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05/08/2022
Fox news: How fentanyl poisoning became a national crisis: Johns Hopkins pain doctor explains...
Johns Hopkins associate professor and pain expert Dr. Paul Christo discusses the rise in U.S. fentanyl poisoning deaths and how those suffering from addiction can get help. [Read more]
07/08/2022
Abc news: Dems' climate, energy, tax bill clears initial Senate hurdle...
A divided Senate has voted to start debating Democrats' election-year economic bill [Read more]
05/08/2022
Voa news: Long-COVID Symptoms Affect 1 in 8, Study Suggests ...
One in eight people who get coronavirus develop at least one symptom of long COVID, one of the most comprehensive studies on the condition to date suggested on Thursday.  With more than half a bill [Read more]
05/08/2022
Huffingtonpost: West Virginia Man Gets 3 Years For Threatening Dr. Fauci, Other Officials ...
Thomas Patrick Connally, Jr. sent emails saying that Biden's chief medical adviser would be “hunted, captured, tortured and killed,' according to court records. [Read more]
06/08/2022
Cbs news: Monkeypox very serious, but no reason for widespread alarm, top doctor says...
Dr. Ashish Jha told "CBS Mornings" that declaring a public health emergency for the monkeypox outbreak will speed up vaccinations and help health officials obtain data to stop the spread of the diseas [Read more]
05/08/2022
New York times: As Monkeypox Spreads, U.S. Declares a Health Emergency...
The designation will free up emergency funds and lift some bureaucratic hurdles, but many experts fear containment may no longer be possible. [Read more]
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08/08/2022
Here are the preventable steps you can use to treat Monkeypox, recognize critical symptoms, and discover emerging vaccines for the disease. [Read more]
08/08/2022
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a variety of sexual activities that they claim will help prevent a spike in infections, including mutual masturbation. [Read more]
08/08/2022
New York's top health official warned that the first case of the polio virus detected in Rockland County last month is being treated as the "tip of the iceberg." [Read more]
08/08/2022
Spain has reported its first two deaths from acute hepatitis, or liver inflammation, among children. And of the 46 cases, three required liver transplants. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Democratic hopefuls in Wisconsin see abortion as the issue that will carry them to election wins in November, but efforts to reach Black voters on the topic are sparse [Read more]
08/08/2022
The president was headed to a reunion with first lady Jill Biden in Delaware. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Senate Democrats push Biden's health, climate bill to passage in stunning election-year turnaround; House to vote next [Read more]
08/08/2022
The Senate has approved Democrats' big election-year economic package [Read more]
08/08/2022
Scientists say that climate change is increasing the likelihood of lightning strikes across the United States, after lightning struck at a square near the White House, leaving three people dead and one more in critical condition.  The hot, humid conditions in the U.S. capital on Thursday were primed for electricity. Air temperatures to [Read more]
08/08/2022
As a sex worker and adult film actor, Roc was relieved when he was among the first Spaniards to get a monkeypox vaccine. He knew of several cases among men who have sex with men, which is the leading demographic for the disease, and feared he could be next.  "I went home and thought, 'Phew, my God, I'm saved,' " the 29-year-old told Th [Read more]
08/08/2022
Early Europeans drank milk for thousands of years before they evolved the ability to fully digest it as adults, scientists say. New results published in the journal Nature suggest that being able to digest the lactose in milk wasn't usually much of an advantage for ancient people in Europe. Instead, the new study suggests that famine an [Read more]
08/08/2022
Stem cell scientists say they have created "synthetic embryos" without using sperm, eggs or fertilization for the first time, but the prospect of using such a technique to grow human organs for transplantation remains distant. The breakthrough was hailed as a major step forward, though some experts said the result could not fully be con [Read more]
08/08/2022
"She was wrapped in a pink knitted Barbie-size blanket. Her skin looked like tissue paper ― translucent and fragile. Her face, not fully formed, resembled an alien. She moved her arm once." [Read more]
08/08/2022
Experts share their advice for easing the financial burden of IVF and other costly procedures. [Read more]
08/08/2022
"Why are we not talking about the painful reality of this disease?" [Read more]
08/08/2022
Senate Democrats needed 10 Republican votes following a Parliamentarian ruling. They got only seven. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Federal health officials are preparing to unveil some new thinking on COVID-19 and specifically how schools across the country should respond to potential student infections. The new guidelines appear in some cases to relax several recommended past practices. Nancy Chen has more. [Read more]
08/08/2022
The changes could include deemphasizing the "test to stay" strategy, in which students exposed to COVID-19 take regular tests to stay in the classroom. [Read more]
08/08/2022
With cases of monkeypox rising across the U.S., the White House deemed the outbreak a public health emergency. CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus answers questions regarding the current state of the monkeypox virus. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Dr. Scott Gottlieb says public health officials need to ramp up testing for monkeypox if the U.S. hopes to gain control over the virus. [Read more]
08/08/2022
Test your knowledge of this week's health news. [Read more]
08/08/2022
A team of biologists and mathematicians studied hours of video to learn how insects take shape in the egg. The secret is geometry. [Read more]
08/08/2022
After years of pioneering research into inherited disorders, mostly in children, he spoke openly about his struggle with mental illness. [Read more]
08/08/2022
A new way of injecting monkeypox vaccine could stretch the nation's supply of shots, but some experts argue that the approach has not been sufficiently studied. [Read more]