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Obesity isn’t just a sensitive health issue — it’s dangerous and potentially deadly. Providers and payers are now using connected health tools to drive that point and enhance treatment. America has a weight problem, with very serious consequences. And telehealth could be the answer to how people — and their care providers — come to...
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STORY AT-A-GLANCE Testing revealed significant levels of cadmium, arsenic, lead and mercury in popular baby foods on your grocery store shelves Documents from Hain Celestial Group, makers of Earth’s Best Organic baby food, showed many of the ingredients had arsenic levels as high as 309 parts per billion (ppb) and at least 24 ingredients in...
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Stress is a natural part of life. People experience stress when juggling personal and professional responsibilities and navigating sudden problems like job loss or the death of a loved one. But stress isn’t meant to stick around. Elevated levels of stress hormones like cortisol can lead to various health problems, such as high blood pressure,...
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A sentence tucked into last year’s pandemic relief bill sets requirements for in-person care before Medicare will cover mental healthcare services via telehealth. An overlooked part of last year’s pandemic relief bill is causing headaches for mental healthcare providers seeking Medicare reimbursement for telehealth visits – and prompting one expert to call it the “worst...
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STORY AT-A-GLANCE According to psychiatrist and medical legal expert Dr. Mark McDonald, the true public health crisis is not COVID-19 itself; rather, it’s the fear of the infection, which has “morphed and evolved into a form of mass delusional psychosis” Many enter a state of hysteria when they see an unmasked person, even if they...
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The historic Arctic front crippling Texas’s power system, sending energy prices soaring to record levels, is intensifying. The climate crisis is finally hitting where it hurts, and every one of us is going to pay for it. “It is a pretty brutal air mass,” said Bob Oravec, senior branch forecaster at the U.S. Weather Prediction Center,...
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Telehealth has long been seen as a toolkit for improving access to care for underserved populations. The pandemic is now prompting people to ask whether we’re making the best use of those tools. While telehealth has always been seen as a means of improving access to healthcare for underserved populations, the coronavirus pandemic is proving...
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STORY AT-A-GLANCE Your body substitutes glyphosate for glycine, and in so doing, poisons your body’s machinery for creating proteins In normal physiology, processes in your mitochondria ensure deuterium depletion. If your mitochondria are damaged by glyphosate, they’re not going to be able to eliminate the deuterium properly and the buildup of deuterium may contribute to...
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It’s instinctual for new mothers to feel the need to protect their young, and that instinct also naturally applies to new puppy mommies. An adorable video shows a concerned French bulldog that gave birth prematurely and is watching over her babies placed in an incubator. According to Newsflare, who published the clip, the mother dog, Kuma, is a...
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Federal officials are investigating after some COVID-19 vaccine recipients have developed the rare blood disorder thrombocytopenia, with at least several cases resulting in death. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating and assessing the reported cases, an agency spokesperson told The Epoch Times via email. “At this time, we have not found a causal relationship,” the spokesperson said....
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