Doctors described Damar Hamlin's neurological function as "excellent" Saturday, as the Buffalo Bills safety continued making progress in his recovery after having to be resuscitated on the field in a game at Cincinnati on Monday.
- Fox News
The CDC is warning that a brand of eye drops may be linked to a bacterial infection that has affected at least 50 people in 11 states. One person has died.
- Yahoo Life
A 'concerning' number of women 65 and older are dying from cervical cancer, according to a new study
More older women are being diagnosed with late-stage cervical cancer, which experts say is concerning. Here's what you need to know.
- The Conversation
Microbes in your food can help or hinder your body's defenses against cancer – how diet influences the conflict between cell 'cooperators' and 'cheaters'
You can change your gut microbiome composition by eating different foods. wildpixel/iStock via Getty ImagesThe microbes living in your food can affect your risk of cancer. While some help your body fight cancer, others help tumors evolve and grow. Gut microbes can influence your cancer risk by changing how your cells behave. Many cancer-protective microbes support normal, cooperative behavior of cells. Meanwhile, cancer-inducing microbes undermine cellular cooperation and increase your risk of c
- The Daily Beast
MSNBCWeeks after blaming NFL safety Damar Hamlin’s cardiac arrest on COVID-19 vaccines, right-wing media personalities decided to train their latest anti-vaxx conspiracy theories on an MSNBC anchor who just returned to work following a health scare.After being “out of commission” for a month, Yasmin Vossoughian returned to the air this weekend and informed MSNBC viewers that she’d suffered from myocarditis after battling a cold—resulting in a lengthy hospital stay.The 44-year-old host, who said
Bethany Hart was diagnosed with small cell cervical cancer, a rare, aggressive type, while pregnant with first child, who died. She hopes to raise awareness.
- Cat Time
Ethanol poisoning in cats happens when a cat is exposed to ethanol. Technically, this can happen either orally or through a cat's skin. The post Ethanol Poisoning in Cats: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments appeared first on CatTime.
- Naples Daily News
Do doctors advise to stay out of the Gulf more than four months after Ian? Some say 'yes' if you have weakened immunity.
The 4 best diets for healthy aging that experts say will keep your brain sharp and your body healthy
“Diet is a key determinant of healthy aging.”
- Women's Health
Gastroenterologists explain the most common causes of foul-smelling stool, like changes in gut bacteria, food allergies, celiac disease, IBD, and malabsorption.
- Women's Health
Obesity specialist Dr. Spencer Nadolsky shares what new weight-loss medications are on the horizon, and explains common misconceptions about these drugs.
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The Bachelorette alum is hospitalized in South Africa, where he is expected to make a full recovery following a severe infection
- LA Times
Unvaccinated people were more than seven times as likely to die from COVID-19 in Los Angeles County as those who received an updated booster during the latest coronavirus spike.
- The New York Times
There is no reliable screening test for ovarian cancer, so doctors urge women at high genetic risk for the disease to have their ovaries and fallopian tubes removed once they are done having children, usually around the age of 40. On Wednesday, a leading research and advocacy organization broadened that recommendation in ways that may surprise many women. Building on evidence that most of these cancers originate in the fallopian tubes, not the ovaries, the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance is urg
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Being overweight in midlife has been linked to greater risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, and a new study shows that brain changes in obese people mirror some of those with Alzheimer’s.
The more ultra-processed foods you eat the higher your risk of developing cancer, new study suggests
The risks linked to eating ultra-processed foods found in the study were highest for ovarian and brain cancers.
- Live Science
Colder weather can trigger a number of physiological changes that may increase the risk of a cardiac event.
People who take semaglutide but don't resistance train risk losing muscle as well as fat, doctors warn. Here's why it's important to have a healthy balance of the two.
Semaglutide, which is sold under the brand names Ozempic and Wegovy for weight loss and diabetes, has been hailed a "game-changer."
- Tacoma News Tribune
TB is one of the most common diseases in the world, but few cases occur in Washington. This is how the disease spreads and who is at risk.
- KSHB - Kansas City Scripps
Kansas family starts kindness challenge to honor 14-year-old who died of cancer