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Health department warns: ‘Thanksgiving leftovers won’t taste good if you’re on a ventilator’

SALT LAKE CITY - A Utah health department issued a grim warning ahead of Thanksgiving, urging people to avoid in-person gatherings to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus as positive COVID-19 cases surge across the United States.“Thanksgiving leftovers won’t taste as good if you’re on a ventilator.

In fact, if you’ve got COVID-19, they probably won’t taste like anything at all,” one of the posts from the Salt Lake County Health Department read.The health department released a series of posts ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday with attention-grabbing pictures and captions.RELATED: US medical associations urge 'scaled-back' Thanksgiving in open letter to AmericansOne picture showed a dinner guest at the head of a table who had been

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AHMEDABAD : Gujarat on Wednesday reported its highest single-day spike of 1,540 COVID-19 cases, taking the count of infections to 2,01,949, the state health department said.This is the second time in the last four days that the number of daily cases crossed the 1,500-mark.With 14 more persons succumbing to the infection, the cumulative toll in the state went up to 3,906, it said.At the same time, 1,283 patients were discharged from hospitals after treatment, taking the tally of recoveries to 1,83,756, the department said.The state has ramped up COVID-19 testing for early detection of cases.A total of 91,459 tests were conducted in a single day at the rate of 1,407.06 tests per day per million population, raising the total samples tested so
BMC Medicine.According to the study, among the study participants eating a vegan diet, there were close to 20 more cases of fractures per 1,000 people over a 10-year period. In particular, vegans faced a higher risk of fractures of the hips and legs, as well as other main site fractures, such as the clavicle, ribs, and vertebrae.

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