There have been 23 hit-and-run deaths in the city of Fort Worth so far this year, including a 70-year-old woman who was hit by an SUV while she waited at a bus stop.
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A new study suggests that getting frequent nightmares in your otherwise healthy middle-age may be a sign that you are at higher risk of developing dementia. But before you start having nightmares about your nightmares, there is good news. “Scientists are currently developing treatments that can slow cognitive decline in people who have a high risk of developing dementia but do not yet show any characteristic symptoms of the disease,” says the study’s author Dr Abidemi Otaiku, of the University o
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To raise awareness for the world's most common cancer, U.S. photographic artist Spencer Tunick took photos of 2,500 nude people at Sydney's Bondi Beach.
New research shows that lung cancer screening can increase patients' odds of surviving the disease.
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Who exactly is this seeming newcomer to the holiday party-crashing scene, and perhaps more importantly, how concerned should you be?
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There has been an outbreak of food poisoning in a centre where Ukrainian refugees are living in Głuchołazy, southwest Poland. Sources: European Pravda; Radio Opole The outbreak occurred on 25 November at the Banderoza guesthouse.
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The following is a full transcript of an interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to President Biden, that aired on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022, on "Face the Nation."
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Greensboro Police: 21-year old woman dead after crash, two others injured
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Imagine your 3-year-old is puking, constantly falling over and forgetting how to walk. You take her to the doctor, who sends you to the emergency room. And then in just two days, you’re in the operating room. Your baby, the joy of your life, has been diagnosed with brain cancer.
High-dose rate brachytherapy provides radiation faster, without hospitalization. It has been shown to work on cancers including uterine and prostate.
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The Romans built an empire on just one meal a day. The industrial revolution powered the trend for three solid repasts.
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Russian soldiers asked doctors in Kherson to exaggerate their injuries in order to escape from the front when Ukraine began to strike at Russian bases and supply lines in Kherson Oblast, U.S. newspaper The Wall Street Journal reported on Nov. 25.
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Breast cancer survivor and new mom Victoria Raphael of New York shares her success story with Fox News Digital — as fertility specialist Dr. Jaime Knopman explains fertility preservation.
Three people were injured after three El Monte homes were broken into back-to-back-to-back. Two suspects have been arrested and are still searching for at least one more.
Until September, there was little reason to expect that the new treatment, called lecanemab, would work.
President Joe Biden's chief medical adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci, says China's COVID-19 strategy of lockdowns without a better vaccination strategy doesn't make
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ABC News’ Martha Raddatz interviews White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha on “This Week.”
A 65-year-old woman with early Alzheimer's disease receiving Biogen Inc's (NASDAQ: BIIB) antibody lecanemab treatment to slow the cognitive decline recently died from a massive brain hemorrhage that some researchers link to the drug. Clinical trial death is the second thought associated with the lecanemab. STAT recently reported that an 80-year-old man in lecanemab's phase 3 trial died of a brain hemorrhage linked to the possible interaction between the experimental antibody and the blood thinne
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Researchers want to target all 20 different types of influenza virus in a single shot. They have a new approach, using mRNA technology.
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The soap actor played Michelle Scully between 1999 and 2003.
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The World Health Organization has renamed monkeypox as mpox, citing concerns the original name of the decades-old animal disease could be construed as discriminatory and racist. The U.N. health agency said in a statement Monday that mpox was its new preferred name for monkeypox, saying that both monkeypox and mpox would be used for the next year while the old name is phased out. WHO said it was concerned by the “racist and stigmatizing language” that arose after monkeypox spread to more than 100 countries.