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Researchers are working around the clock to learn more about COVID-19 while attempting to share information in real-time. Rolling out sat down with Calethia Hodges, CEO of Infinite Clinical Trials, to get some real answers about the novel coronavirus compared to the flu. We also asked Hodges to clear up speculation about blood type having…

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Dr. Geoffrey Varner has 20 years of experience in emergency medicine and is a leading authority on saving lives. In 2004, he founded Lifeline Medical LLC, which consults with hospitals and health-related companies. Additionally, he practices in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area and has also served as the attending physician in emergency rooms at Southern…

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Marysue Grivna was considered a perfectly healthy 10-year-old girl. However, things changed after she received her annual flu shot in 2013. According to reports by Fox News, Marysue received the shot a few days before Thanksgiving. She appeared to be fine and played with friends shortly after receiving the shot. But three days later, her…

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A 4-year-old  girl from Portland, Oregon, who tested positive for E. coli last week, died of a related infection on Sept. 8. The infection is known as hemolytic uremic syndrome and is caused by specific strains of E. coli. Serena Profitt and her 5-year-old friend, Brad Sutton, both became ill last week after a trip…

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  There is a rare virus spreading like wildfire across the United States and very few people are aware of it. It is a respiratory virus called Human Enterovirus 68 and it has sickened scores of children across the country. The virus seems to start as a cold but can quickly lead to respiratory failure.…

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A mystery virus similar to polio is leaving young children with forms of paralysis in one or more limbs. The virus has been initially indentified as being the extremely rare “enterovirus 68”. The virus is in the same family as polio, a disease which causes paralysis and death.  Polio has not been seen in the…

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First completely antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea cases detected in North America. Most sexually transmitted infections that occur in America, occur in terms of rate and proportion among minority populations, in particular African American populations. Whether it is chlamydia, which among African Americans has increased by 17.6 percent over the past several years or HIV, African Americans historically…

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With the nastiest strain of influenza (the flu) bombarding the United States in more than a decade, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), citizens are clamoring for information about how bad this virus is, how lethal it is, what steps to take to protect themselves, the ways to fight once they…

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As we continue to be besieged by the greatest influenza outbreak in a decade, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, there are ways that we can arm ourselves against the virulent virus that has caused hundreds of deaths already, mostly young children and senior citizens. Here are five ways to fight the…

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