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In a new study, participants recently infected with COVID-19 were six times more likely to develop Guillain-Barré syndrome, where the immune system attacks the nerves.

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Adult ADHD Linked to Increased Risk of Dementia

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Changes in Gay Men's Behaviors, Not Vaccine, Halted Mpox Outbreak

Changes in Gay Men's Behaviors, Not Vaccine, Halted Mpox Outbreak

New research finds the 2022 mpox outbreak among gay and bisexual men began to slow down after just a few months -- even though just 8% of high-risk people had received the mpox vaccine.

That suggests that it was changes in gay and bisexual men's sexual behaviors, not the vaccine, that caused the outbreak to subside, researchers concluded.<...

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U.S. Deaths Linked to Alcohol Keep Rising, Especially Among Women

U.S. Deaths Linked to Alcohol Keep Rising, Especially Among Women

Deaths where alcohol played a key role climbed sharply in recent years, hitting women even harder than men, new government data shows.

Between 2016 and 2021 (the latest numbers available), "the average number of U.S. deaths from excessive alcohol use increased by more than 40,000 [29%], to 178,000 per year," reported a team from the U.S. ...

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U.S. to Strengthen Protections for Air Travelers With Wheelchairs

U.S. to Strengthen Protections for Air Travelers With Wheelchairs

Air travel can be miserable for people with disabilities, particularly if an airline mishandles, damages or loses their wheelchair in transit.

Now, the Biden Administration has proposed tough new standards for how airlines treat and accommodate people in wheelchairs.

The proposed rules would make mishandling wheelchairs an automatic ...

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  • February 29, 2024
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Long COVID May Harm Cognition

Long COVID May Harm Cognition

In a finding that unearths yet another way Long COVID can harm health, new research finds the condition may trigger thinking declines.

Published Thursday in the New England Journal of Medicine, the study involved cognitive testing on nearly 113,000 people in England. It found that those with Long COVID scored 6 IQ points lowe...

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  • February 29, 2024
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'No New Concerns' for Biden's Health After Annual Physical

'No New Concerns' for Biden's Health After Annual Physical

Following an annual physical conducted on Wednesday, President Joe Biden has been found "fit for duty" by his doctor.

“The President feels well and this year’s physical identified no new concerns. He continues to be fit for duty and fully executes all of his responsibilities without any exemptions or accommodations,” White House phys...

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Impaired Sense of Direction Could Be Early Alzheimer's Sign

Impaired Sense of Direction Could Be Early Alzheimer's Sign

Middle-aged folks who have difficulties navigating their way through space could be at higher risk of developing Alzheimer's disease years later, a new study finds.

“Very early symptoms of dementia can be subtle and difficult to detect, but problems with navigation are thought to be some of the first changes in Alzheimer’s disease," n...

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  • February 29, 2024
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