Leslie Deluca is a fighter with a won't give up attitude. She is also a Petersburg Police officer fighting cancer.
Just as the Omicron wave may have broken across the U.S. comes word of another version of the more transmissible variant, dubbed BA.2. It’s been nicknamed by some “stealth Omicron” because it seems to evade identification better than its predecessor. While other new variants that seemed worrisome — like Mu or Lambda — have had […]
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- USA TODAY
Monkey encounter: Pennsylvania woman being treated
- Yahoo Life
The color of your mucus can reveal some surprising things about your health. Here's what your mucus color means, according to experts.
What to know about isolation, masking and more if you're still testing positive late into a COVID-19 infection.
- The State
His vantage point from inside the hospital is a rare glimpse inside how the COVID pandemic is impacting patients, the people who love them and the folks who are trying to save their lives.
- The Telegraph
A middle-aged spread may be a sign a person has “lucky” genes which protect against some diseases, according to a new study.
- Good Housekeeping
Chest pain, nausea, sweating — these symptoms and others can indicate a panic attack or a true emergency heart attack. Here's how you know the difference, according to cardiologists
- Kansas City Star
We looked into some Kansas City reader questions about the omicron variant. Here’s what we found.
- USA TODAY
Is long COVID a syndrome or a series of coronavirus complications? What we know now about lingering symptoms.
Long COVID is probably a wide array of diseases, say experts, who continue to study the mysterious lingering symptoms faced by some who get COVID-19.
- The Metrowest Daily News
Q: If I decide not to get vaccinated for Covid and I get infected, it is my problem and no one else’s. Why should anyone care?
Omicron is less virulent and more infectious than previous COVID-19 variants, giving experts hope it could be the pandemic's last stand
Activewear made by brands like Old Navy and Lululemon tested positive for toxic chemicals called PFAS which are linked to cancer.
- USA TODAY Opinion
Coronavirus variant omicron is much less likely to put you in the hospital, especially if you recently had COVID-19 or are vaccinated and boosted.
- Men's Health
Excess belly fat can lead to chronic health problems like diabetes and heart disease. Use these 11 expert tips to get rid of stubborn belly fat for good.
DJ Ferguson, a 31-year-old father of two with a third child on the way, is in desperate need of a new heart but he "doesn’t really believe" in the COVID-19 vaccine, his father said
While her story is pretty unusual, post-salon infections are somewhat common.
A new report says no amount of alcohol is good for your heart. Controversial new research from the World Health Federation details the benefits and downfalls.
You've probably heard about accounts of brain fog and loss of taste, but according to a new report, some people are also experiencing tremors after contracting COVID-19.
- Associated Press
Tokyo on Tuesday reported a record high of COVID-19 cases, as Japan prepared to implement new anti-virus measures amid surging infections driven by the highly contagious omicron variant. The capital city logged 12,813 new cases, while Japan's No. 2 business district of Osaka also reported a record caseload of 8,612. Rising infections have begun to disrupt hospitals, schools and other sectors in some areas.