What to do if you test positive for Covid-19 now

What to do if you test positive for Covid-19 now

Two years into the pandemic, many aren’t sure what to do after testing positive for Covid-19. Should they isolate, and if so, for how long? How important is it to see a doctor? What therapies are available, and who is eligible? To help answer these and other questions, I spoke with CNN Medical Analyst Dr. … Read more

North Korea hails recovery as WHO worries over missing data

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea said Wednesday more than a million people have already recovered from suspected COVID-19 just a week after disclosing an outbreak it appears to be trying to manage in isolation as global experts express deep concern about the public health threat. The country’s anti-virus headquarters announced 232,880 new cases … Read more

Nearly 43,000 people died on US roads last year, agency says

DETROIT (AP) — Nearly 43,000 people were killed on US roads last year, the highest number in 16 years as Americans returned to the highways after the pandemic forced many to stay at home. The 10.5% jump over 2020 numbers was the largest percentage increase since the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration began its fatality … Read more

Accused Buffalo gunman followed familiar radicalization path

The 18-year-old gunman accused of a deadly racist rampage at a Buffalo supermarket seems to fit an all-too-familiar profile: an aggrieved white man steeped in hate-filled conspiracies online, and inspired by other extremist massacres. Payton Gendron of Conklin, New York, appears to have been driven to action roughly two years from when his radical indoctrination … Read more

2022 Midterms: What to watch as 5 states hold primaries

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Former President Donald Trump’s winning streak in US Senate primaries is on the line Tuesday as voters in five states cast their ballots in midterm elections. Trump made bold endorsements in backing celebrity heart surgeon Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania and US Rep. Ted Budd in North Carolina. The once little-known Budd … Read more

Baby formula manufacturer Abbott agrees to consent decree with FDA, could restart plant within 2 weeks, pending court approval

If a court approves the agreement, the company says, it could restart the site within two weeks. It would first resume the production of its specialty metabolic formulas EleCare and Alimentum, followed by Similac and other formulas. After Abbott restarts the site, it will take six to eight weeks for the products to reach store … Read more

Stock Market Today: Dow Futures Rise, Tech Outperforms, China Lockdowns to Ease

text size Fed Chair Jerome Powell is one of six officials from the central bank speaking Tuesday. Tim Williams/Getty Images Stocks rose as China moved to curb Covid-19 lockdowns that have threatened global disruption, with a wave of US economic data and Federal Reserve speakers in the day ahead as investors continue to focus on … Read more

North Korea reports another fever surge amid COVID-19 crisis

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Tuesday reported another large jump in illnesses believed to be COVID-19 and encouraged good health habits as a mass outbreak spreads through its unvaccinated population and military officers were deployed to distribute medicine. State media said the North’s anti-virus headquarters reported another 269,510 people were found with … Read more

Asian markets gain as China COVID progress outweighs Wall Street losses

Shares advanced in Asia on Tuesday after another wobbly day on Wall Street extended a losing streak for markets. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng HSI, +2.23% gained 2.2% while the Nikkei 225 NIK, +0.29% in Tokyo edged 0.4% higher. In Seoul, the Kospi 180721, +0.79% pink 0.8%. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 XJO, +0.15% added 0.2% while the … Read more

Dr. Makary warns that academics and policy makers are not addressing Americans’ health care needs

Health care in America has a major problem, as the academics, public officials and executives in control of the system have become totally disconnected from the needs of the average citizen, one leading public health expert warns. Dr Marty Makary, a public policy expert from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, told DailyMail.com that the … Read more