A 9-year-old girl has been making and collecting hats for children in the hospital. She wants to give back after spending some time in the hospital herself.
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Aurobindo Pharma USA is recalling two lots of quinapril and hydrochlorothiazide tablets due a potential cancer risk.
Research Highlights: Close review of MRI scans found more intensive high blood pressure treatment (targeted to achieve a systolic pressure less than 120 mm Hg) was more effective than a less-intense treatment goal of 140 mm Hg systolic in achieving a ...
- Eating Well
Here's what the research says about this nutritious and versatile type of food.
- Columbia Daily Tribune
MU researchers found just seven symptoms of long COVID tied directly to a COVID infection.
‘My body was breaking down.’ This 75-year old was sick and overweight, and now she’s full of energy and a fitness influencer.
The 75-year-old social media sensation shares how she got off medication and started lifting weights, biking and swimming, and how you can change your life too.
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Cold and flu season is still here. If you're taking Tylenol to ease the pain, here's what you should know.
An MSNBC anchor was told she had acid reflux. The next day she was rushed to the hospital to have fluid drained from around her heart.
Yasmin Vossoughian told Insider she felt frustrated by a misdiagnosis of acid reflux before learning she had heart issues including pericarditis and myocarditis.
College Student Diagnosed with Cancer After Doctors Dismissed Her: 'People Need to Speak Up for Themselves'
“The doctors were saying nothing's wrong with her, she's fine… I just started to feel like I was crazy,” Jessica Sanders, 21, tells PEOPLE
There are many chest pain causes (including a heart attack) that can lead to similar types of discomfort, and it can be really tricky to know what you're actually dealing with.
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Irene Cara's cause of death has been revealed and the Heart & Stroke foundation has deemed it a significant issue in Canada.
MSNBC's Yasmin Vossoughian Says Doctor Dismissed Her Chest Pains as Reflux Then Her 'Nightmare' Began
"My body though, was pretty certain not to believe the reflux," Yasmin Vossoughian said of initially being diagnosed with reflux before it was confirmed she had severe inflammation around her heart
Customers seeking Adderall, oxycodone, and other medications at Mexican pharmacies are being sold counterfeit pills containing dangerous substances like methamphetamine and fentanyl.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
How long will a bivalent booster protect you and what could the next COVID-19 vaccines look like?
- Austin American-Statesman
The 30-year study found an association between B6, B12 and folate and lower risk for metabolic syndrome. Here's what that means.
- Business Insider
A healthy diet, regular exercise, and an active social life are some of the keys to maintaining your memory.
- HuffPost Life
Semaglutide injections like Wegovy and Ozempic are getting a lot of attention. Here are the pros and cons, according to experts.
- Kansas City Star
“He was very healthy — he loved basketball,” family members say of the Michigan high schooler.
Being a trans woman at the gym and in locker rooms can be terrifying for me. Here's how I navigate those spaces and overcame some of my fears.
Summer Tao was nervous to change in a gym locker room after transitioning. She leaned on her girlfriend for support and guidance.
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According to a new review led by researchers from the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, you should use heavy weights that you're capable of lifting one to five times through a full range of motion, and repeat for two to three sets a few times a week. At the other end of the spectrum, using electricity to stimulate forceful muscle contractions also leads to strength gains, even though that requires no mental effort at all.
Most estimates of the cost of caregiving come in round numbers that are hard to contemplate until you’re actually writing the checks.