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Dr. Fauci to testify reopening too early risks ‘needless suffering and death’ from coronavirus: Report

Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, testifies during the House Oversight and Reform Committee hearing on Coronavirus Preparedness and Response, in Rayburn Building on Thursday, March 12, 2020. Tom Williams | CQ Roll Call | Getty Images WASHINGTON — Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease specialist and… Read More »

How early can a dog get arthritis

And for arthritis dogs, lobster and shrimp shells. Control early diet, all dogs can develop osteoarthritis if they’re overweight. There are 18 references cited in this article — at this point how isn’t much dog can do to slow down deterioration as it’s can pretty far progressed. To understand what happens in dog arthritis, i… Read More »

Diarrhoea and loss of appetite could be early signs of coronavirus

Diarrhoea and loss of appetite could be early signs of coronavirus as scientists find almost half of patients experience one or more digestive symptoms Study of 204 Wuhan residents reveals 48.5 per cent had digestive symptoms   Most also had the normal respiratory issues but seven people did not   Those with digestive symptoms are less likely to be… Read More »

Vietnam’s hospitals at the early stage of going smart

According to the latest white paper by YCP Solidiance, an Asia-focused consultancy firm, titled A Look Forward: How Digitalization is Transforming Vietnam’s Healthcare System, the country’s hospitals are in the early phase of going smart. While public hospitals aim to improve their operational efficiency and medical outcomes, private hospitals are making a digital push to… Read More »

Dr Miriam Stoppard: We should be using pharmacists to spot the early signs of cancer

Pharmacists always get my vote, but are we underusing this group of highly trained ­specialists? Could they serve as early diagnosis hubs to spot signs of cancer and improve cancer survival rates? A report by University College London says they could. It says pharmacists could refer people with persistent lung cancer symptoms – such as… Read More »