Most people with HIV don’t need a special diet. But if you’re feeling sick and having symptoms like nausea, diarrhea, or weight loss, you may need some changes to what and how you eat. Losing too much weight can be serious. Without good nutrition, you may get sicker.”Good nutrition isRead More →

 Use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine should resume in the United States for all adults, the FDA and CDC said Friday, although health care providers should warn patients of the risk of developing the rare and serious blood clots that caused the agencies to pause the vaccine’s distributionRead More →

Less than five months after the first needle went into the first arm to deliver the first COVID-19 vaccine to a 90-year-old grandmother in the United Kingdom, the world celebrated the 1 billionth dose of coronavirus-blocking vaccine this weekend. , While it’s not clear who received the 1 billionth dose,Read More →

Ashley Hall has been living with severe eczema for more than 3 decades. She was only 2 years old when the first patch of dry, scaly skin emerged on the side of her body. “My mom noticed I was scratching it constantly. And it wasn’t like a typical little rashRead More →

And it’s going to be a difficult question to answer, she added, “as we could never expose an uninfected person to an infected cat to determine whether cat-to-human transmission would occur.” Still, Poulsen suggested that while the possibility cannot be ruled out, it is not overly concerning. “We have noRead More →

April 23, 2021 — the Virginia Department of Health website in January reassured English-speaking readers that the COVID-19 vaccine “will not be required for Virginians.”But the Spanish-language translation, through a Google Translate widget at the top of the page, said something else: The vaccine “no sera necesario,” or “won’t beRead More →

A family in Florida has been accused of selling tens of thousands of bottles of bleach as a “miracle cure” for the coronavirus and other diseases. Mark Grenon, 62, and his sons — Jonathan, 34, Jordan, 26, and Joseph, 32 — were accused of fraud and violating civil court ordersRead More →

The night before Lisa Hardesty’s post-vaccination reunion with her 101-year-old grandmother felt like the night before going to an amusement park as a child. “I cannot wait to hug her,” Hardesty, 54, said a few days beforehand. “The excitement level is like if you’re planning a vacation that’s exciting andRead More →

By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, March 30, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Despite being the dating-app generation, young adults are largely saying no to casual sex, and less drinking and more video games are two reasons why, a new study suggests. Surveys in recent years have been finding that comparedRead More →

That piece of sausage you’re about to enjoy? You may want to put it down for something healthier. New research found an association between eating even small amounts of processed meats, 150 grams (a little over 5 ounces) per week, and a higher risk of major heart disease and death.Read More →