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COVID Causes Biggest Drop in U.S. Life Expectancy Since World War II

U.S. life expectancy dropped significantly during COVID-19. Researchers say the loss is greatest among people of color.

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Eating snacks high in white potato and other starches greatly increases the risk of death from heart disease and other causes, researchers say

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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

THURSDAY, June 24, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- In the world of chronic kidney disease, the dilemma is not uncommon: A relatively young patient with kidney trouble may need a transplant down the road, and an older family member is more than ready to step up. But the need for a kidney transplant, while predictable, is not immediate...

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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.

"Persistent COVID-19-related anosmia [loss of smell] has an excellent prognosis, with nearly complete recovery at one year," acco...

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Drop in Life Expectancy From COVID Much Worse for Black, Hispanic Americans

Drop in Life Expectancy From COVID Much Worse for Black, Hispanic Americans

THURSDAY, June 24, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- The COVID-19 pandemic dealt a significant blow to life expectancy in the United States, researchers say.

Overall, American life expectancy dropped by just over one year in 2020. But researchers found the pandemic hit minority groups even harder, shaving more than three years of...

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  • June 24, 2021
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Potato Chips, Fatty Lunches Greatly Raise Your Heart Risks

Potato Chips, Fatty Lunches Greatly Raise Your Heart Risks

THURSDAY, June 24, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- A steady lunch routine of cheeseburgers and fries may shorten your life, but loading your dinner plate with vegetables could do the opposite.

Those are among the findings of a new study looking at the potential health effects of not only what people eat, but when.

Researc...

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