Dr. Jen Ashton with answers to viewers COVID-19 and health questions.
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Former Fillmore councilwoman Ari Larson died on Sept. 17 from a health condition that neither she nor her family knew about, an autopsy found.
Autistic People Are Describing What Autism Is Really Like For Them And What They Wish Everyone Knew About Autism
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The new coronavirus variant, Omicron, raises red flags among scientists — but there are more mysteries than answers about its public threat
The variant shows signs of being more transmissible or dangerous than other strains, but scientists don't yet understand Omicron's threat.
You go, mama! Model Ashley Graham openly shares a lot about motherhood, from post-baby self love to holistic treatments she’s received while pregnant. As of late, we’re applauding the busy mom for the photo she shared to her Instagram Stories, revealing the reality of her workouts these days as a mom of one who’s pregnant […]
"While the new omicron variant has yet to be detected in New York, it’s coming,” warned Gov. Kathy Hochul.
- Eat This, Not That!
You pour it out, wear it on your sleeve and love people from the bottom of it. But do you take care—we mean, proper care—of your heart?For decades, heart disease has been the No. 1 killer of Americans.The good news: You can make quick, easy changes to your lifestyle to cut your risk, and add years to your life, and it's never too late. Here are the top 50 things you're probably doing that put you in danger—from the Eat This, Not That! Health to you, with all our heart. Read on—and to ensure your
Nightbirde, the singer who wowed “America’s Got Talent” fans amidst her cancer diagnosis earlier this year, spoke to CNN about how she's doing.
- Associated Press
With each passing hour, new restrictions were being slapped on travel from countries in southern Africa as the world scurried Saturday to contain a new variant of the coronavirus that has the potential to be more resistant to the protection offered by vaccines. A host of countries, including Australia, Brazil, Canada Iran, Japan, Thailand and the United States, joined others, including the European Union and the U.K. in impose restrictions on southern African countries in response to warnings over the transmissability of the new variant — against the advice of the World Health Organization. Despite the shutdown of flights, there was increasing evidence that the variant is already spreading.
- Miami Herald
Any adult in the U.S. can receive a COVID-19 booster shot as of Nov. 19.
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Dr. Daniel Gibbs writes about how, after spending his career caring for patients with Alzheimer's, he has now moved to studying the disease from the perspective of a patient himself.
Northeastern states have high vaccination rates—and an uptick in cases. That could slow the economic recovery, but not as much as feared.
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Jane Kulich was one of the six people killed when Darrell Brooks plowed his SUV into the holiday parade.
- Portsmouth Herald
It’s important to do everything you can to keep your body’s natural germ-fighting system in tip top shape.
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Conspiracy theorists are pushing toxic bleach and other harmful treatments they claim can 'de-vaccinate' people
Private messaging channels are awash with dangerous advice for people who want to remove COVID-19 vaccines from their body — a medical impossibility.
- Tacoma News Tribune
Little Oliver’s birth was put on hold for seven minutes for the surgery.
The U.S. will impose new air travel restrictions in response to the Omicron variant, a new COVID strain first detected in South Africa, President Biden announced Friday. The big picture: Air travel from South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho, Eswatini, Mozambique and Malawi will be restricted starting on Monday. Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.The new policy does not apply to American citizens and permanent residents.The restrictions are bei
- The Conversation
What the archaeological record reveals about epidemics throughout history – and the human response to them
Dead men do tell tales through their physical remains. AP Photo/Francesco BelliniThe previous pandemics to which people often compare COVID-19 – the influenza pandemic of 1918, the Black Death bubonic plague (1342-1353), the Justinian plague (541-542) – don’t seem that long ago to archaeologists. We’re used to thinking about people who lived many centuries or even millennia ago. Evidence found directly on skeletons shows that infectious diseases have been with us since our beginnings as a specie
- Women's Health
WH asked five trainers for their best fitness tips, and they seriously delivered. No matter where you're at in your fitness journey, these pointers should help.
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‘Divine Irony’: 50-Year-Old North Carolina Woman Welcomes Her First Child with 61-Year-Old Husband After Almost a Decade of Trying
Susie and Tony Troxler of North Carolina, have much to be thankful for this holiday season. After years of trying, the pair, 50 and 61 […]
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Portugal is bringing back some tight pandemic restrictions, less than two months after scrapping most of them when the goal of vaccinating 86% of the population against COVID-19 was reached. A recent rise in coronavirus infections compelled the government to act, Prime Minister António Costa said Thursday, though he noted that his country hasn’t seen a surge on the scale witnessed elsewhere in Europe. The rollout of booster shots is being stepped up, Costa said.