The teenager is undergoing treatment for severe head trauma.
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It took the Branson fire department about 1 1/2 hours to rescue him, she said.
- The Daily Beast
Could the drug you take for insomnia, depression or bladder problems put you at greater risk for mental decline, or even dementia?
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"Small successes add up. One more rep can make a big difference."
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Like millions of Americans, Kevin was vaccinated against COVID-19 in March to protect himself. But the Tuesday after visiting bars with friends over a rainy Memorial Day weekend in Provincetown, Massachusetts, he had a running nose and some congestion. “I thought it was typical springtime allergies in New England,” said Kevin, 42, who spoke on the condition that his last name not be used. The symptoms worsened to headaches, body aches and sleepless nights. His doctor told him that it might be th
Gosiame Sithole was not recently pregnant and is receiving psychological support, officials say.
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Courtesy Molly HartThe daughter of an unvaccinated county employee in Florida who died after COVID-19 swept through the government office building where she worked says she and her family are steadfast in refusing their shots, even though their mother’s inoculated coworkers did not get sick at all.“No one in my family will be getting the vaccine,” Molly Hart told The Daily Beast.Hart’s mom, 58-year-old Mary Knight, passed away last week from complications related to COVID-19, Manatee County auth
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Last week, a stranger threatened to beat up me and my husband at a store. Apparently, this happens all the time. Why? ‘No matter what the charts show, people are still unemployed or fending off the creditors unleashed by the wreckage of their businesses.’ Photograph: LM Otero/AP Last week, a stranger threatened to beat up me and my husband in the checkout area of a grocery store. What set him off was that my husband, en route to return an unwanted item, had brushed past him. The man announced th
Yes, even in people who initially had asymptomatic cases.
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Angelina Jolie opens up about her daughter, Zahara’s, recent surgery in a an article for ‘Time’ magazine. The ‘Maleficent’ star shares Zahara with her ex, Brad Pitt, and in the article, Angie says their 16-year-old faced post-surgery struggles due to her race.
In a study about the health benefits linked to drinking coffee, researchers found that the more a person drank, the lower their risk of liver disease.
“How Do We Not Know This Story?”: Brutal Incident From Civil Rights History Uncovered In ‘The Blinding Of Isaac Woodard’
In 1946, it took the blinding of an African-American Army veteran to get some white Americans to see — from a federal judge to the president of the United States. It was February of that year when 27-year-old Isaac Woodard stepped aboard a Greyhound bus in Augusta, GA, for a trip home to South Carolina, […]
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Ex-Cubs star Ben Zobrist alleges former pastor had affair with his wife, defrauded charity in lawsuit
Ben Zobrist is seeking $6 million in damages amid claims that his former pastor was sleeping with his wife and defrauding his charity.
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Real talk: We don’t talk about the pelvic floor nearly as much as we should. This important set of muscles at the base of the pelvis supports the uterus, bladder, and bowel (large intestine). Pelvic floor strength is one of those things you don’t think about until something — in this case, usually peeing a 
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Puberty blockers have “unknown” and “life-changing consequences” for trans children, and could impact their fertility, the Court of Appeal has heard. An NHS Trust, which runs the UK's only gender identity development service for children, began its appeal to challenge a landmark legal ruling over the use of puberty-blocking drugs for children on Wednesday. The legal challenge has been launched after the High Court ruled in December that children under 16 with gender dysphoria can only consent to
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Chadwick Boseman's death last year due to colon cancer led one man to take charge of his own health and try to inspire others to do the same. Nicholas St. Fleur, a reporter for STAT News, a health, medicine and science-focused publication, decided to get a colon cancer screening and document it from start to finish. St. Fleur said Boseman's death alerted him to the importance of getting screened for cancer considering he had several risk factors -- he is Black and has a family history of the disease.
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Q. All of my friends have had string face-lifts. They’re convincing me I should do it. Would you recommend it?
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