Monkeypox outbreak may just be ‘the tip of the iceberg’, warns WHO | smallpox

The World Health Organization has warned that 200 cases of monkeypox found in recent weeks outside countries where the virus usually circulates could be just the beginning. “We don’t know if we’re just seeing the peak of the iceberg [or] if there are many more undetected cases in communities,” acknowledged Sylvie Briand, WHO’s head of … Read more

How to Lose Visceral Fat: Treatment to Melt Belly Fat May Include Raspberries

A 2017 study, also conducted on mice, found that raspberry ketones reduced the appetite of mice fed a high-fat diet. Ketones are also found in kiwis, peaches, grapes and blackberries, and other vegetables, including rhubarb, according to Holland and Barrett. But raspberries are packed with several other nutrients linked to effective weight management. The fruit … Read more

Acetaminophen warning: painkiller is one of the ‘most dangerous drugs’, says scientist

One medical expert dubbed the common pain reliever the “most dangerous over-the-counter drug.” Speaking to ABC News, Professor John Brems said acetaminophen – also known as Tylenol – is linked to liver failure if not taken correctly. loading video Video unavailable Video will play automatically soon8Cancel Play now Pharmacist explains how acetaminophen and ibuprofen work … Read more

Jack Hurn: Man’s AstraZeneca jab death followed outdated advice – BBC

Jack Hurn: Man’s AstraZeneca Jab Death Followed Outdated AdviceBBC Jack Hurn: Graduate, 26, Died Due to Covid Vaccine After Outdated Advice at Vaccine CenterNight Pattern Graduate, 26, died after receiving Covid vaccine in Dudley, following outdated adviceBirmingham live Graduate, 26, died from Covid vaccine after outdated advice at vaccine centerThe Independent See full coverage on … Read more

Smart pacemaker harmlessly dissolves in the body after it is no longer needed

The transient pacemaker is shown before dissolution. The device is flexible, elastic and cordless. Credit: Northwestern University Last summer,[{” attribute=””>Northwestern University scientists introduced the first-ever transient pacemaker — a fully implantable, wireless device that harmlessly dissolves in the body after it’s no longer needed. Now, they unveil a new, smart version that is integrated into … Read more