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17/05/2024
Fox news: Melanoma patients reveal dramatic stories for Skin Cancer Awareness Month: ‘I thought I was careful'...
For Skin Cancer Awareness Month, two melanoma patients shared their stories of how they overcame the invasive form of the disease. A dermatologist also revealed prevention tips. [Read more]
19/05/2024
Abc news: ‘How do you get hypothermia in a prison?’ Records show hospitalizations among Virginia inmates...
A lawsuit over a Virginia prison inmate's death has raised broader questions about conditions at the lockup and newly obtained records are providing further insights [Read more]
19/05/2024
Voa news: Patient with sickle cell disease offers hope to Ugandan community...
mbale, uganda — Barbara Nabulo was one of three girls in her family. But when a sister died, her mother wailed at the funeral that she was left with just one and a half daughters. The half was th [Read more]
12/04/2024
Huffingtonpost: Is It Bad To Reward Yourself With Food? Here's What Therapists Say...
Using takeout, chocolate or a glass of wine as your go-to “little treat' may seem like no big deal, but it might be messing with your psyche. [Read more]
13/05/2024
Cbs news: Lung cancer mystery: Why are healthy, non-smoking, Asian women contracting the disease?...
A Bay Area-based study finds that 80% of Asian American women with lung cancer never smoked and researchers are trying to figure out why. [Read more]
15/05/2024
New York times: U.S. Suspends Funding for Group at Center of Covid Origins Fight...
The decision came after a scorching hearing in which lawmakers barraged EcoHealth Alliance's president with claims of misrepresenting work with Chinese virologists. [Read more]
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20/05/2024
Ticks become most active in the summer months. Researcher Santiago Sánchez-Vicente offers tips on how to protect yourself from the bloodsuckers this tick season. [Read more]
20/05/2024
Not sleeping enough could cause your appetite to spike, experts say. A nutritional biologist discusses how poor quality of sleep could be making you hungry, and how to break the cycle. [Read more]
20/05/2024
Americans may be breathing in cancer-causing chemicals while they're driving, recent research suggested. Environmental experts offered input on the potential risk. [Read more]
20/05/2024
With the week ahead beckoning, check out some of the top recent stories in Health that you may have missed, or have been meaning to check out — here are 7 key developments. [Read more]
20/05/2024
A judge's decision in a lawsuit against Ohio's ban on most abortions could be near [Read more]
20/05/2024
Most residents near a scenic fishing village in southwestern England were told their tap water is safe to drink again after a parasite sickened more than 45 people [Read more]
20/05/2024
Many Democrats campaigning for the Senate this year say they support suspending the filibuster rule to pass nationwide abortion protections [Read more]
20/05/2024
States have for decades been using foster children's federal Social Security benefits to help cover the costs of state services [Read more]
20/05/2024
BENGALURU, India — Sizzling heat across Asia and the Middle East in late April that echoed last year's destructive swelter was made 45 times more likely in some parts of the continent because of human-caused climate change, a study Tuesday found.  Scorching temperatures were felt across large swaths of Asia, from Gaza in the west [Read more]
20/05/2024
DENPASAR, BALI, INDONESIA — Elon Musk and Indonesian Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin launched SpaceX's satellite internet service for the nation's health sector on Sunday, aiming to improve access in remote parts of the sprawling archipelago.    Musk, the billionaire head of SpaceX and Tesla TSLA.O, arrived on the Indonesian r [Read more]
20/05/2024
Washington — After a nearly two year hiatus, Blue Origin flew adventurers to space on Sunday including a former Air Force pilot who was denied the chance to be the United States' first Black astronaut decades ago.    It was the first crewed launch for the enterprise owned and founded by Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos since a rocket [Read more]
20/05/2024
London — The final report of the U.K.'s infected blood inquiry will be published Monday, nearly six years after it began looking into how tens of thousands of people contracted HIV or hepatitis from transfusions of tainted blood and blood products in the 1970s and 1980s. The scandal is widely seen as the deadliest to afflict Britain' [Read more]
15/04/2024
Kourtney Kardashian recently said she drank breast milk to keep from getting sick. Here's what doctors think. [Read more]
15/04/2024
Whether your priority is weight loss, blood sugar management, women's health or brain health, there's a nut for you. [Read more]
15/04/2024
Experts explain what types of stools aren't normal and how to tell if something unusual could be a sign of a more serious problem. [Read more]
15/04/2024
Science shows a direct connection between diet and inflammatory arthritis. Here's how you can craft your meals to promote healing, not hurting. [Read more]
20/05/2024
Experts call for better drug testing procedures as more states legalize marijuana and societal norms change. [Read more]
20/05/2024
Private-label food supplier recalls 32-ounce pouches of Great Value Organic Black Chia Seeds because of potential contamination. [Read more]
20/05/2024
North Carolina Republicans are pushing forward with their plan to repeal a pandemic-era law, citing crime and recent campus protests. [Read more]
20/05/2024
Health authorities are watching for signs the virus might be starting to accelerate again after a springtime lull in COVID rates. [Read more]
20/05/2024
Preliminary numbers show a nearly 4 percent decrease in deaths from opioids, largely fentanyl, but a rise in deaths from meth and cocaine. [Read more]
20/05/2024
A deadlier version of the infectious disease is ravaging the Democratic Republic of Congo, while the type that caused a 2022 outbreak among gay and bisexual men is regaining strength. [Read more]
20/05/2024
The treatment is for patients with small cell lung cancer, which afflicts about 35,000 people in the U.S. a year. [Read more]
20/05/2024
A review of a limited number of cases of unresponsive patients with severe traumatic brain injuries raised questions about a custom of making a decision within 72 hours. [Read more]