Over 20 people, most children, were injured in a fire in a basement in Queens on Wednesday. CBS2's Alecia Reid reports.
After surviving a cardiac arrest at just 24, Brittany Williams is on a mission to educate people about heart health and CPR. She also shares the warning sign that she dismissed.
- The Telegraph
Until recently, a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes was considered a one-way street. It meant a lifetime of medication and declining health. But a growing body of evidence indicates that many people, especially in the early stages of the disease, can put their Type 2 diabetes into remission simply by losing weight.
1000-Lb. Sisters' Tammy Slaton Achieves Goal Weight Required for Surgery: 'I Proved Everybody Wrong'
“I finally got my told-you-so moment,” Tammy Slaton said after weighing in at 534 lbs. in PEOPLE’s exclusive look at Tuesday’s episode of 1000-Lb. Sisters
- The Hill
Hundreds of ready-to-eat food products have been recalled due to potential listeria contamination, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced Friday. The Fresh Ideation Group, which is based in Baltimore, Md., is recalling food products sold from Jan. 24 through Jan. 30, according to an announcement released by the FDA. The announcement said that all…
- HuffPost Life
Many people who experience a transient ischemic attack will go on to have a stroke within 90 days. Here are the red flags.
- Motley Fool
Many people opt to make changes to their Medicare coverage during fall open enrollment. Here are a few signs that your Medicare Advantage plan isn't really working out so well. The premiums you're responsible for under your Medicare Advantage plan shouldn't come as a surprise, as those were no doubt disclosed to you when you first signed up.
- The Telegraph
Britain’s most prolific blood donor donated 25 times in 2022 and has been giving platelets every two weeks for more than 15 years.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Five people in Cooke County were exposed to rabies after handling infected livestock. Here’s how the viral disease can spread to humans.
- USA TODAY
Doctor admitted 'I made a mistake' after death of Michigan man, then was disciplined for misreading mammograms in New Hampshire.
‘My body was breaking down.’ This 75-year-old was sick and overweight, and now she’s full of energy and a fitness influencer.
The 75-year-old social media sensation shares how she got off medication and started lifting weights, biking and swimming, and how you can change your life too.
Norovirus cases are increasing across the country, but what is norovirus and how can you prevent it? Here’s the deal.
In the opening of HBO’s The Last of Us, a couple of scientists on a 1960s-era interview show debate the possibility of a fungus-driven pandemic destroying humanity. It not only sets the tone for the show, it makes you wonder if something like that could actually happen. The answer: No. At least, not right now. In the future, though, it’s a possibility.
Blue zone's expert Dan Buettner says eating beans every day can extend your life.
- The Telegraph
The birdsong is what you hear first. It’s lunchtime, in the middle of town, on one of the main thoroughfares. But in Oakham, the usual thrum of traffic you would expect this close to a high street is conspicuous by its absence. The only cacophony comes from the cawing and screeching of birds.
- The Daily Beast
Ritzau Scanpix/Mads Claus Rasmussen via ReutersThe same highly pathogenic bird-flu virus that’s killed tens of millions of chickens and other birds over the past year just got a lot closer to infecting people, too.An unusual outbreak of the H5N1 virus in minks—relatives of weasels—at a Spanish fur farm last fall also exposed the farm’s staff to the virus. Swift action by health authorities helped prevent any human infections. This time.But bird flu isn’t going away. And as H5N1 continues to circ
- The Telegraph
In the 2000 film American Psycho the famously unreliable narrator claims to start his day with a thousand stomach crunches. If they ever try a remake, this boast will be updated to 1000 standing abdominal moves.
Check your fridge before making a snack today because many common items have just been recalled — and you’ll want to pay attention. The US Food and Drug Administration announced the recall of more than 400 fruit cups, breakfast sandwiches, yogurt, salads, and more due to a possible Listeria contamination. The Baltimore-based company, Fresh Ideation […]
- Women's Health
This Mom Lost 95 Pounds In A Year By Building Small Healthy Eating And Exercise Habits That Kept Her On Track
After becoming a mom, Jessica P. did Weight Watchers, then counted calories and added Life Time fitness classes to lose weight and reverse her prediabetes.
These strength exercises for beginners will increase muscular strength, prevent injuries, and improve running economy, coordination, speed, agility, and power.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
State and federal officials counted 52 new COVID deaths during the latest reporting week.