Teen injured in shooting at Russell apartment complex, near 2 schools
- Dog Time
A veterinary nurse has said that a Labrador Retriever she was working with saved her life after head-butting her in the chest, Metro reports. Angie Shaw, who works at Beechwood Vets, was helping the dog onto a table. But the pup knocked her over, causing a lump in her chest. After a week, the lump […]
Peloton instructor Leanne Hainsby just shared some tough news with her followers.
- Good Morning America
Every day dozens of wounded soldiers are rushed here from some of the war's fiercest battles nearby. Shortly after we arrive, chief medic Vitaliy Stasyuk learns that an ambulance full of casualties is stuck near the front line.
- Business Insider
A 24-year-old says she 'ignored' her bloating and stomach pain until it got so bad she went to the ER. Doctors diagnosed her with ovarian cancer.
Chloe Etheridge said she didn't realize she had cancer symptoms: "I don't think young women know the symptoms of ovarian cancer."
- Popular Mechanics
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.
What I learned getting a mastectomy at 18, a time when I was already struggling with the meaning of masculinity.
- Sacramento Bee
A pickup rear-ended an SUV, investigators said, leading to the crash involving a third car.
- Business Insider
A man thought his hip hurt because he'd ran a marathon. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer that had spread to his bones.
The man, 62, experienced a "deep and aching" pain in the front of his left groin and into his thigh and knee.
- Women's Health
A 60 Minutes segment sparked furious debate after an expert paid by Wegovy manufacturer Novo Nordisk claimed that the number one cause of obesity is genetics.
- Motley Fool
If you want solid healthcare stocks that will be worth buying and holding for the next 10 years, you need to set the bar pretty high. But thanks to its portfolio and late-stage pipeline therapies, its next few years should feature strong growth.
- The Hill
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday updated the list of medicines and drugs it recommends to treat exposure to radiological and nuclear emergencies for the first time since 2007. The updated list, which advises nations on how to stockpile for nuclear and radiological accidents and emergencies, is included in a new WHO report reflecting…
- Eating Well
For a delicious vegan option, swap in roasted tofu for the chicken breast (see Associated Recipes). This power salad will keep you fueled for hours, thanks to 26 grams of protein and 8 grams of fiber.
The company is testing Carvykti in multiple myeloma patients, with a history of relapse, who have stopped responding to existing treatment and have received one to three prior therapies. Carvykti, developed by J&J and its China-focused partner Legend Biotech Corp, was approved by the U.S. health regulator last year based on an early-to mid-stage study to treat relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma patients who had received four or more prior lines of therapy. U.S.-listed shares of Legend Biotech were up 2% in early trading.
- Associated Press
The top Air Force general in charge of the nation's air- and ground-launched nuclear missiles has requested an official investigation into the number of airmen who are reporting blood cancer diagnoses after serving at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana. Gen. Thomas A. Bussiere, commander of Air Force Global Strike Command, which is responsible for all of the silo-based and aircraft-launched nuclear warheads, said in a statement to the AP Friday that he has requested that the U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine conduct a formal assessment into the reported cancers. “Air Force Global Strike Command and our Air Force takes the responsibility to protect airmen and Guardians incredibly seriously, and their safety and health is always my top priority,” Bussiere said.
- Women's Health
Here's how long it takes for a cold virus to incubate, when you're contagious with symptoms, and how long you should stay away from someone who's sick.
A new study looks at the body’s ability to form new brain cells.
The British spin instructor shared details of her illness, which she had kept private until now
- Eating Well
Fewer cases of skin cancer were observed in those who supplement this essential nutrient.
- Tallahassee Democrat
Arianna Ottavianelli celebrated her second year of being cancer free Saturday, one day after the Seminoles hosted a swim meet against Tampa.
- Columbia Daily Tribune
The research is a step in developing cancer vaccines, Emma Teixeiro, associate professor in the MU School of Medicine, said.