House Bill 371, which just passed, will improve breast cancer screenings by including lifesaving technology and detailed communication with patients.
- The Telegraph
Pancreatic cancer may be reversed by a so-called “gremlin” therapy, scientists have found in a landmark discovery.
- The Hill
Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious diseases doctor, said he is experiencing a rebound of COVID-19 symptoms after taking Pfizer’s antiviral drug Paxlovid. Fauci, 81, contracted COVID-19 earlier this month, and while his symptoms were initially “minimal,” he was prescribed a five-day course of Paxlovid when they worsened because of his age. Paxlovid is the…
Twin Omicron subvariants have taken over the U.S., but they’re not quite identical. One is ‘the worst version of the virus we’ve seen’
“The Omicron subvariant BA.5 is the worst version of the virus that we’ve seen,” Dr. Eric Topol, a professor of molecular medicine at Scripps Research and founder and director of the Scripps Research Translational Institute, blogged Monday in anticipation of the viral coup.
- USA TODAY Opinion
Indifference makes this whole ordeal harder for everyone. Without community norms, doing the right thing can make you feel rather foolish.
Matt Ford took to social media to share his story.
- Consequence of Sound
The Blink-182 drummer was taken by ambulance to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for an undisclosed medical issue. Travis Barker Hospitalized in Los Angeles [UPDATED] Alex Young
- Women's Health
Rich New Yorkers are getting bladder surgery and Botox to avoid bathroom breaks on the drive to the Hamptons
Backed-up traffic to the Hamptons makes it hard to drive from NYC without a bathroom break. Some are seeking bladder surgery to solve the problem.
"I've learned more about my own specific health challenges and growth than I have probably in decades before that," the General Hospital actor tells PEOPLE of his current health update on Friday
- The Daily Beast
Don MasonAside from the vaccine, one of the biggest reasons we’ve seen a drop in COVID deaths since the start of the pandemic is because of the development of effective treatments. Doctors and nurses are better equipped to help patients who come in with a serious case of the virus, shortening hospital stays and alleviating pressure on a strained medical system. And, as time passes, better and more effective treatments are being discovered—and sometimes in very surprising places.That’s the case w
- Idaho Statesman
A top dairy producer, Idaho’s got more cows than people. Declines in cattle health can have big impacts on the state’s economy.
J Matthias Ford took to social media to share the ordeal of his battle with Monkeypox.
The Blink-182 drummer tweeted Tuesday morning "God save me."
Coronavirus tally: Daily Hospitalizations and deaths rise to multi-month highs, cases hold steady above 100K
Just as COVID-19-related hospitalizations and deaths are starting to break out to new multi-month highs, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommended on Tuesday that the U.S. should pursue a booster strategy had better protects against newer more dominant strains, like omicron. The FDA indicated that a new generation of COVID-19 boosters could be ready for rollout as soon as late summer or early fall. Meanwhile, the seven-day average of new COVID cases rose 3% from two weeks ago to 108,963
- The Week
Travis Barker hospitalized after medical emergency: 'God save me'
- The Telegraph
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have paid tribute to Dame Deborah James following "the heartbreaking news" of her death, saying: "Deborah was an inspirational and unfalteringly brave woman whose legacy will live on."
- Footwear News
Despite the surge in almost-immediate commitments from various companies, many of these benefits were likely already in place.
Eating more protein while dieting helps maintain lean muscle during weight loss and encourages healthier eating, study suggests
Adding more protein like chicken to a weight loss diet may make you more likely to maintain muscle, eat more veggies and less sugar, a study suggests.
- The Telegraph
Arthritis symptoms can be helped by positive thinking, Lancet research has suggested.
- Miami Herald
What is the COVID-19 situation like in Florida?