Following Dr. Anthony Fauci’s final appearance in the White House briefing room, Andrea Mitchell pays tribute to the NIAID Director’s prolific career in public health. Mitchell notes that Dr. Fauci dedicated more than 50 years of his life to government service, serving under seven U.S. presidents, from the fight against HIV to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Al Roker is back in the hospital due to "complications" less than a week after being released during a blood clot scare, Hoda Kotb announced Thursday.
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An Arizona woman is opening up about her five-year cancer battle to help inspire other women to take charge of their health. Alison O'Neill, now 49, said she first noticed a tiny mark on her cheek in 2017. O'Neill said she monitored the mark and had it checked out by a dermatologist, who told her it was likely a clogged oil gland.
Nearly half of COVID patients worldwide still have symptoms after 4 months, according to a giant new study
Here are the most common symptoms that researchers found.
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The exact cause of insulin resistance in prediabetes and Type 2 diabetes is uncertain but a major contributing factor is too much body fat.
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On Thursday, the singer revealed her battle with a rare neurological disease. But what exactly is it?
Ask a Pediatrician: With the Flu, RSV and COVID Circulating, Should I Let My Kid Do Indoor Activities Right Now?
Dasha Burobina/Getty Images “My daughter is asking to join ballet (which practices indoors) in the new year, but with flu, RSV, and COVID circulating, is it really a good idea to let her do this? I want to return to normal, but I'm nervous!” After more than two years of ever-changing public health guidelines, scary headlines and grim statistics, it is understandable to crave a safe return to normal yet be hesitant to do so. We want our kids to attend their favorite activities without worrying ab
Celine Dion says stiff person syndrome is causing spasms that are affecting her singing. Here's what to know about the rare disorder and why it's so serious.
This is our third winter holiday season since COVID-19 showed up. What was supposed to be a cheerful return to normal is instead shaping up to be a new kind of warning.
Health authorities around the world say the benefits of the Covid-19 vaccines far outweigh the known risks, but a pathologist from the US state of Idaho claims in a series of interviews shared on social media that the shots are linked to an uptick in cancer. This is false, according to medical experts and a leading cancer treatment hospital."300% increase in cancers!!" says text over a video shared November 22, 2022 on Instagram.The clip features Ryan Cole saying: "I was the first pathologist in
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Doctors are warning against using Ozempic, a drug intended to treat Type 2 diabetes, for weight loss after some people sought out the drugs to help them shed a few pounds quickly.
A thin black line from the cuticle kept growing. It was the sign of rare, aggressive subungual melanoma. She got a 2nd opinion, advocated for herself.
Fauci isn’t just worried about a ‘wave of infections’ as China reopens. He sees a risk in a whole new wave of mutant variants
“Whenever you have a large wave of transmissions of a virus, you give it ample opportunity to mutate,” he said.
US health authorities agree Covid-19 vaccination saves lives, but an article claims official data indicate the shots are actually causing excess deaths. This is false; no such link has been proven, and experts say high mortality figures in 2022 correlate closely with the number of people who succumbed to coronavirus infections."Secret CDC Report reveals at least 1.1 Million Americans have 'Died Suddenly' since the COVID Vaccine roll-out & another Government Report proves the COVID Vaccines are t
A 33-year-old wasn't worried about the 'tiny little dark freckle' on her stomach. It turned out to be skin cancer.
An Australian mom thought her cancer diagnosis was a death sentence. Now she encourages others to get their skin checked for melanoma.
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Most women know about menopause, but what about the stages surrounding this transitional time?
Doctors dismissed a woman's back pain as pregnancy-related, but she really had stage 4 cancer, her family says
A London mom was in such pain she sometimes couldn't leave her bed. Two weeks postpartum, she was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer.
Al Roker is home again! The TODAY weatherman shared on his Instagram on Dec. 8 that he is back from the hospital after spending several days under care.
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Chris Kattan is recovering in a hospital after undergoing emergency surgery in his battle with severe pneumonia. A source close to the "SNL" alum said he is "doing well."
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The chicken, beans and vegetables are all cooked on the same pan, so this healthy dinner is easy to make and the cleanup is easy too. In this healthy salmon dinner, you'll get a dose of greens and green dressing!
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Taylor Dayne, colon cancer survivor, shocked about Kirstie Alley's death: 'I really loved that woman'
The "Tell It to My Heart" singer was diagnosed with colon cancer in July after a routine colonoscopy.