the past couple of years, the COVID-19 pandemic has often been blamed for the deteriorating health situation on the continent and elsewhere. But how much can COVID be blamed? And how much do the severe shortages in funding and staffing contribute to the health crisis in Africa?

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (2023-01-04). China talks with WHO on COVID-19 control technologies. ecns.cn

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

teleSUR, lvm, YSM (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.

teleSUR, odr, YSM (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.

WSWS (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.

WSWS (2023-01-04). Britain's National Health Service faced with deliberate collapse. wsws.org COVID policies backed by all the major parties of allowing tens of thousands of people to die unnecessary deaths and countless more to suffer prolonged ill health—rather than taking measures impacting on profits—were only the sharpest expression of a growing hostility to health spending seen as an intolerable drain on British capitalism, to be reduced as quickly as possible.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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….

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

Brian Berletic (2023-01-04). Gene Therapy is Revolutionary & Really Works &#1 ; so Why Isn't it Mainstream? thealtworld.com Gene therapy is a revolutionary breakthrough in human healthcare. I has cured previously incurable diseases including cancers and rare genetic disorders, and it possesses the potential to cure many more types of diseases and conditions claiming the lives of our loved ones today and in the future. | But why haven't you heard about it despite it being covered extensively in the Western media? Where are the treatments and why aren't they more accessible? What can we do about this obstruction of human progress and the impediment of saving human life? | References: | New York Times &#1 ; In Girl's Last Hope, Altere…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

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2023-01-04: News Headlines

Global Research News (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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

TrialSite (2023-01-04). Top Japanese Physician-Scientist Gives Dire Warning About COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines: 'Scientifically Misconceived'. globalresearch.ca

DailyClout (2023-01-04). Criminal Malfeasance: Pfizer Knew 275 People Suffered Serious Strokes in the First 90 Days After Vaccine Rollout. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

WSWS (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (2023-01-04). China talks with WHO on COVID-19 control technologies. ecns.cn

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

teleSUR, lvm, YSM (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.

teleSUR, odr, YSM (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.

WSWS (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.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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….

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (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…

Ann Brown (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 …

John Leake (2023-01-03). Nothing New Under the Sun. 14 Month Baby. "Febrile Seizures after MMR Vaccines" globalresearch.ca

Sharon Zhang (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 —…

ecns.cn (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.

Dr. Joseph Mercola (2023-01-03). COVID Jabs Have Erased 25 Years of Health Gains. Shocking Decline in US Life Expectancy. globalresearch.ca

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

jamanetwork (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.

jamanetwork (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.

jamanetwork (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.

teleSUR, odr, SH (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.

teleSUR, odr, YSM (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.

jamanetwork (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…

jamanetwork (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.

jamanetwork (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.

WSWS (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.

ecns.cn (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?

jamanetwork (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.

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2023-01-03: News Headlines

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

ecns.cn (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.

teleSUR, odr, SH (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.

teleSUR, odr, YSM (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.

WSWS (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.

ecns.cn (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?

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-02). 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…

Antonio C.S. Rosa (2023-01-02). Covid Vaccines Profits: A Reality Check. transcend.org December 2022 – Cutting through the COVID Vaccine Hysteria…

_____ (2023-01-02). Inequality In Annual Earnings Worsens In 2021. popularresistance.org Rising wage inequality and slow and uneven growth in real (inflation-adjusted) hourly wages for the vast majority of workers have been defining features of the U.S. labor market for most of the last 40 or so years. In only about 10 years since 1979 did most workers see any consistent positive wage growth: in the tight labor market of the late 1990s and in the five years leading up to the pre-pandemic labor market peak in 2019 (Gould 2020). Some low-wage workers have experienced disproportionate wage gains in the current business cycle—gains that even beat out high inflation (Gould and Kandra 2022). | Howeve…

Antonio C.S. Rosa (2023-01-02). Ransacking the World Economy until 'You'll Own Nothing' (Part 2): The Coup de Grâce&#1 ;>The Great Reset. transcend.org Dec 2022 – Building on millennia of learning how to structure and manage an economy to accumulate and consolidate control and wealth in particular hands (Part 1), the Global Elite launched its final coup in January 2020 under cover of the fake Covid-19 'pandemic'.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-02). 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…

ecns.cn (2023-01-02). China's anti-COVID-19 medical supplies production at full steam. ecns.cn China is ratcheting up production of various medical supplies to prevent and treat COVID-19 infections, after the country optimized its epidemic response.

ecns.cn (2023-01-02). Rising passenger flow, logistics mirror accelerated economic recovery in China. ecns.cn China is getting back to its pre-epidemic hustle and bustle as the country's newly adjusted COVID-19 response policy promotes both work and production resumption, driving a surge in passenger and traffic flow.

ecns.cn (2023-01-02). Beijing bustles again after optimization of COVID-19 response. ecns.cn On New Year's Day, Beijing's popular Xidan business area has been decorated with lights and has a gratifying atmosphere.

ecns.cn (2023-01-02). Chinese hospitals go all out to treat severe COVID-19 patients. ecns.cn As multiple regions in China are hit with surging COVID-19 infections, local hospitals are going all out to offer timely treatment, particularly for severe cases.

ecns.cn (2023-01-02). Multiple Chinese regions release COVID-19 infection rate. ecns.cn Provinces such as Hainan, Zhejiang and Sichuan recently released COVID-19 infection data via surveys, CCTV.com reported on Sunday.

ecns.cn (2023-01-02). COVID infection peak in mega cities nearing end, expected to affect rural areas soon: leading Chinese research team. ecns.cn In several of China's metropolitan cities including Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the COVID-19 infection peak is expected to end around New Year's Day, according to a latest study by a leading Chinese research team.

ecns.cn (2023-01-02). Potala Palace to reopen to the public. ecns.cn The iconic Potala Palace in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region will reopen to the public on Tuesday after being closed for more than four months due to the COVID-19 epidemic.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-02). 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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-02). 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….

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-02). 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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-02). 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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-02). 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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-02). 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…

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-02). 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…

Juan Cole (2023-01-02). Rabbi Close to Religious Extremists in Israeli Gov't says Gay Speaker "Diseased," attracting "Evil" on People. juancole.com Ann Arbor (Informed Comment) &#1 ; Al-Hadath reports that 300 former Israeli soldiers have written a letter to their new government pleading with it not to inflict harm on the LGBTQ community. At the same time, two prominent rabbis close to the new government launched an attack on the Knesset members who voted in Amir Ohana, …

Victor Castellanos (2023-01-02). Venezuela Present at Lula's Inauguration in Brazil. orinocotribune.com This Sunday, January 1, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was sworn in as Brazil's president, while harshly criticising former far-right president Jair Bolsonaro and promising a change of course to rescue a nation plagued with hunger, poverty and racism, all of which were exacerbated during Bolsonaro's rule. | The president of the Venezuelan National Assembly, Jorge Rodríguez, arrived in Brasilia on Sunday afternoon as the official representative of the Venezuelan State. | "On behalf of the President of the republic Nicolás Maduro, we arrived in the city of Brasilia to accompany our Brazilian brothers and sisters in the…

Eli Hager (2023-01-02). Arizona Governor-Elect Taps Critic of Racism in Child Welfare to Lead CPS Agency. truthout.org This story was originally published by ProPublica Arizona Gov.-elect Katie Hobbs is taking the state's child protective services agency in a radically different direction in the wake of a ProPublica-NBC News investigation into the racial disparities that have plagued the child welfare system here. This week, Hobbs, a Democrat, announced that she has selected Matthew Stewart… |

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-01-02). 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…

ecns.cn (2023-01-02). HKSAR, Macao SAR chief executives extend New Year greetings. ecns.cn Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) John Lee and Chief Executive of the Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) Ho Iat Seng have extended New Year greetings to the two SARs' residents, respectively, expecting an even better new year.

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