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Vasectomy A Possible Option: No-Scalpel Surgery

For dozens of years there has been the ingrained concept that the woman was in charge of stopping procreation and undergoing the risky surgery of the ligation of her tubes, falling on her the maximum responsibility of the couple. However, the evolution of medical techniques and social thought has today placed vasectomy as a possible...

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Avon Brand Continues to Set Trends in the World of Cosmetics

Advancing the development of new technologies aimed at meeting the aesthetic needs of its customers, while contributing to maintaining a healthier planet remain the key trends of the legendary Avon brand. In an interview with the Central American and Caribbean Digital Newspaper, Ms. Josie Adams, Vice President of Engineering and...

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COVID-19 Virus Is Air-Transmitted and Can Spread Beyond Two Meters, CDC Says

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) acknowledged on Friday that the SARS-CoV-2 virus behind the coronavirus pandemic is air-streaming and can be inhaled even when one is more than six feet away from an infected person. The new guide is a change in the agency’s previous position where they had said infections...

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11 Carnivore Diet Benefits: Why You Need to Try It

“You can’t do the carnivore diet, you’ll get scurvy!”  I’ve heard this way too many times. People are terrified of adopting the carnivore diet because of the scurvy boogeyman… The carnivore diet may have massive benefits. People that have followed the carnivore diet have Dropped weight faster than a vegan drops $16 on...

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How Do Advanced Medical Billing Solutions Add Proficiency To Your Business?

Nowadays, healthcare practitioners have to encounter a host of challenges due to ever-evolving federal guidelines, payer’s policies and rising demand for quality healthcare services. Therefore, most physicians prefer to adopt innovative medical billing solutions. When it comes to optimizing revenue cycle management then it is essential...

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Racial inequalities in COVID-19, the impact on black communities

The issue of how race-related health inequalities are affecting several disadvantaged groups, and black communities in particular, in the U.S. is very complex and has wide ramifications. COVID-19 has only served to unmask inequities that have existed for hundreds of years. The current climate of social unrest in the U.S. and the...

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Rethinking Covid-19 in Children

There is new evidence that some children may become very sick, and we are beginning to learn more about who may be most at risk and what parents need to watch for. As we learn more about children and Covid-19, new research is reshaping some of our thinking. It continues to be true that children, …...

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Coronavirus myths explored

As coronavirus continues to make the news, a host of untruths has surrounded the topic. In this Special Feature, we address some of these myths and conspiracy theories. The novel coronavirus, now known as SARS-CoV-2, has spread from Wuhan, China, to every continent on Earth except Antarctica. The World Health Organization (WHO)...

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HeberFERON, a unique Cuban medicine

Cuba. The extension of therapeutic coverage to all municipalities across the country, with the opening of more sites, is the key strategy in the application program for HeberFERON; a one-of-a-kind medicine to treat skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma), developed and produced by Cuba’s Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology...

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A German Exception? Why the Country’s Coronavirus Death Rate Is Low

The pandemic has hit Germany hard, with more than 92,000 people infected. But the percentage of fatal cases has been remarkably low compared to those in many neighboring countries. They call them corona taxis: Medics outfitted in protective gear, driving around the empty streets of Heidelberg to check on patients who are at home, five...

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