Patrick Burshia told NBC News’ Gabe Gutierrez that he regretted not getting the Covid-19 vaccine and encouraged others to get vaccinated because he “would not wish this stuff on my worst enemy.” He recently passed away, leaving behind a young son.
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The articles were discovered during a search of Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park in North Port, Florida. Laundrie is the only person of interest in Gabby Petito's death.
- Women's Health
Many cold and COVID-19 symptoms are similar, including runny nose, sore throat, and cough. Here's how to tell the difference between the two.
My doctor didn't believe me when I was sick. I'm using my story to empower my daughters to tell me when they don't feel well.
The author shares how it took her years to feel like herself again after being misdiagnosed. She wants her daughters to speak up when something hurts.
- HuffPost Life
Curious what activities may be associated with higher COVID-19 transmission? Here's what data suggests.
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Mom enrages son with her ‘unbelievable’ reason for skipping his wedding: ‘He’ll never speak to me again’
People felt the mother was picking sides in the family.
Chinese father uses online studies to develop a homemade treatment for his son’s rare genetic disease
A Chinese father took it upon himself to develop a cure for a rare genetic disease that his son was diagnosed with. A father’s devotion: Xu Wei, a 30-year-old online entrepreneur with no prior college education, devoted his time to learning and developing medicine at home after his one-year-old son Haoyang was diagnosed with Menkes disease, reported South China Morning Post. The disorder, which affects the cellular transport of copper, is associated with seizures, stunted growth, failure to thrive, unstable body temperature and intellectual disability, according to the National Organization for Rare Disorders.
- Eating Well
This Is How Long You Should Exercise Each Week to Help Lower Your Risk for Cancer, According to Science
46,000 cases of cancer in America could potentially be prevented each year if we move THIS much.
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Cary and Tim Patonai welcomed son Finnley two weeks early. Their baby boy weighed in over 14 pounds – twice the size of an average newborn.
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According to researchers at Durham University, this could be a breakthrough therapy for people with Parkinson's disease and traumatic brain injuries.
The word "colonoscopy" has always been one I have dreaded hearing. At 14, I was diagnosed by a gastroenterologist with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which causes stomach pain and other intestinal symptoms, like bloating and diarrhea.
- Good Housekeeping
Here are the details about what Alex and Mauricio do for work!
- Business Insider
Jennifer Gates spoke about her recent wedding with Vogue, where she talked about the impacts of the pandemic and "transitions" in her family.
- Miami Herald
A third passenger was in the car with the couple and was killed.
Here’s What Kourtney’s Kids Think of Her Engagement to Travis Amid Reports Their Dad Scott Is Going ‘Crazy’
Kourtney and Scott share three children together.
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"Had I not been vaccinated, and with all my medical issues, this would be a far more dire situation," Cavuto said in a statement on Tuesday.
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Authorities are investigating whether the remains belong to Brian Laundrie.
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Groom faces backlash over his ‘shocking’ wedding day behavior toward his family: ‘I’d be ashamed of myself’
He stiffed a family member out of money more than once.
Data: CDC; Note: Data represents 30% of Americans across 16 jurisdictions: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York City, Seattle/King County, Wash., Utah and Wisconsin; Chart: Danielle Alberti/AxiosEven vaccinated Americans who are 80 or older are at higher risk of dying from the coronavirus than anyone — vaccinated or not — under the age of 50, according to CDC data.Why it matters: The vaccine
Texas 'serial killer' nurse is convicted of murdering 4 patients by injecting air into their arteries after heart surgery
Prosecutors said William George Davis injected air into the arteries of four men after they underwent heart surgery at a Tyler, Texas hospital.
The Republican governor asked "where does this end?" and received some stinging responses.