Hesperia High School's class of 2022 celebrated grad fighting leukemia during the commencement ceremony.
Mississippi lawmaker asked about a hypothetical 12-year-old child molested by a family member says they should have to carry that pregnancy to term
Mississippi's 15-week abortion ban that led to Roe v. Wade's reversal does not include an exception for incest.
- Miami Herald
Dr. Lisa Gwynn, a pediatrician with the University of Miami Health System who has been a visible advocate of vaccine access for poor young kids, was removed Wednesday from a state-appointed board for publicly criticizing Florida’s decision to delay access to the COVID-19 vaccine for children under 5.
- The Providence Journal
Brown's Long COVID Initiative seeks to help the roughly 23 million Americans enduring myriad health problems months after their initial infection.
Night sweats are uncomfortable—but sometimes they're also a symptom of a larger health problem. Experts explain all the possible causes and what you can do.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / GettyStock up on the Metamucil, folks. Scientists say you need to start saving your poop.A team of researchers at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital published an opinion article in the journal Trends in Molecular Medicine today sounding the alarm on a trend in how human gut microbiomes (microorganisms in your digestive tract like bacteria) have changed in the past decades. These changes have been connected to an increase in digestive
Los Angeles Covid Warning: Brace For “Significant Transmission In The Upcoming Weeks,” According To Public Health Director
“All of the information to date points to the need for us to prepare for the likelihood of significant transmission in the upcoming weeks,” warned Los Angeles County Director of Public Health Barbara Ferrer today. That’s saying something given that L.A. yesterday reported 6,529 daily Covid infections — which is very nearly the highest total […]
- Southern Living
“There was nothing that was going to stand in my way.”
- Yahoo News
Viruses evolve, and vaccines should too. That was the big-picture takeaway from a pivotal meeting this week of the FDA’s expert advisory panel. The question before them was simple: Ahead of an expected winter surge, should vaccine manufacturers tweak their forthcoming booster shots to target Omicron, or should they stick with the tried-and-true 2020 recipe?
If you're a man over 50, you may be wondering whether there's anything special you should be doing for your health. The answer is yes.
- Men's Health
Early studies suggested that certain blood types may leave you more at risk of Covid. Newer science confirms that Type O might help you resist infection.
- CBS News
The updated shot is aimed at specifically targeting the highly contagious Omicron virus variant and could be available this fall.
The Salisbury Police Department posted a warning this week saying community members are concerned that fentanyl is being added to weed.
New research finds that exercising in the morning or evening can change the results. So determine your goals to figure out the best time to ride.
- Men's Health
Flaxseed is full of omega-3 “good” fatty acids and are a great source of fiber. Flaxseed also has numerous benefits for both your skin and hair.
CDC raises alarm over mysterious listeria outbreak that's caused a death, a pregnancy loss, and sent dozens to hospital
The agency issued an investigation notice Thursday amid an uptick in people getting sickened, including five pregnant women, one of whom miscarried.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Kelly Caminero/The Daily Beast/GettyWho bears responsibility for government-sanctioned forced birth? How about the anti-abortion legislators in 26 states who have either banned abortion entirely or made it so onerous for women to end a pregnancy that we are entering a new medieval era of state-imposed reproduction with all the hardship that comes from bringing an unintended child into the world.Conservative politicians who worked so hard to overturn Roe v Wade blithely say
- USA TODAY Sports
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow shared an Instagram post that read, "I'm pro-life. Their lives. Women's lives."
- LA Times
Los Angeles County officials have reported limited local transmission of monkeypox, with some recent cases involving people who attended large events and infected people who haven't traveled out of state.
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
Bills Hall of Fame quarterback had a long battle with oral cancer that gave him a bleak prognosis and required multiple surgeries on his jaw, radiation and chemotherapy. But more than three years after announcing that the cancer was gone, Kelly says there’s been no recurrence and his health is now good. While hosting his [more]
Some people have concerns about access to methotrexate now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned. Here’s how the medication is used, plus possible side effects.