- While health experts say vaccination is the best weapon against COVID-19, monoclonal antibody therapy can give some who test positive a leg up against the virus.
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“We thought things couldn’t get much worse in DeSantis’ handling of the pandemic, but we were wrong," the newspaper's editorial board wrote.
- Eating Well
Research has shown that this one thing can reduce your risk by nearly 300%.
- The Telegraph
World Menopause Day last week caused a big spike in articles and awareness of the menopause; its symptoms, treatments and some practicalities, but naturally there were still some questions remaining. We asked you to submit your questions to Dr Louise Newson, a leading menopause specialist and founder of balance-app.com, and here you can find her answers across a range of topics...
- USA TODAY
Breast cancer patients say 'cold capping' saved their hair. What is it and why aren't more people doing it?
Scalp cooling therapy is available to all cancer patients except those battling certain blood-related cancers, but many don’t know the option exists.
- Washington Examiner
A longtime Minnesota general surgeon was dismissed from his hospital after arguing parents should make healthcare decisions for their children.
- Miami Herald
The citizen science project included more than 21,000 ticks collected across the country.
At least 300 bikers and hundreds others gathered on Saturday and raised at least $5,000 for Alex Hook's recovery
Long COVID ‘affects every single aspect of a person’s daily life and daily functioning,’ including employment: study
A new study from researchers at Mount Sinai shows just how serious long COVID can be, and how long it can last --- even for patients who weren't hospitalized.
Getting at least five hours of moderate-intensity activity per week may prevent certain types of cancers, new research suggests.
- Men's Health
Diet, travel, medications and other things that can contribute to being constipated all the time. Plus: What do to do about it.
The first lady is encouraging women to undergo routine health screenings in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
- Good Housekeeping
Check Your Medicine Cabinet: Blood Pressure Medications Recalled Over Potential Cancer-Causing Ingredients
Lupin Pharmaceuticals is recalling all Irbesartan tablets and Irbesartan and Hydrochlorothiazide tablets, which might have carcinogenic impurities.
- The Week
How Germany is beating COVID, and what America can learn
- Women's Health
The 42-year-old actress stripped down to her underwear for breast cancer research—and she is looking extra toned! Kate swears by Pilates and Peloton Tread.
- The New York Times
The number of new daily COVID-19 cases in the United States has plunged 57% since peaking on Sept. 1. Almost as encouraging as the magnitude of the decline is its breadth: Cases have been declining in every region. Forecasting COVID’s future is extremely difficult, and it’s certainly possible that cases will rise again in the coming weeks. But the geographic breadth of the decline does offer reason for optimism. Sign up for The Morning newsletter from the New York Times Past COVID increases have
- Idaho Statesman
Health officials say it could serve as a blueprint for boosting rates in other counties, in a state that ranks almost dead last.
Official data says 8.5 million people got Covid-19 in Africa, but more accurate estimates puts the number closer to 60 million.
- The Telegraph
An air filtration machine made all traces of Covid-19 “disappear” from the air in a hospital ward, a study has revealed, which scientists say could signal the end of in-hospital transmission.
A different way of tracking what you eat could be 10-15% more accurate than current calorie counts for weight loss, obesity expert Giles Yeo said.