A 15-year-old boy with autism started a nonprofit to help hamsters get adopted, and this weekend, he'll have a booth at Walk With Autism 2022.
- Miami Herald
Bottles of medication designed to keep blood pressure down contained medication designed to help prevent strokes and blood clots in people with heart conditions, causing a recall of one lot of each.
- Business Insider
One of the most popular ways of telling if you're a healthy weight is bogus — here's what you should do instead
The Body Mass Index, or BMI chart, was invented in the 1800s, and it's a pretty imperfect scale. A leading obesity researcher explains why.
Terry Bradshaw, a Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback and one of the co-hosts on Fox NFL Sunday, revealed Sunday on air that he has battled cancer twice in the last year. Bradshaw had an incident during the pregame show last week and addressed them on Sunday’s episode before the rest of the schedule kicked off. “Last week on […]
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- The Columbus Dispatch
Progressive itching that intensifies over a few weeks, accompanied by a yellowing of the eyes and skin, can be a sign of pancreatic cancer.
- The Daily Beast
Lydia Zuraw/KHNBy Jay HancockI woke up in a strange bedroom with 24 electrodes glued all over my body and a plastic mask attached to a hose covering my face.The lab technician who watched me all night via video feed told me that I had “wicked sleep apnea” and that it was “central sleep apnea”—a type that originates in the brain and fails to tell the muscles to inhale.As a journalist—and one terrified by the diagnosis—I set out to do my own research. After a few weeks of sleuthing and interviewin
- Women's Health
After a double mastectomy, breast cancer survivor Christina Miner opted out of reconstructive surgery. Here’s what she wants you to know, why she stayed flat.
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The new bivalent COVID-19 boosters are available across the U.S. Here's where to go and when to get it.
- Women's Health
There have long been rumors that tomatoes can trigger inflammation in the body, leading to arthritis. But is this actually true? Here's what a doctor says.
Wastewater monitoring is the 'public health dream' that helped fight COVID. But it also raises big ethical questions
Wastewater surveillance has provided many benefits during the COVID pandemic. But the same technology could threaten personal freedom.
- KABC – Los Angeles
A violent crash left 10 people injured on the 10 Freeway Saturday night in Yucaipa, investigators say.
I've had breast cancer twice. Here's the advice I'd give someone like Katie Couric who's just gotten their own diagnosis.
Katie Couric recently disclosed a breast-cancer diagnosis. As someone who's had it twice, I have advice about what newly diagnosed people can expect.
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
During Fox NFL Sunday, Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw disclosed some important personal information. Within the past year, he has had two forms of cancer. Bradshaw said he was diagnosed in late 2021 with bladder cancer. He received treatment at the Yale University Medical Center, including surgery. “As of today, I am bladder cancer [more]
- LA Times
A highly infectious bird flu that has felled millions of birds globally is in California. Experts worry it could affect our food supply.
- Motley Fool
The healthcare industry is a great place to start. Let's examine two biotechs that seem to be able to do that: Gilead Sciences (NASDAQ: GILD) and CRISPR Therapeutics (NASDAQ: CRSP). Gilead Sciences is a leader in the market for HIV drugs although the company has recently faced some headwinds in this space.
- Washington Post
Mehmet Oz looked directly into the camera and introduced his daytime television viewers to a "controversial" weight loss approach: taking a hormone that women produce during pregnancy combined with a diet of 500 calories a day. "Does it really work? Is it safe? Is it a miracle? Or is it hype?" he asked in a 2011 episode of "The Dr. Oz Show" before introducing his audience to "human chorionic gonadotropin," or HCG, and to a weight loss doctor who promoted it.Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter
The longtime broadcaster addressed why he struggled with his breath and speech patterns during last Sunday’s broadcast of the Emmy award-winning show.
Research Highlights: Pregnant women with severe preeclampsia who took a daily dose of extended-release nifedipine (an oral, once-daily pill) when labor was induced had better blood pressure control during labor and were less likely to need fast-acting...
Katie Couric told the TODAY show Monday that she felt "lucky" to have her cancer detected at stage 1A so treatment could start early.
Former TODAY anchor Katie Couric joined TODAY live to open up about her breast cancer diagnosis and the importance of screenings.