CDC Urges Americans to Forgo Thanksgiving Travel

With cases already climbing at alarming rates, CDC officials said they were concerned that the holidays may further drive up cases and deaths, particularly for older family members.

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393: Fish Oil, Nature’s Real Superfoods, and Strengthening Immunity With Nora Gedgaudas

We’re back for a second episode with Nora Gedgaudas, who is a board-certified nutritional consultant and a clinical neurofeedback specialist. She has over 20 years of clinical experience and she’s also an extremely detailed researcher. I always love to hear her thoughts on controversial health topics since she goes deep and leaves no stone unturned. […]

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Soothing Frankincense Face Cream for All Skin Types (DIY Beauty Recipe)

What’s an ancient remedy for hemlock poisoning, used by Cleopatra, and burned in some churches? If you guessed frankincense, you got it right! Resin from this tree has been used in skincare, medicine, and religious ceremonies for thousands of years. This tree’s soothing and clarifying properties make it the ideal ingredient in frankincense face cream. […]

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How Much Does Wearing a Mask Protect You?

Yes, you should still wear a mask, despite the findings of a new study out of Denmark that tested whether paper surgical face masks protect the people who wear them.

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COVID in Pregnancy Won't Affect Outcomes: Study

In fact, 95% of these women have good outcomes, and just 3% of their babies test positive for COVID-19, researchers say.

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Data Shows Oxford COVID Vaccine Safe, Effective

A COVID-19 vaccine under development at Oxford University in England appears safe and triggers an immune response in older adults, researchers report.

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IVF Won't Raise Ovarian Cancer Risk: Study

Previous studies suggested that women who used this assisted reproductive technologies (ART) such as IVF to get pregnant may be at risk for ovarian cancer and non-malignant borderline tumors

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Restaurants Scramble Amid Cold, COVID Surge

But infectious disease experts are skeptical that dining out can be made safe during a winter COVID-19 surge without either ruining the experience for patrons or undermining the economics for the business owner.

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Lawsuits Begin Over SARS-CoV-2 Lab Leak

U.S. Right to Know (USRTK), an investigative public health nonprofit group, has filed a lawsuit1 against the National Institutes of Health after the agency failed to respond to the USRTK’s July 10, 2020, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. According to the NIH, records were withheld due to them being part of an ongoing legal […]

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