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    Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer said Monday that it’s voluntarily recalling six lots and two generics of its blood pressure pill Accuretic distributed by Greenstone The recall is nationwide. More Recall News Pfizer said the recall is due to the presence of nitrosamines, which are above the Acceptable Daily Intake level. The company also said that while nitrosamines are common in water and foods like cured and grilled meats, dairy products and vegetables, they “may increase the risk of cancer if people are exposed to them above acceptable levels over long periods of time.” Accuretic is used to treat hypertension. So far, Pfizer said it’s not aware of “adverse events that have been assessed to be related to this recall” and added that “there is no immediate risk to patients taking this medication,” but patients should talk to their doctor about alternative treatments. The NDC, lot number, expiration date, strength configuration for the recall are listed below. Accuretic™ (quinapril HCl/hydrochlorothiazide) tablets, 10/12.5 mgAccuretic™ (quinapril HCl/hydrochlorothiazide) tablets, 20/12.5 mgAccuretic™ (quinapril HCl/hydrochlorothiazide) tablets, 20/25 mg NDC Lot Number Expiration Date Strength Configuration/Count ...
    (CNN)Steve Stricker, captain of the recent victorious US Ryder Cup team, says he feels "lucky" to be alive after a serious illness required time in hospital. Speaking to Wisconsin.Golf, the 54-year-old explained that inflammation around his heart led to two stints in the hospital in November last year. Stricker said that the "mysterious ailment" -- which included irregular heart rate, soaring white blood cell count and declining liver count -- caused him to lose 25 pounds, dropping him to "freshman-in-high school weight."He was initially admitted to the hospital in November. After 11 days at UW Health University Hospital, Stricker was discharged on the day before Thanksgiving, only to be re-admitted three days later."My liver numbers started getting worse. My white blood cell count was jacked up really high. I was fighting something, but they couldn't find out what it was. My liver was going downhill. I got jaundice. I was yellow and peeing out Pepsi-colored pee," Stricker said.Read More"A couple of times I was like: 'What is going on? Everything is going the wrong way.' It wasn't fun. You don't...
    (CNN)Where zombies are grotesque, werewolves are unsophisticated and mummies are mindless, bloodthirsty vampires have style, intelligence and storytelling potential in spades. For centuries, the bloodsuckers have fascinated and frightened us, occupying the most macabre corners of our collective imagination. There's a reason we're so drawn to them, says one expert of supernatural lore: Of all our other monsters, vampires are the most human."Modern vampires are sympathetic characters," said Phil Stevens, a cultural anthropologist and associate professor at the University of Buffalo. "They are stuck in a terrible cosmic infinity, doomed to a life of deception necessitated by their need for human blood." Spooky movies to get you in the Halloween spiritIt doesn't hurt, either, that they're traditionally "sophisticated, elite, good-looking, sexy," Stevens said. "Vampires are romantic and sexy beings," he told CNN in an email. "They don't go through an ugly, terrifying transition, as were-animals must."Read MoreBy turns tragic and terrible, intriguing and repulsive, vampire stories have long endured. From Bela Lugosi's definitive Dracula to the Staten Island-dwelling nitwits of the FX series "What We Do in the Shadows,"...
    (CNN)The safety committee of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has found that the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine can cause unusual blood clots with low blood platelets, but stresses the overall benefits of the vaccine in preventing coronavirus outweigh the risks of side effects. "EMA is reminding healthcare professionals and people receiving the vaccine to remain aware of the possibility of very rare cases of blood clots combined with low levels of blood platelets occurring within 2 weeks of vaccination," the agency said in a statement Wednesday. "So far, most of the cases reported have occurred in women under 60 years of age within 2 weeks of vaccination. Based on the currently available evidence, specific risk factors have not been confirmed."This is a breaking story, more to follow...
    Florida governor trying to prevent real catastrophic flood situation at reservoir Biden effort to combat hunger marks ‘a profound change’ Dota 2’s player count continues to fall, and that’s bad news for both the game's fans and Valve. © Provided by Win.gg Invoker The reveal of new animated series DOTA: Dragon’s Blood was met warmly by fans who were hopeful that the show might bring in new players or lure back those who had left the game behind. And when this was followed by the long-awaited rollout of an improved new player experience for the game, many felt that big things were on the horizon for Dota 2. The cherry on top of all this was the ONE Esports Singapore Major, the first proper international tournament in Dota 2 in over a year. All signs pointed towards March being a huge month for Dota 2, but that wasn't the case for the game itself.  Dota 2’s player count dipped last month, with both its average player count and peak player count dropping from February according to Steam Charts. The...
    Maryland authorities have charged a mother for attempted murder after she allegedly tried to slash her three-year-old's daughter throat with scissors before turning them on herself.  The Montgomery County Department of Police said in a Monday press release that Anne Catherine Akers, 28, was charged with one count of attempted second-degree murder, one count of first-degree assault, and one count of first-degree child abuse.  A relative of Akers' called 911 at around 10.50am to the mother's residence on the 13000 block of Hathaway Drive in the Wheaton-Glenmont area, near Washington D.C., after finding blood on the floor of the home.  Anne Catherine Akers, 28, was charged with attempted second-degree murder, one count of first-degree assault, and one count of first-degree child abuse RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Gibberish US Strategic Command Twitter post was by a CHILD... Florida Governor Ron DeSantis vows to ban 'completely... Share this article Share Officers responding to the home found blood on the floor, along with the scissors.  Akers was found on the bedroom floor with a...
    WHEATON, Md. (WJZ) — A 28-year-old Montgomery County woman was charged in the attempted murder of her three-year-old daughter over the weekend. Anne Catherine Akers of the 13000 block of Hathaway Drive in the Wheaton-Glenmont area was charged with one count of attempted second-degree murder, one count of first-degree assault, and one count of first-degree child abuse. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: Positivity Rate Nears 5% As Hospitalizations Jump To Over 1K Anne Catherine Akers. Credit: Montgomery County Police According to Montgomery County police, their 911 call center received a call around 10:50 a.m. Saturday from Akers’ relative saying when he arrived at her home he saw blood on the floor. He said he left immediately and called 911. When officers arrived, they saw blood and a pair of scissors on the floor. They found Akers suffering from a laceration to her neck and then found her three-year-old daughter wrapped in a blanket. The little girl also had life-threatening injuries to her neck. READ MORE: Vigil For Tara Savannah Payne To Be Held Monday Night In Baltimore They were both...
    Taking muscle-building anabolic steroids can leave men with long-lasting impaired testicular function for years, a study reveals.   Researchers in Copenhagen, Denmark, tracked a biomarker of testicular function in the blood of current and former anabolic steroid users.  Anabolic steroids are synthetic drugs that mimic the effects of the male hormone testosterone, and their abuse is prevalent among athletes worldwide.  Lowest levels of the biomarker were detected in the men who were using anabolic steroids at the time of the blood test – but former users, some of whom have not taken anabolic steroids for 32 months, also had lower levels of the marker.    The biomarker is produced by cells in the testes that also produce testosterone, indicating anabolic steroids 'persistently impair their capacity'.  Low testosterone can lead to reduced sex drive, poor erections and a low sperm count. Some anabolic steroids are taken orally, while others are injected into the muscle or provided in gels or creams. They can harm of men's testicular function years after they stop abusing steroids, experts warn ANABOLIC STEROIDS AND BODY DYSMORPHIA People of all ages have been known...
    This article was medically reviewed by Kailey Proctor, MPH, RDN, CSO, a board-certified oncology dietitian at the Center for Cancer Prevention and Treatment at Providence St. Joseph Hospital.  Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. Counting carbs can help with weight loss and can help maintain your blood sugar levels. Ryan McVay/Getty Images To count carbs, you need to track how many grams of carbs you consume in each food you eat. Carbs are a type of nutrient that is your body's main source of energy.  Counting carbs may aid your weight loss goals and help control your sugar intake.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Carbohydrates (or carbs) are a type of nutrient that occur naturally in several foods, including grains, nuts, seeds, fruits, vegetables, legumes, and milk....
    For much of The Mandalorian, Baby Yoda has existed as the show’s ultimate MacGuffin. The Empire — particularly, Giancarlo Esposito’s Moff Gideon — has been willing to go through huge expense and effort to get their hands on the little green guy, but one of the biggest questions in the series has been “why?” Season 2, episode 4, “The Siege,” finally gives an answer — but it’s tied to one of the most controversial, even reviled, aspects of George Lucas’ prequel films. Spoilers below for The Mandalorian season 2, episode 4, and the Star Wars films It’s midi-chlorians. As a recording of bespectacled Dr. Pershing (last seen taking a blood sample from Baby Yoda in season 1) reveals, Moff Gideon appears to be experimenting with injecting test subjects with Baby Yoda’s blood — and the midi-chlorians within it — in order to make his own Force-powered soldiers. Image: Lucasfilm Ltd. To backtrack a bit, the idea of midi-chlorians was first introduced in The Phantom Menace when Qui-Gon Jinn...
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