Police said the 11-month-old child and two adults were being treated at a hospital for injuries.
"I prided myself on being tough and not complaining — even when I had to crawl on my hands and knees down the stairs to have a family dinner."
A combo of proteins and antioxidants can help combat inflammation.
Becca Barlow suffered a stroke after a neck adjustment. A jury recently agreed that her chiropractor was at fault.
- Eating Well
The dressing would also work well as a dip or spread, or over potato or pasta salad. This healthy, super-fast salad recipe swaps out romaine for kale, giving you more than 10 times the vitamin C. Easy flavor hacks like store-bought ranch and pickled jalapeños help make a creamy, tangy and spicy dressing you'll want to drizzle on everything from salad to sliced veggies and shredded poached chicken.
- Good Morning America
First responders who rushed to the home after receiving a 911 call from a man about his wife's suicide attempt subsequently found three young children inside the home who were "unconscious with obvious signs of severe trauma," Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz said last week. A 5-year-old girl identified as Cora Clancy and a 3-year-old boy identified as Dawson Clancy were both transported to a hospital in nearby Plymouth, where they were pronounced dead. An 8-month-old boy, later identified as Callan Clancy, was flown to a Boston hospital for treatment, where he later died.
- Live Science
An analysis of mortality data shows that COVID-19 ranks as a leading cause of death among children and teens.
Don’t expect to adjust right away.
- The Courier Journal
The message Meher Baba sent previously to the West still rings true: No drugs for recreational use.
- Patriot Ledger
The 8-month-old boy who was seriously injured inside his Duxbury home Tuesday night has died of his injuries at a Boston hospital.
- ABC News
The World Health Organization said Monday that COVID-19 remains a public health emergency but the pandemic is at a "transition point." The agency said its International Health Regulations Emergency Committee met on Friday to analyze data on the state of the pandemic. WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus "acknowledges the Committee's views that the COVID-19 pandemic is probably at a transition point and appreciates the advice of the Committee to navigate this transition carefully and mitigate the potential negative consequences," the statement read.
"Knowing how important sleep is for long-term health and the well-being of our brain, I try to get 8 hours a night."
- Portsmouth Herald
In 2014, when I identified and reported high rates of children with cancer in my town, I had no idea it would become directly relevant to my family.
- Detroit Free Press
A community vigil was held in Pontiac on Sunday at the intersection of Branch Street and Gillespie Avenue, near the field where Monica Cannady and her two young sons died of hypothermia.
Paulina Porizkova shared a new bikini video on Instagram showing off toned abs and legs. She shared an important message on staying in shape as we age.
How will we know when the COVID-19 pandemic is over in the U.S.? Steven Phillips on how we have to think differently about risk today
- NBC News
Valley fever, historically found only in the Southwest, is spreading. It can have devastating consequences.
Valley fever is a fungal infection that typically occurs in the dry desert regions of the Southwest. Climate change could spread the fungi's range, putting more people at risk.
Famous Peloton instructor Leanne Hainsby diagnosed with breast cancer at age 35 after discovering a lump. Here’s her essential health advice for women
Doctor initially told her “everything is okay.”
Build muscle and improve heart health with this 28-day walking and strength training plan for upper body, lower body and core.
The world isn’t ready for the next pandemic, which could be ‘just around the corner,’ global health organization warns
The warning comes as the WHO announces it will extend the COVID-19 international health emergency status by three months, pushing it into its fourth year.
- Men's Health
Reverse dieting is claimed to be the solution to the weight loss plateau. Here's how it works, according to dietitians—plus the benefits and side effects.