Dozens of staff members at the Weld County Sheriff's Office came together on Friday to support one of their own after she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
- Fox News
Here’s what you need to know about bug bite treatment; doctors share their tips for addressing minor and severe bites along with warning signs people should watch for and note.
- Women's Health
You can develop tingling in your feet from sitting on your foot, but it could also be a sign of an underlying condition, from multiple sclerosis to diabetes.
From the comfort food to sports culture, there are things I miss about my home in Ohio that I haven't been able to find in the northern state.
- The Daily Beast
Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily BeastThe world has built up a lot of immunity in the nine months since the Omicron variant of the novel coronavirus became dominant, driving a record wave of infections.That immunity from vaccines and past infection is helping to keep down hospitalizations and deaths even as Omicron’s offspring—a succession of subvariants—have become dominant, one after one.Now the virus is trying to find a way around our antibodies. A new subvariant, BA.4.6, is begin
Most who contract the virus experience no symptoms, aiding its stealthy spread.
- Tri-City Herald
CDC revises COVID community ratings for Tri-Cities area.
- Yahoo Canada Style
The rare, genetic degenerative disorder targets the central and peripheral nervous systems.
- WSB Cox articles
Just minutes after testing positive, a Six Flags worker spoke exclusively with channel two.
- The State
COVID-19 is still being detected in relatively high levels across South Carolina. Here are the counties the CDC recommends should use masks more.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The tick that carries the disease was first found in Kentucky a few years ago.
- Business Insider
Rainwater is no longer safe to drink anywhere on Earth, due to 'forever chemicals' linked to cancer, study suggests
PFAS are nicknamed "forever chemicals" because they last so long without breaking down. That's made them pervasive in rainwater and soils.
- Fox News
The World Health Organization will rename the increasingly spreading monkeypox virus after concerned that the name could be discriminatory and stigmatizing.
- Beaver County Times
Pennsylvania now has about 300 monkeypox cases, and more than 11,700 now in nation.
'Wait it out and suffer': Isolated and out of work, a Georgia mother used social media to document her monkeypox journey — and fight back against misinformation
Camille Seaton said that she is in the process of healing, but she currently has trouble hearing out of her right ear due to a monkeypox lesion.
The protein shake makers recalled 53 products last month as a result of potential bacterial contamination.
COVID is an equal-opportunity menace, at best, and killer, at worst, that has yet to settle into a pattern of seasonality—and may never do so fully. Is it on its way?
An employee of UPMC Children’s Hospital has been diagnosed with monkeypox, UPMC said on Friday.
- The Fayetteville Observer
The man, who appears to be the first in Cumberland County to get infected, has a big medical bill and has been out of work.
- Akron Beacon Journal
Retired physician who is planning end of life documents questions why decisions about abortion should be left up to state of Ohio rather than mother.
I'm an American raising my child in Ireland. I don't want to move back to the US because I feel safer here.
The author shares how she's never had to pay for medical care for herself or her son, and that she doesn't have to worry about school shootings.