Live Updates: China says it found COVID-19 on packaging of frozen imports

New coronavirus restrictions implemented across US ahead of holiday Fox News correspondent Laura Ingle joins ‘Special Report’ with the latest from Malverne, N.Y. China has increased the testing of frozen foods after the country said it has repeatedly discovered the coronavirus on imported products and their packaging, The most recent instance saw frozen shrimp imported from an Ecuadorian company banned for one […]

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Xofluza Approved for Postexposure Prevention of Flu

TUESDAY, Nov. 24, 2020 — The approved indication for Xofluza (baloxavir marboxil) has been expanded to include postexposure prevention of influenza for those who may have come in contact with someone who has the flu, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Monday. Xofluza was approved in 2018 to treat uncomplicated flu in patients 12 years and older who are […]

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Coronavirus infects more than 1K workers at world’s top surgical glove maker

Fox News Flash top headlines for November 24 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. The world’s largest maker of surgical gloves is temporarily closing more than half its factories despite record demand — because more than 1,000 employees tested positive for the coronavirus, authorities said Monday. Top Glove in Malaysia has racked up […]

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Teeth Grinding, Facial Pain Have Increased Due to Stress from COVID-19

Scientists have found that many people are experiencing increased teeth grinding and pain during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is most likely due to the stress and anxiety associated with the pandemic. Anyone who’s under stress is likely to experience jaw clenching and teeth grinding. Certain self-help measures like stress reduction and mindfulness may help. If you find yourself having chronic […]

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Closing the racial disparity gap in survival after in-hospital cardiac arrest

In-hospital cardiac arrests (IHCA) represent catastrophic and often terminal events. Despite investments to improve the quality of resuscitation efforts, fewer than 25% of all patients that experience cardiac arrests in hospitals survive to discharge, and survival varies significantly across hospitals and by race. Until now, few have been able to specify reasons for the between-hospital differences. A new study from […]

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France to end lockdown Dec 15, shops to reopen Saturday

France aims to lift a nationwide lockdown on December 15, President Emmanuel Macron said, with shops authorised to reopen as early as Saturday after weeks of closure. In a TV address Tuesday, Macron said some restrictions would remain in place to avoid a resurgence of the virus, and the threat of another lockdown. “We have slowed the spread of the […]

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How healthcare organizations can enhance RPM security, resiliency

As the COVID-19 pandemic has continued to push patients away from in-person care, many health systems have ramped up their remote patient monitoring ecosystems.  But with that increase in endpoints comes an increase in security risks. “From a security perspective, we always model a personal home network as a hostile network,” said Stephanie Domas, executive vice president of the MedSec […]

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