Allegedly both agreed she had to die to relieve her pain from degenerative disc disease
- Popular Mechanics
The World Health Organization recommends stockpiling medicines in the event of a radiological or nuclear catastrophe. Here’s what’s on the list.
- Eating Well
The dressing would also work well as a dip or spread, or over potato or pasta salad. This healthy, super-fast salad recipe swaps out romaine for kale, giving you more than 10 times the vitamin C. Easy flavor hacks like store-bought ranch and pickled jalapeños help make a creamy, tangy and spicy dressing you'll want to drizzle on everything from salad to sliced veggies and shredded poached chicken.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
300 wounded Wagner mercenaries brought to hospital in Luhansk Oblast, but ‘doctors refuse to treat them’
Up to 300 mercenaries from the Russian mercenary company Wagner Group were brought to the 15th city multidisciplinary hospital in Yuvileine, Luhansk Oblast, but doctors there have refused to treat them, the Ukrainian military’s General Staff reported on Facebook on Jan. 29.
CH.1.1 is an Omicron with a concerning Delta mutation—not quite a "Deltacron," but still potentially concerning, experts say.
- 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.
Brain exercises for memory include vigorous exercise, according to a new study. Here, experts explain the best brain-boosting exercises to try now.
Don’t underestimate the power of these bodyweight exercises for an aerobic workout. You’ll target your entire body in 20 minutes while boosting your heart rate.
- The Providence Journal
As Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson said, “The thing about science is, it’s true whether or not you choose to believe it.”
- Eating Well
Find out why you need to be consuming omega-3 fatty acids to help improve your cognitive health.
- Palm Beach Daily News
Infections and hospitalizations from coronavirus continue to fall from their early January peaks.
These diets were associated with lower risk of death, according to a study of 119,000 people over four decades
People who regularly adhered to at least one of four healthy eating patterns were less likely to die than those who ate less healthily, researchers found.
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Every drug comes with potential side effects. People taking Ozempic are discovering the issues that come with the weight loss medication that’s so trendy there's a shortage.View Entire Post ›
What I learned getting a mastectomy at 18, a time when I was already struggling with the meaning of masculinity.
How many calories are in a potato and the surprising health benefits of this lovable root vegetable that's great for weight loss and gut health.
"Knowing how important sleep is for long-term health and the well-being of our brain, I try to get 8 hours a night."
- Portsmouth Herald
In 2014, when I identified and reported high rates of children with cancer in my town, I had no idea it would become directly relevant to my family.
- The Conversation
FDA advisory committee votes unanimously in favor of a one-shot COVID-19 vaccine approach – 5 questions answered
The FDA advisory committee discussed vaccine safety, effectiveness of the current shots, potential seasonality of COVID-19 and more. wildpixel/iStock via Getty Images PlusThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s key science advisory panel, the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee, met on Jan. 26, 2023, to chart a path forward for COVID-19 vaccine policy. During the all-day meeting, the 21-member committee discussed an array of weighty issues including the efficacy of existi
- The Gaston Gazette
The amazing eat less exercise more diet
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FDA withdraws emergency use authorization of COVID drug because it is unlikely to be effective against new variants
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Thursday it is withdrawing its emergency use authorization of a COVID-19 antibody therapy as a prevention tool because it is unlikely to be effective against variants that are currently circulating. Evusheld, which is made by British-Swedish pharmaceutical and biotechnology company, AstraZeneca, was first authorized in December 2021 as pre-exposure prophylaxis against the virus for those who are immunocompromised and less likely to generate antibodies from vaccination.
In late April, police in Nebraska received a tip saying 17-year-old Celeste Burgess had given birth to a stillborn baby and buried the body. Officers soon learned that her mother, Jessica Burgess, and a friend had helped her with transportation and burial. The messages, which were not encrypted, showed the two had discussed obtaining and using abortion pills.