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First Injectable Drug Regimen for Adults Living with HIV Approved by FDA

Cabenuva Approved by the FDA Cabenuva has received approval by the FDA or Food and Drug Administration. Cabenuva is an injectable form of (Endurant) rilpivirine and (Vocabria) cabotegravir for adults with HIV-1 infections. This is the first adult injectable regimen approved by the FDA administered once per month. Cabenuva is intended to be a replacement […]

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Easy Solutions To Help Improve The Ergonomics Of Your Home Workspace

The pandemic brought with it a lot of changes, and one of the most dominant ones is working from home. You might have set a small space in your bedroom, sitting room or had a separate room to work as your home office. However, after working from home for more than a year, your body […]

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Peanut Allergies Now Affecting More US Adults Than Children

The most recent findings from the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology show that 20% of the adults who have peanut allergies and live in the United States developed their hypersensitivity to legumes after turning 18. To give a sense of the scale of this study, that percentage equates to more than 800,000 adults; sobering […]

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Who Is Next In Line for The COVID-19 Vaccine?

The COVID-19 vaccination rollout is still in progress, with many individuals getting their first doses every day. What’s difficult for many to understand, though, is how these vaccines will be rolled out. With much of the United States still dealing with rising numbers and many individuals hoping to return to something resembling normalcy, the lack […]

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How Quick You Do Stairs May Help Determine Your Heart Health

You might not need all of the monitors and trackers to ensure your heart health is on track. The free, simple test of the health of your heart could be near you. If you’re able to climb four flights of stairs in under one minute, your heart health is in good hands. The Study A […]

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What Experts Think About Schools Reopening

The quarantine period has everyone stuck at home all day long. Schools, offices, and events were closed down to avoid the spread of the virus. However, as time passes by, people will slowly return to their normal lives. Therefore, people are advised to be familiar with safety measures when they are in public areas. Just […]

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Can Screen Time Affect Children’s Language Skills?

It is increasingly easy to sit children down in front of a screen to keep them occupied while the adults work, talk or cook. However, too much screen time can seriously impede child development and may make it more difficult for children to keep up with the target language skill range for their age group. […]

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5 Tips for Spotting Fake Health News

It seems everyone has an opinion when it comes to the news. The problem is that many of these opinions get spun into actual news. As the news of the pandemic and other health issues hits our news feeds, many people find it difficult to know what’s the right thing to believe. We’ve got five […]

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Pets: Pandemic Stress Reducing Superheroes

We are living in unprecedented times. A worldwide pandemic, civil unrest, and job layoffs threaten even the most centered person’s sanity. With all of this chaos and unpredictability going on, we need time to devote to our physical and mental health more than ever. It may seem like taking the dog for a walk or […]

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Coronavirus Vaccine Status Update

COVID-19, a highly infectious disease caused by a coronavirus and that began in Wuhan, China has now infected more than 7.4 million people globally, with deaths being over 400,000. The disease has led to shut down of many businesses as many countries go into lockdown in efforts to contain the spread of the disease. The […]

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