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Of these, 85% are in Europe, followed by the African region, the Americas, the Eastern Mediterranean and the Pacific, says WHO   "From January 1 to June 30 this year, we have 5,322 laboratory-confirmed cases and one death," from 53 countries, WHO spokeswoman Fadela Chaib told reporters.  Of these, "85 per cent are in Europe, followed by the African region, the Americas, the Eastern Mediterranean and the Pacific", she...
Following a meeting of the International Health Regulations Emergency Committee (EC), the World Health Organization announced on June 25 that the multi-country monkeypox outbreak is not a public health emergency of international concern. The WHO’s decision to weigh the severity of the outbreak drew criticism from African scientists who’ve said the virus had been a threat for years. Monkeypox, which is...
Two years after the outburst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States health care system and its workers took a very big toll and have forced our medical workers to their breaking point, including the patients. As of today,  Americans are in medical debt of atleast $140 million, more or less. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics estimates that nearly half a million healthcare workers have quit their jobs since February of 2020. While...
Fostering a culture where employees feel safe and ensuring access to behavioral healthcare services can help hospitals and health systems address healthcare workforce challenges, AHA said.   The American Hospital Association (AHA) has released  the first of three reports detailing how hospital and health system leaders can help address healthcare workforce challenges by supporting worker wellbeing and behavioral health and...
Researchers have investigated the effects of coffee intake on acute kidney injury risk. They found that drinking any amount of coffee reduces the risk of acute kidney injury but that 2-3 cups per day is most beneficial. They say that further research is needed to understand why this link may exist. Coffee contains many beneficial compounds for health, including caffeine, diterpenes, and chlorogenic acid. Studies...
WEDNESDAY, June 29, 2022 (American Heart Association News) -- Proper sleep is essential, and a widely used scoring system for heart and brain health is being redefined to reflect that.   Since 2010, the American Heart Association has said seven modifiable components – maintaining a healthy weight, not smoking, being physically active, eating a healthy diet and controlling blood...
The LGBTQ+ community is rising these days. Many individuals have come up and declared their support or have gotten out of the closet as they say. But even though they are already accepted in most of our communities, many people still can't accept them. Like in most national or State surveys, sexual orientation and gender identity questions are not asked making it difficult to estimate the number of LGBTQ+ individuals in our area and their...
According to Survey, there will be about 9 million nurses America will need by 2030 and about 355,000 Nurse Practitioners are needed to lead nursing teams by then. With this, it is very important that we start investing in the current nursing students to ensure their success and that they will be ready to serve the healthcare needs of America. The life of a nursing student is not easy, as busy as they are when they finally start working in...
The Monkeypoxvirus has been spreading worldwide in the past months and has been reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) that since may 13, 2022, multiple cases from 28 member states across four WHO regions (Regions of the Americas, European, Eastern Mediterranean and Western Pacific Regions) where Monkeypoxvirus isnt reported. Since the beggining of these year, 1536 suspected cases were reported from eight countries in the WHO African...
New research has identified a link between vascular complexity in the eye’s retina and the risk of having a myocardial infarction, or in other words, a heart attack. The discovery was made by using artificial intelligence and “deep learning” to process data representing a large group of individuals. Combined with new genetic insights, the researchers can accurately predict heart attacks when the model includes...
Researchers investigated the link between long-term exposure to nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and the need for ICU care and mechanical ventilation for COVID-19. They found that exposure to higher levels of NO2 correlates to a higher need for ICU care and mechanical ventilation. The researchers caution that their study only found a correlation- not a causation- and that further research is needed to understand their findings better....
Little Fletcher Pack woke up Monday morning and asked: “Is today vaccine day?” For the 3-year-old from Lexington, South Carolina, the answer was yes. The nation’s infants, toddlers and preschoolers are finally getting their chance at COVID-19 vaccination as the U.S. rolls out shots for tots this week. Shipments arrived in some locations over the weekend and some spots, including a Walgreens in South Carolina and...