Health

Dr. Yure Maia dies at the age of 44 – Acorda Cidade

Published on 10/27/2021 4:15 pm. Yure Maia worked as medical director of Unimed Feira de Santana and of the Health Department. Photo: Social Media/Reproduction Laiane Cruz Updated at 5:33 pm The 44-year-old general practitioner Yure Maia Fonseca de Jesus, who worked in several hospitals in Feira de Santana, died this …

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Recovering education is a priority in a SNE project

The report of the main complementary bill of the SNE (National Education System), released today, prioritizes the creation of an emergency plan to recover the learning lost during the covid-19 pandemic. The goal is for the system to function as a SUS (Unified Health System) in the area of ​​education. …

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Santa Casa de São Paulo sells Hospital Santa Isabel to Rede D’Or for R$ 280 million – Economy

THE Santa Casa de Misericordia de São Paulo, one of the most traditional non-profit hospitals in the city, announced the sale of its private unit, Hospital Santa Isabel, to Rede D’Or São Luiz for R$280 million. The deal was unanimously approved by the administrative board of the Irmandade da Santa …

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Antidepressant may reduce risk of hospitalization for Covid-19, study says

The use of the drug fluvoxamine to treat high-risk outpatients who had an early diagnosis of Covid-19 reduced the need for hospitalization or prolonged observation in emergencies. This is shown by the results of a clinical trial published in the scientific journal The Lancet Global Health, this Wednesday (27). The …

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Senate wants more access to breast cancer diagnosis and treatment

In order to ask for support for public policies that facilitate access to diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, the Senate held today (26) a solemn session on the subject. The action was part of the closing of the Pink October campaign, which aims to share information and raise awareness …

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In tests in Brazil, fluvoxamine reduces prolonged hospitalization by Covid – Revista Galileu

+ In tests in Brazil, fluvoxamine reduces prolonged hospitalization by Covid (Photo: Hal Gatewood/Unsplash) A new clinical trial carried out with Brazilian patients demonstrated that the use of fluvoxamine reduced the need for prolonged hospitalization in people diagnosed early with Covid-19. Published this Wednesday (27) in The Lancet Global Health, …

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Cities face hand-foot-mouth disease outbreak; see symptoms

The municipality of Chapecó, in Santa Catarina, is facing an outbreak of hand-foot-mouth disease. At least eight schools have registered cases and, since September 29, 63 diagnoses have been confirmed in children in the city. Just last week, there were 24 confirmations. According to the city’s Epidemiological Surveillance, the disease …

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STEP BY STEP | Learn how to schedule the RT-PCR exam by SUS in ES

Photo: Reproduction / Sesa Available free of charge to all Espirito Santo, the RT-PCR tests are being offered in more than 20 points of Espírito Santo. The exam does not require a medical recommendation or the presence of symptoms. Just make the appointment on the website. See the step-by-step steps …

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Are you going back to the office? See how wearing high heels can be bad for your health

High heels are seen as synonymous with fashionable elegance, but their prolonged use not only causes foot pain, it can affect health in different ways, and some women want to stop wearing them often because of this. Movements to replace this type of footwear have been gaining acceptance in different …

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at what age to start doing?

© thomasandreas/iStock Mammography: at what age do you start having it? We already know that mammography can save lives. After that simple statement comes a lot of discussion. Should women start testing at age 40 or wait until age 50? The recommendation of when to start having a mammogram can …

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