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Study: Uterus Transplants Allow Successful Pregnancies in US Women

More than half of American women who undergo uterus transplants have successful pregnancies; a new study show. 19 among the 33 US women who received uterus transplants have delivered a total of 21 babies. "Uterus transplant should be considered a clinical reality in the U.S.," the researchers wrote.These women suffer from absolute uterine factor in

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Americans at all levels are losing their personal savings as inflation outstrips wages. The estimated $2.7 trillion savings of Americans is now slowly being eaten away by rapid price hikes. Data show that the US personal savings rate last month is nearly 29% below its record. According to Moody Analytics, families already spent about $114 billion o

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The Wall Street Journal's last survey of economists raised the recession probability to 44% in the next 12 months. Factors for the recession probability include higher borrowing costs, inflation rate, supply chain problems, and commodity-price shocks. Economists see "dimming chances that a steeper path of interest rate increases by the Fed can cool

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Former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers gives his "best guess" about the United States falling into a recession. "Look, nothing is certain, and all economic forecasts have uncertainty. My best guess is that a recession is ahead," Summers told host Chuck Todd during an appearance on NBC's "Meet The Press." Summers added, "I base that on the fact

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FDA former commissioner Scott Gottlieb doesn't expect a rush rollout of the new COVID-19 vaccine for children below five. "I think it's going to be a little bit more of a slow rollout, relative to what we've seen in past rollouts with the other age groups," Gottlieb said on Sunday while serving as a guest on CBS's "Face the Nation," program. One of

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U.S. regulators finally allowed the first COVID vaccines for infants and preschoolers. This opens the way for vaccinations to begin next week. The FDA gives thumbs up for Moderna and Pfizer shots after its panel's unanimous verdict. This means children below 5 — around 18 million U.S. youngsters — are now eligible for COVID vaccines. Nearly 1 1/2 y

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Recent coronavirus deaths increased by 4% globally after five weeks of decline-WHO. The U.N. health agency said on Thursday that there were 8,700 COVID-19 deaths last week, with a 21% jump in the Americas and a 17% increase in the Western Pacific. According to WHO, COVID cases continued to fall, with 3.2 million recent cases last week. This de

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COVID survivors are susceptible to mental disorders a few months after their sickness, a new study warns. Researchers analyzed data from over 46,000 COVID-positive and people with other respiratory infections. None had a previously known psychiatric disorder. COVID-19 patients have a 25% chance of being diagnosed with a mental health condition in t

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A study found a strong connection between inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and depression. IBD includes Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Besides causing physical pain, patients with IBD are at an increased risk of depression. Researchers also found that IBD-free siblings of the patients were more likely to develop depression. Patients a

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Nursing homes across the US have been greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a survey, many nursing facilities have been closed due to staff shortages and increased costs. Nearly 98% of nursing homes are "experiencing difficulty hiring staff," with 73% of nursing homes reporting they "are concerned about having to close" due to "st

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