Chicago police said an officer was seriously injured in a car crash in East Garfield Park Friday afternoon.
- Women's Health
You can develop tingling in your feet from sitting on your foot, but it could also be a sign of an underlying condition, from multiple sclerosis to diabetes.
- Fox News
Here’s what you need to know about bug bite treatment; doctors share their tips for addressing minor and severe bites along with warning signs people should watch for and note.
COVID is an equal-opportunity menace, at best, and killer, at worst, that has yet to settle into a pattern of seasonality—and may never do so fully. Is it on its way?
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Jonathan India was airlifted to a hospital in Iowa after the Field of Dreams game. It was a scary calf injury, but he's just sore now.
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As monkeypox continues to spread across the U.S., the number of children infected with the virus is growing as well. At least six children have tested positive for monkeypox since July, including a child in Maine and two each in Indiana and California. Children under the age of 8 are among those whom the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention considers at "increased risk" for developing more severe illness if infected with monkeypox, along with pregnant people, people who are immunocompromised and those who have a history of atopic dermatitis or eczema.
Most who contract the virus experience no symptoms, aiding its stealthy spread.
- The Telegraph
A dog has been infected with monkeypox for the first time after sharing a bed with its infected owners, scientists have said.
- The Desert Sun
Palm Springs resident Kyle Wilkins received a Jynneos vaccine then noticed sores and other typical monkeypox symptoms two days later.
BBC Journalist, 29, Tells of 'Terrifying Surprise' After Mole Misdiagnosis Turns Out to Be Skin Cancer
"I will always live in fear of it coming back," says Sarah Lee, whose skin cancer spread to a lymph node in her neck
What to know about tirzepatide, the next game-changing medication awaiting FDA approval to treat weight loss
Tirzepatide is a diabetes medication being considered for use to treat obesity and help patients lose weight, like the related drug semaglutide.
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We've got answers to your questions about healthy fats and not so healthy onesBy Jennifer CookFat has been a dietary villain for decades. Because saturated fat, in particular, was found to raise ...
On Thursday the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced new COVID-19 guidelines that loosened restrictions like quarantining and social distancing, and instead turned the focus to reducing severe cases of COVID-19. The agency said the decision to ease restrictions was in large part due to vaccinations and prior infections granting many Americans a level […]
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Researchers studying two men who caught the virus in Paris said "symptom onset in both patients and, subsequently, in their dog suggest human-to-dog transmission."
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Wisconsin's St. Norbert College hockey team shows up to support teammate Luke Davison as he arrives at the hospital for his first round of chemo.
A driver was cited for reckless driving after their vehicle went into the Columbia River and caused a brush fire, according to the Washington State Patrol.
- The Telegraph
The blood type of a human kidney has been changed for the first time ever in a medical breakthrough that could allow people on transplant waiting lists to get an organ sooner.
- Chicago Tribune
Gurnee police released new details overnight related to the shooting outside the Six Flags theme park in Gurnee Sunday, which left three people injured, two of them suffering gunshot wounds. Authorities said a white sedan entered the parking lot of Six Flags around 7:50 p.m. and drove toward the front park entrance. Gurnee police said more than one person exited the sedan “and began shooting ...
- The Pueblo Chieftain
Betty Nufer writes about Project Angel Heart and its "food is medicine" program.
- Kansas City Star
After the emergency authorization for high-risk children, local health officials explain risk level at home and school.
- The Standard-Times
SouthCoast LGBTQ+ Network plans to hold a virtual symposium with local health care professionals on Aug. 24 to raise awareness about monkeypox.