Plain White T's singer Tom Higgenson surprised a cancer patient named Delilah with -- you guessed it -- a "Hey There Delilah" serenade.
- Yahoo Life
A 'concerning' number of women 65 and older are dying from cervical cancer, according to a new study
More older women are being diagnosed with late-stage cervical cancer, which experts say is concerning. Here's what you need to know.
Tori Spelling brought her mom Candy Spelling and two daughters, Stella, 14, and Hattie, 11, to see the closing night of Mean Girls on Broadway in Hollywood
- The Daily Beast
MSNBCWeeks after blaming NFL safety Damar Hamlin’s cardiac arrest on COVID-19 vaccines, right-wing media personalities decided to train their latest anti-vaxx conspiracy theories on an MSNBC anchor who just returned to work following a health scare.After being “out of commission” for a month, Yasmin Vossoughian returned to the air this weekend and informed MSNBC viewers that she’d suffered from myocarditis after battling a cold—resulting in a lengthy hospital stay.The 44-year-old host, who said
What it’s like to take the blockbuster drugs Ozempic and Wegovy, from severe side effects to losing 50 pounds
Ten people taking Ozempic and other medications for weight loss or diabetes describe a wide variety of experiences.
Becca Barlow suffered a stroke after a neck adjustment. A jury recently agreed that her chiropractor was at fault.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is probably not as sick as many would wish him to be, and it would be dangerous to overestimate the extent of the Kremlin leader’s health problems, Israeli military doctor Boris Bril has said.
- BuzzFeed News
Tyre Nichols Had Crohn’s Disease. His Mother Disputed That It Would Take Five Police Officers To Subdue Him.
“You had five officers’ combined weight of over a thousand pounds beating up on a young man that’s only a buck fifty.”View Entire Post ›
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
"This world needs more love in it, and I believe that is what she was put here to provide. Love, pure and simple."
- NBC News
Valley fever, historically found only in the Southwest, is spreading. It can have devastating consequences.
Valley fever is a fungal infection that typically occurs in the dry desert regions of the Southwest. Climate change could spread the fungi's range, putting more people at risk.
- Women's Health
Gastroenterologists explain the most common causes of foul-smelling stool, like changes in gut bacteria, food allergies, celiac disease, IBD, and malabsorption.
MARKET PULSE Moderna Inc. (MRNA) said Monday that the Food and Drug Administration granted the company’s experimental respiratory syncytial virus vaccine a Breakthrough Therapy Designation. Moderna said it plans to apply for approval in the first half of this year.
- Women's Health
Obesity specialist Dr. Spencer Nadolsky shares what new weight-loss medications are on the horizon, and explains common misconceptions about these drugs.
The 4 best diets for healthy aging that experts say will keep your brain sharp and your body healthy
“Diet is a key determinant of healthy aging.”
- BuzzFeed News
Accidents happen. But there are some ways to decrease the likelihood that they’ll happen to you.View Entire Post ›
A study found that a majority of people who take semaglutide — branded as Ozempic and Wegovy — gain most of the weight back within a year of stopping the medication
- LA Times
Unvaccinated people were more than seven times as likely to die from COVID-19 in Los Angeles County as those who received an updated booster during the latest coronavirus spike.
How will we know when the COVID-19 pandemic is over in the U.S.? Steven Phillips on how we have to think differently about risk today
- NBC News
Being overweight in midlife has been linked to greater risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, and a new study shows that brain changes in obese people mirror some of those with Alzheimer’s.
'We've been forgotten and ignored.'
- The Florida Times-Union
New guidance on childhood obesity urges early intervention in children's lives, rather than delaying treatment to see if they outgrow weight gain.