Day: October 11, 2020

Rise of coronavirus in nursing homes has Muskegon County probing possible reinfections

MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – A concerning uptick in coronavirus cases among nursing homes is under investigation by Muskegon County health officials, who are exploring whether there may be some reinfections.

That’s according to Kathy Moore, director of Public Health-Muskegon County, who said she’s concerned about the continuing growth in new COVID-19 cases.

There is one known case of COVID-19 reinfection in the county, in which the two episodes of illness were about four months apart, Moore said.

Muskegon County statistics show a surge of 14 cases among individuals age 80 and older in the past week. There are another six new cases among people in their 70s.

Overall, the county recorded 74 additional cases since Sept. 30, bringing the cumulative total to 1,566. Deaths increased by two in the last eight days – both of whom were elderly patients from congregate living facilities, Moore said.

Muskegon County public health employees

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Garmin introduces pocket-friendly fitness watch

a person in a blue shirt: Actor Alif Satar as Garmin Venu sq ambassador.

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Actor Alif Satar as Garmin Venu sq ambassador.

GARMIN has introduced the Venu Sq, its latest health monitoring smartwatch, featuring over 20 built-in sports apps and GPS.

The watch, which comes in two version in non-music and music editions.

The Venu Sq combines Garmin’s health monitoring and fitness features with daily style and music. The Music edition offers music playback features such as on-device music storage and Spotify compatibility.

According to Garmin, the watch’s battery can last up to 6 days in smartwatch mode, and up to 14 hours in GPS mode.

It features a 1.3-inch rectangular Corning Gorilla Glass touchscreen display with a lightweight aluminum bezel and a comfortable silicone band.

Among its many fitness functions include pilates, yoga, strength training, running, pool swimming, cycling and golf.

Besides that, the watch also offers heart rate monitoring, sleep with Pulse Ox2, respiration tracking, abnormal

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Sports Medicine Market worth $7.2 billion by 2025 – Exclusive Report by MarketsandMarkets(TM)

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CHICAGO, Sep 17, 2020 (PR Newswire Europe via COMTEX) —
According to the new market research report “Sports Medicine Market [] By Product (Body Reconstruction, Body Support & Recovery), Application (Knee Injuries, Shoulder Injuries, Foot & Ankle Injuries), End User (Hospitals, Physiotherapy Centers & Clinics)- Analysis & Global Forecast to 2025”, published by MarketsandMarkets(TM), the global Sports Medicine Market is expected to reach USD 7.2 billion by 2025 from USD 5.5 billion in 2020, at a CAGR of 5.7%. []

The Growth in the Sports Medicine Market is mainly driven by factors such as the continuous influx of new products &s treatment modalities, the increasing incidence of sports injuries, developments in the field of regenerative medicine and rising demand for minimally invasive surgeries.

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Spicer: Trump campaign ‘will move forward’ while president in hospital

This is a rush transcript from “The Story with Martha MacCallum” October 2, 2020. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

MARTHA MACCALLUM, FOX NEWS ANCHOR: Good evening, everyone. I’m Martha MacCallum. And tonight, this is “The Story” in America.

That was what we all watched together just moments ago, a site that you don’t see very often, the President of the United States, leaving the White House and heading to the hospital. He’ll check in there for a few days. The president boarded Marine One bound for Walter Reed Medical Center, one of the finest medical facilities in the world. The White House says that this action is out of an abundance of caution.

The first lady did not accompany him. She is also COVID positive and is said to have a mild cough and a headache. We, obviously, send all of our

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