For months, Dr. Dave Burkard has seen up close the effects of COVID-19 as an emergency medicine resident in Western Michigan. Burkard has helped patients who are struggling to breathe, and watched as some say
Samantha Lee/Insider Sex-toy addiction is a myth, sexologist Nikki Goldstein told Insider. Rather than view your vibrator as a crutch in your sex life, think of it as a tool that's taken your pleasure to
The new coronavirus is spreading across America with unprecedented speed, the White House Coronavirus Task Force said in its first briefing in four months on Thursday. “This is more cases, more rapidly, than what we
Melatonin, a sleep hormone often synthesized into supplement form, shows potential in combating coronavirus, according to a new study. Researchers found that patients who took melatonin were significantly less likely to be diagnosed with COVID-19.
(HealthDay)—Even modest depression, anxiety, and catastrophizing are predictors of whether a patient later experiences improvements in pain relief following joint replacement surgery, according to a review published online Oct. 20 in the Journal of Pain.
Rebel Wilson's significant weight loss this year is reportedly due to the Mayr Method, a diet based on 100-year-old theories from an Austrian doctor. Some of the advice is helpful, like eating slowly, cutting back
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Can schools safely remain open or reopen during periods of significant community spread of COVID-19? According to predictions from a model of SARS-CoV-2 transmission in the school setting, yes—if appropriate precautions are followed both in
Researchers have identified increases in deaths during the pandemic compared with previous years. Although this is not surprising in itself, many of these excess deaths are not due to COVID-19. The authors of a new
Researchers studying a group of UK healthcare workers discovered that non-white individuals recovering from COVID-19 displayed higher antibody levels than white individuals, with significantly greater levels observed in Asian individuals. Led by experts at the