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The most common side effects to expect after your Pfizer booster: headache, fatigue, and pain at the injection site

A health worker administers the Pfizer vaccine in the Palestinian neighborhood of Beit Hanina, in the Israeli-annexed east Jerusalem, on August 29, 2021. Ahmad Gharabli/AFP/Getty Images Pfizer's COVID-19 booster shot yields mild to moderate side effects, much like its second dose. Injection-site pain is most common after a booster, according to data released Wednesday. People who received a third dose of Pfizer's vaccine also frequently reported headaches and fatigue. See more stor...
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What to Expect When You Quit Vaping

The FDA cracked down on disposable, flavorful vapes last year, and although you can still find Puff Bars and their counterparts all over, the likelihood that you’re getting a sketchy counterfeit is increasing. The mystery of what’s in the phonies makes them even more dangerous than the original nicotine delivery…Read more...
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The 5 most common COVID-19 symptoms based on your vaccination status, in one chart

A woman receives the COVID-19 vaccine in Wales. Matthew Horwood/Getty COVID-19 symptoms look somewhat different for vaccinated people who get breakthrough cases and unvaccinated people, a study found. Unvaccinated people are more likely to report a fever and persistent cough. They're also more likely to get severely sick and reported more symptoms in total. See more stories on Insider's business page. The Delta variant is challenging vaccines more than any coronavirus strain so far...
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The 30-day rule: Why you have to wait for a vaccine if you’ve recently had Covid

Scientists know that people who have had Covid still benefit from getting vaccinated with at least one shot of the vaccine. But can you get vaccinated while you have Covid? The post The 30-day rule: Why you have to wait for a vaccine if you’ve recently had Covid appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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You will know, or possibly be, someone who gets COVID-19 after a vaccine. Here's what to expect, according to 2 people with breakthrough cases.

A woman receives the COVID-19 vaccine in Wales, UK. Matthew Horwood/Getty Breakthrough cases will become more common as the more transmissible Delta variant keeps spreading. But most disease experts still expect COVID-19 to be milder in vaccinated people. Two young people who got sick after they were vaccinated described how their symptoms progressed. See more stories on Insider's business page. Breakthrough infections, or COVID-19 cases diagnosed after someone is fully immunized, were...
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One vaccine dose isn't enough to protect against the Delta variant, new research shows

Peter Byrne/PA Images/Getty Images A new study suggests that a single vaccine dose is largely ineffective against the Delta variant. The researchers performed lab experiments using both Pfizer's and AstraZeneca's vaccines. Other studies have also shown that partially vaccinated people are more vulnerable to symptoms from Delta. See more stories on Insider's business page. Although vaccines work well against the Delta variant, the level of protection they offer seems to depend ...
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A third of people with COVID-19 symptoms develop 'long COVID' that lasts for 12 weeks, a new survey of 500,000 people suggests

A recovered coronavirus patient is monitored by medical staff at Italy's Department of Rehabilitative Cardiology of ASL 3 Genova on July 22, 2020. Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images One in three people with symptomatic COVID-19 develop "long COVID," study suggests. The survey of 500,000 people checked for symptoms that lasted longer than 12 weeks. The researchers estimated 2 million people in England were COVID-19 long-haulers, double other estimates. See more stories on Insider's busine...
Tags: Health, England, Science, News, Trends, Italy, Healthcare, Symptoms, Ons, Imperial College London, Department Of Health, Imperial College, Office for National Statistics ONS, ASL, Genova, Paul Elliott


Doctors in India are reporting COVID-19 patients with gangrene, hearing loss, and diarrhea - but there's not enough data to prove they're caused by the Delta variant

A woman is seen on oxygen support moments before she collapsed while waiting to get tested for Covid-19 infection, at MMG hospital, on April 21, 2021 in Ghaziabad, India. Sakib Ali/Hindustan Times via Getty Images Doctors in India say COVID-19 patients have unusual symptoms that could be due to the Delta variant. They include gangrene and hearing loss. There aren't enough sequencing tests sent to labs to know if these are unique to the Delta variant. See more stories on Insider's b...
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12 signs of long COVID to discuss with your doctor

A COVID-19 patient recovers at home in Brooklyn, New York on November 21, 2020. Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis/Getty Images There are no formal guidelines to diagnose long COVID, and the syndrome can manifest in many ways. So patients need to be able to spot the symptoms and discuss them with their doctor. Here are 12 signs that you could have long COVID, according to research. See more stories on Insider's business page. No formal diagnostic guidelines exist yet to confirm that someone is...
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CorrActions raises $2.7M to help avoid errors in human-machine interactions

CorrActions, a noninvasive neuroscience startup that uses sensor data to evaluate a user’s cognitive state due to drowsiness, alcohol, fatigue and other issues, today announced that it has raised a $2.7 million seed round. Early-stage fund VentureIsrael, seed fund Operator Partners and the Israeli Innovation Authority are backing the company, which is based out of OurCrowd’s Labs/02 incubator. The idea here is to use touch sensors wherever humans may interact with machines, be that in a fighter ...
Tags: Startups, TC, Fatigue, Neuroscience, Tech, Smartphones, Fda, Symptoms, CSO, Hochman, Recent Funding, Operator Partners, Israeli Innovation Authority, CorrActions, VentureIsrael, Eldad Hochman


The Covid pandemic has exacerbated weaknesses in health systems, particularly in poor countries

Strategic investments in health care for all are needed to ensure safe births, treatment of tuberculosis, malaria, measles, pneumonia and diarrhoea, and children are vaccinated The post The Covid pandemic has exacerbated weaknesses in health systems, particularly in poor countries appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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People are getting 'COVID nails,' and one expert says the unusual lines could be as useful as an antibody test to prove previous infection

So-called 'COVID nails' Tim Spector/ZOE A horizontal line across the nail could be a sign of a previous COVID-19. If "COVID nails" were an infection marker it could be as useful as an antibody test, Prof Spector said. The lines can happen on the fingers or toes and are harmless. See more stories on Insider's business page. Odd-looking nails could be a sign of previous coronavirus infection, a top UK scientist has said.Horizontal lines across the nail that appear several months...
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People are getting 'COVID nails,' and one expert says the unusual lines could be used as an antibody test to prove previous infection

So-called 'COVID nails' Tim Spector/ZOE A horizontal line across the nail could be a sign of a previous COVID-19. If "COVID nails" were an infection marker it could be as useful as an antibody test, Prof Spector said. The lines can happen on the fingers or toes and are harmless. See more stories on Insider's business page. Odd-looking nails could be a sign of previous coronavirus infection, a top UK scientist has said.Horizontal lines across the nail that appear several months...
Tags: Health, UK, Science, Trends, Healthcare, Symptoms, Nails, King s College, Beau, Spector, British Association of Dermatologists, Tim Spector, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Catherine Schuster Bruce, Tanya Bleiker


A woman who had crippling long COVID for 8 months says it vanished after getting vaccinated. There is no clear scientific reason why.

A woman gets a shot of COVID-19 vaccine. She is not Arianna Eisenberg, the woman in this story. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson Arianna Eisenberg says her long COVID symptoms were gone after two vaccine shots, the Washington Post reported. Others have reported that vaccination alleviated long COVID symptoms. Scientists don't understand the phenomenon, but one has ideas of how it could work. See more stories on Insider's business page. A woman who had long COVID said her symptoms were gone ...
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One in 3 COVID survivors may suffer from symptoms even after recovery. Researchers don't yet know how long it could last.

People with lingering symptoms may experience brain fog, pain, or debilitating fatigue. JGI/Jamie Grill/Getty Images About one in three people retain symptoms after recovering from COVID-19, says scientist Stephanie LaVergne. Patients with both severe and mild cases are susceptible to lingering symptoms. Researchers are still trying to determine why some symptoms remain and how long they will persist. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. A few months ago, a young athleti...
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A day-by-day breakdown of coronavirus symptoms shows how COVID-19 goes from bad to worse

A woman has her body temperature checked amid the coronavirus outbreak. AP Photo/Vincent Thian Typical coronavirus patients develop a fever, dry cough, and shortness of breath, but these symptoms may appear at different times — or not at all. Many patients say their symptoms resolved within four to eight days, according to a CDC report. But more severe cases tend to worsen about five to 10 days after symptoms start. Here's how symptoms progressed day by day among a large group of patients ...
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About half of the COVID-19 survivors from Bergamo, one of Italy's coronavirus epicenters, haven't recovered six months on, providing a stark warning of the pandemic's lingering aftermath

A nurse attends to a COVID-19 patient that is wearing a CPAP helmet while he is moved out of the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Pope John XXIII Hospital on April 7, 2020 in Bergamo, Italy. (Photo by Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images) Six months after the coronavirus hit Bergamo, one of Italy’s early epicenters, nearly half of the survivors haven’t recovered, and are still dealing with a range of problems, according to The Washington Post. Pope John XXIII Hospital infectious disease specialist ...
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Investigate Your Kid's Symptoms With This AAP App

Given that we’re all a little hesitant to run out to a doctor’s office, hospital or urgent care unless absolutely necessary these days, there’s an app you might want to have handy as flu season approaches and we continue to ride the wave of the pandemic: The KidsDoc app.Read more...
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How to Find COVID-19 Testing Sites in Apple Maps

I’m hoping you never need to search for a COVID-19 testing site, period. (Stay quarantined! Stay safe!) But if you do, and you’re on your iPhone or iPad, you can now easily find the nearest testing location via Apple Maps.Read more...
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CDC Adds 6 New Possible Symptoms Of Coronavirus

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has added six new symptoms to its list of possible signs of the coronavirus. Previously, the CDC only noted fever, cough, and shortness of breath as symptoms. The agency has updated its list to include: chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat and new loss of taste or smell. Shortness of breath has also been changed to “shortness of breath or difficulty breathing.” The full list now is: Fever Cough Shortness of breat...
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CDC officially adds 6 new symptoms to its Covid-19 webpage

Although other symptoms have been reported by doctors for months, the CDC only had three listed on their site: fever, cough, and shortness of breath or difficulty with breathing. But on April 18, they quietly added six more: headache, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, and new loss of taste or smell. For some reason, they never made a public announcement about the changes to their list, and "the agency did not immediately respond to questions about the rev...
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New coronavirus symptom found mostly in young people: painful 'covid toes'

Coronavirus is like a big stinky onion with yet another layer just revealed: COVID toes. A symptom doctors are finding mostly in young people that causes their toes to swell, turn blue and purple, itch, burn, and become "painful to touch." According to Dr. Ebbing Lautenbach, chief of infectious disease at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Medicine, “This is a manifestation that occurs early on in the disease, meaning, you have this first then you progress. . .Sometimes this might be yo...
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Hepatitis C Symptoms in Men: What to Know

Hepatitis C is a form of liver disease caused by the hepatitis C virus (HCV) that may lead to cirrhosis and/or liver cancer. It often leads to liver scarring and inflammation leaving it hard for the liver to do its job (1). Men tend to contract HCV at higher rates than women with 2.1 percent of men being diagnosed with HCV and only 1.1 percent of women being diagnosed in the U.S., with similar trends found in Europe (2). Not only do men contract HCV at differing rates than women, but they handle...
Tags: Health, Europe, Research, Symptoms, Fatigue Fever Nausea Muscle, Chronic Symptoms of Hepatitis, HCV Treatment Research


4 Signs You Have Food Intolerance

You're reading 4 Signs You Have Food Intolerance, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. Food intolerance can be a nightmare for your body. When you suffer from this condition, you face difficulties in digesting food. You may experience symptoms like abdominal pain, gas, and diarrhea. Foods that are most associated with food intolerance are gluten and dairy products that can cause dis...
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The Case of a Brain-Damaging 'Sonic Weapon' in Cuba Is Only Getting Stranger and Scarier

The baffling story of US diplomats in Cuba suffering hearing loss and brain damage in some sort of covert “health attack” just gets stranger and more terrifying with every new report. The Associated Press has learned that victims’ recollections and symptoms are even more varied and serious than we previously knew. Read more...
Tags: Science, US, Fbi, Physics, Canada, Associated Press, State Department, Symptoms, Cuba, Havana, Sonic Device, Diplomats, Hotel Capri, Technological Warfare


Do You Know What to Say When Someone Has an Anxiety or Panic Attack?

Saying the wrong thing can do more harm than good, but don’t worry! We’ll guide you on how to help. As someone who suffers all too frequently with panic disorder, I can tell you that sometimes, there’s just nothing to do but get through it. Friends, and family may try to help but truthfully, they can make it worse. If you haven’t actually had the experience of a panic attack (Congrats!), then you may not understand what the body goes through. Lucky for me (ha!), I can tell you first hand what an...
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People With No Symptoms of Zika Can Still Spread It Sexually

Experts confirm that the virus can spread between people who don't have symptoms
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Google to roll out improved symptom search

Google has launched a new symptom search feature that makes it easier to navigate and explore health conditions related to your symptoms in a more accurate way. The company says that about one percent of searches are related to health symptoms. Now when you ask Google about symptoms like “headache on one side,” it will show you a … Continue reading "Google to roll out improved symptom search"
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Could There Be One Cure for All Mental Illness?

“One treatment to cure them all, one technique to find them, one network to bring them all and in the heterogeneity bind them.” Imagine: A cure all for ALL mental illnesses… sounds illogical, perhaps impossible, something straight out of fantasy, no? Well, at the SharpBrains Virtual Summit, Monitoring & Enhancing Brain Health in the Pervasive Neuroscience Era, where presenting cutting-edge innovative research was the norm, I was lucky to be witness to a truly tantalizing talk by psychologist Dr...
Tags: Psychology, Research, Brain, Symptoms, Mental Illness, Responses, Conferences, Publishers, Brain And Behavior, Anterior Cingulate Cortex, Mental Illness Treatment, Eickhoff, Cognitive Function, Alvaro Fernandez, fMRI