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Clinics after Covid start with patients with long-term illness

“Before Kovid, I was a 59-year-old, relatively healthy man,” said the Denver broadband technician. “If I had to say where I am at the moment, I would say about 50% of where I was, but when I came home for the first time, I was 20%.” He attributes much of his progress to “motivation and education” derived from a new …

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How is COVID-19 treated? Nasal spray is 93%

The new nasal treatment, developed to boost the natural human immune system to fight the common cold and flu, has been shown to be extremely successful in reducing the results of the COVID-19 virus replication test published today. The new product, INNA-051, developed by Australian biotechnology company Ena Respiratory, reduced virus replication by up to 96 percent in a gold …

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Trojan horse treatment causes cancer to self-destruct without drug use – RT World News

New experimental treatments have reportedly led cancer cells to self-destruct without the use of any drugs, providing new hope for victory in the war against many different types of disease. Treatment involves a nanoparticle coated with an amino acid called L-phenylalanine. The chemical is not produced naturally in the body, but is instead absorbed by meat and dairy products that …

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Workers are facing emerging disruptions in health insurance

“Health insurance is a huge price to pay for small businesses,” said Amanda Ballantyne, chief executive of the Main Street Alliance, a small business advocacy group. “It continues to be even after the adoption of the Affordable Care Act.” Many companies say they need Congress to provide more money, and health insurers say they support federal efforts to help employers …

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Delaware reports the outbreak of COVID-19 in long-term care Greenwood F

GREEN WOOD, Del. – The Delaware Department of Public Health is currently investigating COVID-19 outbreaks in several long-term care facilities across the country, including one in Greenwood. Facilities where significant ongoing outbreaks occur include: Kentmere Rehabilitation and Health Care Center in Wilmington; 28 residents and 24 employees Cadia Healthcare Silverside in Wilmington; 19 inhabitants and less than 10 employees Holiday …

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