Stabbing at Lansdowne High School leaves a 15-year-old girl seriously injured
TikTok star Randy Gonzalez died of colon cancer at 35 — these are the top risk factors, from diet to drinking habits
Randy Gonzalez died of colon cancer at 35. The disease is on the rise among younger people due to risk factors like diet and lack of exercise.
- Business Insider
A 23-year-old woman was throwing up uncontrollably for two years — until doctors discovered she had a mysterious cannabis-related syndrome
The 23-year-old patient said she had been using cannabis for several years, and that the only thing that soothed her nausea was a hot bath.
- USA TODAY
XBB.1.5 is the latest, highly-contagious COVID-19 variant. Here are products to help prevent infection.
- The Telegraph
Ovarian cancer can be diagnosed eight months earlier than normal by studying loyalty card data showing which medicines women have bought, a new study has shown.
An alarming report shows Boeing workers are at risk of cancer after long-time exposure to a carcinogen far above legal limits, and some say the company isn't doing enough to protects its employees.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyIf you’re East or Southeast Asian, you’re probably very familiar with the alcohol flushing response—otherwise known as the “Asian glow.” After one or two drinks, your face and body grows redder than a sun-dried tomato, and people start asking you if you somehow got sunburned at the bar or party that night.The flushing response is the result of a genetic quirk. More specifically, it’s an inherited deficiency with an enzyme dubbed aldehyde
The comedian opened up about previously taking Ozempic and how she believes the recent trend of using the diabetes drug for weight loss is going to “backfire”
- The Telegraph
Three years ago, Alex Guevara, a 47-year-old paramedic practitioner based in Milton Keynes, decided that it was time to take drastic action to address his spiralling weight.
Common viral infections may be having far-reaching effects on our brain health, new research suggests. The study found a link between dozens of different viral exposures and a later increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other brain disorders. More research will be needed to untangle the true role, if any, these infections could play in causing these conditions, however.
- Good Morning America
What to know about 'Ozempic face' as some users claim popular diabetes drugs used for weight loss leave them looking gaunt
As the buzz has continued to grow over Ozempic and other new drugs targeted for Type 2 diabetes and obesity, some users are claiming a new side effect. The term "Ozempic face" has been coined and used on social media to describe what some people say is an aged or gaunt look on the faces of people who use the medication. The hashtag #Ozempicface delivers dozens of results on social media platforms like TikTok, and some dermatologists say they are seeing the phenomenon in their practices too.
Report Highlights: More people died from cardiovascular-related causes in 2020, the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, than in any year since 2003, according to data reported in the American Heart Association’s 2023 Statistical Update. The largest...
- Miami Herald
An author of the COVID study that DeSantis cited said the opposite was true: The bivalent vaccine helps prevent COVID infection.
- BuzzFeed News
“I haven't been the same since I got da jabby jabby. now i only do the stankiest of legs.”View Entire Post ›
It's time to rethink the data we're using to measure the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic.
RHONJ 's Jackie Goldschneider Criticizes Weight Loss Trend of Misusing Ozempic: 'Eating Disorder in a Needle'
The reality star — who has discussed her recovery from an 18-year eating disorder — spoke out about the recent trend of using Ozempic, medication for type 2 diabetes, for weight loss
The type two diabetes drug Ozempic is being used off-label for weight loss, and causing a side effect dubbed “Ozempic face” in some. Here's why.
- Yoga Journal
Chances are you've heard someone say that those who regularly practice yoga rarely get sick. Or perhaps a teacher told your class that yoga can ward off colds or the flu. There’s no shortage of claims that yoga or other lifestyle interventions can improve your immunity.
"These are true heroes," said Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval. "It’s been incredible to see Cincinnati rally around Damar and those who stepped up to help him recover."
- The Bergen Record
Flu transmission rates have dropped in recent weeks in New Jersey at a time of year when they normally surge. RSV and COVID numbers are also down.
- Eating Well
A new study found that vitamin D might metabolize differently depending on your weight, which could affect how you benefit from the essential nutrient.