Latest coronavirus study implicates fecal transmission

Diarrhea might be a secondary path of transmission when it comes to the novel coronavirus; scientists said Friday pursuing the publication of a given latest study reporting patients with abdominal symptoms and loose stool.The most critical path is believed to be virus-laden droplets because of an infected person's cough. However, researchers in early cases have... Continue Reading →

CDC Report: Drug Costs Leading to Nonadherence in People With HIV

As per the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Americans pay 14% of their total prescription drug costs out from pocket every year, plus the United States spends more per capita on over the counter drugs compared to any other high-income country in the world. High expenses lead to a specific magnitude of... Continue Reading →

Drinking green leaf tea, instead of black, may help you live longer, new study implies

Drinking tea a minimum of thrice every week could reduce the risk of dying from heart problems and is linked with a longer and healthier life, at least in China, new research suggests. Chinese researchers found the rewards associated with tea were more pronounced for drinkers of green, rather than black tea, and regarding those... Continue Reading →

U.S. Alcohol-Related Deaths Have Doubled, Study Says

More Americans are ordering more rounds, which is leading to more funerals, according to new research on alcohol-related deaths. Looking at data beginning with the National Center for Health Statistics, researchers estimate deaths from alcohol-related problems have more than doubled during the last nearly twenty years. Death certificates spanning 2017 indicate nearly 73,000 people died... Continue Reading →

Learn how to wash your hands properly, per doctors

Hopefully, washing your hands serves as a mechanical and frequent a part of your daily routine. Yet, it never ceases to amaze Dr. Robert Segal, MD, founder of Medical Offices of Manhattan, the actual number full-grown adults accomplish a less-than dream at hand-washing. "As a medical doctor, I have to be careful about keeping my... Continue Reading →

CDC Report: Drug Costs Linking to Nonadherence in People With HIV

As stated by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Americans pay 14% of their prescription drug costs away from pocket each year, as well as having the United States spends more per capita on pharmaceuticals compared to any high-income country in the world. High expenses help contribute to some magnitude of nonadherence among patients

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