Despite the challenges Flin faced he's managed to stay positive and have fun. During his long 44 weeks of chemotherapy and radiation following a big surgery, Flin enjoyed riding his tricycle around the hospital pretending to be in Mario Kart. Great news: a recent scan shows no evidence of cancer.
- Business Insider
Cases and hospitalizations are rising in Europe, and the US will likely be next. The new boosters fight against the variant that is circulating now.
- Yahoo Canada Style
Kim MacDonald spoke to Yahoo Canada about her breast cancer journey.
Strokes, heart attacks, sudden deaths: Does America understand the long-term risks of catching COVID?
There are early signs that COVID infections and reinfections are leading to more life-threatening conditions, says physician and author Carolyn Barber.
For all the fabulous parts of fall—cozy jackets, gorgeous weather, pumpkin flavored everything—there are some not-so-wonderful things that come standard with autumn. Namely, cold season. Ugh. But while we’ve never particularly liked having a common cold, we’ve been especially on edge about that familiar feeling since the advent of COVID-19. Is our runny nose the product of a cold or COVID? How about that nagging cough? That’s why we checked in with Dr. Phillip Kadaj, MD, FACP, internal medicine
- USA TODAY
It's not just what you eat; what time you eat may affect your health. Those who ate earlier in the day saw health benefits, new research shows.
- Consumer Reports
The much-touted antiviral can help reduce symptoms significantly. But it has limitations.By Kevin LoriaFor people at high risk of severe COVID-19, including seniors and those with chronic health ...
- Eating Well
Plan ahead with a month's worth of delicious dinner recipes. Starring complex carbs like whole-wheat pasta, brown rice and quinoa as well as low counts of sodium and saturated fat, these meals are a perfect fit for a diabetes-friendly eating pattern. And ingredients like salmon, spinach, chickpeas and garlic are both diabetes-friendly and can help reduce inflammation, which can help with everything from joint stiffness to immune health.
A Texas woman says she suffered with unexplainable physical and mental health issues for 10 years — then she got her breast implants removed
Melissa Lima, found out one of her breast implants, which she had for almost 20 years, had mold in it.
Scientists are working on vaccines that train cells to see tumors as foreign, in hopes of one day making breast cancer preventable.
Daily exercise can put your skin under a huge amount of stress—but the right foods can counteract all the sweat and UV exposure.
- Portsmouth Herald
When people think of parts of their body to focus on during strength training, the foot and ankle are not usually at the top of the list.
- Eating Well
First, it was 5-a-day. Today, the goal is filling half your plate with fruits and veggies. How much do you really need? And more importantly, why does it matter?
- Miami Herald
Roxana Chaviano is not sure if she wants kids. Launching a pharmaceutical career, finding a partner come first.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
How healthy eating leads to reduced spending on prescription drugs, emergency room visits and hospitalizations
The program is among the initiatives, most of them still in the early stages, to address the underlying social and economic conditions that affect health.
Here we discuss four biotech companies, CRSP, EDIT, SRPT and BEAM, which have the potential to gain from their promising gene therapy pipeline candidates.
We need to talk about the context and history behind the alarming drop in life expectancy for Native Americans
Flu cases began ticking up in the U.S. last month—and White House officials met with health care leaders about the threat last week.
- USA TODAY
With school in full swing and winter viruses returning to seasonal patterns, hospitals across the country are beginning to fill up with sick kids.
- Good Housekeeping
Many diets are touted as relieving symptoms of MS, but few are backed by research. Our experts give the thumbs up to one and advise on other beneficial foods.
Research Highlights: Particle radioactivity, a characteristic of air pollution that reflects the colorless, odorless gas radon found in fine particulate matter (PM2.5) air pollution, increased the risk of death from cardiovascular disease, especially ...