Health care workers say they've seen a spike in disturbing, aggressive behavior from both patients and visiting family members; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
The proposed revisions to the form include four mandatory questions about menstruation, including if the student has ever had a period, the age they had their first period, the date of their most recent period and how many periods they’ve had in the past year.
‘My body was breaking down.’ This 75-year old was sick and overweight, and now she’s full of energy and a fitness influencer.
The 75-year-old social media sensation shares how she got off medication and started lifting weights, biking and swimming, and how you can change your life too.
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Cold and flu season is still here. If you're taking Tylenol to ease the pain, here's what you should know.
"Though the company claimed to be sorry for my experience, it did not take any responsibility for what happened."
What happens when COVID-19 emergency declaration ends? Get ready for big changes to your health coverage and medical costs
Up to 18 million people could lose Medicaid coverage when the COVID-19 national emergency ends, according to one recent analysis.
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With over 64 million views on Tik Tok, a video about the drink's sleep-boosting qualities has inspired thousands of users seeking improved rest to try it.
- Business Insider
A healthy diet, regular exercise, and an active social life are some of the keys to maintaining your memory.
"What a blessing that I did this," the Real Housewives of Orange County star tells PEOPLE of the operation, which she had at the end of December 2022
The former motocross star had the catheter fitted last month to fight an infection
All westbound I-80 lanes and the number one eastbound lane west of 193 were blocked due to a major injury collision.
Customers seeking Adderall, oxycodone, and other medications at Mexican pharmacies are being sold counterfeit pills containing dangerous substances like methamphetamine and fentanyl.
- Women's Health
These quads exercises, from a trainer, work the fronts of your thighs to help you build a strong lower-body at home using minimal equipment.
Most estimates of the cost of caregiving come in round numbers that are hard to contemplate until you’re actually writing the checks.
A 20-year-old thought she had an insect bite. She was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer and died months later.
Jenna Patel, a teaching student, was diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma while her dad was receiving cancer treatment.
A couple told News Center 7 investigators medically kidnapped their newborn babies and they are warning other parents it could happen to them too.
- Good Housekeeping
Experts say XBB.1.5 is the most contagious SARS-CoV-2 variant currently in circulation. Here are common breakthrough symptoms to watch for.
- Washington Post
Stress surrounds us every day in subtle and substantial ways. Although we can't eliminate stress from daily life, research shows that by intentionally stressing our bodies through exercise, we can change how we respond to stress and boost our resilience. Resilience is the ability to bounce back from adversity - a career setback, a relationship breakup or any of the big and small disappointments of daily life - and grow from the experience so that we handle difficult situations even better the ne
There are many chest pain causes (including a heart attack) that can lead to similar types of discomfort, and it can be really tricky to know what you're actually dealing with.
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Irene Cara's cause of death has been revealed and the Heart & Stroke foundation has deemed it a significant issue in Canada.
- Austin American-Statesman
The 30-year study found an association between B6, B12 and folate and lower risk for metabolic syndrome. Here's what that means.