Magic Bullet Fund is a non-profit organization that helps people who have a cat or dog with cancer and cannot afford cancer treatment.
- USA TODAY
Jyrl Oldham was diagnosed with cancer while pregnant. She had her baby and started treatment. Her husband arranged this surprise after she beat it.
A virus that causes a common cold may be a factor.
The last person you’d expect to gaslight you is your doctor—but it’s more common than you might think. Here’s what to look for, and how to handle it.
- Southern Living
Listeria Outbreak Prompts Nationwide Recall Of Cheese Sold At Safeway, Meijer, Whole Foods, And More
Check your refrigerators!
If you’ve recently recovered from COVID-19, you’re probably wondering how long you’ll be immune to infection. As we continue to navigate how to handle new variants and stay safe throughout the pandemic, it’s important to understand how immunity works. There are different types of immunity: ...
I've had breast cancer twice. Here's the advice I'd give someone like Katie Couric who's just gotten their own diagnosis.
Katie Couric recently disclosed a breast-cancer diagnosis. As someone who's had it twice, I have advice about what newly diagnosed people can expect.
- Men's Health
Football players often display the reflex after a big hit, and it can be a sign of a concussion. Here's what experts say they mean by 'fencing response.'
Miranda McKeon, 20, Talks 'Empowerment' from Breast Reconstruction After Mastectomy: 'I Feel So Confident'
“Having a double mastectomy does not mean the end of self confidence,” Miranda McKeon, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2021, tells PEOPLE
- Yahoo Life
Doctors are prescribing the weight loss drug semaglutide. Here's what you need to know, according to experts and people who have tried it.
The weight loss drug semaglutide is being hailed as a “game changer.” But how does it work? And is it safe? Here’s what experts say.
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Woman Welcomes Baby Mid-Flight Weeks Before Due Date — and Birth Certificate Says He Was Born 'In the Air'
"Everything just happened so fast," says new mom Kendra Rhoden
- Women's Health
There have long been rumors that tomatoes can trigger inflammation in the body, leading to arthritis. But is this actually true? Here's what a doctor says.
- Eating Well
Once you scroll through these recipes, you'll be looking forward to dinner tonight. Ingredients like kimchi, asparagus, beans and onions are not only flavor-boosting additions to your dinner plate, but they can also help support your gut health. And by including them alongside poultry, fish, whole grains and other veggies, you can make healthy meals that naturally follow the Mediterranean diet, one of the healthiest eating patterns to follow.
A vitamin B12 deficiency can go unnoticed and cause symptoms like numb limbs and a yellow tinge to the skin and eyes. A dietitian explains how to get enough.
Vitamin B12 is mostly found in animal products, but vegans can get it from fortified plant milk or yeast flakes, a registered dietitian said.
- The Hill
President Biden on Tuesday bashed the University of Idaho over its new guidance against offering birth control for students, arguing contraception shouldn’t be controversial in this day and age. “Folks, what century are we in? What are we doing? I respect everyone’s view on this — personal decision they make. But, my lord, we’re talking…
Louisiana mom Katie Darling, who is running for U.S. Congress, goes into labor and gives birth in a campaign ad to oppose her state's strict abortion laws.
The author is a mom of three and shares the things she wished others would've told her before she got pregnant the first time around.
A change of seasons is the perfect time to start — or shake up — your fitness routine. Join the October Start TODAY challenge to reap the health benefits of walking.
In the “My Good Day Face” series on Mental, Tina Majorino opens up about her struggles
- Associated Press
When she asked why he couldn’t stay for the rest of the day, Manwell said the school told her they would call child protective services if she didn’t take him home. The call was just one of a dozen that Manwell received last fall telling her John couldn’t stay in school because of behaviors she says stemmed from his disability, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Many schools have promised to cut down on suspensions, since kids can't learn as well when they aren't in class.