New Study Finds Yet Another Health Benefit Of The COVID Vaccine

A new study suggests there are significant mental health benefits to getting vaccinated. (Photo: VioletaStoimenova via Getty Images)

Getting the coronavirus vaccine provides one obvious and significant health benefit: It protects you from getting seriously sick or dying if you come into contact with the virus.

That, in itself, is amazing. But new research published on Wednesday points to another striking benefit of rolling up your sleeves that should not be dismissed: People who get vaccinated may experience significant improvements in their mental health.

In the study, published in the journal PLoS One, researchers tracked people who received a

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LOVELAND POLICE DEPARTMENT: 19-year-old suffering mental health crisis dies after being shot by Loveland police last month

LOVELAND, Colo. (KDVR) — The District Attorney’s Office says a 19-year-old man shot three times by a Loveland police officer last month has died.

Police responded to a disturbance at 1620 Tennessee St. just before 7 p.m. on Aug. 16.

Alexander Domina was in his backyard with a knife in hand, police said. The Domina family attorney, Mari Newman, said the officer shot Domina in the abdomen three times.

The civil rights attorney said Domina was developmentally delayed and was suffering a mental health crisis.

The body camera

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New Mexico data shows apparent ‘deceleration’ in new COVID-19 cases

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – After more than a month of concern about a steep upward trend of new COVID-19 cases amid the spread of the more infectious Delta variant, New Mexico’s top health officials indicated signs of hope for a slowing rate of new infections. The latest data presented in a news conference Wednesday appears to show a “deceleration of growth in new cases,” however, the state believes hospital capacity will remain a concern for at least another two weeks.

“Although we certainly don’t want to celebrate too early, but I do want to say that we’re happy to see

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Florida Spine Surgeon and Device Company Owner Charged in Kickback Scheme

A Florida orthopedic surgeon and designer of costly spinal surgery implants was arrested Tuesday and charged with paying millions of dollars in kickbacks and bribes to surgeons who agreed to use his company’s devices.

Dr. Kingsley R. Chin, 57, of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is the founder, chief executive officer and owner of SpineFrontier, a device company based in Malden, Massachusetts. He and the company’s chief financial officer, Aditya Humad, 36, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, were each indicted on one count of conspiring to violate federal anti-kickback laws, six counts of violating the kickback statute and one count of conspiracy to commit

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