Two people were injured, one seriously, in a Thursday morning fire in Dunedin. Dunedin Fire Rescue said the first call about the fire came in at 9:10 a.m.
What does it mean when you get a faint line on a COVID test? There are a few possibilities. Doctors weigh in.
Walking 10,000 steps a day is one of those mysteriously decided good things we should all do, much like drinking eight glasses of water a day. Evan Brittain, a cardiologist and associate professor at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Tennessee, co-wrote an October 2022 study published in Nature Medicine journal that measured how much exercise people actually got using Fitbit fitness trackers during a median of four years. “We looked across every human disease that showed up in unbiased analysis,” Brittain says.
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Kaiya Wilkins is in the hospital with life-threatening complications that are putting her heart, lungs and other vital organs at risk.
- The Telegraph
Pele has been moved to palliative end-of-life care at a hospital in Sao Paulo, according to reports in Brazil.
A 41 year-old woman's blood cancer was misdiagnosed as carpal tunnel because of her burning hand pain
When Roban Lampkin arrived at urgent care in searing pain, clinicians misdiagnosed her with carpal tunnel. She actually had multiple myeloma.
The virus is more likely to survive on certain foods, depending on the conditions in which they’re stored.
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Story at a glance Although alcohol consumption is a leading modifiable risk factor for cancer, many Americans are unaware of the link between the disease and drinking. Seven cancer types are associated with alcohol consumption, and risks increase alongside intake. Researchers suggest putting cancer warning labels on beverages could help raise awareness. A low number…
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Georgia injury report ahead of SEC Championship
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When everyone around them stops taking pandemic precautions, it gets harder for immunocompromised Americans to protect themselves against COVID.
One of mayor-elect Karen Bass' stepdaughters was injured during a hit-and-run crash in the Fairfax District on Thursday. The injuries are not considered to be serious.
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It’s not your imagination. It seems like everyone is getting sick in Florida.
Sharp abdominal pain struck Jessie Sanders' body. For almost two weeks in November 2021, she couldn't eat, work out or move. All she did was lie in bed.
A 'green' Mediterranean diet burns visceral fat faster than a classic Med diet, reducing risks of heart disease and cancer, study finds
A Mediterranean diet with extra greens can help you lose a risky type of body fat linked to health risks like heart disease, according to new studies.
But not all experts are convinced
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More than 20 people were injured when a school bus crashed into a house on a residential street in the Spring Valley/New Hempstead section of Ramapo.
- Ukrayinska Pravda
Eight people, including five law enforcement officers, have been injured following an explosion in the parking lot of the regional office of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Odesa. Source: Local Odesa news outlet Dumska, Suspilne [Ukraine's public broadcaster] Details: According to Dumska, a grenade explosion occurred in the afternoon of 2 December in the parking lot of the administrative building of the Main Directorate of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Odesa Oblast, on Prok
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The company behind a popular line of laundry detergent and cleaning products has issued a voluntary recall due to possible bacterial contamination. The Laundress first issued a safety notice on Nov. 17, urging customers to stop using its products completely. "We have identified the potential presence of elevated levels of bacteria in some of our products that present a safety concern," the company wrote in part, before adding that it would provide an update at a later date.
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Black physicians are fascinated but not surprised by recent data that suggests Black people’s brains are likely to age faster than those of other races due to stressors such as racism.
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Health officials said Friday that 7.5% of outpatient medical visits last week were due to flu-like illnesses. The annual winter flu season usually doesn’t get going until December or January, but this one began early and has been complicated by the simultaneous spread of other viruses. Other years also didn't have this year's unusually strong wave of RSV, or respiratory syncytial virus, a common cause of cold-like symptoms that can be serious for infants and the elderly.
- The Conversation
What the archaeological record reveals about epidemics throughout history – and the human response to them
Dead men do tell tales through their physical remains. AP Photo/Francesco BelliniThe previous pandemics to which people often compare COVID-19 – the influenza pandemic of 1918, the Black Death bubonic plague (1342-1353), the Justinian plague (541-542) – don’t seem that long ago to archaeologists. We’re used to thinking about people who lived many centuries or even millennia ago. Evidence found directly on skeletons shows that infectious diseases have been with us since our beginnings as a specie