Antibiotic shortages loom as cold and flu season approaches

As the U.S. heads into fall, antibiotics commonly used by children to prevent bacterial infections during cold and flu season remain in short supply. Amoxicillin is the most commonly prescribed antibiotic among children in the United States. Its liquid formula is a common medication used by doctors to treat children with common winter bacterial infections … Read more

Sesal investigates damage to vaccine refrigeration in two other regions

Tegucigalpa, Honduras – At least 140,000 frozen vaccine therefore damaged, is the result of failure Cooling System Cortez Health District Biowarehouse. Dr. Gissell Paredes, the project leader, reported this yesterday. Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI)he also mentioned Economic lossesThere are about seven million lempiras. However, the Herald has information that more vaccines have been destroyed, … Read more

Hepatitis virus can show up after 10 or 20 years

(Joe Panoit D/Shutterstock) Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver caused by a virus and can be fatal without proper treatment. The Costa Rican Ministry of Health calls for vigilance, especially since in some cases these viruses can emerge 10 or 20 years later and cause serious consequences such as liver cancer. This was explained by … Read more

New theory on triggering stomach disorder

A nightmarish stomach bug outbreak that ravaged a wedding may not have been linked to food poisoning, as first thought. About 30 wedding guests developed symptoms including fever, nausea, diarrhea and vomiting after attending a wedding reception at The Park in Albert Park on Saturday night. It was reported yesterday that 70 medical staff who … Read more

Texas governor orders more buses carrying migrants to ‘sanctuary’ cities

Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced on Friday that he has directed the Texas Department of Emergency Management (TDEM) to deploy more buses to Eagle Pass and El Paso in the state to transport migrants Transport to “self-declared shelters in other cities to provide additional services.” Our border cities need relief. “ “President Biden’s continued refusal … Read more

Thousands at Pine Knob may have been exposed to hepatitis A, officials say

CLARKSTON, Mich. (WWJ) – The Oakland County Health Department says a person has tested positive for hepatitis A after being exposed at the Pine Knob Music Theater. Leaders are urging anyone who visited Pine Knob’s Ivy Lounge between Saturday, August 26 and Friday, September 26. 8. Get vaccinated against hepatitis A. Oakland County Medical Director … Read more

People on Medicaid missing out on hepatitis C treatment

Many people on Medicaid are not receiving hepatitis C treatment, according to findings published in JAMA Network Open. Treatment rates are especially low among women, young people, Latinos and Asians, and drug users. It is estimated that more than 2 million people in the United States have hepatitis C. While hepatitis C was once most … Read more

Botero’s Requiem, the most incarnate hand of Christ

Modernity is at its origin, its beginning. About “Venus” willendorf and also in Giotto Gave the Renaissance its beginning and scale.he looked at them Fernando Botero (Medellin, 1932 – Monaco, 2023) making exaggeration the axis on which his art revolves. “What guided me was art history. Suddenly the volume of my work was exaggerated, but … Read more