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Pushing Homeless Out of Encampments Can Bring Deadly Toll: Study

impacting the health of this population, particularly when it comes to increasing their overdose risk, so ... a quarter of deaths of this population. This tell us that this practice is taking us in the wrong

VA Hospitals Offer Quality Surgical Care: Review

had the most robust comparison of veterans in the VA and non-VA sites, all of these outcomes were at ... ) -- While the U.S. Veterans Affairs health system has been criticized for long appointment wait times

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Retired Pro Rugby Players Face More Than Double the Odds for Brain Illnesses

look across a range of health outcomes in former professional rugby players, allowing us to build a ... clear picture of health in this population,” said study first author Dr. Emma Russell, a researcher at

Health Highlights: March 17, 2021

cooking, health officials say. All five patients were hospitalized but have since recovered. Five ... Health Highlights: March 17, 2021 COVID-19 Antibodies Found in 1 in 5 U.S. Blood

Americans Are Eating Less Healthily Everywhere, Except at School

department of population health science and policy at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New ... , assistant professor, department of population health science and policy, Icahn School of Medicine at

U.S. Effort to Fight HIV Worldwide Has Brought Lifesaving Treatment to Millions

threat by 2030. These investments are saving lives and creating a safer world for us all.” The ... release. “We must continue to build on this momentum if we are to eliminate HIV as a global public health

Smartphone Apps Might Track, Slow Spread of COVID-19

that augments contact tracing by public health officials, while preserving individual privacy. The ... instantly and anonymously contact those app users who had been near the infected person. "This app is a

People With Intellectual Disabilities at High Risk for Fatal COVID-19

safe and accessible for people with intellectual disabilities, it will benefit all of us." People ... this vulnerable population, and how we can better serve them during this health crisis, and into

Living Near Oil, Gas Wells Tied to Low Birth Weight Infants

significant population level implications for infant and children's health." Women in rural areas ... development of newborns and increase their risk of health problems in early childhood and even into

One Year Into Pandemic, Biden Promises Vaccines for All U.S. Adults by May 1

preferable even when residents and visitors have been vaccinated. "All of us feel enormous relief ... One Year Into Pandemic, Biden Promises Vaccines for All U.S. Adults by May 1 FRIDAY, March 12

'On Edge': Anxious Americans Line Up for Scarce Monkeypox Vaccines

contact,” explained Carlos Rodriguez-Diaz, vice chair of prevention and community health with the ... times with us. We have a responsibility to take our health seriously. And I think we do

Health Officials Work to Speed Up U.S. COVID Vaccine Rollout

Health Officials Work to Speed Up U.S. COVID Vaccine Rollout MONDAY, Jan. 11, 2021 (HealthDay ... News) -- U.S. health officials raced to ramp up the delivery of COVID-19 vaccines across the country

Pancreatic Cancer Rates Rising Faster Among Women

continuing work will help us to evaluate the effectiveness of new health care interventions, with the ... Cedars-Sinai Cancer as we serve our diverse population and can also inform public health policies to

Their Jobs May Put Black Americans at Greater COVID Risk

they are working in jobs where they have a greater risk of coming in contact with the virus day in and ... day out," Qeadan said in a university news release. Blacks account for 12% of the U.S. population

Genes for Stillbirth May Be Passed Down by Male Relatives

remains elusive. Certain health conditions in a pregnant woman can be a factor, but new research ... gynecology at University of Utah Health and Intermountain Healthcare. "It is especially

The Facts on Chlamydia

for chlamydia. In women, all likely exposed body sites should be screened, such as the vagina and ... sites. Women should also be screened at all exposed body sites.

Almost 47 Million Americans Already Infected With Coronavirus by Nov. 15: Study

% of the U.S. population -- had already been infected with the new coronavirus, a new study finds ... disease burden." "Case reports are dependent on patients seeking health care," among other factors, and

'High-Risk' Sex Could Raise Odds for Crohn's, Colitis in Gay Men

. The definition of high-risk behavior was having sexual contact with multiple partners or without a ... condom. “To our knowledge, this is the first large population-based study that demonstrates a higher

Americans Living With HIV Have Near-Normal Life Expectancy: Study

between 1999 and 2017 at 13 U.S. sites that were part of a North American AIDS collaborative. Those ... folks were compared with a subset of the U.S. population without HIV matched by age, sex, race

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