Daily Mail

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a risk factor for memory decline and dementia in older adults, according to University of California, Irvine experts.

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Fox News

While research into the specific cause of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is ongoing, a new case report suggests that it may also appear in adults who have a history of COVID-19 diagnosis or exposure.

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New York Times

The decision indicates a growing certainty that the Games will go ahead, despite months of concern that they could become a superspreader event.

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BBC News

Ex-pupils caught up in the infected blood scandal decades ago will give evidence at an inquiry.

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New York Times

Going to bed early and waking up early may help to provide some protection against depression, a new study suggests.

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ScienceAlert

The World Health Organization on Saturday officially announced the end of Guinea's second Ebola outbreak which was declared in February and claimed 12 lives.

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NBC 7 San Diego

More than 300 cases of heart inflammation after COVID-19 vaccinations have been reported in young people across the U.S., including some young San Diegans.

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Fox News

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Food and Drug Administration and state and local health agencies are investigating the origin of a rare, multi-state tuberculosis outbreak after more than 100 patients may have been infected during spinal surger…

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Business Insider

A new study that drew on data gathered by UK Biobank suggests COVID-19 survivors may suffer from a loss of gray matter over time.

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Www.gov.uk

Snapchat, Reddit, TikTok and YouTube have partnered with the government to encourage users to get the vaccine.

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Daily Mail

The breakthrough, by Imperial College London, paves the way for new treatment options that could prevent future deaths.

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FOX 32 Chicago

The director for the National Institutes of Health announced on June 15, that significant progress has been made on an experimental nasal spray that may hopefully be used to treat COVID-19.

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The Washington Post

Did you mean to like that tweet or Instagram post? Or were your clumsy fingers to blame?

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Independent

Women have taken to social media to share experiences of early or delayed periods, heavy bleeding and painful cramps post-vaccination

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USA Today

Fighting COVID-19 proved a boon to cancer research. Here's how scientists are using the same mRNA technology to attack tumors.

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Eatthis.com

“This has implications for increased transmission in our communities. We've been able to show that this virus is 50 to 60% more infectious."

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Eatthis.com

We consulted a doctor and two brain health specialists to determine which supplements should be your go-to's for overall brain health.

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Hindustan Times

As the Delta variant is emerging as new reason for concerns, many countries and pharmaceuticals are thinking of an additional shot of vaccine after complete vaccination. | Latest News India

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