Wasatch Medical Clinic says their advanced form of wave therapy can treat E.D. in just a few visits.
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- Fox News
Longtime TV host Joan Lunden and her daughter Jamie Hess spoke to Fox News Digital candidly about stress urinary incontinence (SUI) — and the fix they've found for a common women's health issue.
- The News-Press
Marijuana is both a threat and a hazard. Legalization is an extremely unwise policy.
- USA TODAY
"There's really nothing, to me, more fascinating than this nuance of facial expression," said Dr. Patrick Byrne. "It really is what makes us human."
- The Week
Anthony Fauci says United States is 'certainly' still in COVID-19 pandemic
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw is a lot of things. It’s totally ridiculous, mindless fun, and there’s nothing wrong with that, but it’s also an exploration of what it means to change ourselves and those around us. Whether it’s the rather obvious juxtaposition of ordinary – albeit unusually muscled – humans versus the scientifically enhanced Idris Elba or the slightly less on the nose Snowflake virus, which can be reprogrammed to either kill humanity or effortlessly deliver vaccines, it’s
- The Guardian
An Illinois resident won her case against the company Sterigenics – but other sufferers’ lawsuits hang in the balance
- Ukrayinska Pravda
There has been an outbreak of food poisoning in a centre where Ukrainian refugees are living in Głuchołazy, southwest Poland. Sources: European Pravda; Radio Opole The outbreak occurred on 25 November at the Banderoza guesthouse.
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With the Biden administration urging people to get both a COVID-19 booster and a flu shot as soon as possible, the White House's Dr. Ashish Jha said Sunday that updated vaccinations will help people "move on" from the pandemic. "It's been, obviously, a long two and a half years for Americans, and we understand that people want to move on," Jha, the White House COVID-19 coordinator, told ABC "This Week" co-anchor Martha Raddatz of the virus that has killed more than 1 million people in the U.S. "The good news is people can move on if they keep their immunity up to date." COVID-19 deaths are still averaging more than 2,000 per week and only about 11% of the country has gotten the latest booster compared to 80% of people who completed the primary course of vaccination that was rolled out in 2021, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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President Joe Biden is now 80 years old — making him the oldest president to serve as commander in chief. Some health professionals have concerns about the advanced age of someone in this role.
- The Telegraph
Eating potatoes can help people lose weight, according to a new study.
- The Pueblo Chieftain
Pueblo physician Dr. Carl Bartecchi discusses changes in memory, so-called memory supplements and activities that could help prevent memory loss.
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While fighting to protect his country, Alexander Chaika lost his right leg to a Russian artillery shell. Last month he arrived in the U.S. to be fitted for a high-tech prosthetic leg, thanks to the charitable organization Future for Ukraine.
- The Des Moines Register
Family and friends: Please don't stop looking — or pushing policymakers or institutions or media — until you find an approach to addiction that works.
- Rams Wire
Sean McVay revealed Sunday that Allen Robinson needs surgery on his foot and will be out for the rest of the year
- USA TODAY
Daniel Pecoraro, a teacher in Greenacres, Florida, needed emergency heart surgery three days before he planned to marry Lisa Siegel.
In one of the homes, the suspects assaulted the three occupants inside. Authorities said all three victims are adults. Two were taken to a hospital where they were in stable condition. The third victim was in serious condition. Jake Reiner reports.
- The Telegraph
The Romans built an empire on just one meal a day. The industrial revolution powered the trend for three solid repasts.
A highly contagious strain of avian influenza has killed more birds in the country than any past flare-up.
- Good Morning America
Lisa Niemi Swayze is reflecting on her late husband Patrick Swayze's battle with pancreatic cancer 13 years after the actor's death from the disease. Speaking to "Good Morning America" for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, Niemi Swayze said Swayze "did not want to become the poster boy for cancer" but his "huge heart" kept him from sitting idly by and not stepping up to do what he could to help. The "Dirty Dancing" star was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in January 2008.