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Eli Lilly said findings from a mid-stage...

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As COVID Rules Ease, Common Colds Rebound Across America

Infectious disease expert Ravina Kullar's husband has a cold. So does her sister-in-law.

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Sales of ED Drugs Boomed During Pandemic

Sales of ED Drugs Boomed During Pandemic

Think the sex lives of Americans took a hit during the pandemic? Think again.

New research finds there's been a jump in sales of erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs, especially Cialis (tadalafil), in the United States over the past year.

"We saw a huge spike in sales of daily use erectile dysfunction drugs, which suggests that some peo...

When, Where Was the First Case of COVID-19?

When, Where Was the First Case of COVID-19?

The first case of COVID-19 may have occurred in China weeks earlier than previously thought, a new study claims.

The first officially identified case occurred in early December 2019, but increasing evidence suggests the original case may have emerged earlier.

In this study, British researchers conducted a new analysis and concluded t...

Innovative Kidney Donor 'Voucher' System Is Saving Lives

Innovative Kidney Donor 'Voucher' System Is Saving Lives

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Lost Sense of Smell Returns for Almost All COVID Survivors

Lost Sense of Smell Returns for Almost All COVID Survivors

THURSDAY, June 24, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- A year on, nearly all patients in a French study who lost their sense of smell after a bout of COVID-19 did regain that ability, researchers report.

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