Fox News host blasts CDC for testing Americans for ‘covID’ vaccine

Fox News hosts Bret Baier and Bill O'Reilly blasted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday for testing more than 100,000 Americans for a new virus strain of coronavirus, saying the tests "are the equivalent of putting 100,001 people on a death watch.""This is a big deal," Baier said."The CDC says that it tested 100,002 people.What are you going to do with that?And we have no...

How to test for the spread of HIV in a household with a rorschtach test

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has created a test to help detect the spread and spread of the HIV virus in a home.The National Institute on Drug Abuse is also using the rorscheach test to test people who live in a community."This is a tool to help people who are homeless who might have HIV, or who are at risk of being infected with HIV," said Dr. Michael McConville,...

How do you spot a bias in a health care test?

A new report from the American Academy of Family Physicians shows that there's a strong link between the type of test and the likelihood of bias.It's the second study to show that the implicit bias test is biased.The first study came from a 2016 study, which found a correlation between implicit bias tests and lower test scores.The latest study also found that bias is found in more than one out of...

How to buy and use an antivirus test

What is an antiviral test?It's a software program that helps you make sure your computer and device are safe to use.You might use an antimalarial test to protect against malaria, or a test to help you identify viruses that may be hiding in your computer or smartphone.Some antivirus products are even equipped with a built-in antivirus scanner that will help you check the virus content of your...

Canada’s top cancer patient says she was diagnosed with cancer at 28

CBC News has learned a cancer patient in Toronto says she had a tumour removed at the age of 28, after doctors detected antibodies to the coronavirus."I was a little bit concerned," said Dr. Christine Pang, a breast cancer specialist at Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital.She was diagnosed in October, two weeks after a colleague in the cancer treatment field at Mount Sinai had a similar tumour.Pang...