Illinois reported 5,303 new COVID cases and 10 new deaths Wednesday.
- The Telegraph
Britain is in the grip of a new silent health crisis.
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.
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 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.
Yes, there are more infectious diseases popping up these days — experts say there are 7 clear reasons why
Polio, monkeypox, inexplicable liver damage in kids. "It's like all the biblical plagues are coming back, right?" one infectious disease expert said.
A 29-year-old woman with a lump in her breast said she was refused a mammogram because she was too young. She now has stage 4 cancer.
Philecia La'Bounty first felt a lump when adjusting her sports bra. It grew eight centimeters in eight months. She says she'll be on "chemo for life."
A dozen men with no monkeypox symptoms tested positive for the virus, raising questions about asymptomatic spread
A new French study reveals it's possible to test positive for monkeypox without showing any symptoms.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum Nicholas Brendon, best known for playing Xander Harris, has been hospitalized. The 51-year-old was taken to the hospital following a cardiac episode, according to a statement seemingly posted by his manager, Theresa Fortier, to his official social media page. The post ...
- State College Centre Daily Times
Close contacts have already been identified and notified, according to the university.
- LA Times
Health officials stress that at-home tests are a vital and accurate way of tracking COVID-19 infections but an initial negative test doesn't mean people are out of the woods.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical advisor to President Joe Biden, is encouraging Black Americans to get the updated booster […] The post Dr. Fauci encourages Black Americans to get soon-to-come updated booster amid COVID-19 surge appeared first on TheGrio.
A child in Oregon has tested positive for monkeypox and health officials said the virus was not contracted at school, child care, or another community setting
- Women's Health
Butt acne, or buttne, is especially common in active women. Here, dermatologists explain why this happens and how to treat and prevent butt breakouts.
- BuzzFeed News
The CDC recently relaxed its COVID guidelines involving quarantines, screening tests, and social distancing. That’s a terrible idea, some experts say, given that over 400 people die from the disease every day.View Entire Post ›
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.
Research found dietary salt substitutes can lower the risk of heart attack, stroke, and death from cardiovascular disease, and can lower high blood pressure.
2 people hospitalized in New York City after mosquito bites left them with life-threatening West Nile virus
A record number of mosquitoes in New York City have been detected to carry West Nile virus, which can cause fevers and brain swelling in severe cases.
- 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…
- Palm Beach Daily News
The 44-year-old father of four said his doctors told him his cancer came from breathing in toxins while on the job as a firefighter.
Health officials are working to figure out the source an E. coli outbreak that has sickened dozens of people in Ohio and Michigan. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Wednesday that 29 people have been infected with the outbreak strain of E. coli O157. According to the CDC, 14 people in Ohio and 15 people in Michigan have been infected.