Monday, January 27, 2020

justin thompson

justin thompson
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Assistant Medical Writer Justin is an assistant writer with an academic background in the science, medical and healthcare. He is known for his ability to take complex medical or healthcare news and make them simple and clear to everyone. Justin loves a challenge and to explore new things, so, next, he took up the challenge of providing news and information through his writings. He joined My Healthy Click with experience writing health content for people in the specialist area of medical conditions and healthy living.

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Women’s rights campaigners have been urging the UK government to ban virginity repair surgery, while other activists are against it. Banning virginity repair surgery, also called virginity restoration, could affect Muslim women who opt for the procedure due to a fear of getting caught about losing their virginity during the wedding night.
New details have been released about the death of Juice Wrld, whose real name is Jarad Higgins. The new details found that the American rapper stepped away from his jet and was waiting in private hanger with his girlfriend at Midway Airport when he gasped out and collapsed to the ground.
US Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams has revealed his detailed smoking cessation report in a press conference on Thursday. He said 40 percent of smokers are not encouraged to quit smoking by their doctors. In a detailed 700-page report, Dr. Adams mentioned the importance of counseling and medications when it comes to quitting smoking.
The FDA released a Complete Response Letter (CRL) to Sarepta Therapeutics on the agency’s website over its drug called golodirsen (Vyondys 53) for the treatment of Duchene muscular dystrophy. The letter mentioned the potential risk of infection and renal toxicity of the drug.
A study conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO) has found that at least one in four children between the ages of 11 and 15 have too little sleep in England. The study questioned nearly 3,400 children and found that 27 percent of them felt too tired to concentrate on their lessons.

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