Heart failure tied to increased cancer risk, study finds
Covid-19: S’pore ‘neither reversing nor racing ahead’ with reopening but pausing to slow, monitor spread, say ministers
SINGAPORE — In the face of questions over the progress of Singapore’s reopening amid a recent surge in Covid-19 cases, Health Minister Ong Ye Kung said on Friday (Sept 10) that the country is neither “reversing” nor “racing ahead” but will take the next two to four weeks to slow down transmission and monitor the rise in infections.
How to spot this common heart problem that’s easy to missA-fib is a heart-rhythm abnormality that’s on the rise. Here’s how to recognize the signs and treat it.
Bob Odenkirk Confirms “Small Heart Attack” Caused Recent Collapse On Better Call Saul Set
UK urges pregnant women to get vaccinated given COVID-19 variant risksLONDON: British health authorities have urged more pregnant women to get coronavirus jabs after a national study found the Delta variant appeared ... MRNA vaccines are bad for pregnant women and child. Don't believe the authority and pharmaceutical companies.
Dropping anti-Covid measures during vaccine rollout 'risks resistant variants'Relaxing restrictions like mask-wearing and social distancing when most people have been vaccinated greatly increases the risk of vaccine-resistant variants of the virus that causes Covid-19, new research showed on Friday.
Harris to visit Singapore, Vietnam, focus on economic tiesVice President Kamala Harris will visit Singapore and Vietnam next month on a trip focused on strengthening economic ties and celebrating America’s cultural connection with the Indo-Pacific region. It will be Harris' first overseas travel and second foreign trip, after she visited Guatemala and Mexico in June as part of her role leading diplomatic efforts to address the root causes of migration to the United States. Harris will be the highest-ranking official from President Joe Biden's administration to visit Asia.
Baby Girl Born with Partially Developed Embryo Inside Her StomachA newborn in Israel shocked doctors with a rare case of fetus-in-fetu, a congenital anomaly that occurs in about every 1 in 500,000 births