Healthcare students at the University of North Texas Health Science Center now have the chance to practice high-risk procedures in a safe environment.
It’s a question you’ve probably asked yourself as COVID-19 cases are going back up: Should I get that fourth shot, or should I wait for a new one this fall, or should I get both?
At this point, it's clear that COVID-19 is probably here to stay. But how will the pandemic change and how long will it take to get to the endemic phase? Experts discuss their predictions.
People Are Sharing The Most Ridiculous Responses Men Had After Being Asked To Wear A Condom, And They Clearly Need To Go Back To Sex Ed
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I’m a Pediatrician and These Are the 4 Things I Would Never, Ever Do as a Parent (Plus, 1 Thing I Try to Avoid)
Parenting can often feel like a never-ending list of dos and don’ts. It’s understandable—we are all trying our best to safeguard our kids from harm and help them grow up into happy, healthy humans. And while...
- Eating Well
You only need one pot or pan for these casserole recipes, making dinner both easy and tasty. These healthy dishes are high in fiber and lower in calories, so they are a great choice to help you feel full and nourished while also supporting weight loss, if that is your goal. Recipes like our Eggplant Tortilla Casserole and Sweet Potato Mac & Cheese are nutritious and delicious options that are perfect for any night of the week.
- Eating Well
Carbs are a key component of a healthy diet, but for those days when you want to scale back a little and focus more on veggies and proteins, these easy 30-minute dinners that follow the principles of the Mediterranean diet are delicious options. These recipes are lower in carbs without totally eliminating them, with 15 grams of carbohydrates or less per serving, and incorporate plenty of veggies, lean proteins and healthy fats. Research shows the Mediterranean diet can do everything from improving heart health to reducing risk of depression, and with delicious recipes like our Chicken Cutlets with Roasted Red Pepper & Arugula Relish and Pesto Salmon, it's an easy eating pattern to follow.
If you are one of the 70 million people in the U.S. with chronic sleep problems, there’s a good chance that you’ve looked into taking a melatonin supplement in hopes of drifting off to dreamland faster and to stay asleep longer. Before you start taking any supplement, it’s important to know what ...
- Women's Health
Kelly Ripa is all legs lounging in a bikini with her husband while promoting their daughter's song on Instagram. She stays active with HIIT and dance workouts.
Researchers at the University of Southern California studied blood and tissue samples from people who got liver cancer and those who did not.
An 8-hour intermittent fasting plan may help you lose more weight and reduce blood pressure, small study suggests
Eating in an 8 hour window and fasting the rest of the day may help people lose weight and improve mood, although it doesn't burn more fat.
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Foods high in sodium, sugar, and unhealthy fats can put you at greater risk of developing heart disease. Check out this list of the worst foods for your heart.
- The Hill
Story at a glance A lawsuit from Texas is trying to change the way the Affordable Care Act (ACA) forces health insurers to cover certain preventative care services. It specifically takes issue with health plans paying for birth control, HIV medication and testing for sexually transmitted diseases. If the lawsuit prevails, millions of Americans could…
- The Daily Beast
DAVID BENITO via GettyYour typical COVID test should be able to tell you just one thing: Whether or not you have the virus. While incredibly helpful, it doesn’t let you know how immune you are—information that could help you determine whether or not you should get boosted, or take that vacation you’ve been planning since before 2020, or head out to the bars for drinks with friends.That’s why a team of MIT researchers developed a paper test that can tell you how strong your immune response to COV
A group of doctors, backing Fetterman, accused Dr. Oz of 'disgusting' attacks on a stroke vicim and promoting dubious medical treatments
Doctors supporting Fetterman's campaign for Senate accused his GOP opponent, Mehmet Oz, of betraying his responsibilities as a medical professional.
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Story at a glance Overall, 61 percent of adults over 50 are very likely to get an updated booster. The number is higher among particularly vulnerable groups as 68 percent respectively of people over 65, Black adults over 50 and people with low incomes are very likely to do so. About 17 percent of adults over…
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Story at a glance Some people have said they have COVID-19 symptoms but test negative on rapid antigen tests. This may happen when it’s still early in the infection period and there’s not enough virus present. This may also start to happen when variants mutate. The FDA recommends following up with a PCR test if…
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Story at a glance Researchers from the Medical College of Georgia found the most common lingering symptom among COVID-19 patients was fatigue, followed by headaches, a new study shows. The study analyzed the experiences of 200 people who contracted the virus during the early days of the pandemic and still had symptoms four months after…
I posted topless videos of myself on TikTok to spread awareness of breast cancer and breast-implant illness, and they went viral
The author went viral for posting topless videos to spread awareness for breast-implant illness after a mastectomy and breast cancer.
I'm in Britain for the first time in years, where it's pretty much business as usual now. The contrast with repressive, quarantine-addicted Hong Kong couldn't be starker.
- The Telegraph
Listening to the radio is better at warding off dementia than exercise, a new study suggests.