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As I have always had an interest in the medical field, the following are blogs that I have created that deal with some of the most common medical issues that people are diagnosed with.

Medical topics blog has information on 67 different medical conditions, 3 Specialized Procedures and 2 Miscellaneous Topics

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Cancer blog has information on 33 different types of cancer

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Even a mild case of COVID-19 can cause brain changes. It’s too soon to know if the damage lasts and for how long.

A new study provides the most conclusive evidence yet that COVID-19 can damage the brain, even in people who weren’t severely ill.

Analysis showed that people infected with COVID-19 had a greater reduction in their brain volumes overall and performed worse on cognitive tests than those who had not been infected.

The brain areas most affected were those that are related to smell, which makes sense, since many of the people infected around the world lost their sense of smell.

Who can get a second Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine booster?

Two of the nation’s top health agencies authorized and expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to allow older Americans to receive a second booster shot.

The Food and Drug Administration authorized a second dose for people 50 and older at least four months after their first.

The additional booster is especially important for people 65 and older.

Those 50 and older who have underlying medical conditions that increase their risk of severe disease from COVID-19 are also eligible.

Who can get a second COVID booster of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines?

COVID Vaccine Cocktails

The CDC has approved booster doses from competing companies.

As recently as mid-October, only select populations that had completed their primary, two-dose Pfizer series were eligible for a booster.

Now, not only is everyone 16 and older eligible, but they’re also free to choose which type of booster they want — regardless of which pharmaceutical company manufactured their first dose(s).

If you got the single-dose Johnson & Johnson shot, you can get a Moderna or Pfizer booster two months later.

If you completed the primary, two-dose Moderna series, in six months, you can opt for the Pfizer or J&J booster.

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