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Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporter December 1, 2022

Frozen Stuffed Chicken Products & Microwave Ovens: A Recipe for Salmonella

After repeat U.S. outbreaks of salmonella tied to frozen, breaded and stuffed chicken products, researchers are now pointing to microwave cooking as a key driver of illness.

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On World AIDS Day, White House Announces Plan to End Epidemic by 2030

Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter December 1, 2022

On World AIDS Day, White House Announces Plan to End Epidemic by 2030

The United States will renew its focus on ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic by 2030, with new funding and a five-year strategy, the White House said Thursday.

The Biden administration announced its ambitious plans on World AIDS Day.

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Signs That COVID Infection Might Harm the Liver

Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter December 1, 2022

Signs That COVID Infection Might Harm the Liver

COVID-19 may harm the liver, a small study suggests.

The virus appears to increase liver stiffness, a sign of potential long-term injury, but it's too early to tell if that portends serious liver disease, the researchers said.

"COVID infections have been observed to cause inflammation and damage to a number of different organ sy... Full Page

Paxlovid OK for Use in Pregnant Women Infected With COVID

Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter December 1, 2022

Paxlovid OK for Use in Pregnant Women Infected With COVID

Moms-to-be can safely take Paxlovid to help keep their COVID infection from turning serious, a new study shows.

Nearly everyone in a group of 47 pregnant women prescribed Paxlovid did well on the drug, which did not appear to interfere with their pregnancy in any significant way, researchers report in the Nov. 29 issue of the journal .

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First FDA-Approved Fecal-Based Treatment Helps Fight a Tough Superbug

Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter December 1, 2022

First FDA-Approved Fecal-Based Treatment Helps Fight a Tough Superbug

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved the first fecal microbiota treatment, aimed at helping adults battling tough-to-treat Clostridium difficile (C. diff) infections.

"Today's approval of Rebyota is an advance in caring for patients who have recurrent C. difficile infection [CDI],"... Full Page

AHA News: What's New With the Flu? Here Are 7 Things to Know

American Heart Association News December 1, 2022

AHA News: What's New With the Flu? Here Are 7 Things to Know

Don't call it a comeback if it was never really gone, but the flu is poised for a breakout year.

Like the killer in a horror movie franchise, this season's flu is bringing fresh twists to a familiar theme. Here are seven things you should know to stay safe.

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