Joe Clair is out on the streets of Bethesda asking people how they're feeling this flu season as the common cold and COVID-19 are also rampant.
Some 2,500 people took off their clothes on Saturday to pose for U.S. photographic artist Spencer Tunick at Sydney's Bondi Beach in an effort to raise awareness about skin cancer. Tunick, known for staging mass nude photo shoots at world landmarks, used a megaphone to direct attendees into several poses on the beach before many took a naked dip in the ocean. The New York-based artist collaborated with a charity on the naked art installation in a bid to raise awareness about melanoma, Australia's fourth most common form of cancer.
- Yahoo News Canada
While the contagion levels of new subvariants give pause for concern, an even more worrisome aspect is BQ.1.1's resistance to our natural antibodies.
- Washington Post
Former surgeon general Jerome Adams and his wife, Lacey, often find themselves talking about what they have named the "Trump Effect." It followed them from Washington to their home in the Indianapolis suburbs. They felt it when he was exploring jobs in academia, where he would receive polite rejections from university officials who worried that someone who served in the administration of the former president would be badly received by their left-leaning student bodies. They felt it when corporat
- The Guardian
An Illinois resident won her case against the company Sterigenics – but other sufferers’ lawsuits hang in the balance
- Charlotte Observer
“I’m not a teenager. I’m relatively intelligent. I can accept a lot of things in my life,” says Erin O’Malley, chuckling. “I just did not know. In any way.”
"I feel hugely let down. I can't even watch the show now," Jonnie Irwin said after claiming Channel 4's A Place In the Sun dropped him after revealing his terminal cancer diagnosis
- USA TODAY
"There's really nothing, to me, more fascinating than this nuance of facial expression," said Dr. Patrick Byrne. "It really is what makes us human."
- The Hill
Medical researchers believe they've finally found the cause of Bruce Lee's mysterious death almost 50 years ago.
- The Daily Beast
Getty ImagesIt’s no surprise the novel coronavirus mutates. That’s what viruses do. What’s surprising about SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID, is that it mutates fast. And two years into the pandemic, it abruptly mutated really fast—and produced the Omicron variant, the descendants of which are still dominant all over the world.The big question now is whether and when it happens again. Whether and when a fresh spurt of mutations produces a new variant that’s even worse than Omicron. There
- The Pueblo Chieftain
Pueblo physician Dr. Carl Bartecchi discusses changes in memory, so-called memory supplements and activities that could help prevent memory loss.
- The State
The flu has spread across the U.S. quickly this season. See which states are getting hit the hardest.
- Miami Herald
A baby nursery in a relative’s South Florida home has become the living quarters of 13-year-old José Andino Díaz and his family, ever since his parents carried him in their arms from his native Nicaragua to the U.S.-Mexico border over a year ago.
- CBS News
The XBB variant has climbed to 3.1% of new COVID cases nationwide, the CDC now estimates.
A high-protein diet, strength-training, and sleeping enough are key when it comes to achieving body recomposition.
- State College Centre Daily Times
The Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network calls it the most severe action it can take against a hospital.
A highly contagious strain of avian influenza has killed more birds in the country than any past flare-up.
- The Telegraph
The first drug to reverse dementia will be a wasted opportunity unless Britain dramatically improves diagnosis rates, experts have warned.
- Fox News
Minnesota mom allegedly took son’s blood, forced siblings to dispose of it in scheme to fake illness
A Minnesota woman allegedly stole her son's blood and abused her other two children, authorities said. She now faces charges of child torture, stalking.
- USA TODAY
Migraines are one of the biggest medical mysteries, but researchers observed a common occurrence, happening in the brain of those who suffer from it.
- Biloxi Sun Herald
“Legislators think, women are healthy, they’re going to have a baby, and they can come off Medicaid. They don’t think that other illnesses and disease processes can exist in pregnant women.”