Day: September 7, 2020

Russia publishes virus vaccine results, weeks after approval

MOSCOW (AP) — Russian scientists have belatedly published first results from early trials into the experimental Sputnik V vaccine, which received government approval last month but drew considerable criticism from experts, as the shots had only been tested on several dozen people before being more widely administered.

In a report published in the journal Lancet on Friday, developers of the vaccine said it appeared to be safe and to prompt an antibody response in all 40 people tested in the second phase of the study within three weeks. However, the authors noted that participants were only followed for 42 days, the study sample was small and there was no placebo or control vaccine used.

One part of the safety trial included only men and the study mostly involved people in their 20s and 30s, so it is unclear how the vaccine might work in older populations most at risk of

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Omar Cordero Shows Fitness Is Possible Even After 50 – Press Release

As a person ages, it becomes more important for them to start living an active lifestyle. A healthy person will have a longer and happier life. However, a senior can’t partake in the same heavy-duty workout routine that their 20-year-old neighbor does. That’s just asking for trouble. Since the 2020 pandemic came along and forced gyms nationwide to shut down, it has been more difficult for seniors to find the proper exercise training that they require. Yet, if an aging person wants to keep their body strong enough to fight off an infection then it is important that they make the effort to stay as fit as they can. 

Omar Cordero has a slogan, and it’s “Get Moving”. If you want to stay healthy than you need to get moving. Simple as that! Chairman Fitness- VIP Online Coaching For People Over 50 Chairman Fitness offers one of the best online

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Navid Vahedi Discusses Fusion IV Pharmaceuticals INC and the Future of Medicine

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September 3, 2020 GMT

Los Angeles, CA – ( NewMediaWire ) – September 03, 2020 –  Dr. Navid Vahedi of Fusion IV Pharmaceuticals INC discusses his approach to medical treatment and the future of medicine in the modern world.

Dr. Navid Vahedi and Fusion IV Pharmaceuticals INC are well-known for their unconventional approach to medicine. Rather than adhering to all of the tenets of Western medicine, which often focus on minimizing symptoms, Dr. Vahedi believes in Functional Medicine. Functional Medicine attempts to treat patients by finding the source of their pain or illness and developing a treatment plan to eliminate the issue. 

Dr. Vahedi also uses this mentality at Fusion IV Pharmaceuticals INC,

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Bizarre moment grandad who’s never been to dentist has teeth yanked out with PLIERS by work pals

THIS is the bizarre moment a grandad-of-three who claims he’s never been to a dentist gets his teeth yanked out with pliers by work pals.

Machine operator Phil Bailey has worked on building sites up and down the country so never registered with a local dentist.

Phil Bailey holding this molar in a pair of pliers that was just yanked out of his mouth

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Phil Bailey holding this molar in a pair of pliers that was just yanked out of his mouth Credit: Kennedy News & Media
The grandad claims he has never been to a dentist

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The grandad claims he has never been to a dentistCredit: Kennedy News & Media

Whenever the grandad’s tooth starts to hurt or cause him pain, he just asks a colleague to tear it out.

The 58-year-old’s unconventional dental procedures have been caught many times on camera.

Most recently, Phil took matters into his own hands on Monday when he handed a fellow builder a pair of pliers to tackle his aching molar.

In the footage, Phil, from Castleford,

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New York City hospital slammed by Covid-19 now inundated with gunshot victims

Dr. Dorian Alexander had just walked into the emergency room and he could immediately sense what to expect the rest of his shift.



a truck is parked in front of a building: Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center went from a Covid-19 crisis to a gun violence crisis.


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Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center went from a Covid-19 crisis to a gun violence crisis.

“I smell blood,” Alexander told fellow staff members on a recent Sunday at Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center in New York City.

The scent hung in the air, something that he had always noticed at the Brooklyn hospital. Lately the smell of blood has been more prevalent, a sign that the gun violence that has gripped the city perhaps has its tightest hold on the communities surrounding his hospital.

“It has a little bit of a metallic smell. And it kind of just lingers with you,” said Alexander, 36, who added that on particularly violent days he can’t stop smelling blood, even after he’s gone home and showered.

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