CNBC

New NIH-funded research found that Covid-19 vaccines don't impair fertility in men or women, but a Covid infection can affect men's sperm quality for up to 60 days.

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Best Life

Concerned about your cognitive health as you age? Exercising after 65, could cut your dementia risk by 30 percent, experts say.

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Express

DIABETES type 2 is characterised by rising blood sugar levels, which threaten to overwhelm the body. Fortunately, you can cause blood sugar levels to plummet within minutes by drinking a warm yellow drink.

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New York Times

Following the course of a typical Omicron infection.

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CNN

Kris Sokolowski, who was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer last year, tells CNN Travel why exploring the globe with his loved ones is his focus.

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Al Jazeera English

Three US studies offer more evidence that third dose of COVID vaccine is highly effective against Omicron.

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KLAS - 8 News Now

With both COVID-19 and RSV cases on the rise nationally, how can you tell the difference between the viruses?

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KSAT San Antonio

Following a CDC study linking children who had COVID-19 to pediatric diabetes, parents hope it will encourage families to look for signs in their kids.

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10News

A new study suggests many people with cognitive symptoms have abnormalities in their spinal fluid. These anomalies can be detected months after the initial bout with the virus, even in patients who were never hospitalized for COVID.

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WREX-TV

As the Omicron variant spreads, an NBC News report says many states are using an outdated monoclonal antibody treatment.

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The Lancet

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a major cause of death globally, with a burden likely to be higher than that of HIV or malaria, according to the most comprehensive assessment of bacterial AMR to date published in The Lancet. The data presented in this analy…

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Buzzfeed

"I couldn't smell for three months, and I couldn't eat spicy things for the longest time."

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VOA News

MS causes the body’s own immune system to mistakenly attack nerve cells. It destroys the protective material that covers nerve tissue.

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Fox News

The mystery of why people infected with COVID-19 lose their taste or smell may lie in a genetic risk factor, according to a recent study published in Nature Genetics.

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nj.com

This is the second study published this month having to do with cannabis compounds preventing the coronavirus

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Reuters

The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further study to corroborate the findings and that has yet to be certified by peer review.

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