Twitter, Facebook, and Snap are reportedly part of White House vaccination campaign

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Facebook, Twitter, and Snap are among the companies that will assist with the Biden administration's promotional campaign for vaccine eligibility, Axios reported.
 

21-Year-Old Man Nearly Dies of Heart Failure After Drinking Four Energy Drinks a Day

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In a new report this week, they detail how the man developed heart failure likely linked to his habit of drinking four energy drinks a day for two years straight.
 

Most People Don't Lose Weight Long Term, Study Finds

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They looked at anonymized medical records from over 200,000 residents over the age of 18, using a nationally representative and government-created database of people who had visited a primary care doctor (the UK, unlike the U.S., has a completely nationalized health care system).
 

Chimeric Human-Monkey Embryos Kept Alive for a Record 19 Days

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In 2017, Izpisua Belmonte and his colleagues created human-pig chimeric embryos, which were implanted into sows, but these cells only managed to stay alive for three to six weeks.
 

Study Finds Lower Life Expectancy Around Superfund Sites

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The study found a clear link between lower life expectancy and living near a waste site, with residents in poorer neighborhoods possibly losing as much as a year of life.
 

How the Johnson & Johnson pause could move the needle on vaccine fears

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But — critically — that doesn’t mean the federal officials shouldn’t have made the recommendation, says Melanie Kornides, an assistant professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing who studies why some people are hesitant to take vaccines.
 

U.S. Health Regulators Call for Pause of J&J Vaccine Over Possible Rare Blood Clotting Risk

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Early Tuesday morning, the New York Times reported on the joint decision by the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to call for the J&J vaccine pause.
 

Former CDC Director Under Trump Now Promoting Unproven Virus-Killing Tech for 'Big Ass Fans'

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Per Kaiser Health News (KHN), Redfield is now strategic health and safety adviser for the company, effectively lending his scientific reputation to Big Ass Fans and the $9,450 ion-generating model it claims is 99.99% effective at sterilizing rooms from the coronavirus.
 

This Country Vaccinated Nearly Every Adult in Two Weeks

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The U.S., Israel, and a few other countries have done a decent job in rapidly vaccinating their residents against covid-19—but none hold a candle to the small Asian nation of Bhutan.
 

There’s No Reason to Freak Out About the Latest Pfizer Vaccine Study

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Over the weekend, a new study involving the Pfizer/BioNTech covid-19 vaccine set off a wave of alarming—and at times misleading—headlines.
 

Chronic Sinus Inflammation Linked to Changed Brain Activity, Study Finds

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The small study found evidence of a link between chronic sinus inflammation and altered, possibly harmful brain activity.
 

Brazil's President Mocks Claims He's 'Genocidal' While Doing Nothing About Covid-19 Killing 4,000 People a Day

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Covid-19 is ravaging Brazil, but the country’s sweaty, fashy president, Jair Bolsonaro, refuses to do jack shit about it.

Researchers Say Their 'Brain Glue' Could Someday Help People With Severe Brain Injuries

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Scientists say they’re one step closer to showing that their experimental hydrogel technology—more plainly known as “brain glue”—can help people with traumatic brain injuries.

Stop Shaming Vaccinated People for Socializing

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As the U.S. speeds ever closer toward mass vaccination against covid-19, a curious trend has started to emerge on social media and elsewhere: well-intentioned people downplaying the benefits of vaccination, often by arguing that vaccinated people still pose a major transmission risk and that they shouldn’t do things like spend time indoors unmasked around their friends and family.

The US government will pay you up to $500,000 to design a less annoying face mask

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But if you think you might have an idea for a better mask that more people might want to wear, the US government’s Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority has announced a competition to design “the next generation of masks” — with a potential $500,000 total prize waiting for the winners.

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