68k.news: Headlines from the Future


Basic HTML Google News for vintage computers. Built by Action Retro on YouTube. Tested on Netscape 1.1 through 4 on a Mac SE/30.

HEALTH NEWS

TOP WORLD NATION BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY ENTERTAINMENT SPORTS SCIENCE HEALTH
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
US Edition (Change)

The Only Person Not Killed Or Hospitalized In This COVID Outbreak Was Vaccinated - HuffPost

  1. The Only Person Not Killed Or Hospitalized In This COVID Outbreak Was Vaccinated  HuffPost
  2. A coronavirus outbreak hit a Florida government building. Two people are dead but a vaccinated employee wasn't infected  CNN
  3. 2 unvaccinated Manatee County workers die from COVID-19  FOX 13 Tampa Bay
  4. OPINION: Newly-vaccinated county commissioner needs to step up in Manatee County  Sarasota Herald-Tribune
  5. Two dead, four hospitalized in COVID-19 outbreak at Florida government building | TheHill  The Hill

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 4:07 pm

Many Parts of the U.S. Needed Persuading to Get Vaccinated. Not South Texas. - The New York Times

Many Parts of the U.S. Needed Persuading to Get Vaccinated. Not South Texas.  The New York Times

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 2:47 pm

CDC: Nearly every adult COVID-19 death is now "entirely preventable" thanks to vaccines - Yahoo News

  1. CDC: Nearly every adult COVID-19 death is now "entirely preventable" thanks to vaccines  Yahoo News
  2. There may be trouble ahead as dangerous Covid-19 variant appears to cause hospitalization spike in a Missouri city  CNN
  3. Are Covid Vaccines Riskier Than Advertised?  The Wall Street Journal
  4. U.S. COVID-19 deaths drop to lowest level since March 2020, but young adults are a growing challenge  Yahoo News
  5. How America's Covid guidance is a threat to children  MSNBC

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 1:39 pm

Children's birthdays may have fueled COVID-19 spread, study claims - Fox News

  1. Children's birthdays may have fueled COVID-19 spread, study claims  Fox News
  2. Kids' birthday parties may have contributed to COVID-19 spread  WGN TV Chicago
  3. Birthdays linked to spread of Covid in areas with high transmission  The Guardian
  4. We studied COVID-19 cases after birthdays. Family gatherings can still be dangerous.  USA TODAY
  5. Unhappy Birthdays | Harvard Medical School  Harvard Medical School

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 1:21 pm

New Research Explains the Link Between Meat and Cancer - VegNews

New Research Explains the Link Between Meat and Cancer  VegNews

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 1:06 pm

Tree Pollen Facilitates COVID-19 Virus Spread - Carries SARS-CoV-2 Particles Farther - SciTechDaily

  1. Tree Pollen Facilitates COVID-19 Virus Spread - Carries SARS-CoV-2 Particles Farther  SciTechDaily
  2. First wave COVID-19 data underestimated pandemic infections  Phys.org
  3. Health: Tree pollen can carry COVID particles and may increase infection risk in crowded areas  Daily Mail
  4. Pollen could carry hundreds of coronavirus particles 'in a light breeze'  Yahoo Lifestyle UK
  5. Tree pollen carries SARS-CoV-2 particles farther, facilitates virus spread  Phys.org

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 11:00 am

Drinking 3 to 4 cups of coffee a day reduces risk of liver cancer, study suggests - USA TODAY

  1. Drinking 3 to 4 cups of coffee a day reduces risk of liver cancer, study suggests  USA TODAY
  2. Drinking coffee of any type cuts risk for liver problems, study says  CNN
  3. New study says drinking coffee could reduce risk of liver disease  Good Morning America
  4. One Major Effect Drinking Coffee Has on Your Liver Health, Says New Study | Eat This Not That  Eat This, Not That
  5. Coffee consumption protects against liver disease- study  The Jerusalem Post

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 10:53 am

India's black fungus outbreak: Recovering covid patients grapple with removal of eyes - Washington Post - The Washington Post

  1. India's black fungus outbreak: Recovering covid patients grapple with removal of eyes - Washington Post  The Washington Post
  2. "Black fungus" surges in India—thousands blinded, maimed, dead  Ars Technica
  3. 'Black fungus' infections on the rise in India: report  New York Post
  4. Chile moves to reduce congestion in public hospitals  AP Archive
  5. As COVID-19 wave begins to flatten in India, new deadly illness poses a challenge  CBS News

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 10:41 am

A Rare, Cancer-Like Parasite Is Emerging in North America - Gizmodo

A Rare, Cancer-Like Parasite Is Emerging in North America  Gizmodo

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 10:40 am

Screen all kids for heart problems, pediatricians say - Fox News

Screen all kids for heart problems, pediatricians say  Fox News

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 10:20 am

Springfield pediatricians see rise in patients with RSV, uncommon for summer months - KY3

  1. Springfield pediatricians see rise in patients with RSV, uncommon for summer months  KY3
  2. COVID-19 is Receding this Summer, But Now RSV is Rising  Healthline
  3. CDC reports increase in respiratory viruses, especially in kids, as masks come off in parts of US  WETM - MyTwinTiers.com
  4. GPs should prepare for '50% rise' in children's respiratory viruses next winter, says NHSE  Pulse
  5. GPs bracing for huge surge in dangerous kids' viruses this winter - the 6 signs to watch for...  The Sun

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 10:09 am

AstraZeneca Covid vaccine linked to rare neurological disorder in India, UK - Times of India

AstraZeneca Covid vaccine linked to rare neurological disorder in India, UK  Times of India

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 9:55 am

Has the Pandemic Fundamentally Changed the Way Women Think About Drinking? - Yahoo Lifestyle

Has the Pandemic Fundamentally Changed the Way Women Think About Drinking?  Yahoo Lifestyle

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 9:52 am

Cannabis use may be associated with suicidality in young adults - National Institutes of Health

Cannabis use may be associated with suicidality in young adults  National Institutes of Health

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 9:32 am

Many Bay Area residents feel free keeping their masks on - The Mercury News

Many Bay Area residents feel free keeping their masks on  The Mercury News

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 9:00 am

Eating disorders surged among adolescents in pandemic - Fox News

Eating disorders surged among adolescents in pandemic  Fox News

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 7:52 am

A TikTok trend of swinging your arm around like a windmill to stop soreness after vaccine is nonsense, experts say - Yahoo News

A TikTok trend of swinging your arm around like a windmill to stop soreness after vaccine is nonsense, experts say  Yahoo News

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 7:23 am

New universal vaccine effectively targets coronaviruses - UNC News : UNC News - UNC News

  1. New universal vaccine effectively targets coronaviruses - UNC News : UNC News  UNC News
  2. Universal vaccine targets coronaviruses to prevent future pandemics  Medical Xpress
  3. UNC researchers develop potential universal coronavirus vaccine  WRAL Tech Wire

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 6:12 am

When an Eel Climbs a Ramp to Eat Squid From a Clamp, That's a Moray - The New York Times

When an Eel Climbs a Ramp to Eat Squid From a Clamp, That's a Moray  The New York Times

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 5:00 am

Covid boosters in the fall? As calls grow for third shots, here's what you need to know - CNBC

  1. Covid boosters in the fall? As calls grow for third shots, here's what you need to know  CNBC
  2. There's no need for COVID-19 vaccine booster shots, yet  KHOU 11
  3. WHO says Delta variant will be globally dominant  Open Access Government
  4. India Sets World Record In Covid Vaccination Drive | Covid Vaccine News Latest | CNN News18  CNN-News18
  5. Flu could be a bigger problem than COVID this winter, expert warns  Yahoo News UK

Posted on 22 June 2021 | 1:24 am

How will Delta variant impact Oklahoma? - KTUL

How will Delta variant impact Oklahoma?  KTUL

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 11:27 pm

How science demolishes the right-wing fiction of a Wuhan "lab leak" as the source of coronavirus - WSWS

  1. How science demolishes the right-wing fiction of a Wuhan "lab leak" as the source of coronavirus  WSWS
  2. COVID-19 treatment tested in Triangle could shorten infection time  CBS 17
  3. Use of nanotherapeutics in treating coronavirus diseases  News-Medical.Net
  4. COVID lab-leak theory: 'rare' genetic sequence doesn't mean the virus was engineered  The Conversation UK
  5. Researchers use high-tech graphene to detect COVID-19 | TheHill  The Hill

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 11:01 pm

Pregnant mother who survived a stroke to have a healthy baby girl wants people to know the warning signs - WFAA.com

Pregnant mother who survived a stroke to have a healthy baby girl wants people to know the warning signs  WFAA.com

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 10:32 pm

New infectious disease model from Johns Hopkins projects COVID-19 resurgence in 3 months - KGO-TV

New infectious disease model from Johns Hopkins projects COVID-19 resurgence in 3 months  KGO-TV

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 10:28 pm

Rabid Dog From Azerbaijan Exposed Canines In Lake County: CDC - Patch.com

  1. Rabid Dog From Azerbaijan Exposed Canines In Lake County: CDC  Patch.com
  2. Chester County rabies: Dog adopted from Azerbaijan found to be infected  WPVI-TV
  3. CDC investigating after dog brought to US from Azerbaijan through Chicago O'Hare Airport contracts rabies  WLS-TV
  4. The ban on importing dogs from 113 countries is necessary but should be temporary  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  5. RABID DOG: CDC investigating after adopted dog diagnosed with rabies  6abc Philadelphia

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 8:43 pm

More-contagious delta variant of coronavirus on the rise in Dallas County, health experts say - The Dallas Morning News

  1. More-contagious delta variant of coronavirus on the rise in Dallas County, health experts say  The Dallas Morning News
  2. COVID-19 Delta Variant 'Accelerating' In North Texas And Across The Nation  CBSDFW
  3. Delta variant may soon be the most common COVID-19 strain in North Texas, doctors say  FOX 4 Dallas

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 7:47 pm

Concerns Rise That Delta Variant May Become Predominant Coronavirus Strain in the U.S. - The Root

Concerns Rise That Delta Variant May Become Predominant Coronavirus Strain in the U.S.  The Root

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 7:00 pm

Fixing California COVID digital vaccination record issues - Los Angeles Times

  1. Fixing California COVID digital vaccination record issues  Los Angeles Times
  2. Coronavirus: How do I use California's digital COVID-19 vaccine card?  Deseret News
  3. COVID-19 vaccine | Payout points used to register elderly  eNCA
  4. Some states are mandating digital vaccine "passports" — while other states are banning them outright  Salon
  5. Reaction to WHO's COVID-19 vaccine announcement: Prof Mosa Moshabela  SABC News

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 6:14 pm

Echoes of neurodegenerative disease in fatal COVID-19; sleep woes may add risk - Reuters

  1. Echoes of neurodegenerative disease in fatal COVID-19; sleep woes may add risk  Reuters
  2. Stanford researchers find signs of inflammation in brains of people who died of COVID-19  Stanford Medical Center Report
  3. Autopsy study shows how COVID harms the brain  Medical Xpress
  4. COVID-19 Brain Changes Similar to Alzheimer's Disease  Newsmax
  5. Poor sleep history linked with more severe COVID-19 — Harvard research  INQUIRER.net

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 5:52 pm

Statins and Dementia: Are Some Folks More Prone to Harm? - MedPage Today

  1. Statins and Dementia: Are Some Folks More Prone to Harm?  MedPage Today
  2. Does Statin Use for Cholesterol Control Cause Cognitive Decline, Dementia?  SciTechDaily
  3. No Overall Statin Effect Seen on Dementia, Cognition in ASPREE Analysis  Medscape
  4. Statin therapy not associated with cognitive decline, dementia in older adults, study says  Medical Xpress

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 5:30 pm

Influenza and other seasonal virus cases fell from 4,800 per month in 2019 to just TWELVE last year - Daily Mail

Influenza and other seasonal virus cases fell from 4,800 per month in 2019 to just TWELVE last year  Daily Mail

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 5:07 pm

SC reports lowest number of new COVID-19 cases since March 2020 - WIS10

SC reports lowest number of new COVID-19 cases since March 2020  WIS10

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 4:52 pm

Lead from leaded petrol persists in London air despite '90s ban - Phys.org

Lead from leaded petrol persists in London air despite '90s ban  Phys.org

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 4:22 pm

Montana adds 375 COVID-19 cases, 9 deaths over past week - Billings Gazette

  1. Montana adds 375 COVID-19 cases, 9 deaths over past week  Billings Gazette
  2. 121 new COVID-19 cases in Montana  NBC Montana
  3. Montana COVID update (Monday, June 21)  KRTV Great Falls News
  4. Active COVID-19 cases fall below 500 in Montana  KPAX-TV
  5. 58 new COVID-19 cases in Montana  NBC Montana

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 4:15 pm

COVID-19 Survivors Lose Gray Matter and Other Brain Tissue - Interesting Engineering

  1. COVID-19 Survivors Lose Gray Matter and Other Brain Tissue  Interesting Engineering
  2. COVID-19 might shrink parts of the brain, scientists say  Los Angeles Times
  3. Study suggests COVID-19 harms parts of the brain, even in mild cases  The Boston Globe
  4. New study finds evidence of brain damage from COVID-19  WPEC
  5. COVID-19 may alter brain, study claims  KY3

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 3:34 pm

Data Supports Use of Anti-Parasitic Drug Ivermectin in COVID-19 Patients, Study Shows - BioSpace

  1. Data Supports Use of Anti-Parasitic Drug Ivermectin in COVID-19 Patients, Study Shows  BioSpace
  2. New Study Links Ivermectin to 'Large Reductions' in COVID-19 Deaths  The Epoch Times
  3. Horowitz: Merck rejects ivermectin for COVID treatment after getting $1.2 billion gov't contract for expensive, unproven drug  TheBlaze
  4. Health group pleads for use of Ivermectin to treat Covid-19  Free Malaysia Today
  5. The anti-Covid pill Big Pharma doesn't want you to have  The Conservative Woman

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 3:29 pm

Mosquito-borne virus found in Saginaw County - MLive.com

  1. Mosquito-borne virus found in Saginaw County  MLive.com
  2. Mosquitoes test positive West Nile Virus in Brazos County, BCHD confirms  KBTX
  3. West Nile Virus detected in Lucas County mosquitoes  13abc Action News
  4. Need some mosquito fish? Here's how you can get them in San Joaquin County  Stockton Record
  5. Tips on how to avoid mosquito bites  WLTX.com

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 3:28 pm

New Data on COVID-19's Cognitive Fallout - Medscape

  1. New Data on COVID-19's Cognitive Fallout  Medscape
  2. COVID-19 Infection May Lead to Cognitive, Behavioural Problems for Months: Study | The Weather Channel - Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.com  The Weather Channel
  3. Covid update: The cognitive or behavioural changes showing up months after infection  Daily Express
  4. COVID-19 can lead to cognitive, behavioural problems: Study  The Siasat Daily
  5. COVID-19 leads to cognitive, behavioural problems in patients: Study  Economic Times

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 3:00 pm

Vaccinations of seniors lag behind in 11 states - Axios

Vaccinations of seniors lag behind in 11 states  Axios

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 2:58 pm

Dr. Anthony Fauci on 40 years of HIV, the pursuit to find a cure, and what's next in the fight to end the virus - Yahoo Lifestyle

Dr. Anthony Fauci on 40 years of HIV, the pursuit to find a cure, and what's next in the fight to end the virus  Yahoo Lifestyle

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 2:46 pm

Exploring the Evolution of Depression - Psychiatric Times

Exploring the Evolution of Depression  Psychiatric Times

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 2:22 pm

South America Is Now Covid-19 Hot Spot, With Eight Times the World's Death Rate - The Wall Street Journal

South America Is Now Covid-19 Hot Spot, With Eight Times the World's Death Rate  The Wall Street Journal

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 2:12 pm

Diabetes type 2 symptoms: Three serious signs of blood sugar damage in your feet - Daily Express

  1. Diabetes type 2 symptoms: Three serious signs of blood sugar damage in your feet  Daily Express
  2. One Major Side Effect of Drinking Lemonade, Says Science  Yahoo Lifestyle
  3. All About the Tandem Control-IQ Diabetes Management System  Healthline
  4. Diabetes diet: The £1 fruit to lower your risk of high blood sugar symptoms - Dr Sara  Express

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 1:25 pm

NMDOH: 'Don't touch the bats!' - KOAT New Mexico

NMDOH: 'Don't touch the bats!'  KOAT New Mexico

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 1:14 pm

Your Blood Pressure Meds May Protect Your Memory - WebMD

  1. Your Blood Pressure Meds May Protect Your Memory  WebMD
  2. Some blood pressure-lowering medicines linked to less memory decline: Study  Hindustan Times
  3. Some blood pressure tablets could slow memory decline for up to THREE YEARS  Daily Mail
  4. Some blood pressure-lowering meds linked to less memory decline in older adults  Medical Xpress
  5. Some blood pressure-lowering drugs linked to better memory in old age  Study Finds

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 12:55 pm

First Cancer Patient Receives mRNA Melanoma Vaccine In New Clinical Trial - IFLScience

  1. First Cancer Patient Receives mRNA Melanoma Vaccine In New Clinical Trial  IFLScience
  2. BioNTech Now Aims Its mRNA Technology at Cancer  Interesting Engineering
  3. BioNTech Begins Patient Dosing in Phase 2 Cancer Vaccine Trial  Yahoo Finance
  4. BioNTech takes its first cancer vaccine into phase 2 -  pharmaphorum

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 12:27 pm

Contaminated blood inquiry: The school where dozens of pupils died - BBC News

  1. Contaminated blood inquiry: The school where dozens of pupils died  BBC News
  2. Infected blood scandal survivor left 'angry' after death of school friends  The Independent
  3. UK infected blood probe focuses on school where dozens died  ABC News
  4. Infected Blood Inquiry continues with emotional evidence from parents | 5 News  5 News
  5. Infected blood inquiry hears from former schoolboys infected with HIV  Channel 4 News

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 12:04 pm

A paralyzing disease that can cause people to die within 4 years is spreading in part of Australia, and toxic algae blooms could be to blame - Yahoo News

  1. A paralyzing disease that can cause people to die within 4 years is spreading in part of Australia, and toxic algae blooms could be to blame  Yahoo News
  2. Scientists fear toxic algae blooms may be causing motor neuron disease  Insider

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 11:32 am

Unhappy marriages can be fatal, increasing male death rate by 19%: Israeli study - The Times of Israel

  1. Unhappy marriages can be fatal, increasing male death rate by 19%: Israeli study  The Times of Israel
  2. Men who perceive their marriage as unsuccessful are at high risk for premature death  EurekAlert
  3. Unsuccessful marriages a high risk factor for premature death among men  The Jerusalem Post
  4. TAU Study of 10000 Israeli Men: If They Believe They're in a Bad Marriage They're Candidates for Premature Death  The Jewish Press - JewishPress.com

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 11:06 am

Drinking From This Special Straw Promises to Cure the Hiccups 90% of the Time - Gizmodo

  1. Drinking From This Special Straw Promises to Cure the Hiccups 90% of the Time  Gizmodo
  2. Buzz: Scientists say special straw can cure your hiccups  First Coast News
  3. Drinking device claimed to help halt hiccups  New Atlas
  4. Scientist invents straw to instantly cure hiccups  TechSpot
  5. Drinking Straw Device for Hiccups Treatment  Medgadget

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 11:02 am

An Algorithm That Predicts Deadly Infections Is Often Flawed - WIRED

An Algorithm That Predicts Deadly Infections Is Often Flawed  WIRED

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 11:00 am

Roche's Alzheimer's antibody lowers biomarkers in inherited form of disease, though impact on symptoms is unclear - FierceBiotech

  1. Roche's Alzheimer's antibody lowers biomarkers in inherited form of disease, though impact on symptoms is unclear  FierceBiotech
  2. Investigational Alzheimer's Drug Shows Effects in Inherited Early-Onset Disease  MedPage Today
  3. Investigational Alzheimer's drug improves biomarkers of the disease  Medical Xpress

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 11:00 am

Couples who blamed COVID pandemic for relationship troubles much happier: study - National Post

  1. Couples who blamed COVID pandemic for relationship troubles much happier: study  National Post
  2. 'It's not us, it's COVID': Couples who blamed pandemic for relationship troubles much happier, study finds  MSN Canada
  3. A Simple Trick Can Help Couples Weather COVID-19 Pandemic-Related Stress  SciTechDaily
  4. 'It's not us, it's COVID': Couples who blamed pandemic for relationship troubles much happier, study finds | Saltwire  SaltWire Network

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 10:41 am

Fertility drugs used in IVF do NOT increase the risk of women developing breast cancer, study finds - Daily Mail

Fertility drugs used in IVF do NOT increase the risk of women developing breast cancer, study finds  Daily Mail

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 9:52 am

Maine CDC reports 18 COVID-19 cases, no additional deaths - Press Herald

Maine CDC reports 18 COVID-19 cases, no additional deaths  Press Herald

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 8:45 am

Dear Doctor: Please educate people about rare food-dependent, exercise-induced threat - OregonLive

Dear Doctor: Please educate people about rare food-dependent, exercise-induced threat  OregonLive

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 8:41 am

Delta variant has arrived in Utah, but there's no need to panic - Salt Lake Tribune

Delta variant has arrived in Utah, but there's no need to panic  Salt Lake Tribune

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 8:01 am

Hyperpigmentation is a common skin problem. Here's what you can do about it. - The Washington Post

Hyperpigmentation is a common skin problem. Here's what you can do about it.  The Washington Post

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 8:00 am

Screen all kids for possibility of cardiac arrest - TODAY - TODAY

  1. Screen all kids for possibility of cardiac arrest - TODAY  TODAY
  2. American Academy of Pediatrics issues warning on outdoor trampolines for kids  WBIR Channel 10
  3. Screen All Kids for Heart Problems, Pediatricians' Group Says  WebMD
  4. Policy: Incorporate cardiac risk screening for all youths at least every 3 years  AAP News
  5. All kids should be screened for possibility of sudden cardiac arrest, group says  KPRC Click2Houston

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 7:10 am

No, Covid-19 Vaccines Won't Make You Magnetic. Here's Why - WIRED

No, Covid-19 Vaccines Won't Make You Magnetic. Here's Why  WIRED

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 7:00 am

U.S. employers wrestle with COVID vaccine requirements in regulatory 'hairball' - Reuters

U.S. employers wrestle with COVID vaccine requirements in regulatory 'hairball'  Reuters

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 6:01 am

I've Recovered From Long Covid. I'm One of the Lucky Ones. - The New York Times

  1. I've Recovered From Long Covid. I'm One of the Lucky Ones.  The New York Times
  2. How to know if you have Long COVID  WUSA9
  3. About 23% of COVID-19 Patients Develop Long-Haul Symptoms, New Research Suggests  Prevention.com
  4. Woman's Post COVID Syndrome includes multiple neurological issues  Echo Press
  5. UW Health: "Long haulers" should reach out to primary care provider  WKOW

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 5:00 am

Morning People May Be at Lower Risk of Depression Than Night Owls - The New York Times

Morning People May Be at Lower Risk of Depression Than Night Owls  The New York Times

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 5:00 am

What to Eat to Better Regulate Your Blood Sugar - Verywell Health

  1. What to Eat to Better Regulate Your Blood Sugar  Verywell Health
  2. Diabetes type 2: A popular drink which reduces post-meal blood glucose and insulin levels  Express
  3. Diabetes type 2 symptoms: Five warning signs on your feet that signal high blood sugar  Daily Express
  4. Diabetes exercise: Three 'really important' exercises to avoid high blood sugar - Dr Sara  Express

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 3:00 am

While World Fights The Pandemic, a Different Outbreak Was Just Quashed in Guinea - ScienceAlert

  1. While World Fights The Pandemic, a Different Outbreak Was Just Quashed in Guinea  ScienceAlert
  2. WHO declares an end to second Ebola outbreak in Guinea  Eyewitness News
  3. Guinea declares end to latest Ebola outbreak that killed 12  WSBT-TV
  4. Guinea: WHO declares Ebola outbreak over  Africanews English
  5. WHO declares end to second Ebola outbreak in Guinea  Al Jazeera English

Posted on 21 June 2021 | 2:56 am

COVID-19 counting enters new era as threat shifts away from cases - The Japan Times

  1. COVID-19 counting enters new era as threat shifts away from cases  The Japan Times
  2. Is Routine Flu Vaccination Key to Pandemic Preparedness?  MedPage Today
  3. Cases Don't Matter Like They Used To  Bloomberg
  4. When Covid Is Same As "Flu Season": Pandemic Enters New Era  NDTV
  5. Our Covid response has made us vulnerable to another winter epidemic - flu  iNews

Posted on 20 June 2021 | 10:00 pm

COVID-19 Survivors May Experience Loss of Brain Tissue, According to New Data - ScienceAlert

COVID-19 Survivors May Experience Loss of Brain Tissue, According to New Data  ScienceAlert

Posted on 20 June 2021 | 8:29 pm

Brain-fog busters in a bottle: Smart oil that can raise your IQ to pills that claim to sharpen wits - Daily Mail

  1. Brain-fog busters in a bottle: Smart oil that can raise your IQ to pills that claim to sharpen wits  Daily Mail
  2. Best Supplements For Your Brain, According to Dietitians | Eat This Not That  Eat This, Not That

Posted on 20 June 2021 | 8:08 pm

Mechanistic Link Between Red Meat Consumption and Development of Colorectal Cancer - SciTechDaily

  1. Mechanistic Link Between Red Meat Consumption and Development of Colorectal Cancer  SciTechDaily
  2. Gene study nails down red meat diet's link to colorectal cancer  South China Morning Post
  3. Bowel cancer: The unusual sensation relating to bowel movement that may be a warning sign  Express
  4. Taking the right path in cancer treatment  New Straits Times

Posted on 20 June 2021 | 4:42 pm

Nasal spray could potentially treat COVID-19, NIH says - FOX 10 News Phoenix

Nasal spray could potentially treat COVID-19, NIH says  FOX 10 News Phoenix

Posted on 20 June 2021 | 4:07 pm

v1.0 Powered by Mozilla Readability (Andres Rey PHP Port) and SimplePie