Dr. Scott Gottlieb estimates as many as 1 in 150 people in U.S. are infected with coronavirus

Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Friday he believes there continues to be a significant number of unreported coronavirus cases in the U.S., suggesting as many as 1 in 150 people in the country could be infected.  “We must have well over 700,000 infections a day, even though we’re only diagnosing about 60,000,” Gottlieb said… Read More »

Can Rosemary Improve Cognitive Function?

Rosemary is an evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean that’s revered for its culinary and therapeutic uses alike. Its pungent aroma and sharp lemon-pine flavor make it popular in French, Italian and other cuisines, and it’s been used for centuries as a tool to strengthen memory.1 A member of the mint family along with oregano… Read More »

Louisiana governor says progress against coronavirus has been wiped out in past three weeks

“We have a statewide pandemic. It’s no longer one or two regions,” Edwards told reporters in Baton Rouge. Edwards’ announcement comes as the United States passed 3 million coronavirus cases. Louisiana’s health department reported 1,891 new cases Wednesday, 95% of which are from community spread, according to Edwards. Data from Johns Hopkins University shows the… Read More »

Who can help me with hair loss

Health News Fitness Pros and cons of performing sit-ups. At least six months of treatment is required to prevent further hair loss and to start hair regrowth. Sometimes a larger strip of skin containing multiple hair groupings is taken. You can find a dermatologist who can help you by going to: Find a dermatologist. Insider… Read More »

Mylan recalls lot of injectable daptomycin after particulates show up in vial

On the heels of a carcinogen scare that drove the company to pull three lots of a short-term ulcer treatment in January, Mylan has issued another recall, this time over particles found in a sample vial of one of its injectable antibiotics.  Mylan will recall one lot of injectable daptomycin after finding particulate matter in a single-dose… Read More »