Families are being hit hard by the opioid epidemic and especially the powerful opioid fentanyl. With not only a pill, but also a whiff or a touch, fentanyl can be deadly.
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If you're enrolled in Medicare, you should know that open enrollment will soon kick off. Each year, seniors on Medicare can make changes to their existing coverage, from Oct. 15 all the way through Dec. 7. Medicare Advantage and Part D drug plans can change from year to year.
"Yes, That's Mold" — For Years, This Woman Suffered Unimaginable Symptoms, Not Knowing Her Breast Implants Were The Cause. Here's What You Need To Know About Breast Implant Illness.
Melissa Lima started experiencing a variety of really awful symptoms that included fatigue, brain fog, extreme anxiety and depression, weight gain, slow-healing cuts and scrapes, random rashes, sudden food allergies followed by intestinal issues, muscle and joint pain, and she developed an autoimmune disorder called Hashimoto's disease. She immediately felt better after her breast implants were removed. Sadly, however, many doctors deny that breast implant illness exists.View Entire Post ›
Each woman has different characteristics that may influence the type of screenings most suitable for their breast type.
As the nights get colder and the heater temps go up, we’re all bound to experience some restless nights fighting with our indoor environments and blankets. However, for uterus-owners who are in the 40s to 50s age range (and even perimenopausal age of late 30s to 40s), it can be hard to differentiate between regular […]
- Good Housekeeping
Hailey Bieber abs and legs are super-toned in a black cut-out blazer dress and tights. To stay fit, the model, 25, does Pilates, wight training, and cardio.
- Men's Health
An anti-inflammatory diet has been linked to better heart health, longevity, and even improved arthritis. A dietitian explains what it means to eat this way.
Chia seeds might be tiny but they pack a mighty dose of health benefits, including many must-haves for cyclists.
When it comes to small red bumps springing up on your body, there are many possible culprits. If you’ve been diagnosed with a certain medical condition, such as psoriasis or eczema, you may already know what’s causing the red bumps or rash on your skin. If you have acne, you’re probably all too ...
- USA TODAY
Wonder Pill quietly contained a drug used to treat erectile dysfunction, which could be deadly for some unknowing consumers, the FDA said.
They were attending the Clooney Foundation For Justice Inaugural Albie Awards.
When you first hear the phrase “Functional fitness” it sounds like just another trendy new workout that (falsely) promises to tone you up overnight, but don’t let the alliteration in the catchy name name fool you: It’s actually a series of exercises that are designed with how you actually use your body in mind (hence […]
The popular sleep aid can have side effects.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
A professor of ophthalmology warns that allowing optometrists to perform certain surgeries without adequate training could lead to more health complications.
- NBC News
“Chicago Med” star Marlyne Barrett has been diagnosed with uterine and ovarian cancer. Her her diagnosis came after doctors discovered a football-sized tumor on her uterus and left ovary in July.
- LA Times
A poll of young Californians finds a generation feeling the strain of problems from the cost of housing to a lack of healthcare.
Experts recommend easy tips to get rid of bloating and abdominal distention, which are two of the most common symptoms reported to gastrointestinal doctors.
Enterovirus, in particular enterovirus D86, is on the rise in the United States and can cause paralysis in kids. Here are the symptoms parents should look for.
- Consumer Reports
We tried popular brands such as Contigo, Hydro Flask, and Yeti, but the lesser-known winner surprised us. And spoiler alert: It's the most inexpensive one.By Amy JamiesonI’ve lived through plenty...
- The Oklahoman
Activists will be outside two Planned Parenthood centers to spread their anti-abortion message as part of the Oklahoma City 40 Days for Life campaign.
- Associated Press
Some U.S. health officials are conceding that monkeypox is probably not going away anytime soon. The disease’s spread is slowing but the virus is so widespread that elimination is unlikely, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. Lipsitch hesitated to say monkeypox is permanently here to stay, but he said it stands to be a continuing threat for the next few years.