Health experts say hot and humid weather conditions create the right environment for foodborne illness, so keep cold foods cold and hot foods hot.
"A lot of people have made headlines talking about GCS. Almost all of them have one thing in common: They’ve never actually been through it. I have."
- Miami Herald
Dozens of South Florida pharmacies, community health centers, children’s hospitals and pediatricians received delivery this week of the first COVID-19 vaccines available for children as young as 6 months old — much earlier than anticipated after state officials missed a deadline for pre-ordering the shots.
Georgia Democratic nominee for Governor Stacey Abrams explains the change in her position on abortion: There is 'no place in that medical decision for ideology or for politicians'
"I understand the sincere concerns. But those are religious concerns, or often concerns driven by personal morality," Abrams said in a CNN interview.
- Business Insider
Tucker Carlson says corporations are helping their employees get an out-of-state abortion because those 'without families are much cheaper for the company'
After the Supreme Court voted to strike down Roe v. Wade, Disney and Meta offered to pay travel costs for employees seeking an abortion out of state.
- Miami Herald
The parents filed the lawsuit against the Boston hospital to ensure “no other family has to suffer the same grief and trauma that they have suffered,” their attorney said.
- Associated Press
A pregnant American woman who suffered an incomplete miscarriage while vacationing in Malta was receiving treatment Friday in a hospital on the Spanish island of Mallorca because Maltese law prohibits abortion, the woman’s partner said. Jay Weeldreyer told The Associated Press that doctors at the Son Espases University Hospital in Palma de Mallorca were preparing his partner, Andrea Prudente, for a procedure to remove the remaining fetal tissue because she was at risk of a life-threatening infection. A medical evacuation flight transported the couple from Malta to Mallorca late Thursday.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
Kentucky recorded abortions at six facilities in 2020, according to a state report. Where were the procedures performed, and what types were the most common? Here’s the commonwealth’s data.
A 31-year-old woman said she was hospitalized after eating Daily Harvest lentils. Now she fears permanent liver damage.
Hundreds of people have been reporting illness after eating a recalled Daily Harvest product, and some have had surgeries or ongoing health issues.
"Was it really worth jeopardizing my well-being just to have a genetic link to my non-guaranteed future child? I decided that I would try," the author writes.
- Martha Stewart Living
Nutrient-dense foods are the key to strong nail growth, according to a registered dietitian and nail pros.
A YouTuber asked a random New Yorker for his thoughts on abortion. The stranger turned out to be the former president of Planned Parenthood.
"You cannot make abortion go away by criminalizing it. All you do is you make it unsafe," former president of Planned Parenthood Alexander Sanger said.
- USA TODAY Opinion
Fertility services like IVF could be effectively outlawed in states that legislatively declare that life begins at conception, Cathryn Oakley writes.
- Biloxi Sun Herald
He is in the intensive-care unit at a local hospital, according to local media reports.
- E! News
Bachelor Nation's Cam Ayala Undergoes Leg Amputation Surgery After Years-Long Struggle With Lymphedema
Cam Ayala, who appeared on The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise, has undergone leg amputation surgery. See what he's shared from his inspiring journey.
Alito said women seeking abortions should have to listen to distressing details about fetal development as 'part of the responsibility of moral choice'
The memo also laid out the conservative justice's strategy for eventually overturning abortion rights in the US, The New York Times reported.
- Idaho Statesman
If Idaho’s Republican legislators really do care about babies, they should now focus their attention on what happens after they’re born. │ Opinion
"We believe we have two very strong Omicron-adapted candidates that elicit a substantially higher immune response against Omicron," Albert Bourla, CEO of Pfizer, shared Saturday
- Visalia Times-Delta | Tulare Advance Register
While abortion remains legal in California, the 3,070,000 people in the Central Valley have few options when it comes to reproductive health.
Lymphatic drainage is booming as the detox generation looks for holistic ways to achieve peak health.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
'We're deeply concerned': Large Arizona employers offer to pay for employees' travel to get abortions
Some of Arizona's largest employers are offering to reimburse their employees for the cost to seek a legal abortion.