Hot flashes, weight gain, mood changes -- a few symptoms of menopause! Actress Karen Ceesay was caught off guard with menopausal symptoms in her 30s. Dr. Julianne Birt, talks about how women start to feel differently when estrogen levels drop. Afya, a holistic nutritionist, talks about the reality between reading about and experiencing menopause. Dr. Birt also discusses various treatments for menopausal symptoms.
The Liver King, an influencer who eats raw meat and preaches a primal lifestyle, admits to lying about steroid use
Brian "The Liver King" Johnson made the admission after leaked emails showed his steroid usage cost him up to $11,000 per month.
- NBC News
Rachel Velasco remembers walking into the emergency room at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles last year “screaming and covered in blood” at 3 a.m.
‘Hospitals are filling up’: The U.S. surgeon general warns a surge in viral illnesses is pushing medical facilities to the brink—and tells Americans how to stay safe
“Hospitals are filling up, children’s hospitals in particular,” he told ABC’s Good Morning America.
- The Columbus Dispatch
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Al Roker is in the hospital for a second time for complications with blood clots, but he’s reportedly in good […] The post Al Roker rehospitalized due to blood clot complications appeared first on TheGrio.
Fauci says China’s vaccines are ‘not at the level’ of Western ones, hindering Beijing’s ability to control COVID without ‘draconian’ lockdowns
But a bigger problem for Beijing may be the number of elderly Chinese who have yet to get their booster shots.
If I read one more time that walking is the best exercise, I’m going to take a few steps and scream. This article is about how to make walking a better exercise. True, walking is the most practicable exercise.
- LA Times
With coronavirus cases and hospitalizations rising in Los Angeles County, officials are voicing new confidence in the effectiveness of the updated COVID-19 booster shot.
- The Hill
Story at a glance Although alcohol consumption is a leading modifiable risk factor for cancer, many Americans are unaware of the link between the disease and drinking. Seven cancer types are associated with alcohol consumption, and risks increase alongside intake. Researchers suggest putting cancer warning labels on beverages could help raise awareness. A low number…
High intensity exercise may reduce the risk of metastatic cancer according to a new study. Here, experts explain what this means.
A 'green' Mediterranean diet burns visceral fat faster than a classic Med diet, reducing risks of heart disease and cancer, study finds
A Mediterranean diet with extra greens can help you lose a risky type of body fat linked to health risks like heart disease, according to new studies.
- LA Times
Health officials warn that continued spikes in COVID-19 could bring a return to an indoor mask mandate.
Hair-loss treatments represent a $3.9 billion industry, and hair loss has emerged as another long COVID symptom.
- The Conversation
What the archaeological record reveals about epidemics throughout history – and the human response to them
Dead men do tell tales through their physical remains. AP Photo/Francesco BelliniThe previous pandemics to which people often compare COVID-19 – the influenza pandemic of 1918, the Black Death bubonic plague (1342-1353), the Justinian plague (541-542) – don’t seem that long ago to archaeologists. We’re used to thinking about people who lived many centuries or even millennia ago. Evidence found directly on skeletons shows that infectious diseases have been with us since our beginnings as a specie
- LA Times
When everyone around them stops taking pandemic precautions, it gets harder for immunocompromised Americans to protect themselves against COVID.
- LA Times
On Friday, the CDC's color-coded map showed California and nearly a dozen other states shaded purple, the worst of the three shades in the very high flu level.
"Everyone Sugar-Coated Everything": Parents Are Sharing The Lies They Were Told About Having Kids, And It Is Eye-Opening
"Let's normalize hating being pregnant but still loving your baby."View Entire Post ›
- USA TODAY Opinion
Our sons' illnesses thrust us into the epicenter of the COVID-19, flu and RSV 'tripledemic' swamping hospitals. Prepare before your children get sick.
But not all experts are convinced
- Good Morning America
A California father is speaking out after one of his twin boys was treated for possible fentanyl exposure after playing at a popular San Francisco park. Ivan Matkovic, 35, told "Good Morning America" the ordeal has been a shock to his family and to his sons' nanny, who was watching the 10-month-old boys on Tuesday afternoon when the incident unfolded. Matkovic said he was working from home that day so the family's nanny was caring for the boys and took the children outside for an afternoon walk to a local park in their Marina District neighborhood.