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Study Looks at Extent of Residual Lung Abnormalities After COVID-19 Hospitalization

Study Looks at Extent of Residual Lung Abnormalities After COVID-19 HospitalizationFRIDAY, Dec. 2, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Residual lung abnormalities are estimated in up to about 11.7 percent of patients discharged following COVID-19-related hospitalization, according to a study published online Dec. 2 in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical… ….. Read More.CAPITOL TIMES – Top Features | United States NewsFri, December 2, 20224 days ago


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Are you eligible for compensation under these five class-action settlements?

Are you eligible for compensation under these five class-action settlements?All five have December filing deadlines By Mark Huffman of ConsumerAffairs December 5, 2022 If you are one of the many consumers who received a barrage of unsolicited telemarketing calls from DirecTV or their debt collectors, you may be due a share of a $17 million settlement. The TV provider agreed to settle a lawsuit by consumers who said they got calls from DirecTV or from debt collectors, even though they had not been customers since 2004. The suit charged the contacts were illegal under the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and a judge agreed. Time is running short to receive compensation since the deadline is Dec. 19. Affected consumers can fill out a claim form here. Electrolux dryers If you purchased an Electrolux clothes dryer more than a decade ago, you may be due a portion of an undisclosed…


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Study: Teens’ brains physically altered, prematurely aged by pandemic stress

Study: Teens’ brains physically altered, prematurely aged by pandemic stressStress related to the COVID-19 pandemic has physically altered — and prematurely aged — the brains of adolescents, making their brain structures appear several years older than the pre-pandemic brains of peers. ….. Read More.UPI News – Health News | Health & WellnessThu, December 1, 20225 days ago


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Dave Scott / TAT podcast Part 3 | Ep. 50 Rider Magazine Insider Podcast

Dave Scott / TAT podcast Part 3 | Ep. 50 Rider Magazine Insider Podcast Our guest on Episode 50 of the Rider Magazine Insider Podcast is Dave Scott, who completed a solo journey on the TransAmerica Trail. This is Part 3 of a three-part interview. We spoke to Scott in Episodes 46 and 48, where he told us about the challenges of riding the TAT during the Covid-19 pandemic, dealing with hurricanes and Mississippi mud, and then crashing on Imogene Pass in Colorado, where he broke his leg. Scott spent the winter and spring healing up, and in the summer of 2021, he returned to the TransAmerica Trail. After conquering Imogene Pass, he rode through Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, and Oregon, where he finally made it to the end of the trail and dipped his tires in the Pacific Ocean. This is another unfiltered, uncensored conversation about the trials and tribulations…


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California mom speaks out after losing infant son to RSV complications

California mom speaks out after losing infant son to RSV complicationsCATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. – A Southern California mother who lost her infant son to RSV is sharing her tragic story to warn other parents, as a surge of the dangerous virus is spreading rapidly throughout the country. “He really was just the best baby and the sweetest little soul. We loved him. We love him so much,” says Jessica Myers through tears. Myers lost her son William on Nov. 15. He was only 6 weeks old.  “The RSV treatments for him ended up being just too much. His little heart stopped, and it took them a long time to bring him back. When they did, my son was brain dead, and so we had a couple of days to say goodbye to him,” says Myers. William Myers was only a few weeks old when he became sick with the virus….


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RSV surge raises questions about repeat cases: Can you or child get it again?

RSV surge raises questions about repeat cases: Can you or child get it again?As respiratory syncytial virus, otherwise known as RSV, continues to surge across the United States, experts warn it’s possible people can be infected with it more than once. Dr. Aaron Glatt, chief of infectious diseases at Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital on Long Island, New York, told Fox News Digital this week, “A person can get RSV more than once in their lifetime.” A second infection is unlikely to occur immediately after a recent episode. Yet it can infect someone more than once in the same season, especially immunocompromised children and older adults, Glatt said. AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS URGES BIDEN ADMINISTRATION TO DECLARE EMERGENCY OVER ‘UNPRECEDENTED’ RSV SURGE “Weekly rates of RSV hospitalizations are currently far higher than they have been for the previous four seasons, exceeding the peak weekly rates in all pediatric age groups…


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