Learn more about the three most common types of blood cancer – leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma – as well as their treatment options.
- USA TODAY
Jyrl Oldham was diagnosed with cancer while pregnant. She had her baby and started treatment. Her husband arranged this surprise after she beat it.
A virus that causes a common cold may be a factor.
The last person you’d expect to gaslight you is your doctor—but it’s more common than you might think. Here’s what to look for, and how to handle it.
For all the fabulous parts of fall—cozy jackets, gorgeous weather, pumpkin flavored everything—there are some not-so-wonderful things that come standard with autumn. Namely, cold season. Ugh. But while we’ve never particularly liked having a common cold, we’ve been especially on edge about that familiar feeling since the advent of COVID-19. Is our runny nose the product of a cold or COVID? How about that nagging cough? That’s why we checked in with Dr. Phillip Kadaj, MD, FACP, internal medicine
- HuffPost Life
Whether you hate getting up to pee in the middle of the night or you just can't kill your afternoon caffeine buzz, here's when to call it quits.
If you’ve recently recovered from COVID-19, you’re probably wondering how long you’ll be immune to infection. As we continue to navigate how to handle new variants and stay safe throughout the pandemic, it’s important to understand how immunity works. There are different types of immunity: ...
- Men's Health
Football players often display the reflex after a big hit, and it can be a sign of a concussion. Here's what experts say they mean by 'fencing response.'
Long COVID is not just a health issue — it’s now becoming workforce issue as employers and workers struggle with long-term effects
The number of disabled individuals due to long COVID could potentially be catastrophic for some industries
- The AV Club
A couple of weeks back, the internet was abuzz with rumors that those wild and crazy TikTok kids were participating in a viral challenge that involved cooking chicken in NyQuil. As it turned out, nobody was actually doing this and an FDA warning against creating this forbidden bedtime snack was responsible for driving interest toward the “challenge” in the first place.
- Eating Well
First, it was 5-a-day. Today, the goal is filling half your plate with fruits and veggies. How much do you really need? And more importantly, why does it matter?
- Eating Well
Plan ahead with a month's worth of delicious dinner recipes. Starring complex carbs like whole-wheat pasta, brown rice and quinoa as well as low counts of sodium and saturated fat, these meals are a perfect fit for a diabetes-friendly eating pattern. And ingredients like salmon, spinach, chickpeas and garlic are both diabetes-friendly and can help reduce inflammation, which can help with everything from joint stiffness to immune health.
- E! News
Elizabeth Hurley exclusively spoke to E! News about why she's passionate about raising breast cancer awareness and encouraging others to not put their health on the backburner.
Woman Welcomes Baby Mid-Flight Weeks Before Due Date — and Birth Certificate Says He Was Born 'In the Air'
"Everything just happened so fast," says new mom Kendra Rhoden
Adding a few targeted ingredients to your otherwise healthy lifestyle is a yes-brainer when it comes to maintaining your mind.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
How healthy eating leads to reduced spending on prescription drugs, emergency room visits and hospitalizations
The program is among the initiatives, most of them still in the early stages, to address the underlying social and economic conditions that affect health.
A new survey from Pew Research Center found that 69% of Americans believe new COVID-19 variants won’t have a major impact.
- Portsmouth Herald
When people think of parts of their body to focus on during strength training, the foot and ankle are not usually at the top of the list.
A dangerous strain of Ebola is spreading fast in Uganda – vaccines and treatments aren't working against it
In Uganda, Sudan Ebolavirus is killing healthcare workers at an alarming rate.
Valerie Bertinelli Praises Treadmill Workout 12 Years After Running Boston Marathon: 'Gotta Start Somewhere'
“Today is the first day of the rest of my life,” the Food Network star celebrated on social media
- The Root
I don’t want to say it was easy, but maintaining a healthy weight required a lot less effort in my 20s and 30s. A few fries here or a slice of cake there barely made a difference in the grand scheme of things. And I never thought twice about saying yes to a happy hour after a hard day at work. But something happened after age 40, and now it takes a whole lot more than a spin class and a protein shake to see a difference on my scale.