Long COVID Can Make You Less Able to Exercise: Study

Adults with persistent cases of long COVID lost some ability to exercise 3 months after getting COVID, according to a new study published in JAMA Network Open.

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7 Cereals Can No Longer Claim ‘Healthy’ Label Under FDA Rule

To be considered “healthy,” cereals need three-fourth ounces of whole grains and no more than 1 gram of saturated fat, 230 milligrams of sodium, and 2.5 grams of added sugars. Seven common American brands that don’t meet the “healthy” label standards:

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Brain Cells Grown in Lab Play Pong Video Game

Researchers say they have grown brain cells in a lab that can play Pong – a mini-brain that can sense and respond to its environment, the BBC reported.

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Venus Flytrap Care 101: How to Grow This Carnivorous Plant Indoors

Proper Venus flytrap care will ensure your carnivorous plant bares its “teeth” for years to come. Here’s everything it needs to survive indoors.

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Maybe Mold? Tips To Protect Your Family

Do you suspect your home has mold? Not sure if its mold or mildew? We cover the difference and all you need to know about mold.

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FDA Approves Whooping Cough Vaccine for Pregnant Women

The FDA has approved a vaccine that women can take in their third trimester of pregnancy to prevent pertussis, better known as whooping cough, in infants younger than two months.

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4 Unexpected Fall Dangers Dog Owners Need to Know About

The autumn months bring their share of pitfalls and hazards, including­­ for your dog. Here is what to watch out for this fall.

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White House Announces $8 Billion to Combat Hunger in the U.S.

The Biden administration has announced $8 billion in public and private commitments toward fighting hunger and improving nutrition in the United States.

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CDC to Switch From Daily to Weekly COVID Data Updates

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says it will start updating COVID-19 case and death counts on a weekly instead of a daily basis starting Oct. 20.

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86% of Kids Have COVID Antibodies From Infection

Nearly 9 in 10 kids under age 17 in the U.S. have antibodies from a previous COVID-19 infection, according to. As of August, 86% of children between 6 months and 17 years have had at least one COVID-19 infection, which is up from 75% in April.

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Gun Homicides, Suicides Rose in 2021: CDC

The number of gun-related homicides and suicides each increased by more than 8% from 2020 to 2021, the CDC reported.

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U.S. to Screen Travelers From Uganda for Ebola at 5 Airports

As an Ebola outbreak in Africa worsens, the Biden administration has ordered all travelers from Uganda to land at five U.S. airports for health screenings.

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NFL Star J.J. Watt Says His ‘Heart Was Shocked Back Into Rhythm’

J.J. Watt, a defensive end for the Arizona Cardinals, says he went into atrial fibrillation last week and had to have his heart “shocked back into rhythm.” He played against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday – just three days after the incident.

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People Without Monkeypox Vaccination 14 Times More Likely to Get Infected

People who didn’t get the monkeypox vaccine were 14 times more likely to get infected with the virus, data from the CDC says. Health officials are optimistic about the effectiveness of the two-dose Jynneos vaccine – and the possibility of eliminating the current outbreak in the country.

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Support Grows for Mental Health Days From School

With the COVID-19 pandemic bringing attention to children’s mental health problems, more experts are advocating mental health days from school – excused absences because kids are feeling anxious or depressed.

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Having COVID Raises Risk of Long-Term Brain Injury: Study

People who had COVID-19 have a higher chance of developing brain problems such as strokes, migraine headaches, and depression for a year after being infected compared to people who weren’t infected, a study published in Nature Medicine says.

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Most People with Long COVID-19 Report Trouble with Daily Tasks

Most people with long COVID have trouble performing daily tasks, the CDC says. That’s four of five adults with ongoing symptoms lasting at least three months. And another 25% say their limitations are significant.

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Tattoo Without the Pain? New Microneedle Patch Offers Alternative

The painless tattoo patch doesn’t cause any bleeding or carry a risk of infection, and the ink lasts at least a year and may be permanent.

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Dozens of Abortion Clinics Close After Court Ruling

In the 100 days since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade, 66 abortion clinics across 15 states have closed, according to an abortion-rights advocacy group

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Starbucks Drink Recalled over Possible Metal Contamination, FDA Says

PepsiCo Inc. has recalled a prepackaged Starbucks coffee energy drink because it could be contaminated with “foreign materials” or metal fragments. The recall affects Starbucks Vanilla Espresso Triple Shot Energy Coffee Beverage.

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Dolphins’ QB Interviewed as Part of Concussion Probe, Network Says

The NFL Network reports that Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has been interviewed as part of the investigation into his recent head injury.

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Turns Out There Is Something Special About 10,000 Steps a Day

A study in JAMA Neurology found that walking about 10,000 steps a day was linked to less cardiovascular disease (heart disease, stroke and heart failure), 13 types of cancer, and dementia.

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Three-Minute Test Could Lead to Parkinson’s Diagnosis

A new three-minute test for Parkinson’s disease eventually could help doctors manage the disorder, for which there is no known cure. Until now, there hasn’t even been a test to determine whether someone has it.

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In this article we will try to teach you how to Get Rid of mold. Finding these black mold stains in your shower or basement can be alarming. Luckily, a

In this article we will try to teach you how to Get Rid of mold. Finding these black mold stains in your shower or basement can be alarming. Luckily, a

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Sources: Canada Close to Dropping COVID-19 Vaccination Entry Rule

The Canadian government is reportedly ready to drop the requirement that anyone entering the country be vaccinated against COVID-19, the Associated Press reported.

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Keep Those Tissues Handy New Jersey, The Fall Allergy Forecast Is Rough

Sneezing, scratchy throats, water eyes… Oh My!

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Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment Helps Long Covid Patients, Study Says

Long COVID-19 patients who received pure oxygen treatments saw improvements to damaged brain tissues and their functional cognition compared to others in a study who received regular air, researchers in Israel say.

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Movie, TV Productions Continue COVID Safety Protocols

Movie, TV and theatrical productions will continue to follow COVID-19 safety protocols as unions and studios negotiate a new return-to-work agreement.

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Rise in U.K. COVID-19 Cases Could be Coming to U.S.

New COVID-19 cases in the United Kingdom are rising, leading some observers to wonder whether the United States will see a similar spike soon.

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