Man, 12-year-old girl hospitalized after being injured in east Louisville shooting
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Lyme disease is caused by bacteria spread through bites from an infected tick.
Doing 5 minutes of daily 'breath training' may reduce high blood pressure as effectively as medication, researchers say
A technique like weight lifting for your breath can improve blood pressure as much as medication, weight loss, and diet for all ages, study suggests.
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Terminally-ill cancer patients have seen their tumours completely eradicated or shrunk after being treated with a genetically-engineered version of the herpes virus.
This flu season may be awful — but a well-timed flu shot and strategic masking will help protect you
Experts say getting a flu shot by the end of November is ideal, and there are certain instances where you should mask up.
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The BA.5 variant from the summer wave of cases has now fallen to 83.1% of new infections.
'The tools are getting picked off’: An ever-mutating mix of COVID variants means fewer and less effective treatments this fall
One up and coming variant renders society’s last universal COVID antibody drug powerless, experts say. Another variant isn’t far behind it.
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It’s a true story about African history that gives us insight into what’s happening today in our world. | Opinion
A respiratory virus that pops up every two years is causing an increase in pediatric hospitalizations in some parts of the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC said earlier this month that more children and teens tested positive for a type of enterovirus called EV-D68 in July and August of this year compared with the same two-month period in 2019, 2020 and 2021. It also said that hospitals in several U.S. regions had notified the agency in August about an increasing number of hospitalizations of pediatric patients who tested positive for rhinoviruses or enteroviruses.
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You'll be able to enjoy delicious and nutritious dinners all month long with these recipes. With complex carbs like whole-wheat pasta and low counts of saturated fats and sodium, these meals are well-suited for a diabetes-friendly eating pattern. And because these meals are diabetes-friendly, they also meet our heart-healthy nutrition parameters.
Do you have allergies, a cold, the flu or COVID-19? Here's what experts say about common symptoms, treatments and when to get tested for these illnesses.
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A big question with the new COVID-19 vaccine: Can you mix brands? Here is what experts say
You need to get your primary COVID-19 vaccine first—and it’s not just about red tape. Plus, a timeline for your booster if you’re just getting vaccinated now.
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As the United States heads into the fall and winter, questions are arising about whether the return of masks is needed to stem a potential COVID-19 surge. Evidence has shown COVID cases and hospitalizations tend to rise during the colder months when people congregate indoors. Currently, cases and hospitalizations are on the decline in the U.S. after having peaked in late July, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“Whenever you lose a pregnancy it is always cautious optimism when you are pregnant again,” Legend says.
- Men's Health
New research has linked COVID-19 with a higher risk of blood clots for up to a year after having the virus. Here's what you need to know.
I Asked ER Workers To Tell Me The Shocking Things They're Totally Used To Now And The Answers Are Wild
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It could help prevent Long COVID
Whether it’s heart disease, cancer, stroke or diabetes, 6 in 10 adults have a chronic disease. Even more alarming, 4 in 10 people have two or more. With chronic diseases affecting more and more people each year, it’s important to be aware of what causes these health conditions and the steps you can ...
It’s clear that some radical, and perhaps radically beneficial, things happen when you give your body breaks from food
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A pet owner tested her dog's senses in a very sweet video.