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Not-So-Sudden Heart Attacks
The symptoms may be murky, but many heart patients know something is wrong weeks before a heart attack.
The Other Epidemic Heading Our Way
At least we have a vaccine for it. Flu season is approaching. It's time to think about which flu shot to take.
Getting Back to Business in a Pandemic
Models testing various ways of re-opening businesses as COVID cases subside show one approach is a clear winner.
Smartphones Could Curb DUIs
Your phone can do more than count your steps. It could also warn you if those steps are alcohol-impaired and give you time to sober up.
Help for COVID's Sickest
The steroid dexamethasone is used to reduce inflammation; it can also save the lives of coronavirus patients who can't breathe.
Staying home reduces the transmission of COVID-19. Here's a view of how much it helps.
Doctors Weigh in on Chloroquine
As a treatment for COVID-19 hydroxychloroquine is questionable and a danger to some. And then there are the lupus patients who need it.
It's hard to believe that some people don't feel masks are necessary. A new study makes clear just how far COVID spreads when people talk.
Foods to Build Immunity
It's not only about wearing a mask. Nutrition plays a major role in supporting your immune system.
Telemedicine: The Doctor Will See You Online
Telemedicine could free up hospital staff and offer a safer way for patients to see their doctors during the pandemic and beyond.
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