National Stroke Awareness Month interview with Dr. Bushnell
“I Was In Excruciating Pain Throwing Up” — This Woman Says She Was Hospitalized After Eating Daily Harvest’s Lentil Crumbles, And She’s Not Alone
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What are the early warning signs of ovarian cancer? Mara Kofoed was diagnosed after months of trying to figure out vague symptoms such as fatigue and bloating.
New Omicron subvariant swamping the U.S. escapes immunity from vaccination and previous infections, new studies say
The subvariants recently caused a fresh wave of infections in South Africa, and are pushing the U.K. to the brink of another wave of the disease.
"A lot of people have made headlines talking about GCS. Almost all of them have one thing in common: They’ve never actually been through it. I have."
- Biloxi Sun Herald
He is in the intensive-care unit at a local hospital, according to local media reports.
A few weeks ago, after more than two years of evading COVID-19, I tested positive on a home rapid test.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Kelly Caminero/The Daily Beast/Getty/ShutterstockThe monkeypox outbreak that health authorities first noticed in Europe back in May is getting worse. According to the World Health Organization’s latest report, there are over 2,100 confirmed cases, and at least one person has died.Now geneticists finally have enough data to begin getting a handle on how exactly the outbreak started—and where it might be heading.It’s not good news. Monkeypox, a viral disease that causes fever
- Raleigh News and Observer
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services reported the first case of monkeypox in the state.
Matthew Robertson died after getting married and just before his first child is born. He had epithelioid angiosarcoma, a rare and aggressive cancer.
- The Courier Journal
Dr. SarahBeth Hartlage, 36, died unexpectedly in March while at a medical conference in Florida. Here's what happened.
Does what you eat raise your skin cancer risk? Eating more fish was associated with a higher risk of melanoma in a new study. What seafood lovers need to know.
- Miami Herald
The parents filed the lawsuit against the Boston hospital to ensure “no other family has to suffer the same grief and trauma that they have suffered,” their attorney said.
- Miami Herald
To reduce the “overall burden of death and disease” from COVID-19, strategies to prevent reinfection are needed, according to researchers.
Omicron has led to subvariants called BA 4 and BA 5. The current dominant variant spreading COVID in the U.S. is BA.2.12.1. What is the future of coronavirus variants?
The first step in Clea Shearer’s battle against breast cancer was simply finding out that she had it. But even that was far from simple.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
Kentucky recorded abortions at six facilities in 2020, according to a state report. Where were the procedures performed, and what types were the most common? Here’s the commonwealth’s data.
- Associated Press
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, says his COVID-19 recovery is an “example” for the nation on the protection offered by vaccines and boosters. Speaking during a White House briefing, Fauci, 81, said he began experiencing virus symptoms on June 14 and tested positive a day later. “I’m still feeling really quite fine,” Fauci said Thursday, as the administration emphasized the protection offered by vaccines to people of all ages, after the U.S. became the first country in the world to extend vaccine eligibility to children as young as six months.
- The Telegraph
People are struggling to confirm if they or their children are vaccinated against polio, it emerged on Thursday. Health officials urged the public on Wednesday to ensure their polio vaccines were up to date after an outbreak of the virus was detected in UK sewage samples. But some parents said they were pushed from one authority to another trying to get answers. It also emerged that permission from a GP must be granted to allow patients to access their own, or their children’s, medical records v
A farm feeding chickens with marijuana instead of antibiotics is fetching higher prices from consumers seeking organic poultry, researchers say
Researchers say the birds have been kept alive and healthy without antibiotics or medicines — and taste better too.
- The Hill
Story at a glance A new survey found 82 percent of women do not know they are at increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease. That’s despite the fact women make up nearly two-thirds of cases in the U.S. According to the survey, 73 percent of women have not talked about their brain health with a physician.…