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Brain-eating amoebas are lurking in rivers and lakes across America this summer

America’s freshwater lakes and rivers may harbor a deadly brain-eating parasite this summer, and experts warn it has a 97 percent chance of death if it gets into the nose, often within five days. sensory symptoms. Naegleria fowleri lives in freshwater worldwide. It thrives in warm temperatures around 115 degrees, which usually occurs during the …

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A brain-eating amoeba is lurking in America’s rivers and lakes this summer

America’s freshwater lakes and rivers may be harboring a deadly brain-eating parasite this summer, and experts warn there is a 97 percent chance of death if it gets into the nose, often within five days. sensory symptoms. Naegleria fowleri lives in freshwater around the world. It thrives in warm temperatures around 115 degrees, which usually …

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More than one in five children and adolescents in the United States are obese

America’s obesity crisis has only worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic, with the condition rising sharply among the youngest population, a new study suggests. Researchers at the Pediatric Obesity and Health Behavior Laboratory in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, found that in 2020, 21.5 percent of Americans between the ages of two and 19 were obese. That’s a …

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More than one in five children and adolescents in the United States are obese

America’s obesity crisis has only worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic, with the condition rising sharply among the youngest population, a new study suggests. Researchers at the Pediatric Obesity and Health Behavior Laboratory in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, found that in 2020, 21.5 percent of Americans between the ages of two and 19 were obese. That’s a …

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Children under the age of four could die from flu like Covid by the end of 2021

Children under the age of four were as likely to die from the flu or stroke as COVID-19 in the final months of 2021 — the start of an Omicron wave, a DailyMail.com analysis of official statistics shows. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released its forecast on Wednesday for the leading cause …

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The head of the CDC insists that monkeypox is not out of control in the United States

The director of the CDC argued Monday that warnings that monkeypox is out of control are “misinformed and off base,” despite the U.S. quadrupling in two weeks. Dr. Rochelle Walensky also said in a statement that infections could be “significantly reduced” thanks to even more testing — about 10,000 swabs a day — more vaccines …

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Health experts are leaving the NIH and CDC in droves because they are ashamed of the “bad science.”

Two of America’s top healthcare institutions are reportedly bleeding staff because poor decisions described by staff as “bad science” have led to low morale. Dr. Johns Hopkins University public health expert Marty Macari (pictured) criticizes school closures and vaccines for children four and younger during the COVID-19 pandemic. Both the Centers for Disease Control and …

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Experts warn that the United States may soon lose control of the monkey disease

Experts warn that the U.S. could lose control of monkeypox because of a lack of testing and limited access to vaccines. Some experts warn that monkeypox could get out of control because of mistakes by health workers Testing in America is still limited a month after it began in late May Vaccine availability is being …

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Experts warn that the United States may soon lose control of the monkey disease

Experts warn that the U.S. could lose control of monkeypox because of a lack of testing and limited access to vaccines. Some experts warn that monkeypox could get out of control because of mistakes by health workers Testing in America is still limited a month after it began in late May Vaccine availability is being …

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