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20/10/2023
Fox news: An overview of breast cancer, symptoms to look out for, when to start thinking about routine screenings...
Breast cancer is a common cancer found in women, with 1 in 8 developing it in their lifetime. It's important to make yourself aware of the signs and symptoms. [Read more]
21/02/2024
Abc news: South Korean government warns striking doctors to return to work or face legal action...
The South Korean government has warned thousands of striking doctors to return to work immediately or face legal action after their collective walkouts caused cancellations of surgeries and disrupted [Read more]
20/02/2024
Voa news: Newly Discovered Quasar May Be Universe's Brightest Object...
CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA — Astronomers have discovered what may be the brightest object in the universe, a quasar with a black hole at its heart growing so fast that it swallows the equivalent of a [Read more]
19/02/2024
Huffingtonpost: A Year After Jimmy Carter Entered Hospice Care, Advocates Hope Endurance Drives Awareness...
Since Jimmy Carter entered hospice care at his home in Georgia, the former U.S. president has celebrated his 99th birthday and enjoyed tributes to his legacy. [Read more]
19/02/2024
Cbs news: Dr. Sue Varma on about the benefits of optimism, and how to become more optimistic...
Dr. Sue Varma joins “CBS Mornings' to talk about her new book, “Practical Optimism,'' and her insights from experiences as medical director of the World Trade Center Mental Health Program. She als [Read more]
16/02/2024
New York times: More Young People Are on Multiple Psychiatric Drugs, Study Finds...
Polypharmacy, a prescribing practice that some experts warn can be unsafe, is becoming more commonplace. [Read more]
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22/02/2024
Researchers are testing deep brain stimulation as a treatment for people with a severe form of depression. The treatment involves implanting electrodes in the brain. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Health officials at Florida's Department of Health and officials at Broward County Public Schools have confirmed a sixth measles case at Manatee Bay Elementary School in Weston. [Read more]
22/02/2024
A dangerous drug is causing a spike of illnesses in New Jersey, health officials warn. In many cases, it's sold on corner convenience store shelves. Addiction experts shared concerns. [Read more]
22/02/2024
The Fox News Health Newsletter brings you trending and important stories about health warnings, drug shortages, mental health issues and more in this weekly recap. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Prosecutors say an executive at a medical device company has been convicted in Minnesota of insider trading for a scheme involving negotiations for the acquisition of the firm that was valued at $1.6 billion [Read more]
22/02/2024
Smartwatches and smart rings that claim to measure blood sugar levels without piercing the skin could be dangerous and should be avoided [Read more]
22/02/2024
The Alabama Supreme Court recently ruled that frozen embryos can be considered children under state law [Read more]
22/02/2024
Jill Biden has announced $100 million in public funding to boost research and development into women's health [Read more]
22/02/2024
Montgomery, Alabama — The Alabama Supreme Court has ruled that frozen embryos can be considered children under state law, a ruling critics said could have sweeping implications for fertility treatments.  The decision was issued in a pair of wrongful death cases brought by three couples who had frozen embryos destroyed in an accident [Read more]
22/02/2024
Health care professionals are increasingly using artificial intelligence to better diagnose and treat serious medical conditions. However, with the use of artificial intelligence in medicine growing, there are concerns among medical ethicists about how emerging technologies should be deployed [Read more]
22/02/2024
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A private U.S. lunar lander reached the moon and eased into a low orbit Wednesday, a day before it will attempt an even greater feat — landing on the gray, dusty surface. A smooth touchdown would put the U.S. back in business on the moon for the first time since NASA astronauts closed out the Apollo program i [Read more]
22/02/2024
When Ukrainian soldiers are wounded during combat, they are taken to what is called a stabilization point, where combat medics take care of them. Now, thanks to overseas donors, medics at one of the stabilization points in Ukraine's Donbas region can perform blood transfusions. Anna Kosstutschenko has the story. VOA footage by Pavel S [Read more]
22/02/2024
Do you even know how many milligrams you eat per day? [Read more]
22/02/2024
At least six cases of the highly contagious virus have been confirmed at the school outside of Fort Lauderdale since last week. [Read more]
22/02/2024
We asked three top longevity experts what's in their grocery carts. Here's what they told us. [Read more]
21/02/2024
Since Jimmy Carter entered hospice care at his home in Georgia, the former U.S. president has celebrated his 99th birthday and enjoyed tributes to his legacy. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Study detected chlormequat in 92% of oat-based foods in U.S., raising concerns about its impact on public health. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Nearly 160,000 could be eligible for payments after bait-and-switch ads by nation's largest LASIK surgery chain. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Nearly 17 million adapters sold nationwide and in Canada recalled because they can overheat, spark and catch fire. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Lisa Damour, a psychologist and the author of "The Emotional Lives of Teenagers: Raising Connected, Capable, and Compassionate Adolescents,' joins “CBS Mornings' to talk about the impact of social media and eating disorders among teens. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Polypharmacy, a prescribing practice that some experts warn can be unsafe, is becoming more commonplace. [Read more]
22/02/2024
A society in which members of different generations do not interact “is a dangerous experiment,' said one researcher. [Read more]
22/02/2024
A society in which members of different generations do not interact “is a dangerous experiment,' said one researcher. [Read more]
22/02/2024
Even under the most optimistic scenario, an immediate cease-fire, an additional 6,500 Gazans could perish, scientists estimated. [Read more]