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Binge-Watching Could Raise Your Blood Clot Risk

Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter January 20, 2022

Binge-Watching Could Raise Your Blood Clot Risk

THURSDAY, Jan. 20, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Who hasn't started to watch a new drama series on TV, and suddenly realize that hours have slipped by as they binged on one episode after the next?

Now, a new study suggests that too much binge-watching may raise the risk of life-threatening blood clots in the legs or lungs by ... Full Page

Polluted Air Keeps Butterflies, Bees From Pollinating: Study

Robert Preidt January 20, 2022

Polluted Air Keeps Butterflies, Bees From Pollinating: Study

As air pollution worsens, fruits, flowers and the creatures that pollinate them could pay a price.

That's the takeaway from British researchers who used special equipment to control levels of two common pollutants — diesel exhaust and ozone — in a field of black mustard plants, and then monitored pollinating insects over two summers. <... Full Page

COVID Restrictions Eased in England

Robert Preidt January 19, 2022

COVID Restrictions Eased in England

Numerous COVID restrictions will be dropped in England because government experts believe the Omicron variant "has now peaked nationally," British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Wednesday.

As of Jan. 27, COVID-19 passes will no longer be needed to enter large-scale events and the use of face masks in public schools will no longer be req... Full Page

VA Study Shows Black Men Twice as Likely to Develop Prostate Cancer as Whites

Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter January 19, 2022

VA Study Shows Black Men Twice as Likely to Develop Prostate Cancer as Whites

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 19, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Even in a setting where white and Black people have equal access to medical care, Black Americans fare worse than whites in terms of prostate cancer, new research shows.

A review of nearly 8 million men seen at America's Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals found that Black veteran... Full Page

Crowded Emergency Rooms Cost Lives: Study

Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter January 19, 2022

Crowded Emergency Rooms Cost Lives: Study

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 19, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- A seemingly endless wait in an emergency department can be taxing for many reasons, but new research suggests that long delays in being admitted to the hospital may even raise a patient's risk of death within the following 30 days.

Why? One possible reason: A crowded ER might ... Full Page

Is a Night in the Hospital Necessary After Hip, Knee Replacement?

Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter January 19, 2022

Is a Night in the Hospital Necessary After Hip, Knee Replacement?

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 19, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- For many people undergoing total hip or knee replacement, same-day surgery is a safe option, new research shows.

Among folks in overall good health, the study of nearly 1.8 million patients found similar post-op complication rates among those who had outpatient joint replaceme... Full Page

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