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Greg Horton, Director of Audiology at Rochester Hearing and Speech Center, said the checks are vital to maintaining hearing as we age. more
The Torch hotel outside Khalifa Stadium had a message on its side on Saturday sending well wishes to Pelé, the three-time World Cup winner from Brazil who has been battling colon cancer. more
The latest figures come one day after local health officials reported another 4,744 COVID-19 infections, continuing a surge in daily cases that could soon lead to a renewed requirement for people to … more
The latest figures come one day after local health officials reported another 4,744 COVID-19 infections, continuing a surge in daily cases that could soon lead to a renewed requirement for people to … more
The latest figures come one day after local health officials reported another 4,744 COVID-19 infections, continuing a surge in daily cases that could soon lead to a renewed requirement for people to … more
While health secretary Steve Barclay says he will not negotiate, unions suggest the compromise reached in Scotland could help avert strikes Ministers were under intense pressure last night to … more
The West Virginia University School of Public Health held its last presentation for the "Dean's Colloquium Series" in 2022 on Dec. 2 at 12 p.m. more
Nichole Lively from Huntington, West Virginia tragically lost her battle with addiction earlier this week. more
Chinese authorities have announced a further easing of COVID-19 curbs with major cities such as Shenzhen and Beijing no longer requiring negative tests to take public transport more
BEIJING — Chinese authorities on Saturday announced a further easing of COVID-19 curbs with major cities such as Shenzhen and Beijing no longer requiring negative tests to take public … more
Post-holiday case surge raises specter of mask mandate returning in Los Angeles more
As more and more nurses leave the job, others have to pick up extra hours, accelerating burnout and frustration, and eventually worsening the existing shortage. more
If you stroll the cold and flu medicine aisle these days, you might notice shelves that are bare, or nearly so. Some medicines that can be particularly hard to find are fever reducers for kids, … more
HELENA, Mont. – Zooey Zephyr is familiar with the ornate halls of the Montana state Capitol. She was here during the 2021 legislative session, testifying in opposition to bills targeted at … more
While Oregon voters did approve a law that allows for therapeutic use of psilocybin in a clinical setting, it did not legalize retail sales.          more
Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal SANTA FE – During the first five months after a New Mexico paid sick leave law took effect, the state's Department of Workforce Solutions received about … more
About 61% of them said the pandemic negatively impacted their mental health and 15% have even had recent thoughts of suicide.          more
RSV starts out feeling like a cold, then it becomes a respiratory problem with conditions lasting weeks. more
WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has warned gaps in vigilance are leaving space for a troubling new variant to emerge The World Health Organization estimates that 90% of the world … more
As Orange County moves into the "medium" tier of COVID activity, health professionals are encouraging patients to contact their physicians for therapeutic medications that help lessen symptoms and … more
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