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Dr. Joseph Varon rests on a medical cart inside the coronavirus unit at the United Memorial Center on July 6 in Houston. David J. Phillip / AP hide the title change the subtitles David J. Phillip / AP Dr. Joseph Varon rests on a medical cart inside the coronavirus unit at the United Memorial Center on July 6 in Houston. …

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Amidst coronavirus, Alaska is seeing an increase in syphilis cases

What are the most common STDs? Chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis are becoming more prevalent in the US Although often curable, these STDs require treatment in order to avoid serious complications. In the midst of the coronavirus, Alaska health officials are dealing with another outbreak – syphilis. According to local media reports, the state Department of Health and Social Services said …

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The first COVID-19 transplant patient with two lungs goes home

The first COVID-19 patient in the U.S. who underwent a double lung transplant was discharged from hospital this week, according to news reports. after coronavirus caused irreversible lung damage, 28-year-old Mayra Ramirez underwent a transplant on June 5, Live Science previously reported. To qualify for the procedure, she first had to test negatively for it virus, as transplant patients should …

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Botox injections can reduce depression, the study finds

People who received Botox (botulinum toxin) injections for certain conditions reported less depression less often than patients who did not receive injections for similar diagnoses, according to a study published Thursday in the journal Scientific. “For years, clinicians have noticed that Botox injected for cosmetic reasons appears to relieve depression for their patients,” said Ruben Abagyan, Ph.D., professor of pharmacy …

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260 coronavirus cases linked to North Georgia camp outbreak

“This investigation adds to the body of evidence showing that children of all ages are susceptible to SARS-CoV-2 infection and, contrary to early reports, could play an important role in transmission,” the report said. The camp followed instructions issued by Gov. Brian Kemp’s office in May, the federal report said, but the camp did not follow the CDC recommendations for …

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