COVID-19 vaccines may not offer complete protection for people with compromised immune systems

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“We are aware that this population may not have the same beneficial response to vaccines that we see in others who are not immunosuppressed,” Dr. Linda Finn, the director of hematology and bone marrow transplant at Ochsner Health, told ABC News. “We do still recommend the vaccines, any benefit they can

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New Research Sheds Light on Coffee and Cardio HealthDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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Researchers at the University of South Australia have concluded that two important markers of cardio health — blood pressure and heart rate — may affect how much coffee people drink.

Published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the new study shows that people with high blood pressure, angina or arrythmia were likely to drink less coffee, decaffeinated coffee or no coffee at all.

The study examined the health reports and coffee consumption habits of more than 390,000 adults from the UK Biobank.

Representing the University of South Australia, the researchers established causal relationships between cardio health and

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The Best Supplements for Men Who Work Out

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Most men associate supplements with improved health. But supplements are just that—a means to supplement your diet. They aren’t going to make a significant impact on your health and fitness unless there are known deficiencies or you’re not meeting your needs through your diet. So before adding a slew of supplements to your regimen, think about if you’re consuming a balanced and varied diet first, then consider where supplements might be able to help. When deciding what to take, note what your goals are, or what you’re trying to achieve. Here, we outline the best supplements for men who work

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Commissioners plan to end COVID restrictions; hospitals at capacity | Hometown

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ELKHART — The Elkhart County mask mandate and limitations on event capacities will end if Gov. Eric Holcomb signs S.B. 5, a bill that would move power to implement restrictions from the county health officer to the county Board of Commissioners.

The commissioners informed Health Officer Dr. Bethany Wait that they intend to end the restrictions when that bill is signed, or if a veto is overridden. There would be no further coronavirus-related restrictions in the county at that point.

“Whatever the state’s going to do, we’re going to follow,” said Commissioner Frank Lucchese, R-1.

Holcomb ended statewide restrictions earlier

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Low risk of coronavirus infection in babies born to moms who test positive

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A new study is backing the guidance that babies born to mothers infected with coronavirus should not be separated after delivery. Researchers at Karolinska Institutet and the Public Health Agency of Sweden said that while the babies born to mothers who tested positive for the virus are likely to be born early, few were actually sickened with coronavirus themselves.

The study, published in JAMA, analyzed almost 90,000 births that occurred in Sweden between March 11, 2020 and Jan. 31, 2021. Within the data, researchers identified 2,323 babies who were born to SARS-CoV-2-positive mothers. About one-third of the moms in this

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