• Jay Cutler active, Marshawn Lynch questionable for Week 4

    This week's injury report leads off with a trio of quarterbacks and their statuses for Sunday.

    SB Nation
  • Ohio mom says son knew risks of painkiller-laced heroin

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio mother whose adult son died of a drug overdose this year said her son knew the risks posed by painkiller-laced heroin flooding the state.

    Associated Press
  • MSF: medical giant of the humanitarian world

    Doctors Without Borders (MSF), whose Kunduz hospital in Afghanistan was hit by a suspected US air strike on Saturday, is one of the largest medical charities in the world, counting more than 36,000 volunteers working in 60 countries. MSF was founded on December 21, 1971 when a team of French medics…

  • Healthcare's Trick or Treats: What We're Watching in October

    Healthcare IT will continue to be big as a new standard of coding rolls out, and Shire's upcoming FDA decision won't leave a dry eye in the country

    Motley Fool
  • 6 Weird Signs You're Not Getting Enough Iron

    If you’ve gradually gone from feeling spunky and energetic to feeling exhausted and struggling to climb the stairs (let alone get in a daily workout), iron deficiency might be to blame. It’s the most common nutritional deficiency in the United States and women are at higher risk than men.…

    Prevention on Yahoo
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    NFL players raise breast cancer awareness with pink campaign (9 photos)

    The NFL, its clubs, players, the NFL Players Association, and the American Cancer Society are committed to saving lives from breast cancer and addressing the unequal burden of cancer in underserved communities. Our campaign, "A Crucial Catch," in partnership with the American Cancer Society, is…

    Yahoo Sports
  • Bulls: Derrick Rose advised to stay away from team while eye heals

    Derrick Rose has been advised by doctors to stay away from outdoor light for a few more days while his eye heals more, Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg said at Saturdays practice. Its unlikely hell be in the building for the Bulls preseason opener against the Milwaukee Bucks Tuesday night at the United…

    Comcast SportsNet Chicago
  • How to Double Your Money Every 4 Years

    In a recent study, a group of University professors show how 539 individual investors were able to consistently double their money every 3.5 years.

  • Luck Out With Shoulder Injury

    What started as a surprise limited portion of practice on Wednesday has apparently gotten worse. Andrew Luck will miss the first game of his four-year NFL career because of a shoulder injury. Matt Hasselbeck will start in his place against the Jaguars in Indianapolis.

    Sports on Earth
  • How to be human: how can I get help for PTSD?

    Leah Reich was one of the first internet advice columnists. Her column "Ask Leah" ran on IGN, where she gave advice to gamers for two and a half years. During the day, Leah is Slack’s user researcher, but her views here do not represent her employer. You can write to her at

    The Verge
  • Airstrike Hits Hospital in Afghanistan

    Updated October 3 at 12:15 p.m. ET Early Saturday morning, a Doctors Without Borders trauma hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan—the only functioning medical center in that part of the country—was unexpectedly hit by a U.S. airstrike. At least 12 staff members and seven patients were killed, and 37…

    The Atlantic Wire (RSS)
  • AP Exclusive: Legal marijuana stirs hope in Illinois town

    ALBION, Ill. (AP) — A skunky aroma fills the room in which hundreds of lush marijuana plants grow, some nearly ready for harvest. Grower Ashley Thompson, a former high school agriculture teacher in this rural part of southeastern Illinois, takes the scent of weed home with her.

    Associated Press
  • TPP talks bog down on US push for drug protections

    The US demand for longer protections for biologic drugs bogged down talks on the Trans-Pacific Partnership for another day on Saturday. With the top-level negotiations to finalize the huge trade agreement already extended two days, Washington's partners in the 12-country talks appeared to be…

  • How to Survive a Breakup

    Dan Ariely answers readers’ questions on broken hearts, unhealthy habits and the Volkswagen scandal.

    The Wall Street Journal
  • Progress for Children's Health

    Recently released data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey show the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is working and helping get people health coverage. This is a welcome stark contrast to new census data showing children remain our poorest age group and the younger they are the poorer…

    Huffington Post
  • The Truth About Emotions and Your Health

    I hear more people confess to feeling depressed, anxious, isolated, or all of the above, now than ever before. This emotional discord within millions makes me wonder, What exactly is missing from our lives that causes us to feel so turbulent and troubled?What's missing is different for each of us:…

    Huffington Post
  • Zak Irvin expected to return for start of season

    The 6-foot-6 Irvin averaged 14.3 points and 4.8 rebounds last year.

    NBC Sports
  • Scientists are working on an “exercise pill” so you never have to work out again

    Imagine if, instead of sweating on the treadmill and forcing yourself through repetitive sit-ups, you could have the benefits of exercise without any of the effort. That scenario isn’t a ridiculous fantasy but a serious scientific goal, and researchers have recently published a major breakthrough:…