A 6-year-old girl in Tilton, New Hampshire was in stable condition after police said she was injured when her father's firearm accidentally discharged.
All westbound I-80 lanes and the number one eastbound lane west of 193 were blocked due to a major injury collision.
"I receive dead insects in the mail all the time with fungal infections. I’m often very excited when they arrive."
After surviving a cardiac arrest at just 24, Brittany Williams is on a mission to educate people about heart health and CPR. She also shares the warning sign that she dismissed.
- The Telegraph
Until recently, a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes was considered a one-way street. It meant a lifetime of medication and declining health. But a growing body of evidence indicates that many people, especially in the early stages of the disease, can put their Type 2 diabetes into remission simply by losing weight.
- The Telegraph
Britain’s most prolific blood donor donated 25 times in 2022 and has been giving platelets every two weeks for more than 15 years.
This news anchor was told she had acid reflux—the next day she was hospitalized and had fluid drained from around her heart. Here’s what you need to know about pericarditis
Vossoughian told viewers she asked herself: “Is this it?” while being rushed through the ER.
In the opening of HBO’s The Last of Us, a couple of scientists on a 1960s-era interview show debate the possibility of a fungus-driven pandemic destroying humanity. It not only sets the tone for the show, it makes you wonder if something like that could actually happen. The answer: No. At least, not right now. In the future, though, it’s a possibility.
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Doctor admitted 'I made a mistake' after death of Michigan man, then was disciplined for misreading mammograms in New Hampshire.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Five people in Cooke County were exposed to rabies after handling infected livestock. Here’s how the viral disease can spread to humans.
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Ritzau Scanpix/Mads Claus Rasmussen via ReutersThe same highly pathogenic bird-flu virus that’s killed tens of millions of chickens and other birds over the past year just got a lot closer to infecting people, too.An unusual outbreak of the H5N1 virus in minks—relatives of weasels—at a Spanish fur farm last fall also exposed the farm’s staff to the virus. Swift action by health authorities helped prevent any human infections. This time.But bird flu isn’t going away. And as H5N1 continues to circ
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HOT FLASHES, SLEEPLESSNESS, PAIN DURING SEX: FOR SOME OF MENOPAUSE’S WORST SYMPTOMS, THERE’S AN ESTABLISHED TREATMENT. WHY AREN’T MORE WOMEN OFFERED IT? For the past two or three years, many of my friends, women mostly in their early 50s, have found themselves in an unexpected state of suffering. The cause of their suffering was something they had in common, but that did not make it easier for them to figure out what to do about it, even though they knew it was coming: It was menopause. Sign up
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Concerns of potential listeria contamination led to the recall of more than 400 products ranging from breakfast sandwiches to lasagna and cut fruit.
Check your fridge before making a snack today because many common items have just been recalled — and you’ll want to pay attention. The US Food and Drug Administration announced the recall of more than 400 fruit cups, breakfast sandwiches, yogurt, salads, and more due to a possible Listeria contamination. The Baltimore-based company, Fresh Ideation […]
- Dog Time
Brucellosis in dogs is a bacterial infection. The condition often affects a dog's reproductive system and can cause miscarriages.
- The Guardian
Experts remain concerned about virus as Biden administration says it will let the public health emergency expire in May
The spread of the avian influenza virus on a mink farm in Spain has some scientists on edge.
ARLINGTON, VA, CHICAGO and DALLAS, February 6, 2023 — Leading health organizations are urging people to get a flu shot if they haven’t already done so. Compared to last year’s mild flu season, the U.S. has already seen more than three times the number...
The Last of Us, eat your heart out. Scientists at the University of Georgia say they’ve developed a vaccine that should be able to protect against a variety of dangerous fungi. In animal studies, the vaccine prevented severe infections and deaths from three types of fungi that often cause opportunistic illness in people. The team now plans to start early human trials.
- Dog Time
Intestinal cancer in dogs is a condition caused by malignant tumors. The tumors are often found in a dog's gastrointestinal system.
- USA TODAY Opinion
COVID remains the third leading cause of death in America, no matter if the emergency is ending. We must now develop innovative oral treatments.