Beverly Chukwudozie is living with sickle cell disease. One of the most critical treatments, is blood transfusions.
- Women's Health
Emily Ratajkowski just shared some photos from the Morelli Brothers of her totally nude, sculpted body on Instagram. Emily loves to cook her own food at home.
- Yahoo Life UK
Ellie Beardsmore was worried if she'd 'be able to fully love myself or be intimate with someone again', but says the stoma bag ended up giving her more 'freedom' in life.
Despite the plethora of symptoms reported by patients with long COVID, a new study points to just seven that are unique to the illness.
The Thai Food and Drug Administration (TFDA) suspended the distribution of the product, recalling a total of 1,000 boxes, local media reported on Jan. 31. The news came following reports that the TFDA intercepted the product after finding 0.075 mg/kg of ethylene oxide (EO), a substance classified as a human carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, in the product's seasoning packets. Nongshim has since denied that its products contained ethylene oxide, stating that what the agencies detected was 2-chloroethanol (2-CE).
Eagles right tackle Lane Johnson eats 5,500 calories a day to stay at 330 pounds. His staple meal is the 'monster mash,' inspired by sumo wrestlers.
The 6-foot-6, 330-pound star player will appear against the Kansas City Chiefs at the 2023 Super Bowl on Sunday.
1000-Lb. Sisters' Tammy Slaton Achieves Goal Weight Required for Surgery: 'I Proved Everybody Wrong'
“I finally got my told-you-so moment,” Tammy Slaton said after weighing in at 534 lbs. in PEOPLE’s exclusive look at Tuesday’s episode of 1000-Lb. Sisters
Cold showers are the hot new thing and research suggests that health benefits outweigh the discomfort
It's time to turn the temperature down to help clear your mind.
A 14-year-old thought she had 'butterflies' from dancing with a boy at winter formal. It was a heart attack.
Ceirra Zeager's heart started racing after a high school dance. What she thought was butterflies was a heart attack.
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Hundreds of ready-to-eat food products have been recalled due to potential listeria contamination, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced Friday. The Fresh Ideation Group, which is based in Baltimore, Md., is recalling food products sold from Jan. 24 through Jan. 30, according to an announcement released by the FDA. The announcement said that all…
Norovirus cases are increasing across the country, but what is norovirus and how can you prevent it? Here’s the deal.
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Healthy lifestyle habits may reduce the risk of developing long COVID, according to a study published on Monday in the peer-reviewed journal JAMA Internal Medicine.
‘My body was breaking down.’ This 75-year-old was sick and overweight, and now she’s full of energy and a fitness influencer.
The 75-year-old social media sensation shares how she got off medication and started lifting weights, biking and swimming, and how you can change your life too.
- Live Science
Doctors successfully treated a patient's rare brain infection with a drug typically used for UTIs.
In the opening of HBO’s The Last of Us, a couple of scientists on a 1960s-era interview show debate the possibility of a fungus-driven pandemic destroying humanity. It not only sets the tone for the show, it makes you wonder if something like that could actually happen. The answer: No. At least, not right now. In the future, though, it’s a possibility.
- Patriot Ledger
Lindsay Clancy, 32, was arraigned on two charges of murder in Plymouth District Court on Tuesday in the deaths of her children.
People Are Sharing Their Experiences Getting An IUD After This Woman Said She Felt Like She "Went Into Labor" Getting One Inserted
"When I got my IUD, they said I was 10 centimeters dilated and I had contractions all the way home."
This news anchor was told she had acid reflux—the next day she was hospitalized and had fluid drained from around her heart. Here’s what you need to know about pericarditis
Vossoughian told viewers she asked herself: “Is this it?” while being rushed through the ER.
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Donnese Tyler said she was at a routine PTA meeting at her son's Maryland school last year when she suddenly felt an unusual feeling. "I'm like, 'Oh my gosh, what was that?'" Tyler told "Good Morning America" of the symptoms she felt, which included a sharp pain in her chest and discomfort in her throat. Tyler, 52, also said that when she drank water, the water tasted salty -- an atypical symptom she said was a precursor to the medical emergency she quickly began experiencing.
5 high-protein foods a dietitian and personal trainer always keeps in her kitchen to build muscle and stay feeling full
Greek yogurt, lean meats, and eggs, are staples in Kara Mockler's shopping cart, she told Insider.
So long, quiet quitting.