The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have warned parents about a rise in Strep-A infections among children. Doctors also cite a rise in rare and deadly complications related to Strep-A.
A combo of proteins and antioxidants can help combat inflammation.
"I prided myself on being tough and not complaining — even when I had to crawl on my hands and knees down the stairs to have a family dinner."
- Live Science
An analysis of mortality data shows that COVID-19 ranks as a leading cause of death among children and teens.
- Good Morning America
First responders who rushed to the home after receiving a 911 call from a man about his wife's suicide attempt subsequently found three young children inside the home who were "unconscious with obvious signs of severe trauma," Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz said last week. A 5-year-old girl identified as Cora Clancy and a 3-year-old boy identified as Dawson Clancy were both transported to a hospital in nearby Plymouth, where they were pronounced dead. An 8-month-old boy, later identified as Callan Clancy, was flown to a Boston hospital for treatment, where he later died.
If your eye doctor tells you have cataracts in one or both eyes, and he recommends surgery to remove them, don’t despair. When you cannot see as well as you could before, one reason can be that cataracts have developed in one or both eyes. Cataracts are the clouding of the natural lens in the eye.
- ABC News
The World Health Organization said Monday that COVID-19 remains a public health emergency but the pandemic is at a "transition point." The agency said its International Health Regulations Emergency Committee met on Friday to analyze data on the state of the pandemic. WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus "acknowledges the Committee's views that the COVID-19 pandemic is probably at a transition point and appreciates the advice of the Committee to navigate this transition carefully and mitigate the potential negative consequences," the statement read.
Becca Barlow suffered a stroke after a neck adjustment. A jury recently agreed that her chiropractor was at fault.
- USA TODAY Opinion
Food should nourish us, not kill us. It's time for countries to ban trans fat from grocery store shelves and help prevent heart disease.
What it’s like to take the blockbuster drugs Ozempic and Wegovy, from severe side effects to losing 50 pounds
Ten people taking Ozempic and other medications for weight loss or diabetes describe a wide variety of experiences.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is probably not as sick as many would wish him to be, and it would be dangerous to overestimate the extent of the Kremlin leader’s health problems, Israeli military doctor Boris Bril has said.
Build muscle and improve heart health with this 28-day walking and strength training plan for upper body, lower body and core.
- Yahoo Life
Struggling to take in enough protein? Here's why TikTokers and dieticians say protein coffee, or "proffee," is a great place to start.
The world isn’t ready for the next pandemic, which could be ‘just around the corner,’ global health organization warns
The warning comes as the WHO announces it will extend the COVID-19 international health emergency status by three months, pushing it into its fourth year.
- Kansas City Star
“When a hospital offers emergency care to everyone but refuses to provide emergency care that only pregnant people need, that is sex discrimination, pure and simple,” said attorney Michelle Barker.
- Men's Health
Reverse dieting is claimed to be the solution to the weight loss plateau. Here's how it works, according to dietitians—plus the benefits and side effects.
- Trail Runner
The more we dive into research on weight loss, the more it seems like we're using dieting to do a heck of a lot more than look good in tank-tops. Research on mood in the first four weeks of a weight loss program shows that dieters gain an additional mood boost, even when their weight loss is minuscule.
- The Telegraph
Are you on top of your cellular housekeeping? If you’ve fallen into a midlife energy slump, hit by fatigue, low mood and shredded libido, your cells have likely run out of charge, says Dr Molly Maloof. A “professional biohacker” and former Stanford University lecturer, she now works with Silicon Valley head honchos, A-listers and common folk to assess mitochondrial function (“the batteries in our cells that power life”), and help them make the requisite lifestyle tweaks to reignite that lost mid
You need both muscle and fat in the body for healthy living, but the answer to whether muscles weighs more than fat is complicated. Here’s what to know.
- The State Journal-Register
The process is typically needed for medications and services with high costs or limited safety and efficacy data including chemotherapy and newer drugs
- 21 Ninety
Op-Ed: Study Reveals Link Between Hair-Straightening Chemicals And Uterine Cancers, And Black Women Are The Most Vulnerable
I thought that going natural 9 years ago was purely about embracing my budding Black womanhood and shunning the euro-centric gaze on how my hair naturally grows. It turns out that it was much more than that. For many, the return to natural hair was protection from processes that genuinely mean harm. Hair relaxers recently… Continue reading Op-Ed: Study Reveals Link Between Hair-Straightening Chemicals And Uterine Cancers, And Black Women Are The Most Vulnerable