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US Response to the Virus Is Met With Incredulity Abroad – The New York Times

With confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. hitting 5 million Sunday, by far the highest of any country, the failure of the most powerful nation in the world to contain the scourge has been met with astonishment and alarm in Europe.

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Some COVID-19 Vaccine Candidates May Make People More Vulnerable to HIV, Scientists Warn – ScienceAlert

As the coronavirus pandemic drags on, subsequent waves of infections are reaching staggering new heights, and more people are losing loved ones. Regardless of how…

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As the coronaviruspandemic drags on, subsequent waves of infections are reaching staggering new heights, and more people are losing loved ones. Regardless of how each country has chosen to meet this challenge, economies are struggling, causing businesses to fail and taking away people’s livelihoods.
Our world is screaming out for a vaccine like never before.
But now a group of researchers have warned that at least four of the current batch of potential vaccines undergoing clinical trials involve…

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New book discusses pharmacotherapeutic management of cardiovascular complications – News-Medical.Net

Cardiovascular disease is a complexity of conditions comprising heart failure, cardiomyopathy, congenital heart disease and coronary heart disease etc. They impose…

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Cardiovascular disease is a complexity of conditions comprising heart failure, cardiomyopathy, congenital heart disease and coronary heart disease etc. They impose severe health complications and remain challenge on treatments for the affected patients.
Many risk factors are linked with the development of cardiovascular diseases include smoking, alcohol, stress, insufficient physical activity, poor diet, high blood pressure, high lipid profile, diabetes…

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MENTAL HEALTH | All too often we become our own worst enemy – Tenterfield Star

Too many people reach a point in their lives where they are their own worst enemies.

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A popular health industry catch-cry is: “you are what you eat.”
But while most people are quick to grasp that concept, many fall short when the focus shifts from physical health and wellbeing to mental condition and shape.
We can struggle with the idea that “as we think, then so shall we be”.
It’s all too easy to feed fears, anxieties and negative self-images to proportions well beyond realistic boundaries and manageable levels.
Too many people reach a point in their lives where they are their…

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