COVID-19 survivor returns to hospital to support nurses
Mono mono twins are very rare. One mom shared a her success story after finding out she was pregnant with mono mono twins.
- Women's Health
'Mad Men' star January Jones posted a photo in her underwear showing off her super sculpted abs and long, nude legs post knee surgery. She does Lagree workouts.
"It's Such A Small Adjustment, But It Feels So Good": People Are Sharing The Everyday Habits And Hacks That Have Significantly Improved Their Day-To-Day
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Though the United States appears to be coming out of the worst of the pandemic, COVID-19 isn't going away any time soon. And there remains the continued risk of another surge as more states relax...
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Since the Roe ruling a gynecology clinic in Texas has received increased requests for permanent sterilization: 'I sense that they're scared'
After the Women's Health Domain closed Friday for the weekend, it got more than 100 new patient requests, most requesting permanent sterilization.
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Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow shared an Instagram post that read, "I'm pro-life. Their lives. Women's lives."
- Detroit Free Press
BHSH System released an update Saturday night stating it will continue its practice of providing abortions when medically necessary.
Want to start walking for weight loss or other health benefits? Here's how five people did it — and lost weight, boosted mood and energy and reduced pain.
"Our choice was, and remains, controversial. But it shouldn’t be."
Epstein-Barr may play a role in some long COVID; coronavirus can impair blood sugar processing by organs
More than 90% of adults have been infected with Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). Among 280 patients with SARS-CoV-2 infections, including 208 with long COVID, researchers found that at four months after diagnosis, fatigue and problems with thinking and reasoning were more common in study participants with immune cells in their blood showing signs of recent EBV reactivation.
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A new study had participants attempt a 10-second one-legged balance test. Only 20% were able to complete the task, which indicated their overall health.
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Texas abortion clinic staff describe how patients screamed, cried, and 'begged for help' when Roe v. Wade was overturned: report
Staff at a clinic in San Antonio said they had to inform dozens of distraught people that they wouldn't be able to proceed with their abortions.
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Should you get a COVID-19 booster shot now or wait until fall? Two immunologists help weigh the options
Clinical studies show that mixing and matching booster vaccines can lead to a more robust immune response. SDI Productions/E+ via Getty ImagesWhile COVID-19 vaccines continue to be highly effective at preventing hospitalization and death, it has become clear that the protection offered by the current vaccines wanes over time. This necessitates the use of booster shots that are safe and effective in enhancing the immune response against the virus and extending protection. But when to get a first
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We’re a restless nation. Around a third of us have trouble sleeping every week – and the problem gets worse from midlife onwards.
Pfizer Inc. and partner BioNTech SE said the update to their COVID-19 booster shot showed a "high immune response" against the omicron variant, in time for an FDA meeting and as the daily average of COVID-19-related hospitalizations rose to a 3-month high.
"He would tell us about conservative public figures who would thank him because he’d discreetly helped them."
"I've learned more about my own specific health challenges and growth than I have probably in decades before that," the General Hospital actor tells PEOPLE of his current health update on Friday
Couple files lawsuit against Boston hospital after discovering the body of their premature baby had probably been thrown in the trash with soiled linens
The baby died after being born three months premature. The baby's mother said the loss of the body made it feel as if "she died all over again."
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Curtis graciously allowed us to come into his life. He had been suffering for years with teeth that ached and ruled his days.
(Reuters) -The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday made it harder for prosecutors to win convictions of doctors accused of running "pill mills" and excessively prescribing opioids and other addictive drugs, by requiring the government to prove that defendants knew their prescriptions had no legitimate medical purpose. The 9-0 ruling, authored by liberal Justice Stephen Breyer, sided with Xiulu Ruan and Shakeel Kahn, who argued that their trials were unfair because jurors were not required to consider whether the two convicted doctors had "good faith" reasons to believe the numerous opioid prescriptions were medically valid.