As abortion heads to the ballot for voters to decide on, groups like the Michigan section of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the Committee to Protect Health Care, and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine are pushing for the procedure to remain legal.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
After a year of calling for abortion to be outlawed, Kari Lake now says there are times abortion should be "rare and legal"
- The Hill
Story at a glance When you eat can affect how your body processes the food. Some research suggests that eating later in the day could affect weight gain. A study finds that eating more earlier in the day reduces hunger and appetite, which could affect weight. Research suggests that when you eat could affect weight…
- The AV Club
A couple of weeks back, the internet was abuzz with rumors that those wild and crazy TikTok kids were participating in a viral challenge that involved cooking chicken in NyQuil. As it turned out, nobody was actually doing this and an FDA warning against creating this forbidden bedtime snack was responsible for driving interest toward the “challenge” in the first place.
A Texas woman says she suffered with unexplainable physical and mental health issues for 10 years — then she got her breast implants removed
Melissa Lima, found out one of her breast implants, which she had for almost 20 years, had mold in it.
Woman Welcomes Baby Mid-Flight Weeks Before Due Date — and Birth Certificate Says He Was Born 'In the Air'
"Everything just happened so fast," says new mom Kendra Rhoden
A new survey from Pew Research Center found that 69% of Americans believe new COVID-19 variants won’t have a major impact.
For all the fabulous parts of fall—cozy jackets, gorgeous weather, pumpkin flavored everything—there are some not-so-wonderful things that come standard with autumn. Namely, cold season. Ugh. But while we’ve never particularly liked having a common cold, we’ve been especially on edge about that familiar feeling since the advent of COVID-19. Is our runny nose the product of a cold or COVID? How about that nagging cough? That’s why we checked in with Dr. Phillip Kadaj, MD, FACP, internal medicine
- Associated Press
Former Republican Gov. Paul LePage, who's seeking his old job back, said he’d veto a bill banning abortions at 15 weeks, delivering disappointing news to abortion opponents. LePage provided the answer in a labored exchange Tuesday evening during the first debate of the governor's race with current Democratic Gov. Janet Mills and independent Sam Hunkler. Mills is an unequivocal supporter of the right to an abortion, and Democrats have hammered LePage on the issue, seeking to energize voters after the Supreme Court overturned the constitutional right to an abortion.
- HuffPost Life
Whether you hate getting up to pee in the middle of the night or you just can't kill your afternoon caffeine buzz, here's when to call it quits.
- Associated Press
A Phoenix abortion clinic has come up with a way for patients who can end their pregnancy using a pill to get the medication quickly without running afoul of a resurrected Arizona law that bans most abortions. Under the arrangement that began Monday, patients will have an ultrasound in Arizona, get a prescription through a telehealth appointment with a California doctor and then have it mailed to a post office in a California border town for pickup, all for free. While not as easy as before an Arizona judge ruled that a pre-statehood law criminalizing nearly all abortions could be enforced nearly two weeks ago, the process saves an overnight trip to a major California city with an abortion clinic.
- Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
The Ohio Department of Health report offers a snapshot of abortion access in Ohio before the state's six-week ban took effect.
If you’ve recently recovered from COVID-19, you’re probably wondering how long you’ll be immune to infection. As we continue to navigate how to handle new variants and stay safe throughout the pandemic, it’s important to understand how immunity works. There are different types of immunity: ...
- Men's Health
Football players often display the reflex after a big hit, and it can be a sign of a concussion. Here's what experts say they mean by 'fencing response.'
Louisiana mom Katie Darling, who is running for U.S. Congress, goes into labor and gives birth in a campaign ad to oppose her state's strict abortion laws.
A vitamin B12 deficiency can go unnoticed and cause symptoms like numb limbs and a yellow tinge to the skin and eyes. A dietitian explains how to get enough.
Vitamin B12 is mostly found in animal products, but vegans can get it from fortified plant milk or yeast flakes, a registered dietitian said.
- E! News
Elizabeth Hurley exclusively spoke to E! News about why she's passionate about raising breast cancer awareness and encouraging others to not put their health on the backburner.
- Martha Stewart Living
Ayurvedic Cooking Aims to Help You Achieve Holistic Wellness—Here's How to Try This Ancient Practice
The benefits of Ayurvedic cooking have been observed over thousands of years, including better digestion, clearer skin, and a stronger immune system.
- USA TODAY
Jyrl Oldham was diagnosed with cancer while pregnant. She had her baby and started treatment. Her husband arranged this surprise after she beat it.
- Eating Well
Once you scroll through these recipes, you'll be looking forward to dinner tonight. Ingredients like kimchi, asparagus, beans and onions are not only flavor-boosting additions to your dinner plate, but they can also help support your gut health. And by including them alongside poultry, fish, whole grains and other veggies, you can make healthy meals that naturally follow the Mediterranean diet, one of the healthiest eating patterns to follow.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
How healthy eating leads to reduced spending on prescription drugs, emergency room visits and hospitalizations
The program is among the initiatives, most of them still in the early stages, to address the underlying social and economic conditions that affect health.