If you have a drawer full of those drug store cheater glasses or you have been wearing the same set of frames with the same prescription lenses for the the past five years, it is probably time to schedule an eye exam. Dr. Sheena Garner O.D. talked with us about the importance of getting an annual exam and ran us through one part of the process that can help determine not only the health of your eyes but can also detect the possibility of high blood pressure and cholesterol. She also introduced us to a relatively new product that can perk up your appearance with just a couple of drops, and there is no surgery required. @eyebarhouston on Instagram
- National Review
‘Where’d You Go to Medical School?’: GOP Rep Rips Ex-Twitter Official for Censoring Stanford Doc’s Covid Opinions
‘You guys censored Harvard-educated doctors, Stanford-educated doctors, doctors that are educated in the best places in the world,’ Representative Mace said.
Eagles right tackle Lane Johnson eats 5,500 calories a day to stay at 330 pounds. His staple meal is the 'monster mash,' inspired by sumo wrestlers.
The 6-foot-6, 330-pound star player will appear against the Kansas City Chiefs at the 2023 Super Bowl on Sunday.
Cold showers are the hot new thing and research suggests that health benefits outweigh the discomfort
It's time to turn the temperature down to help clear your mind.
A small tweak to your daily routine can improve your health.
In honor of American Heart Health month, Peloton's Jess Sims shares the easiest and best exercises to keep your heart in tip-top shape and burn calories fast.
‘No one really wants to talk about COVID anymore,’ the WHO’s pandemic lead laments. But the ‘worst case’ possibility of a new coronavirus exists
“Omicron can cause severe disease” and “is not nature’s vaccine,” experts warned, raising concerns that evolution could produce a more dangerous variant—or a new coronavirus altogether.
- Patriot Ledger
Lindsay Clancy, 32, was arraigned on two charges of murder in Plymouth District Court on Tuesday in the deaths of her children.
- The Telegraph
Barbara Sahakian, an expert in grey matter from the University of Cambridge, describes the lifestyle habits she employs to keep brain deterioration at bay.
"I have had moments when I’ve wondered if life is worth living like this."
People Are Sharing Their Experiences Getting An IUD After This Woman Said She Felt Like She "Went Into Labor" Getting One Inserted
"When I got my IUD, they said I was 10 centimeters dilated and I had contractions all the way home."
- Women's Health
There are a number of factors that affect building muscle for women, including intensity, consistency, movements, volume, sleep, and diet.
5 high-protein foods a dietitian and personal trainer always keeps in her kitchen to build muscle and stay feeling full
Greek yogurt, lean meats, and eggs, are staples in Kara Mockler's shopping cart, she told Insider.
So long, quiet quitting.
Every investor is in the stock market to find a solid return. That’s the bottom line, and while it sounds simple, the trick is finding stocks that are primed for gains and will make the inherent risk worthwhile. Risk can’t be avoided in the markets, and it usually increases in a direct relationship to a stock’s return potential. And there are few stock segments that offer a higher return potential for the risk involved than the penny stocks, those equities priced at $5 or less. When we say high
- Associated Press
More than 70 ambulances showed up Tuesday to transfer about 160 patients evacuated from a Massachusetts hospital that lost power after an electrical transformer fire. The power was shut off at Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital for safety reasons, officials said. “We are removing some critically ill and injured patients,” Brockton Fire Chief Brian Nardelli said at a morning news conference.
- The Providence Journal
The dispute is around where menstrual information is going in a post-Roe world, as many schools have now digitized the sports registration process.
- Argus Leader
The bill, brought by Sioux Falls Republican Taylor Rehfeldt, was tabled Tuesday morning, leaving many women without answers on what life of mother means.
Australia will roll out a fifth dose of COVID-19 vaccine later this month to all citizens aged 18 and above who have not contracted coronavirus or been vaccinated in the past six months, Health Minister Mark Butler said on Wednesday. The decision expands eligibility for the booster shot to include about 14 million people, more than half the country's population, who will be offered Omicron variant-specific vaccines from Feb. 20, Butler said. Only severely immuno-compromised people had been recommended to take a fifth dose until now, the advice being to receive the booster three months after their fourth shot.
- Live Science
Doctors successfully treated a patient's rare brain infection with a drug typically used for UTIs.
We all want to be healthy, but what about your risk for something serious like cancer?