Pandemic Distress May Affect Fetal Brain Development

Summary: Depression, stress, and anxiety in pregnant women that occurred as a result of the COVID-29 pandemic may have an impact on fetal brain development. source: Nature Self-reported maternal psychological distress during the COVID-19 pandemic may be associated with changes in the brain of developing fetuses, according to a study published in Communications Medicine† The … Read more

Menstrual Irregularities, Uterine Shedding Cases Spike After COVID Vaccine Rollout: Peer-Reviewed Study

‘What we’ve seen so far is just the tip of the iceberg’: Dr. Northrup The first of three peer-reviewed research studies on women who suffered menstrual irregularities or a decidual cast around the time COVID vaccines were rolled out begins to shed light on the sudden spike of this historically rare gynecological abnormality. A decidual … Read more

CDC publishes guidelines on monkeypox vaccine

The CDC on Friday published recommendations by its group of independent experts on a smallpox vaccine that limit its use to only people who work closely with viruses such as monkeypox. (Tami Chappell, Reuters) Estimated read time: 2-3 minutes WASHINGTON — The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday published recommendations by its … Read more

Coronavirus hasn’t developed resistance to Paxlovid. Can that last?

When the patient came back 10 days later, coughing repeatedly and complaining of headache, Davey Smith feared the worst. Smith had prescribed the patient Pfizer’s new antiviral pill, Paxlovid, on the previous visit, after a Covid-19 test came back positive. A resurgence of symptoms probably meant one thing, especially after Smith tested the patient and … Read more

Physician explains why heterodox views on COVID led to his Republican conversion

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Physician Dr. Pierre Kory explained how his anti-establishment views on COVID-19 affected his change in political parties Friday on “The Ingraham Angle.” DR. PIERRE KORY: Science should not be involved with politics, and I’m seeing these divisions breaking out in medicine that seem to be influenced by … Read more

NJ reports 14 COVID deaths, 4,145 new cases as transmission rates remain ‘high’ in 11 counties

New Jersey on Friday reported 4,145 COVID-19 confirmed positive tests and 14 deaths as federal officials continue to recommend people where masks indoors in 11 of the state’s 21 counties due to “high” transmission rates. The state’s seven-day average for confirmed cases was 3,725 on Friday, down 7% from a week ago and up 88% … Read more