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We'll continually to provide you timely articles and insights on healthcare, lifestyle, wellbeing, and community.

Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Is on the Rise as Winter Approaches

In recent weeks, you may have been hearing about RSV, or respiratory syncytial virus: a fairly common bug that tends to emerge in the wintertime. In fact, most children have been infected with the virus by age 2.For most adults and older, healthy children, RSV symptoms are similar to the common cold and can be treated effectively at home. However, a more severe infection could be a concern for babies under 1 year old – especially premature babies – as well as immunocompromised individuals, those with heart and lung disease, or elderly populations.

COVID-19 Survivors May Develop Mental Illness Later

Over time, we’re finding that the adverse health effects of COVID-19 don’t necessarily end when a patient no longer has an active infection. In fact, according to a new study from the medical journal The Lancet Psychiatry, one in five Covid survivors develop a mental illness a short time after being diagnosed.

10 Causes of Discolored Urine

For most, the color of your urine on a normal day might range from pale yellow to pale amber. But what does it mean when you don’t have yellow urine? There are many causes of discolored urine, and many factors can cause your urine to change in appearance – even something as simple as what you eat. In other cases, discolored urine could be a sign of something that requires medical attention. Read on to learn more about dark urine causes and some of the most common reasons for discolored urine.

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