September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. To help raise awareness, a Carson city councilman, along with the City of Hope and Providence Medical Center, are teaming up for the second annual Prostate Cancer Charity 5k.
A man's cancer vanished after he was injected with a weakened herpes virus in a promising clinical trial
The 39-year-old patient told the BBC that he was preparing for the end of his life when he learned about the experimental cancer drug.
More than half of women over 40 in the U.S. have dense breasts, which affects how their breast tissue shows up on a mammogram.
Woman Was Denied a Mammogram at Age 30 — but Ended Up with Stage 4 Breast Cancer: 'I Was Failed by the System'
Philecia La'Bounty felt a lump in her breast but was denied a mammogram due to her age and family history — months later, she found out she had breast cancer that had metastasized
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Common antidepressants may raise the risk of heart disease and an early death, a study suggests.
When all my limbs went numb one morning, I went to urgent care in a panic. It turned out to be a vitamin B12 deficiency.
Before I was diagnosed with a vitamin B12 deficiency, I had no idea the symptoms could be so severe. Five months later, I'm finally feeling better.
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If you're confused about the many COVID variants, you're not alone. Here's what experts are telling us.
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If you're enrolled in Medicare, you should know that open enrollment will soon kick off. Each year, seniors on Medicare can make changes to their existing coverage, from Oct. 15 all the way through Dec. 7. Medicare Advantage and Part D drug plans can change from year to year.
A 37-year-old woman took herbal supplements to treat her arthritis. Within weeks, she died of liver failure.
An Ayurvedic practitioner prescribed the woman unspecified herbal supplements, and her skin soon turned jaundiced, according to a coroner.
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Letters include why we need to stop anti-abortion extremists claiming they are advocates for life; and why we must stop making obesity a badge of pride.
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Bonnie Jo Mount/The Washington Post via GettyA 15-year-old mentally ill girl locked up and subjected to “degrading” treatment in a Texas juvenile detention facility since 2019 has a shot at being moved to a hospital after The Daily Beast reported on her plight.“Following the publishing of the article and after additional requests by the youth, her family, and advocates, the youth was approved for admission to a state hospital and placed on a waitlist,” her lawyer Brittany Norman said.“However, d
Whether you want to up your salad game or you're looking for a new side dish, quinoa is a must-have grain to add to your shopping cart. Both tasty and nutritious, quinoa has grown in popularity in recent years and people are coming up with new recipes and creative ways to incorporate quinoa into ...
An STD linked to infertility is silently spreading, scientists warn — here's how to spot signs of Mycoplasma genitalium
Most people with Mycoplasma genitalium don't experience symptoms, but it can cause pain when peeing in both men and women.
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Trans woman's 'horrible' TSA encounter starts conversation on TikTok about the anxiety transgender travelers face: 'They can do better and should'
A trans woman shared their "horrible" TSA experience and it opened up a larger conversation about the struggles trans people face.
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An anti-inflammatory diet has been linked to better heart health, longevity, and even improved arthritis. A dietitian explains what it means to eat this way.
A new study highlights risk factors driving increasing incidence of early-onset cancers. Researchers hypothesize why cancer is on the rise among young people.
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There is no delicate way to put it. Americans are fat and getting fatter every year. So, what can we do about it?
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A military judge on Friday acquitted a sailor of arson in a fire that destroyed the USS Bonhomme Richard, a blow to the Navy as it faces allegations of improper training and maintenance of the $1.2 billion amphibious assault ship. Ryan Sawyer Mays, 21, deeply exhaled when the verdict was read, put both hands on the defense table, broke into sobs and hugged supporters in the audience at Naval Base San Diego. Outside the courtroom building, Mays read a brief statement to reporters and declined to answer questions.
Exercise can help prevent disease and early death, especially if you do both strength training and cardio each week, a new study suggests.
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Dr. Anthony Fauci and his wife, Christine Grady, experienced millions in increased net worth as many Americans struggled during the pandemic, according to a watchdog group.
There are two key reasons experts are concerned the flu could hit early this year. A top expert explains why he's getting his shot very soon.