First lady Dr. Jill Biden met with Ukraine’s First Lady, Olena Zelenska, for talks about how the U.S. can continue to provide humanitarian aid and mental health support during the Russian-Ukraine War. NBC News’ Josh Lederman reports on how Zelenska is appealing to Biden to help millions of Ukrainians who are experiencing a mental health crisis.
A few weeks ago, after more than two years of evading COVID-19, I tested positive on a home rapid test.
One of Indiana's biggest employers, Eli Lilly, says it's looking at 'employment growth' outside the state following strict anti-abortion law
"Given this new law, we will be forced to plan for more employment growth outside our home state," the company said.
A new subvariant of the COVID-19 virus is making its way through the United States.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
With the omicron variant and its subvariants dominating the pandemic in 2022, here's how to decide which social gatherings are right for you.
- Akron Beacon Journal
How do you know when you are just tired and that's normal or when you should seek medical attention? A doctor offers advice.
- VC Star | Ventura County Star
Amber Escudero-Kontostathis is in stable condition in a Washington, D.C.-area hospital after being revived on-site by the U.S. Secret Service.
Experts share their advice about isolation, masking and more if you're still testing positive late into a COVID-19 infection.
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A 12-year-old boy who had been in a coma for four months died Saturday at a London hospital after doctors ended the life-sustaining treatment his family had fought to continue. Archie Battersbee’s mother, Hollie Dance, said her son died at 12:15 p.m., about two hours after the hospital began withdrawing treatment. British courts had rejected both the family’s effort to extend treatment and a request to move Archie to a hospice, saying neither move was in the child's best interests.
Parliamentarian nixes Democrats’ plan to lower drug prices for Americans with private insurance.
- Portsmouth Herald
Dr. Carrie Jose, in her latest Health and Wellness column, talks about the benefits of movement as medicine over pills when it comes to post-surgery rehabilitation.
This Woman Who Is Battling Cancer Is Sharing Her Life Behind The Scenes To Help Spread Awareness, And She Has Educated Millions Of People
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Actress Anne Heche suffered through a fiery car crash in Mar Vista, California and currently remains in "stable" condition. Heche is "expected to pull through" ex-boyfriend Thomas Jane said.
- NBC News
With nearly 500 Covid-related deaths being reported every day in the U.S., on average, the Centers for Disease Control and Protection has no plans to ease up
- Lexington Herald-Leader
Beshear urged vulnerable Kentuckians to mask up if they live or work in counties at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s high COVID-19 community level.
Indiana state representative proposed bill to outlaw erectile dysfunction drugs in light of abortion ban
State Representative John L. Bartlett argued that banning erectile dysfunction drugs will put the onus of pregnancy onto men.
- The New York Times
In states that have banned abortion, some women with unwanted pregnancies are pursuing an unconventional workaround: They are “self-managing” their abortions, seeking out the necessary know-how online and obtaining the medications without the supervision of a clinic or a doctor. At first glance, the practice may recall the days before Roe v. Wade, when women too often were forced to take risky measures to end an unwanted pregnancy. But the advent of medication abortion — accomplished with drugs,
- Washington Post
In a few years, Olgert Bardhi's skills will be in high demand. A first-year resident in internal medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, he'll be a full-fledged physician by 2025 in a nation facing a shortage of primary care doctors. The trouble for Texas: Because of the state's strict antiabortion laws, Bardhi's not sure he will remain there.Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter for the most important and interesting stories from The Washington Post. Although
"How you catch COVID" could determine whether or not you develop the new disability, a doctor who treats recovering patients tells Fortune.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Mason Fisher, a student in Ohio State's College of Medicine, died after experiencing a medical issue while riding on a Pelotonia course Saturday.
- Women's Health
Moringa is a plant with many nutrients, and it may boost your immunity and energy, among other benefits. Learn about how much to take and who shouldn't use it.