Dr. Kristin Moffitt, an infectious disease specialist with Boston Children's Hospital, talks about COVID-19 vaccines for children younger than 5.
- The Bergen Record
I spent much of the pandemic writing 300 articles documenting it. But writing about it and living through the symptoms are very different things.
- LA Times
Taking preventative measures is especially important now as BA.4 and especially BA.5 can reinfect even those who recently contracted an earlier Omicron subvariant.
- The State
There are four kinds of venomous spiders in South Carolina. Here’s how to spot them and their bites.
Here, experts explain what happens if you eat mold. Accidentally eating mold in small amounts is likely not harmful—but you risk consuming dangerous mycotoxins.
- Good Morning America
As federal officials move to address growing concerns over an outbreak of monkeypox in the U.S., an increasing number of positive cases are emerging across the country. Last week, Brian Thomas, 32, of Baltimore became the latest American to test positive for monkeypox -- a diagnosis he has been sharing openly on social media, in the hope of curbing the spread by raising awareness about the disease. "I probably first started hearing about monkeypox a month or two ago and I really kind of wrote it off," Thomas told ABC News.
- Business Insider
Other experts say the latest COVID-19 variant is especially contagious and the "worst version of the virus that we've seen."
- The Courier Journal
Taking care of your mental health is a job that requires constant, daily work, and it extends beyond therapy sessions.
A medical breakthrough is offering promise for cancer patients.
- LA Times
Even after an osteoporosis diagnosis, singer Jackie Evancho was giving in to anorexia completely, she tells People, 'and that's so dark and painful.'
- Good Housekeeping
Matcha's health benefits, including inflammation-reducing antioxidants and brain-boosting amino acids, are highlighted by nutritionists.
- National Review
Chuck Schumer is set to introduce a new reconciliation package that reflects an agreement among all Senate Democrats.
- The Conversation
How hot is too hot for the human body? Our lab found heat + humidity gets dangerous faster than many people realize
Long-term exposure to high heat can become lethal. Mark Wilson/Getty ImagesHeat waves are becoming supercharged as the climate changes – lasting longer, becoming more frequent and getting just plain hotter. One question a lot of people are asking is: “When will it get too hot for normal daily activity as we know it, even for young, healthy adults?” The answer goes beyond the temperature you see on the thermometer. It’s also about humidity. Our research shows the combination of the two can get da
- USA TODAY Opinion
'CUP' is one of the least known and most deadly cancers. Scientists are working on treatments, with help from my mom, who donated her body to science.
- Eating Well
The Mediterranean diet is one of the healthiest eating patterns to follow, and these lunches make following it easy and delicious. Filled with staple ingredients of the Mediterranean diet like chickpeas, fish, whole-grain bread and greens, these lunch ideas have flavors that are super nutritious and perfect for summer. Recipes like our Mediterranean Pasta Salad and Mozzarella, Basil & Zucchini Frittata are flavorful options to help keep you satisfied throughout the day.
- Yahoo Canada Style
Having a healthy gut can help keep chronic diseases like cancer and diabetes at bay.
What does skin cancer look like at start? Man diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma, treated with cream after his first routine skin check with a dermatologist.
Hayden Panettiere reveals she sent her daughter to live with her dad in Ukraine when her alcohol addiction escalated: 'I would have the shakes when I woke up'
"I wanted to be a good mom to her — and sometimes that means letting them go," the "Nashville" star said about her choice to send her daughter away.
One month after taking 80 times the recommended dose of vitamin D, the man had symptoms including diarrhea, tummy pain, and ringing in his ears.
Junshi Biosciences has developed a promising covid antiviral drug, VV116, by modifying Gilead's technology.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Munchausen syndrome by proxy is a mental health disorder in which a caretaker — usually a mother — fakes another person’s illness.