Woman had three brain surgeries due to blood clots after J&J vaccine

Vegas woman, 18, was placed in a coma and had to undergo THREE brain surgeries for blood clots one week after getting J&J COVID vaccine Emma Burkey, 18, of Las Vegas, Nevada, received the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine on April 1 One week later, she started experiencing seizures and was rushed to St Rose Dominican Hospital Burkey was airlifted […]

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Women had ‘alarmingly high rates’ of mental health problems during start of the pandemic

A study at the University of Chicago Medicine found U.S. women experienced increased incidence of health-related socioeconomic risks (HRSRs), such as food insecurity and interpersonal violence, early in the COVID-19 pandemic. This was associated with “alarmingly high rates” of mental health problems, including depression and anxiety. The research was published April 5 in the Journal of Women’s Health. Other studies […]

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You’ve had your vaccine, what can you safely do now?

The U.S. COVID-19 vaccination program is proceeding apace, with more than one-fifth of adult Americans having received at least one dose and eligibility opening up for everyone by May 1, under orders from President Joe Biden. That means the fully vaccinated now have one pressing question: What can I do now that I haven’t been able to do before? In […]

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Older women who ate more plant protein had lower risk of premature, dementia-related death

Postmenopausal women who ate high levels of plant protein had lower risks of premature death, cardiovascular disease and dementia-related death compared with women who ate less plant proteins, according to new research published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association, an open access journal of the American Heart Association. Previous research has shown an association between diets high […]

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'Gorilla Glue Girl' Had to Have Surgery to Remove the Glue From Her Hair—and You Have to See the Video

Just like accidents happen, so do miracles. You may remember Tessica Brown (aka TikTok user @im_d_ollady), as the woman who used Gorilla Glue Adhesive Spray to style her hair ("bad, bad, bad idea"). Now, thanks to Michael Obeng, MD, a California-based plastic surgeon, Brown was not only able to remove the glue, but also save what was left of her own […]

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You’ve had COVID: maybe one dose of vaccine is enough, studies suggest

Could one shot of a coronavirus vaccine be sufficient if you suffered a case of COVID-19 earlier in the pandemic? Yes, new research claims. A pair of new, small studies found that patients previously infected with COVID who were given their first vaccine dose showed the sort of robust immune response that people generally tend to have following their second […]

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Ashley Graham Wants Baby No. 2 With Husband: We've Had 'Unprotected Sex'

In a rush! Ashley Graham wants to have a second child one year after giving birth to her and Justin Ervin’s son, Isaac. Tyler Hubbard and More Celebrities Who Welcomed Babies Back-to-Back “I would get pregnant yesterday if I could,” the model, 33, told WSJ. Magazine on Tuesday, February 9. “I’ve ‘accidentally’ had unprotected sex while I’m ovulating just to […]

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Tony Bennett Has Had Alzheimer’s for More Than 4 Years—But He Hasn't Stopped Performing

Singer Tony Bennett has revealed that he has Alzheimer's disease—in fact, he's had the disease for more than four years. Bennett and his family made the announcement through an in-depth interview with AARP that was published on February 1. Bennett first started experiencing symptoms of his disease in 2015. Initially, he was having trouble remembering musicians' names onstage. Although he […]

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