There has been a huge breakthrough for diagnosing Alzheimer's disease.
All westbound I-80 lanes and the number one eastbound lane west of 193 were blocked due to a major injury collision.
The proposed revisions to the form include four mandatory questions about menstruation, including if the student has ever had a period, the age they had their first period, the date of their most recent period and how many periods they’ve had in the past year.
- USA TODAY
Doctor admitted 'I made a mistake' after death of Michigan man, then was disciplined for misreading mammograms in New Hampshire.
- 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.
- Good Housekeeping
Experts say XBB.1.5 is the most contagious SARS-CoV-2 variant currently in circulation. Here are common breakthrough symptoms to watch for.
“Patients need to advocate for themselves."
Blue zone's expert Dan Buettner says eating beans every day can extend your life.
- LA Times
More people have suffered severe sepsis in California hospitals in recent years — including a troubling surge in patients who got sepsis inside the hospital itself, state data show.
What happens when COVID-19 emergency declaration ends? Get ready for big changes to your health coverage and medical costs
Up to 18 million people could lose Medicaid coverage when the COVID-19 national emergency ends, according to one recent analysis.
A major hospital system in northern Florida said Friday it is diverting some emergency room patients and canceling surgeries after a security problem with information technology.
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Paxlovid is one of the only antiviral pills to effectively treat COVID-19 symptoms. As a more contagious variant spreads, here's what to know.
Drinking coffee with milk may have important anti-inflammatory effects on your body, a new study finds. Experts explain why and how it works.
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Maryland officials are preparing for as many as 80,000 residents who could no longer qualify for Medicaid coverage this spring, as the federal government reinstates a requirement that existed before the COVID-19 pandemic for states to verify the eligibility of recipients. Michele Eberle, the executive director of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange, said that beginning in May, the state can start ending Medicaid coverage for people who no longer qualify. Maryland, she added, is in a better position to reach people than many other states to either continue Medicaid coverage or move them into other health plans.
- The Monroe News
A spaghetti dinner fundraiser for Jenny Dolezal is set for 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7, at The Little Brown Jug, 7697 Bluebush Road in Maybee.
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A couple have been dating on and off for a while now, and had agreed to use protection with others they sleep with but not with each other. This is what happened next.
- The Week
Overdose deaths from the powerful, easy-to-produce drug have soared. How did this happen?
- The New York Times
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
All investors are after gains, but in trying to find the right stocks to increase a portfolio’s value, are constantly inundated with massive amounts of data. Thus, separating the wheat from the chaff is an arduous process but there are tools to help make sense of it all. TipRanks’ Smart Score is one. The tool collects all the info needed on any given stock and sorts it out into 8 different categories, all known to impact future performance. Combining those factors, they are then distilled into a
The spread of the avian influenza virus on a mink farm in Spain has some scientists on edge.
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In a span of two-and-a-half weeks, Catholic Health’s Mercy Hospital in Rockville Centre, New York, welcomed five sets of twin babies — and two sets were identical twins.