A central Minnesota police officer is getting national attention for sharing a personal battle in a very public way
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Emily Ratajkowski just showed off her super toned abs and butt in some new bikini photos on Instagram. To stay fit, the model, 31, likes to take Zumba classes.
Dr. Marcy Crouch tells TODAY.com five things she would never do as a pelvic floor physical therapist, including kegels at a red light or hovering over a toilet.
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The wedding guest is seeking more than $30,000 in damages in her lawsuit against the caterer.
Penguins defenseman Kris Letang is out indefinitely after suffering a stroke on Monday, the team’s General Manager Ron Hextall announced on Wednesday.
Researchers from Oregon State University are expected to present evidence that cannabis is an even greater miracle drug than previously known.
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Two new studies presented Tuesday suggest that a standard procedure for treating arthritis may in fact be making the disease worse than preventing it.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita apparently will not stop until he’s punished Dr. Caitlin Bernard, who provided an abortion to a 10-year-old rape victim who had to travel from Ohio to end her pregnancy.
6 unexpected side effects of the weight loss drug semaglutide, from reduced alcohol cravings to diarrhea
Semaglutide, a medication to treat diabetes and recently approved for weight loss, may make you love kale but hate French fries and cocktails.
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Your body—and your bones, blood pressure, and blood sugar, to name a few—needs this nutrient to function well. See if you're eating enough or need a supplement.
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A young girl at risk for suicide was sent to a hospital that was supposed to help her. Instead, her parents say, the mental health system harmed her.
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Fixing your gut health may be the key to boosting overall health.
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Dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons are noticing that patients who have lost weight with Ozempic are seeking to re-plump their faces with filler.
Which stocks are either a fan favorite or a must-avoid? Penny stocks. These tickers going for less than $5 apiece are particularly divisive on Wall Street, with those in favor as well as the naysayers laying out strong arguments. These names are too appealing for the risk-tolerant investor to ignore. Given the low prices, you get more for your money. On top of this, even minor share price appreciation can translate to massive percentage gains, and thus, major returns for investors. However, ther
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The coronavirus has continued to mutate, and two new Omicron subvariants have become dominant in the U.S., according to the CDC. The subvariants, called BQ.1 and BQ.1.1, now account for more than half of infections nationwide.
Experts share their advice about isolation, masking and more if you're still testing positive late into a COVID-19 infection.
Public health authorities say Covid-19 vaccines are very effective at preventing severe illness and death, but a video watched more than 10 million times claims they are part of a depopulation conspiracy. Experts called the hour-long film "disinformation," pointing to multiple false claims, data showing millions of lives saved during the pandemic due to vaccination, and a lack of evidence supporting its assertions."Died Suddenly" was released November 21, 2022 on Rumble with the caption: "For ce
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Florida bride Danya Glenny and her caterer were arrested for allegedly spiking food served at a February wedding with marijuana.
The former president, who says he is doing all right despite the positive test, noted in a statement that he was "grateful to be vaccinated and boosted, which has kept my case mild"
The study’s findings may eventually lead to the development of probiotics specifically for people who come down with COVID.
Parents refuse to let their 4-month-old baby get heart surgery if blood is donated by a vaccinated person, saying it would be 'tainted'
New Zealand's health agency is taking the baby's parents to court in a bid to get the surgery to go ahead.