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High rates of polypharmacy-associated adverse events seen in older people with HIV

Aging people with HIV have more drug interactions compared to those without HIV, according to the results of an observational study. The results of an observational study revealed that for each additional drug, aging people with HIV have more drug interactions compared to people without HIV. Results, published in Lancet …

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Immigration: Due to court order, “stay in Mexico” rules for migrants set to resume on Monday

Mexico agreed to the terms of the revamped program on Thursday and said it would start accepting migrants. The program, which requires non-Mexican migrants to stay in Mexico until the date of their appearance in U.S. immigration court, was suspended at the start of President Joe Biden’s term and formally …

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Latest updates: UK house prices rise with record average of £ 252,687

Omicron has been detected in at least 20 countries, as governments around the world impose restrictions to limit the spread of the latest variant of the coronavirus. Nigeria joined the list on Wednesday, while Hong Kong reported a fourth infection upon the arrival of a traveler from Qatar. “Further epidemiological …

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Have you heard the new Republican conspiracy theory on the Omicron variant?

“Here is the SRM – the variant of the midterm elections,” Jackson tweeted, who, not for nothing, is also a doctor. “They NEED a reason to push unsolicited mail-in ballots nationwide. Democrats will do anything to CHEAT in an election – but we’re not going to let them!” And then …

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Omicron: world on high alert over new variant of coronavirus

The new, potentially more transmissible mutation was first discovered in South Africa and has since been detected in the UK, Germany, Israel, Italy, the Czech Republic and Hong Kong. Israel is banning all foreigners from entering the country in response to Omicron’s fears, authorities said on Saturday. The ban, pending …

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Latest updates: BioNTech will take two weeks to evaluate vaccine against latest variant of Covid

The Ukrainian president said he had received information about a Russian-backed plan to overthrow his administration next week. “We have received information that there will be a coup in our country,” Volodymyr Zelensky said at a press conference on Friday. He specified December 1 or 2 as potential dates. Zelensky …

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Unemployment registrations at their lowest since 1969

Unemployment claims last week totaled 199,000 after adjusting for seasonal fluctuations, the lowest level since November 15, 1969. Claims for benefits soared into millions in March 2020 as the pandemic shut down the U.S. economy. Over the next 20 months, claims declined more or less continuously. They peaked at 6.15 …

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The United States has positioned special operations near Ethiopia for possible assistance from the American embassy

The activation of some army rangers from the 1/75 Battalion suggests that the United States is increasingly concerned about the deteriorating security situation as allied armed groups against the Ethiopian government have advanced south in direction of the capital Addis Ababa. In what a defense official with first-hand knowledge of …

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Another accusation of electoral fraud erupts in the face of Republicans

The Hartle mystery is now solved. And it turns out that the fraud was committed by a Republican. Hartle was married to Las Vegas businessman Donald Kirk Hartle, a registered Republican. In November 2020, Hartle Recount Las Vegas 8 News Now (KLAS-TV) said he felt “in disbelief” when he discovered …

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Biden declared “healthy” and “vigorous” after his first presidential physical exam

WASHINGTON – President Biden’s personal physician said on Friday he was a “healthy, vigorous 78-year-old man” who was fit to serve, after the president underwent a comprehensive medical assessment and briefly transferred powers to the vice president so that he could undergo a colonoscopy. Dr Kevin O’Connor, the president’s doctor, …

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