WHO: Nearly 200 cases of monkeypox in more than 20 countries

LONDON (AP) – The World Health Organization claims nearly 200 cases of monkeypox have been reported in more than 20 countries not usually known to have outbreaks of the unusual disease, but have described the outbreak as “contained” and proposed to create a stockpile to equally share the limited vaccines and drugs available around the … Read more

Holidays How to avoid the deadly insect of the legionnaire

How to avoid the deadly legionnaire bug that can cause life-threatening pneumonia lurking in standing water in your hotel shower Two-thirds of the hotels in the tourist resorts tested positive for the legionnaire Hotels and Greece, Canary Islands and Morocco were tested for the bug Tourists were advised to run taps and showers before using … Read more

Holidays How to avoid the deadly insect of the legionnaire

How to avoid the deadly legionnaire bug that can cause life-threatening pneumonia lurking in standing water in your hotel shower Two-thirds of the hotels in the tourist resorts tested positive for the legionnaire Hotels and Greece, Canary Islands and Morocco were tested for the bug Tourists were advised to run taps and showers before using … Read more

Recommended physical spacing between the spread of monkeypox in Canada, says Njoo – National

Mass vaccinations are not yet necessary to combat the rise in monkeypox cases in Canada, a senior health official said Thursday, but people should keep their distance from others to avoid contracting the virus. Deputy Director of Public Health Dr Howard Njoo said that because the virus “does not discriminate” and can be spread through … Read more

Spanish LGBTQ groups wary of monkeypox stigma as Pride approaches

1 of 2 In this photo provided by the Unidad de Microscopía Electrónica of the ISCIII in Madrid, Thursday 26 May 2022, an electron microscope image shows the monkeypox virus seen by a team from the Arbovirus Laboratory and the Genomics and Bioinformatics Units of the Carlos III Health Institute (ISCIII) in Madrid. Health authorities … Read more

A $ 9-a-tablet drug used to treat HIV patients could help reverse memory loss

Nine dollars per tablet of drug used to treat HIV patients could help reverse memory loss in old age, study finds few changes to start Scientists at the University of California, Los Angeles said the drug would be transferred to human trials to investigate whether it could strengthen memory. The drug works by deactivating a … Read more

A $ 9-a-tablet drug used to treat HIV patients could help reverse memory loss

Nine dollars per tablet of drug used to treat HIV patients could help reverse memory loss in old age, study finds few changes to start Scientists at the University of California, Los Angeles said the drug would be transferred to human trials to investigate whether it could strengthen memory. The drug works by deactivating a … Read more

County Moves to CDC Community-Wide COVID-19 Risk | News

Due to the high levels of spread of the virus in the community, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have moved San Diego County to its average risk level for COVID-19. The CDC tracks community levels of the virus by geographic region to determine the impact of COVID-19 in communities and to allow individual … Read more

I planned my funeral after ignoring the deadly signs: don’t make my mistake

One mom spent two weeks planning her own funeral after ignoring signs of bowel cancer. Tasha Thor-Straten, 49, wiped blood from her stool as a symptom of “work or parenting stress”. But, when the blood became “too much to discover,” Tasha reluctantly went to the family doctor, who referred her for a colonoscopy. Two weeks … Read more