US CDC is still looking at the potential risk of stroke from Pfizer’s COVID bivalent injection

US CDC is still looking at the potential risk of stroke from Pfizer’s COVID bivalent injection

26 Jan. (Reuters) – New data from a US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) database shows a possible link to stroke risk for older adults taking an updated Pfizer (PFE.N)/BioNTech (22UAy.DE) COVID-19 received a booster shot, but the signal is weaker than what the agency flagged earlier in January, health officials said Thursday. … Read more

UK to stop COVID-19 boosters for people under 50: reports

UK to stop COVID-19 boosters for people under 50: reports

Doctors are demanding an end to COVID-related mandates Dr. Children’s Health Defense organizer Meryl Nass and Michael Kane joined “Fox & Friends First” to discuss why they decided to write a letter demanding an end to the mandates. According to reports, healthy UK residents under 50 will no longer be able to receive COVID-19 boosters … Read more

Antibiotic resistance caused by the widespread use of…antidepressants?

Antibiotic resistance caused by the widespread use of…antidepressants?

Jianhua Guo is a professor at the Australian Center for Water and Environmental Biotechnology. His research focuses on the removal of contaminants from wastewater and the environmental dimensions of antimicrobial resistance. One of those dimensions is the overuse of antibiotics, which promotes resistance to these drugs. Guo wondered if the same is true for other … Read more

The hidden risk of green tea extract

The hidden risk of green tea extract

New research suggests that green tea extract may cause liver damage in a small subset of the population. According to a recent study, long-term intake of high doses of green tea extract may provide some protection against cancer, cardiovascular disease, obesity and type 2 diabetes, but it may also cause liver damage in a small … Read more

Unexpected results of a major study, is it worth doing?

Unexpected results of a major study, is it worth doing?

While many consider a colonoscopy an inconvenient or even scary procedure, 17.7 million are performed each year in the United States, and 60.6 percent of people have had one in the past 10 years. It is believed that a colonoscopy not only helps find cancer but also prevents cancer from developing from polyps. Because of … Read more

US CDC is still looking at the potential risk of stroke from Pfizer’s COVID bivalent injection

US CDC is still looking at the potential risk of stroke from Pfizer’s COVID bivalent injection

By Michael Erman (Reuters) – New data from a US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) database shows a possible link to stroke risk for older adults who received an updated Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 booster shot, but the signal is weaker than what the agency flagged earlier in January, health officials said Thursday. U.S. Food … Read more