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Viagra could help men with coronary artery disease live longer, study suggests

Men who have stable coronary artery disease who also take Viagra may live longer and also have a decreased risk of having a new heart attack compared to those who suffer from the disease but do not take the erectile dysfunction drug, according to the findings of a new study published in the Journal of the… Read More »

‘Fears you could still be spreading Covid even after you’ve been vaccinated’

We all know that the vaccines being delivered around the world right now work by protecting us from getting Covid. But what we still don’t know is whether they’ll also prevent us ­transmitting the virus to others. We simply don’t have enough public health data to answer the important question of transmission yet. In fact… Read More »

New, accurate saliva test could be easy-to-use ‘game changer’ in battling COVID pandemic: Toronto scientists

Breadcrumb Trail Links World News Health Canada With an ability to test hundreds of people per hour using minimal staff – and producing quick results – it could be easily deployed to screen people without symptoms Author of the article: Tom Blackwell Publishing date: Feb 25, 2021  •  5 hours ago  •  3 minute read  • … Read More »

What could White House doctors treat Trump with?

What ELSE could White House doctors treat Trump with? President was given Regeneron’s experimental coronavirus antibody cocktail before being hospitalized at Walter Reed where more treatments could be on offer President Trump received an 8 gram infusion of Regeneron’s experimental coronavirus antibody cocktail drug  The drug is currently in early stage trials, but the first… Read More »

Halle Berry Worries That Diabetes Could Heighten Her COVID Risk

While everyone is at risk for COVID-19, certain groups of people are at greater risk of developing the severe respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus. Specifically, seniors and individuals with compromised immune systems and preexisting health conditions, including diabetes, chronic lung disease and heart disease, are more likely to develop COVID-19. Halle Berry falls… Read More »