Health

  • Khloe Kardashian Debuts Cornrows, Explains Her Recent Weight Gain

    Khloe's got a new polarizing 'do. Khloe Kardashian is rocking a new braided 'do! Khloe, 30, stepped out in cornrows on the way to the gym for a morning workout in Beverly Hills, Calif. Monday, rocking giant sunglasses and a matching Nike hoodie and sweats.

    ET Online
  • Joan Rivers’ Selfie-Snapping Doctor Revealed as Throat Specialist to the Stars (Report)

    The ear, nose, and throat specialist who performed a procedure on late comedienne Joan Rivers has been revealed as her personal physician, Dr. Gwen Korovin, according to reports. Pictures posted on Korovin's Facebook show the New York-based specialist has a slew of celebrity clientele, including…

    The Wrap
  • Senate candidate says ex-staffer copied policies

    Senate candidate Monica Wehby on Wednesday blamed a former staff member for policy positions that matched statements from other Republicans word-for-word. Wehby's campaign took down the entire issues section of her website a day after BuzzFeed reported that Wehby's health care plan was strikingly…

    Associated Press
  • San Francisco lawmaker says he takes anti-HIV drug, urges wider use

    An openly gay San Francisco lawmaker went public on Wednesday with his daily use of a highly effective HIV-prevention drug and urged more at-risk city dwellers to do the same. Scott Wiener, a member of the city's Board of Supervisors, said in an op-ed published by the Huffington Post that he takes…

    Reuters
  • NFL Injury Report

    NFL Injury ReportNEW YORK (AP) -- INDIANAPOLIS COLTS at JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS - COLTS: DNP: RB Ahmad Bradshaw (not injury related), CB Darius Butler (neck), LB Jerrell Freeman (hamstring), LB D'Qwell Jackson (not injury related), DT Ricky Jean Francois

    The Associated Press
  • Nebraska health insurance cost dispute unresolved

    A major Nebraska health insurer has been unable to come to terms with one of the state's biggest medical networks, so thousands of people are either facing significantly higher costs or changing doctors. No talks have been held since the contract between Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska and…

    Associated Press
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    Pregnant Mila Kunis Flaunts Baby Bump In Super-Short Shorts As Countdown To Due Date Continues

    Ready-to-pop Mila Kunis is trying to beat the heat! The 31-year-old mama-to-be—who is expecting her first child, a baby girl, with fiancé Ashton Kutcher—was spotted out and about in Los Angeles on Tuesday, where she was snapped rocking a pair of short black biker shorts and a fitted tank as she…

    Wochit
  • Life Just Got A Whole Lot Better For Vet, Cancer Survivor Who Got Home Makeover

    Life Just Got A Whole Lot Better For Vet, Cancer Survivor Who Got Home MakeoverThis army veteran and cancer survivor's life is going to get easier because of a team of Home Depot employees. Veteran Debbie Coleman of Gilbert, Arizona, is a single mom whose

    Huffington Post
  • Bug Delays Apple's HealthKit

    Bug Delays Apple's HealthKit Apple said it discovered a bug in HealthKit, one of the new features of its latest iPhone operating system, delaying the introduction of new fitness and health apps. The company had prepared to launch HealthKit on Wednesday

    The Wall Street Journal
  • New York nurses press for higher staffing levels

    About 700 nurses and supporters rallied Wednesday outside the offices of the Greater New York Hospital Association to press for higher staffing levels at hospitals. The demonstration by the New York State Nurses Association was intended to rally support for a bill in the state legislature that…

    Associated Press
  • Why the Health of Mothers and Newborns Are Inseparable

    Why the Health of Mothers and Newborns Are InseparableI visited Maryam when her baby was 2 weeks old. I had been meaning to go sooner, but the steep, icy roads up to her 'house' in Kabul prohibited an earlier visit. I guess that Maryam was about 15 when

    Huffington Post
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  • Workout Wednesday: JetSet Pilates is Trailblazing Boutique Fitness in Wynwood

    Welcome to Workout Wednesday, where we shed the limelight on Miami's hottest fitness trends, studios and workouts. The only thing dangerous about the new JetSet Pilates in Wynwood, is that Zak the Baker is located next door. Since its first studio opened in South Beach back in 2011, JetSet has been…

    Racked Miami
  • Adrian Peterson didn't just "go too far" — research shows it's never okay to hit a child

    Adrian Peterson didn't just "go too far" — research shows it's never okay to hit a child Last week, NFL running back Adrian Peterson was indicted for child abuse, and has been indefinitely barred from playing for his team, the Minnesota Vikings. It's since emerged that Peterson is accused of…

    Vox.com
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    Washington Hospital blames Affordable Care Act for 31 layoffs

    A Washington Hospital official blames the Affordable Care Act and significant reductions in Medicare for these layoffs.

    KGO – San Francisco
  • Intelligence: Nail Salons in NYC Are Way Grosser Than You Thought

    Among the many surprises in NYC Public Advocate Letitia James' report on the state of New York City nail salons is the fact that over half of them (56%) were in violation of health and safety rules between 2008 and 2012, the New York Observer reports.

    Racked New York
  • Study: Americans endure unwanted care near death

    Americans suffer needless discomfort and undergo unwanted and costly care as they die, in part because of a medical system ruled by "perverse incentives" for aggressive care and not enough conversation about what people want, according to a report released Wednesday. Most people do not document…

    Associated Press
  • Drugstores, retailers dive deeper into vaccines

    Walgreen provided enough flu shots last season to protect a population roughly twice the size of Los Angeles. The nation's biggest drugstores and other retailers are grabbing larger chunks of the immunization market, giving customers more convenient options outside the doctor's office to protect…

    Associated Press