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Los CDC endurecerán las pruebas de COVID para los viajeros internacionales

Hola Doctor and Robert Preidt and Robin Foster December 1, 2021

Los CDC endurecerán las pruebas de COVID para los viajeros internacionales

Mientras el mundo se esfuerza por encontrar formas de frenar la propagación de la nueva variante ómicron, los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC) de EE. UU. anunciaron el martes que los viajeros internacionales a Estados Unidos pronto tendrán que proveer un resultado negativo de una prueba del coronavirus que hayan ... Full Page

First U.S. Omicron Case Reported in California

Dennis Thompson and Robin Foster HealthDay Reporters December 1, 2021

First U.S. Omicron Case Reported in California

The first confirmed U.S. case of the Omicron variant has been reported in California, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Wednesday.

The patient was a traveler, apparently from the San Francisco area, who returned from South Africa on Nov. 22, the CDC said in a statement.

The person, who was fully vaccinated... Full Page

WHO Approves First Long-Acting Device to Shield Women From HIV

Robert Preidt December 1, 2021

WHO Approves First Long-Acting Device to Shield Women From HIV

With HIV a continuing threat to women's health, the World Health Organization (WHO) has approved the first long-acting device to protect women from sexually transmitted HIV.

The device is a vaginal ring made of silicone elastomer, a flexible rubber-like material that makes it easy to insert and comfortable to use. The ring releases the ant... Full Page

For Men, Vaping May Be a Downer in the Bedroom

Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter December 1, 2021

For Men, Vaping May Be a Downer in the Bedroom

WEDNESDAY, Dec. 1, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Vaping can be tough on the lungs, but new research warns of another possible danger to men: It may more than double the risk for erectile dysfunction.

After tracking erectile dysfunction (ED) risk among nearly 25,000 men aged 20 and older, investigators found that even vapers w... Full Page

Reading With Your Toddler? Books May Beat Screens

Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter December 1, 2021

Reading With Your Toddler? Books May Beat Screens

Parents who want to read to their toddlers and give them a developmental boost ought to pick up a traditional paper book rather than an e-book on a tablet, a new study reports.

Toddlers are more likely to interact with their parents when they're sharing a paper children's book rather than a tablet, University of Michigan researchers found.... Full Page

Nearly 7% of U.S. Kids Have Had a Head Injury or Concussion

Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter December 1, 2021

Nearly 7% of U.S. Kids Have Had a Head Injury or Concussion

Blows to the head are common among America's kids, with close to 7% showing signs of a brain injury at some time in childhood, U.S. health officials report.

Sports, falls and abuse are likely causes, experts say.

Concussions and other head injuries are more common among white kids than Black or Hispanic kids. And prevalence increas... Full Page

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