"The Burned Out Physician" by University of Utah Professor Joe Allen
Legendary hockey star, Wayne Gretzky, has been served a massive lawsuit. The former Los Angeles Kings player and his wife, Janet Jones Gretzky, are being sued for multi-millions after promoting a weight loss gum. The couple have been promoting a weight loss gum called “Overeating Management Gum” aka ‘OMG.’ Wayne & Janet Jones Gretzky Are […]
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For years, you were a member of the pack-a-day club, enjoying a quick puff in the parking lot before work, another drag on your lunch break, then chilling out with a leisurely smoke on your way home from the office. Or perhaps it was just a casual smoke to relax with friends on the weekends. But ...
A man with monkeypox shared a three-week timeline of his rash with pictures to raise awareness of monkeypox symptoms and how the virus is spreading.
- LA Times
Health officials stress that at-home tests are a vital and accurate way of tracking COVID-19 infections but an initial negative test doesn't mean people are out of the woods.
There’s good news in the crowded field of Omicron subvariants: ‘Bad Ned’ is (nearly) dead—but Aeterna and Centaurus are on the rise
New month, different players, same game. Rise, wash, repeat until we stop chasing the virus and get ahead of it, experts say
- The Hill
Story at a glance A federal judge has ruled that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects transgender people from discrimination. The ruling stems from a 2020 case against the Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office after a transgender woman was incarcerated in a men’s facility. The woman, Kesha Williams, argued that her gender dysphoria resulted from…
- Good Morning America
In an exclusive interview with "Good Morning America," Amber Escudero-Kontostathis sits down to talk for the first time about being the sole survivor of a lightning strike near the White House earlier this month, on her 28th birthday, and her road to recovery. "I don't remember much of that day at all," Escudero-Kontostathis told "GMA" in her first interview since the incident. On Aug. 4, Escudero-Kontostathis, 28, was canvassing outside the White House for Threshold Giving, a nonprofit organization through the International Rescue Committee that helps refugees, when she and three others took cover underneath a tree at Lafayette Square after it began to rain.
When it comes to losing weight, many of us think about what to eat rather than when to eat. But does the timing of your meals matter? New research suggests that it does, in fact, make a difference. In the study, researchers examined 90 people with obesity to see whether practicing time-restricted ...
- ABC News
Newly updated COVID-19 boosters tailored to target a dominant strain of the virus will be available in the next three weeks or so, assuming the Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention work through their processes for authorization as expected, White House COVID coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha's predicted on Tuesday. In late June, the FDA directed Moderna and Pfizer to make vaccines for the upcoming winter that targeted the more contagious BA.5 omicron subvariant, along with the original COVID strain.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Letters: We need to see the affidavits Why are you painting a vacant house? My beliefs over your 'facts.'
- National Review
‘Advocate Rather Than a Scientist’: The Compromised Research of Child Gender-Transition Doctor Jack Turban
Dr. Stephen Levine and other questioners, including some sympathetic to Jack Turban's political mission, wondered whether his research reflected scientific curiosity and discovery or confirmation bias and an axe to grind.
- The Daily Beast
Erin Clark/The Boston Globe via GettyA Florida appeals court will force a parentless 16-year-old girl to give birth because the teen is not “sufficiently mature” to decide for herself whether or not to terminate the pregnancy.A circuit court judge previously denied the girl’s request to waive a state law requiring minors get parental consent for an abortion. On Monday, a three-judge panel upheld the decision.“This is so profoundly wrong, on so many levels,” healthcare attorney Harry Nelson, who
There’s a reason why cheese is a core ingredient in so many comfort foods. It’s thick, creamy and rich in flavor. In fact, one scientific study found that eating cheese lights up the same part of the brain as opioids, so eating cheese really can be addictive. Delicious? Absolutely. But is cheese ...
How does someone get Valley fever? Lung infection caused by fungus in soil leads to symptoms including cough and fever. Disease starts when breathing in spores.
Trial finds 100-year-old tuberculosis vaccine offers protection against COVID to high-risk patients and may help with other infectious diseases
Data from a trial seeking to determine whether multiple injections of a tuberculosis vaccine developed in the 1900s could protect high-risk diabetes patients from COVID produced some positive results, according to a report in Cell Medicine Reports.
- USA TODAY
Scientists are working on COVID antibody tests to help people know when their own protection is fading and a booster may be needed.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
The University of Washington is under fire by animal rights groups for more monkey deaths at its breeding facility in Mesa.
Dietitian Ilana Muhlstein said the quesadilla burger at Applebee's has 40 grams of saturated fat, which is three times the daily recommended amount.
A small study finds that about half of vaccinated people experience no COVID-19 symptoms—or only mild ones—from an Omicron infection.