A worker was injured Thursday afternoon at a construction site near the Milwaukee lakefront.
- Men's Health
Early studies suggested that certain blood types may leave you more at risk of Covid. Newer science confirms that Type O might help you resist infection.
The infectious-disease expert was feeling "really poorly" and began a second round of Paxlovid.
- CBS News
The updated shot is aimed at specifically targeting the highly contagious Omicron virus variant and could be available this fall.
Experts share their advice about isolation, masking and more if you're still testing positive late into a COVID-19 infection.
- Miami Herald
The study shows there are different risk factors for people of different genders, researchers say.
The U.S. is stocking up on COVID-19 vaccines and health regulators have recommended updating booster shots to fight the omicron subvariants, amid concerns of another surge in the fall and spring. There's good reason for those concerns, as the seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases have broken out of a two-month range, and has risen 10% from two weeks ago to 114,000 on Thursday, according to
- NBC News
Nearly two dozen people have been sickened with listeria, and one has died, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which said the source of the outbreak has not been identified.
- LA Times
Los Angeles County officials have reported limited local transmission of monkeypox, with some recent cases involving people who attended large events and infected people who haven't traveled out of state.
- The Hill
Story at a glance The AHA announced Wednesday it has updated its widely used metrics to measure a person’s cardiovascular health to now include sleep. The AHA first defined the seven health behaviors and factors in 2010, but added the sleep metric after 12 years of robust research showing sleep plays a key role in…
CDC raises alarm over mysterious listeria outbreak that's caused a death, a pregnancy loss, and sent dozens to hospital
The agency issued an investigation notice Thursday amid an uptick in people getting sickened, including five pregnant women, one of whom miscarried.
As summer kicks off, it’s also grilling season. But experts warn that you should know the risks before eating that […] The post Hot dogs, sausage, other processed meat even worse for your health when grilled, experts say appeared first on TheGrio.
- Consumer Reports
Videos for these products are soaring in popularity on social media, but doctors recommend cleaning your ears in a much less invasive wayA person doing ear candling.By Laura MurphyAh, TikTok, hom...
- LA Times
'It's probably easier ... to leave out that dark story and just not touch on it,' Roberts told The Times, 'in the service of the great forgetting.'
- Fresno Bee
Officials say it’s circulating and a matter of time before a case is reported.
- Good Morning America
A teenage girl who survived a shark attack at a Florida beach recounted that her first instinct was to punch the fish in the nose. The teen was scalloping in water approximately 5 feet deep near Grassy Island, just of Keaton Beach, when she was bitten by the shark, according to the Taylor County Sheriff's Office. Addison's brother, Rhett Willingham, a firefighter and emergency medical technician, raced to help her.
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Bret Michaels was hospitalized in Nashville on Thursday while touring with Poison, Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe and Joan Jett
Giant African land snails, an invasive species of mollusk, poses a threat to Florida residents as it can spread meningitis from a parasite it carries.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
A 29-year-old Milwaukee man crashed his vehicle into the parking lot of the Toyota of Brookfield after a pursuit by police
A 29-year-old Milwaukee man crashed his vehicle into the parking lot of the Toyota of Brookfield Thursday afternoon after he fled from police, who stopped the vehicle to arrest a "wanted subject."
- The Guardian
The Toxocara worm can spread to humans via cat or dog feces, making children who play in sand or soil particularly at risk