Healthy Athletes Program giving health care to Special Olympians
Here, experts explain what happens if you eat mold. Accidentally eating mold in small amounts is likely not harmful—but you risk consuming dangerous mycotoxins.
A Doctor Just Declined To Prescribe This Patient Their Arthritis Treatment Because It Could Hurt A Fetus That Doesn't Even Exist
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New immune-evading Omicron subvariant BA.5 is now dominant in the U.S., and previous heavy hitter “stealth Omicron” is now a shadow of its former self, according to federal health data released Tuesday.
There is no good reason to reduce or remove carbs from your diet, Nichola Ludlam-Raine, a dietitian, told Insider.
- The Oklahoman
While running, with its constant pounding, would seem ready-made to destroy the cartilage in the knees, researchers think the opposite may be true.
- South Bend Tribune
Hannah Blumka loves theater, especially "Hamilton." Her mom is close to her faith. Together, they persisted through complications, 156 hospital days.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / GettyThe more times you catch COVID, the sicker you’re likely to get with each reinfection. That’s the worrying conclusion of a new study drawing on data from the U.S. Veterans Administration.Scientists stressed they need more data before they can say for sure whether, and why, COVID might get worse the second, third, or fourth time around. But with more and more people getting reinfected as the pandemic lurches toward its fourth year, the study hints at s
- Women's Health
The 5:2 diet is an intermittent fasting plan that can help you lose weight and lower your risk of heart disease. RDs explain how it works and what you can eat.
CDC: Deadly listeria outbreak that caused 1 death and 1 pregnancy loss may be linked to tubs of ice cream
Big Olaf Creamery, an ice cream maker based in Sarasota, Florida, has voluntarily informed retailers about the potential risk of bacterial infection.
- LA Times
The combination of initial and recurring infectivity carries enormous implications for how the pandemic will continue to play out.
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Matcha's health benefits, including inflammation-reducing antioxidants and brain-boosting amino acids, are highlighted by nutritionists.
Though the United States appears to be coming out of the worst of the pandemic, COVID-19 isn't going away any time soon. And there remains the continued risk of another surge as more states relax...
A 31-year-old mom says doctors dismissed her severe pain as a gallbladder issue. Later, tests showed she had stage 4 cancer.
Casey Ward says she begged doctors to operate, but they wouldn't because she was pregnant. After birth, they discovered tumors in multiple organs.
A man suffering from a rare type of cancer called pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP) which can surround the organs in the abdomen has survived thanks to a
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More than half of U.S. hospitals have not shared pricing information as required by a new federal law. Consumer advocates urge federal enforcement.
Yes, scromiting — or 'scream vomiting' — is real and can be caused by heavy marijuana use. And it may be on the rise thanks to widespread legalization.
People with cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome experience extreme bouts of nausea that disappear once they completely stop using cannabis products.
- Women's Health
Rebel Wilson declared 2020 her "year of health." Now, she's lost more than 80 lbs, thanks to a combination of walking and a high-protein diet. Here's how:
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Travis Barker shares a picture at the beach following his hospital stay for pancreatitis.
- The Hill
A new omicron subvariant known as BA.5 now comprises a majority of U.S. COVID-19 cases, according to data released Tuesday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The data is a sign of the rise of the highly transmissible subvariant, which has prompted concern about a new increase in cases. BA.5, along with…
- Consumer Reports
Changing what you eat now could have big benefits laterBy Rachel Meltzer WarrenWe know that cutting back on red meat is good for heart health, fish is brain food, and calcium-rich foods can help ...