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Study: Omicron BQ, XBB Subvariants Pose Serious Threat To Boosters, Beating Antibody Treatments

Scientists found that the BQ and XBB subvariants are “barely susceptible to neutralization” by the vaccines, including the new omicron boosters.

Nurses Occupy 5 Of The 30 Most Stressful Jobs In The US

No one is debating whether nurses have stressful jobs. And the past few years — with the pandemic, staffing shortages and pay disputes — have only added to their woes.

Physician Secrets That Nurses Need To Know

There is no one prototypical physician. Every physician has their own practice style, their own knowledge base, and their own preferred method of communication. In my role as medical director for case management at my community hospital, I was given 30 minutes during new nursing orientation to provide nurses tips when communicating with doctors.

CDC: More Than 9 In 10 Kids Have Survived At Least One Bout With Covid

More than 90% of children in the U.S. have survived at least one infection by SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, based on data collected from commercial laboratories around the country through October.

The Christmas Miracle And The Music Box

She was 82 years old — sweet, frail, and maybe four feet eight inches tall. She had many beloved children, grandchildren, and even a few great-grandchildren. They all grew up knowing that family was their core — their base, their home where love resided.

Study: Loss Of Smell, Taste From Covid Is Good News For Survivors

Losing one’s sense of smell and taste is perhaps one of the more bizarre symptoms of COVID-19. If it’s happened to you, you undoubtedly remember it: Waking up one morning, and suddenly discovering that your cup of coffee no longer tastes as bitter as it did before.

Lead, Cadmium Found In Every Bar Of Dark Chocolate Tested, Including; Hershey's, Lindt, Godiva

Dark chocolates are normally praised for their health benefit properties. But tests on 28 bars showed all contained toxic metals lead and cadmium. Lead is toxic to humans especially children, while cadmium is linked to cancer.

Nurses No Longer Employed After Viral 'Icks' Video On TikTok

Emory Healthcare has responded after a TikTok video of the patient-care pet peeves of several of its employees went viral and garnered media attention.