Month: September 2022

How to find your vaccination history and store it safely

How to find your vaccination history and store it safely

If you want to update an incomplete IIS record, you can request immunization records from former health care providers, local health departments (city or county), or your state health department. The CDC suggests checking with parents or caregivers (including reviewing stored files and baby books), schools or previous employers (including the military), doctors’ offices or …

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Forget protein shakes: 8 muscle-building foods to eat instead

Forget protein shakes: 8 muscle-building foods to eat instead

You don’t have to be a budding bodybuilder to care about muscle mass. In fact, maintaining healthy muscle mass is one of the many ways we can stay healthy and improve our overall well-being, especially as we age. And, along with a balanced exercise and strength regimen, our diet is an essential factor in building …

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Trump lawyers try to limit Pence aides’ testimony to Jan. 6 grand jury

Trump lawyers try to limit Pence aides’ testimony to Jan. 6 grand jury

Lawyers for former president Donald Trump have entered a high-stakes legal battle seeking to limit the scope of former top White House aides’ testimony to a federal grand jury that is investigating efforts to overturn the 2020 elections, according to people familiar with the matter. The action sets up a potentially precedent-setting struggle that could …

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Thailand lowers COVID-19 threat, lifts emergency decree

Thailand lowers COVID-19 threat, lifts emergency decree

BANGKOK (AP) — The Thai government will lift an emergency decree it imposed in March 2020 to fight the coronavirus, officials said Friday, as it eases most pandemic restrictions. From October 1, foreign visitors will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination and infected people will no longer need to self-quarantine. The emergency …

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Richard Nixon and wife Pat Nixon were ‘exposed to massive dosages of radiation’ in 1959 Moscow trip

Richard Nixon and wife Pat Nixon were ‘exposed to massive dosages of radiation’ in 1959 Moscow trip

Richard Nixon and his wife Pat were exposed to radiation during his visit to the Soviet Union in July 1959 during the Cold War, according to newly declassified documents. Nixon was exposed to potentially harmful ionising radiation while staying at the US ambassador’s residence in Moscow during the first days of his trip, said secret …

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COVID-19 Brain

COVID-19 infections increase the risk of long-term brain problems: strokes, depression, anxiety, migraines

By Washington University in St. Louis September 23, 2022 People who have had COVID-19 are at high risk of developing neurological disorders in the first year after infection, according to a detailed analysis of federal data by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. . Movement disorders, memory problems, strokes and seizures …

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Dunkey, video game YouTuber, launches his own independent publishing company

Dunkey, video game YouTuber, launches his own independent publishing company

To subscribe to Nintendo’s life on Youtube YouTuber Jason ‘Dunkey’ Gastrow has announced his own indie game publishing company called Bigmode. In a five-minute upload to his YouTube channel, Gastrow explained that he felt like he had sat on the sidelines for too long, waiting for “big games” to appear, and now wanted to leave …

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One of first Jan. 6 rioters to breach Capitol gets 4-year sentence

One of first Jan. 6 rioters to breach Capitol gets 4-year sentence

A New Jersey man who was one of the first rioters to break into the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, then testified under oath that he didn’t know Congress met there, was sentenced Thursday to four years in prison. Prosecutors had sought more than six years for Timothy Hale-Cusanelli, but a federal judge ruled …

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Will the COVID disaster in Brazil influence its presidential election?

Will the COVID disaster in Brazil influence its presidential election?

Brazilians recognized the more than 600,000 people in their country who have died of COVID-19 with a display of white handkerchiefs.Credit: Buda Mendes/Getty According to official government statistics, more than 685,000 people have died from COVID-19 in Brazil, placing it among the countries with the most deaths. As infections soared in Brazil between 2020 and …

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