Health

HHS watchdog reiterates importance of preventing telemedicine fraud

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Inspector General recognized telehealth’s potential while cautioning that steps must…

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Fatty liver disease symptoms: Nail changes are a serious warning sign – what to look for

These include: Overweight or obesity Insulin resistance, in which your cells don’t take up sugar in response to the hormone…

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COVID-19 at-home rapid test gets emergency use authorization

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an emergency use authorization on Monday for a rapid at-home COVID-19 test that…

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Covid vaccine: Which is the best vaccine to have? Can I choose?

The UK vaccine programme has been in place for several months now and more than 20 million people have been…

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Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine begins shipping, third jab in US arsenal

Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot COVID-19 vaccine will begin shipping in the U.S. on Monday morning, marking the third shot in…

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Mouth cancer: Pain,

Cancer is a condition that’s caused by body cells reproducing uncontrollably. You could be at risk of deadly mouth cancer…

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Becerra Has Long Backed Single-Payer. That Doesn’t Mean It Will Happen if He’s HHS Secretary.

Victoria Knight “Becerra supports Bernie’s government takeover of your health care, eliminating your employer-provided coverage.” — TV ad funded by…

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Looking to Kentucky’s Past to Understand Montana Health Nominee’s Future

The confirmation hearing of Adam Meier, Republican Gov. Greg Gianforte’s pick for director of the state Department of Public Health…

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Black Churches Fill a Unique Role in Combating Vaccine Fears

In the hospital with covid-19 in December, Lavina Wafer tired of the tubes in her nose and wondered impatiently why…

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Statins side effects: Could side effects be caused by the nocebo effect? Studies weighs in

Researchers from the UK and Sweden describe how they carried out research between 1998 and 2004 with patients being randomly…

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