60 people injured in Listvyazhnaya mine incident remain in hospitals – Ministry of Health – Emergencies

MOSCOW, November 27. / TASS /. A total of 60 people are still hospitalized after the incident at the Listvyazhnaya mine in the Kemerovo region that left 51 people dead, the Russian health ministry told reporters on Saturday, adding that the condition of four patients is considered serious. “A total …

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New variant of Covid: what scientists know about Omicron

Scientists still do not know how effective the vaccines will be against the new variant reported by a team in South Africa, which has mutations that could resist neutralization. Only several dozen cases have been fully identified to date in South Africa, Botswana, Hong Kong, Belgium and Israel. The new …

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About 12% of patients who receive common heart implants develop persistent opioid use

PHILADELPHIA CREAM – About 12% of patients who receive implantable cardiac devices such as a pacemaker or defibrillator and fill an opioid prescription after surgery will routinely use pain relievers in the months that follow, increasing the potential for dependence as a result of these. routine procedures and identifying another …

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Northern Clinical Simulation Centers Celebrate 10 Years | Energeticcity.ca

“It has been an impressive ten years with the Northern Clinical Simulation Program, and we have seen excellent learning opportunities emerge during these years,” said Adrian Dix, Minister of Health. “People living in the North, especially during the pandemic, have benefited from the expertise and learning provided by the program, …

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Canadian mask guidelines have changed. Here’s why you might need an upgrade

Now that cold weather has hit and people are moving indoors, many doctors and scientists are urging Canadians not only to not just wear face masks to protect themselves against COVID-19 – but also to examine closer so this cloth mask keeps you and others as secure as possible. “In …

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“Chase’s Choice” Inspired by Chase Rief’s Decision to Stop Using Prescribed Medications – Canon City Daily Record

It was Chase Rief’s choice to stop using pharmaceuticals after prescription drugs left him in a wheelchair as a teenager. Since he started using CBD oils seven years ago, Rief, now 21, has not only led a full and active life, but he hasn’t had a single seizure. He had …

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New model describes how cultural trauma can lead to health disparities

Two researchers from the University of California at Riverside have proposed a new model of “cultural trauma” that describes how traumas such as colonization, hate crimes and recent anti-immigrant media and policies can lead to health disparities. in many American cultural groups. . Traditionally, studies of group trauma such as …

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RGV NATIVE RETURNS HOME TO PRACTICE ONCOLOGY AT DHR HEALTH

– Advertising – Dr Cruz is the newest member of DHR Health’s hematology and oncology team and says, “I have taken this career path to focus on cancer genetics and give back to the communities of the Valley of the Rio Grande. A place that I have always called my …

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