Centers for Disease Control and Prevention releases new data on top five causes of death in 2022.
- The Independent
After having pancreatic cancer twice, Charles Czajkowski is dedicating the rest of his life to raising awareness of the early symptoms
Brussels is discussing with Pfizer and BioNTech the possibility of reducing the up to 500 million COVID-19 vaccine doses the EU has committed to buy this year in return for a higher price, a source with knowledge of the talks said. The talks come amid of global glut of COVID-19 shots, and relate to the biggest contract for vaccines of all those signed by the EU while the pandemic raged. A European Commission spokesperson asked for comment on the talks called on vaccine makers to work with member states and the Commission "to ensure that the agreements reflect the changing situation".
- Journal Star
Here's everything you need to know about flying out of Gen. Wayne A. Downing Peoria International Airport in Peoria, Illinois.
- The State
The former West Virginia commit comes from a powerhouse Palmetto State high school program.
- American City Business Journals
Following a daylong meeting of an expert advisory committee to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, all Covid-19 vaccines and boosters will soon be made to address the most current strains.
- The Hill
A federal watchdog agency for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) says in a report released this week that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) failed to carry out sufficient oversight into research conducted using millions in federal funds, including research carried out at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which has been aggressively…
Randy Gonzalez, who gained stardom alongside his 6-year-old son Brice, announced in April 2022 that he was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer
- USA TODAY
Do chiropractic adjustments cause strokes? They are rare, but two Kentucky women, citing their own devastating cases, say the answer is yes.
- Yahoo Life
Experts say there are pros and cons to both wearing underwear and going commando. Find out what they are.
CH.1.1 is an Omicron with a concerning Delta mutation—not quite a "Deltacron," but still potentially concerning, experts say.
While certainly a good way to relax, as long as humans have used it, cannabis has also been a wellness tool. From seeds discovered in ancient China to salves in ancient Egypt and spiritual smoothies in ancient India, the list is as curious as it is comprehensive, especially considering our modern outlook on the plant. Today, cannabis is either sold on the black market or hyper-regulated, and no matter why you use it, it’s harder to get than other (often much riskier) substances humans love.
- Patriot Ledger
Two children are dead and a baby was flown to a hospital with traumatic injuries after they were discovered inside a Duxbury home Tuesday night.
- Southern Living
Apart for the first time in their young lives, AmieLynn and JamieLynn are reportedly “recovering well.”
- Patriot Ledger
The 8-month-old boy who was seriously injured inside his Duxbury home Tuesday night has died of his injuries at a Boston hospital.
- Business Insider
A 23-year-old woman was throwing up uncontrollably for two years — until doctors discovered she had a mysterious cannabis-related syndrome
The 23-year-old patient said she had been using cannabis for several years, and that the only thing that soothed her nausea was a hot bath.
Brain exercises for memory include vigorous exercise, according to a new study. Here, experts explain the best brain-boosting exercises to try now.
- 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.
- 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.
- Miami Herald
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