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- October is National Dental Hygiene Month. Taking care of your mouth is an important part of your health, so we’ve reached out to experts in the field and brought together top tips straight from the source. Read on and learn how to keep a healthy mouth and a killer smile!
- The National Institutes of Health announced a new initiative to fight opioid use disorder (OUD).
- A new study finds severe morning sickness associated with depression. The association may last after pregnancy, researchers say.
- The technology used in immersive video games can be integrated into healthcare. To make it happen, sensory devices must target the sense of sight, hearing, and touch.
- With so many schools pivoting to remote learning, experts fear the increased screen time, paired with no in-school eye exams, could strain some children's vision.
- Anthony Fauci, MD, does not think the US has to have a total shut down. But he does think the US needs to do better with infection control.
- Two new studies say that having blood type O could be advantageous if you get COVID-19.
- The President said he's making arrangements so people in the US can get prescription drugs from Canada. Pharmacists - and the Canadian government - say "not so fast."
- The U.S. Department of Agriculture is allowing summer meal program operators to continue serving free meals to children for this whole school year.
- One study says remdesivir helps treat COVID-19, another says it doesn't.
- Neuropathic, nerve, pain is among the hardest pains to treat. A research team looked at four commonly used medications.
- Globally, despite some individual differences, humanity is adapting to the pandemic and finding a way to move forward emotionally.
- Videos are often thought of as being a waste of time, but there may be some benefits to online gaming, such as social connections to combat loneliness.
- Hotels and other industries related to travel and leisure have been hard hit by the pandemic. AI and apps may be coming to the rescue.
- The FDA warns women 20 weeks pregnant or further along should not take NSAIDs as they may cause pregnancy-related complications.
- Dr. Fauci and many of his peers are against the idea of herd immunity to control COVID-19. They call it unethical and dangerous.
- In 2017, someone living in the US was more likely to die from a drug overdose than in a car accident.
- Once a COVID-19 vaccine is approved, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will make it available to seniors at no cost.
- Stroke is the number 5 cause of death in the United States and about 80% are preventable. But when a stroke does occur, it is important to recognize the symptoms so you can be treated as quickly as possible.
- Skin rashes, on the hands and feet especially, are often the first indication of a Covid-19 infection in those who otherwise show no symptoms.
- Despite persistent and ongoing dexamethasone shortages, President Trump received the drug while undergoing treatment for COVID-19. Will you be able to if you need it?
- Knowing how to call 911 can help save valuable time in an emergency.
- Eli Lilly has had to halt its government-sponsored phase 3 trial of an antibody treatment for COVID-19.
- President Trump's call to pursue herd immunity is similar to his past pronouncements to end the pandemic: They lack little support within the scientific community.
- Currax Pharmaceuticals LLC received a warning letter from the FDA regarding a misleading ad on Google for Contrave, a weight loss drug.
- More than 50% of older adults hospitalized with heart failure go home with double the number of medications. Polypharmacy can cause adverse interactions.
- New data on whether the coronavirus can survive on money, cell phones and other nonporous surfaces showed that the hotter it is, the quicker the virus died.
- Can pregnant women infect their babies? A new study has finally shed light on the issue.
- Johnson and Johnson is the second pharmaceutical company to have to pause a phase 3 clinical trial for a COVID vaccine.