The Washington State Department of Health will be giving an update how local health leaders are responding to the monkeypox outbreak.
A man who hadn't had sex in months caught monkeypox after going to a crowded outdoor event. Experts say being intimate is still the most common way the virus spreads.
The man danced close to people who were wearing sleeveless tops and shorts for a few hours at a time at the event.
- The Recount
Fox News’ Steve Doocy explains the real-world consequences of Republicans' FBI-bashing to Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY).
Fox News host Steve Doocey took Senator Rand Paul to task over his accusations that the FBI search was illegitimate, pointing out that the attacks on the agency are putting agents there at risk. DOOCEY: Well, and Senator absolutely Congress has oversight over the FBI and the Department of Justice and everything else. The problem is over the last week or so there's been so much violent rhetoric directed at the FBI and I heard somebody printed FBI stands for Fascist Bureauof Investigation or something like that.
Woman Rushed To The Hospital For Acute Poisoning After 'Potential Kidnapping Attempt' At Texas Restaurant
A Texas woman had quite a scare on Tuesday after she was rushed to the emergency room for acute poisoning, The Shade Room reports.
- The Telegraph
Britain is in the grip of a new silent health crisis.
- The New York Times
The ads are everywhere — as are the inflated claims: Special shampoos and treatments, sometimes costing thousands of dollars, will make hair grow. But many dermatologists who specialize in hair loss say that most of these products do not work. “There is an endless array of useless hair-growth remedies,” often at “significant cost,” said Dr. Brett King, a dermatologist at Yale School of Medicine. Yet, he added, “because people are desperate, such hair growth remedies continue to abound.” But ther
Eating too much in one sitting or throughout the day can stress your digestive system and have side effects, like heartburn, if it becomes a habit.
- The Hill
White House coronavirus response coordinator Ashish Jha said Wednesday evening that updated COVID-19 vaccines are expected to be available in “a few short weeks” for everyone over the age of 12. “The vaccines that are coming in a few short weeks are specifically designed for the virus that’s out there, and I believe it’s…
- Yahoo Canada Style
While sweating is normal, excessive sweating — even during summer — could be a sign of a bigger problem.
The causes of leg cramps at night can range from nutrient deficiency to tough workouts. Here, experts break down how to prevent and get rid of leg cramps.
A man with monkeypox shared a three-week timeline of his rash with pictures to raise awareness of monkeypox symptoms and how the virus is spreading.
- Myrtle Beach Sun News
Seeking to protect their health, the men felt they’d exposed themselves to the same societal disease that struck people with HIV in the 1980s and ’90s.
- Eating Well
These tasty recipes are lower in calories and high in fiber, a combination that can help you stay full and satisfying and promote weight loss, if that is your goal. They're also lower in saturated fat and sodium and focus on complex carbs like whole grains, legumes and produce, so you can easily fit these dishes into a diabetes-friendly eating pattern. Savory recipes like our Meal-Prep Chili-Lime Chicken Bowls and Winter Kale & Quinoa Salad with Avocado are perfect for lunch or dinner.
- The Hill
Story at a glance A report by All Points North found a growing number of physicians are turning to alcohol and drugs while working. Over the last three months, 1 in 7 physicians admitted to consuming alcohol or controlled substances at work. At the same time, 1 in 5 health care workers said they chose to…
Large-scale study finds COVID patients at higher risk of brain fog and psychosis after two years compared with other respiratory illnesses
People who have had COVID-19 are facing a higher risk of neurological and psychiatric conditions some two years after the illness compared with other respiratory illnesses, according to a large-scale study that was published in the Lancet Psychiatry journal.
- ABC News
A scathing internally initiated review of how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention handled COVID-19 has found that its approach toward the pandemic failed to meet the moment of crisis, and offered a series of changes intended to revamp the agency and make it more nimble. "For 75 years, CDC and public health have been preparing for COVID-19, and in our big moment, our performance did not reliably meet expectations," CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said in a statement on Wednesday. A fact sheet outlining the review, obtained by ABC News and confirmed by the CDC, said that the "need for change came through loud and clear."
- USA TODAY
The deaths both involved oysters from Louisiana, and although such deaths are rare, experts say there is a risk that comes with eating raw shellfish.
South Carolina GOP lawmaker chokes up describing teen who was at risk of losing her uterus due to an abortion ban he voted for: 'That whole week I did not sleep'
South Carolina state Rep. Neal Collins held back tears as he said a 19-year-old's abortion was delayed even though the fetus was unviable.
- LA Times
Column: Everyone is thrilled that Medicare can finally negotiate drug prices. Prepare to be disappointed
Allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices won't help as much as anyone thinks.
- NBC News
NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel announced Thursday that his son Henry, 6, has died. “Our beloved son Henry passed away.
- Yahoo News Canada
SickKids warning to parents: Secure prescription for children's pain and fever drugs as shortage spreads
Toronto’s SickKids hospital is advising parents and caregivers of patients there that they should secure prescriptions for certain over-the-counter liquid fever and pain medication in light of a country-wide shortage.