Clinical management guidelines for monkey pox | Madison.com Health, Sports Health and Fitness

Clinical management guidelines for monkey pox |  Madison.com Health, Sports Health and Fitness

FRIDAY August 19, 2022 (HealthDay News) – According to an online review on August 16, 2022 Global Health BMJ. Eika Webb, MBBS, of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine in the UK, and colleagues conducted a systematic review and identified MPX guidelines with treatment and supportive care recommendations. A total of 14 guidelines out of … Read more

Cases of monkey pox, spread, symptoms on university campuses are challenging

Cases of monkey pox, spread, symptoms on university campuses are challenging

Over the past two years, college and university administrators have welcomed the start of the fall semester with a mix of excitement and anxiety over the coronavirus pandemic. This year, while COVID-19 continues to spread, universities face another public health threat: monkey pox, which so far, it mostly affects men who have sex with men, … Read more

More COVID patients reporting hair loss

More COVID patients reporting hair loss

This is the story from MedPage Today. Clinicians are seeing an influx of patients experiencing a worrying side effect from COVID-19: hair loss. Dr. Brian Abittan, director of skin and hair rejuvenation at Mount Sinai Health System in New York, said he was seeing many weekly patients who reported post-COVID-19 hair loss. “Not a day … Read more

“Relating” results underscore the importance of screening for depression

“Relating” results underscore the importance of screening for depression

Summary: Scientists call for screening for the risk of postpartum depression in women with persistent depression while they are still pregnant. Source: Queensland University Researchers at the University of Queensland are calling for screening for perinatal depression (PND) in all pregnant women after they discovered that women with persistent depression are at high risk of … Read more

The White House is calling on states to divide the monkey pox vaccine into fifths to increase supply

The White House is calling on states to divide the monkey pox vaccine into fifths to increase supply

The Biden administration said on Thursday it would send an additional 1.8 million doses of the Jynneos monkey pox vaccine if states adopt a new vaccination protocol, a recent White House effort to keep the growing outbreak from scheduling major LGBTQ events in the coming months. The White House strategy is based on a new … Read more

Perhaps you distributed the omicron variant without even knowing it

Perhaps you distributed the omicron variant without even knowing it

While the omicron BA.5 sub-variant has proven to be the most contagious and immunity-avoiding iteration of COVID-19 iteration to date, scientists have long known that many COVID-19 cases, regardless of the variant, are completely asymptomatic. It is not known, however, how often the average person unknowingly contracted COVID. Now, a new study reveals to what … Read more

Shocking new research says artificial sweeteners can cause diabetes

Shocking new research says artificial sweeteners can cause diabetes

True sugar can accumulate calories quickly, but artificial sugar can cause diabetes. Scientists now warn that certain artificial sweeteners can alter the body’s microbes in ways that alter blood sugar levels, according to new data published in the journal Cell and reported by the South West News Service. Sugar substitutes – including saccharin and aspartame … Read more

Intermittent fasting for weight loss: what science says

Intermittent fasting for weight loss: what science says

Intermittent fasting for weight loss can be an effective way to lose unwanted fat, especially in people with obesity and metabolic syndrome. Multiple studies have shown that the metabolic effects of intermittent fasting, combined with the calorie deficit it usually generates, can help create a decline in weight. There are different styles of intermittent fasting, … Read more