Monday, November 18, 2019

Scott Bloomer

Scott Bloomer
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https://www.myhealthyclick.com
Scott has been working as a professional science writer for My Healthy Click. He specializes in health care and medical-related topics, including disease, medicine, nutrition, fitness, pharmacology, wellness, public health, and patient education. Because of his educational background, he is quite conversant in the areas of science and technology as well. Though health and science are Scott’s primary areas of expertise, he enjoys learning new things and is happy to engage in independent research to prepare for a news article.

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American model and television host Hannah Jeter has recently revealed that she went into hiding after gaining weight during her pregnancies. She said she gained around 70 pounds during her first pregnancy and 55 pounds during her second. She has two daughters with her husband, Derek Jeter.
A study conducted by the researchers from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and NASA has found that astronaut exercise programs could be useful in cancer patients who are recovering from treatments, such as chemotherapy, radiation, etc. The study was published in the journal Cell.
Patrick Dempsey, the Grey’s Anatomy star, has recently shared his joy from offering free quality care to patients impacted with cancer at Dempsey Center, which he established in 2008. He opened the center after his mother’s devastating battle with ovarian cancer in Maine.
Former FDA Chief Research Scientist on Lasik, Dr. Morris Waxler, who once voted for Lasik eye surgery approval, now wants the FDA to ban the procedure because of its potential complications in some patients. Dr. Waxler even filed a petition to withdraw FDA approval but his efforts went in vain.
A new report has found that new superbugs are a real threat to people because they have become antibiotic-resistant and are killing at least one every 15 minutes. The CDC reported that more than 35,000 have been killed by drug-resistant superbugs. The CDC urged doctors to prescribe antibiotics only when absolutely needed.

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