Laquedia Moore is in the hospital fighting for her life after she was diagnosed with a rare form of heart failure earlier this month.
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.
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.
A man who had headaches for years went to an optician when he started seeing black orbs. He was diagnosed with brain cancer and says the appointment saved his life.
Matt Voice, 40, had surgery to remove 70% of the brain tumor causing his symptoms. "The part of the tumor removed was the size of a fist," he said.
- Kansas City Star
It’s a true story about African history that gives us insight into what’s happening today in our world. | Opinion
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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.
- 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.
COVID Increases Risk for Developing Neurological Conditions Within First Year After Infection, Study Finds
Complications such as strokes, seizures, memory and movement disorders occurred 7% more in patients who had been infected with COVID than in similar, uninfected patients
- The Independent
In the moving post, Alain Champagne spoke out about the toll that the tickborne infection had taken on his daughter and how, ultimately, it had ‘hijacked’ her brain
- The Independent
The vegetable was shown to lower blood sugar levels and cholesterol levels
- The Daily Beast
GettyMore people in the U.S. are surviving with cancer and living longer lives than ever before, even as nearly 2 million Americans are estimated to receive cancer diagnoses in 2022 alone, according to a new report from the American Association for Cancer Research. The report was released on Wednesday and chronicles statistics on cancer occurrence and mortality, new therapies that have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer care and r
Knee arthritis is characterized by damaged cartilage. Here, doctors explain arthritis of the knee, causes, symptoms, treatments, types, risks, and prevention.
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One person is dead after an explosion sent eight people to hospitals and caused the collapse of a nearby building in Chicago on Tuesday, officials said.
- The Providence Journal
With bad flu season potentially ahead and COVID masks mostly off, health experts urge vaccinations
- Raleigh News and Observer
Those hospitalized with COVID were 45% more likely to have heart failure after discharge than those hospitalized for another reason, the study found.
- The Independent
Performer recognised for career and Aids advocacy: ‘I’m never flabbergasted, but I’m flabbergasted’
A new documentary explores how we may be close to the end.
- The Desert Sun
The vast majority of people who filled out the county's vaccine interest form now qualify to get a shot.
- The Hill
Story at a glance Researchers are testing a modified cold sore virus to help fight cancer. Encoded in the virus are the instructions to produce a specific antibody. Preliminary results from a phase 1 clinical trial suggest that this therapy may work in reducing the size of tumors. Researchers have genetically modified a herpes virus…
- The Conversation
HIV therapies currently need to be taken regularly for life – longer-lasting antibody treatments could one day offer an equally effective one-shot alternative
Broadly neutralizing antibodies are able to recognize multiple strains of HIV at once. Naeblys/iStock via Getty Images PlusAntiretroviral therapy has had an enormous impact on treating HIV infections around the world. The millions of people currently taking these treatments under medical supervision can reasonably expect to reduce their viral loads to undetectable levels, eliminate the risk of transmission and live a normal life span. However, antiretroviral therapy is not without shortcomings.
- The Guardian
Studies collectively examined nearly 30,000 samples over the past five years in ‘disturbing’ findings