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Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

State Department plans no future coronavirus evacuations State Department officials Friday cautioned that American citizens trapped in areas impacted by COVID-19 in the future should not rely on government-...

State Department plans no future coronavirus evacuations State Department officials Friday cautioned that American citizens trapped in areas impacted by COVID-19 in the future should not rely on government-...

Democratic candidates, Trump agree: Their medical records are none of your business The oldest field of presidential candidates in modern history have released limited information in doctor’s notes, betting that’s enough to assuage v...

China reports fall in new coronavirus cases but concerns grow over spread elsewhere China reported a sharp decrease in the number of new deaths and new cases of the coronavirus on Saturday, while its central bank predicted a limited ...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

State Department plans no future coronavirus evacuations State Department officials Friday cautioned that American citizens trapped in areas impacted by COVID-19 in the future should not rely on government-...

Travel restrictions have varied efficacy at containing disease outbreaks As many as 30 countries have instituted some form of travel restriction in response to the new coronavirus, COVID-19, WHO officials said, in spite of...

State Department plans no future coronavirus evacuations State Department officials Friday cautioned that American citizens trapped in areas impacted by COVID-19 in the future should not rely on government-...

Democratic candidates, Trump agree: Their medical records are none of your business The oldest field of presidential candidates in modern history have released limited information in doctor’s notes, betting that’s enough to assuage v...

China reports fall in new coronavirus cases but concerns grow over spread elsewhere China reported a sharp decrease in the number of new deaths and new cases of the coronavirus on Saturday, while its central bank predicted a limited ...

Coronavirus Live Updates: Clusters in Japan May Hint at How Virus Spreads Two passengers from a quarantined cruise ship have died, and some experts in China are asking whether its government’s containment efforts have gone ...

Vertex Pharma 'got dinged' after Democratic debate, creating a 'very buyable dip,' Jim Cramer says "As much as I hate to chase, I honestly don't think you're that late to the party with Vertex if you buy it at these levels," the "Mad Money" host sa...

Simple urine test could improve early detection of bladder cancer – WHO study A new study conducted by researchers from the United Nations health agency revealed that bladder cancer mutations can be detected in urine up to 10 y...

Tennessee doctor, wife see coronavirus turn their cruise vacation into a nightmare as wife tests positive A Tennessee doctor remained Thursday aboard the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship that's seen more than 600 passengers and crew -- including h...

Ice Cream Dosa Is A New Fusion Food, Anand Mahindra Gives It 'Full Marks' Amarnath Chats which is a street-food stall from Bengaluru created a new fusion food out of the humble South Indian dish, combining it with ice cream...

Ukrainians Hurl Stones at China Evacuees En Route to Quarantine Amid Coronavirus Fears (NOVI SANZHARY, Ukraine) — Ukraine’s effort to quarantine more than 70 people evacuated from China over the new virus outbreak plunged in...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Red states look to expand Medicaid for new mothers States are working to extend Medicaid coverage for postpartum healthcare services, even red states that chose not to extend Medicaid eligibility thro...

Travel restrictions have varied efficacy at containing disease outbreaks As many as 30 countries have instituted some form of travel restriction in response to the new coronavirus, COVID-19, WHO officials said, in spite of...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

Coronavirus Live Updates: Clusters in Japan May Hint at How Virus Spreads Two passengers from a quarantined cruise ship have died, and some experts in China are asking whether its government’s containment efforts have gone ...

Vertex Pharma 'got dinged' after Democratic debate, creating a 'very buyable dip,' Jim Cramer says "As much as I hate to chase, I honestly don't think you're that late to the party with Vertex if you buy it at these levels," the "Mad Money" host sa...

Simple urine test could improve early detection of bladder cancer – WHO study A new study conducted by researchers from the United Nations health agency revealed that bladder cancer mutations can be detected in urine up to 10 y...

Tennessee doctor, wife see coronavirus turn their cruise vacation into a nightmare as wife tests positive A Tennessee doctor remained Thursday aboard the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship that's seen more than 600 passengers and crew -- including h...

Ice Cream Dosa Is A New Fusion Food, Anand Mahindra Gives It 'Full Marks' Amarnath Chats which is a street-food stall from Bengaluru created a new fusion food out of the humble South Indian dish, combining it with ice cream...

Ukrainians Hurl Stones at China Evacuees En Route to Quarantine Amid Coronavirus Fears (NOVI SANZHARY, Ukraine) — Ukraine’s effort to quarantine more than 70 people evacuated from China over the new virus outbreak plunged in...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Red states look to expand Medicaid for new mothers States are working to extend Medicaid coverage for postpartum healthcare services, even red states that chose not to extend Medicaid eligibility thro...

Coronavirus fears prompt neighbors of California mom, daughter in self-quarantine to call cops A mother in California who is under self-quarantine with her daughter claims a neighbor called the police on them out of fears they could spread the ...

Weight Loss: Swear By Heavy Breakfast And Light Dinner To Shed Those Extra Kilos – Study (Recipes In Eating a big breakfast than a large dinner keeps the body fit and healthy as the routine may help in burning calories. This will further prevent obes...

Cruise Passenger Whose Coronavirus Infection Went Undetected Shows It May Not Be Possible to Stop the Outbreak From Spreading Just the rumor that there could be coronavirus aboard the Westerdam led five ports to deny the luxury cruise ship entry earlier this month. When Camb...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

Medicaid expansion led to earlier breast, colon, lung cancer diagnosis In the latest study assessing the impact of the changes in eligibility allowed under Obamacare, those residing in states that opted to expand Medicai...

Dilli 6 Food Fest: Explore The Culinary Secrets Of Purani Dilli At Edesia, Crowne Plaza Okhla Edesia at Crowne Plaza Today New Delhi Okhla is offering the whole experience of Purani Dilli through their 10th edition of annual Dilli 6 food festi...

Coronavirus: IMF chief says the outbreak is the 'most pressing uncertainty' for global economy The virus will definitely slow China's economic growth this year, Georgieva said, just how much depends on how well world leaders can contain the fas...

First Cases of Coronavirus in Iran Have Killed 2 Elderly Citizens, State News Agency Says (TEHRAN, Iran) — The new virus has killed two elderly Iranian citizens, Iran’s state-run IRNA news agency reported Wednesday. IRNA quoted...

COVID-19: Canadians aboard Diamond Princess to fly home Thursday, Champagne says Thousands of passengers who'd been taking a cruise on the Diamond Princess have been stuck aboard the ship, docked in Yokohama while the illness dubb...

At Stockholm road safety summit, UN officials join global call to end ‘scourge’ of preventable deaths Road traffic accidents take some 1.35 million lives every year and cost most countries three per cent of their gross domestic product, the top UN hea...

Coronavirus fears prompt neighbors of California mom, daughter in self-quarantine to call cops A mother in California who is under self-quarantine with her daughter claims a neighbor called the police on them out of fears they could spread the ...

Weight Loss: Swear By Heavy Breakfast And Light Dinner To Shed Those Extra Kilos – Study (Recipes In Eating a big breakfast than a large dinner keeps the body fit and healthy as the routine may help in burning calories. This will further prevent obes...

Cruise Passenger Whose Coronavirus Infection Went Undetected Shows It May Not Be Possible to Stop the Outbreak From Spreading Just the rumor that there could be coronavirus aboard the Westerdam led five ports to deny the luxury cruise ship entry earlier this month. When Camb...

Study: Fluoride good for teeth, but over-exposure may damage enamel In a study, researchers report that while fluoride has benefits for teeth, over-exposure can damage the ability of enamel cells to take in and store ...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

COVID-19: Canadians on board Diamond Princess cruise ship to fly back Feb. 21 About 43 of the 256 Canadians aboard the ship have contracted the novel coronavirus as of Tuesday, according to latest figures from Global Affairs Ca...

Polio eradication a UN priority, says Guterres in Pakistan visit In one of the last bastions of polio on the planet, millions of children are being given a fighting chance against the paralyzing and potentially fat...

Simple kettlebell circuit will build muscle and burn calories at the same time It’s time to pick up the kettlebells in the gym because they can help you to lose weight and build muscle at the same time – so what are you waiting ...

Simple kettlebell circuit will build muscle and burn calories at the same time It’s time to pick up the kettlebells in the gym because they can help you to lose weight and build muscle at the same time – so what are you waiting ...

Medicaid expansion led to earlier breast, colon, lung cancer diagnosis In the latest study assessing the impact of the changes in eligibility allowed under Obamacare, those residing in states that opted to expand Medicai...

Dilli 6 Food Fest: Explore The Culinary Secrets Of Purani Dilli At Edesia, Crowne Plaza Okhla Edesia at Crowne Plaza Today New Delhi Okhla is offering the whole experience of Purani Dilli through their 10th edition of annual Dilli 6 food festi...

Coronavirus: IMF chief says the outbreak is the 'most pressing uncertainty' for global economy The virus will definitely slow China's economic growth this year, Georgieva said, just how much depends on how well world leaders can contain the fas...

First Cases of Coronavirus in Iran Have Killed 2 Elderly Citizens, State News Agency Says (TEHRAN, Iran) — The new virus has killed two elderly Iranian citizens, Iran’s state-run IRNA news agency reported Wednesday. IRNA quoted...

COVID-19: Canadians aboard Diamond Princess to fly home Thursday, Champagne says Thousands of passengers who'd been taking a cruise on the Diamond Princess have been stuck aboard the ship, docked in Yokohama while the illness dubb...

At Stockholm road safety summit, UN officials join global call to end ‘scourge’ of preventable deaths Road traffic accidents take some 1.35 million lives every year and cost most countries three per cent of their gross domestic product, the top UN hea...

Woman credits 4st weight loss transformation to 'remarkable' diet programme Marian Antrobus, 54, struggled with her weight for years, despite going to a local slimming club every week. Now she’s lost 4st on the LighterLife Xp...

Why our understanding of concussion has been completely wrong Concussion is often portrayed as "seeing stars", which people quickly recover from. But we are now beginning to understand that the condition is far ...

Infants conceived using IVF have higher risk for early death, study says Children conceived using in vitro fertilization have a slightly higher risk of dying during infancy than those conceived naturally, a study published...

China is sterilizing cash in an attempt to stop the coronavirus spreading Chinese banks have been ordered to disinfect cash before issuing it to the public in an effort to curb the spread of the new coronavirus that has so ...

New findings may help premature babies breathe easier Researchers have gained understanding of a complex biological process that stimulates production of alveolar in the lungs of babies -- without which,...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Study: Fluoride good for teeth, but over-exposure may damage enamel In a study, researchers report that while fluoride has benefits for teeth, over-exposure can damage the ability of enamel cells to take in and store ...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

COVID-19: Canadians on board Diamond Princess cruise ship to fly back Feb. 21 About 43 of the 256 Canadians aboard the ship have contracted the novel coronavirus as of Tuesday, according to latest figures from Global Affairs Ca...

Polio eradication a UN priority, says Guterres in Pakistan visit In one of the last bastions of polio on the planet, millions of children are being given a fighting chance against the paralyzing and potentially fat...

Simple kettlebell circuit will build muscle and burn calories at the same time It’s time to pick up the kettlebells in the gym because they can help you to lose weight and build muscle at the same time – so what are you waiting ...

Simple kettlebell circuit will build muscle and burn calories at the same time It’s time to pick up the kettlebells in the gym because they can help you to lose weight and build muscle at the same time – so what are you waiting ...

How the debate over the ERA became a fight over abortion Because only women can have abortions, conservatives argue restrictions on the procedure could be found unconstitutional under the Equal Rights Amend...

More than 80% of COVID-19 cases have been mild, says new Chinese health report The new study reports on 44,672 cases confirmed in China as of Feb. 11. The virus caused severe disease such as pneumonia in 14 per cent of them and ...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Ex-Bigg Boss Contestant Rashami Desai Indulges In Pasta, 'Not Stolen' She Says In an Instagram video posted by the Uttaran actress, she can be seen relishing a bowl of pasta while saying Chori kiya hua nai hai, mehnat ka hai..pa...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

‘This is a time for facts, not fear,’ says WHO chief as COVID-19 virus spreads The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) on Saturday cautioned against panic over COVID-19 but also urged governments to step up their efforts...

Gyms in China livestream routines as coronavirus keeps patrons away "Stand in front of a chair. Chest up, core tight and square your pelvis," said Heidi Liu, a pilates instructor at a studio in Shanghai, as she demons...

China is sterilizing cash in an attempt to stop the coronavirus spreading Chinese banks have been ordered to disinfect cash before issuing it to the public in an effort to curb the spread of the new coronavirus that has so ...

Woman credits 4st weight loss transformation to 'remarkable' diet programme Marian Antrobus, 54, struggled with her weight for years, despite going to a local slimming club every week. Now she’s lost 4st on the LighterLife Xp...

Why our understanding of concussion has been completely wrong Concussion is often portrayed as "seeing stars", which people quickly recover from. But we are now beginning to understand that the condition is far ...

Infants conceived using IVF have higher risk for early death, study says Children conceived using in vitro fertilization have a slightly higher risk of dying during infancy than those conceived naturally, a study published...

China is sterilizing cash in an attempt to stop the coronavirus spreading Chinese banks have been ordered to disinfect cash before issuing it to the public in an effort to curb the spread of the new coronavirus that has so ...

New findings may help premature babies breathe easier Researchers have gained understanding of a complex biological process that stimulates production of alveolar in the lungs of babies -- without which,...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Appeals Court Rejects Trump Medicaid Work Requirements in Arkansas The ruling, written by a Reagan appointee, said the administration failed to show how such rules would help Medicaid to meet its mission of covering ...

My nightmare encounter with Israel’s socialist healthcare system On my first trip out of the country, I was eager to explore Israel and learn about its ancient history. Instead, I found myself stuck in an Israeli h...

Instagram star Kayla Itsines shares simple full-body workout you can do anywhere Mum-of-one Kayla Itsines posted a fairly simple workout for her 12.1 million Instagram followers which you can anywhere you want and it targets the w...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

'Ditch the Disk' group of tech execs is spurring the medical industry to move on from CD-ROMs Storing medical images on CD is a big and expensive problem for the radiology field. Salesforce CMO Ashwini Zenooz and big tech companies are rallyin...

1 in 3 child cancer survivors develop serious health problem later in life, study finds Survivors of childhood cancer are at increased risk for severe health problems later in life compared to the general population, according to a study...

Excess Intake Of Fast Food May Make Your Kids Overweight Previous research has shown that fast food coupled with other sedentary habits may lead to weight gain. However, it has not been clear whether eating...

'Ditch the Disk' group of tech execs is spurring the medical industry to move on from CD-ROMs Storing medical images on CD is a big and expensive problem for the radiology field. Salesforce CMO Ashwini Zenooz and big tech companies are rallyin...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

China's drinkers get happy hour margaritas delivered to their door as coronavirus lockdown continues A number of bars in major Chinese cities like Beijing and Guangzhou have begun delivering happy hour alcohol to customers who have remained indoors b...

Too much sitting increases heart disease, diabetes risk in older women Researchers assessed the sitting habits of older, post-menopausal women and found that those who spent more time seated, and were either overweight o...

Too much sitting increases heart disease, diabetes risk in older women Researchers assessed the sitting habits of older, post-menopausal women and found that those who spent more time seated, and were either overweight o...

‘This is a time for facts, not fear,’ says WHO chief as COVID-19 virus spreads The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) on Saturday cautioned against panic over COVID-19 but also urged governments to step up their efforts...

My nightmare encounter with Israel’s socialist healthcare system On my first trip out of the country, I was eager to explore Israel and learn about its ancient history. Instead, I found myself stuck in an Israeli h...

A woman with half a brain offers more proof of the organ's superpowers From a teenager excelling with half a brain to the organ's visual areas being co-opted in people who are blind, our brain's ability to adapt continue...

China approves antiviral favilavir to treat coronavirus Regulatory officials in China announced Monday that they have approved the antiviral favilavir for use in the treatment of the novel coronavirus COVI...

Russian Court Orders Woman Back to Coronavirus Quarantine After She Escapes From Hospital (MOSCOW) — A Russian court on Monday ordered a woman who escaped from a virus quarantine to return back to the hospital she fled and stay under...

‘This is a time for facts, not fear,’ says WHO chief as COVID-19 virus spreads The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) on Saturday cautioned against panic over COVID-19 but also urged governments to step up their efforts...

How AI Can Predict Heart Attacks and Strokes Artificial intelligence is making its way into health care, and one of its first stops is making sense of all of those scans that doctors order. Alre...

Appeals Court Rejects Trump Medicaid Work Requirements in Arkansas The ruling, written by a Reagan appointee, said the administration failed to show how such rules would help Medicaid to meet its mission of covering ...

My nightmare encounter with Israel’s socialist healthcare system On my first trip out of the country, I was eager to explore Israel and learn about its ancient history. Instead, I found myself stuck in an Israeli h...

Instagram star Kayla Itsines shares simple full-body workout you can do anywhere Mum-of-one Kayla Itsines posted a fairly simple workout for her 12.1 million Instagram followers which you can anywhere you want and it targets the w...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

'Ditch the Disk' group of tech execs is spurring the medical industry to move on from CD-ROMs Storing medical images on CD is a big and expensive problem for the radiology field. Salesforce CMO Ashwini Zenooz and big tech companies are rallyin...

1 in 3 child cancer survivors develop serious health problem later in life, study finds Survivors of childhood cancer are at increased risk for severe health problems later in life compared to the general population, according to a study...

Quebec couple on quarantined Japanese cruise ship test positive for COVID-19 The couple's daughter told The Canadian Press in an interview that Diane and Bernard Menard, both 75 years old, called around 2:30 a.m today to infor...

Chinese tourist in France becomes first to die in Europe of coronavirus An 80-year-old Chinese tourist infected with the coronavirus has died in France, the first fatality in Europe and the fourth outside mainland China f...

1 in 3 child cancer survivors develop serious health problem later in life, study finds Survivors of childhood cancer are at increased risk for severe health problems later in life compared to the general population, according to a study...

How AI Can Predict Heart Attacks and Strokes Artificial intelligence is making its way into health care, and one of its first stops is making sense of all of those scans that doctors order. Alre...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Babies are more likely to be conceived in autumn but we don’t know why In the northern hemisphere, babies are most likely to be conceived in winter and least likely to be conceived in spring, according to an analysis of ...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Babies are more likely to be conceived in autumn but we don’t know why In the northern hemisphere, babies are most likely to be conceived in winter and least likely to be conceived in spring, according to an analysis of ...

Indian Cooking Tips: This Roasted Kaju Namak Pare Can Be A Healthy Addition To Your Snacks Menu Namak pare is popular in every part of India as a tea-time snack. Adding some more crunch and health to the usual namak pare, we bring you 'Roasted K...

Quebec couple on quarantined Japanese cruise ship test positive for COVID-19 The couple's daughter told The Canadian Press in an interview that Diane and Bernard Menard, both 75 years old, called around 2:30 a.m today to infor...

Chinese tourist in France becomes first to die in Europe of coronavirus An 80-year-old Chinese tourist infected with the coronavirus has died in France, the first fatality in Europe and the fourth outside mainland China f...

1 in 3 child cancer survivors develop serious health problem later in life, study finds Survivors of childhood cancer are at increased risk for severe health problems later in life compared to the general population, according to a study...

Valentine's Day chocolates and wine could cause nasty bouts of thrush, docs warn Doctors are warning couples to not shower your loved ones with chocolates and wine this Valentine’s Day as it could result in an extra unwanted gift ...

44 states, NYC, Puerto Rico report high flu activity, CDC says The CDC reports that while deaths from flu remain below the epidemic threshold, 44 of 50 states and Puerto Rico are reporting "high" activity and as ...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

New York fugitive monitored for coronavirus at detention facility following China travels A fugitive from Brooklyn, New York, who recently returned from China is under observation for the novel coronavirus at a detention facility in Buffal...

Valentine's Day chocolates and wine could cause nasty bouts of thrush, docs warn Doctors are warning couples to not shower your loved ones with chocolates and wine this Valentine’s Day as it could result in an extra unwanted gift ...

Babies are more likely to be conceived in autumn but we don’t know why In the northern hemisphere, babies are most likely to be conceived in winter and least likely to be conceived in spring, according to an analysis of ...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Babies are more likely to be conceived in autumn but we don’t know why In the northern hemisphere, babies are most likely to be conceived in winter and least likely to be conceived in spring, according to an analysis of ...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Babies are more likely to be conceived in autumn but we don’t know why In the northern hemisphere, babies are most likely to be conceived in winter and least likely to be conceived in spring, according to an analysis of ...

Indian Cooking Tips: This Roasted Kaju Namak Pare Can Be A Healthy Addition To Your Snacks Menu Namak pare is popular in every part of India as a tea-time snack. Adding some more crunch and health to the usual namak pare, we bring you 'Roasted K...

Chronic kidney disease kills more than 1M people annually worldwide Chronic kidney disease has been described as a "global killer in plain sight" by the authors of a new analysis estimating the prevalence of the condi...

China reports 5,000 new coronavirus cases, cruise ship disembarks in Cambodia China's coronavirus outbreak showed no sign of peaking with health authorities on Friday reporting more than 5,000 new cases, while passengers on a c...

Coronavirus inflicts growing toll on China's health workers A new coronavirus has taken a growing toll of Chinese health workers on the front line of the fight to stop it, a top official said on Friday, as aut...

We'll soon know if covid-19 can be treated with HIV and Ebola drugs The results of clinical trials testing HIV and Ebola drugs in Chinese patients with covid-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, should be kn...

How AI Can Predict Heart Attacks and Strokes Artificial intelligence is making its way into health care, and one of its first stops is making sense of all of those scans that doctors order. Alre...

Valentine's Day chocolates and wine could cause nasty bouts of thrush, docs warn Doctors are warning couples to not shower your loved ones with chocolates and wine this Valentine’s Day as it could result in an extra unwanted gift ...

44 states, NYC, Puerto Rico report high flu activity, CDC says The CDC reports that while deaths from flu remain below the epidemic threshold, 44 of 50 states and Puerto Rico are reporting "high" activity and as ...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

New York fugitive monitored for coronavirus at detention facility following China travels A fugitive from Brooklyn, New York, who recently returned from China is under observation for the novel coronavirus at a detention facility in Buffal...

Valentine's Day chocolates and wine could cause nasty bouts of thrush, docs warn Doctors are warning couples to not shower your loved ones with chocolates and wine this Valentine’s Day as it could result in an extra unwanted gift ...

Babies are more likely to be conceived in autumn but we don’t know why In the northern hemisphere, babies are most likely to be conceived in winter and least likely to be conceived in spring, according to an analysis of ...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Experts Worry Quarantine Procedures May Actually Increase Infection Risk on Cruise Ship Docked in Japan with COVID-19 As the number of confirmed COVID-19 coronavirus cases continues to increase on a quarantined cruise ship in Japan, public health experts are worried ...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

We'll soon know if covid-19 can be treated with HIV and Ebola drugs The results of clinical trials testing HIV and Ebola drugs in Chinese patients with covid-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, should be kn...

Chronic kidney disease kills more than 1M people annually worldwide Chronic kidney disease has been described as a "global killer in plain sight" by the authors of a new analysis estimating the prevalence of the condi...

China reports 5,000 new coronavirus cases, cruise ship disembarks in Cambodia China's coronavirus outbreak showed no sign of peaking with health authorities on Friday reporting more than 5,000 new cases, while passengers on a c...

Coronavirus inflicts growing toll on China's health workers A new coronavirus has taken a growing toll of Chinese health workers on the front line of the fight to stop it, a top official said on Friday, as aut...

We'll soon know if covid-19 can be treated with HIV and Ebola drugs The results of clinical trials testing HIV and Ebola drugs in Chinese patients with covid-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, should be kn...

How AI Can Predict Heart Attacks and Strokes Artificial intelligence is making its way into health care, and one of its first stops is making sense of all of those scans that doctors order. Alre...

Coronavirus Cases Seemed to Be Leveling Off. Not Anymore. On Thursday, health officials in China reported more than 14,000 new cases in Hubei Province alone. A change in diagnostic criteria may be the reason...

Coronavirus death toll leaps, party bosses in China's Hubei province sacked The Chinese province at the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak reported a record rise in the death toll on Thursday under a new diagnostic method,...

DR Congo Ebola outbreak still an international public health concern The Ebola virus disease outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) remains an international public health concern, experts meeting in Gen...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Experts Worry Quarantine Procedures May Actually Increase Infection Risk on Cruise Ship Docked in Japan with COVID-19 As the number of confirmed COVID-19 coronavirus cases continues to increase on a quarantined cruise ship in Japan, public health experts are worried ...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

We'll soon know if covid-19 can be treated with HIV and Ebola drugs The results of clinical trials testing HIV and Ebola drugs in Chinese patients with covid-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, should be kn...

How the debate over the ERA became a fight over abortion Because only women can have abortions, conservatives argue restrictions on the procedure could be found unconstitutional under the Equal Rights Amend...

Sachin Tendulkar Is A Fan Of This Quaint Little Cafe In Landour; Find Out Why Hill stations are dotted with quirky little cafes that attracts many tourists. However, Landour has a vibrant histroy that also includes cafes that a...

How the debate over the ERA became a fight over abortion Because only women can have abortions, conservatives argue restrictions on the procedure could be found unconstitutional under the Equal Rights Amend...

How Many Coronavirus Cases in China? Officials Tweak the Answer China’s health authorities have decided to no longer count as confirmed cases those patients who test positive but don’t show symptoms. Skepticism wa...

Coronavirus Cases Seemed to Be Leveling Off. Not Anymore. On Thursday, health officials in China reported more than 14,000 new cases in Hubei Province alone. A change in diagnostic criteria may be the reason...

Coronavirus death toll leaps, party bosses in China's Hubei province sacked The Chinese province at the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak reported a record rise in the death toll on Thursday under a new diagnostic method,...

DR Congo Ebola outbreak still an international public health concern The Ebola virus disease outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) remains an international public health concern, experts meeting in Gen...

How the debate over the ERA became a fight over abortion Because only women can have abortions, conservatives argue restrictions on the procedure could be found unconstitutional under the Equal Rights Amend...

The son of Saudi Arabia's Warren Buffett sees a big future for Beyond Meat and plant-based foods Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed, an avowed vegan and the founder and chief executive of KBW Ventures, tells CNBC why he is betting big on plant-based meat...

McDonald's ignores obesity advice as it brings back 731-calorie Grand Big Mac Fast food giant McDonald's has been accused of ignoring Government advice on obesity after the chain decided to bring back the 731-calorie Grand Big ...

How the debate over the ERA became a fight over abortion Because only women can have abortions, conservatives argue restrictions on the procedure could be found unconstitutional under the Equal Rights Amend...

Sachin Tendulkar Is A Fan Of This Quaint Little Cafe In Landour; Find Out Why Hill stations are dotted with quirky little cafes that attracts many tourists. However, Landour has a vibrant histroy that also includes cafes that a...

How the debate over the ERA became a fight over abortion Because only women can have abortions, conservatives argue restrictions on the procedure could be found unconstitutional under the Equal Rights Amend...

How Many Coronavirus Cases in China? Officials Tweak the Answer China’s health authorities have decided to no longer count as confirmed cases those patients who test positive but don’t show symptoms. Skepticism wa...

Nuts ‘N More peanut spread recalled over Listeria concern If you have the recalled product in your home, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said it should be thrown out or returned to the store where it was...

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WHO convenes meeting of top scientists to slow coronavirus spread Deaths from the coronavirus epidemic have surpassed 1,000, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed on Tuesday, as hundreds of health experts be...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

How the debate over the ERA became a fight over abortion Because only women can have abortions, conservatives argue restrictions on the procedure could be found unconstitutional under the Equal Rights Amend...

The son of Saudi Arabia's Warren Buffett sees a big future for Beyond Meat and plant-based foods Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed, an avowed vegan and the founder and chief executive of KBW Ventures, tells CNBC why he is betting big on plant-based meat...

McDonald's ignores obesity advice as it brings back 731-calorie Grand Big Mac Fast food giant McDonald's has been accused of ignoring Government advice on obesity after the chain decided to bring back the 731-calorie Grand Big ...

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Her Grandmother Got the Coronavirus. Then So Did the Whole Family. “What kind of government is this?’ asks a family of three generations sickened by the new virus and desperate for care in Wuhan, the Chinese city at ...

The Coronavirus Outbreak Should Bring Out the Best in Humanity Pandemics are perversely democratic. They’re nasty, lethal and sneaky, but they don’t discriminate. No matter your age, ethnicity, religi...

Coronavirus live updates: Singapore predicts a 25% to 30% drop in 2020 visitor arrivals The Singapore Tourism Board said tourism arrivals and receipts for the current calendar year in the city-state will take a "significant hit" due to t...

China's daily coronavirus death toll tops 100 for 1st time; total deaths top 1,000 The death toll from coronavirus climbed over 1,000 and the daily death toll reached a record high of 100 on Monday, according to China's National Hea...

Nuts ‘N More peanut spread recalled over Listeria concern If you have the recalled product in your home, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said it should be thrown out or returned to the store where it was...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

WHO convenes meeting of top scientists to slow coronavirus spread Deaths from the coronavirus epidemic have surpassed 1,000, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed on Tuesday, as hundreds of health experts be...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

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UK coronavirus cases double to eight, government declares 'imminent threat' Britain on Monday said the number of confirmed coronavirus cases had doubled to eight as the government declared the virus a serious and imminent thr...

9 family members infected with coronavirus after sharing hot pot meal Nine members of a Hong Kong family were infected with the deadly coronavirus after sharing a hot pot meal, a large pot of boiling broth in which dine...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Countries rush to build diagnostic capacity as coronavirus spreads A week ago, only two laboratories in Africa could diagnose the novel coronavirus that originated in China and is rapidly spreading around the world. ...

Her Grandmother Got the Coronavirus. Then So Did the Whole Family. “What kind of government is this?’ asks a family of three generations sickened by the new virus and desperate for care in Wuhan, the Chinese city at ...

The Coronavirus Outbreak Should Bring Out the Best in Humanity Pandemics are perversely democratic. They’re nasty, lethal and sneaky, but they don’t discriminate. No matter your age, ethnicity, religi...

Coronavirus live updates: Singapore predicts a 25% to 30% drop in 2020 visitor arrivals The Singapore Tourism Board said tourism arrivals and receipts for the current calendar year in the city-state will take a "significant hit" due to t...

China's daily coronavirus death toll tops 100 for 1st time; total deaths top 1,000 The death toll from coronavirus climbed over 1,000 and the daily death toll reached a record high of 100 on Monday, according to China's National Hea...

'Enemy of mankind': Coronavirus deaths top SARS as China returns to work China raised the death toll from its coronavirus outbreak to 811 on Sunday, passing the number killed globally by the SARS epidemic, as authorities m...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

China slowly gets back to work as nearly 100 more die from coronavirus Workers began trickling back to offices and factories around China on Monday as the government eased some restrictions on working during a coronaviru...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

Gauahar Khan's Sunday Smoothie Bowl Packed These Superfoods! (See Pic) Gauhar Khan is making sure she keeps giving us a sneak peek into her life through her social media accounts. On Sunday, she gave us a glimpse of her ...

UK coronavirus cases double to eight, government declares 'imminent threat' Britain on Monday said the number of confirmed coronavirus cases had doubled to eight as the government declared the virus a serious and imminent thr...

9 family members infected with coronavirus after sharing hot pot meal Nine members of a Hong Kong family were infected with the deadly coronavirus after sharing a hot pot meal, a large pot of boiling broth in which dine...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

The Coronavirus Outbreak Should Bring Out the Best in Humanity Pandemics are perversely democratic. They’re nasty, lethal and sneaky, but they don’t discriminate. No matter your age, ethnicity, religi...

2nd plane on its way to Wuhan, China to evacuate Canadians: minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says the passenger list is still being compiled but he expects the charter flight to be just about full when it leaves Wu...

'Enemy of mankind': Coronavirus deaths top SARS as China returns to work China raised the death toll from its coronavirus outbreak to 811 on Sunday, passing the number killed globally by the SARS epidemic, as authorities m...

'Enemy of mankind': Coronavirus deaths top SARS as China returns to work China raised the death toll from its coronavirus outbreak to 811 on Sunday, passing the number killed globally by the SARS epidemic, as authorities m...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

China slowly gets back to work as nearly 100 more die from coronavirus Workers began trickling back to offices and factories around China on Monday as the government eased some restrictions on working during a coronaviru...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

The Coronavirus Outbreak Should Bring Out the Best in Humanity Pandemics are perversely democratic. They’re nasty, lethal and sneaky, but they don’t discriminate. No matter your age, ethnicity, religi...

2nd plane on its way to Wuhan, China to evacuate Canadians: minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says the passenger list is still being compiled but he expects the charter flight to be just about full when it leaves Wu...

'Enemy of mankind': Coronavirus deaths top SARS as China returns to work China raised the death toll from its coronavirus outbreak to 811 on Sunday, passing the number killed globally by the SARS epidemic, as authorities m...

5 U.K. citizens contract coronavirus at French ski resort Eleven people, including the five who have tested positive, have been hospitalized after sharing lodgings in late January with a British man believed...

US embassy says an American diagnosed with the new coronavirus died in Wuhan, China It is the first known American death in an outbreak of a new coronavirus. Wuhan is the center of the outbreak and the capital of Hubei province, wher...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

A Food Journey Around Tiretta Bazaar - Kolkata's 'Old Chinatown' Tiretta Bazaar (orTiretti Bazaar) in Kolkata, also commonly referred to as Old Chinatown, might well be the starting point of Chinese cuisine in Indi...

Coronavirus: demand for face masks creates shortfall for those in real need Unprecedented global demand for face masks and other protective equipment fuelled by the coronavirus epidemic, has created potentially dangerous shor...

McDonald's ignores obesity advice as it brings back 731-calorie Grand Big Mac Fast food giant McDonald's has been accused of ignoring Government advice on obesity after the chain decided to bring back the 731-calorie Grand Big ...

5 U.K. citizens contract coronavirus at French ski resort Eleven people, including the five who have tested positive, have been hospitalized after sharing lodgings in late January with a British man believed...

US embassy says an American diagnosed with the new coronavirus died in Wuhan, China It is the first known American death in an outbreak of a new coronavirus. Wuhan is the center of the outbreak and the capital of Hubei province, wher...

How Our Modern World Creates Outbreaks Like Coronavirus “Everyone knows that pestilences have a way of recurring in the world,” observes Albert Camus in his novel The Plague. “Yet somehow...

As Other Democrats Feud, Bloomberg Hammers Trump on Health Care While the presidential candidates argue about each other’s health plans, Michael Bloomberg’s ads have attacked the president over pre-existing condit...

To contain the coronavirus, Singapore must also fight misinformation, minister says Fighting against the spread of a new coronavirus requires "a calm, well-informed and disciplined response from the population," said S Iswaran, Singa...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Plane carrying American coronavirus evacuees lands in California, another en route to Texas One of two State Department-chartered flights carrying additional American evacuees from Wuhan, China -- the epicenter of the deadly coronavirus outb...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

House committee offers up crony, price-setting ‘solution’ to surprise medical billing One solution benefits patients and doctors, and one solution benefits insurers, lobbyists, and donors. Guess which one the House Ways and Means Commi...

As Other Democrats Feud, Bloomberg Hammers Trump on Health Care While the presidential candidates argue about each other’s health plans, Michael Bloomberg’s ads have attacked the president over pre-existing condit...

Only 5% of People Tested for Coronavirus in the U.S. Were Found Positive The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is focusing much of its coronavirus containment effort on screening close contacts of those...

A Food Journey Around Tiretta Bazaar - Kolkata's 'Old Chinatown' Tiretta Bazaar (orTiretti Bazaar) in Kolkata, also commonly referred to as Old Chinatown, might well be the starting point of Chinese cuisine in Indi...

Inundated With Flu Patients, U.S. Hospitals Brace for Coronavirus Resources are already stretched during flu season. With so much medical equipment and drugs made in China, public health experts are anxiously watchi...

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Coronavirus: demand for face masks creates shortfall for those in real need Unprecedented global demand for face masks and other protective equipment fuelled by the coronavirus epidemic, has created potentially dangerous shor...

McDonald's ignores obesity advice as it brings back 731-calorie Grand Big Mac Fast food giant McDonald's has been accused of ignoring Government advice on obesity after the chain decided to bring back the 731-calorie Grand Big ...

Diabetes DIY: why thousands of people are hacking their insulin pumps Thousands of people with Type 1 diabetes are hacking into their insulin pumps in an attempt to better control their condition. The DIY technique is c...

Slight fall in coronavirus infections ‘nothing to celebrate’, says UN health agency A slight drop overnight in the number of people infected by the new coronavirus is welcome but “nothing to celebrate”, a top UN health official said ...

Slight fall in coronavirus infections ‘nothing to celebrate’, says UN health agency A slight drop overnight in the number of people infected by the new coronavirus is welcome but “nothing to celebrate”, a top UN health official said ...

Chinese coronavirus whistle-blower dies of coronavirus A doctor accused by law enforcement in China of "spreading rumors" about the coronavirus outbreak is in critical condition with the virus, as the WHO...

Slight fall in coronavirus infections ‘nothing to celebrate’, says UN health agency A slight drop overnight in the number of people infected by the new coronavirus is welcome but “nothing to celebrate”, a top UN health official said ...

Slight fall in coronavirus infections ‘nothing to celebrate’, says UN health agency A slight drop overnight in the number of people infected by the new coronavirus is welcome but “nothing to celebrate”, a top UN health official said ...

Indian Cooking Tips: Quick And Easy Fish Curry For Treating Your Unexpected Guests Here we bring you a quick and easy fish curry that can be prepared in very less time and that too with very few ingredients. It doesn't need onion, t...

How Our Modern World Creates Outbreaks Like Coronavirus “Everyone knows that pestilences have a way of recurring in the world,” observes Albert Camus in his novel The Plague. “Yet somehow...

As Other Democrats Feud, Bloomberg Hammers Trump on Health Care While the presidential candidates argue about each other’s health plans, Michael Bloomberg’s ads have attacked the president over pre-existing condit...

To contain the coronavirus, Singapore must also fight misinformation, minister says Fighting against the spread of a new coronavirus requires "a calm, well-informed and disciplined response from the population," said S Iswaran, Singa...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Plane carrying American coronavirus evacuees lands in California, another en route to Texas One of two State Department-chartered flights carrying additional American evacuees from Wuhan, China -- the epicenter of the deadly coronavirus outb...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

House committee offers up crony, price-setting ‘solution’ to surprise medical billing One solution benefits patients and doctors, and one solution benefits insurers, lobbyists, and donors. Guess which one the House Ways and Means Commi...

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Only 5% of People Tested for Coronavirus in the U.S. Were Found Positive The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is focusing much of its coronavirus containment effort on screening close contacts of those...

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Slight fall in coronavirus infections ‘nothing to celebrate’, says UN health agency A slight drop overnight in the number of people infected by the new coronavirus is welcome but “nothing to celebrate”, a top UN health official said ...

Diabetes DIY: why thousands of people are hacking their insulin pumps Thousands of people with Type 1 diabetes are hacking into their insulin pumps in an attempt to better control their condition. The DIY technique is c...

Slight fall in coronavirus infections ‘nothing to celebrate’, says UN health agency A slight drop overnight in the number of people infected by the new coronavirus is welcome but “nothing to celebrate”, a top UN health official said ...

Slight fall in coronavirus infections ‘nothing to celebrate’, says UN health agency A slight drop overnight in the number of people infected by the new coronavirus is welcome but “nothing to celebrate”, a top UN health official said ...

Chinese coronavirus whistle-blower dies of coronavirus A doctor accused by law enforcement in China of "spreading rumors" about the coronavirus outbreak is in critical condition with the virus, as the WHO...

Slight fall in coronavirus infections ‘nothing to celebrate’, says UN health agency A slight drop overnight in the number of people infected by the new coronavirus is welcome but “nothing to celebrate”, a top UN health official said ...

Slight fall in coronavirus infections ‘nothing to celebrate’, says UN health agency A slight drop overnight in the number of people infected by the new coronavirus is welcome but “nothing to celebrate”, a top UN health official said ...

Indian Cooking Tips: Quick And Easy Fish Curry For Treating Your Unexpected Guests Here we bring you a quick and easy fish curry that can be prepared in very less time and that too with very few ingredients. It doesn't need onion, t...

McDonald's ignores obesity advice as it brings back 731-calorie Grand Big Mac Fast food giant McDonald's has been accused of ignoring Government advice on obesity after the chain decided to bring back the 731-calorie Grand Big ...

Newborn becomes youngest person diagnosed with coronavirus as infections near 30K A Korean Air flight heading to Las Vegas was diverted to Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday due to concerns that some of the passengers h...

Female Genital Mutilation costs $1.4 billion annually: UN health agency Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) poses serious risks to the health and well-being of women and girls, but it also exacts a crippling economic toll, ac...

Slight fall in coronavirus infections ‘nothing to celebrate’, says UN health agency A slight drop overnight in the number of people infected by the new coronavirus is welcome but “nothing to celebrate”, a top UN health official said ...

Will the coronavirus become a pandemic - and what happens if it does? The Wuhan coronavirus has exploded in China. There are three likely scenarios for what will happen next – and the bad news is that a pandemic looks d...

Joe Rogan weight loss: How the comedian chiselled his body on the 'carnivore diet' Joe Rogan has celebrated 12lb weight loss. The comedian has also built his muscles and chiselled his torso – here's how he did it by following the ca...

5 Fun And Delicious Ways To Cook Eggs For Breakfast To help you make your regular breakfast eggs a little more fun, we have compiled 5 delicious and super easy egg recipes that will make your breakfast...

China virus hits cruise ships, carmakers, airlines and Airbus Thousands of passengers and crew on two cruise ships in Asian waters were placed in quarantine for China's coronavirus on Wednesday as airlines, carm...

McDonald's ignores obesity advice as it brings back 731-calorie Grand Big Mac Fast food giant McDonald's has been accused of ignoring Government advice on obesity after the chain decided to bring back the 731-calorie Grand Big ...

Newborn becomes youngest person diagnosed with coronavirus as infections near 30K A Korean Air flight heading to Las Vegas was diverted to Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday due to concerns that some of the passengers h...

Female Genital Mutilation costs $1.4 billion annually: UN health agency Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) poses serious risks to the health and well-being of women and girls, but it also exacts a crippling economic toll, ac...

Contact lens senses UV light to tell you when it's time for sunscreen Skin patches and contact lenses that change colour when exposed to UV light could provide us with a visual alert to apply sunscreen or seek some shad...

Two cruise ships ordered into quarantine as virus death toll nears 500 Thousands of passengers and crew on two cruise ships in Asian waters were placed in quarantine on Wednesday, as the death toll from an outbreak of a ...

Coronavirus: UN health agency moves fast to tackle ‘infodemic’; Guterres warns against stigmatization The World Health Organization (WHO) has taken steps to ensure that the coronavirus epidemic that has claimed hundreds of lives in central China does ...

Pregnant blogger shares horror snap of mouth pouring blood, but says it's 'normal' WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT BELOW: Ella Dvornik, 29, is pregnant with her second child and says that the photo of her gums covered in blood can be a nor...

Joe Rogan weight loss: How the comedian chiselled his body on the 'carnivore diet' Joe Rogan has celebrated 12lb weight loss. The comedian has also built his muscles and chiselled his torso – here's how he did it by following the ca...

Pregnant blogger shares horror snap of mouth pouring blood, but says it's 'normal' WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT BELOW: Ella Dvornik, 29, is pregnant with her second child and says that the photo of her gums covered in blood can be a nor...

Will the coronavirus become a pandemic - and what happens if it does? The Wuhan coronavirus has exploded in China. There are three likely scenarios for what will happen next – and the bad news is that a pandemic looks d...

Joe Rogan weight loss: How the comedian chiselled his body on the 'carnivore diet' Joe Rogan has celebrated 12lb weight loss. The comedian has also built his muscles and chiselled his torso – here's how he did it by following the ca...

5 Fun And Delicious Ways To Cook Eggs For Breakfast To help you make your regular breakfast eggs a little more fun, we have compiled 5 delicious and super easy egg recipes that will make your breakfast...

China virus hits cruise ships, carmakers, airlines and Airbus Thousands of passengers and crew on two cruise ships in Asian waters were placed in quarantine for China's coronavirus on Wednesday as airlines, carm...

China virus claims second life off mainland, Macau casinos told to close The coronavirus outbreak claimed its first life in Hong Kong on Tuesday, compounding the international financial centre's problems after anti-governm...

Contact lens senses UV light to tell you when it's time for sunscreen Skin patches and contact lenses that change colour when exposed to UV light could provide us with a visual alert to apply sunscreen or seek some shad...

Two cruise ships ordered into quarantine as virus death toll nears 500 Thousands of passengers and crew on two cruise ships in Asian waters were placed in quarantine on Wednesday, as the death toll from an outbreak of a ...

Coronavirus: UN health agency moves fast to tackle ‘infodemic’; Guterres warns against stigmatization The World Health Organization (WHO) has taken steps to ensure that the coronavirus epidemic that has claimed hundreds of lives in central China does ...

Pregnant blogger shares horror snap of mouth pouring blood, but says it's 'normal' WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT BELOW: Ella Dvornik, 29, is pregnant with her second child and says that the photo of her gums covered in blood can be a nor...

Joe Rogan weight loss: How the comedian chiselled his body on the 'carnivore diet' Joe Rogan has celebrated 12lb weight loss. The comedian has also built his muscles and chiselled his torso – here's how he did it by following the ca...

Pregnant blogger shares horror snap of mouth pouring blood, but says it's 'normal' WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT BELOW: Ella Dvornik, 29, is pregnant with her second child and says that the photo of her gums covered in blood can be a nor...

FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken - women talk about genital mutilation “My flesh has been taken away, but I can never give away my heart”; those are the powerful words of resolve from Abida Dawud, one of three women surv...

Wuhan Coronavirus Looks Increasingly Like a Pandemic, Experts Say Rapidly rising caseloads alarm researchers, who fear the virus may make its way across the globe. But scientists cannot yet predict how many deaths m...

Pregnant blogger shares horror snap of mouth pouring blood, but says it's 'normal' WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT BELOW: Ella Dvornik, 29, is pregnant with her second child and says that the photo of her gums covered in blood can be a nor...

As Other Democrats Feud, Bloomberg Hammers Trump on Health Care While the presidential candidates argue about each other’s health plans, Michael Bloomberg’s ads have attacked the president over pre-existing condit...

Global Solidarity, Collaboration and Urgent Action Needed to Defeat the New Coronavirus Outbreak Once in a very rare while, a single, serious challenge consumes the attention of the entire world. We are living through one such period today as cou...

China virus claims second life off mainland, Macau casinos told to close The coronavirus outbreak claimed its first life in Hong Kong on Tuesday, compounding the international financial centre's problems after anti-governm...

As Other Democrats Feud, Bloomberg Hammers Trump on Health Care While the presidential candidates argue about each other’s health plans, Michael Bloomberg’s ads have attacked the president over pre-existing condit...

Built in just 10 days, coronavirus hospital in China accepts first patients Huoshenshan Hospital and a second 1,500-bed facility due to open this week were built by construction crews who are working around the clock in Wuhan...

Elizabeth Warren inadvertently makes case for why her plans won't pass DES MOINES, Iowa — With one answer ahead of the caucuses, Sen. Elizabeth Warren inadvertently made the case as to why her ambitious policy proposals ...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Joe Rogan weight loss: How the comedian chiselled his body on the 'carnivore diet' Joe Rogan has celebrated 12lb weight loss. The comedian has also built his muscles and chiselled his torso – here's how he did it by following the ca...

Pregnant blogger shares horror snap of mouth pouring blood, but says it's 'normal' WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT BELOW: Ella Dvornik, 29, is pregnant with her second child and says that the photo of her gums covered in blood can be a nor...

FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken - women talk about genital mutilation “My flesh has been taken away, but I can never give away my heart”; those are the powerful words of resolve from Abida Dawud, one of three women surv...

FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken - women talk about genital mutilation “My flesh has been taken away, but I can never give away my heart”; those are the powerful words of resolve from Abida Dawud, one of three women surv...

Wuhan Coronavirus Looks Increasingly Like a Pandemic, Experts Say Rapidly rising caseloads alarm researchers, who fear the virus may make its way across the globe. But scientists cannot yet predict how many deaths m...

Pregnant blogger shares horror snap of mouth pouring blood, but says it's 'normal' WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT BELOW: Ella Dvornik, 29, is pregnant with her second child and says that the photo of her gums covered in blood can be a nor...

As Other Democrats Feud, Bloomberg Hammers Trump on Health Care While the presidential candidates argue about each other’s health plans, Michael Bloomberg’s ads have attacked the president over pre-existing condit...

Global Solidarity, Collaboration and Urgent Action Needed to Defeat the New Coronavirus Outbreak Once in a very rare while, a single, serious challenge consumes the attention of the entire world. We are living through one such period today as cou...

Built in just 10 days, coronavirus hospital in China accepts first patients Huoshenshan Hospital and a second 1,500-bed facility due to open this week were built by construction crews who are working around the clock in Wuhan...

US to rush more citizens back from China to escape coronavirus The State Department is flying more U.S. citizens back from Wuhan, China, this week to protect them against the coronavirus that has been circulating...

Wuhan Coronavirus Looks Increasingly Like a Pandemic, Experts Say Rapidly rising caseloads alarm researchers, who fear the virus may make its way across the globe. But scientists cannot yet predict how many deaths m...

As Other Democrats Feud, Bloomberg Hammers Trump on Health Care While the presidential candidates argue about each other’s health plans, Michael Bloomberg’s ads have attacked the president over pre-existing condit...

Built in just 10 days, coronavirus hospital in China accepts first patients Huoshenshan Hospital and a second 1,500-bed facility due to open this week were built by construction crews who are working around the clock in Wuhan...

Elizabeth Warren inadvertently makes case for why her plans won't pass DES MOINES, Iowa — With one answer ahead of the caucuses, Sen. Elizabeth Warren inadvertently made the case as to why her ambitious policy proposals ...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Joe Rogan weight loss: How the comedian chiselled his body on the 'carnivore diet' Joe Rogan has celebrated 12lb weight loss. The comedian has also built his muscles and chiselled his torso – here's how he did it by following the ca...

Pregnant blogger shares horror snap of mouth pouring blood, but says it's 'normal' WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT BELOW: Ella Dvornik, 29, is pregnant with her second child and says that the photo of her gums covered in blood can be a nor...

FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken - women talk about genital mutilation “My flesh has been taken away, but I can never give away my heart”; those are the powerful words of resolve from Abida Dawud, one of three women surv...

As Other Democrats Feud, Bloomberg Hammers Trump on Health Care While the presidential candidates argue about each other’s health plans, Michael Bloomberg’s ads have attacked the president over pre-existing condit...

Philippines reports first death outside of China in coronavirus outbreak "This is the first reported case outside of China. However, we need to keep in mind that he came from Wuhan, China," Dr. Rabi Abeyasinghe, a World He...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

Philippines reports first death outside of China in coronavirus outbreak "This is the first reported case outside of China. However, we need to keep in mind that he came from Wuhan, China," Dr. Rabi Abeyasinghe, a World He...

U.S. declares public health emergency over coronavirus outbreak The U.S. declared a public health emergency over the outbreak on Friday, and the CDC also said it placed 195 Americans evacuated from China on quaran...

Coronavirus: U.S. warns it may re-route flight passengers who were recently in China The Department of Homeland Security is warning that U.S. citizens who have travelled in China within the last 14 days will be re-routed to one of sev...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

Wuhan Coronavirus Looks Increasingly Like a Pandemic, Experts Say Rapidly rising caseloads alarm researchers, who fear the virus may make its way across the globe. But scientists cannot yet predict how many deaths m...

Built in just 10 days, coronavirus hospital in China accepts first patients Huoshenshan Hospital and a second 1,500-bed facility due to open this week were built by construction crews who are working around the clock in Wuhan...

US to rush more citizens back from China to escape coronavirus The State Department is flying more U.S. citizens back from Wuhan, China, this week to protect them against the coronavirus that has been circulating...

Wuhan Coronavirus Looks Increasingly Like a Pandemic, Experts Say Rapidly rising caseloads alarm researchers, who fear the virus may make its way across the globe. But scientists cannot yet predict how many deaths m...

A guide to how much sleep you really need – and how to improve its quality Rob Hobson, author of the Art of Sleeping, has given a quick guide to his sleep-improving B.E.D principles and breaks down how much sleep people from...

Xenophobia ‘Is A Pre-Existing Condition.’ How Harmful Stereotypes and Racism are Spreading Around the Coronavirus As 10-year-old Connor and a friend played one recent day at recess, they were approached by a group of boys wanting to play a game — testing th...

WHO declares coronavirus outbreak an international health emergency Cases of human-to-human transmission of the Wuhan coronavirus have been confirmed in several countries, and the World Health Organization has declare...

Coronavirus evacuees to be housed at California, Texas and Colorado military bases Four U.S. military bases in California, Colorado and Texas were selected Saturday to house up to 1,000 Americans expected to be placed under quaranti...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

As Other Democrats Feud, Bloomberg Hammers Trump on Health Care While the presidential candidates argue about each other’s health plans, Michael Bloomberg’s ads have attacked the president over pre-existing condit...

Philippines reports first death outside of China in coronavirus outbreak "This is the first reported case outside of China. However, we need to keep in mind that he came from Wuhan, China," Dr. Rabi Abeyasinghe, a World He...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

Philippines reports first death outside of China in coronavirus outbreak "This is the first reported case outside of China. However, we need to keep in mind that he came from Wuhan, China," Dr. Rabi Abeyasinghe, a World He...

U.S. declares public health emergency over coronavirus outbreak The U.S. declared a public health emergency over the outbreak on Friday, and the CDC also said it placed 195 Americans evacuated from China on quaran...

Coronavirus: U.S. warns it may re-route flight passengers who were recently in China The Department of Homeland Security is warning that U.S. citizens who have travelled in China within the last 14 days will be re-routed to one of sev...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

Wuhan Coronavirus Looks Increasingly Like a Pandemic, Experts Say Rapidly rising caseloads alarm researchers, who fear the virus may make its way across the globe. But scientists cannot yet predict how many deaths m...

As New Virus Spread, China’s Old Habits Delayed Fight At critical turning points, Chinese authorities put secrecy and order ahead of openly confronting the growing crisis and risking public alarm or poli...

China's coronavirus infections hit daily record, deaths climb to 304 China's new confirmed infections from the coronavirus outbreak increased by a daily record, up by 2,590 cases on Saturday to top 14,000, as the quick...

Coronavirus travel barriers, business closures can harm the world economy: experts "Travel restrictions can cause more harm than good by hindering info-sharing, medical supply chains and harming economies,'' World Health Organizatio...

A guide to how much sleep you really need – and how to improve its quality Rob Hobson, author of the Art of Sleeping, has given a quick guide to his sleep-improving B.E.D principles and breaks down how much sleep people from...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Bloomberg proposes tax plan with $5 trillion in hikes for the wealthy and businesses Michael Bloomberg on Saturday introduced a $5 trillion tax plan that would reverse the tax breaks for high-income earners and small businesses that w...

A guide to how much sleep you really need – and how to improve its quality Rob Hobson, author of the Art of Sleeping, has given a quick guide to his sleep-improving B.E.D principles and breaks down how much sleep people from...

Xenophobia ‘Is A Pre-Existing Condition.’ How Harmful Stereotypes and Racism are Spreading Around the Coronavirus As 10-year-old Connor and a friend played one recent day at recess, they were approached by a group of boys wanting to play a game — testing th...

WHO declares coronavirus outbreak an international health emergency Cases of human-to-human transmission of the Wuhan coronavirus have been confirmed in several countries, and the World Health Organization has declare...

Coronavirus evacuees to be housed at California, Texas and Colorado military bases Four U.S. military bases in California, Colorado and Texas were selected Saturday to house up to 1,000 Americans expected to be placed under quaranti...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

Rattled by coronavirus, Chinese communities cancel Lunar New Year plans The rapid spread of a new virus from China has cast a pall across Chinese American communities, with people staying inside whenever possible, wearing...

Russia to evacuate citizens from China as virus toll rises China faced mounting isolation from international travel curbs and flight suspensions on Saturday, with Russia to start pulling out its citizens next...

As Other Democrats Feud, Bloomberg Hammers Trump on Health Care While the presidential candidates argue about each other’s health plans, Michael Bloomberg’s ads have attacked the president over pre-existing condit...

As New Virus Spread, China’s Old Habits Delayed Fight At critical turning points, Chinese authorities put secrecy and order ahead of openly confronting the growing crisis and risking public alarm or poli...

China's coronavirus infections hit daily record, deaths climb to 304 China's new confirmed infections from the coronavirus outbreak increased by a daily record, up by 2,590 cases on Saturday to top 14,000, as the quick...

Coronavirus travel barriers, business closures can harm the world economy: experts "Travel restrictions can cause more harm than good by hindering info-sharing, medical supply chains and harming economies,'' World Health Organizatio...

A guide to how much sleep you really need – and how to improve its quality Rob Hobson, author of the Art of Sleeping, has given a quick guide to his sleep-improving B.E.D principles and breaks down how much sleep people from...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Bloomberg proposes tax plan with $5 trillion in hikes for the wealthy and businesses Michael Bloomberg on Saturday introduced a $5 trillion tax plan that would reverse the tax breaks for high-income earners and small businesses that w...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’ – how to protect yourself from infection China is now saying saying coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’, which is why it is important to protect yourself, and minimising the risk of b...

Coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’ – how to protect yourself from infection China is now saying saying coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’, which is why it is important to protect yourself, and minimising the risk of b...

Rattled by coronavirus, Chinese communities cancel Lunar New Year plans The rapid spread of a new virus from China has cast a pall across Chinese American communities, with people staying inside whenever possible, wearing...

Russia to evacuate citizens from China as virus toll rises China faced mounting isolation from international travel curbs and flight suspensions on Saturday, with Russia to start pulling out its citizens next...

As Other Democrats Feud, Bloomberg Hammers Trump on Health Care While the presidential candidates argue about each other’s health plans, Michael Bloomberg’s ads have attacked the president over pre-existing condit...

Coronavirus in China prompts UNICEF to send country 6 tons of masks, suits UNICEF this week sent China 6 metric tons of supplies in a bid to help the country respond to the deadly coronavirus outbreak that’s killed some 213 ...

The 'fourth wave' of drug addiction: Surge in meth could bring drug overdose death rates back up A top Trump administration health official is worried that meth-related deaths will counterbalance the progress the United States has made in reducin...

Can Face Masks Prevent Coronavirus? Experts Say That Depends A new coronavirus outbreak, which originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan and has spread throughout Asia and globally, has prompted people around the...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’ – how to protect yourself from infection China is now saying saying coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’, which is why it is important to protect yourself, and minimising the risk of b...

Coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’ – how to protect yourself from infection China is now saying saying coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’, which is why it is important to protect yourself, and minimising the risk of b...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

U.S. tells citizens not to travel to China as virus toll tops 200 The U.S. government warned Americans not to travel to China as the death toll from a new coronavirus reached 213 on Friday and the World Health Organ...

New Emojis For 2020 Released: Foodies Rejoice For Flatbread, Bubble Tea 2020 New Emojis: Blueberries, peppers and olives are vegetables and fruits that will soon be made into emojis. Flatbread, tamale and bubble tea will ...

Trump Administration Unveils a Major Shift in Medicaid States will be able to cap a portion of spending for the safety-net program, a change likely to diminish the number of people receiving health benefi...

Coronavirus infections increase, flight carrying passengers from China set to arrive in UK A flight carrying 110 British and foreign nationals flew out of China on Friday and is expected to arrive at Royal Air Force Brize Norton in Oxfordsh...

Coronavirus in China prompts UNICEF to send country 6 tons of masks, suits UNICEF this week sent China 6 metric tons of supplies in a bid to help the country respond to the deadly coronavirus outbreak that’s killed some 213 ...

The 'fourth wave' of drug addiction: Surge in meth could bring drug overdose death rates back up A top Trump administration health official is worried that meth-related deaths will counterbalance the progress the United States has made in reducin...

Can Face Masks Prevent Coronavirus? Experts Say That Depends A new coronavirus outbreak, which originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan and has spread throughout Asia and globally, has prompted people around the...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

New coronavirus: How soon will a treatment be ready and will it work? Developing new therapies to treat the Wuhan coronavirus could take a year or more, but there are some existing drugs and experimental treatments that...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Coronavirus spread now a global emergency declares World Health Organization The rise in new coronavirus cases outside China, now constitutes a global health emergency, the World Health Organization’s Emergency Committee decla...

As Other Democrats Feud, Bloomberg Hammers Trump on Health Care While the presidential candidates argue about each other’s health plans, Michael Bloomberg’s ads have attacked the president over pre-existing condit...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

U.S. tells citizens not to travel to China as virus toll tops 200 The U.S. government warned Americans not to travel to China as the death toll from a new coronavirus reached 213 on Friday and the World Health Organ...

New Emojis For 2020 Released: Foodies Rejoice For Flatbread, Bubble Tea 2020 New Emojis: Blueberries, peppers and olives are vegetables and fruits that will soon be made into emojis. Flatbread, tamale and bubble tea will ...

Trump Administration Unveils a Major Shift in Medicaid States will be able to cap a portion of spending for the safety-net program, a change likely to diminish the number of people receiving health benefi...

Coronavirus infections increase, flight carrying passengers from China set to arrive in UK A flight carrying 110 British and foreign nationals flew out of China on Friday and is expected to arrive at Royal Air Force Brize Norton in Oxfordsh...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

More Than 7,700 Cases of Coronavirus Recorded Worldwide Chinese officials have confirmed over 7,700 cases of the mysterious illness as foreign governments airlifted their citizens out of Wuhan, the outbrea...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

Viral Outbreaks Are Here to Stay. This is How Humans Will Fight Back The year of the rat is off to an ominous start. “We just stay home and don’t go out,” says Mr. Dong. The 33-year-old researcher, wh...

Fast action will be key to containing new coronavirus from China As the new virus that emerged in China spreads rapidly around the world, the reaction of national and international health agencies will be key to st...

New coronavirus: How soon will a treatment be ready and will it work? Developing new therapies to treat the Wuhan coronavirus could take a year or more, but there are some existing drugs and experimental treatments that...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Coronavirus spread now a global emergency declares World Health Organization The rise in new coronavirus cases outside China, now constitutes a global health emergency, the World Health Organization’s Emergency Committee decla...

As Other Democrats Feud, Bloomberg Hammers Trump on Health Care While the presidential candidates argue about each other’s health plans, Michael Bloomberg’s ads have attacked the president over pre-existing condit...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

Stepped-up efforts needed to combat pneumonia; save nearly nine million children’s lives Scaling up pneumonia-related interventions could save the lives of nearly nine million children during the course of the next decade, the United Nati...

Coronavirus Live Updates: China Now Has More Cases Than It Had of SARS Chinese officials confirmed over 6,000 cases of the mysterious illness as foreign governments airlifted their citizens out of Wuhan, the outbreak’s e...

Healthcare access has declined in past two decades, despite Obamacare: Study Financial access to healthcare services has declined over the past two decades, despite the implementation of Obamacare and other government insuranc...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

More Than 7,700 Cases of Coronavirus Recorded Worldwide Chinese officials have confirmed over 7,700 cases of the mysterious illness as foreign governments airlifted their citizens out of Wuhan, the outbrea...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

Viral Outbreaks Are Here to Stay. This is How Humans Will Fight Back The year of the rat is off to an ominous start. “We just stay home and don’t go out,” says Mr. Dong. The 33-year-old researcher, wh...

Fast action will be key to containing new coronavirus from China As the new virus that emerged in China spreads rapidly around the world, the reaction of national and international health agencies will be key to st...

Healthcare access has declined in past two decades, despite Obamacare: Study Financial access to healthcare services has declined over the past two decades, despite the implementation of Obamacare and other government insuranc...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

AI is being used to select embryos for women undergoing IVF An AI that selects embryos with the highest chance of resulting in a successful pregnancy has been used by thousands of women undergoing IVF in Austr...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

Stepped-up efforts needed to combat pneumonia; save nearly nine million children’s lives Scaling up pneumonia-related interventions could save the lives of nearly nine million children during the course of the next decade, the United Nati...

Coronavirus Live Updates: China Now Has More Cases Than It Had of SARS Chinese officials confirmed over 6,000 cases of the mysterious illness as foreign governments airlifted their citizens out of Wuhan, the outbreak’s e...

Healthcare access has declined in past two decades, despite Obamacare: Study Financial access to healthcare services has declined over the past two decades, despite the implementation of Obamacare and other government insuranc...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Coronavirus Live Updates: Cases Up Nearly 60%, as Airports Expand Screenings The number of known cases of the new virus rose by nearly 60 percent overnight. A shortage of test kits has led experts to warn that the real number ...

Boy, 10, who weighed 30st sheds 17st in amazing weight loss transformation Aria Permana has lost 17 stone after making international headlines in 2016 as a morbidly obese 10-year-old boy. The youngster's Instagram has shown ...

Healthcare access has declined in past two decades, despite Obamacare: Study Financial access to healthcare services has declined over the past two decades, despite the implementation of Obamacare and other government insuranc...

Man blasted for saying mums who don’t lose weight after childbirth cause divorces A gym buff criticised women with post-baby bodies. In a controversial video, he said mums who don't lose weight after childbirth are the reason for d...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

AI is being used to select embryos for women undergoing IVF An AI that selects embryos with the highest chance of resulting in a successful pregnancy has been used by thousands of women undergoing IVF in Austr...

Coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’ – how to protect yourself from infection China is now saying saying coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’, which is why it is important to protect yourself, and minimising the risk of b...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Coronavirus Live Updates: Cases Up Nearly 60%, as Airports Expand Screenings The number of known cases of the new virus rose by nearly 60 percent overnight. A shortage of test kits has led experts to warn that the real number ...

Boy, 10, who weighed 30st sheds 17st in amazing weight loss transformation Aria Permana has lost 17 stone after making international headlines in 2016 as a morbidly obese 10-year-old boy. The youngster's Instagram has shown ...

New York State Investigates Christian Health Cost-Sharing Affiliate Subpoenas have been issued to a company that solicits memberships for a health insurance alternative that offers no guarantees for covering medical b...

Coronavirus Live Updates: Alarm Grows as Death Toll Rises and Markets Tumble Health officials in the United States said more than 100 people were being evaluated for possible infection. Of the nearly 3,000 people who have cont...

Coronavirus Live Updates: Alarm Grows as Death Toll Rises and Markets Tumble Health officials in the United States said more than 100 people were being evaluated for possible infection. Of the nearly 3,000 people who have cont...

Can an N95 face mask protect you from catching the new coronavirus? Face masks are reportedly selling out across China, as people try to protect themselves from the new coronavirus. But in some cases, it may be danger...

End discrimination against women and children affected by leprosy Governments must put an end to the informal segregation and institutionalized neglect of hundreds of thousands of women and children affected by lepr...

Coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’ – how to protect yourself from infection China is now saying saying coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’, which is why it is important to protect yourself, and minimising the risk of b...

Watch: Turn Bengali Kosha Mangsho Into A Low-Fat Dish By Making Kosha Chicken (Recipe Video) The recipe gives a healthy twist to kosha mangsho and replaces mutton with low-fat chicken.This kosha chicken dish tastes as good as the traditional ...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’ – how to protect yourself from infection China is now saying saying coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’, which is why it is important to protect yourself, and minimising the risk of b...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Powerful House committee is latest to take stab at ‘surprise’ billing fix A new plan is at odds with a bipartisan deal struck last year to settle billing disputes that can leave patients on the hook for thousands of dollars...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Powerful House committee is latest to take stab at ‘surprise’ billing fix A new plan is at odds with a bipartisan deal struck last year to settle billing disputes that can leave patients on the hook for thousands of dollars...

Teens who use joints, bongs, concentrates more likely to keep using pot Researchers say that some pot products -- especially combustibles and concentrates, such as wax and budder -- are more likely to keep teens coming ba...

Coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’ – how to protect yourself from infection China is now saying saying coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’, which is why it is important to protect yourself, and minimising the risk of b...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

China's Li pledges medical reinforcements as virus toll hits 81 Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will "inspect and direct" efforts to control a virus outbreak in the central city of Wuhan and promised reinforcements, as...

New York State Investigates Christian Health Cost-Sharing Affiliate Subpoenas have been issued to a company that solicits memberships for a health insurance alternative that offers no guarantees for covering medical b...

Coronavirus Live Updates: Alarm Grows as Death Toll Rises and Markets Tumble Health officials in the United States said more than 100 people were being evaluated for possible infection. Of the nearly 3,000 people who have cont...

Coronavirus Live Updates: Alarm Grows as Death Toll Rises and Markets Tumble Health officials in the United States said more than 100 people were being evaluated for possible infection. Of the nearly 3,000 people who have cont...

Can an N95 face mask protect you from catching the new coronavirus? Face masks are reportedly selling out across China, as people try to protect themselves from the new coronavirus. But in some cases, it may be danger...

End discrimination against women and children affected by leprosy Governments must put an end to the informal segregation and institutionalized neglect of hundreds of thousands of women and children affected by lepr...

Coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’ – how to protect yourself from infection China is now saying saying coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’, which is why it is important to protect yourself, and minimising the risk of b...

Watch: Turn Bengali Kosha Mangsho Into A Low-Fat Dish By Making Kosha Chicken (Recipe Video) The recipe gives a healthy twist to kosha mangsho and replaces mutton with low-fat chicken.This kosha chicken dish tastes as good as the traditional ...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Hong Kong bans entry of visitors from China virus province Residents of China's Hubei province, where the new coronavirus outbreak was first reported, will be banned from entering Hong Kong from Monday as Chi...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Teens who use joints, bongs, concentrates more likely to keep using pot Researchers say that some pot products -- especially combustibles and concentrates, such as wax and budder -- are more likely to keep teens coming ba...

Powerful House committee is latest to take stab at ‘surprise’ billing fix A new plan is at odds with a bipartisan deal struck last year to settle billing disputes that can leave patients on the hook for thousands of dollars...

It takes a village to save a child For decades, pro-life activists have spoken passionately about the need to “change hearts and minds.” Overturning Roe v. Wade and passing state-level...

Powerful House committee is latest to take stab at ‘surprise’ billing fix A new plan is at odds with a bipartisan deal struck last year to settle billing disputes that can leave patients on the hook for thousands of dollars...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Powerful House committee is latest to take stab at ‘surprise’ billing fix A new plan is at odds with a bipartisan deal struck last year to settle billing disputes that can leave patients on the hook for thousands of dollars...

Teens who use joints, bongs, concentrates more likely to keep using pot Researchers say that some pot products -- especially combustibles and concentrates, such as wax and budder -- are more likely to keep teens coming ba...

Coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’ – how to protect yourself from infection China is now saying saying coronavirus ‘spreads before symptoms show’, which is why it is important to protect yourself, and minimising the risk of b...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

China's Li pledges medical reinforcements as virus toll hits 81 Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will "inspect and direct" efforts to control a virus outbreak in the central city of Wuhan and promised reinforcements, as...

Hong Kong bans entry of visitors from China virus province Residents of China's Hubei province, where the new coronavirus outbreak was first reported, will be banned from entering Hong Kong from Monday as Chi...

Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy. Importantly, the cancer did not re...

Teens who use joints, bongs, concentrates more likely to keep using pot Researchers say that some pot products -- especially combustibles and concentrates, such as wax and budder -- are more likely to keep teens coming ba...

Powerful House committee is latest to take stab at ‘surprise’ billing fix A new plan is at odds with a bipartisan deal struck last year to settle billing disputes that can leave patients on the hook for thousands of dollars...

It takes a village to save a child For decades, pro-life activists have spoken passionately about the need to “change hearts and minds.” Overturning Roe v. Wade and passing state-level...

Xi says China faces 'grave situation' as virus death toll hits 42 President Xi Jinping said China was facing a "grave situation" as the death toll from the coronavirus outbreak jumped to 42, overshadowing celebratio...

Health experts want 9pm watershed on junk food ads to prevent obesity in kids Health experts wan a 9pm watershed on junk food ads after the World Cancer Research Fund said countries including the UK are failing to protect child...

Coronavirus: 41 dead and 1,300 infected as Canada reports 1st case Canada announced its first case of the Coronavirus on Saturday, adding to an outbreak that has already claimed the lives of 41 people and sickened at...

China virus toll hits 41; Australia reports first four cases The death toll from China's coronavirus outbreak jumped on Saturday to 41 from 26 a day earlier as the Lunar New Year got off to a gloomy start, with...

Health experts want 9pm watershed on junk food ads to prevent obesity in kids Health experts wan a 9pm watershed on junk food ads after the World Cancer Research Fund said countries including the UK are failing to protect child...

Powerful House committee is latest to take stab at ‘surprise’ billing fix A new plan is at odds with a bipartisan deal struck last year to settle billing disputes that can leave patients on the hook for thousands of dollars...

Trump Administration Threatens California Over Abortion If the state doesn’t stop requiring private insurers to cover abortions, the administration said it will cut off federal funding for certain health p...

Coronavirus death toll rises to 41 in China, more than 1,200 sickened The death toll from the coronavirus that began in China and since has spread to several other countries, including the United States, rose to 41 whil...

New Trump Rule Requires U.S. Officials to Weigh Pregnant Visa Applicants’ Medical Needs The Trump administration issued a new rule on Thursday instructing United States consular officials to deny pregnant women visas unless they can prov...

Xi says China faces 'grave situation' as virus death toll hits 42 President Xi Jinping said China was facing a "grave situation" as the death toll from the coronavirus outbreak jumped to 42, overshadowing celebratio...

Health experts want 9pm watershed on junk food ads to prevent obesity in kids Health experts wan a 9pm watershed on junk food ads after the World Cancer Research Fund said countries including the UK are failing to protect child...

Coronavirus: 41 dead and 1,300 infected as Canada reports 1st case Canada announced its first case of the Coronavirus on Saturday, adding to an outbreak that has already claimed the lives of 41 people and sickened at...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

'Pro-life is pro-woman': Anti-abortion activists fight 'anti-woman' caricature Abortion opponents are rallying behind the theme "Life Empowers: Pro-Life Is Pro-Woman" at this year's March for Life, a chant intended to flip the s...

Trump Administration Threatens California Over Abortion If the state doesn’t stop requiring private insurers to cover abortions, the administration said it will cut off federal funding for certain health p...

Powerful House committee is latest to take stab at ‘surprise’ billing fix A new plan is at odds with a bipartisan deal struck last year to settle billing disputes that can leave patients on the hook for thousands of dollars...

Health experts want 9pm watershed on junk food ads to prevent obesity in kids Health experts wan a 9pm watershed on junk food ads after the World Cancer Research Fund said countries including the UK are failing to protect child...

Teens who use joints, bongs, concentrates more likely to keep using pot Researchers say that some pot products -- especially combustibles and concentrates, such as wax and budder -- are more likely to keep teens coming ba...

Republic Day 2020: Make Tri-Colour Achaari Panner Tikka To Celebrate The Occasion With Aplomb Make sure to include a paneer-based snack in your appetiser spread this Republic Day. This paneer snack is not an ordinary one; it's a Republic Day-s...

China virus toll hits 41; Australia reports first four cases The death toll from China's coronavirus outbreak jumped on Saturday to 41 from 26 a day earlier as the Lunar New Year got off to a gloomy start, with...

Health experts want 9pm watershed on junk food ads to prevent obesity in kids Health experts wan a 9pm watershed on junk food ads after the World Cancer Research Fund said countries including the UK are failing to protect child...

Powerful House committee is latest to take stab at ‘surprise’ billing fix A new plan is at odds with a bipartisan deal struck last year to settle billing disputes that can leave patients on the hook for thousands of dollars...

Trump Administration Threatens California Over Abortion If the state doesn’t stop requiring private insurers to cover abortions, the administration said it will cut off federal funding for certain health p...

Coronavirus death toll rises to 41 in China, more than 1,200 sickened The death toll from the coronavirus that began in China and since has spread to several other countries, including the United States, rose to 41 whil...

New Trump Rule Requires U.S. Officials to Weigh Pregnant Visa Applicants’ Medical Needs The Trump administration issued a new rule on Thursday instructing United States consular officials to deny pregnant women visas unless they can prov...

Woman reportedly bragged about using medicine to lower temperature at airport’s coronavirus screening As the number of coronavirus patients increases, doctors are noticing some infected with the virus have little or no fever, a fact that could complic...

New York State Investigates Christian Health Cost-Sharing Affiliate Subpoenas have been issued to a company that solicits memberships for a health insurance alternative that offers no guarantees for covering medical b...

First suspected cases of the Wuhan coronavirus in the UK Three people are being tested in Edinburgh, UK, for the new coronavirus that first emerged in Wuhan, China, and a fourth possible case is suspected i...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Low-dose aspirin may reduce risk for pre-term birth in first-time mothers First-time mothers may be able to reduce their risk for delivering pre-term by taking low-dose aspirin, a new study by researchers at the National In...

Catnip: What do we know about the feline drug? Catnip is the most famous stimulant for cats. How does it work, why does it not affect all cats, and are there any catnip alternatives? We investigat...

Catnip: What do we know about the feline drug? Catnip is the most famous stimulant for cats. How does it work, why does it not affect all cats, and are there any catnip alternatives? We investigat...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

'Pro-life is pro-woman': Anti-abortion activists fight 'anti-woman' caricature Abortion opponents are rallying behind the theme "Life Empowers: Pro-Life Is Pro-Woman" at this year's March for Life, a chant intended to flip the s...

Trump Administration Threatens California Over Abortion If the state doesn’t stop requiring private insurers to cover abortions, the administration said it will cut off federal funding for certain health p...

Powerful House committee is latest to take stab at ‘surprise’ billing fix A new plan is at odds with a bipartisan deal struck last year to settle billing disputes that can leave patients on the hook for thousands of dollars...

Health experts want 9pm watershed on junk food ads to prevent obesity in kids Health experts wan a 9pm watershed on junk food ads after the World Cancer Research Fund said countries including the UK are failing to protect child...

Teens who use joints, bongs, concentrates more likely to keep using pot Researchers say that some pot products -- especially combustibles and concentrates, such as wax and budder -- are more likely to keep teens coming ba...

Republic Day 2020: Make Tri-Colour Achaari Panner Tikka To Celebrate The Occasion With Aplomb Make sure to include a paneer-based snack in your appetiser spread this Republic Day. This paneer snack is not an ordinary one; it's a Republic Day-s...

TK's Oriental Grill, Hyatt Regency Delhi, Celebrated 25th Anniversary To mark the special milestone of completing 25 years, TKs celebrated its 25-year-old heirloom recipes that have been passed down year after year, but...

Health experts want 9pm watershed on junk food ads to prevent obesity in kids Health experts wan a 9pm watershed on junk food ads after the World Cancer Research Fund said countries including the UK are failing to protect child...

Coronavirus: ‘An emergency in China, but not yet a global health emergency’ The head of the UN health agency, WHO (World Health Organization), declared on Thursday that the respiratory disease Novel Coronavirus, is not yet an...

Catnip: What do we know about the feline drug? Catnip is the most famous stimulant for cats. How does it work, why does it not affect all cats, and are there any catnip alternatives? We investigat...

Flights Into the U.S. Are Not Yet Being Rerouted for Coronavirus Screening, CDC Says Days after officials from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that all travelers from Wuhan, China would be “fu...

Health experts want 9pm watershed on junk food ads to prevent obesity in kids Health experts wan a 9pm watershed on junk food ads after the World Cancer Research Fund said countries including the UK are failing to protect child...

Flights Into the U.S. Are Not Yet Being Rerouted for Coronavirus Screening, CDC Says Days after officials from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that all travelers from Wuhan, China would be “fu...

Surgeon General Says ‘Shocking’ Portion of People Aren’t Told to Stop Smoking In a new report, he cited a number of helpful smoking cessation methods but said that e-cigarettes haven’t yet been proven to be an effective method....

Woman reportedly bragged about using medicine to lower temperature at airport’s coronavirus screening As the number of coronavirus patients increases, doctors are noticing some infected with the virus have little or no fever, a fact that could complic...

New York State Investigates Christian Health Cost-Sharing Affiliate Subpoenas have been issued to a company that solicits memberships for a health insurance alternative that offers no guarantees for covering medical b...

First suspected cases of the Wuhan coronavirus in the UK Three people are being tested in Edinburgh, UK, for the new coronavirus that first emerged in Wuhan, China, and a fourth possible case is suspected i...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Low-dose aspirin may reduce risk for pre-term birth in first-time mothers First-time mothers may be able to reduce their risk for delivering pre-term by taking low-dose aspirin, a new study by researchers at the National In...

Catnip: What do we know about the feline drug? Catnip is the most famous stimulant for cats. How does it work, why does it not affect all cats, and are there any catnip alternatives? We investigat...

Catnip: What do we know about the feline drug? Catnip is the most famous stimulant for cats. How does it work, why does it not affect all cats, and are there any catnip alternatives? We investigat...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Traumatic experiences boost the effect of depression-linked genes Experiencing trauma seems to alter the way genes for depression are expressed. The vulnerable genes may also help us identify people who might benefi...

The Global Mental Health Crisis Requires a Worldwide Investment, Advocates Say on TIME Davos Panel Mental health issues affect billions of people across every corner of the globe, touching every community and every family, and mounting evidence sho...

How to test for coronavirus: Company 'rapidly' developing new tools The coronavirus outbreak in China is closely related to other strains including MERS and SARS, making accurate diagnostic tools crucial in detecting ...

TK's Oriental Grill, Hyatt Regency Delhi, Celebrated 25th Anniversary To mark the special milestone of completing 25 years, TKs celebrated its 25-year-old heirloom recipes that have been passed down year after year, but...

TK's Oriental Grill, Hyatt Regency Delhi, Celebrated 25th Anniversary To mark the special milestone of completing 25 years, TKs celebrated its 25-year-old heirloom recipes that have been passed down year after year, but...

Health experts want 9pm watershed on junk food ads to prevent obesity in kids Health experts wan a 9pm watershed on junk food ads after the World Cancer Research Fund said countries including the UK are failing to protect child...

Coronavirus: ‘An emergency in China, but not yet a global health emergency’ The head of the UN health agency, WHO (World Health Organization), declared on Thursday that the respiratory disease Novel Coronavirus, is not yet an...

Catnip: What do we know about the feline drug? Catnip is the most famous stimulant for cats. How does it work, why does it not affect all cats, and are there any catnip alternatives? We investigat...

Flights Into the U.S. Are Not Yet Being Rerouted for Coronavirus Screening, CDC Says Days after officials from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that all travelers from Wuhan, China would be “fu...

Health experts want 9pm watershed on junk food ads to prevent obesity in kids Health experts wan a 9pm watershed on junk food ads after the World Cancer Research Fund said countries including the UK are failing to protect child...

Flights Into the U.S. Are Not Yet Being Rerouted for Coronavirus Screening, CDC Says Days after officials from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that all travelers from Wuhan, China would be “fu...

Surgeon General Says ‘Shocking’ Portion of People Aren’t Told to Stop Smoking In a new report, he cited a number of helpful smoking cessation methods but said that e-cigarettes haven’t yet been proven to be an effective method....

Catnip: What do we know about the feline drug? Catnip is the most famous stimulant for cats. How does it work, why does it not affect all cats, and are there any catnip alternatives? We investigat...

UN health emergency committee to re-convene on global threat posed by China coronavirus Experts convened in Geneva by the World Health Organization (WHO) will meet again on Thursday to determine whether novel coronavirus is a Public Heal...

Catnip: What do we know about the feline drug? Catnip is the most famous stimulant for cats. How does it work, why does it not affect all cats, and are there any catnip alternatives? We investigat...

Relieving Stress To Improving Sleep: 10 Health Benefits Of Nutmeg Oil Nutmeg oil is an essential oil derived through the distillation process, and this concoction is useful in treating a number of illnesses and ailments...

Traumatic experiences boost the effect of depression-linked genes Experiencing trauma seems to alter the way genes for depression are expressed. The vulnerable genes may also help us identify people who might benefi...

The Global Mental Health Crisis Requires a Worldwide Investment, Advocates Say on TIME Davos Panel Mental health issues affect billions of people across every corner of the globe, touching every community and every family, and mounting evidence sho...

How to test for coronavirus: Company 'rapidly' developing new tools The coronavirus outbreak in China is closely related to other strains including MERS and SARS, making accurate diagnostic tools crucial in detecting ...

TK's Oriental Grill, Hyatt Regency Delhi, Celebrated 25th Anniversary To mark the special milestone of completing 25 years, TKs celebrated its 25-year-old heirloom recipes that have been passed down year after year, but...

Walking for weight loss: Why walking is better for metabolism than going to the gym Walking for weight loss is a free way to exercise while also improving your general health. Here a professor explains why walking is better for your ...

These are the names to watch as China coronavirus takes down travel stocks China's coronavirus outbreak weighs on travel stocks as world health experts prepare to determine if the pneumonia-like disease constitutes a global ...

Kentucky mom diagnosed with skin cancer, left with massive scar after using tanning beds for years A mom is warning others about the dangers of tanning beds after she developed skin cancer and was left with a 4-inch scar on her forehead as a result...

Chinese authorities to cut off city of 11 million to contain coronavirus Chinese officials will cut off the city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak that has affected hundreds of people in several countries...

Catnip: What do we know about the feline drug? Catnip is the most famous stimulant for cats. How does it work, why does it not affect all cats, and are there any catnip alternatives? We investigat...

UN health emergency committee to re-convene on global threat posed by China coronavirus Experts convened in Geneva by the World Health Organization (WHO) will meet again on Thursday to determine whether novel coronavirus is a Public Heal...

Catnip: What do we know about the feline drug? Catnip is the most famous stimulant for cats. How does it work, why does it not affect all cats, and are there any catnip alternatives? We investigat...

Relieving Stress To Improving Sleep: 10 Health Benefits Of Nutmeg Oil Nutmeg oil is an essential oil derived through the distillation process, and this concoction is useful in treating a number of illnesses and ailments...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Quebec will comply with ruling that struck down assisted death provisions The Quebec government says it will comply with a court decision striking down parts of the federal and provincial laws on medically assisted death th...

Powerful House committee is latest to take stab at ‘surprise’ billing fix A new plan is at odds with a bipartisan deal struck last year to settle billing disputes that can leave patients on the hook for thousands of dollars...

Walking for weight loss: Why walking is better for metabolism than going to the gym Walking for weight loss is a free way to exercise while also improving your general health. Here a professor explains why walking is better for your ...

What is coronavirus? Symptoms of deadly Wuhan virus to look out for Officials are warning the deadly coronavirus could spread across the globe. But what is the Wuhan coronavirus? Here are the symptoms and signs to wat...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

New York State Investigates Christian Health Cost-Sharing Affiliate Subpoenas have been issued to a company that solicits memberships for a health insurance alternative that offers no guarantees for covering medical b...

Walking for weight loss: Why walking is better for metabolism than going to the gym Walking for weight loss is a free way to exercise while also improving your general health. Here a professor explains why walking is better for your ...

These are the names to watch as China coronavirus takes down travel stocks China's coronavirus outbreak weighs on travel stocks as world health experts prepare to determine if the pneumonia-like disease constitutes a global ...

Kentucky mom diagnosed with skin cancer, left with massive scar after using tanning beds for years A mom is warning others about the dangers of tanning beds after she developed skin cancer and was left with a 4-inch scar on her forehead as a result...

Chinese authorities to cut off city of 11 million to contain coronavirus Chinese officials will cut off the city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak that has affected hundreds of people in several countries...

Alabama girl, 4, who lost fingers to exploding light bulb gets prosthetic hand: 'It's changed her life' Nearly two years ago, in May 2018, a curious Athens, Alabama girl was inspecting the bright light bulbs on her mother’s light-up vanity. A split seco...

Shares of Chinese drugmakers and face mask firms jump as pneumonia concerns mount Shares of Chinese drugmakers and face mask firms surged on Monday morning trade amid rising concerns over an outbreak of coronavirus spreading to mor...

Veteran suicide rates remain alarmingly high despite years of reform The issue of veteran suicides has long plagued the nation and been a bipartisan cause for concern. But why is that the numbers remain so alarmingly h...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Quebec will comply with ruling that struck down assisted death provisions The Quebec government says it will comply with a court decision striking down parts of the federal and provincial laws on medically assisted death th...

Powerful House committee is latest to take stab at ‘surprise’ billing fix A new plan is at odds with a bipartisan deal struck last year to settle billing disputes that can leave patients on the hook for thousands of dollars...

Walking for weight loss: Why walking is better for metabolism than going to the gym Walking for weight loss is a free way to exercise while also improving your general health. Here a professor explains why walking is better for your ...

What is coronavirus? Symptoms of deadly Wuhan virus to look out for Officials are warning the deadly coronavirus could spread across the globe. But what is the Wuhan coronavirus? Here are the symptoms and signs to wat...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

New York State Investigates Christian Health Cost-Sharing Affiliate Subpoenas have been issued to a company that solicits memberships for a health insurance alternative that offers no guarantees for covering medical b...

Shares of Chinese drugmakers and face mask firms jump as pneumonia concerns mount Shares of Chinese drugmakers and face mask firms surged on Monday morning trade amid rising concerns over an outbreak of coronavirus spreading to mor...

Smokers who quit one month before surgery reap benefits: UN health agency Tobacco smokers who quit at least four weeks before undergoing surgery not only have a lower risk of complications, but also show better results six ...

China confirms new coronavirus transmitted by human-to-human contact President Xi Jinping said curbing the outbreak and saving lives was a top priority as the number of patients more than tripled and a third person die...

Doctors want to take sperm from dead men to plug donation shortage Academics have suggested taking the sperm of dead men using electric shocks on prostates is 'ethically permissible' on the grounds that it would help...

China confirms new coronavirus transmitted by human-to-human contact President Xi Jinping said curbing the outbreak and saving lives was a top priority as the number of patients more than tripled and a third person die...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Sixth person dies from new coronavirus, Chinese health authorities say Officials confirmed that the new mystery virus can spread between humans and said 15 medical staff have now been infected, stoking fears about an int...

Sixth person dies from new coronavirus, Chinese health authorities say Officials confirmed that the new mystery virus can spread between humans and said 15 medical staff have now been infected, stoking fears about an int...

Alabama girl, 4, who lost fingers to exploding light bulb gets prosthetic hand: 'It's changed her life' Nearly two years ago, in May 2018, a curious Athens, Alabama girl was inspecting the bright light bulbs on her mother’s light-up vanity. A split seco...

Shares of Chinese drugmakers and face mask firms jump as pneumonia concerns mount Shares of Chinese drugmakers and face mask firms surged on Monday morning trade amid rising concerns over an outbreak of coronavirus spreading to mor...

Veteran suicide rates remain alarmingly high despite years of reform The issue of veteran suicides has long plagued the nation and been a bipartisan cause for concern. But why is that the numbers remain so alarmingly h...

What to eat to stay well during flu season, according to doctors Two doctors tell us which fruit and vegetables we should be adding to our daily diet as flu season hits - plus, the perfect immune-boosting smoothie ...

Chinese officials identify 4 more cases of viral pneumonia The latest cases bring to 45 the number of people who have contracted the illness, the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission said Saturday. Five are in s...

Woman diagnosed with tennis ball-sized brain tumor after being told she had mental illness A British woman says she was diagnosed with a tennis ball-sized brain tumor after long suffering from migraine and psychosis — symptoms doctors repor...

China confirms new coronavirus transmitted by human-to-human contact President Xi Jinping said curbing the outbreak and saving lives was a top priority as the number of patients more than tripled and a third person die...

Virus spreads to more Chinese cities, President Xi says containment is priority An outbreak of a new coronavirus has spread to more Chinese cities, including the capital Beijing and Shanghai, authorities said on Monday, and a fou...

Human-to-Human Transmission Confirmed in China Coronavirus BEIJING — The head of a Chinese government expert team said Monday that human-to-human transmission has been confirmed in an outbreak of a new ...

ICU death rate higher in hospitals primarily serving minorities (Reuters Health) - Death rates have been declining for critically ill patients in intensive care units (ICUs), but a new U.S. study suggests gains ha...

Shares of Chinese drugmakers and face mask firms jump as pneumonia concerns mount Shares of Chinese drugmakers and face mask firms surged on Monday morning trade amid rising concerns over an outbreak of coronavirus spreading to mor...

Smokers who quit one month before surgery reap benefits: UN health agency Tobacco smokers who quit at least four weeks before undergoing surgery not only have a lower risk of complications, but also show better results six ...

China confirms new coronavirus transmitted by human-to-human contact President Xi Jinping said curbing the outbreak and saving lives was a top priority as the number of patients more than tripled and a third person die...

Doctors want to take sperm from dead men to plug donation shortage Academics have suggested taking the sperm of dead men using electric shocks on prostates is 'ethically permissible' on the grounds that it would help...

China confirms new coronavirus transmitted by human-to-human contact President Xi Jinping said curbing the outbreak and saving lives was a top priority as the number of patients more than tripled and a third person die...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Sixth person dies from new coronavirus, Chinese health authorities say Officials confirmed that the new mystery virus can spread between humans and said 15 medical staff have now been infected, stoking fears about an int...

Sixth person dies from new coronavirus, Chinese health authorities say Officials confirmed that the new mystery virus can spread between humans and said 15 medical staff have now been infected, stoking fears about an int...

Y chromosome may expose men to greater cancer risk, study finds Researchers found that loss of function in certain genes of the sex-determining Y chromosome, which is present only in men, may cause them to have an...

Powerful House committee is latest to take stab at ‘surprise’ billing fix A new plan is at odds with a bipartisan deal struck last year to settle billing disputes that can leave patients on the hook for thousands of dollars...

CDC backs off recommendation that everyone consider giving up vaping The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have backed away from its broad recommendation that anyone who uses e-cigarettes of any kind should co...

What to eat to stay well during flu season, according to doctors Two doctors tell us which fruit and vegetables we should be adding to our daily diet as flu season hits - plus, the perfect immune-boosting smoothie ...

Chinese officials identify 4 more cases of viral pneumonia The latest cases bring to 45 the number of people who have contracted the illness, the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission said Saturday. Five are in s...

Woman diagnosed with tennis ball-sized brain tumor after being told she had mental illness A British woman says she was diagnosed with a tennis ball-sized brain tumor after long suffering from migraine and psychosis — symptoms doctors repor...

China confirms new coronavirus transmitted by human-to-human contact President Xi Jinping said curbing the outbreak and saving lives was a top priority as the number of patients more than tripled and a third person die...

Virus spreads to more Chinese cities, President Xi says containment is priority An outbreak of a new coronavirus has spread to more Chinese cities, including the capital Beijing and Shanghai, authorities said on Monday, and a fou...

Human-to-Human Transmission Confirmed in China Coronavirus BEIJING — The head of a Chinese government expert team said Monday that human-to-human transmission has been confirmed in an outbreak of a new ...

ICU death rate higher in hospitals primarily serving minorities (Reuters Health) - Death rates have been declining for critically ill patients in intensive care units (ICUs), but a new U.S. study suggests gains ha...

Overwhelmed by Medical Bills, and Finding Help on TikTok In a video last month, a North Carolina woman shared a tip about battling “stupid charges.” Thousands responded — some in gratitude, others to commis...

Five jaw-dropping weight loss transformations that will make you want to hit the gym Whether it's losing 42st, becoming a fashion model or getting off benefits, these five super-slimmers have had some of the most dramatic transformati...

CDC backs off recommendation that everyone consider giving up vaping The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have backed away from its broad recommendation that anyone who uses e-cigarettes of any kind should co...

What to eat to stay well during flu season, according to doctors Two doctors tell us which fruit and vegetables we should be adding to our daily diet as flu season hits - plus, the perfect immune-boosting smoothie ...

The Goop Lab on Netflix shows how easy it is to fall for bad science Instead of turning off Gwyneth Paltrow’s new alternative health Netflix series The Goop Lab, we should watch it for lessons in how to spot bad scienc...

Y chromosome may expose men to greater cancer risk, study finds Researchers found that loss of function in certain genes of the sex-determining Y chromosome, which is present only in men, may cause them to have an...

Powerful House committee is latest to take stab at ‘surprise’ billing fix A new plan is at odds with a bipartisan deal struck last year to settle billing disputes that can leave patients on the hook for thousands of dollars...

CDC backs off recommendation that everyone consider giving up vaping The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have backed away from its broad recommendation that anyone who uses e-cigarettes of any kind should co...

China reports 17 more cases of new virus strain China reported 17 more cases of pneumonia caused by a new coronavirus strain on Sunday, stoking worries as the country gears up to celebrate Chinese ...

How to survive the toddler years: Child development expert weighs in From how to tame a temper tantrum to ways to avoid sibling rivalry, psychologists and child development expert Dr. Gail Gross breaks down the most co...

Y chromosome may expose men to greater cancer risk, study finds Researchers found that loss of function in certain genes of the sex-determining Y chromosome, which is present only in men, may cause them to have an...

Five jaw-dropping weight loss transformations that will make you want to hit the gym Whether it's losing 42st, becoming a fashion model or getting off benefits, these five super-slimmers have had some of the most dramatic transformati...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Overwhelmed by Medical Bills, and Finding Help on TikTok In a video last month, a North Carolina woman shared a tip about battling “stupid charges.” Thousands responded — some in gratitude, others to commis...

New York State Investigates Christian Health Cost-Sharing Affiliate Subpoenas have been issued to a company that solicits memberships for a health insurance alternative that offers no guarantees for covering medical b...

China says 17 new cases in virus outbreak, Wuhan to restrict large gatherings China said on Sunday that 17 more people had become infected with a new coronavirus strain, fanning fears it will spread further as hundreds of milli...

How to survive the toddler years: Child development expert weighs in From how to tame a temper tantrum to ways to avoid sibling rivalry, psychologists and child development expert Dr. Gail Gross breaks down the most co...

Overwhelmed by Medical Bills, and Finding Help on TikTok In a video last month, a North Carolina woman shared a tip about battling “stupid charges.” Thousands responded — some in gratitude, others to commis...

Five jaw-dropping weight loss transformations that will make you want to hit the gym Whether it's losing 42st, becoming a fashion model or getting off benefits, these five super-slimmers have had some of the most dramatic transformati...

CDC backs off recommendation that everyone consider giving up vaping The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have backed away from its broad recommendation that anyone who uses e-cigarettes of any kind should co...

What to eat to stay well during flu season, according to doctors Two doctors tell us which fruit and vegetables we should be adding to our daily diet as flu season hits - plus, the perfect immune-boosting smoothie ...

The Goop Lab on Netflix shows how easy it is to fall for bad science Instead of turning off Gwyneth Paltrow’s new alternative health Netflix series The Goop Lab, we should watch it for lessons in how to spot bad scienc...

Supreme Court to hear Trump appeal in Obamacare contraception fight The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday took up an appeal by President Donald Trump's administration seeking to enforce new federal rules allowing employers...

CDC backs off recommendation that everyone consider giving up vaping The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have backed away from its broad recommendation that anyone who uses e-cigarettes of any kind should co...

Shedding New Light On the Silent Crisis From our partner Kaiser Permanente. There is a silent epidemic. Globally, in increasing numbers, young people are facing mental-health issues. Depres...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Urgent need for ‘immediate’ solutions to combat drug-resistant infections, warns WHO Drug-resistant infections are on the rise as private investment in new antibiotic development declines, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on F...

China reports 17 more cases of new virus strain China reported 17 more cases of pneumonia caused by a new coronavirus strain on Sunday, stoking worries as the country gears up to celebrate Chinese ...

How to survive the toddler years: Child development expert weighs in From how to tame a temper tantrum to ways to avoid sibling rivalry, psychologists and child development expert Dr. Gail Gross breaks down the most co...

Y chromosome may expose men to greater cancer risk, study finds Researchers found that loss of function in certain genes of the sex-determining Y chromosome, which is present only in men, may cause them to have an...

Five jaw-dropping weight loss transformations that will make you want to hit the gym Whether it's losing 42st, becoming a fashion model or getting off benefits, these five super-slimmers have had some of the most dramatic transformati...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Overwhelmed by Medical Bills, and Finding Help on TikTok In a video last month, a North Carolina woman shared a tip about battling “stupid charges.” Thousands responded — some in gratitude, others to commis...

New York State Investigates Christian Health Cost-Sharing Affiliate Subpoenas have been issued to a company that solicits memberships for a health insurance alternative that offers no guarantees for covering medical b...

China says 17 new cases in virus outbreak, Wuhan to restrict large gatherings China said on Sunday that 17 more people had become infected with a new coronavirus strain, fanning fears it will spread further as hundreds of milli...

How to survive the toddler years: Child development expert weighs in From how to tame a temper tantrum to ways to avoid sibling rivalry, psychologists and child development expert Dr. Gail Gross breaks down the most co...

CDC backs off recommendation that everyone consider giving up vaping The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have backed away from its broad recommendation that anyone who uses e-cigarettes of any kind should co...

Eye exercises: Some tips and techniques Some people believe that certain eye exercises can help improve vision or treat eye conditions. There are a number of eye exercises a person can try....

The CDC and Homeland Security begin screening for Chinese Coronavirus at three major US airports as outbreak spreads in Asia Travelers on direct and indirect flights from Wuhan, China to international airports in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles will be screened for ...

The CDC and Homeland Security begin screening for Chinese Coronavirus at three major US airports as outbreak spreads in Asia Travelers on direct and indirect flights from Wuhan, China to international airports in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles will be screened for ...

Y chromosome may expose men to greater cancer risk, study finds Researchers found that loss of function in certain genes of the sex-determining Y chromosome, which is present only in men, may cause them to have an...

Indian Cooking Tips: This Easy Curd And Paneer Snack Is Sure To Impress Your Guests This is a great snack made with curd (dahi) and cottage cheese (paneer). The kurkuri dahi kebab is just what you need to much on; it's crispy on the ...

Five jaw-dropping weight loss transformations that will make you want to hit the gym Whether it's losing 42st, becoming a fashion model or getting off benefits, these five super-slimmers have had some of the most dramatic transformati...

Supreme Court to hear Trump appeal in Obamacare contraception fight The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday took up an appeal by President Donald Trump's administration seeking to enforce new federal rules allowing employers...

CDC backs off recommendation that everyone consider giving up vaping The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have backed away from its broad recommendation that anyone who uses e-cigarettes of any kind should co...

Shedding New Light On the Silent Crisis From our partner Kaiser Permanente. There is a silent epidemic. Globally, in increasing numbers, young people are facing mental-health issues. Depres...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

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U.S. to screen passengers for new China coronavirus at three airports The United States will begin screening at three major airports people coming from central Chinese city of Wuhan for the newly-identified coronavirus ...

Y chromosome may expose men to greater cancer risk, study finds Researchers found that loss of function in certain genes of the sex-determining Y chromosome, which is present only in men, may cause them to have an...

Urgent need for ‘immediate’ solutions to combat drug-resistant infections, warns WHO Drug-resistant infections are on the rise as private investment in new antibiotic development declines, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on F...

The CDC and Homeland Security begin screening for Chinese Coronavirus at three major US airports as outbreak spreads in Asia Travelers on direct and indirect flights from Wuhan, China to international airports in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles will be screened for ...

CDC backs off recommendation that everyone consider giving up vaping The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have backed away from its broad recommendation that anyone who uses e-cigarettes of any kind should co...

Eye exercises: Some tips and techniques Some people believe that certain eye exercises can help improve vision or treat eye conditions. There are a number of eye exercises a person can try....

The CDC and Homeland Security begin screening for Chinese Coronavirus at three major US airports as outbreak spreads in Asia Travelers on direct and indirect flights from Wuhan, China to international airports in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles will be screened for ...

The CDC and Homeland Security begin screening for Chinese Coronavirus at three major US airports as outbreak spreads in Asia Travelers on direct and indirect flights from Wuhan, China to international airports in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles will be screened for ...

Y chromosome may expose men to greater cancer risk, study finds Researchers found that loss of function in certain genes of the sex-determining Y chromosome, which is present only in men, may cause them to have an...

Indian Cooking Tips: This Easy Curd And Paneer Snack Is Sure To Impress Your Guests This is a great snack made with curd (dahi) and cottage cheese (paneer). The kurkuri dahi kebab is just what you need to much on; it's crispy on the ...

Five jaw-dropping weight loss transformations that will make you want to hit the gym Whether it's losing 42st, becoming a fashion model or getting off benefits, these five super-slimmers have had some of the most dramatic transformati...

Sepsis, the 'hidden killer,' may be responsible for 1 in 5 deaths worldwide, study shows Sepsis is likely responsible for one in five deaths worldwide -- more than cancer -- each year, according to a new study. These “alarming” figures ar...

How to lose weight fast: What is Ketosis? How does speed up weight loss? The keto diet is one of the best ways to lose weight fast. It helps your body reach a state of ketosis – but what is that? And how does it speed up w...

Sudan: Lives of traumatized, displaced women in West Darfur under threat Ongoing instability in Sudan’s West Darfur region has left the lives, health and safety of thousands of women hanging in the balance, according to th...

Rep. Ayanna Pressley Reveals Her Hair Loss as She Shares Her ‘Very Personal’ Alopecia Diagnosis In a moving interview with The Root, Massachusetts Rep. Ayanna Pressley opened up about living with alopecia and revealed that she has gone completel...

Can diet improve a person's vaginal health? Eating certain nutrients as part of a healthful diet may help keep the vagina healthy, prevent infections, or improve vaginal conditions. Learn more ...

Mumbai Eateries To Run 24x7; Twitter Celebrates According to reports in a leading daily, malls, restaurants, shops and multiplexes in Mumbai can now remain open 24x7, starting January 27. Netizens ...

Florida girl severely burned on arms, chest denies attempting 'fire challenge,' mom says The girl’s mother told a local news station that she’s not sure if her daughter was attempting the challenge, but that she knows she brought tea ligh...

Overwhelmed by Medical Bills, and Finding Help on TikTok In a video last month, a North Carolina woman shared a tip about battling “stupid charges.” Thousands responded — some in gratitude, others to commis...

Five jaw-dropping weight loss transformations that will make you want to hit the gym Whether it's losing 42st, becoming a fashion model or getting off benefits, these five super-slimmers have had some of the most dramatic transformati...

U.S. to screen passengers for new China coronavirus at three airports The United States will begin screening at three major airports people coming from central Chinese city of Wuhan for the newly-identified coronavirus ...

Y chromosome may expose men to greater cancer risk, study finds Researchers found that loss of function in certain genes of the sex-determining Y chromosome, which is present only in men, may cause them to have an...

Urgent need for ‘immediate’ solutions to combat drug-resistant infections, warns WHO Drug-resistant infections are on the rise as private investment in new antibiotic development declines, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on F...

The CDC and Homeland Security begin screening for Chinese Coronavirus at three major US airports as outbreak spreads in Asia Travelers on direct and indirect flights from Wuhan, China to international airports in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles will be screened for ...

This Year’s Flu Season Got Off to a Strange Start. What Does That Mean for the Months Ahead? Flu season is always unpredictable. Different viral strains circulate each year, which makes forecasting the disease’s spread—and formula...

Sepsis, the 'hidden killer,' may be responsible for 1 in 5 deaths worldwide, study shows Sepsis is likely responsible for one in five deaths worldwide -- more than cancer -- each year, according to a new study. These “alarming” figures ar...

First case of new China coronavirus confirmed in Japan: health ministry The man had been to the Chinese city of Wuhan, where there has been an outbreak of pneumonia believed to be caused by the new coronavirus strain, it ...

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Medicaid expansion could turn Kansas into the same welfare-state disaster as California The so-called “bipartisan” proposal to adopt Medicaid expansion in Kansas is certainly earning Gov. Laura Kelly major political points. The Democrat ...

Sepsis, the 'hidden killer,' may be responsible for 1 in 5 deaths worldwide, study shows Sepsis is likely responsible for one in five deaths worldwide -- more than cancer -- each year, according to a new study. These “alarming” figures ar...

Sepsis, the 'hidden killer,' may be responsible for 1 in 5 deaths worldwide, study shows Sepsis is likely responsible for one in five deaths worldwide -- more than cancer -- each year, according to a new study. These “alarming” figures ar...

How to lose weight fast: What is Ketosis? How does speed up weight loss? The keto diet is one of the best ways to lose weight fast. It helps your body reach a state of ketosis – but what is that? And how does it speed up w...

Sudan: Lives of traumatized, displaced women in West Darfur under threat Ongoing instability in Sudan’s West Darfur region has left the lives, health and safety of thousands of women hanging in the balance, according to th...

Rep. Ayanna Pressley Reveals Her Hair Loss as She Shares Her ‘Very Personal’ Alopecia Diagnosis In a moving interview with The Root, Massachusetts Rep. Ayanna Pressley opened up about living with alopecia and revealed that she has gone completel...

Can diet improve a person's vaginal health? Eating certain nutrients as part of a healthful diet may help keep the vagina healthy, prevent infections, or improve vaginal conditions. Learn more ...

Mumbai Eateries To Run 24x7; Twitter Celebrates According to reports in a leading daily, malls, restaurants, shops and multiplexes in Mumbai can now remain open 24x7, starting January 27. Netizens ...

Florida girl severely burned on arms, chest denies attempting 'fire challenge,' mom says The girl’s mother told a local news station that she’s not sure if her daughter was attempting the challenge, but that she knows she brought tea ligh...

Overwhelmed by Medical Bills, and Finding Help on TikTok In a video last month, a North Carolina woman shared a tip about battling “stupid charges.” Thousands responded — some in gratitude, others to commis...

How to lose weight fast: What is Ketosis? How does speed up weight loss? The keto diet is one of the best ways to lose weight fast. It helps your body reach a state of ketosis – but what is that? And how does it speed up w...

Sudan: Lives of traumatized, displaced women in West Darfur under threat Ongoing instability in Sudan’s West Darfur region has left the lives, health and safety of thousands of women hanging in the balance, according to th...

Bernie Sanders's healthcare deceptions Sen. Bernie Sanders has emerged as a legitimate threat to win the Democratic presidential nomination. Recent polling has shown him either leading or ...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

What to know about knee stiffness Knee stiffness can limit mobility and prevent a person from carrying out regular tasks and activities. Learn about the causes of knee stiffness and t...

What to know about knee stiffness Knee stiffness can limit mobility and prevent a person from carrying out regular tasks and activities. Learn about the causes of knee stiffness and t...

This Year’s Flu Season Got Off to a Strange Start. What Does That Mean for the Months Ahead? Flu season is always unpredictable. Different viral strains circulate each year, which makes forecasting the disease’s spread—and formula...

Sepsis, the 'hidden killer,' may be responsible for 1 in 5 deaths worldwide, study shows Sepsis is likely responsible for one in five deaths worldwide -- more than cancer -- each year, according to a new study. These “alarming” figures ar...

First case of new China coronavirus confirmed in Japan: health ministry The man had been to the Chinese city of Wuhan, where there has been an outbreak of pneumonia believed to be caused by the new coronavirus strain, it ...

Quick Winter Snacks: Here Are Some Paneer Snacks You Can Make In No Time Paneer snack is what you should aim for when you need something ready to be served, pronto. Here, we help you whip up quick paneer recipes that are d...

Medicaid expansion could turn Kansas into the same welfare-state disaster as California The so-called “bipartisan” proposal to adopt Medicaid expansion in Kansas is certainly earning Gov. Laura Kelly major political points. The Democrat ...

Sepsis, the 'hidden killer,' may be responsible for 1 in 5 deaths worldwide, study shows Sepsis is likely responsible for one in five deaths worldwide -- more than cancer -- each year, according to a new study. These “alarming” figures ar...

Injuries and Deaths Could Rise with Climate Change in the U.S., a New Study Finds An estimated 2,135 additional people could die every year in the United States as a result of climate change-related injuries like assaults, drowning...

Injuries and Deaths Could Rise with Climate Change in the U.S., a New Study Finds An estimated 2,135 additional people could die every year in the United States as a result of climate change-related injuries like assaults, drowning...

Women have steeper blood pressure increases over lifespan than men Blood pressure measures "actually progress more rapidly in women than in men" and begin early in life, perhaps placing women at risk for "later-life ...

Sudan: Lives of traumatized, displaced women in West Darfur under threat Ongoing instability in Sudan’s West Darfur region has left the lives, health and safety of thousands of women hanging in the balance, according to th...

Sudan: Lives of traumatized, displaced women in West Darfur under threat Ongoing instability in Sudan’s West Darfur region has left the lives, health and safety of thousands of women hanging in the balance, according to th...

How Moderna is using Amazon cloud to produce personalized cancer vaccines Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel said the biotech company is using the "software of life" to develop treatments for diseases, including one that can be a ...

Bernie Sanders's healthcare deceptions Sen. Bernie Sanders has emerged as a legitimate threat to win the Democratic presidential nomination. Recent polling has shown him either leading or ...

Women have steeper blood pressure increases over lifespan than men Blood pressure measures "actually progress more rapidly in women than in men" and begin early in life, perhaps placing women at risk for "later-life ...

How to lose weight fast: What is Ketosis? How does speed up weight loss? The keto diet is one of the best ways to lose weight fast. It helps your body reach a state of ketosis – but what is that? And how does it speed up w...

Sudan: Lives of traumatized, displaced women in West Darfur under threat Ongoing instability in Sudan’s West Darfur region has left the lives, health and safety of thousands of women hanging in the balance, according to th...

Bernie Sanders's healthcare deceptions Sen. Bernie Sanders has emerged as a legitimate threat to win the Democratic presidential nomination. Recent polling has shown him either leading or ...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

What to know about knee stiffness Knee stiffness can limit mobility and prevent a person from carrying out regular tasks and activities. Learn about the causes of knee stiffness and t...

What to know about knee stiffness Knee stiffness can limit mobility and prevent a person from carrying out regular tasks and activities. Learn about the causes of knee stiffness and t...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

Rare narcolepsy-linked disorder paralyzes teen when she laughs: ‘You have no control over your body’ A British teen reportedly suffers from a rare disorder that causes uncontrollable muscle paralysis when she exhibits strong emotions such as laughter...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

UN moves to tackle ‘hidden abuse’ and violence against Europe’s children Each year, at least 55 million children in Europe suffer some form of physical, sexual, emotional or psychological violence, the UN health agency (WH...

The healing process of a tongue piercing A tongue piercing usually has a long healing process with a high chance of infection. In this article, learn more about what to expect from the tongu...

Juul is halting sales of its fruit-flavored pods in Canada The company had already halted the sale of its flavors in the U.S. in November, excluding menthol, Virginia tobacco and classic tobacco, amid scrutin...

Injuries and Deaths Could Rise with Climate Change in the U.S., a New Study Finds An estimated 2,135 additional people could die every year in the United States as a result of climate change-related injuries like assaults, drowning...

Injuries and Deaths Could Rise with Climate Change in the U.S., a New Study Finds An estimated 2,135 additional people could die every year in the United States as a result of climate change-related injuries like assaults, drowning...

Women have steeper blood pressure increases over lifespan than men Blood pressure measures "actually progress more rapidly in women than in men" and begin early in life, perhaps placing women at risk for "later-life ...

Sudan: Lives of traumatized, displaced women in West Darfur under threat Ongoing instability in Sudan’s West Darfur region has left the lives, health and safety of thousands of women hanging in the balance, according to th...

Sudan: Lives of traumatized, displaced women in West Darfur under threat Ongoing instability in Sudan’s West Darfur region has left the lives, health and safety of thousands of women hanging in the balance, according to th...

How Moderna is using Amazon cloud to produce personalized cancer vaccines Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel said the biotech company is using the "software of life" to develop treatments for diseases, including one that can be a ...

Bernie Sanders's healthcare deceptions Sen. Bernie Sanders has emerged as a legitimate threat to win the Democratic presidential nomination. Recent polling has shown him either leading or ...

Women have steeper blood pressure increases over lifespan than men Blood pressure measures "actually progress more rapidly in women than in men" and begin early in life, perhaps placing women at risk for "later-life ...

Viral Now: A Photo Of Kiwi Pizza Disgusts The Internet And This Bollywood Celebrity Agrees A debate goes on between people who love pineapple-topped pizza and people who hate it. But now something disgusts them both equally - the kiwi pizza...

Rare narcolepsy-linked disorder paralyzes teen when she laughs: ‘You have no control over your body’ A British teen reportedly suffers from a rare disorder that causes uncontrollable muscle paralysis when she exhibits strong emotions such as laughter...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Less sex may bring on earlier menopause, researchers say A new study finds that women who report engaging in sexual activity weekly were 28 percent less likely to have experienced menopause at any given age...

U.S. warns citizens in China against pneumonia outbreak The U.S. State Department warned Americans in China about an outbreak of pneumonia in the central city of Wuhan believed to be caused by a new strain...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

Rare narcolepsy-linked disorder paralyzes teen when she laughs: ‘You have no control over your body’ A British teen reportedly suffers from a rare disorder that causes uncontrollable muscle paralysis when she exhibits strong emotions such as laughter...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

UN moves to tackle ‘hidden abuse’ and violence against Europe’s children Each year, at least 55 million children in Europe suffer some form of physical, sexual, emotional or psychological violence, the UN health agency (WH...

The healing process of a tongue piercing A tongue piercing usually has a long healing process with a high chance of infection. In this article, learn more about what to expect from the tongu...

Juul is halting sales of its fruit-flavored pods in Canada The company had already halted the sale of its flavors in the U.S. in November, excluding menthol, Virginia tobacco and classic tobacco, amid scrutin...

Novartis strikes deal with UK to provide cholesterol drug to high-risk patients The Swiss drugmaker will provide the drug to patients with atherosclerosis, a heart disease in which plaque builds up inside arteries and can lead to...

'Unluckiest man in the world' shares incredible 8st weight loss transformation Oliver Pugh, who labelled himself the “unluckiest man in the world” after a series of health problems, has unveiled his incredible weight loss transf...

Not getting the flu shot 'just not smart,' experts say Flu season is well underway -- with 10 million cases already reported -- but it's not too late to get vaccinated, experts say, as this year's vaccine...

Viral Now: A Photo Of Kiwi Pizza Disgusts The Internet And This Bollywood Celebrity Agrees A debate goes on between people who love pineapple-topped pizza and people who hate it. But now something disgusts them both equally - the kiwi pizza...

Rare narcolepsy-linked disorder paralyzes teen when she laughs: ‘You have no control over your body’ A British teen reportedly suffers from a rare disorder that causes uncontrollable muscle paralysis when she exhibits strong emotions such as laughter...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Less sex may bring on earlier menopause, researchers say A new study finds that women who report engaging in sexual activity weekly were 28 percent less likely to have experienced menopause at any given age...

U.S. warns citizens in China against pneumonia outbreak The U.S. State Department warned Americans in China about an outbreak of pneumonia in the central city of Wuhan believed to be caused by a new strain...

‘No shortcuts to a healthier world’: WHO chief sets out health priorities for the decade The head of the UN health agency, WHO, has set out his urgent global health challenges for the next ten years – designated the “Decade of Action” by ...

Mysterious viral pneumonia outbreak in China claims its first victim An outbreak of viral pneumonia that has sickened dozens in the Chinese city of Wuhan has killed at least one person, marking the first fatality since...

New York State Investigates Christian Health Cost-Sharing Affiliate Subpoenas have been issued to a company that solicits memberships for a health insurance alternative that offers no guarantees for covering medical b...

Novartis strikes deal with UK to provide cholesterol drug to high-risk patients The Swiss drugmaker will provide the drug to patients with atherosclerosis, a heart disease in which plaque builds up inside arteries and can lead to...

Machine seems to repair human livers and keep them alive for a week Donated human livers can be kept alive for seven days in a new machine. The device also seems to boost organ health and may enable more people to get...

Mysterious viral pneumonia outbreak in China claims its first victim An outbreak of viral pneumonia that has sickened dozens in the Chinese city of Wuhan has killed at least one person, marking the first fatality since...

Melanoma cells may develop new 'skin' to resist cancer treatments In a study published Monday in the journal Cancer Cell, the authors from Queen Mary University of London describe how melanoma cells fight anti-cance...

Philadelphia charity plans to open supervised opioid injection site despite federal opposition Despite strong opposition from the government, Philadelphia charity Safehouse intends to open a first-of-its-kind facility where people can inject op...

Novartis strikes deal with UK to provide cholesterol drug to high-risk patients The Swiss drugmaker will provide the drug to patients with atherosclerosis, a heart disease in which plaque builds up inside arteries and can lead to...

'Unluckiest man in the world' shares incredible 8st weight loss transformation Oliver Pugh, who labelled himself the “unluckiest man in the world” after a series of health problems, has unveiled his incredible weight loss transf...

Not getting the flu shot 'just not smart,' experts say Flu season is well underway -- with 10 million cases already reported -- but it's not too late to get vaccinated, experts say, as this year's vaccine...

Machine seems to repair human livers and keep them alive for a week Donated human livers can be kept alive for seven days in a new machine. The device also seems to boost organ health and may enable more people to get...

Federal government begins public consultations on medically assisted dying The Trudeau government is launching public consultations today on how best to respond to a court ruling that concluded it's unconstitutional to allow...

Cardiomyopathy: What to know Cardiomyopathy is a disease that involves a weakened heart muscle. The condition makes it difficult for the heart to pump blood throughout the body. ...

Thailand Confirms Traveler from China Hospitalized With New Form of Coronavirus, According to U.N. Officials (BANGKOK) — A Chinese visitor to Thailand has been confirmed to be infected with a new strain of coronavirus that has been linked to a pneumoni...

Thailand Confirms Traveler from China Hospitalized With New Form of Coronavirus, According to U.N. Officials (BANGKOK) — A Chinese visitor to Thailand has been confirmed to be infected with a new strain of coronavirus that has been linked to a pneumoni...

‘No shortcuts to a healthier world’: WHO chief sets out health priorities for the decade The head of the UN health agency, WHO, has set out his urgent global health challenges for the next ten years – designated the “Decade of Action” by ...

Mysterious viral pneumonia outbreak in China claims its first victim An outbreak of viral pneumonia that has sickened dozens in the Chinese city of Wuhan has killed at least one person, marking the first fatality since...

New York State Investigates Christian Health Cost-Sharing Affiliate Subpoenas have been issued to a company that solicits memberships for a health insurance alternative that offers no guarantees for covering medical b...

Novartis strikes deal with UK to provide cholesterol drug to high-risk patients The Swiss drugmaker will provide the drug to patients with atherosclerosis, a heart disease in which plaque builds up inside arteries and can lead to...

Machine seems to repair human livers and keep them alive for a week Donated human livers can be kept alive for seven days in a new machine. The device also seems to boost organ health and may enable more people to get...

Mysterious viral pneumonia outbreak in China claims its first victim An outbreak of viral pneumonia that has sickened dozens in the Chinese city of Wuhan has killed at least one person, marking the first fatality since...

Melanoma cells may develop new 'skin' to resist cancer treatments In a study published Monday in the journal Cancer Cell, the authors from Queen Mary University of London describe how melanoma cells fight anti-cance...

Philadelphia charity plans to open supervised opioid injection site despite federal opposition Despite strong opposition from the government, Philadelphia charity Safehouse intends to open a first-of-its-kind facility where people can inject op...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and, the art of stealing Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

These Patients Are Hard to Treat A study examined a popular approach that coordinated care for the most expensive patients, and found that the project did not reduce hospital admissi...

Just how safe are CBD products? Experts weigh in Companies are jumping at the chance to market CBD products like oils, cosmetics, tinctures, and vaporizer cartridges to consumers who are perhaps loo...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

China's Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods rival seeks funding in major growth push Zhenmeat is looking to raise around $2 million of funding this year as U.S. rivals, including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, hope to enter the Chi...

Federal government begins public consultations on medically assisted dying The Trudeau government is launching public consultations today on how best to respond to a court ruling that concluded it's unconstitutional to allow...

Machine seems to repair human livers and keep them alive for a week Donated human livers can be kept alive for seven days in a new machine. The device also seems to boost organ health and may enable more people to get...

Federal government begins public consultations on medically assisted dying The Trudeau government is launching public consultations today on how best to respond to a court ruling that concluded it's unconstitutional to allow...

Cardiomyopathy: What to know Cardiomyopathy is a disease that involves a weakened heart muscle. The condition makes it difficult for the heart to pump blood throughout the body. ...

Thailand Confirms Traveler from China Hospitalized With New Form of Coronavirus, According to U.N. Officials (BANGKOK) — A Chinese visitor to Thailand has been confirmed to be infected with a new strain of coronavirus that has been linked to a pneumoni...

Thailand Confirms Traveler from China Hospitalized With New Form of Coronavirus, According to U.N. Officials (BANGKOK) — A Chinese visitor to Thailand has been confirmed to be infected with a new strain of coronavirus that has been linked to a pneumoni...

'Unluckiest man in the world' shares incredible 8st weight loss transformation Oliver Pugh, who labelled himself the “unluckiest man in the world” after a series of health problems, has unveiled his incredible weight loss transf...

15-Year-Old Texas Teen’s Death Is Nation’s Youngest Vaping-Related Fatality in Current Outbreak The death of a 15-year-old in Texas marks what the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is calling the youngest vaping-related fatal...

15-Year-Old Texas Teen’s Death Is Nation’s Youngest Vaping-Related Fatality in Current Outbreak The death of a 15-year-old in Texas marks what the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is calling the youngest vaping-related fatal...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and, the art of stealing Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

These Patients Are Hard to Treat A study examined a popular approach that coordinated care for the most expensive patients, and found that the project did not reduce hospital admissi...

Just how safe are CBD products? Experts weigh in Companies are jumping at the chance to market CBD products like oils, cosmetics, tinctures, and vaporizer cartridges to consumers who are perhaps loo...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

China's Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods rival seeks funding in major growth push Zhenmeat is looking to raise around $2 million of funding this year as U.S. rivals, including Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, hope to enter the Chi...

Federal government begins public consultations on medically assisted dying The Trudeau government is launching public consultations today on how best to respond to a court ruling that concluded it's unconstitutional to allow...

23andMe has sold the rights to develop a drug based on its users’ DNA Consumer genomics firm 23andMe has signed its first deal to sell the rights to develop a new drug for inflammatory diseases to a pharmaceutical compa...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Trump administration asks Supreme Court not to rule on Obamacare ahead of election The Department of Justice doesn't want the Supreme Court to fast-track a case that could result in Obamacare being thrown out ahead of the presidenti...

Health-care companies use technology and data to boost primary care services From venture-backed start-ups to drug store retailers, there is a big push this year to use technology and data to supercharge the less glamorous sid...

U.S. Drinking Deaths Double in 2 Decades With Faster Rate for Women: Study Deaths from boozing and bingeing more than doubled in the past two decades, as alcohol consumption per person rose 8%, with sharp increases in the ra...

'Unluckiest man in the world' shares incredible 8st weight loss transformation Oliver Pugh, who labelled himself the “unluckiest man in the world” after a series of health problems, has unveiled his incredible weight loss transf...

15-Year-Old Texas Teen’s Death Is Nation’s Youngest Vaping-Related Fatality in Current Outbreak The death of a 15-year-old in Texas marks what the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is calling the youngest vaping-related fatal...

15-Year-Old Texas Teen’s Death Is Nation’s Youngest Vaping-Related Fatality in Current Outbreak The death of a 15-year-old in Texas marks what the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is calling the youngest vaping-related fatal...

'Unluckiest man in the world' shares incredible 8st weight loss transformation Oliver Pugh, who labelled himself the “unluckiest man in the world” after a series of health problems, has unveiled his incredible weight loss transf...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Trump administration asks Supreme Court not to rule on Obamacare ahead of election The Department of Justice doesn't want the Supreme Court to fast-track a case that could result in Obamacare being thrown out ahead of the presidenti...

New York State Investigates Christian Health Cost-Sharing Affiliate Subpoenas have been issued to a company that solicits memberships for a health insurance alternative that offers no guarantees for covering medical b...

23andMe has sold the rights to develop a drug based on its users’ DNA Consumer genomics firm 23andMe has signed its first deal to sell the rights to develop a new drug for inflammatory diseases to a pharmaceutical compa...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Trump administration asks Supreme Court not to rule on Obamacare ahead of election The Department of Justice doesn't want the Supreme Court to fast-track a case that could result in Obamacare being thrown out ahead of the presidenti...

Health-care companies use technology and data to boost primary care services From venture-backed start-ups to drug store retailers, there is a big push this year to use technology and data to supercharge the less glamorous sid...

U.S. Drinking Deaths Double in 2 Decades With Faster Rate for Women: Study Deaths from boozing and bingeing more than doubled in the past two decades, as alcohol consumption per person rose 8%, with sharp increases in the ra...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and, the art of stealing Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and, the art of stealing Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

Health-care companies use technology and data to boost primary care services From venture-backed start-ups to drug store retailers, there is a big push this year to use technology and data to supercharge the less glamorous sid...

'Unluckiest man in the world' shares incredible 8st weight loss transformation Oliver Pugh, who labelled himself the “unluckiest man in the world” after a series of health problems, has unveiled his incredible weight loss transf...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Trump administration asks Supreme Court not to rule on Obamacare ahead of election The Department of Justice doesn't want the Supreme Court to fast-track a case that could result in Obamacare being thrown out ahead of the presidenti...

New York State Investigates Christian Health Cost-Sharing Affiliate Subpoenas have been issued to a company that solicits memberships for a health insurance alternative that offers no guarantees for covering medical b...

What to know about alcohol and depression Alcohol is a depressant and can amplify or trigger depression symptoms in some people. Learn more about the links between depression and alcohol in t...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and, the art of stealing Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and, the art of stealing Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and, the art of stealing Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

Health-care companies use technology and data to boost primary care services From venture-backed start-ups to drug store retailers, there is a big push this year to use technology and data to supercharge the less glamorous sid...

This 'Avatar' Themed Restaurant In Chennai Is All Set To Take You To A Habitable Moon If you have ever felt like experiencing Pandora from James Cameron's fictional-flick 'Avatar', then your dream can come true as a new Avatar-themed r...

'Unluckiest man in the world' shares incredible 8st weight loss transformation Oliver Pugh, who labelled himself the “unluckiest man in the world” after a series of health problems, has unveiled his incredible weight loss transf...

'Unluckiest man in the world' shares incredible 8st weight loss transformation Oliver Pugh, who labelled himself the “unluckiest man in the world” after a series of health problems, has unveiled his incredible weight loss transf...

Gastroenterologists: What to know Gastroenterologists are medical professionals who specialize in the digestive system. Learn about what they do and the conditions they may treat here...

These Patients Are Hard to Treat A study examined a popular approach that coordinated care for the most expensive patients, and found that the project did not reduce hospital admissi...

These Patients Are Hard to Treat A study examined a popular approach that coordinated care for the most expensive patients, and found that the project did not reduce hospital admissi...

Slovakia reports outbreak of H5N8 bird flu: OIE Slovakia has reported an outbreak of the highly pathogenic H5N8 bird flu virus among backyard poultry in the western part of the country, the first s...

'Unluckiest man in the world' shares incredible 8st weight loss transformation Oliver Pugh, who labelled himself the “unluckiest man in the world” after a series of health problems, has unveiled his incredible weight loss transf...

What to know about alcohol and depression Alcohol is a depressant and can amplify or trigger depression symptoms in some people. Learn more about the links between depression and alcohol in t...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and, the art of stealing Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

This peppermint sweet uses plant acid to stop you from craving sugar American company Sweet Defeat claims that the gymnema plant stops you from being able to enjoy the taste of sweet foods and thus can cut your calorie...

‘I’ve Been Battling and Overcoming.’ Justin Bieber Confirms Lyme Disease Diagnosis (NEW YORK) — Justin Bieber says that he has been battling Lyme disease. In an Instagram post on Wednesday, the pop star wrote that “it&rs...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

Rare shrew-spread virus linked to deaths of 8 German residents, study finds At least eight people in Germany who died of encephalitis likely contracted a rare virus from shrews, a small mole-like animal, that led to the fatal...

Why does Washington demonize drug companies? Over the holidays, I read Elton John's biography, Me. He writes about his friendship with Freddie Mercury, the ultratalented lead singer of the rock ...

New virus in same family as SARS might be causing China pneumonia outbreak: WHO While the United Nations health agency said it needed more comprehensive information to confirm precisely the type of pathogen causing the infections...

This 'Avatar' Themed Restaurant In Chennai Is All Set To Take You To A Habitable Moon If you have ever felt like experiencing Pandora from James Cameron's fictional-flick 'Avatar', then your dream can come true as a new Avatar-themed r...

'Unluckiest man in the world' shares incredible 8st weight loss transformation Oliver Pugh, who labelled himself the “unluckiest man in the world” after a series of health problems, has unveiled his incredible weight loss transf...

'Unluckiest man in the world' shares incredible 8st weight loss transformation Oliver Pugh, who labelled himself the “unluckiest man in the world” after a series of health problems, has unveiled his incredible weight loss transf...

Gastroenterologists: What to know Gastroenterologists are medical professionals who specialize in the digestive system. Learn about what they do and the conditions they may treat here...

These Patients Are Hard to Treat A study examined a popular approach that coordinated care for the most expensive patients, and found that the project did not reduce hospital admissi...

These Patients Are Hard to Treat A study examined a popular approach that coordinated care for the most expensive patients, and found that the project did not reduce hospital admissi...

Slovakia reports outbreak of H5N8 bird flu: OIE Slovakia has reported an outbreak of the highly pathogenic H5N8 bird flu virus among backyard poultry in the western part of the country, the first s...

'Unluckiest man in the world' shares incredible 8st weight loss transformation Oliver Pugh, who labelled himself the “unluckiest man in the world” after a series of health problems, has unveiled his incredible weight loss transf...

What is Lyme disease? Is disease Justin Bieber has been diagnosed with curable? Justin Bieber has opened up about being diagnosed with Lyme disease, and battling with chronic mono – but what is Lyme disease and what is Mono? And ...

Amag to divest two of three women's health drugs, CEO to step down Amag Pharmaceuticals Inc said on Thursday chief executive officer would step down and it plans to divest two of its women's health drugs, bowing to p...

Mysterious viral pneumonia outbreak in China likely caused by new virus, scientists say Scientists in China who are researching an outbreak of viral pneumonia that’s sickened dozens in the city of Wuhan have identified a new type of coro...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

This peppermint sweet uses plant acid to stop you from craving sugar American company Sweet Defeat claims that the gymnema plant stops you from being able to enjoy the taste of sweet foods and thus can cut your calorie...

‘I’ve Been Battling and Overcoming.’ Justin Bieber Confirms Lyme Disease Diagnosis (NEW YORK) — Justin Bieber says that he has been battling Lyme disease. In an Instagram post on Wednesday, the pop star wrote that “it&rs...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

Rare shrew-spread virus linked to deaths of 8 German residents, study finds At least eight people in Germany who died of encephalitis likely contracted a rare virus from shrews, a small mole-like animal, that led to the fatal...

Why does Washington demonize drug companies? Over the holidays, I read Elton John's biography, Me. He writes about his friendship with Freddie Mercury, the ultratalented lead singer of the rock ...

New virus in same family as SARS might be causing China pneumonia outbreak: WHO While the United Nations health agency said it needed more comprehensive information to confirm precisely the type of pathogen causing the infections...

'Drama queen' truckers mocked for turning noses up at healthy food on slimming show On an episode of Channel 4 show How to Lose Weight Well, the pair expressed disgust for seeds and vegetable lasagne. Viewers weren't impressed with t...

'Drama queen' truckers mocked for turning noses up at healthy food on slimming show On an episode of Channel 4 show How to Lose Weight Well, the pair expressed disgust for seeds and vegetable lasagne. Viewers weren't impressed with t...

Less than perfect kidneys safe for transplant, study shows Some kidneys for transplant which are currently discarded as unusable -- such as those with acute kidney injury -- can be safely and effectively tran...

Amazon's latest health hire is a high-profile public health expert and 'lung doc' The company has started making key hires for Amazon Care, its virtual health clinic for Seattle-area employees, indicating it's looking to convert th...

'Drama queen' truckers mocked for turning noses up at healthy food on slimming show On an episode of Channel 4 show How to Lose Weight Well, the pair expressed disgust for seeds and vegetable lasagne. Viewers weren't impressed with t...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and, the art of stealing Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

Daily on Healthcare: West Virginia, suing to invalidate Obamacare, looks to Louisiana for rescuing the law’s popular provisions Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Scientists Calculated How Much Longer You Can Live With a Healthy Lifestyle Study after study reminds us that as challenging as it can be, sticking with healthy habits—eating right, exercising regularly, not smoking, ma...

What is Lyme disease? Is disease Justin Bieber has been diagnosed with curable? Justin Bieber has opened up about being diagnosed with Lyme disease, and battling with chronic mono – but what is Lyme disease and what is Mono? And ...

Amag to divest two of three women's health drugs, CEO to step down Amag Pharmaceuticals Inc said on Thursday chief executive officer would step down and it plans to divest two of its women's health drugs, bowing to p...

Mysterious viral pneumonia outbreak in China likely caused by new virus, scientists say Scientists in China who are researching an outbreak of viral pneumonia that’s sickened dozens in the city of Wuhan have identified a new type of coro...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and - celebrating stolen art Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

Want to Calm Your Anxious Pet With CBD? Some Products Are All Bark and No Bite: Study Companies have unleashed hundreds of CBD pet health products accompanied by glowing customer testimonials claiming the cannabis derivative produced c...

Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop show brings dubious health claims to Netflix Goop has been criticized for its questionable wellness claims, including its advertisement that jade and quartz "eggs" can be used for vaginal health...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and - celebrating stolen art Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

Woman waits until wedding to lose virginity – only to find out she can't have sex Stephanie Muller, 23, knew Andrew was the one when she met him at their local church – but when she waited until their wedding night to have sex, it ...

'Drama queen' truckers mocked for turning noses up at healthy food on slimming show On an episode of Channel 4 show How to Lose Weight Well, the pair expressed disgust for seeds and vegetable lasagne. Viewers weren't impressed with t...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and, the art of stealing Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

'Drama queen' truckers mocked for turning noses up at healthy food on slimming show On an episode of Channel 4 show How to Lose Weight Well, the pair expressed disgust for seeds and vegetable lasagne. Viewers weren't impressed with t...

'Drama queen' truckers mocked for turning noses up at healthy food on slimming show On an episode of Channel 4 show How to Lose Weight Well, the pair expressed disgust for seeds and vegetable lasagne. Viewers weren't impressed with t...

Less than perfect kidneys safe for transplant, study shows Some kidneys for transplant which are currently discarded as unusable -- such as those with acute kidney injury -- can be safely and effectively tran...

Amazon's latest health hire is a high-profile public health expert and 'lung doc' The company has started making key hires for Amazon Care, its virtual health clinic for Seattle-area employees, indicating it's looking to convert th...

'Drama queen' truckers mocked for turning noses up at healthy food on slimming show On an episode of Channel 4 show How to Lose Weight Well, the pair expressed disgust for seeds and vegetable lasagne. Viewers weren't impressed with t...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and, the art of stealing Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

Daily on Healthcare: West Virginia, suing to invalidate Obamacare, looks to Louisiana for rescuing the law’s popular provisions Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Scientists Calculated How Much Longer You Can Live With a Healthy Lifestyle Study after study reminds us that as challenging as it can be, sticking with healthy habits—eating right, exercising regularly, not smoking, ma...

Family takes on Ontario Ministry of Long-Term Care at Human Rights Tribunal A case before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario accuses the province's Ministry of Long-Term Care of not enforcing the law in relation to a Paris,...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Family takes on Ontario Ministry of Long-Term Care at Human Rights Tribunal A case before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario accuses the province's Ministry of Long-Term Care of not enforcing the law in relation to a Paris,...

Many popular gyms offer unhealthy indoor tanning (Reuters Health) - More than three-quarters of commercial gyms surveyed offered tanning beds, undermining public health warnings about the dangers of...

Doctors scramble to identify mysterious illness emerging in China The cause of a pneumonia that has affected at least 59 people in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China, remains unknown, but authorities have ruled out...

'Secret eater’ lifts lid on weight loss journey after dropping 7st in 18 months Leanne Lindsay, 33, had ballooned to 19st after losing control of her eating habits – but now follows a calorie controlled diet which helped her weig...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and - celebrating stolen art Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

Want to Calm Your Anxious Pet With CBD? Some Products Are All Bark and No Bite: Study Companies have unleashed hundreds of CBD pet health products accompanied by glowing customer testimonials claiming the cannabis derivative produced c...

Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop show brings dubious health claims to Netflix Goop has been criticized for its questionable wellness claims, including its advertisement that jade and quartz "eggs" can be used for vaginal health...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and - celebrating stolen art Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

Woman waits until wedding to lose virginity – only to find out she can't have sex Stephanie Muller, 23, knew Andrew was the one when she met him at their local church – but when she waited until their wedding night to have sex, it ...

'Drama queen' truckers mocked for turning noses up at healthy food on slimming show On an episode of Channel 4 show How to Lose Weight Well, the pair expressed disgust for seeds and vegetable lasagne. Viewers weren't impressed with t...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Syria, polio, DR Congo, Sudan updates, and, the art of stealing Tuesday’s top stories include: A “daily nightmare” in Syria’s Idlib; polio remains an international health emergency; Guterres extends condolences as...

Daily on Healthcare: 2020 Democrats ready to go further than Trump on vaping Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

World Braille Day marks key communication tool for millions Being marked for only the second time ever, World Braille Day on Saturday raises awareness of the importance of the tactile global communication syst...

Doctors scramble to identify mysterious illness emerging in China The cause of a pneumonia that has affected at least 59 people in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China, remains unknown, but authorities have ruled out...

Watch: Is The Keto Diet Sustainable? Several questions have been raised over the sustainability of this diet. Various studies and trials have demonstrated its effectiveness, but lack of ...

What is a micropenis? When to seek medical advice about your small penis It’s not uncommon for men to worry about the size of their penis, but more often than not, the size will be completely normal. But what is a micropen...

Analysis of commercial DNA tests finds inconsistent coverage (Reuters Health) - Once strictly the domain of research labs, tests that sequence large swaths of the human genome called the exome have become incre...

Family takes on Ontario Ministry of Long-Term Care at Human Rights Tribunal A case before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario accuses the province's Ministry of Long-Term Care of not enforcing the law in relation to a Paris,...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Family takes on Ontario Ministry of Long-Term Care at Human Rights Tribunal A case before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario accuses the province's Ministry of Long-Term Care of not enforcing the law in relation to a Paris,...

Many popular gyms offer unhealthy indoor tanning (Reuters Health) - More than three-quarters of commercial gyms surveyed offered tanning beds, undermining public health warnings about the dangers of...

Doctors scramble to identify mysterious illness emerging in China The cause of a pneumonia that has affected at least 59 people in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China, remains unknown, but authorities have ruled out...

'Secret eater’ lifts lid on weight loss journey after dropping 7st in 18 months Leanne Lindsay, 33, had ballooned to 19st after losing control of her eating habits – but now follows a calorie controlled diet which helped her weig...

Popcorn stuck in man’s tooth leads to life-threatening infection, open heart surgery A 41-year-old British man who attempted to dislodge a piece of popcorn stuck in his teeth using various objects claims he later developed a life-thre...

1 in 5 period-tracking apps make errors, affecting chances of pregnancy: study A Canadian study suggests one in five fertility and menstrual tracking apps contain serious errors that could misinform users about their chances of ...

Four hacks to get rid of hiccups and the science behind how they work There's little more annoying than hiccups so we've looked at why and how they work, and compiled the best cures to help you eliminate that pesky 'hic...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

Popcorn stuck in man’s tooth leads to life-threatening infection, open heart surgery A 41-year-old British man who attempted to dislodge a piece of popcorn stuck in his teeth using various objects claims he later developed a life-thre...

Daily on Healthcare: 2020 Democrats ready to go further than Trump on vaping Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

World Braille Day marks key communication tool for millions Being marked for only the second time ever, World Braille Day on Saturday raises awareness of the importance of the tactile global communication syst...

Doctors scramble to identify mysterious illness emerging in China The cause of a pneumonia that has affected at least 59 people in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China, remains unknown, but authorities have ruled out...

Watch: Is The Keto Diet Sustainable? Several questions have been raised over the sustainability of this diet. Various studies and trials have demonstrated its effectiveness, but lack of ...

What is a micropenis? When to seek medical advice about your small penis It’s not uncommon for men to worry about the size of their penis, but more often than not, the size will be completely normal. But what is a micropen...

Analysis of commercial DNA tests finds inconsistent coverage (Reuters Health) - Once strictly the domain of research labs, tests that sequence large swaths of the human genome called the exome have become incre...

Stop smoking: The unpleasant symptoms to expect when you give up cigarettes Giving up smoking can be incredibly difficult, especially if you experience unpleasant symptoms. Here are some of the things your body might go throw...

In Appalachia, Crafting a Road to Recovery With Dulcimer Strings In Kentucky, where music is the lifeblood, an apprentice program run by luthiers provides meaningful jobs and helps remove the stigma of opioid addic...

Planned Parenthood annual abortions rise to 345,672 Planned Parenthood, in its latest fiscal year, performed 345,672 abortions, an increase of 12,915 from the year before, according to its 2018-2019 an...

World Braille Day marks key communication tool for millions Being marked for only the second time ever, World Braille Day on Saturday raises awareness of the importance of the tactile global communication syst...

Popcorn stuck in man’s tooth leads to life-threatening infection, open heart surgery A 41-year-old British man who attempted to dislodge a piece of popcorn stuck in his teeth using various objects claims he later developed a life-thre...

1 in 5 period-tracking apps make errors, affecting chances of pregnancy: study A Canadian study suggests one in five fertility and menstrual tracking apps contain serious errors that could misinform users about their chances of ...

Four hacks to get rid of hiccups and the science behind how they work There's little more annoying than hiccups so we've looked at why and how they work, and compiled the best cures to help you eliminate that pesky 'hic...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

Popcorn stuck in man’s tooth leads to life-threatening infection, open heart surgery A 41-year-old British man who attempted to dislodge a piece of popcorn stuck in his teeth using various objects claims he later developed a life-thre...

2019-2020 Flu Season on Track to Be Especially Severe, New CDC Data Suggests The current flu season is on track be one of the worst in years, Director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony ...

With Partial Flavor Ban, Trump Splits the Difference on Vaping An initiative to reduce the use of e-cigarettes by teenagers led to compromise. Sales of most flavored pods popular with youth will be forbidden, but...

InterCure gets Israel's first imported medical cannabis shipment Canndoc, an Israeli producer of medical grade cannabis, on Sunday received a shipment of 250 kilos of dried whole cannabis flowers that it says will ...

World Braille Day marks key communication tool for millions Being marked for only the second time ever, World Braille Day on Saturday raises awareness of the importance of the tactile global communication syst...

2019-2020 Flu Season on Track to Be Especially Severe, New CDC Data Suggests The current flu season is on track be one of the worst in years, Director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony ...

Could hydration levels influence cognitive function? A new study found a link between inadequate hydration and poorer cognitive functioning, especially in memory and attention tasks — but only in older ...

Low-dose aspirin may help prevent colorectal cancer A new study suggests over-the-counter aspirin may help prevent colorectal cancer. In experiments using mice, the authors found that a daily dose of a...

Low-dose aspirin may help prevent colorectal cancer A new study suggests over-the-counter aspirin may help prevent colorectal cancer. In experiments using mice, the authors found that a daily dose of a...

Stop smoking: The unpleasant symptoms to expect when you give up cigarettes Giving up smoking can be incredibly difficult, especially if you experience unpleasant symptoms. Here are some of the things your body might go throw...

In Appalachia, Crafting a Road to Recovery With Dulcimer Strings In Kentucky, where music is the lifeblood, an apprentice program run by luthiers provides meaningful jobs and helps remove the stigma of opioid addic...

Planned Parenthood annual abortions rise to 345,672 Planned Parenthood, in its latest fiscal year, performed 345,672 abortions, an increase of 12,915 from the year before, according to its 2018-2019 an...

World Braille Day marks key communication tool for millions Being marked for only the second time ever, World Braille Day on Saturday raises awareness of the importance of the tactile global communication syst...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

With Partial Flavor Ban, Trump Splits the Difference on Vaping An initiative to reduce the use of e-cigarettes by teenagers led to compromise. Sales of most flavored pods popular with youth will be forbidden, but...

'Secret eater’ lifts lid on weight loss journey after dropping 7st in 18 months Leanne Lindsay, 33, had ballooned to 19st after losing control of her eating habits – but now follows a calorie controlled diet which helped her weig...

World Braille Day marks key communication tool for millions Being marked for only the second time ever, World Braille Day on Saturday raises awareness of the importance of the tactile global communication syst...

With Partial Flavor Ban, Trump Splits the Difference on Vaping An initiative to reduce the use of e-cigarettes by teenagers led to compromise. Sales of most flavored pods popular with youth will be forbidden, but...

Dear Pope Francis: Under the Left's vision of healthcare, there can be no Catholic hospitals Health institutions and governments should “not neglect social justice out of preoccupation for financial concerns” and should instead ensure access ...

2019-2020 Flu Season on Track to Be Especially Severe, New CDC Data Suggests The current flu season is on track be one of the worst in years, Director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony ...

With Partial Flavor Ban, Trump Splits the Difference on Vaping An initiative to reduce the use of e-cigarettes by teenagers led to compromise. Sales of most flavored pods popular with youth will be forbidden, but...

InterCure gets Israel's first imported medical cannabis shipment Canndoc, an Israeli producer of medical grade cannabis, on Sunday received a shipment of 250 kilos of dried whole cannabis flowers that it says will ...

World Braille Day marks key communication tool for millions Being marked for only the second time ever, World Braille Day on Saturday raises awareness of the importance of the tactile global communication syst...

2019-2020 Flu Season on Track to Be Especially Severe, New CDC Data Suggests The current flu season is on track be one of the worst in years, Director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony ...

Could hydration levels influence cognitive function? A new study found a link between inadequate hydration and poorer cognitive functioning, especially in memory and attention tasks — but only in older ...

Low-dose aspirin may help prevent colorectal cancer A new study suggests over-the-counter aspirin may help prevent colorectal cancer. In experiments using mice, the authors found that a daily dose of a...

Low-dose aspirin may help prevent colorectal cancer A new study suggests over-the-counter aspirin may help prevent colorectal cancer. In experiments using mice, the authors found that a daily dose of a...

A molecule in your skin may explain why some cosmetics cause rashes People’s skin can become inflamed when they wear cosmetics because a molecule in the skin triggers an immune response – but the reaction may be rever...

'Secret eater’ lifts lid on weight loss journey after dropping 7st in 18 months Leanne Lindsay, 33, had ballooned to 19st after losing control of her eating habits – but now follows a calorie controlled diet which helped her weig...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Easy 5-Minute Low Carb Snacks For Weight Loss Low-carb diet has been linked to a variety of health benefits, if you are trying to cut down carbs from your diet, Do it the right way, or else you'd...

FDA to consider restricting menthol vape products if teens begin using them, official says Mitch Zeller, director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products, says if kids start to "migrate" to menthol-flavored pods, then the agency will "revi...

2019-2020 Flu Season on Track to Be Especially Severe, New CDC Data Suggests The current flu season is on track be one of the worst in years, Director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony ...

Trump's plan to curb teen vaping exempts some flavors The Trump administration announced Thursday that it will prohibit fruit, candy, mint and dessert flavors from small, cartridge-based e-cigarettes tha...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

With Partial Flavor Ban, Trump Splits the Difference on Vaping An initiative to reduce the use of e-cigarettes by teenagers led to compromise. Sales of most flavored pods popular with youth will be forbidden, but...

'Secret eater’ lifts lid on weight loss journey after dropping 7st in 18 months Leanne Lindsay, 33, had ballooned to 19st after losing control of her eating habits – but now follows a calorie controlled diet which helped her weig...

World Braille Day marks key communication tool for millions Being marked for only the second time ever, World Braille Day on Saturday raises awareness of the importance of the tactile global communication syst...

With Partial Flavor Ban, Trump Splits the Difference on Vaping An initiative to reduce the use of e-cigarettes by teenagers led to compromise. Sales of most flavored pods popular with youth will be forbidden, but...

Dear Pope Francis: Under the Left's vision of healthcare, there can be no Catholic hospitals Health institutions and governments should “not neglect social justice out of preoccupation for financial concerns” and should instead ensure access ...

In Appalachia, Crafting a Road to Recovery With Dulcimer Strings In Kentucky, where music is the lifeblood, an apprentice program run by luthiers provides meaningful jobs and helps remove the stigma of opioid addic...

Poor Diet May Take A Toll On Mental Health: Study Researchers conducted a review on the relationship between a healthy diet and its relation to mental health, they also cautioned that evidence for ma...

2019-2020 Flu Season on Track to Be Especially Severe, New CDC Data Suggests The current flu season is on track be one of the worst in years, Director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony ...

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Poor Diet May Take A Toll On Mental Health: Study Researchers conducted a review on the relationship between a healthy diet and its relation to mental health, they also cautioned that evidence for ma...

2019-2020 Flu Season on Track to Be Especially Severe, New CDC Data Suggests The current flu season is on track be one of the worst in years, Director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony ...

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With Partial Flavor Ban, Trump Splits the Difference on Vaping An initiative to reduce the use of e-cigarettes by teenagers led to compromise. Sales of most flavored pods popular with youth will be forbidden, but...

Obese 41st mum and son pair shed pounds for Xmas – and now his mates fancy her Jennifer Jeffery, 44, and her son Dan, 22, have shed 15 stone after she put her foot down at Christmas last year after tipping the scales at 21 stone...

FDA to consider restricting menthol vape products if teens begin using them, official says Mitch Zeller, director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products, says if kids start to "migrate" to menthol-flavored pods, then the agency will "revi...

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WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

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Obese 41st mum and son pair shed pounds for Xmas – and now his mates fancy her Jennifer Jeffery, 44, and her son Dan, 22, have shed 15 stone after she put her foot down at Christmas last year after tipping the scales at 21 stone...

FDA to consider restricting menthol vape products if teens begin using them, official says Mitch Zeller, director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products, says if kids start to "migrate" to menthol-flavored pods, then the agency will "revi...

What Is 'Pho' And Why Is It The Perfect Recipe To Beat The Winter Blues 'Pho' is a popular Vietnamese street food that is eaten for breakfast or lunch. Pronounced as 'Fuh' and not 'Foe', the snack is often found on the st...

Novartis, Merck and Allergan join those raising U.S. drug prices for 2020 Novartis AG, Merck & Co Inc and Allergan Plc were among companies that raised U.S. prices on more than 100 prescription medicines on Friday, bringing...

Novartis, Merck and Allergan join those raising U.S. drug prices for 2020 Novartis AG, Merck & Co Inc and Allergan Plc were among companies that raised U.S. prices on more than 100 prescription medicines on Friday, bringing...

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Study links diabetes to increased risk for heart failure In findings published Thursday in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings, researchers identified diabetes as an independent risk factor for the developm...

It Looks Like Health Insurance, but It’s Not. ‘Just Trust God,’ Buyers Are Told. Some state regulators are scrutinizing nonprofit Christian cost-sharing ministries that enroll Americans struggling to pay for medical care, but aren...

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Trump's plan to curb teen vaping exempts some flavors The Trump administration announced Thursday that it will prohibit fruit, candy, mint and dessert flavors from small, cartridge-based e-cigarettes tha...

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More January U.S. price hikes take 2020 tally to over 330 drugs with higher cost AbbVie Inc on Thursday raised the cost of rheumatoid arthritis treatment Humira, the world's top-selling medicine, joining other drugmakers that have...

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WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Low-Fat Diet Including Egg Whites May Boost Male Fertility; Says Study The study asserts that what men eat could affect their fundamental male sex hormone. It claimed that a diet low in fat and high in egg whites could b...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

FDA to ban all e-cig flavors except menthol and tobacco, report says The Food and Drug Administration plans to ban the sale of fruity flavors in cartridge-based e-cigarettes, but the restriction won’t apply to tank vap...

5 Foods That Can Boost Immunity In Kids Winters make kids susceptible to many diseases, which are commonly associated with the winters like cold and flu, throat infections and stomach probl...

Going vegan for January? Find out how much difference it really makes Millions of people will try a vegan diet this month for Veganuary. But can short-term or part-time vegans really reap health and environmental benefi...

More January U.S. price hikes take 2020 tally to over 330 drugs with higher cost AbbVie Inc on Thursday raised the cost of rheumatoid arthritis treatment Humira, the world's top-selling medicine, joining other drugmakers that have...

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Going vegan for January? Find out how much difference it really makes Millions of people will try a vegan diet this month for Veganuary. But can short-term or part-time vegans really reap health and environmental benefi...

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Obese 41st mum and son pair shed pounds for Xmas – and now his mates fancy her Jennifer Jeffery, 44, and her son Dan, 22, have shed 15 stone after she put her foot down at Christmas last year after tipping the scales at 21 stone...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

FDA to ban all e-cig flavors except menthol and tobacco, report says The Food and Drug Administration plans to ban the sale of fruity flavors in cartridge-based e-cigarettes, but the restriction won’t apply to tank vap...

Brain response to pleasure, pain may inform new mental health treatments A new study in mice has provided some clues into how the brain seeks pleasure and avoids pain. The findings may improve understanding of the way the ...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Low-Fat Diet Including Egg Whites May Boost Male Fertility; Says Study The study asserts that what men eat could affect their fundamental male sex hormone. It claimed that a diet low in fat and high in egg whites could b...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

FDA to ban all e-cig flavors except menthol and tobacco, report says The Food and Drug Administration plans to ban the sale of fruity flavors in cartridge-based e-cigarettes, but the restriction won’t apply to tank vap...

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FDA to ban all e-cig flavors except menthol and tobacco, report says The Food and Drug Administration plans to ban the sale of fruity flavors in cartridge-based e-cigarettes, but the restriction won’t apply to tank vap...

Brain response to pleasure, pain may inform new mental health treatments A new study in mice has provided some clues into how the brain seeks pleasure and avoids pain. The findings may improve understanding of the way the ...

Brain response to pleasure, pain may inform new mental health treatments A new study in mice has provided some clues into how the brain seeks pleasure and avoids pain. The findings may improve understanding of the way the ...

Brain response to pleasure, pain may inform new mental health treatments A new study in mice has provided some clues into how the brain seeks pleasure and avoids pain. The findings may improve understanding of the way the ...

Trump abandons sweeping vape ban with new slimmed-down rules The decision is a win for some of Trump's conservative allies, who warned a more sweeping ban on flavored vaping products would alienate the presiden...

Going vegan for January? Find out how much difference it really makes Millions of people will try a vegan diet this month for Veganuary. But can short-term or part-time vegans really reap health and environmental benefi...

Going vegan for January? Find out how much difference it really makes Millions of people will try a vegan diet this month for Veganuary. But can short-term or part-time vegans really reap health and environmental benefi...

A bunch of people in tech are setting resolutions to spend less time using tech After days at the office working on a computer, many tech workers are dead-set on picking up new hobbies in 2020 like painting, playing board games, ...

Obese 41st mum and son pair shed pounds for Xmas – and now his mates fancy her Jennifer Jeffery, 44, and her son Dan, 22, have shed 15 stone after she put her foot down at Christmas last year after tipping the scales at 21 stone...

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FDA to ban all e-cig flavors except menthol and tobacco, report says The Food and Drug Administration plans to ban the sale of fruity flavors in cartridge-based e-cigarettes, but the restriction won’t apply to tank vap...

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Sub-Saharan Africa faces grave hunger challenges in 2020: UN food relief agency At the dawn of the next decade, a new World Food Programme (WFP) forecast of global hunger hotspots has revealed that escalating hunger will challeng...

Sub-Saharan Africa faces grave hunger challenges in 2020: UN food relief agency At the dawn of the next decade, a new World Food Programme (WFP) forecast of global hunger hotspots has revealed that escalating hunger will challeng...

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Researchers discover new autoinflammatory condition A previously unknown autoinflammatory condition has come to the fore thanks to a team of global experts, who were also able to identify its root caus...

Low-Fat Diet Including Egg Whites May Boost Male Fertility; Says Study The study asserts that what men eat could affect their fundamental male sex hormone. It claimed that a diet low in fat and high in egg whites could b...

Toronto’s Miles Nadal Heart Centre tackling heart disease in pregnancy "What is really important is to talk to women early, prior to getting pregnant, so they can hear about the risks specific to their cardiac condition....

FDA to ban all e-cig flavors except menthol and tobacco, report says The Food and Drug Administration plans to ban the sale of fruity flavors in cartridge-based e-cigarettes, but the restriction won’t apply to tank vap...

Brain response to pleasure, pain may inform new mental health treatments A new study in mice has provided some clues into how the brain seeks pleasure and avoids pain. The findings may improve understanding of the way the ...

Brain response to pleasure, pain may inform new mental health treatments A new study in mice has provided some clues into how the brain seeks pleasure and avoids pain. The findings may improve understanding of the way the ...

Brain response to pleasure, pain may inform new mental health treatments A new study in mice has provided some clues into how the brain seeks pleasure and avoids pain. The findings may improve understanding of the way the ...

Researcher Who Led Team That Genetically Edited Babies Sentenced to Prison in China (BEIJING) — Three researchers involved in the births of genetically edited babies have been sentenced for practicing medicine illegally, Chines...

F.D.A. Failed to Ensure Safe Prescribing of Opioids, Documents Show The agency, whose oversight of opioid safety has largely eluded scrutiny, did not improve flawed programs designed to reduce addiction and overdoses....

Study links environmental pollution exposure to reduced fetal size Research based on ultrasound scans suggests that pregnant women who were exposed to higher levels of persistent organic pollutants, or POPs, had slig...

Toronto’s Miles Nadal Heart Centre tackling heart disease in pregnancy "What is really important is to talk to women early, prior to getting pregnant, so they can hear about the risks specific to their cardiac condition....

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F.D.A. Failed to Ensure Safe Prescribing of Opioids, Documents Show The agency, whose oversight of opioid safety has largely eluded scrutiny, did not improve flawed programs designed to reduce addiction and overdoses....

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Canada sours on its drug system just as Trump looks to import from it Just as the Trump administration is planning to let states import prescription drugs from Canada, the United States's northern neighbors have grown i...

Doctors lift lid on odd objects surgically removed from patient's bums in 2019 Patients have rear-ly found themselves in trouble this year. Bungling men and women have rushed to A&E with objects stuck up their bottoms – from spo...

Cholesterol levels in young adults can predict heart disease risk A new study investigates cholesterol levels across decades. It concludes that high levels in young adulthood can impact heart disease risk later in l...

Obese 41st mum and son pair shed pounds for Xmas – and now his mates fancy her Jennifer Jeffery, 44, and her son Dan, 22, have shed 15 stone after she put her foot down at Christmas last year after tipping the scales at 21 stone...

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Scientist behind world’s first gene-edited babies sentenced to prison He Jiankui, the scientist who used CRISPR to create two gene-edited girls born in 2018, has been handed a three-year jail term by a court in Shenzen,...

Obese 41st mum and son pair shed pounds for Xmas – and now his mates fancy her Jennifer Jeffery, 44, and her son Dan, 22, have shed 15 stone after she put her foot down at Christmas last year after tipping the scales at 21 stone...

Canada sours on its drug system just as Trump looks to import from it Just as the Trump administration is planning to let states import prescription drugs from Canada, the United States's northern neighbors have grown i...

Researcher Who Led Team That Genetically Edited Babies Sentenced to Prison in China (BEIJING) — Three researchers involved in the births of genetically edited babies have been sentenced for practicing medicine illegally, Chines...

F.D.A. Failed to Ensure Safe Prescribing of Opioids, Documents Show The agency, whose oversight of opioid safety has largely eluded scrutiny, did not improve flawed programs designed to reduce addiction and overdoses....

Study links environmental pollution exposure to reduced fetal size Research based on ultrasound scans suggests that pregnant women who were exposed to higher levels of persistent organic pollutants, or POPs, had slig...

Toronto’s Miles Nadal Heart Centre tackling heart disease in pregnancy "What is really important is to talk to women early, prior to getting pregnant, so they can hear about the risks specific to their cardiac condition....

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

F.D.A. Failed to Ensure Safe Prescribing of Opioids, Documents Show The agency, whose oversight of opioid safety has largely eluded scrutiny, did not improve flawed programs designed to reduce addiction and overdoses....

Quality immunization and surveillance help stop polio outbreaks in three African countries: WHO Three African countries have halted recent polio outbreaks which indicates that the disease can be stopped elsewhere in the region, the World Health ...

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Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Scientist behind world’s first gene-edited babies sentenced to prison He Jiankui, the scientist who used CRISPR to create two gene-edited girls born in 2018, has been handed a three-year jail term by a court in Shenzen,...

Obese 41st mum and son pair shed pounds for Xmas – and now his mates fancy her Jennifer Jeffery, 44, and her son Dan, 22, have shed 15 stone after she put her foot down at Christmas last year after tipping the scales at 21 stone...

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Samoa ends measles state of emergency as infection rate slows The South Pacific island nation of Samoa has lifted a six week-state of emergency after the infection rate from a measles outbreak that has swept the...

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High-Sugar Diet May Lead To Poor Sperm Quality In Men; Says Study The study asserts the fact that sperm quality is greatly affected by one's diet, and the affects arise rapidly. A diet high in sugar may affect sperm...

Strange but true: The biggest medical shockers of 2019 From a case of so-called “feather duvet lung” to a woman who found parasitic worms in her eye following a trail run, these medical moments are as biz...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

More than a third of world’s poorest countries face undernutrition, obesity: report Researchers call the trend the "double burden of malnutrition" and found that it affected 45 countries in the 1990s, rising to 48 countries in the 20...

I'm testing an experimental drug to see if it halts Alzheimer's Steve Dominy led a landmark study that linked gum disease bacteria to Alzheimer's disease. He tells New Scientist why we should stop treating medicin...

Samoa ends measles state of emergency as infection rate slows The South Pacific island nation of Samoa has lifted a six week-state of emergency after the infection rate from a measles outbreak that has swept the...

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Most U.S. vaping illnesses blamed on vitamin E additive Health officials now blame vitamin E acetate for the “vast majority” of cases in the U.S. outbreak of vaping illnesses and they say doctors should mo...

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Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Strange but true: The biggest medical shockers of 2019 From a case of so-called “feather duvet lung” to a woman who found parasitic worms in her eye following a trail run, these medical moments are as biz...

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Most U.S. vaping illnesses blamed on vitamin E additive Health officials now blame vitamin E acetate for the “vast majority” of cases in the U.S. outbreak of vaping illnesses and they say doctors should mo...

Most U.S. vaping illnesses blamed on vitamin E additive Health officials now blame vitamin E acetate for the “vast majority” of cases in the U.S. outbreak of vaping illnesses and they say doctors should mo...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Most U.S. vaping illnesses blamed on vitamin E additive Health officials now blame vitamin E acetate for the “vast majority” of cases in the U.S. outbreak of vaping illnesses and they say doctors should mo...

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Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Strange but true: The biggest medical shockers of 2019 From a case of so-called “feather duvet lung” to a woman who found parasitic worms in her eye following a trail run, these medical moments are as biz...

Chicken pox outbreak forces migrant shelter to shutter in northern Mexico An outbreak of chicken pox has forced the temporary closure of a shelter housing Central American migrants sent to Mexico from the United States, Mex...

Quality immunization and surveillance help stop polio outbreaks in three African countries: WHO Three African countries have halted recent polio outbreaks which indicates that the disease can be stopped elsewhere in the region, the World Health ...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

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Ultrasound with MRI improves prostate treatment Combining ultrasound heat with precision MRI promises a more precise way to treat prostate cancer and enlarged prostates — without the usual side eff...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Trump chips away at Obamacare President Trump struck a blow against his predecessor's healthcare law by signing government funding legislation Friday that repealed major Obamacare...

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Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

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I tracked my sleep with an Oura ring — here's what I learned The Oura was one of several wearable sleep monitor devices on the market in 2019. The ring's sensors track respiratory rate, heart rate, and overall ...

Researchers map brain's opioid response in mice Researchers may be closer to solving some of the mysteries of the brain processes involved in opioid addiction, thanks to a new imaging approach test...

Trump chips away at Obamacare President Trump struck a blow against his predecessor's healthcare law by signing government funding legislation Friday that repealed major Obamacare...

Aspirin: Friend or foe after breast cancer? A new study focuses on DNA change to investigate why aspirin use is linked to different outcomes in different individuals after a breast cancer diagn...

Genetic Mutations In Father’s Sperm Can Predict Children’s Autism Risk There’s no question that autism can be traced to a combination of genetic and environmental factors. One genetic contributor in particular has ...

Aspirin: Friend or foe after breast cancer? A new study focuses on DNA change to investigate why aspirin use is linked to different outcomes in different individuals after a breast cancer diagn...

Grandma, 60, wins beauty contests and says two things are key to not ageing Svetlana Gass was recently crowned Mrs Grandma Globe and Ms. Transcontinental Classic at a beauty pageant in Atlanta, Georgia, and says she has two t...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Almost 10 million in U.S. have faced sexual violence at work (Reuters Health) - Almost 1 in 18 women and 1 in 40 men have experienced sexual harassment in and related to the workplace, according to a U.S. study...

How to get rid of a cold when one hits before Xmas, according to the NHS Have you fallen ill before Christmas? The NHS has listed some easy ways to get rid of a cold 'more quickly' – including sleeping more and staying war...

Trump chips away at Obamacare President Trump struck a blow against his predecessor's healthcare law by signing government funding legislation Friday that repealed major Obamacare...

Most Canadians support increasing e-cigarette legal purchase age to 21: Ipsos poll An exclusive poll conducted for Global News by Ipsos has found widespread support for increasing the minimum legal age to purchase electronic cigaret...

Most Canadians support increasing e-cigarette legal purchase age to 21: Ipsos poll An exclusive poll conducted for Global News by Ipsos has found widespread support for increasing the minimum legal age to purchase electronic cigaret...

Quick Dessert: Make Yummy Chocolate Toasts For Kids In Just 15 Min This chocolate ganache toast can make for a delightful dessert or even as a satisfying evening snack. It is tasty and also contains some healthy food...

Genetic Mutations In Father’s Sperm Can Predict Children’s Autism Risk There’s no question that autism can be traced to a combination of genetic and environmental factors. One genetic contributor in particular has ...

Aspirin: Friend or foe after breast cancer? A new study focuses on DNA change to investigate why aspirin use is linked to different outcomes in different individuals after a breast cancer diagn...

I tracked my sleep with an Oura ring — here's what I learned The Oura was one of several wearable sleep monitor devices on the market in 2019. The ring's sensors track respiratory rate, heart rate, and overall ...

Researchers map brain's opioid response in mice Researchers may be closer to solving some of the mysteries of the brain processes involved in opioid addiction, thanks to a new imaging approach test...

Researchers map brain's opioid response in mice Researchers may be closer to solving some of the mysteries of the brain processes involved in opioid addiction, thanks to a new imaging approach test...

How to get rid of a cold when one hits before Xmas, according to the NHS Have you fallen ill before Christmas? The NHS has listed some easy ways to get rid of a cold 'more quickly' – including sleeping more and staying war...

Trump chips away at Obamacare President Trump struck a blow against his predecessor's healthcare law by signing government funding legislation Friday that repealed major Obamacare...

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Trump chips away at Obamacare President Trump struck a blow against his predecessor's healthcare law by signing government funding legislation Friday that repealed major Obamacare...

Most Canadians support increasing e-cigarette legal purchase age to 21: Ipsos poll An exclusive poll conducted for Global News by Ipsos has found widespread support for increasing the minimum legal age to purchase electronic cigaret...

I tracked my sleep with an Oura ring — here's what I learned The Oura was one of several wearable sleep monitor devices on the market in 2019. The ring's sensors track respiratory rate, heart rate, and overall ...

I tracked my sleep with an Oura ring — here's what I learned The Oura was one of several wearable sleep monitor devices on the market in 2019. The ring's sensors track respiratory rate, heart rate, and overall ...

How to get rid of a cold when one hits before Xmas, according to the NHS Have you fallen ill before Christmas? The NHS has listed some easy ways to get rid of a cold 'more quickly' – including sleeping more and staying war...

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Allergan signs $750 million settlement with purchasers of Alzheimer's drug Namenda Purchasers of Allergan Plc's Namenda asked a federal judge on Tuesday to approve a $750 million settlement of claims that the drugmaker conspired to ...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Researchers map brain's opioid response in mice Researchers may be closer to solving some of the mysteries of the brain processes involved in opioid addiction, thanks to a new imaging approach test...

How to get rid of a cold when one hits before Xmas, according to the NHS Have you fallen ill before Christmas? The NHS has listed some easy ways to get rid of a cold 'more quickly' – including sleeping more and staying war...

Trump chips away at Obamacare President Trump struck a blow against his predecessor's healthcare law by signing government funding legislation Friday that repealed major Obamacare...

Quality immunization and surveillance help stop polio outbreaks in three African countries: WHO Three African countries have halted recent polio outbreaks which indicates that the disease can be stopped elsewhere in the region, the World Health ...

Grandma, 60, wins beauty contests and says two things are key to not ageing Svetlana Gass was recently crowned Mrs Grandma Globe and Ms. Transcontinental Classic at a beauty pageant in Atlanta, Georgia, and says she has two t...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Most Canadians support increasing e-cigarette legal purchase age to 21: Ipsos poll An exclusive poll conducted for Global News by Ipsos has found widespread support for increasing the minimum legal age to purchase electronic cigaret...

How to get rid of a cold when one hits before Xmas, according to the NHS Have you fallen ill before Christmas? The NHS has listed some easy ways to get rid of a cold 'more quickly' – including sleeping more and staying war...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

I tracked my sleep with an Oura ring — here's what I learned The Oura was one of several wearable sleep monitor devices on the market in 2019. The ring's sensors track respiratory rate, heart rate, and overall ...

I tracked my sleep with an Oura ring — here's what I learned The Oura was one of several wearable sleep monitor devices on the market in 2019. The ring's sensors track respiratory rate, heart rate, and overall ...

How to get rid of a cold when one hits before Xmas, according to the NHS Have you fallen ill before Christmas? The NHS has listed some easy ways to get rid of a cold 'more quickly' – including sleeping more and staying war...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Allergan signs $750 million settlement with purchasers of Alzheimer's drug Namenda Purchasers of Allergan Plc's Namenda asked a federal judge on Tuesday to approve a $750 million settlement of claims that the drugmaker conspired to ...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

I tracked my sleep with an Oura ring — here's what I learned The Oura was one of several wearable sleep monitor devices on the market in 2019. The ring's sensors track respiratory rate, heart rate, and overall ...

Quality immunization and surveillance help stop polio outbreaks in three African countries: WHO Three African countries have halted recent polio outbreaks which indicates that the disease can be stopped elsewhere in the region, the World Health ...

Grandma, 60, wins beauty contests and says two things are key to not ageing Svetlana Gass was recently crowned Mrs Grandma Globe and Ms. Transcontinental Classic at a beauty pageant in Atlanta, Georgia, and says she has two t...

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Trump chips away at Obamacare President Trump struck a blow against his predecessor's healthcare law by signing government funding legislation Friday that repealed major Obamacare...

Quality immunization and surveillance help stop polio outbreaks in three African countries: WHO Three African countries have halted recent polio outbreaks which indicates that the disease can be stopped elsewhere in the region, the World Health ...

Quality immunization and surveillance help stop polio outbreaks in three African countries: WHO Three African countries have halted recent polio outbreaks which indicates that the disease can be stopped elsewhere in the region, the World Health ...

Grandma, 60, wins beauty contests and says two things are key to not ageing Svetlana Gass was recently crowned Mrs Grandma Globe and Ms. Transcontinental Classic at a beauty pageant in Atlanta, Georgia, and says she has two t...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Most Canadians support increasing e-cigarette legal purchase age to 21: Ipsos poll An exclusive poll conducted for Global News by Ipsos has found widespread support for increasing the minimum legal age to purchase electronic cigaret...

How to get rid of a cold when one hits before Xmas, according to the NHS Have you fallen ill before Christmas? The NHS has listed some easy ways to get rid of a cold 'more quickly' – including sleeping more and staying war...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Light therapy device helps improve some symptoms of dementia Daytime exposure to bright lights may improve a person’s quality of sleep, and could reduce depressive symptoms and agitation associated with dementi...

B.C. consumers of U-Dream say ‘natural’ sleep aid caused nearly-fatal heart attack The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has revealed that a prescription compound has been found in U-Dream, which has been marketed as a natural sleep...

Grandma, 60, wins beauty contests and says two things are key to not ageing Svetlana Gass was recently crowned Mrs Grandma Globe and Ms. Transcontinental Classic at a beauty pageant in Atlanta, Georgia, and says she has two t...

I tracked my sleep with an Oura ring — here's what I learned The Oura was one of several wearable sleep monitor devices on the market in 2019. The ring's sensors track respiratory rate, heart rate, and overall ...

Quality immunization and surveillance help stop polio outbreaks in three African countries: WHO Three African countries have halted recent polio outbreaks which indicates that the disease can be stopped elsewhere in the region, the World Health ...

Grandma, 60, wins beauty contests and says two things are key to not ageing Svetlana Gass was recently crowned Mrs Grandma Globe and Ms. Transcontinental Classic at a beauty pageant in Atlanta, Georgia, and says she has two t...

Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Thattai, South India's Famous Rice Cracker Thattai is a crispy cracker that is made with rice flour is prepared widely during festivals like Janmashtami. It is available in many versions, plai...

Trump chips away at Obamacare President Trump struck a blow against his predecessor's healthcare law by signing government funding legislation Friday that repealed major Obamacare...

Quality immunization and surveillance help stop polio outbreaks in three African countries: WHO Three African countries have halted recent polio outbreaks which indicates that the disease can be stopped elsewhere in the region, the World Health ...

Federal Legal Age to Buy Tobacco Products Officially Raised to 21 On Friday, President Donald Trump signed a $1.4 trillion spending package that, on top of many things, raises the federal legal age for purchasing to...

Colorado teen, 18, severely brain-damaged after breast implant surgery gone wrong, family says A Colorado teenager suffered cardiac arrest during a breast implant procedure in August and is now severely brain-damaged, according to her family, w...

Winter Special: How To Make Sugar-Free Gajar Ka Halwa At Home Gajar ka halwa is one Indian dessert that is popular all across the world. This winter make a sugar-free gajar ka halwa at home with our quick and ea...

Amazon shoppers gush over £5 hand cream that 'eases dryness and cracking in days' Amazon customers have been raving about O'Keeffe's Working Hands Hand Cream. The moisturiser is said to heal dryness and cracking on your palms and f...

Federal Legal Age to Buy Tobacco Products Officially Raised to 21 On Friday, President Donald Trump signed a $1.4 trillion spending package that, on top of many things, raises the federal legal age for purchasing to...

Light therapy device helps improve some symptoms of dementia Daytime exposure to bright lights may improve a person’s quality of sleep, and could reduce depressive symptoms and agitation associated with dementi...

B.C. consumers of U-Dream say ‘natural’ sleep aid caused nearly-fatal heart attack The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has revealed that a prescription compound has been found in U-Dream, which has been marketed as a natural sleep...

Grandma, 60, wins beauty contests and says two things are key to not ageing Svetlana Gass was recently crowned Mrs Grandma Globe and Ms. Transcontinental Classic at a beauty pageant in Atlanta, Georgia, and says she has two t...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: tobacco burn-out, cholera cases down, ‘shifting the needle’ on climate Among today’s stories: more men are quitting nicotine than ever before, a big drop in cholera cases was recorded between 2017 and 2018, and the UN ca...

Federal Legal Age to Buy Tobacco Products Officially Raised to 21 On Friday, President Donald Trump signed a $1.4 trillion spending package that, on top of many things, raises the federal legal age for purchasing to...

Colorado teen, 18, severely brain-damaged after breast implant surgery gone wrong, family says A Colorado teenager suffered cardiac arrest during a breast implant procedure in August and is now severely brain-damaged, according to her family, w...

Winter Special: How To Make Sugar-Free Gajar Ka Halwa At Home Gajar ka halwa is one Indian dessert that is popular all across the world. This winter make a sugar-free gajar ka halwa at home with our quick and ea...

Amazon shoppers gush over £5 hand cream that 'eases dryness and cracking in days' Amazon customers have been raving about O'Keeffe's Working Hands Hand Cream. The moisturiser is said to heal dryness and cracking on your palms and f...

Federal Legal Age to Buy Tobacco Products Officially Raised to 21 On Friday, President Donald Trump signed a $1.4 trillion spending package that, on top of many things, raises the federal legal age for purchasing to...

Amazon shoppers gush over £5 hand cream that 'eases dryness and cracking in days' Amazon customers have been raving about O'Keeffe's Working Hands Hand Cream. The moisturiser is said to heal dryness and cracking on your palms and f...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Daily on Healthcare, sponsored by SBEC: Democratic presidential candidates have now had the same 'Medicare for all' debate six times Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

ACA enrollment figures remain 'stable,' but more changes to come After a sluggish start due to technical glitches with the healthcare.gov web site, open enrollment for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: tobacco burn-out, cholera cases down, ‘shifting the needle’ on climate Among today’s stories: more men are quitting nicotine than ever before, a big drop in cholera cases was recorded between 2017 and 2018, and the UN ca...

Amazon shoppers gush over £5 hand cream that 'eases dryness and cracking in days' Amazon customers have been raving about O'Keeffe's Working Hands Hand Cream. The moisturiser is said to heal dryness and cracking on your palms and f...

Daily on Healthcare, sponsored by SBEC: Democratic presidential candidates have now had the same 'Medicare for all' debate six times Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Woman shares weight loss transformation after slimming down to an impressive size 8 Elizabeth Watkins ballooned to 26st after years of gorging on crisps, chocolate and sweets. The 38-year-old opened up about her weight loss after dro...

Consumers warned to avoid popular B.C.-based sleep aid U-Dream over ingredient mix-up U-Dream, which is marketed as a natural sleep aid, was found to contain a substance similar to a prescription sedative that can cause dizziness and d...

ACA enrollment figures remain 'stable,' but more changes to come After a sluggish start due to technical glitches with the healthcare.gov web site, open enrollment for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act...

Light therapy device helps improve some symptoms of dementia Daytime exposure to bright lights may improve a person’s quality of sleep, and could reduce depressive symptoms and agitation associated with dementi...

U.S. FDA declines to approve GSK drugs division's long acting HIV injection GlaxoSmithKline's HIV drugs division ViiV Healthcare said on Saturday that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration declined to approve its long acting ...

Amazon shoppers gush over £5 hand cream that 'eases dryness and cracking in days' Amazon customers have been raving about O'Keeffe's Working Hands Hand Cream. The moisturiser is said to heal dryness and cracking on your palms and f...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Daily on Healthcare, sponsored by SBEC: Democratic presidential candidates have now had the same 'Medicare for all' debate six times Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

ACA enrollment figures remain 'stable,' but more changes to come After a sluggish start due to technical glitches with the healthcare.gov web site, open enrollment for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act...

Impeachment is nothing compared to the Obamacare trap for Trump and the Democrats in 2020 The decision by a federal appeals court to strike down Obamacare's individual mandate provision means that health coverage is much more likely to bec...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Chennai's Annual Year-End Music Festival Is Also The Time For Foodies To Rejoice The annual Madras Marghazi season has acquired a reputation as one of the world's largest music festivals. Many of the major music Sabhas also offer ...

Popular nerve drugs could cause 'serious' breathing problems, FDA says U.S. health regulators are warning that popular nervous system medications can cause dangerous breathing problems when combined with opioids and cert...

Nearly all U.S. kids eating added sugars before age two (Reuters Health) - Nearly 85% of toddlers and infants in the United States eat foods containing added sugars and artificial sweeteners on any given d...

Amazon shoppers gush over £5 hand cream that 'eases dryness and cracking in days' Amazon customers have been raving about O'Keeffe's Working Hands Hand Cream. The moisturiser is said to heal dryness and cracking on your palms and f...

Daily on Healthcare, sponsored by SBEC: Democratic presidential candidates have now had the same 'Medicare for all' debate six times Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Woman shares weight loss transformation after slimming down to an impressive size 8 Elizabeth Watkins ballooned to 26st after years of gorging on crisps, chocolate and sweets. The 38-year-old opened up about her weight loss after dro...

Consumers warned to avoid popular B.C.-based sleep aid U-Dream over ingredient mix-up U-Dream, which is marketed as a natural sleep aid, was found to contain a substance similar to a prescription sedative that can cause dizziness and d...

ACA enrollment figures remain 'stable,' but more changes to come After a sluggish start due to technical glitches with the healthcare.gov web site, open enrollment for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act...

Light therapy device helps improve some symptoms of dementia Daytime exposure to bright lights may improve a person’s quality of sleep, and could reduce depressive symptoms and agitation associated with dementi...

U.S. FDA declines to approve GSK drugs division's long acting HIV injection GlaxoSmithKline's HIV drugs division ViiV Healthcare said on Saturday that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration declined to approve its long acting ...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: tobacco burn-out, cholera cases down, ‘shifting the needle’ on climate Among today’s stories: more men are quitting nicotine than ever before, a big drop in cholera cases was recorded between 2017 and 2018, and the UN ca...

Chennai's Annual Year-End Music Festival Is Also The Time For Foodies To Rejoice The annual Madras Marghazi season has acquired a reputation as one of the world's largest music festivals. Many of the major music Sabhas also offer ...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: tobacco burn-out, cholera cases down, ‘shifting the needle’ on climate Among today’s stories: more men are quitting nicotine than ever before, a big drop in cholera cases was recorded between 2017 and 2018, and the UN ca...

Impeachment is nothing compared to the Obamacare trap for Trump and the Democrats in 2020 The decision by a federal appeals court to strike down Obamacare's individual mandate provision means that health coverage is much more likely to bec...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Vaping Patients May Be Prone to Relapse, C.D.C. Warns New findings indicate the outbreak of severe lung injuries may have peaked, but cases are still surfacing. The agency is urging doctors to monitor pe...

Chennai's Annual Year-End Music Festival Is Also The Time For Foodies To Rejoice The annual Madras Marghazi season has acquired a reputation as one of the world's largest music festivals. Many of the major music Sabhas also offer ...

Popular nerve drugs could cause 'serious' breathing problems, FDA says U.S. health regulators are warning that popular nervous system medications can cause dangerous breathing problems when combined with opioids and cert...

Nearly all U.S. kids eating added sugars before age two (Reuters Health) - Nearly 85% of toddlers and infants in the United States eat foods containing added sugars and artificial sweeteners on any given d...

Congress Approves Raising Age to 21 for E-Cigarette and Tobacco Sales President Trump is expected to sign it into law as part of the overall spending package. Some advocates warn that more action is needed to reduce tee...

7 Protein-Rich Snacks You Can Eat On The Go Here are some protein-rich snacks that you can carry around and gobble in whenever hunger strikes. Get your protein fix from your snacks that you can...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: tobacco burn-out, cholera cases down, ‘shifting the needle’ on climate Among today’s stories: more men are quitting nicotine than ever before, a big drop in cholera cases was recorded between 2017 and 2018, and the UN ca...

Weight Loss: Protein-Rich Pahadi Murgh (Chicken) Is Just What You Need In Your Diet Protein rich diet: The pahadi-style chicken dish is so comforting and soul-warming that you won't mind having it every now and then. This chicken dis...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: tobacco burn-out, cholera cases down, ‘shifting the needle’ on climate Among today’s stories: more men are quitting nicotine than ever before, a big drop in cholera cases was recorded between 2017 and 2018, and the UN ca...

Chennai's Annual Year-End Music Festival Is Also The Time For Foodies To Rejoice The annual Madras Marghazi season has acquired a reputation as one of the world's largest music festivals. Many of the major music Sabhas also offer ...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: tobacco burn-out, cholera cases down, ‘shifting the needle’ on climate Among today’s stories: more men are quitting nicotine than ever before, a big drop in cholera cases was recorded between 2017 and 2018, and the UN ca...

UN health agency signals tobacco might be reaching burn-out among men Two decades of increasing tobacco use around the world are set to go into reverse, UN health experts have predicted, after revealing data indicating ...

Light therapy device helps improve some symptoms of dementia Daytime exposure to bright lights may improve a person’s quality of sleep, and could reduce depressive symptoms and agitation associated with dementi...

Exercise reduces falling risk for older adults (Reuters Health) - Older adults who exercise may reduce their risk of falls by more than a third compared to sedentary peers, a research review sugge...

Light therapy device helps improve some symptoms of dementia Daytime exposure to bright lights may improve a person’s quality of sleep, and could reduce depressive symptoms and agitation associated with dementi...

Congress Approves Raising Age to 21 for E-Cigarette and Tobacco Sales President Trump is expected to sign it into law as part of the overall spending package. Some advocates warn that more action is needed to reduce tee...

Exercise reduces falling risk for older adults (Reuters Health) - Older adults who exercise may reduce their risk of falls by more than a third compared to sedentary peers, a research review sugge...

Top 20 food myths debunked with frozen meals confirmed to be as good as fresh Research among 2,000 adults uncovered widespread confusion around food health, with 47 percent having believed something which they later found out t...

Congress Approves Raising Age to 21 for E-Cigarette and Tobacco Sales President Trump is expected to sign it into law as part of the overall spending package. Some advocates warn that more action is needed to reduce tee...

7 Protein-Rich Snacks You Can Eat On The Go Here are some protein-rich snacks that you can carry around and gobble in whenever hunger strikes. Get your protein fix from your snacks that you can...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: tobacco burn-out, cholera cases down, ‘shifting the needle’ on climate Among today’s stories: more men are quitting nicotine than ever before, a big drop in cholera cases was recorded between 2017 and 2018, and the UN ca...

Weight Loss: Protein-Rich Pahadi Murgh (Chicken) Is Just What You Need In Your Diet Protein rich diet: The pahadi-style chicken dish is so comforting and soul-warming that you won't mind having it every now and then. This chicken dis...

Light therapy device helps improve some symptoms of dementia Daytime exposure to bright lights may improve a person’s quality of sleep, and could reduce depressive symptoms and agitation associated with dementi...

CODE ZERO: N.S. health minister hopes new doctors’ agreement will combat growing ER closures Randy Delorey's comments come after Global News analyzed government reports and found a sharp increase in temporary emergency room closures in Nova S...

Woman shares weight loss transformation after slimming down to an impressive size 8 Elizabeth Watkins ballooned to 26st after years of gorging on crisps, chocolate and sweets. The 38-year-old opened up about her weight loss after dro...

Heavy drinking increases risk for heart tissue damage A study in the Journal of the American Heart Association has found that many heavy drinkers have higher levels of three key biomarkers that indicate ...

UN health agency signals tobacco might be reaching burn-out among men Two decades of increasing tobacco use around the world are set to go into reverse, UN health experts have predicted, after revealing data indicating ...

Light therapy device helps improve some symptoms of dementia Daytime exposure to bright lights may improve a person’s quality of sleep, and could reduce depressive symptoms and agitation associated with dementi...

Exercise reduces falling risk for older adults (Reuters Health) - Older adults who exercise may reduce their risk of falls by more than a third compared to sedentary peers, a research review sugge...

Light therapy device helps improve some symptoms of dementia Daytime exposure to bright lights may improve a person’s quality of sleep, and could reduce depressive symptoms and agitation associated with dementi...

Congress Approves Raising Age to 21 for E-Cigarette and Tobacco Sales President Trump is expected to sign it into law as part of the overall spending package. Some advocates warn that more action is needed to reduce tee...

Exercise reduces falling risk for older adults (Reuters Health) - Older adults who exercise may reduce their risk of falls by more than a third compared to sedentary peers, a research review sugge...

Top 20 food myths debunked with frozen meals confirmed to be as good as fresh Research among 2,000 adults uncovered widespread confusion around food health, with 47 percent having believed something which they later found out t...

Pregnant teens face higher rates of depression, poverty and substance use: study Pregnant teenagers are more likely than their adult counterparts to live in poverty, have poor mental health and experience higher rates of substance...

Heavy drinking increases risk for heart tissue damage A study in the Journal of the American Heart Association has found that many heavy drinkers have higher levels of three key biomarkers that indicate ...

Light therapy device helps improve some symptoms of dementia Daytime exposure to bright lights may improve a person’s quality of sleep, and could reduce depressive symptoms and agitation associated with dementi...

CODE ZERO: N.S. health minister hopes new doctors’ agreement will combat growing ER closures Randy Delorey's comments come after Global News analyzed government reports and found a sharp increase in temporary emergency room closures in Nova S...

Woman shares weight loss transformation after slimming down to an impressive size 8 Elizabeth Watkins ballooned to 26st after years of gorging on crisps, chocolate and sweets. The 38-year-old opened up about her weight loss after dro...

Heavy drinking increases risk for heart tissue damage A study in the Journal of the American Heart Association has found that many heavy drinkers have higher levels of three key biomarkers that indicate ...

Daily on Healthcare, sponsored by SBEC: Obamacare taxes bid their farewell Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

What is the best diet for mental health? Research into the effects of diet on mental health is still ongoing, but the findings to date are promising. Learn about what to eat to improve menta...

Boy, 5, gets ‘Hulk’-inspired prosthetic arm, can finally give younger brother hug A 5-year-old British boy who was born without a large portion of his left arm can finally give his younger brother a hug after receiving a “Hulk”-ins...

A New Drug Scourge: Deaths Involving Meth Are Rising Fast Today’s meth is far more potent than earlier versions, but because it isn’t an opioid, many federal addiction treatment funds can’t be used to fight ...

Purdue Pharma Payments to Sackler Family Soared Amid Opioid Crisis A new audit finds that the family directed $10.7 billion from the drugmaker to family-controlled trusts and holding companies, as legal pressure tigh...

Study finds more teens vaping marijuana even as mysterious lung illness claims young lives Fourteen percent of 12th graders said they vaped marijuana in the previous month, nearly double the rate from 2018, the National Institutes of Health...

Monday’s Daily Brief: anti-corruption conference, refugees’ summit, food extremes, Yemen aid Our top stories for Monday include: major international conference on anti-corruption underway; first ever Global Refugee Forum kicks off; global und...

Pregnant teens face higher rates of depression, poverty and substance use: study Pregnant teenagers are more likely than their adult counterparts to live in poverty, have poor mental health and experience higher rates of substance...

Heavy drinking increases risk for heart tissue damage A study in the Journal of the American Heart Association has found that many heavy drinkers have higher levels of three key biomarkers that indicate ...

Joe Kennedy calls on Medicare chief to resign after reports of jewelry claim, PR contracts The Massachusetts Democrat cited POLITICO's reporting that Seema Verma asked taxpayers to cover the cost of $47,000 in stolen jewelry and other items...

Woman, 27, says rare vaginal condition made sex feel like she was being stabbed Katrin Maslenkova found it impossible to lose her virginity at 18. The 27-year-old said her vaginal clamping condition often left her in tears when s...

Boy, 5, gets ‘Hulk’-inspired prosthetic arm, can finally give younger brother hug A 5-year-old British boy who was born without a large portion of his left arm can finally give his younger brother a hug after receiving a “Hulk”-ins...

Losing Weight May Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer Excess body weight is an established risk factor for breast cancer. Research suggests that’s because too much body fat can elevate levels of se...

Daily on Healthcare, sponsored by SBEC: Obamacare taxes bid their farewell Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Boy, 5, gets ‘Hulk’-inspired prosthetic arm, can finally give younger brother hug A 5-year-old British boy who was born without a large portion of his left arm can finally give his younger brother a hug after receiving a “Hulk”-ins...

Daily on Healthcare, sponsored by SBEC: Obamacare taxes bid their farewell Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

What is the best diet for mental health? Research into the effects of diet on mental health is still ongoing, but the findings to date are promising. Learn about what to eat to improve menta...

Boy, 5, gets ‘Hulk’-inspired prosthetic arm, can finally give younger brother hug A 5-year-old British boy who was born without a large portion of his left arm can finally give his younger brother a hug after receiving a “Hulk”-ins...

A New Drug Scourge: Deaths Involving Meth Are Rising Fast Today’s meth is far more potent than earlier versions, but because it isn’t an opioid, many federal addiction treatment funds can’t be used to fight ...

Purdue Pharma Payments to Sackler Family Soared Amid Opioid Crisis A new audit finds that the family directed $10.7 billion from the drugmaker to family-controlled trusts and holding companies, as legal pressure tigh...

Study finds more teens vaping marijuana even as mysterious lung illness claims young lives Fourteen percent of 12th graders said they vaped marijuana in the previous month, nearly double the rate from 2018, the National Institutes of Health...

Monday’s Daily Brief: anti-corruption conference, refugees’ summit, food extremes, Yemen aid Our top stories for Monday include: major international conference on anti-corruption underway; first ever Global Refugee Forum kicks off; global und...

Modern Diets Leading To Obesity And Malnutrition In Poor Countries; Here Are 5 Tips To Avoid Them A recent study claims that the double burden of high levels of both undernutrition and overweight occur primarily in the lowest-income countries - a ...

Congress punts surprise billing and drug prices into 2020 Congress won't address surprise billing or drug prices in year-end government funding negotiations, pushing two top healthcare agenda items related t...

Joe Kennedy calls on Medicare chief to resign after reports of jewelry claim, PR contracts The Massachusetts Democrat cited POLITICO's reporting that Seema Verma asked taxpayers to cover the cost of $47,000 in stolen jewelry and other items...

Joe Kennedy calls on Medicare chief to resign after reports of jewelry claim, PR contracts The Massachusetts Democrat cited POLITICO's reporting that Seema Verma asked taxpayers to cover the cost of $47,000 in stolen jewelry and other items...

Woman, 27, says rare vaginal condition made sex feel like she was being stabbed Katrin Maslenkova found it impossible to lose her virginity at 18. The 27-year-old said her vaginal clamping condition often left her in tears when s...

Boy, 5, gets ‘Hulk’-inspired prosthetic arm, can finally give younger brother hug A 5-year-old British boy who was born without a large portion of his left arm can finally give his younger brother a hug after receiving a “Hulk”-ins...

Losing Weight May Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer Excess body weight is an established risk factor for breast cancer. Research suggests that’s because too much body fat can elevate levels of se...

Daily on Healthcare, sponsored by SBEC: Obamacare taxes bid their farewell Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Boy, 5, gets ‘Hulk’-inspired prosthetic arm, can finally give younger brother hug A 5-year-old British boy who was born without a large portion of his left arm can finally give his younger brother a hug after receiving a “Hulk”-ins...

Anti-ageing drug rejuvenates the mouths and oral microbiome of mice In the first treatment shown to rejuvenate oral health, a drug used for organ transplants has regenerated the bone in which teeth are embedded in mic...

Health expert creates greeting cards to help Canadians ‘gently decline’ holiday invites December is often described as "the most wonderful time of the year," but it can also be the busiest and most stressful, leaving you more susceptible...

A Research Nonprofit Shutters TB Vaccine Effort and Lays Off Scientists A financially troubled Seattle research institute cut back programs, leaving researchers to find new homes for work on infectious diseases like tuber...

Purdue Pharma’s Payments to Sacklers Soared Amid Opioid Crisis A new audit finds that the family directed $10.7 billion from the drugmaker to family-controlled trusts and holding companies, as legal pressure tigh...

Modern Diets Leading To Obesity And Malnutrition In Poor Countries; Here Are 5 Tips To Avoid Them A recent study claims that the double burden of high levels of both undernutrition and overweight occur primarily in the lowest-income countries - a ...

Congress punts surprise billing and drug prices into 2020 Congress won't address surprise billing or drug prices in year-end government funding negotiations, pushing two top healthcare agenda items related t...

Joe Kennedy calls on Medicare chief to resign after reports of jewelry claim, PR contracts The Massachusetts Democrat cited POLITICO's reporting that Seema Verma asked taxpayers to cover the cost of $47,000 in stolen jewelry and other items...

One third of poorer countries face both undernutrition and obesity: WHO report With one in three low and middle-income countries facing the two extremes of malnutrition – undernutrition and obesity – the UN’s health agency WHO i...

Vaping Damages Your Lungs, But Is Still Safer Than Smoking, a Long-Term Study Suggests At the heart of the hysteria over vaping is what seems like a simple question: Is it safer than smoking? Answering that question, however, is complic...

How the Icahn-Ackman 'Battle of the Billionaires' on CNBC became a defining moment of the decade In 2013, hedge fund titans Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn went head to head on "Fast Money Halftime report" regarding Ackman's $1 billion bet against Her...

Woman shares incredible weight loss journey after shedding 4st on simple plan A woman has exclusively revealed her weight loss journey to Daily Star Online. Abigail Adabanka, 27, dropped an impressive 4st by following a simple ...

Anti-ageing drug rejuvenates the mouths and oral microbiome of mice In the first treatment shown to rejuvenate oral health, a drug used for organ transplants has regenerated the bone in which teeth are embedded in mic...

Health expert creates greeting cards to help Canadians ‘gently decline’ holiday invites December is often described as "the most wonderful time of the year," but it can also be the busiest and most stressful, leaving you more susceptible...

A Research Nonprofit Shutters TB Vaccine Effort and Lays Off Scientists A financially troubled Seattle research institute cut back programs, leaving researchers to find new homes for work on infectious diseases like tuber...

Purdue Pharma’s Payments to Sacklers Soared Amid Opioid Crisis A new audit finds that the family directed $10.7 billion from the drugmaker to family-controlled trusts and holding companies, as legal pressure tigh...

A Research Nonprofit Shutters TB Vaccine Effort and Lays Off Scientists A financially troubled Seattle research institute cut back programs, leaving researchers to find new homes for work on infectious diseases like tuber...

Health expert creates greeting cards to help Canadians ‘gently decline’ holiday invites December is often described as "the most wonderful time of the year," but it can also be the busiest and most stressful, leaving you more susceptible...

OxyContin maker's foreign affiliate selling overdose cure The foreign affiliate of the major pharmaceutical company behind OxyContin, a controversial drug blamed in part for unleashing America’s opioid epide...

Woman, 27, says rare vaginal condition made sex feel like she was being stabbed Katrin Maslenkova found it impossible to lose her virginity at 18. The 27-year-old said her vaginal clamping condition often left her in tears when s...

One third of poorer countries face both undernutrition and obesity: WHO report With one in three low and middle-income countries facing the two extremes of malnutrition – undernutrition and obesity – the UN’s health agency WHO i...

Vaping Damages Your Lungs, But Is Still Safer Than Smoking, a Long-Term Study Suggests At the heart of the hysteria over vaping is what seems like a simple question: Is it safer than smoking? Answering that question, however, is complic...

How the Icahn-Ackman 'Battle of the Billionaires' on CNBC became a defining moment of the decade In 2013, hedge fund titans Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn went head to head on "Fast Money Halftime report" regarding Ackman's $1 billion bet against Her...

Woman shares incredible weight loss journey after shedding 4st on simple plan A woman has exclusively revealed her weight loss journey to Daily Star Online. Abigail Adabanka, 27, dropped an impressive 4st by following a simple ...

Indian Cooking Tips: Turn Leftover Rice Into South Indian Appam In Minutes (Recipe Video Inside) Next time you are left with some rice from your last meal, dont let it go waste. Make this authentic south Indian appam in minutes and enjoy a tantal...

Health expert creates greeting cards to help Canadians ‘gently decline’ holiday invites December is often described as "the most wonderful time of the year," but it can also be the busiest and most stressful, leaving you more susceptible...

Texas woman convicted in $5.5M health care fraud scheme, DOJ says A Texas woman was convicted Friday on six counts of health care fraud in connection with a $5.5 million federal workers’ compensation overbilling sch...

A Research Nonprofit Shutters TB Vaccine Effort and Lays Off Scientists A financially troubled Seattle research institute cut back programs, leaving researchers to find new homes for work on infectious diseases like tuber...

Sustainable diet: Everything you need to know Although there is no consensus on which diet is the most sustainable, there are many steps a person can take to reduce their environmental impact. Le...

A Research Nonprofit Shutters TB Vaccine Effort and Lays Off Scientists A financially troubled Seattle research institute cut back programs, leaving researchers to find new homes for work on infectious diseases like tuber...

Health expert creates greeting cards to help Canadians ‘gently decline’ holiday invites December is often described as "the most wonderful time of the year," but it can also be the busiest and most stressful, leaving you more susceptible...

OxyContin maker's foreign affiliate selling overdose cure The foreign affiliate of the major pharmaceutical company behind OxyContin, a controversial drug blamed in part for unleashing America’s opioid epide...

Woman, 27, says rare vaginal condition made sex feel like she was being stabbed Katrin Maslenkova found it impossible to lose her virginity at 18. The 27-year-old said her vaginal clamping condition often left her in tears when s...

Samoa extends measles state of emergency, NZ to fund Pacific vaccination campaign The South Pacific island nation of Samoa on Saturday extended a state of emergency due to a measles outbreak which has killed 72 people, mostly infan...

How the Icahn-Ackman 'Battle of the Billionaires' on CNBC became a defining moment of the decade In 2013, hedge fund titans Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn went head to head on "Fast Money Halftime report" regarding Ackman's $1 billion bet against Her...

A Research Nonprofit Shutters TB Vaccine Effort and Lays Off Scientists A financially troubled Seattle research institute cut back programs, leaving researchers to find new homes for work on infectious diseases like tuber...

Premium changes, Medicaid expansion driving ACA enrollment drop Why have fewer Americans used the federal insurance exchange this year than in years past? Increased premiums for enrollees that receive subsidies, m...

Joe Kennedy calls on Medicare chief to resign after reports of jewelry claim, PR contracts The Massachusetts Democrat cited POLITICO's reporting that Seema Verma asked taxpayers to cover the cost of $47,000 in stolen jewelry and other items...

Indian Cooking Tips: Turn Leftover Rice Into South Indian Appam In Minutes (Recipe Video Inside) Next time you are left with some rice from your last meal, dont let it go waste. Make this authentic south Indian appam in minutes and enjoy a tantal...

Health expert creates greeting cards to help Canadians ‘gently decline’ holiday invites December is often described as "the most wonderful time of the year," but it can also be the busiest and most stressful, leaving you more susceptible...

Texas woman convicted in $5.5M health care fraud scheme, DOJ says A Texas woman was convicted Friday on six counts of health care fraud in connection with a $5.5 million federal workers’ compensation overbilling sch...

A Research Nonprofit Shutters TB Vaccine Effort and Lays Off Scientists A financially troubled Seattle research institute cut back programs, leaving researchers to find new homes for work on infectious diseases like tuber...

Sustainable diet: Everything you need to know Although there is no consensus on which diet is the most sustainable, there are many steps a person can take to reduce their environmental impact. Le...

Joe Kennedy calls on Medicare chief to resign after reports of jewelry claim, PR contracts The Massachusetts Democrat cited POLITICO's reporting that Seema Verma asked taxpayers to cover the cost of $47,000 in stolen jewelry and other items...

Woman, 27, says rare vaginal condition made sex feel like she was being stabbed Katrin Maslenkova found it impossible to lose her virginity at 18. The 27-year-old said her vaginal clamping condition often left her in tears when s...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

How a Ugandan vet saved hundreds of gorillas by treating human disease The best way to protect gorillas is to address human, animal and ecosystem health together, says the Ugandan veterinarian who pioneered the One Healt...

Joe Kennedy calls on Medicare chief to resign after reports of jewelry claim, PR contracts The Massachusetts Democrat cited POLITICO's reporting that Seema Verma asked taxpayers to cover the cost of $47,000 in stolen jewelry and other items...

Samoa extends measles state of emergency, NZ to fund Pacific vaccination campaign The South Pacific island nation of Samoa on Saturday extended a state of emergency due to a measles outbreak which has killed 72 people, mostly infan...

How the Icahn-Ackman 'Battle of the Billionaires' on CNBC became a defining moment of the decade In 2013, hedge fund titans Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn went head to head on "Fast Money Halftime report" regarding Ackman's $1 billion bet against Her...

A Research Nonprofit Shutters TB Vaccine Effort and Lays Off Scientists A financially troubled Seattle research institute cut back programs, leaving researchers to find new homes for work on infectious diseases like tuber...

Premium changes, Medicaid expansion driving ACA enrollment drop Why have fewer Americans used the federal insurance exchange this year than in years past? Increased premiums for enrollees that receive subsidies, m...

Joe Kennedy calls on Medicare chief to resign after reports of jewelry claim, PR contracts The Massachusetts Democrat cited POLITICO's reporting that Seema Verma asked taxpayers to cover the cost of $47,000 in stolen jewelry and other items...

Woman, 27, says rare vaginal condition made sex feel like she was being stabbed Katrin Maslenkova found it impossible to lose her virginity at 18. The 27-year-old said her vaginal clamping condition often left her in tears when s...

Woman's weight loss transformation after shedding 11st without stepping foot in the gym An obese woman has shed over half her body weight after being removed from a roller coaster. Chesley Bishop lost weight with the help of one diet pla...

How the Icahn-Ackman 'Battle of the Billionaires' on CNBC became a defining moment of the decade In 2013, hedge fund titans Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn went head to head on "Fast Money Halftime report" regarding Ackman's $1 billion bet against Her...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Yemen exclusive, India rights, Chile, Ebola updates Our top stories for Friday include an exclusive UN News interview with Yemen Envoy Martin Griffiths; India’s new “discriminatory” citizenship law; a ...

How a Ugandan vet saved hundreds of gorillas by treating human disease The best way to protect gorillas is to address human, animal and ecosystem health together, says the Ugandan veterinarian who pioneered the One Healt...

Woman's weight loss transformation after shedding 11st without stepping foot in the gym An obese woman has shed over half her body weight after being removed from a rollercoaster. Chesley Bishop lost weight with the help of one diet plan...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Joe Kennedy calls on Medicare chief to resign after reports of jewelry claim, PR contracts The Massachusetts Democrat cited POLITICO's reporting that Seema Verma asked taxpayers to cover the cost of $47,000 in stolen jewelry and other items...

Woman, 27, says rare vaginal condition made sex feel like she was being stabbed Katrin Maslenkova found it impossible to lose her virginity at 18. The 27-year-old said her vaginal clamping condition often left her in tears when s...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

How a Ugandan vet saved hundreds of gorillas by treating human disease The best way to protect gorillas is to address human, animal and ecosystem health together, says the Ugandan veterinarian who pioneered the One Healt...

Joe Kennedy calls on Medicare chief to resign after reports of jewelry claim, PR contracts The Massachusetts Democrat cited POLITICO's reporting that Seema Verma asked taxpayers to cover the cost of $47,000 in stolen jewelry and other items...

Universal Health Coverage will ‘drive progress’ on 2030 Development Agenda Last September world leaders at the United Nations endorsed an ambitious political declaration on universal health coverage, “reaffirming that health...

Woman's weight loss transformation after shedding 11st without stepping foot in the gym An obese woman has shed over half her body weight after being removed from a roller coaster. Chesley Bishop lost weight with the help of one diet pla...

Woman, 27, says rare vaginal condition made sex feel like she was being stabbed Katrin Maslenkova found it impossible to lose her virginity at 18. The 27-year-old said her vaginal clamping condition often left her in tears when s...

Woman's weight loss transformation after shedding 11st without stepping foot in the gym An obese woman has shed over half her body weight after being removed from a roller coaster. Chesley Bishop lost weight with the help of one diet pla...

How the Icahn-Ackman 'Battle of the Billionaires' on CNBC became a defining moment of the decade In 2013, hedge fund titans Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn went head to head on "Fast Money Halftime report" regarding Ackman's $1 billion bet against Her...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Yemen exclusive, India rights, Chile, Ebola updates Our top stories for Friday include an exclusive UN News interview with Yemen Envoy Martin Griffiths; India’s new “discriminatory” citizenship law; a ...

How a Ugandan vet saved hundreds of gorillas by treating human disease The best way to protect gorillas is to address human, animal and ecosystem health together, says the Ugandan veterinarian who pioneered the One Healt...

Woman's weight loss transformation after shedding 11st without stepping foot in the gym An obese woman has shed over half her body weight after being removed from a rollercoaster. Chesley Bishop lost weight with the help of one diet plan...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

What are the stages of puberty? Puberty is a time of significant change in the human body. We examine the first signs of puberty in males and females and the changes that each stage...

Risk of breast cancer higher among black men than white men, study finds Black men are more likely than white men to develop hormone receptor positive, or HR+ breast cancer, even though the opposite is the case for women w...

Federal Watchdog Questions Billions of Dollars Paid to Private Medicare Plans A new report from the inspector general’s office criticized insurers for overstating patients’ illnesses without adequate documentation to obtain mor...

Health expert creates greeting cards to help Canadians ‘gently decline’ holiday invites December is often described as "the most wonderful time of the year," but it can also be the busiest and most stressful, leaving you more susceptible...

Health expert creates greeting cards to help Canadians ‘gently decline’ holiday invites December is often described as "the most wonderful time of the year," but it can also be the busiest and most stressful, leaving you more susceptible...

Universal Health Coverage will ‘drive progress’ on 2030 Development Agenda Last September world leaders at the United Nations endorsed an ambitious political declaration on universal health coverage, “reaffirming that health...

Woman's weight loss transformation after shedding 11st without stepping foot in the gym An obese woman has shed over half her body weight after being removed from a roller coaster. Chesley Bishop lost weight with the help of one diet pla...

Up to 43% of Antibiotic Prescriptions in the U.S. Are Unnecessary or Improperly Written, Analysis Finds The World Health Organization earlier this year called antimicrobial resistance—pathogens’ ability to evade medical interventions—o...

Joe Kennedy calls on Medicare chief to resign after reports of jewelry claim, PR contracts The Massachusetts Democrat cited POLITICO's reporting that Seema Verma asked taxpayers to cover the cost of $47,000 in stolen jewelry and other items...

Universal Health Coverage will ‘drive progress’ on 2030 Development Agenda Last September world leaders at the United Nations endorsed an ambitious political declaration on universal health coverage, “reaffirming that health...

How a Ugandan vet saved hundreds of gorillas by treating human disease The best way to protect gorillas is to address human, animal and ecosystem health together, says the Ugandan veterinarian who pioneered the One Healt...

More Americans Are Dying at Home Than in Hospitals In a historic reversal, fewer patients are dying in hospitals. But experts warn that many families are unprepared to care for seriously ill relatives...

Universal Health Coverage will ‘drive progress’ on 2030 Development Agenda Last September world leaders at the United Nations endorsed an ambitious political declaration on universal health coverage, “reaffirming that health...

More Americans Are Dying at Home Than in Hospitals In a historic reversal, fewer patients are dying in hospitals. But experts warn that many families are unprepared to care for seriously ill relatives...

Woman’s arthritis causes bones to dissolve in case of 'telescoping fingers,' report finds A woman’s severe rheumatoid arthritis caused her to develop a bizarre condition known as “telescoping fingers,” according to a case report released t...

What are the stages of puberty? Puberty is a time of significant change in the human body. We examine the first signs of puberty in males and females and the changes that each stage...

Universal Health Coverage will ‘drive progress’ on 2030 Development Agenda Last September world leaders at the United Nations endorsed an ambitious political declaration on universal health coverage, “reaffirming that health...

What are the stages of puberty? Puberty is a time of significant change in the human body. We examine the first signs of puberty in males and females and the changes that each stage...

Risk of breast cancer higher among black men than white men, study finds Black men are more likely than white men to develop hormone receptor positive, or HR+ breast cancer, even though the opposite is the case for women w...

Federal Watchdog Questions Billions of Dollars Paid to Private Medicare Plans A new report from the inspector general’s office criticized insurers for overstating patients’ illnesses without adequate documentation to obtain mor...

Health expert creates greeting cards to help Canadians ‘gently decline’ holiday invites December is often described as "the most wonderful time of the year," but it can also be the busiest and most stressful, leaving you more susceptible...

Health expert creates greeting cards to help Canadians ‘gently decline’ holiday invites December is often described as "the most wonderful time of the year," but it can also be the busiest and most stressful, leaving you more susceptible...

Up to 43% of Antibiotic Prescriptions in the U.S. Are Unnecessary or Improperly Written, Analysis Finds The World Health Organization earlier this year called antimicrobial resistance—pathogens’ ability to evade medical interventions—o...

Joe Kennedy calls on Medicare chief to resign after reports of jewelry claim, PR contracts The Massachusetts Democrat cited POLITICO's reporting that Seema Verma asked taxpayers to cover the cost of $47,000 in stolen jewelry and other items...

Universal Health Coverage will ‘drive progress’ on 2030 Development Agenda Last September world leaders at the United Nations endorsed an ambitious political declaration on universal health coverage, “reaffirming that health...

How a Ugandan vet saved hundreds of gorillas by treating human disease The best way to protect gorillas is to address human, animal and ecosystem health together, says the Ugandan veterinarian who pioneered the One Healt...

More Americans Are Dying at Home Than in Hospitals In a historic reversal, fewer patients are dying in hospitals. But experts warn that many families are unprepared to care for seriously ill relatives...

Universal Health Coverage will ‘drive progress’ on 2030 Development Agenda Last September world leaders at the United Nations endorsed an ambitious political declaration on universal health coverage, “reaffirming that health...

More Americans Are Dying at Home Than in Hospitals In a historic reversal, fewer patients are dying in hospitals. But experts warn that many families are unprepared to care for seriously ill relatives...

Woman’s arthritis causes bones to dissolve in case of 'telescoping fingers,' report finds A woman’s severe rheumatoid arthritis caused her to develop a bizarre condition known as “telescoping fingers,” according to a case report released t...

What are the stages of puberty? Puberty is a time of significant change in the human body. We examine the first signs of puberty in males and females and the changes that each stage...

Universal Health Coverage will ‘drive progress’ on 2030 Development Agenda Last September world leaders at the United Nations endorsed an ambitious political declaration on universal health coverage, “reaffirming that health...

Bipolar disorder, schizophrenia may cause cognitive function declines People receiving treatment for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder may experience a gradual loss of cognitive function -- including declines in verbal...

Christmas party season could have a negative impact on your penis, doctor warns Christmas parties are very fun – but they can lead to health problems if you drink too much alcohol at the occasion. Recently, a doctor described the...

Nearly a Third of Teens Use One or More Tobacco Products While e-cigarettes are still the most popular, teenagers are also smoking other items like cigarillos — another worrisome sign for nicotine addiction...

Christmas party season could have a negative impact on your penis, doctor warns Christmas parties are very fun – but they can lead to health problems if you drink too much alcohol at the occasion. Recently, a doctor described the...

Activists and LGBTQ Groups Say These Facebook Ads Spread Dangerous Misinformation About HIV Drugs Advocacy groups are urging Facebook to remove advertisements that they say unfairly infer that the HIV/AIDS prevention Truvada PrEP (pre-exposure pro...

Yes, arbitration is a free-market solution to surprise billing Even for the Rube Goldberg machine that is the U.S. healthcare system, few policy predicaments are as vexing as surprise medical bills. After leaving...

Yes, arbitration is a free-market solution to surprise billing Even for the Rube Goldberg machine that is the U.S. healthcare system, few policy predicaments are as vexing as surprise medical bills. After leaving...

Why attacking private insurance will undermine Democrats' suburban strategy in 2020 Democrats are hoping to ride a suburban backlash against President Trump to victory in 2020, as they did in 2018. But this suburban strategy could be...

Bipolar disorder, schizophrenia may cause cognitive function declines People receiving treatment for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder may experience a gradual loss of cognitive function -- including declines in verbal...

Christmas party season could have a negative impact on your penis, doctor warns Christmas parties are very fun – but they can lead to health problems if you drink too much alcohol at the occasion. Recently, a doctor described the...

Nearly a Third of Teens Use One or More Tobacco Products While e-cigarettes are still the most popular, teenagers are also smoking other items like cigarillos — another worrisome sign for nicotine addiction...

Christmas party season could have a negative impact on your penis, doctor warns Christmas parties are very fun – but they can lead to health problems if you drink too much alcohol at the occasion. Recently, a doctor described the...

Activists and LGBTQ Groups Say These Facebook Ads Spread Dangerous Misinformation About HIV Drugs Advocacy groups are urging Facebook to remove advertisements that they say unfairly infer that the HIV/AIDS prevention Truvada PrEP (pre-exposure pro...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Christmas party season could have a negative impact on your penis, doctor warns Christmas parties are very fun – but they can lead to health problems if you drink too much alcohol at the occasion. Recently, a doctor described the...

We need to wake up to the potential threat from microplastics The 8 billion tonnes of plastic we have manufactured over the past century or so will break up but not biodegrade - with possible implications for ou...

Yes, arbitration is a free-market solution to surprise billing Even for the Rube Goldberg machine that is the U.S. healthcare system, few policy predicaments are as vexing as surprise medical bills. After leaving...

Yes, arbitration is a free-market solution to surprise billing Even for the Rube Goldberg machine that is the U.S. healthcare system, few policy predicaments are as vexing as surprise medical bills. After leaving...

Why attacking private insurance will undermine Democrats' suburban strategy in 2020 Democrats are hoping to ride a suburban backlash against President Trump to victory in 2020, as they did in 2018. But this suburban strategy could be...

When Drug Side Effects Pose Real Dangers The rule of thumb in medicine — first, do no harm — has as its corollary that the expected benefits of treatment should outweigh its potential risks....

Joe Kennedy calls on Medicare chief to resign after reports of jewelry claim, PR contracts The Massachusetts Democrat cited POLITICO's reporting that Seema Verma asked taxpayers to cover the cost of $47,000 in stolen jewelry and other items...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Christmas party season could have a negative impact on your penis, doctor warns Christmas parties are very fun – but they can lead to health problems if you drink too much alcohol at the occasion. Recently, a doctor described the...

We need to wake up to the potential threat from microplastics The 8 billion tonnes of plastic we have manufactured over the past century or so will break up but not biodegrade - with possible implications for ou...

Monthly contraception pill developed by scientists to slash unwanted pregnancies A new contraception pill which women can take once a month has been developed. Scientists say the breakthrough could decrease the chances of an unwan...

Pete Frates, inspiration for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, dies at 34 "He was a noble fighter who inspired us all to use our talents and strengths in the service of others," the Frates family said in a statement Monday,...

J&J CEO spurns U.S. congressional hearing on carcinogens in talc products Johnson & Johnson Chief Executive Officer Alex Gorsky has declined to appear at a U.S. congressional hearing set for Tuesday on the safety of the com...

When Drug Side Effects Pose Real Dangers The rule of thumb in medicine — first, do no harm — has as its corollary that the expected benefits of treatment should outweigh its potential risks....

Joe Kennedy calls on Medicare chief to resign after reports of jewelry claim, PR contracts The Massachusetts Democrat cited POLITICO's reporting that Seema Verma asked taxpayers to cover the cost of $47,000 in stolen jewelry and other items...

Breast cancer: Does hair dye increase risk? A recent study links permanent hair dye and chemical straighteners to an increase in breast cancer risk. In this article, we put the findings into co...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Samoa measles epidemic, Dozens die off Mauritania, Volunteer Day and Zambia’s food troubles A recap of Thursday’s top stories: Dozens of migrants drowned off Mauritanian coast; measles grip Samoa as social media campaigns spread misinformati...

Tom Kerridge weight loss: TV chef lifts lid on secrets to success in new book Tom Kerridge has celebrated a 12st weight loss transformation. The Michelin-starred chef transformed his body by following the "dopamine diet". And i...

Nearly a Third of Teens Use One or More Tobacco Products While e-cigarettes are still the most popular, teenagers are also smoking other items like cigarillos — another worrisome sign for nicotine addiction...

Tom Kerridge weight loss: TV chef lifts lid on secrets to success in new book Tom Kerridge has celebrated a 12st weight loss transformation. The Michelin-starred chef transformed his body by following the "dopamine diet". And i...

Monthly contraception pill developed by scientists to slash unwanted pregnancies A new contraception pill which women can take once a month has been developed. Scientists say the breakthrough could decrease the chances of an unwan...

Pete Frates, inspiration for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, dies at 34 "He was a noble fighter who inspired us all to use our talents and strengths in the service of others," the Frates family said in a statement Monday,...

J&J CEO spurns U.S. congressional hearing on carcinogens in talc products Johnson & Johnson Chief Executive Officer Alex Gorsky has declined to appear at a U.S. congressional hearing set for Tuesday on the safety of the com...

Clinical trial to test stem cells against type 1 diabetes Researchers believe they may help restore normal immune function in adults with type 1 disease with injections of stem cells, enabling the pancreas t...

Nearly a Third of Teens Use One or More Tobacco Products While e-cigarettes are still the most popular, teenagers are also smoking other items like cigarillos — another worrisome sign for nicotine addiction...

Nearly a Third of Teens Use One or More Tobacco Products While e-cigarettes are still the most popular, teenagers are also smoking other items like cigarillos — another worrisome sign for nicotine addiction...

Clinical trial to test stem cells against type 1 diabetes Researchers believe they may help restore normal immune function in adults with type 1 disease with injections of stem cells, enabling the pancreas t...

These Brands May Be to Blame for Vaping-Related Illnesses, According to CDC Report Dank Vapes seem to be associated with many cases of e-cigarette and vaping-product associated lung injury (EVALI) popping up across the country, the ...

Clinical trial to test stem cells against type 1 diabetes Researchers believe they may help restore normal immune function in adults with type 1 disease with injections of stem cells, enabling the pancreas t...

Breast cancer: Does hair dye increase risk? A recent study links permanent hair dye and chemical straighteners to an increase in breast cancer risk. In this article, we put the findings into co...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Samoa measles epidemic, Dozens die off Mauritania, Volunteer Day and Zambia’s food troubles A recap of Thursday’s top stories: Dozens of migrants drowned off Mauritanian coast; measles grip Samoa as social media campaigns spread misinformati...

Tom Kerridge weight loss: TV chef lifts lid on secrets to success in new book Tom Kerridge has celebrated a 12st weight loss transformation. The Michelin-starred chef transformed his body by following the "dopamine diet". And i...

Nearly a Third of Teens Use One or More Tobacco Products While e-cigarettes are still the most popular, teenagers are also smoking other items like cigarillos — another worrisome sign for nicotine addiction...

Tom Kerridge weight loss: TV chef lifts lid on secrets to success in new book Tom Kerridge has celebrated a 12st weight loss transformation. The Michelin-starred chef transformed his body by following the "dopamine diet". And i...

Monthly contraception pill developed by scientists to slash unwanted pregnancies A new contraception pill which women can take once a month has been developed. Scientists say the breakthrough could decrease the chances of an unwan...

Exclusive: Two pigs engineered to have monkey cells born in China Two pig-monkey chimeras were born in China but died within a week. This is the first time live pigs have been created that contain some primate cells...

Kissing bug bites: Symptoms, risks, and treatments Sustaining a kissing bug bite may lead to Chagas disease or allergic reactions. In this article, learn about the symptoms, risks, and treatments asso...

Study confirms the healthcare dangers of a public option The public option appears to have overtaken "Medicare for all" as the Democrats' preferred approach to healthcare reform. Nearly nine in 10 Democrats...

Clinical trial to test stem cells against type 1 diabetes Researchers believe they may help restore normal immune function in adults with type 1 disease with injections of stem cells, enabling the pancreas t...

Protein-Rich: This Soya Sandwich Is Perfect For Your Weight Loss Diet (Recipe Inside) High-Protein Diet: If you are wondering how to start consuming soya regularly, here is a great recipe of soya sandwich to give you a head-start. Soya...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Samoa measles epidemic, Dozens die off Mauritania, Volunteer Day and Zambia’s food troubles A recap of Thursday’s top stories: Dozens of migrants drowned off Mauritanian coast; measles grip Samoa as social media campaigns spread misinformati...

Clinical trial to test stem cells against type 1 diabetes Researchers believe they may help restore normal immune function in adults with type 1 disease with injections of stem cells, enabling the pancreas t...

Nearly a Third of Teens Use One or More Tobacco Products While e-cigarettes are still the most popular, teenagers are also smoking other items like cigarillos — another worrisome sign for nicotine addiction...

Nearly a Third of Teens Use One or More Tobacco Products While e-cigarettes are still the most popular, teenagers are also smoking other items like cigarillos — another worrisome sign for nicotine addiction...

Clinical trial to test stem cells against type 1 diabetes Researchers believe they may help restore normal immune function in adults with type 1 disease with injections of stem cells, enabling the pancreas t...

These Brands May Be to Blame for Vaping-Related Illnesses, According to CDC Report Dank Vapes seem to be associated with many cases of e-cigarette and vaping-product associated lung injury (EVALI) popping up across the country, the ...

Clinical trial to test stem cells against type 1 diabetes Researchers believe they may help restore normal immune function in adults with type 1 disease with injections of stem cells, enabling the pancreas t...

Half of lymphoma patients alive three years after Gilead cell therapy treatment: study Nearly half of lymphoma patients treated with Gilead Sciences Inc's Yescarta were alive at least three years after a one-time infusion of the CAR-T c...

Poverty May Lead To Poor Health By Limiting People's Access To Healthy Food: Study The study established a relationship between low microbial diversity and poor health, including obesity, metabolic problems and various mental health...

Nearly a Third of Teens Use One or More Tobacco Products While e-cigarettes are still the most popular, teenagers are also smoking other items like cigarillos — another worrisome sign for nicotine addiction...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Samoa measles epidemic, Dozens die off Mauritania, Volunteer Day and Zambia’s food troubles A recap of Thursday’s top stories: Dozens of migrants drowned off Mauritanian coast; measles grip Samoa as social media campaigns spread misinformati...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Monthly contraception pill developed by scientists to slash unwanted pregnancies A new contraception pill which women can take once a month has been developed. Scientists say the breakthrough could decrease the chances of an unwan...

Exclusive: Two pigs engineered to have monkey cells born in China Two pig-monkey chimeras were born in China but died within a week. This is the first time live pigs have been created that contain some primate cells...

Kissing bug bites: Symptoms, risks, and treatments Sustaining a kissing bug bite may lead to Chagas disease or allergic reactions. In this article, learn about the symptoms, risks, and treatments asso...

Study confirms the healthcare dangers of a public option The public option appears to have overtaken "Medicare for all" as the Democrats' preferred approach to healthcare reform. Nearly nine in 10 Democrats...

Clinical trial to test stem cells against type 1 diabetes Researchers believe they may help restore normal immune function in adults with type 1 disease with injections of stem cells, enabling the pancreas t...

Protein-Rich: This Soya Sandwich Is Perfect For Your Weight Loss Diet (Recipe Inside) High-Protein Diet: If you are wondering how to start consuming soya regularly, here is a great recipe of soya sandwich to give you a head-start. Soya...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Samoa measles epidemic, Dozens die off Mauritania, Volunteer Day and Zambia’s food troubles A recap of Thursday’s top stories: Dozens of migrants drowned off Mauritanian coast; measles grip Samoa as social media campaigns spread misinformati...

Ordering Pizza On Food App Left A Bengaluru Man Poorer By Rs 95K The Bengaluru techie fell prey to an online scam and lost a whopping INR 95,000 after ordering a pizza online. The incident took place on the afterno...

Clinical trial to test stem cells against type 1 diabetes Researchers believe they may help restore normal immune function in adults with type 1 disease with injections of stem cells, enabling the pancreas t...

Woman with severe eczema said sheets were filled with dead skin each morning: It was 'like a sandpit' A 23-year-old British woman with eczema says the skin condition “was controlling [her] life” and affecting her mental health after steroid-based crea...

Nearly a Third of Teens Use One or More Tobacco Products While e-cigarettes are still the most popular, teenagers are also smoking other items like cigarillos — another worrisome sign for nicotine addiction...

Managing maternal mental health in winter months Chilly winter conditions can make it tough for new mothers to step out of the house. Learn how moms can fight off isolation during the tough winter m...

Poverty May Lead To Poor Health By Limiting People's Access To Healthy Food: Study The study established a relationship between low microbial diversity and poor health, including obesity, metabolic problems and various mental health...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Samoa measles epidemic, Dozens die off Mauritania, Volunteer Day and Zambia’s food troubles A recap of Thursday’s top stories: Dozens of migrants drowned off Mauritanian coast; measles grip Samoa as social media campaigns spread misinformati...

Half of lymphoma patients alive three years after Gilead cell therapy treatment: study Nearly half of lymphoma patients treated with Gilead Sciences Inc's Yescarta were alive at least three years after a one-time infusion of the CAR-T c...

Poverty May Lead To Poor Health By Limiting People's Access To Healthy Food: Study The study established a relationship between low microbial diversity and poor health, including obesity, metabolic problems and various mental health...

Nearly a Third of Teens Use One or More Tobacco Products While e-cigarettes are still the most popular, teenagers are also smoking other items like cigarillos — another worrisome sign for nicotine addiction...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Samoa measles epidemic, Dozens die off Mauritania, Volunteer Day and Zambia’s food troubles A recap of Thursday’s top stories: Dozens of migrants drowned off Mauritanian coast; measles grip Samoa as social media campaigns spread misinformati...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Study confirms the healthcare dangers of a public option The public option appears to have overtaken "Medicare for all" as the Democrats' preferred approach to healthcare reform. Nearly nine in 10 Democrats...

Clinical trial to test stem cells against type 1 diabetes Researchers believe they may help restore normal immune function in adults with type 1 disease with injections of stem cells, enabling the pancreas t...

Clinical trial to test stem cells against type 1 diabetes Researchers believe they may help restore normal immune function in adults with type 1 disease with injections of stem cells, enabling the pancreas t...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Samoa measles epidemic, Dozens die off Mauritania, Volunteer Day and Zambia’s food troubles A recap of Thursday’s top stories: Dozens of migrants drowned off Mauritanian coast; measles grip Samoa as social media campaigns spread misinformati...

Exclusive: Two pigs engineered to have monkey cells born in China Two pig-monkey chimeras were born in China but died within a week. This is the first time live pigs have been created that contain some primate cells...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Ordering Pizza On Food App Left A Bengaluru Man Poorer By Rs 95K The Bengaluru techie fell prey to an online scam and lost a whopping INR 95,000 after ordering a pizza online. The incident took place on the afterno...

Clinical trial to test stem cells against type 1 diabetes Researchers believe they may help restore normal immune function in adults with type 1 disease with injections of stem cells, enabling the pancreas t...

Woman with severe eczema said sheets were filled with dead skin each morning: It was 'like a sandpit' A 23-year-old British woman with eczema says the skin condition “was controlling [her] life” and affecting her mental health after steroid-based crea...

Nearly a Third of Teens Use One or More Tobacco Products While e-cigarettes are still the most popular, teenagers are also smoking other items like cigarillos — another worrisome sign for nicotine addiction...

Managing maternal mental health in winter months Chilly winter conditions can make it tough for new mothers to step out of the house. Learn how moms can fight off isolation during the tough winter m...

Poverty May Lead To Poor Health By Limiting People's Access To Healthy Food: Study The study established a relationship between low microbial diversity and poor health, including obesity, metabolic problems and various mental health...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Samoa measles epidemic, Dozens die off Mauritania, Volunteer Day and Zambia’s food troubles A recap of Thursday’s top stories: Dozens of migrants drowned off Mauritanian coast; measles grip Samoa as social media campaigns spread misinformati...

Company pushes Alzheimer’s drug amid conflicting results Aducanumab's developers stopped two studies earlier this year because it didn’t seem to be working, then did a stunning about-face in October and sai...

Correvio slumps after FDA staffers say benefits of heart drug do not outweigh risks U.S. Food and Drug Administration staffers reviewing Correvio Pharma Corp's heart drug said on Friday they did not believe the benefits of the therap...

U.S. recorded 15 cases of measles over the past month The United States recorded 15 measles cases over about a month as of Dec. 5, taking the total cases for the year to 1,276 in the worst outbreak since...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Samoa measles epidemic, Dozens die off Mauritania, Volunteer Day and Zambia’s food troubles A recap of Thursday’s top stories: Dozens of migrants drowned off Mauritanian coast; measles grip Samoa as social media campaigns spread misinformati...

Denmark Raises Antibiotic-Free Pigs. Why Can’t the U.S.? American pigs are raised on a liberal diet of antibiotics, fueling the rise of resistant germs. Danish pork producers are proving there’s a better wa...

Woman unveils transformation after maid of honour moment led to 7st weight loss Paulette Abourjaily dropped 7st after "trying to squeeze herself into a full body spanx" at her best friend's wedding. The Boston woman says she has ...

Study confirms the healthcare dangers of a public option The public option appears to have overtaken "Medicare for all" as the Democrats' preferred approach to healthcare reform. Nearly nine in 10 Democrats...

Clinical trial to test stem cells against type 1 diabetes Researchers believe they may help restore normal immune function in adults with type 1 disease with injections of stem cells, enabling the pancreas t...

Clinical trial to test stem cells against type 1 diabetes Researchers believe they may help restore normal immune function in adults with type 1 disease with injections of stem cells, enabling the pancreas t...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Samoa measles epidemic, Dozens die off Mauritania, Volunteer Day and Zambia’s food troubles A recap of Thursday’s top stories: Dozens of migrants drowned off Mauritanian coast; measles grip Samoa as social media campaigns spread misinformati...

Exclusive: Two pigs engineered to have monkey cells born in China Two pig-monkey chimeras were born in China but died within a week. This is the first time live pigs have been created that contain some primate cells...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Can essential oils help lower hypertension? Many people look for natural treatments, such as essential oils, for high blood pressure. Learn which of these oils may help and how to use them safe...

How To Make Traditional Maharashtrian Pithla At Home (Recipe Video Inside) Pithla is usually paired with bhakri (flatbread) along with thecha (a green chilli relish). Pithala is cooked until it reaches a semisolid and luscio...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Samoa measles epidemic, Dozens die off Mauritania, Volunteer Day and Zambia’s food troubles A recap of Thursday’s top stories: Dozens of migrants drowned off Mauritanian coast; measles grip Samoa as social media campaigns spread misinformati...

FDA probes diabetes drug metformin for carcinogen NDMA The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating whether the diabetes drug metformin had unsafe levels of a cancer-causing chemical and will re...

WHO, CDC data shows measles cases up 30 percent globally Although 2018 was a relatively quiet year for measles in the U.S. -- with just 372 confirmed cases -- nearly 9.8 million people were diagnosed with m...

HIV prevention on demand? Pharmacists have more power in some states than patients might realize. They vaccinate, provide overdose-reversal antidotes, and even prescribe birth...

Experimental Alzheimer's drug leaves scientists split over effectiveness A company that claims to have the first drug to slow mental decline from Alzheimer’s disease made its case to scientists Thursday, but left them shar...

WHO decries 'collective failure' as measles kills 140,000 Measles infected nearly 10 million people in 2018 and killed 140,000, mostly children, as devastating outbreaks of the viral disease hit every region...

Company pushes Alzheimer’s drug amid conflicting results Aducanumab's developers stopped two studies earlier this year because it didn’t seem to be working, then did a stunning about-face in October and sai...

Correvio slumps after FDA staffers say benefits of heart drug do not outweigh risks U.S. Food and Drug Administration staffers reviewing Correvio Pharma Corp's heart drug said on Friday they did not believe the benefits of the therap...

U.S. recorded 15 cases of measles over the past month The United States recorded 15 measles cases over about a month as of Dec. 5, taking the total cases for the year to 1,276 in the worst outbreak since...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Samoa measles epidemic, Dozens die off Mauritania, Volunteer Day and Zambia’s food troubles A recap of Thursday’s top stories: Dozens of migrants drowned off Mauritanian coast; measles grip Samoa as social media campaigns spread misinformati...

Denmark Raises Antibiotic-Free Pigs. Why Can’t the U.S.? American pigs are raised on a liberal diet of antibiotics, fueling the rise of resistant germs. Danish pork producers are proving there’s a better wa...

Woman unveils transformation after maid of honour moment led to 7st weight loss Paulette Abourjaily dropped 7st after "trying to squeeze herself into a full body spanx" at her best friend's wedding. The Boston woman says she has ...

Nearly 4,000 Americans per year injured while using cellphones, study finds An analysis published Thursday in the journal JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery estimates that as many as 4,000 Americans suffer injuries relat...

White House claims Pelosi's drug-pricing bill would result in 100 fewer drugs over decade The report from the administration suggests far greater consequences for both the drug industry and American consumers if Pelosi's bill is enact...

Can essential oils help lower hypertension? Many people look for natural treatments, such as essential oils, for high blood pressure. Learn which of these oils may help and how to use them safe...

How To Make Traditional Maharashtrian Pithla At Home (Recipe Video Inside) Pithla is usually paired with bhakri (flatbread) along with thecha (a green chilli relish). Pithala is cooked until it reaches a semisolid and luscio...

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Samoa measles epidemic, Dozens die off Mauritania, Volunteer Day and Zambia’s food troubles A recap of Thursday’s top stories: Dozens of migrants drowned off Mauritanian coast; measles grip Samoa as social media campaigns spread misinformati...

FDA probes diabetes drug metformin for carcinogen NDMA The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating whether the diabetes drug metformin had unsafe levels of a cancer-causing chemical and will re...

WHO, CDC data shows measles cases up 30 percent globally Although 2018 was a relatively quiet year for measles in the U.S. -- with just 372 confirmed cases -- nearly 9.8 million people were diagnosed with m...

HIV prevention on demand? Pharmacists have more power in some states than patients might realize. They vaccinate, provide overdose-reversal antidotes, and even prescribe birth...

Experimental Alzheimer's drug leaves scientists split over effectiveness A company that claims to have the first drug to slow mental decline from Alzheimer’s disease made its case to scientists Thursday, but left them shar...

WHO decries 'collective failure' as measles kills 140,000 Measles infected nearly 10 million people in 2018 and killed 140,000, mostly children, as devastating outbreaks of the viral disease hit every region...

Nipples are the part of a women's breast most stared at by both sexes, study finds Eye-tracking technology has found which part of the breast is stared at the most. Plastic surgeons say the study could help improve the outcome of co...

Alaska teen becomes state’s first vaping-related illness case A teenager in Alaska has officially become the state’s first case of e-cigarette or vaping product use associated lung injury, or EVALI. Until now, T...

What to know about bleeding after a Pap smear Light bleeding after a Pap smear is not uncommon as the test can irritate the cervix. Learn more about why bleeding can occur after a Pap smear here....

Nearly 4,000 Americans per year injured while using cellphones, study finds An analysis published Thursday in the journal JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery estimates that as many as 4,000 Americans suffer injuries relat...

White House claims Pelosi's drug-pricing bill would result in 100 fewer drugs over decade The report from the administration suggests far greater consequences for both the drug industry and American consumers if Pelosi's bill is enact...

Hospitals Sue Trump to Keep Negotiated Prices Secret The administration wants to require hospitals to reveal the rates they privately negotiate with insurers for all sorts of procedures, amid the public...

EPA ignores health benefits of coal rule it plans to weaken: economists A U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposal to weaken a rule on coal plant pollution fails to consider billions of dollars in health benefits for...

ACA health coverage enrollments down 300K from same time last year For the most recent week of ACA health insurance enrollment, just over 500,000 people signed up for coverage for 2020. The open enrollment period for...

Researchers Make Progress Toward a Monthly Birth Control Pill Birth control pills are among the most effective ways to prevent pregnancy, but only if women faithfully take them every day. Human nature being what...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Hospitals Sue Trump to Keep Negotiated Prices Secret The administration wants to require hospitals to reveal the rates they privately negotiate with insurers for all sorts of procedures, amid the public...

Nipples are the part of a women's breast most stared at by both sexes, study finds Eye-tracking technology has found which part of the breast is stared at the most. Plastic surgeons say the study could help improve the outcome of co...

Alaska teen becomes state’s first vaping-related illness case A teenager in Alaska has officially become the state’s first case of e-cigarette or vaping product use associated lung injury, or EVALI. Until now, T...

What to know about bleeding after a Pap smear Light bleeding after a Pap smear is not uncommon as the test can irritate the cervix. Learn more about why bleeding can occur after a Pap smear here....

Johnson & Johnson says new tests show no asbestos in Johnson's Baby Powder Johnson & Johnson said on Tuesday that recent tests showed that Johnson's Baby Powder was free of asbestos, after U.S. Food and Drug Administration i...

F.D.A. Nominee Clears Senate Panel As a teen vaping and health crisis dominates public concerns, the Food and Drug Administration has been without a permanent commissioner since April....

Nipples are the part of a women's breast most stared at by both sexes, study finds Eye-tracking technology has found which part of the breast is stared at the most. Plastic surgeons say the study could help improve the outcome of co...

Could life insurance go up in smoke for some vapers? Global reinsurers are stepping up their warnings to life insurer clients about the potential risks of vaping, putting pressure on underwriters to cha...

More than one-third of U.S. adults not getting flu shot this year, survey finds The AmeriSpeak Spotlight on Health survey found that just 44 percent of responding U.S. adults had received the influenza vaccine as of November 11, ...

Hospitals Sue Trump to Keep Negotiated Prices Secret The administration wants to require hospitals to reveal the rates they privately negotiate with insurers for all sorts of procedures, amid the public...

EPA ignores health benefits of coal rule it plans to weaken: economists A U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposal to weaken a rule on coal plant pollution fails to consider billions of dollars in health benefits for...

ACA health coverage enrollments down 300K from same time last year For the most recent week of ACA health insurance enrollment, just over 500,000 people signed up for coverage for 2020. The open enrollment period for...

Researchers Make Progress Toward a Monthly Birth Control Pill Birth control pills are among the most effective ways to prevent pregnancy, but only if women faithfully take them every day. Human nature being what...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Hospitals Sue Trump to Keep Negotiated Prices Secret The administration wants to require hospitals to reveal the rates they privately negotiate with insurers for all sorts of procedures, amid the public...

A Measles Outbreak in Samoa Has Killed 53 People and Infected 2% of the Population As the measles virus continues to spread worldwide, Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Sailele Malielegaoi announced Monday that Samoa will ta...

Councillors want ‘more aggressive’ plan to remove Calgary’s lead pipes following Tainted Water investigation A pair of Calgary councillors want the city to begin planning the “accelerated and full removal of lead water service pipes” in the wake of the Taint...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: climate crisis reports, renewal in Iraq, Zimbabwe’s hunger crisis, Disabilities Day A recap of Tuesday’s stories: New climate change reports on human health and global warming; Zimbabwe’s ‘worst hunger crisis in a decade’; protests a...

Councillors want ‘more aggressive’ plan to remove Calgary’s lead pipes following Tainted Water investigation A pair of Calgary councillors want the city to begin planning the “accelerated and full removal of lead water service pipes” in the wake of the Taint...

Johnson & Johnson says new tests show no asbestos in Johnson's Baby Powder Johnson & Johnson said on Tuesday that recent tests showed that Johnson's Baby Powder was free of asbestos, after U.S. Food and Drug Administration i...

F.D.A. Nominee Clears Senate Panel As a teen vaping and health crisis dominates public concerns, the Food and Drug Administration has been without a permanent commissioner since April....

Nipples are the part of a women's breast most stared at by both sexes, study finds Eye-tracking technology has found which part of the breast is stared at the most. Plastic surgeons say the study could help improve the outcome of co...

Could life insurance go up in smoke for some vapers? Global reinsurers are stepping up their warnings to life insurer clients about the potential risks of vaping, putting pressure on underwriters to cha...

More than one-third of U.S. adults not getting flu shot this year, survey finds The AmeriSpeak Spotlight on Health survey found that just 44 percent of responding U.S. adults had received the influenza vaccine as of November 11, ...

A Measles Outbreak in Samoa Has Killed 53 People and Infected 2% of the Population As the measles virus continues to spread worldwide, Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Sailele Malielegaoi announced Monday that Samoa will ta...

A Measles Outbreak in Samoa Has Killed 53 People and Infected 2% of the Population As the measles virus continues to spread worldwide, Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Sailele Malielegaoi announced Monday that Samoa will ta...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

University to Students on Medicaid: Buy Private Coverage, or Drop Out Just as Idaho expands Medicaid to cover thousands of low-income residents, Brigham Young University’s campus there will no longer accept the free gov...

Councillors want ‘more aggressive’ plan to remove Calgary’s lead pipes following Tainted Water investigation A pair of Calgary councillors want the city to begin planning the “accelerated and full removal of lead water service pipes” in the wake of the Taint...

'Sci-fi' electrode sleeve offers new hope for millions of paralysis patients Cutting-edge technology is giving new hope to millions of people living with paralysis across the United States. Researchers at The Feinstein Institu...

Climate change hits health, yet funds lacking: WHO Climate change is harming human health as more people suffer from heat stress, extreme weather and mosquito-borne diseases including malaria, the Wor...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

A Measles Outbreak in Samoa Has Killed 53 People and Infected 2% of the Population As the measles virus continues to spread worldwide, Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Sailele Malielegaoi announced Monday that Samoa will ta...

Councillors want ‘more aggressive’ plan to remove Calgary’s lead pipes following Tainted Water investigation A pair of Calgary councillors want the city to begin planning the “accelerated and full removal of lead water service pipes” in the wake of the Taint...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: climate crisis reports, renewal in Iraq, Zimbabwe’s hunger crisis, Disabilities Day A recap of Tuesday’s stories: New climate change reports on human health and global warming; Zimbabwe’s ‘worst hunger crisis in a decade’; protests a...

Councillors want ‘more aggressive’ plan to remove Calgary’s lead pipes following Tainted Water investigation A pair of Calgary councillors want the city to begin planning the “accelerated and full removal of lead water service pipes” in the wake of the Taint...

'Prediabetes' common in U.S. teens, young adults (Reuters Health) - About one in five teens and one in four young adults in the U.S. have slightly elevated blood sugar, sometimes known as "prediabet...

Can you smoke and donate blood? Almost everyone can donate blood. However, some people who use nicotine or cannabis products may wonder if they are eligible blood donors. Learn more...

Councillors want ‘more aggressive’ plan to remove Calgary’s lead pipes following Tainted Water investigation A pair of Calgary councillors want the city to begin planning the “accelerated and full removal of lead water service pipes” in the wake of the Taint...

Plants, the ‘core basis for life on Earth’, under increasing threat, warns UN food agency Plants, which make up 80 percent of the food we eat, and produce 98 percent of the oxygen we breathe, are “under constant and increasing threat from ...

A Measles Outbreak in Samoa Has Killed 53 People and Infected 2% of the Population As the measles virus continues to spread worldwide, Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Sailele Malielegaoi announced Monday that Samoa will ta...

A Measles Outbreak in Samoa Has Killed 53 People and Infected 2% of the Population As the measles virus continues to spread worldwide, Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Sailele Malielegaoi announced Monday that Samoa will ta...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

University to Students on Medicaid: Buy Private Coverage, or Drop Out Just as Idaho expands Medicaid to cover thousands of low-income residents, Brigham Young University’s campus there will no longer accept the free gov...

Councillors want ‘more aggressive’ plan to remove Calgary’s lead pipes following Tainted Water investigation A pair of Calgary councillors want the city to begin planning the “accelerated and full removal of lead water service pipes” in the wake of the Taint...

'Sci-fi' electrode sleeve offers new hope for millions of paralysis patients Cutting-edge technology is giving new hope to millions of people living with paralysis across the United States. Researchers at The Feinstein Institu...

Climate change hits health, yet funds lacking: WHO Climate change is harming human health as more people suffer from heat stress, extreme weather and mosquito-borne diseases including malaria, the Wor...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

How To Make Restaurant-Style Paneer Tikka At Home Succulent cottage cheese cubes, tossed in a juicy mix of spices and veggies, skewered till perfection - paneer tikka is a crowd favourite, relished b...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Political solution ‘long overdue’ to protect the children of eastern Ukraine Nearly half a million children in eastern Ukraine continue to face “grave risks” to their physical health and psychological well-being, the UN Childr...

'Prediabetes' common in U.S. teens, young adults (Reuters Health) - About one in five teens and one in four young adults in the U.S. have slightly elevated blood sugar, sometimes known as "prediabet...

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Armed groups kill Ebola health workers in eastern DR Congo Deadly night-time attacks by armed groups have once again claimed the lives of frontline healthworkers helping to confront the deadly Ebola virus in ...

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Armed groups kill Ebola health workers in eastern DR Congo Deadly night-time attacks by armed groups have once again claimed the lives of frontline healthworkers helping to confront the deadly Ebola virus in ...

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WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Political solution ‘long overdue’ to protect the children of eastern Ukraine Nearly half a million children in eastern Ukraine continue to face “grave risks” to their physical health and psychological well-being, the UN Childr...

Mounting drug shortages delay treatments for patients with bladder cancer BCG is one of more than a 100 drugs listed by the FDA as in shortage this year. It's a persistent issue plaguing the U.S. health system, spannin...

A Change in Medicare Has Therapists Alarmed Medicare revamped its reimbursement policy for physical, occupational and speech therapy in nursing homes. That has left some patients with less help...

Mounting drug shortages delay treatments for patients with bladder cancer BCG is one of more than a 100 drugs listed by the FDA as in shortage this year. It's a persistent issue plaguing the U.S. health system, spannin...

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Armed groups kill Ebola health workers in eastern DR Congo Deadly night-time attacks by armed groups have once again claimed the lives of frontline healthworkers helping to confront the deadly Ebola virus in ...

Dad-of-two sheds more than 2st and gets seriously ripped in 16 weeks Chris Anderson, 38, struggled with his weight since he was young. The Scotsman has now revealed how he lost weight and got ridiculously toned in 16 w...

Armed groups kill Ebola health workers in eastern DR Congo Deadly night-time attacks by armed groups have once again claimed the lives of frontline healthworkers helping to confront the deadly Ebola virus in ...

New rules for gay and bisexual male blood donors found to be safe Allowing men in the UK who have sex with men to donate blood if they abstain from sex for three months has been successful, with no rise in HIV-infec...

Painful ‘text neck’ is hurting your posture — here’s how to fix it Headaches, back pain, neck pain and a curved posture are just some of the issues from “text neck”, which is the awkward position your body is in when...

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Doctors warn against ‘bum sunning’ ritual as it 'increases skin cancer risk' A top doctor has urged women to not try a "bun sunning" ritual after it went viral earlier this week. Dr Jennifer Gunter claims the bizarre method co...

Mounting drug shortages delay treatments for patients with bladder cancer BCG is one of more than a 100 drugs listed by the FDA as in shortage this year. It's a persistent issue plaguing the U.S. health system, spannin...

A Change in Medicare Has Therapists Alarmed Medicare revamped its reimbursement policy for physical, occupational and speech therapy in nursing homes. That has left some patients with less help...

Mounting drug shortages delay treatments for patients with bladder cancer BCG is one of more than a 100 drugs listed by the FDA as in shortage this year. It's a persistent issue plaguing the U.S. health system, spannin...

Armed groups kill Ebola health workers in eastern DR Congo Deadly night-time attacks by armed groups have once again claimed the lives of frontline healthworkers helping to confront the deadly Ebola virus in ...

Buyer beware: Groups issue toy safety warnings ahead of Black Friday After the Thanksgiving turkey comes Black Friday holiday gift shopping, and with it warnings about how parents can avoid purchasing dangerous toys fo...

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Painful ‘text neck’ is hurting your posture — here’s how to fix it Headaches, back pain, neck pain and a curved posture are just some of the issues from “text neck”, which is the awkward position your body is in when...

Painful ‘text neck’ is hurting your posture — here’s how to fix it Headaches, back pain, neck pain and a curved posture are just some of the issues from “text neck”, which is the awkward position your body is in when...

Painful ‘text neck’ is hurting your posture — here’s how to fix it Headaches, back pain, neck pain and a curved posture are just some of the issues from “text neck”, which is the awkward position your body is in when...

Doctors warn against ‘bum sunning’ ritual as it 'increases skin cancer risk' A top doctor has urged women to not try a "bun sunning" ritual after it went viral earlier this week. Dr Jennifer Gunter claims the bizarre method co...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Drinking-related liver disease and deaths on the rise in U.S. (Reuters Health) - Americans today are expected to live shorter lives than just a few years ago, in contrast with trends seen in other developed nati...

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Armed groups kill Ebola health workers in eastern DR Congo Deadly night-time attacks by armed groups have once again claimed the lives of frontline healthworkers helping to confront the deadly Ebola virus in ...

Buyer beware: Groups issue toy safety warnings ahead of Black Friday After the Thanksgiving turkey comes Black Friday holiday gift shopping, and with it warnings about how parents can avoid purchasing dangerous toys fo...

Buyer beware: Groups issue toy safety warnings ahead of Black Friday After the Thanksgiving turkey comes Black Friday holiday gift shopping, and with it warnings about how parents can avoid purchasing dangerous toys fo...

Painful ‘text neck’ is hurting your posture — here’s how to fix it Headaches, back pain, neck pain and a curved posture are just some of the issues from “text neck”, which is the awkward position your body is in when...

AstraZeneca's Imfinzi gets speedy FDA review for small cell lung cancer British drugmaker AstraZeneca Plc said on Friday its immunotherapy cancer treatment Imfinzi has been granted a speedy review by the U.S. medicines wa...

Citing Tainted Water investigation, Halifax Water advances offer to replace lead pipes for free Halifax Water is taking the next step in a landmark $14-million program to replace privately-owned lead service lines, citing the Tainted Water inves...

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Armed groups kill Ebola health workers in eastern DR Congo Deadly night-time attacks by armed groups have once again claimed the lives of frontline healthworkers helping to confront the deadly Ebola virus in ...

Buyer beware: Groups issue toy safety warnings ahead of Black Friday After the Thanksgiving turkey comes Black Friday holiday gift shopping, and with it warnings about how parents can avoid purchasing dangerous toys fo...

Dad-of-two sheds more than 2st and gets seriously ripped in 16 weeks Chris Anderson, 38, struggled with his weight since he was young. The Scotsman has now revealed how he lost weight and got ridiculously toned in 16 w...

New Strawberry-Flavored H.I.V. Drugs for Babies Are Offered at $1 a Day Thousands of infants are doomed to early deaths each year, in part because pediatric medicines come in hard pills or bitter syrups that need refriger...

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Drinking-related liver disease and deaths on the rise in U.S. (Reuters Health) - Americans today are expected to live shorter lives than just a few years ago, in contrast with trends seen in other developed nati...

Buyer beware: Groups issue toy safety warnings ahead of Black Friday After the Thanksgiving turkey comes Black Friday holiday gift shopping, and with it warnings about how parents can avoid purchasing dangerous toys fo...

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AstraZeneca's Imfinzi gets speedy FDA review for small cell lung cancer British drugmaker AstraZeneca Plc said on Friday its immunotherapy cancer treatment Imfinzi has been granted a speedy review by the U.S. medicines wa...

Citing Tainted Water investigation, Halifax Water advances offer to replace lead pipes for free Halifax Water is taking the next step in a landmark $14-million program to replace privately-owned lead service lines, citing the Tainted Water inves...

What does high blood pressure in the morning mean? Some people may have abnormally high blood pressure in the morning. Here, learn about its causes and treatment, as well as how to measure blood press...

Prescription antacids may increase risk for stomach infections Stomach acid-reducing drugs known as proton pump inhibitors, or PPIs, nearly doubled people's risk for developing an intestinal viral infection in a ...

Armed groups kill Ebola health workers in eastern DR Congo Deadly night-time attacks by armed groups have once again claimed the lives of frontline healthworkers helping to confront the deadly Ebola virus in ...

Buyer beware: Groups issue toy safety warnings ahead of Black Friday After the Thanksgiving turkey comes Black Friday holiday gift shopping, and with it warnings about how parents can avoid purchasing dangerous toys fo...

Dad-of-two sheds more than 2st and gets seriously ripped in 16 weeks Chris Anderson, 38, struggled with his weight since he was young. The Scotsman has now revealed how he lost weight and got ridiculously toned in 16 w...

New Strawberry-Flavored H.I.V. Drugs for Babies Are Offered at $1 a Day Thousands of infants are doomed to early deaths each year, in part because pediatric medicines come in hard pills or bitter syrups that need refriger...

Armed groups kill Ebola health workers in eastern DR Congo Deadly night-time attacks by armed groups have once again claimed the lives of frontline healthworkers helping to confront the deadly Ebola virus in ...

Hospital visits go up after days with higher levels of air pollution On days when fine particulate matter in the air increases even a little bit, more people seem to end up in hospital for illnesses such as heart and l...

Breast Milk May Prevent Heart Problems In Premature Babies; Says Study A recent study claims that early use of breast milk could play an important role in preventing heart disease in preterm infants. Babies born prematur...

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WHO working to save lives following powerful earthquake in Albania Staff from the World Health Organization (WHO) are assisting authorities in Albania following an earthquake which killed at least 25 people and left ...

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Armed groups kill Ebola health workers in eastern DR Congo Deadly night-time attacks by armed groups have once again claimed the lives of frontline healthworkers helping to confront the deadly Ebola virus in ...

Hospital visits go up after days with higher levels of air pollution On days when fine particulate matter in the air increases even a little bit, more people seem to end up in hospital for illnesses such as heart and l...

Breast Milk May Prevent Heart Problems In Premature Babies; Says Study A recent study claims that early use of breast milk could play an important role in preventing heart disease in preterm infants. Babies born prematur...

University to Students on Medicaid: Buy Private Coverage, or Drop Out Just as Idaho expands Medicaid to cover thousands of low-income residents, Brigham Young University’s campus there will no longer accept the free gov...

High Protein Diet: This Chicken And Mushroom Broth May Do Wonders For Your Diet Warm, soothing and full of comfort, a bowl of well-made chicken soup can spread instant cheer. Chicken soup, if made right could make for value addit...

CDC: Two percent fewer women getting abortions Abortions dropped 2%, to 623,471, in 2016 in most of the United States, according to a government report released as activists and politicians are mo...

WHO working to save lives following powerful earthquake in Albania Staff from the World Health Organization (WHO) are assisting authorities in Albania following an earthquake which killed at least 25 people and left ...

WHO working to save lives following powerful earthquake in Albania Staff from the World Health Organization (WHO) are assisting authorities in Albania following an earthquake which killed at least 25 people and left ...

Mounting drug shortages delay treatments for patients with bladder cancer BCG is one of more than a 100 drugs listed by the FDA as in shortage this year. It's a persistent issue plaguing the U.S. health system, spannin...

WHO working to save lives following powerful earthquake in Albania Staff from the World Health Organization (WHO) are assisting authorities in Albania following an earthquake which killed at least 25 people and left ...

Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Dhaba-Style Rajma Masala At Home If you also look for rajma masala in every dhaba you visit on your road trip, we have a recipe that could help you imitate something similar in the c...

Prescription antacids may increase risk for stomach infections Stomach acid-reducing drugs known as proton pump inhibitors, or PPIs, nearly doubled people's risk for developing an intestinal viral infection in a ...

Bride shares 8st weight loss after waiting 18 years to get married after proposal Charmaine Brooks, 36, waited a very long time to get marriage so she could lose weight. Now the bride is hoping to walk down the aisle after shedding...

U.S. prosecutors open criminal probe of opioid makers, distributors Federal prosecutors are investigating six pharmaceutical companies for potential criminal charges in connection with shipping big quantities of opioi...

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Pfizer, Novartis lead pharma spending spree on gene therapy production Eleven drugmakers led by Pfizer and Novartis have set aside a combined $2 billion to invest in gene therapy manufacturing since 2018, according to a ...

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CDC: Two percent fewer women getting abortions Abortions dropped 2%, to 623,471, in 2016 in most of the United States, according to a government report released as activists and politicians are mo...

WHO working to save lives following powerful earthquake in Albania Staff from the World Health Organization (WHO) are assisting authorities in Albania following an earthquake which killed at least 25 people and left ...

University to Students on Medicaid: Buy Private Coverage, or Drop Out Just as Idaho expands Medicaid to cover thousands of low-income residents, Brigham Young University’s campus there will no longer accept the free gov...

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Restaurateur Harry Morton, dead at 38, may have had surgery complications, report says Wealthy restaurateur Harry Morton, who was found dead Saturday afternoon at the age of just 38, may have died because of surgery complications, accor...

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U.S. prosecutors open criminal probe of opioid makers, distributors Federal prosecutors are investigating six pharmaceutical companies for potential criminal charges in connection with shipping big quantities of opioi...

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Pfizer, Novartis lead pharma spending spree on gene therapy production Eleven drugmakers led by Pfizer and Novartis have set aside a combined $2 billion to invest in gene therapy manufacturing since 2018, according to a ...

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University to Students on Medicaid: Buy Private Coverage, or Drop Out Just as Idaho expands Medicaid to cover thousands of low-income residents, Brigham Young University’s campus there will no longer accept the free gov...

Skip the fries: Foods to avoid when you’re stressed During this time of year, it’s important to look for food that helps to mitigate anxiety rather than exacerbate it, says wellness expert Kyle Buchana...

Restaurateur Harry Morton, dead at 38, may have had surgery complications, report says Wealthy restaurateur Harry Morton, who was found dead Saturday afternoon at the age of just 38, may have died because of surgery complications, accor...

University to Students on Medicaid: Buy Private Coverage, or Drop Out Just as Idaho expands Medicaid to cover thousands of low-income residents, Brigham Young University’s campus there will no longer accept the free gov...

Bride shares 8st weight loss after waiting 18 years to get married after proposal Charmaine Brooks, 36, waited a very long time to get marriage so she could lose weight. Now the bride is hoping to walk down the aisle after shedding...

Bride shares 8st weight loss after waiting 18 years to get married after proposal Charmaine Brooks, 36, waited a very long time to get marriage so she could lose weight. Now the bride is hoping to walk down the aisle after shedding...

Most toddlers spend excessive time watching screens, study shows A new study, published in JAMA Pediatrics, finds that nearly 80 percent of two-year-olds and nearly 95 percent of three-year-olds spend more time wat...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Most toddlers spend excessive time watching screens, study shows A new study, published in JAMA Pediatrics, finds that nearly 80 percent of two-year-olds and nearly 95 percent of three-year-olds spend more time wat...

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Microvascular ischemic disease: What to know Microvascular ischemic disease refers to conditions that affect small blood vessels in the brain. Learn more about the causes and symptoms in this ar...

University to Students on Medicaid: Buy Private Coverage, or Drop Out Just as Idaho expands Medicaid to cover thousands of low-income residents, Brigham Young University’s campus there will no longer accept the free gov...

FDA approves Global Blood Therapeutics sickle cell disease drug The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Monday it approved a drug from Global Blood Therapeutics Inc to treat sickle cell disease in adults and...

Lung cancer symptoms: ‘Diamond gap’ finger test could be a warning sign of disease Lung cancer symptoms can be hard to spot – but some patients notice something is wrong when their fingers club. This simple "diamond gap" test could ...

Anal cancer mortality rates have more than doubled in the US Researchers warn that the incidence and mortality rates of anal cancer have been increasing steeply in the United States over a period of only 15 yea...

Medical schools should deny applicants who object to provide abortion, assisted death: bioethicist Udo Schuklenk says screening out would-be doctors who would object to providing health care on conscience grounds would avoid debates over things lik...

Karuna Therapeutics 'cautiously optimistic' about schizophrenia drug results in next trial: CEO "We're cautiously optimistic given the robustness of the clinical data that we reported this week," Karuna Therapeutics CEO Dr. Steve Paul says....

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Romaine lettuce from Salinas, California, linked to another E. coli outbreak, officials say Federal health officials are urging people not to eat any romaine lettuce linked to Salinas, California, because of an E. coli outbreak — nearly one ...

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Most toddlers spend excessive time watching screens, study shows A new study, published in JAMA Pediatrics, finds that nearly 80 percent of two-year-olds and nearly 95 percent of three-year-olds spend more time wat...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Most toddlers spend excessive time watching screens, study shows A new study, published in JAMA Pediatrics, finds that nearly 80 percent of two-year-olds and nearly 95 percent of three-year-olds spend more time wat...

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Seven states, Puerto Rico experiencing high flu activity, CDC says CDC's weekly FluView report indicates that seven U.S. states and Puerto Rico are now reporting high flu activity, with 1,800 new cases reported to th...

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Anal cancer mortality rates have more than doubled in the US Researchers warn that the incidence and mortality rates of anal cancer have been increasing steeply in the United States over a period of only 15 yea...

Medical schools should deny applicants who object to provide abortion, assisted death: bioethicist Udo Schuklenk says screening out would-be doctors who would object to providing health care on conscience grounds would avoid debates over things lik...

Karuna Therapeutics 'cautiously optimistic' about schizophrenia drug results in next trial: CEO "We're cautiously optimistic given the robustness of the clinical data that we reported this week," Karuna Therapeutics CEO Dr. Steve Paul says....

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Romaine lettuce from Salinas, California, linked to another E. coli outbreak, officials say Federal health officials are urging people not to eat any romaine lettuce linked to Salinas, California, because of an E. coli outbreak — nearly one ...

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After New Food Poisoning Outbreak, U.S. Officials Warn Consumers Not to Eat Romaine Lettuce Grown in Salinas, California (NEW YORK) — U.S. health officials on Friday told people to avoid romaine lettuce grown in Salinas, California, because of another food poisoni...

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Seven states, Puerto Rico experiencing high flu activity, CDC says CDC's weekly FluView report indicates that seven U.S. states and Puerto Rico are now reporting high flu activity, with 1,800 new cases reported to th...

World's first male contraceptive injection could be available in six months Word's first male birth control could be available within six months. The contraceptive is injected near the testicles where it blocks sperm from lea...

Seven states, Puerto Rico experiencing high flu activity, CDC says CDC's weekly FluView report indicates that seven U.S. states and Puerto Rico are now reporting high flu activity, with 1,800 new cases reported to th...

World's first male contraceptive injection could be available in six months Word's first male birth control could be available within six months. The contraceptive is injected near the testicles where it blocks sperm from lea...

UN agencies ramp up Somalia measles and polio campaign A campaign to vaccinate some 1.7 million children in Somalia was launched on Sunday by the country’s government, in partnership with the World Health...

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After New Food Poisoning Outbreak, U.S. Officials Warn Consumers Not to Eat Romaine Lettuce Grown in Salinas, California (NEW YORK) — U.S. health officials on Friday told people to avoid romaine lettuce grown in Salinas, California, because of another food poisoni...

Longer-term data fail to clear concern over Takeda's dengue vaccine An additional six months of data from a late-stage trial of Takeda Pharmaceutical Co's experimental dengue vaccine again showed it failed to protect ...

Karuna Therapeutics 'cautiously optimistic' about schizophrenia drug results in next trial: CEO "We're cautiously optimistic given the robustness of the clinical data that we reported this week," Karuna Therapeutics CEO Dr. Steve Paul says....

Longer-term data fail to clear concern over Takeda's dengue vaccine An additional six months of data from a late-stage trial of Takeda Pharmaceutical Co's experimental dengue vaccine again showed it failed to protect ...

World's first male contraceptive injection could be available in six months Word's first male birth control could be available within six months. The contraceptive is injected near the testicles where it blocks sperm from lea...

Controversial DNA screening technique used for at least one pregnancy A company says at least one woman is pregnant after using a controversial DNA screening technique to analyse thousands of DNA variants in developing ...

After New Food Poisoning Outbreak, U.S. Officials Warn Consumers Not to Eat Romaine Lettuce Grown in Salinas, California (NEW YORK) — U.S. health officials on Friday told people to avoid romaine lettuce grown in Salinas, California, because of another food poisoni...

World's first male contraceptive injection could be available in six months Word's first male birth control could be available within six months. The contraceptive is injected near the testicles where it blocks sperm from lea...

How Juul Hooked a Generation on Nicotine The company planted the seeds of a public health crisis by marketing to millennials, who had low smoking rates, and it ignored evidence that teenager...

Doctors are turning to YouTube to learn about surgical procedures, but there's no quality control There are tens of thousands of videos on YouTube showing surgeries ranging from face lifts to knee replacements. But the content isn't vetted or...

UN agencies ramp up Somalia measles and polio campaign A campaign to vaccinate some 1.7 million children in Somalia was launched on Sunday by the country’s government, in partnership with the World Health...

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After New Food Poisoning Outbreak, U.S. Officials Warn Consumers Not to Eat Romaine Lettuce Grown in Salinas, California (NEW YORK) — U.S. health officials on Friday told people to avoid romaine lettuce grown in Salinas, California, because of another food poisoni...

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Karuna Therapeutics 'cautiously optimistic' about schizophrenia drug results in next trial: CEO "We're cautiously optimistic given the robustness of the clinical data that we reported this week," Karuna Therapeutics CEO Dr. Steve Paul says....

Longer-term data fail to clear concern over Takeda's dengue vaccine An additional six months of data from a late-stage trial of Takeda Pharmaceutical Co's experimental dengue vaccine again showed it failed to protect ...

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Karuna Therapeutics 'cautiously optimistic' about schizophrenia drug results in next trial: CEO "We're cautiously optimistic given the robustness of the clinical data that we reported this week," Karuna Therapeutics CEO Dr. Steve Paul says....

Medical schools should deny applicants who object to provide abortion, assisted death: bioethicist Udo Schuklenk says screening out would-be doctors who would object to providing health care on conscience grounds would avoid debates over things lik...

Seven states, Puerto Rico experiencing high flu activity, CDC says CDC's weekly FluView report indicates that seven U.S. states and Puerto Rico are now reporting high flu activity, with 1,800 new cases reported to th...

Canadian class action proposed over alleged carcinogenic herbicide Roundup Lawyers for a group of Canadians affected by cancer they blame on exposure to a weed killer have filed three proposed class-action lawsuits against t...

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Raw pork products recalled after company failed to inspect them The items, which were produced by Morris Meat Packing between Nov. 25, 2017, and Nov. 9, 2019, were shipped to distributors and retailers within Illi...

Sinus tachycardia: Everything you need to know Sinus tachycardia is when the sinus node in the heart sends electrical impulses faster than the normal rate, resulting in an increased heart rate. Le...

Seven states, Puerto Rico experiencing high flu activity, CDC says CDC's weekly FluView report indicates that seven U.S. states and Puerto Rico are now reporting high flu activity, with 1,800 new cases reported to th...

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Seven states, Puerto Rico experiencing high flu activity, CDC says CDC's weekly FluView report indicates that seven U.S. states and Puerto Rico are now reporting high flu activity, with 1,800 new cases reported to th...

Canadian class action proposed over alleged carcinogenic herbicide Roundup Lawyers for a group of Canadians affected by cancer they blame on exposure to a weed killer have filed three proposed class-action lawsuits against t...

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Daily on Healthcare, presented by SBEC: Biden invokes Pelosi against ‘Medicare for all’ Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

U.S. vaping-related deaths rise to 47, cases of illness to 2,290 U.S. health officials on Thursday reported 2,290 confirmed and probable cases and 5 more deaths from a mysterious respiratory illness tied to vaping,...

Blood pressure chart: Ranges and guide A person’s blood pressure is one indication of their overall heart health. Learn about healthy blood pressure ranges and when to see a doctor in this...

A Majority of The World’s Teens Aren’t Getting Enough Physical Activity Public health experts have worked hard to remind us about the importance of exercise—for mental as well as physical health. Research has linked...

Daily on Healthcare, presented by SBEC: Biden invokes Pelosi against ‘Medicare for all’ Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

A Majority of The World’s Teens Aren’t Getting Enough Physical Activity Public health experts have worked hard to remind us about the importance of exercise—for mental as well as physical health. Research has linked...

More than 75,000 pounds of salad recalled amid E. coli outbreak A New Jersey-based food producer has recalled more than 75,000 pounds of salad products after at least 17 people have been infected with E. coli in e...

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Maryland E. coli cases possibly linked to packaged salad; FDA investigates multistate outbreak The advisory comes after state testing of an unopened salad taken from an ill patient’s home identified the presence of E. coli 0157 in the product’s...

Tobacco stocks rise as FDA delays plan to cut nicotine levels in cigarettes Tobacco stocks rose Wednesday as the Food and Drug Administration delays its plan to cut nicotine levels in cigarettes to minimally or non-addictive ...

Maryland E. coli cases possibly linked to packaged salad; FDA investigates multistate outbreak The advisory comes after state testing of an unopened salad taken from an ill patient’s home identified the presence of E. coli 0157 in the product’s...

World's first male contraceptive injection could be available in six months Word's first male birth control could be available within six months. The contraceptive is injected near the testicles where it blocks sperm from lea...

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Genetic screening of IVF embryos is unlikely to lead to smarter babies Can DNA analysis help prospective parents choose IVF embryos on the basis of future intelligence? A study suggests this approach would have little, i...

Genetic screening of IVF embryos is unlikely to lead to smarter babies Can DNA analysis help prospective parents choose IVF embryos on the basis of future intelligence? A study suggests this approach would have little, i...

More than 1,000 Indiana hospital patients possibly exposed to HIV, hepatitis after sterilization failure A sterilization technician at a northern Indiana hospital failed to properly disinfect surgical tools, possibly affecting some 1,200 patients who und...

Daily on Healthcare, presented by SBEC: Biden invokes Pelosi against ‘Medicare for all’ Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

U.S. vaping-related deaths rise to 47, cases of illness to 2,290 U.S. health officials on Thursday reported 2,290 confirmed and probable cases and 5 more deaths from a mysterious respiratory illness tied to vaping,...

Blood pressure chart: Ranges and guide A person’s blood pressure is one indication of their overall heart health. Learn about healthy blood pressure ranges and when to see a doctor in this...

A Majority of The World’s Teens Aren’t Getting Enough Physical Activity Public health experts have worked hard to remind us about the importance of exercise—for mental as well as physical health. Research has linked...

Daily on Healthcare, presented by SBEC: Biden invokes Pelosi against ‘Medicare for all’ Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Artificial Intelligence Could Help Solve America’s Impending Mental Health Crisis Five years from now, the U.S.’ already overburdened mental health system may be short as many as 15,600 psychiatrists as the growth in demand f...

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Maryland E. coli cases possibly linked to packaged salad; FDA investigates multistate outbreak The advisory comes after state testing of an unopened salad taken from an ill patient’s home identified the presence of E. coli 0157 in the product’s...

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Maryland E. coli cases possibly linked to packaged salad; FDA investigates multistate outbreak The advisory comes after state testing of an unopened salad taken from an ill patient’s home identified the presence of E. coli 0157 in the product’s...

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Weight Loss: What Is The Perfect Time To Eat Desserts? Experts Reveal According to a study, if dieters eat a carbohydrate-rich, protein-packed breakfast that includes dessert, they tend to have reduced cravings througho...

Genetic screening of IVF embryos is unlikely to lead to smarter babies Can DNA analysis help prospective parents choose IVF embryos on the basis of future intelligence? A study suggests this approach would have little, i...

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Trudeau urged to make assisted dying less restrictive Dying with Dignity Canada is urging Trudeau to have his next justice minister give priority to amending the law and go further than the ruling demand...

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American Medical Association calls for total ban of non-FDA approved vaping products The American Medical Association called for a total ban on all vaping products that are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration to help trea...

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American Medical Association calls for total ban of non-FDA approved vaping products The American Medical Association called for a total ban on all vaping products that are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration to help trea...

Artificial Intelligence Could Help Solve America’s Impending Mental Health Crisis Five years from now, the U.S.’ already overburdened mental health system may be short as many as 15,600 psychiatrists as the growth in demand f...

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Trudeau urged to make assisted dying less restrictive Dying with Dignity Canada is urging Trudeau to have his next justice minister give priority to amending the law and go further than the ruling demand...

Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Party-Special Stuffed Tomatoes In Gravy At Home (Recipe Video Insid Scooped tomatoes filled with mixed vegetables simmered in white spicy sauce makes for a mouth-watering dish that is sure to be a crowd pleaser in you...

American Medical Association calls for total ban of non-FDA approved vaping products The American Medical Association called for a total ban on all vaping products that are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration to help trea...

Trump Retreats From Flavor Ban for E-Cigarettes Advisers say the president pulled back from proposed restrictions intended to curb teenage vaping after he was warned of the political fallout among ...

American Medical Association calls for total ban of non-FDA approved vaping products The American Medical Association called for a total ban on all vaping products that are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration to help trea...

Trump Retreats From Flavor Ban for E-Cigarettes Advisers say the president pulled back from proposed restrictions intended to curb teenage vaping after he was warned of the political fallout among ...

American Medical Association calls for total ban of non-FDA approved vaping products The American Medical Association called for a total ban on all vaping products that are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration to help trea...

California sues Juul over e-cigarette ads, sales to teens Amid a nationwide backlash against vaping, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra sued the nation’s biggest e-cigarette maker, alleging that Juul...

Entresto, Corlanor are widely used, cost-effective options for heart failure, study finds Analysis of Medicare Part D and Medicaid data highlights increased use and favorable cost profiles for Entresto and Corlanor, two drugs approved in 2...

Divorced men 'too used to porn' are 'more likely' to get erectile dysfunction Erectile dysfunction affects millions of men at some point in their lives. According to a sexual health expert, divorced men are more likely to suffe...

Mom donates breast milk after losing son 3 hours post birth: 'Maybe I could save another baby’s life' A Neillsville, Wisc., mother who lost her son just three hours after giving birth chose to pump her breast milk for 63 days after his death in an eff...

Mom donates breast milk after losing son 3 hours post birth: 'Maybe I could save another baby’s life' A Neillsville, Wisc., mother who lost her son just three hours after giving birth chose to pump her breast milk for 63 days after his death in an eff...

Mom donates breast milk after losing son 3 hours post birth: 'Maybe I could save another baby’s life' A Neillsville, Wisc., mother who lost her son just three hours after giving birth chose to pump her breast milk for 63 days after his death in an eff...

Mom donates breast milk after losing son 3 hours post birth: 'Maybe I could save another baby’s life' A Neillsville, Wisc., mother who lost her son just three hours after giving birth chose to pump her breast milk for 63 days after his death in an eff...

Trump Retreats From Flavor Ban for E-Cigarettes Advisers say the president pulled back from proposed restrictions intended to curb teenage vaping after he was warned of the political fallout among ...

Is the I'm A Celebrity jungle diet safe? Doctor lifts lid on eating rice and beans I’m A Celebrity 2019 has started, and the celebs are already struggling with eating rations of rice and beans – but is it actually safe to survive pu...

Divorced men 'too used to porn' are 'more likely' to get erectile dysfunction Erectile dysfunction affects millions of men at some point in their lives. According to a sexual health expert, divorced men are more likely to suffe...

What to do about a dent in the head There are many possible causes of a dent in the head, including injury, surgery, congenital conditions, and tumors. The treatment for a dent in the h...

Big Study Finds Many Heart Procedures Won’t Cut Risk of Having Heart Attack (PHILADELPHIA) — People with severe but stable heart disease from clogged arteries may have less chest pain if they get a procedure to improve ...

Trump Retreats From Flavor Ban for E-Cigarettes Advisers say the president pulled back from proposed restrictions intended to curb teenage vaping after he was warned of the political fallout among ...

Trump Retreats From Flavor Ban for E-Cigarettes Advisers say the president pulled back from proposed restrictions intended to curb teenage vaping after he was warned of the political fallout among ...

Trudeau urged to make assisted dying less restrictive Dying with Dignity Canada is urging Trudeau to have his next justice minister give priority to amending the law and go further than the ruling demand...

Entresto, Corlanor are widely used, cost-effective options for heart failure, study finds Analysis of Medicare Part D and Medicaid data highlights increased use and favorable cost profiles for Entresto and Corlanor, two drugs approved in 2...

California sues Juul over e-cigarette ads, sales to teens Amid a nationwide backlash against vaping, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra sued the nation’s biggest e-cigarette maker, alleging that Juul...

Entresto, Corlanor are widely used, cost-effective options for heart failure, study finds Analysis of Medicare Part D and Medicaid data highlights increased use and favorable cost profiles for Entresto and Corlanor, two drugs approved in 2...

Divorced men 'too used to porn' are 'more likely' to get erectile dysfunction Erectile dysfunction affects millions of men at some point in their lives. According to a sexual health expert, divorced men are more likely to suffe...

Mom donates breast milk after losing son 3 hours post birth: 'Maybe I could save another baby’s life' A Neillsville, Wisc., mother who lost her son just three hours after giving birth chose to pump her breast milk for 63 days after his death in an eff...

Mom donates breast milk after losing son 3 hours post birth: 'Maybe I could save another baby’s life' A Neillsville, Wisc., mother who lost her son just three hours after giving birth chose to pump her breast milk for 63 days after his death in an eff...

Mom donates breast milk after losing son 3 hours post birth: 'Maybe I could save another baby’s life' A Neillsville, Wisc., mother who lost her son just three hours after giving birth chose to pump her breast milk for 63 days after his death in an eff...

Stunning weather girl titillates fans with workout video in bum-hugging shorts Argentina’s "hottest weather girl" Sol Perez has shared another video of her rigorous workout regime to the delight of her 4.7 million Instagram fans...

Divorced men 'too used to porn' are 'more likely' to get erectile dysfunction Erectile dysfunction affects millions of men at some point in their lives. According to a sexual health expert, divorced men are more likely to suffe...

Big Study Finds Many Heart Procedures Won’t Cut Risk of Having Heart Attack (PHILADELPHIA) — People with severe but stable heart disease from clogged arteries may have less chest pain if they get a procedure to improve ...

Trump Retreats From Flavor Ban for E-Cigarettes Advisers say the president pulled back from proposed restrictions intended to curb teenage vaping after he was warned of the political fallout among ...

Trump Retreats From Flavor Ban for E-Cigarettes Advisers say the president pulled back from proposed restrictions intended to curb teenage vaping after he was warned of the political fallout among ...

Trudeau urged to make assisted dying less restrictive Dying with Dignity Canada is urging Trudeau to have his next justice minister give priority to amending the law and go further than the ruling demand...

Entresto, Corlanor are widely used, cost-effective options for heart failure, study finds Analysis of Medicare Part D and Medicaid data highlights increased use and favorable cost profiles for Entresto and Corlanor, two drugs approved in 2...

Neither vitamin D nor omega-3 supplements can prevent inflammation When it comes to lowering inflammation, a new study has found that neither omega-3 nor vitamin D supplements are as beneficial as researchers once th...

WHO supports measles campaign targeting millions of children in northern Nigeria More than 28 million children in northern Nigeria will be protected against measles and meningitis through an immunization campaign carried out by th...

Stunning weather girl titillates fans with workout video in bum-hugging shorts Argentina’s "hottest weather girl" Sol Perez has shared another video of her rigorous workout regime to the delight of her 4.7 million Instagram fans...

Divorced men 'too used to porn' are 'more likely' to get erectile dysfunction Erectile dysfunction affects millions of men at some point in their lives. According to a sexual health expert, divorced men are more likely to suffe...

Big Study Finds Many Heart Procedures Won’t Cut Risk of Having Heart Attack (PHILADELPHIA) — People with severe but stable heart disease from clogged arteries may have less chest pain if they get a procedure to improve ...

Man left unable to talk for a year after suffering severe anxiety attack This Movember, a man who battles with his mental health has spoken with Daily Star Online. In an exclusive interview, he opened up about losing his v...

Apple Watch may be useful in diagnosis of AFib, study finds Apple Heart study findings published this week reveal that Apple Watch pulse monitoring can accurately identify atrial fibrillation, with the study f...

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Watch: Trump speaks on new price disclosure rules for hospitals and insurers President Donald Trump is set to hold a briefing on his administration's new rule that will force hospitals to disclose the discounted prices th...

Neither vitamin D nor omega-3 supplements can prevent inflammation When it comes to lowering inflammation, a new study has found that neither omega-3 nor vitamin D supplements are as beneficial as researchers once th...

WHO supports measles campaign targeting millions of children in northern Nigeria More than 28 million children in northern Nigeria will be protected against measles and meningitis through an immunization campaign carried out by th...

Big Study Finds Many Heart Procedures Won’t Cut Risk of Having Heart Attack (PHILADELPHIA) — People with severe but stable heart disease from clogged arteries may have less chest pain if they get a procedure to improve ...

Elizabeth Warren Vows to Expand Health Coverage in First 100 Days Ms. Warren laid out a blueprint to pass major health legislation at the start of her presidency. But she would wait as long as three years to seek pa...

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Big Study Finds Many Heart Procedures Won’t Cut Risk of Having Heart Attack (PHILADELPHIA) — People with severe but stable heart disease from clogged arteries may have less chest pain if they get a procedure to improve ...

Man left unable to talk for a year after suffering severe anxiety attack This Movember, a man who battles with his mental health has spoken with Daily Star Online. In an exclusive interview, he opened up about losing his v...

Apple Watch may be useful in diagnosis of AFib, study finds Apple Heart study findings published this week reveal that Apple Watch pulse monitoring can accurately identify atrial fibrillation, with the study f...

How superbugs and antibiotic resistance will make common medical procedures harder Giving patients antibiotics is standard care before many operations and medical procedures, experts say. So what happens if they no longer work as we...

Watch: Trump speaks on new price disclosure rules for hospitals and insurers President Donald Trump is set to hold a briefing on his administration's new rule that will force hospitals to disclose the discounted prices th...

‘Type 1.5 diabetes’ isn’t a medical diagnosis. Here’s what it actually means The term is used to describe the small number of people with apparent Type 2 diabetes who appear to have immune-mediated loss of pancreatic beta cell...

Man denied chemo and tried to fight cancer with juice diet so he could become a dad A cancer patient didn't want to have chemotherapy because he worried it would ruin his chances of becoming a dad. Instead, he tried to fight the dise...

Homeopathic treatments for anxiety: What to know Homeopathy is a practice that uses diluted nonmedical substances to treat different illnesses. Learn more about whether it can help treat anxiety sym...

Over 1 million health consultations provided in Yemen in 2019: UN migration agency Since the beginning of the year, the UN Migration Agency has carried out over one million health consultations for displaced and conflict-affected Ye...

Big Study Finds Many Heart Procedures Won’t Cut Risk of Having Heart Attack (PHILADELPHIA) — People with severe but stable heart disease from clogged arteries may have less chest pain if they get a procedure to improve ...

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Elizabeth Warren Vows to Expand Health Coverage in First 100 Days Ms. Warren laid out a blueprint to pass major health legislation at the start of her presidency. But she would wait as long as three years to seek pa...

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Zero gravity made some astronauts’ blood flow backwards Spending time in zero gravity can reverse the flow of a person’s blood and lead to clots, as seen in astronauts who spent months on the International...

To Drive Down Insulin Prices, W.H.O. Will Certify Generic Versions About 80 million people with diabetes around the world need the hormone, and half of them can’t afford it. Creating competition could help, the agenc...

Zero gravity made some astronauts’ blood flow backwards Spending time in zero gravity can reverse the flow of a person’s blood and lead to clots, as seen in astronauts who spent months on the International...

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White House to Require Hospitals, Insurers to Disclose Actual Healthcare Prices (WASHINGTON) — New rules from the Trump administration on Friday would require insurers and hospitals to disclose upfront the actual prices for...

‘Type 1.5 diabetes’ isn’t a medical diagnosis. Here’s what it actually means The term is used to describe the small number of people with apparent Type 2 diabetes who appear to have immune-mediated loss of pancreatic beta cell...

Man denied chemo and tried to fight cancer with juice diet so he could become a dad A cancer patient didn't want to have chemotherapy because he worried it would ruin his chances of becoming a dad. Instead, he tried to fight the dise...

Homeopathic treatments for anxiety: What to know Homeopathy is a practice that uses diluted nonmedical substances to treat different illnesses. Learn more about whether it can help treat anxiety sym...

Over 1 million health consultations provided in Yemen in 2019: UN migration agency Since the beginning of the year, the UN Migration Agency has carried out over one million health consultations for displaced and conflict-affected Ye...

New York Identifies Hospitals and Nursing Homes With Deadly Fungus The policy change, for the virulent drug-resistant germ Candida auris, came as the C.D.C. reported that more people are dying of drug-resistant infec...

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Texas baby born without skin on torso and limbs goes home months after successful procedure The 10-month-old does not have an official diagnosis, but was born with his eyes fused shut, his fingers and toes fused together and missing skin on ...

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Zero gravity made some astronauts’ blood flow backwards Spending time in zero gravity can reverse the flow of a person’s blood and lead to clots, as seen in astronauts who spent months on the International...

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Meth: The other drug epidemic Dr. Martin Huecker sees, on average, 10 methamphetamine addicts each month in his emergency room at the University of Louisville Health Sciences Cent...

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Zero gravity made some astronauts’ blood flow backwards Spending time in zero gravity can reverse the flow of a person’s blood and lead to clots, as seen in astronauts who spent months on the International...

Texas baby born without skin on torso and limbs goes home months after successful procedure The 10-month-old does not have an official diagnosis, but was born with his eyes fused shut, his fingers and toes fused together and missing skin on ...

To Drive Down Insulin Prices, W.H.O. Will Certify Generic Versions About 80 million people with diabetes around the world need the hormone, and half of them can’t afford it. Creating competition could help, the agenc...

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Meth: The other drug epidemic Dr. Martin Huecker sees, on average, 10 methamphetamine addicts each month in his emergency room at the University of Louisville Health Sciences Cent...

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Mum scoops Slimming World’s Woman of the Year award after losing more than 12st Wendy Deacon, 49, lost more than half her bodyweight after her young daughter feared she would “eat herself to death”. The mum has now won the Slimmi...

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New York Identifies Hospitals and Nursing Homes With Deadly Fungus The policy change, for the virulent drug-resistant germ Candida auris, came as the C.D.C. reported that more people are dying of drug-resistant infec...

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US superbug infections rising, but deaths are falling The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated about 36,000 Americans died from drug-resistant infections in 2017, down 18 percent from an ...

New York Identifies Hospitals and Nursing Homes With Deadly Fungus The policy change, for the virulent drug-resistant germ Candida auris, came as the C.D.C. reported that more people are dying of drug-resistant infec...

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Mum scoops Slimming World’s Woman of the Year award after losing more than 12st Wendy Deacon, 49, lost more than half her bodyweight after her young daughter feared she would “eat herself to death”. The mum has now won the Slimmi...

Mum scoops Slimming World’s Woman of the Year award after losing more than 12st Wendy Deacon, 49, lost more than half her bodyweight after her young daughter feared she would “eat herself to death”. The mum has now won the Slimmi...

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Trump to Nominate Stephen Hahn, Cancer Researcher, to Head F.D.A. In choosing him, President Trump is passing over the acting F.D.A. commissioner, Norman E. Sharpless, who has been running the agency since Scott Got...

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The NHS lists 20 health conditions that cause excruciating pain The NHS has listed the health conditions that can cause severe pain. Here are the warning symptoms you should look out for, as well as when to seek m...

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Drake is the latest celebrity to partner with Canopy Growth Canopy Growth has entered into agreements with Canadian rapper Drake to launch the More Life Growth Company, which will be a fully licensed producer ...

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Juul suspends sales of mint-flavored vaping pods after studies link them to teenage use Juul Labs, manufacturer of popular flavored vaping devices, announced Thursday that it will stop taking orders for Mint JUULpods from retail partners...

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Kentucky's Democratic governor-elect plans to immediately rescind Trump Medicaid requirements In week one, the administration will rescind the work measure, "saving health care for 95,000 Kentuckians," Beshear said at a press conference follow...

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Baby born with rare skin disorder allegedly abandoned at hospital in Italy The boy, named Giovannino, was diagnosed with harlequin ichthyosis, a rare skin disorder in which babies are born with thick skin that cracks and spl...

The NHS lists 20 health conditions that cause excruciating pain The NHS has listed the health conditions that can cause severe pain. Here are the warning symptoms you should look out for, as well as when to seek m...

Legal CBD use could lead to failed drug tests, study shows A small study suggests that vaping cannabis in legal CBD products could result in positive results on drug screening tests commonly used by employers...

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The NHS lists 20 health conditions that cause excruciating pain The NHS has listed the health conditions that can cause severe pain. Here are the warning symptoms you should look out for, as well as when to seek m...

Legal CBD use could lead to failed drug tests, study shows A small study suggests that vaping cannabis in legal CBD products could result in positive results on drug screening tests commonly used by employers...

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Baby born with rare skin disorder allegedly abandoned at hospital in Italy The boy, named Giovannino, was diagnosed with harlequin ichthyosis, a rare skin disorder in which babies are born with thick skin that cracks and spl...

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N.S. Opposition demands action after investigation finds widespread risk of lead exposure Opposition leaders in Nova Scotia are calling for the government to take swift action to mitigate the risk of lead in well water across the province....

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Study identifies ingredient combos that make some foods hard to put down There could be a reason people just can't stop eating certain foods. It may have to do with the ingredients of "hyper-palatable" foods -- and a new s...

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Nebraska woman gets parasitic eye worm after running through swarm of flies A parasitic eye worm that typically affects cows infected a woman’s eye after she ran through a swarm of flies while on a trail run in California, ac...

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Florida deputy, nonprofit surprise boy fighting cancer with Disney World trip A Florida boy battling cancer got a nice surprise on Friday after a deputy sergeant, who learned about the seven-year-old’s diagnosis, started a fund...

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Trump taps Texas oncologist as next FDA commissioner Trump will nominate Stephen Hahn, an oncologist and chief medical executive at Texas' MD Anderson Cancer Center, to be the next FDA commissioner...

Importing medicine from Canada would not lower prices for Americans: Canadian ambassador Last week, U.S. President Donald Trump called on the head of the Department of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, to speed up the administration's...

The NHS lists 20 health conditions that cause excruciating pain The NHS has listed the health conditions that can cause severe pain. Here are the warning symptoms you should look out for, as well as when to seek m...

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China calls for businesses to shut down e-cigarette online shops China's tobacco regulator on Friday issued a notice asking e-commerce platforms and businesses to shut online stores that sell electronic cigarette p...

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Democrat Warren: Medicare for All would not raise U.S. middle-class taxes 'one penny' Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren on Friday proposed a $20.5 trillion Medicare for All plan that she said would not require rai...

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UN migration agency appeals to South Sudan group to free volunteer worker and child The UN migration agency appealed on Friday for the immediate liberation of a volunteer and child who’ve been missing since a gun battle in South Suda...

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China calls for businesses to shut down e-cigarette online shops China's tobacco regulator on Friday issued a notice asking e-commerce platforms and businesses to shut online stores that sell electronic cigarette p...

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‘A deck of cards no one should be dealt’: Ontario siblings fight rare disease, hope for cure "I'll never forget it. (On) January 15th, we go down for our usual meet-and-greet and discussions at SickKids and they give us the devastating news."...

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We need to ban the sale of all fireworks to the public right now Fireworks injure thousands and pollute the air. Let's enjoy professional and licensed firework displays, but they shouldn't be sold to the public, sa...

One in four oncologists fails to discuss genetic testing costs, study says When recommending expensive genetic tests to patients with various forms of cancer, one in four oncologists fail to address costs with patients, an A...

Trump taps Texas oncologist as next FDA commissioner Trump will nominate Stephen Hahn, an oncologist and chief medical executive at Texas' MD Anderson Cancer Center, to be the next FDA commissioner...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Importing medicine from Canada would not lower prices for Americans: Canadian ambassador Last week, U.S. President Donald Trump called on the head of the Department of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, to speed up the administration's...

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Democrat Warren: Medicare for All would not raise U.S. middle-class taxes 'one penny' Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren on Friday proposed a $20.5 trillion Medicare for All plan that she said would not require rai...

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Novartis arthritis drug falls short in challenge to global bestseller Novartis said a trial fell short of producing statistical evidence that its anti-inflammatory drug Cosentyx can beat the world's best-selling drug Hu...

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BBC Christmas dinner guide angers Brits by suggesting just one potato per guest Brits feel very passionately about roast potatoes. A BBC Christmas dinner guide annoyed Twitter users who argued the spuds' portion size wasn't big e...

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Altria writes down investment in troubled e-cigarette maker Juul by $4.5 billion Altria says it has written down its investment in Juul by more than a third, recording a $4.5 billion pretax charge against its third-quarter earning...

Ex-workers at Newfoundland shipyard raise concern workers’ compensation claims being ignored Bernadine Bennett, who advocates with a group called the Marystown Shipyard Families Alliance, fears an emphasis on the future will make it easier to...

Standing against assisted suicide Growing dissatisfaction among families whose terminally ill loved ones face excruciating suffering has ignited debate over whether people should be a...

Halloween 2019: Check Out These Exciting Restaurant Deals And Events In Delhi And Mumbai Get into the ghostly 'spirit' and bring out the devilish side of yours with these sinful foods and spine-chilling events in your city. Grab these off...

BBC Christmas dinner guide angers Brits by suggesting just one potato per guest Brits feel very passionately about roast potatoes. A BBC Christmas dinner guide annoyed Twitter users who argued the spuds' portion size wasn't big e...

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Nepal benefits from end to open toilet use Sunaina lives in Majhi, a village of 104 people in Nepal’s impoverished Terai region. Huts fashioned of mud, thatch and straw stand in a row along th...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

'Certificates of need' are making healthcare harder to get While healthcare costs are rising, many look to government intervention as a viable solution. They forget how previous government interventions creat...

Altria writes down investment in troubled e-cigarette maker Juul by $4.5 billion Altria says it has written down its investment in Juul by more than a third, recording a $4.5 billion pretax charge against its third-quarter earning...

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Small relief for Biogen in MS drug approval The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved Biogen Inc's new oral drug to treat multiple sclerosis, offering the drugmaker some relie...

Juul Knowingly Sold Tainted Nicotine Pods, Former Executive Says In a lawsuit, a former senior vice president claims he was fired for raising safety concerns and said that the company’s C.E.O. said customers are “d...

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BBC Christmas dinner guide angers Brits by suggesting just one potato per guest Brits feel very passionately about roast potatoes. A BBC Christmas dinner guide annoyed Twitter users who argued the spuds' portion size wasn't big e...

Apple hires another prominent cardiologist as it makes heart health a big area of focus The most recent Apple Watch smartwatches include features that track an irregular heart rate as well as potential abnormalities in the heart's r...

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Beating cancer: How viruses are being used to infect and kill tumours We’ve long known that viruses can target cancers in our bodies. Now, thanks to gene editing, we’re using them as tumour search and destroy agents – a...

Halloween 2019: Check Out These Exciting Restaurant Deals And Events In Delhi And Mumbai Get into the ghostly 'spirit' and bring out the devilish side of yours with these sinful foods and spine-chilling events in your city. Grab these off...

BBC Christmas dinner guide angers Brits by suggesting just one potato per guest Brits feel very passionately about roast potatoes. A BBC Christmas dinner guide annoyed Twitter users who argued the spuds' portion size wasn't big e...

Nepal benefits from end to open toilet use Sunaina lives in Majhi, a village of 104 people in Nepal’s impoverished Terai region. Huts fashioned of mud, thatch and straw stand in a row along th...

Sheshatshiu: Innu First Nation in Labrador declares suicide crisis Chief Eugene Hart of the Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation said the community is in a state of grief after 14 natural deaths in the community over the la...

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Amgen posts higher biosimilar sales, ends neuroscience program Amgen Inc on Tuesday said competition for its older drugs sent third-quarter revenue down 3%, but biosimilar sales were strong and the quarterly resu...

Johnson & Johnson shares rise after it says no signs of asbestos found in baby powder after testing The company pulled the powder off of shelves after federal regulators said they found trace amounts of asbestos, a known carcinogen, in a bottle purc...

Johnson & Johnson shares rise after it says no signs of asbestos found in baby powder after testing The company pulled the powder off of shelves after federal regulators said they found trace amounts of asbestos, a known carcinogen, in a bottle purc...

Tick-borne illness that can cause brain inflammation detected in UK for the first time: officials For the first time, a potentially fatal tick-borne disease has been detected in ticks in the United Kingdom, Public Health England (PHE) announced th...

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Baby formula recalled over possible Cronobacter bacteria contamination Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd. is recalling Kirkland Signature brand Non-GMO Infant Formula for Babies Sensitive to Lactose due to possible contaminati...

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Amgen posts higher biosimilar sales, ends neuroscience program Amgen Inc on Tuesday said competition for its older drugs sent third-quarter revenue down 3%, but biosimilar sales were strong and the quarterly resu...

Johnson & Johnson shares rise after it says no signs of asbestos found in baby powder after testing The company pulled the powder off of shelves after federal regulators said they found trace amounts of asbestos, a known carcinogen, in a bottle purc...

Johnson & Johnson shares rise after it says no signs of asbestos found in baby powder after testing The company pulled the powder off of shelves after federal regulators said they found trace amounts of asbestos, a known carcinogen, in a bottle purc...

Tick-borne illness that can cause brain inflammation detected in UK for the first time: officials For the first time, a potentially fatal tick-borne disease has been detected in ticks in the United Kingdom, Public Health England (PHE) announced th...

Common symptoms of depression: What to know Depression is a common and serious mental health condition. In this article, learn about 13 of the common symptoms, which include irritability and pe...

Online THC sales, videos may be linked to vape-related lung injuries Online videos showing how to add cutting agents to THC vapes, as well as people buying THC vapes online, might contribute to the lung injury outbreak...

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There’s ‘Scarce Evidence’ to Suggest Cannabis Improves Mental Health Symptoms, a New Research Review Says Marijuana is more mainstream than it’s ever been. A growing number of states are legalizing it medicinally and recreationally; millions of peop...

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Daily on Healthcare, presented by SBEC: Senate Democrats to force GOP on the record on pre-existing conditions Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

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Baby formula recalled over possible Cronobacter bacteria contamination Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd. is recalling Kirkland Signature brand Non-GMO Infant Formula for Babies Sensitive to Lactose due to possible contaminati...

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Online THC sales, videos may be linked to vape-related lung injuries Online videos showing how to add cutting agents to THC vapes, as well as people buying THC vapes online, might contribute to the lung injury outbreak...

Online THC sales, videos may be linked to vape-related lung injuries Online videos showing how to add cutting agents to THC vapes, as well as people buying THC vapes online, might contribute to the lung injury outbreak...

What to know about pressure in the temples There are many causes of pressure in the temples. They include certain types of headache, head injuries, and some more serious conditions. Learn more...

Beating cancer: How viruses are being used to infect and kill tumours We’ve long known that viruses can target cancers in our bodies. Now, thanks to gene editing, we’re using them as tumour search and destroy agents – a...

What to know about pressure in the temples There are many causes of pressure in the temples. They include certain types of headache, head injuries, and some more serious conditions. Learn more...

There’s ‘Scarce Evidence’ to Suggest Cannabis Improves Mental Health Symptoms, a New Research Review Says Marijuana is more mainstream than it’s ever been. A growing number of states are legalizing it medicinally and recreationally; millions of peop...

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Johnson & Johnson CEO testified Baby Powder was safe 13 days before FDA bombshell Facing off against a plaintiff’s lawyer for the first time about Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder, the company’s Chief Executive Alex Gorsky earlier t...

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Assessing Dietary Habits Is Easier Now With Blood And Urine Testing; A Study Says The study found many chemical signatures or metabolites in blood and urine that can precisely reflect eating pattern and dietary intake. This can be ...

New technology better controls type 1 diabetes New research shows the benefits of artificial pancreas systems, which automatically release and adjust insulin doses, thus improving blood sugar cont...

$260 Million Opioid Settlement Reached at Last Minute With Big Drug Companies The deal involves large pharmaceutical distributors and Teva, resolving cases that sought redress from the devastation caused by two decades of opioi...

Baby formula recalled over possible Cronobacter bacteria contamination Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd. is recalling Kirkland Signature brand Non-GMO Infant Formula for Babies Sensitive to Lactose due to possible contaminati...

Justice Department issues grand jury subpoenas in J&J opioid probe: filing Johnson & Johnson received grand jury subpoenas in August from the U.S. attorney's office for the Eastern District of New York related to its opioid ...

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Cervical cancer symptoms: How to spot Coronation Street Sinead Tinker’s condition GPs have seen an uptake in cervical cancer screenings since the start of Coronation Street character Sinead Tinker’s storyline – here are the symptom...

CVS, Walmart pull select Johnson & Johnson baby powders over asbestos Walmart, CVS, and Rite Aid are pulling all 22-ounce bottles of Johnson & Johnson baby powder from their stores after due to asbestos fears after trac...

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Johnson & Johnson CEO testified Baby Powder was safe 13 days before FDA bombshell Facing off against a plaintiff’s lawyer for the first time about Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder, the company’s Chief Executive Alex Gorsky earlier t...

Johnson & Johnson CEO testified Baby Powder was safe 13 days before FDA bombshell Facing off against a plaintiff’s lawyer for the first time about Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder, the company’s Chief Executive Alex Gorsky earlier t...

Fitness guru Kayla Itsines shares at-home HIIT workout that takes just 10 minutes Kayla Itsines gave her Instagram followers an insight into her workout routine. The fitness guru shared a simple 10 minute HIIT workout that helps yo...

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Baby formula recalled over possible Cronobacter bacteria contamination Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd. is recalling Kirkland Signature brand Non-GMO Infant Formula for Babies Sensitive to Lactose due to possible contaminati...

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CVS, Walmart pull select Johnson & Johnson baby powders over asbestos Walmart, CVS, and Rite Aid are pulling all 22-ounce bottles of Johnson & Johnson baby powder from their stores after due to asbestos fears after trac...

Online THC sales, videos may be linked to vape-related lung injuries Online videos showing how to add cutting agents to THC vapes, as well as people buying THC vapes online, might contribute to the lung injury outbreak...

CVS, Walmart pull select Johnson & Johnson baby powders over asbestos Walmart, CVS, and Rite Aid are pulling all 22-ounce bottles of Johnson & Johnson baby powder from their stores after due to asbestos fears after trac...

'Patent thicket' bill caught in tug-of-war over drug pricing reforms The bill is being blocked by Democratic senators looking for assurances the chamber's GOP leaders will take up comprehensive legislation to address d...

Online THC sales, videos may be linked to vape-related lung injuries Online videos showing how to add cutting agents to THC vapes, as well as people buying THC vapes online, might contribute to the lung injury outbreak...

Johnson & Johnson CEO testified Baby Powder was safe 13 days before FDA bombshell Facing off against a plaintiff’s lawyer for the first time about Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder, the company’s Chief Executive Alex Gorsky earlier t...

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Cancer care: Are personalized exercise prescriptions the future? In a series of recent papers, a group of scientists outlines the importance of exercise for individuals with cancer and those who have survived cance...

Cancer care: Are personalized exercise prescriptions the future? In a series of recent papers, a group of scientists outlines the importance of exercise for individuals with cancer and those who have survived cance...

Baby formula recalled over possible Cronobacter bacteria contamination Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd. is recalling Kirkland Signature brand Non-GMO Infant Formula for Babies Sensitive to Lactose due to possible contaminati...

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CVS, Walmart pull select Johnson & Johnson baby powders over asbestos Walmart, CVS, and Rite Aid are pulling all 22-ounce bottles of Johnson & Johnson baby powder from their stores after due to asbestos fears after trac...

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Online THC sales, videos may be linked to vape-related lung injuries Online videos showing how to add cutting agents to THC vapes, as well as people buying THC vapes online, might contribute to the lung injury outbreak...

Online THC sales, videos may be linked to vape-related lung injuries Online videos showing how to add cutting agents to THC vapes, as well as people buying THC vapes online, might contribute to the lung injury outbreak...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

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WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

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Walmart, CVS and Rite Aid pull 22-ounce J&J baby powder off shelves Three major U.S. retailers, including Walmart, are removing all 22-ounce bottles of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder from their stores, following the ...

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Canadian doctor urges flexible diagnostic approach to autism to reduce wait times The Canadian Pediatric Society has released recommendations for a more flexible approach to a diagnostic approach that would include community-based ...

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Mum says bargain cream from Aldi ‘cured’ her son’s painful eczema overnight An Aldi customer has raved about Palmer's Cocoa Butter that you can pick up at the supermarket. Apparently, the product has helped her son to clear h...

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North Carolina mom diagnosed with breast cancer during pregnancy says God, family helped her through illness A North Carolina mom diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer while she was pregnant with her first child says God, family and friends help...

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What to know about pica Pica occurs when people crave and eat nonfood items. In some cases, this behavior can become harmful. This article describes what pica is, lists some...

High-Salt Diet May Result In Cognitive Impairment: Study The study said that such a diet may cause a deficiency of the compound nitric oxide in the brain, even potentially contributing to development of Alz...

Walmart, CVS and Rite Aid pull 22-ounce J&J baby powder off shelves Three major U.S. retailers, including Walmart, are removing all 22-ounce bottles of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder from their stores, following the ...

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Canadian doctor urges flexible diagnostic approach to autism to reduce wait times The Canadian Pediatric Society has released recommendations for a more flexible approach to a diagnostic approach that would include community-based ...

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When Life Gives You Parkinson’s podcast: A visit with the neurologist On this 'Extra Dosage' episode of 'When Life Gives You Parkinson's,' Larry Gifford speaks with his neurologist and movement disorder specialist Dr. J...

That New Alzheimer’s Drug? Don’t Get Your Hopes Up Yet After declaring aducanumab a failure, the manufacturer now says the drug may help slow cognitive decline in certain patients. Some experts are skepti...

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North Carolina mom diagnosed with breast cancer during pregnancy says God, family helped her through illness A North Carolina mom diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer while she was pregnant with her first child says God, family and friends help...

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That New Alzheimer’s Drug? Don’t Get Your Hopes Up Yet After declaring aducanumab a failure, the manufacturer now says the drug may help slow cognitive decline in certain patients. Some experts are skepti...

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Recovery after a vasectomy: What to know Vasectomies are safe procedures with a low risk of complications. Here we discuss what to expect during the recovery period after a vasectomy and pro...

That last toke for the road could be a downer with pot breathalyzers coming One toke for the road could end up being a total bummer for drivers who smoke pot, with several companies in the United States preparing to market ca...

UN health agency launches week of action to ban lead paint Although exposure to lead remains a key global health concern, particularly as it impacts childhood development, only 73 countries have legally bindi...

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Under Trump, Obamacare premiums down second year in a row Obamacare premiums for midlevel plans will fall by 4% next year, bucking predictions that premiums would soar after the Trump administration and cong...

This Carrot-Based Dessert May Actually Help Sustain Weight Loss, Here's How Carrot in itself is a storehouse of nutrients and there are ample reasons to include it in your winter diet. Carrots are also fairly beneficial for w...

After miscarriages, woman discovers condition was giving her uterus 'an acid bath' A 22-year-old British woman who suffered two miscarriages and a failed round of IVF learned a condition was preventing her from becoming a mom by ess...

Recovery after a vasectomy: What to know Vasectomies are safe procedures with a low risk of complications. Here we discuss what to expect during the recovery period after a vasectomy and pro...

Mom claims epidural failed during emergency C-section: 'It was like living in a nightmare' A British woman says her newborn son will be her first and last child after the epidural she received prior to his birth allegedly wore off during an...

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HIV-positive British living in Spain could lose healthcare post-Brexit (Reuters Health) - British citizens with HIV who live in Spain could face serious healthcare challenges in the event of a no-deal Brexit, potentially...

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Increased prostate cancer risk linked to higher dairy consumption Mayo Clinic researchers say prior studies show prostate cancer risk is higher in Western nations that rely on dairy as a main source of calcium compa...

Abortion is now no longer illegal in Northern Ireland Women and girls in Northern Ireland can now legally access abortions, seek medical aftercare and can get funding to travel to England for the procedu...

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This Carrot-Based Dessert May Actually Help Sustain Weight Loss, Here's How Carrot in itself is a storehouse of nutrients and there are ample reasons to include it in your winter diet. Carrots are also fairly beneficial for w...

After miscarriages, woman discovers condition was giving her uterus 'an acid bath' A 22-year-old British woman who suffered two miscarriages and a failed round of IVF learned a condition was preventing her from becoming a mom by ess...

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Buttigieg calls for repealing Trump corporate tax cut to pay for healthcare expansion Pete Buttigieg’s campaign unveiled a plan for financing the candidate’s healthcare proposal, "Medicare for all who want it," as scrutiny of his rival...

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Buttigieg calls for repealing Trump corporate tax cut to pay for healthcare expansion Pete Buttigieg’s campaign unveiled a plan for financing the candidate’s healthcare proposal, "Medicare for all who want it," as scrutiny of his rival...

Increased prostate cancer risk linked to higher dairy consumption Mayo Clinic researchers say prior studies show prostate cancer risk is higher in Western nations that rely on dairy as a main source of calcium compa...

What Causes a Mysterious Paralysis in Children? Researchers Find Viral Clues In one study, nearly 70 percent of children with the disease had antibodies to common enteroviruses that usually produce mild effects but can sometim...

Mom claims epidural failed during emergency C-section: 'It was like living in a nightmare' A British woman says her newborn son will be her first and last child after the epidural she received prior to his birth allegedly wore off during an...

$260 Million Opioid Settlement Reached at Last Minute With Big Drug Companies The deal involves large pharmaceutical distributors and Teva, resolving cases that sought redress from the devastation caused by two decades of opioi...

HIV-positive British living in Spain could lose healthcare post-Brexit (Reuters Health) - British citizens with HIV who live in Spain could face serious healthcare challenges in the event of a no-deal Brexit, potentially...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Increased prostate cancer risk linked to higher dairy consumption Mayo Clinic researchers say prior studies show prostate cancer risk is higher in Western nations that rely on dairy as a main source of calcium compa...

Abortion is now no longer illegal in Northern Ireland Women and girls in Northern Ireland can now legally access abortions, seek medical aftercare and can get funding to travel to England for the procedu...

Man’s body brews its own beer after yeast take over his gut microbiome One man in the US has started producing beer in his gut after a course of antibiotics allowed brewer’s yeast to outcompete the other microbes in his ...

Eating plant-based food over meat ‘boosts men’s erections by 500%’ New Netflix documentary The Game Changers looks at the impact of athletes adopting a meat-free diet – and it had a rather surprising effect on three ...

Medicare fraud cases settled for $7.1M after knee braces, injections deemed unnecessary Seven former Osteo Relief Institute clinics accused of billing Medicare for unnecessary knee braces and injections to treat osteoarthritis have agree...

Quebec to review how it tests drinking water following investigative report Speaking to reporters after a cabinet meeting, Quebec Premier François Legault said he was surprised by what he learned about his province's practice...

Elizabeth Warren says she'll deliver plan to fund Medicare for All INDIANOLA, Iowa — Elizabeth Warren said she'll soon unveil a plan to pay for her Medicare for All plan after weeks of criticism for not providing det...

NIH: Drug reverses liver fat, slows fibrosis in HIV-positive people The National Institutes of Health said Tuesday that researchers have discovered that the drug tesamorelin can reduce liver fat and prevent progressio...

Dementia in football: Ex-players three and a half times more likely to die of condition Former professional footballers are three and a half times more likely to die of dementia than people of the same age range in the general population...

First-time evidence suggests that fat can accumulate in the lungs New evidence shows that fatty tissue can build up in the airways, affecting lung health, especially in people with obesity. This may contribute to as...

UN Committee says Ebola in DR Congo still an international public health emergency The Ebola outbreak in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) officially remains a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, exper...

Buttigieg calls for repealing Trump corporate tax cut to pay for healthcare expansion Pete Buttigieg’s campaign unveiled a plan for financing the candidate’s healthcare proposal, "Medicare for all who want it," as scrutiny of his rival...

Alphabet's Ruth Porat opens up about her bouts with cancer and Google's work in early detection Porat, who was twice diagnosed with breast cancer, wrote about Google's work in helping patients get diagnosed earlier and improving the quality...

Buttigieg calls for repealing Trump corporate tax cut to pay for healthcare expansion Pete Buttigieg’s campaign unveiled a plan for financing the candidate’s healthcare proposal, "Medicare for all who want it," as scrutiny of his rival...

Increased prostate cancer risk linked to higher dairy consumption Mayo Clinic researchers say prior studies show prostate cancer risk is higher in Western nations that rely on dairy as a main source of calcium compa...

What Causes a Mysterious Paralysis in Children? Researchers Find Viral Clues In one study, nearly 70 percent of children with the disease had antibodies to common enteroviruses that usually produce mild effects but can sometim...

Americans are suffering from financial stress. Here's what you can do about it More than half of Americans agree that "thinking about my personal finances can make me feel anxious." Financial stress can take a toll on our heath....

UN Committee says Ebola in DR Congo still an international public health emergency The Ebola outbreak in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) officially remains a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, exper...

NIH: Drug reverses liver fat, slows fibrosis in HIV-positive people The National Institutes of Health said Tuesday that researchers have discovered that the drug tesamorelin can reduce liver fat and prevent progressio...

Man’s body brews its own beer after yeast take over his gut microbiome One man in the US has started producing beer in his gut after a course of antibiotics allowed brewer’s yeast to outcompete the other microbes in his ...

First-time evidence suggests that fat can accumulate in the lungs New evidence shows that fatty tissue can build up in the airways, affecting lung health, especially in people with obesity. This may contribute to as...

Man’s body brews its own beer after yeast take over his gut microbiome One man in the US has started producing beer in his gut after a course of antibiotics allowed brewer’s yeast to outcompete the other microbes in his ...

Eating plant-based food over meat ‘boosts men’s erections by 500%’ New Netflix documentary The Game Changers looks at the impact of athletes adopting a meat-free diet – and it had a rather surprising effect on three ...

Medicare fraud cases settled for $7.1M after knee braces, injections deemed unnecessary Seven former Osteo Relief Institute clinics accused of billing Medicare for unnecessary knee braces and injections to treat osteoarthritis have agree...

Quebec to review how it tests drinking water following investigative report Speaking to reporters after a cabinet meeting, Quebec Premier François Legault said he was surprised by what he learned about his province's practice...

Elizabeth Warren says she'll deliver plan to fund Medicare for All INDIANOLA, Iowa — Elizabeth Warren said she'll soon unveil a plan to pay for her Medicare for All plan after weeks of criticism for not providing det...

NIH: Drug reverses liver fat, slows fibrosis in HIV-positive people The National Institutes of Health said Tuesday that researchers have discovered that the drug tesamorelin can reduce liver fat and prevent progressio...

Opioid Settlement Talks Stumble With Trial Set for Monday A federal judge had summoned chief executives of drug companies and representatives of states and local governments to try to hammer out a deal. But ...

Johnson & Johnson Recalls Batch of a Baby Powder After Trace Asbestos Found in Bottle Johnson & Johnson on Friday recalled a single batch of its baby powder as a precaution after government testing found trace amounts of asbestos in on...

Juul Suspends Online Sales of Flavored E-Cigarettes Facing multiple inquiries into its marketing practices and its role in the rise of teenage vaping, the company suspended internet access to mango, cu...

Opioid Settlement Talks Stumble With Trial Set for Monday A federal judge had summoned chief executives of drug companies and representatives of states and local governments to try to hammer out a deal. But ...

Americans are suffering from financial stress. Here's what you can do about it More than half of Americans agree that "thinking about my personal finances can make me feel anxious." Financial stress can take a toll on our heath....

UN Committee says Ebola in DR Congo still an international public health emergency The Ebola outbreak in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) officially remains a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, exper...

NIH: Drug reverses liver fat, slows fibrosis in HIV-positive people The National Institutes of Health said Tuesday that researchers have discovered that the drug tesamorelin can reduce liver fat and prevent progressio...

Man’s body brews its own beer after yeast take over his gut microbiome One man in the US has started producing beer in his gut after a course of antibiotics allowed brewer’s yeast to outcompete the other microbes in his ...

First-time evidence suggests that fat can accumulate in the lungs New evidence shows that fatty tissue can build up in the airways, affecting lung health, especially in people with obesity. This may contribute to as...

Eating plant-based food over meat ‘boosts men’s erections by 500%’ New Netflix documentary The Game Changers looks at the impact of athletes adopting a meat-free diet – and it had a rather surprising effect on three ...

Trump promotes private Medicare coverage, drawing contrast with Democrats' health care plans Trump leaned into his grievances — against "socialism," his 2020 rivals and the growing impeachment threat — as he set out his 2020 health care messa...

Rare condition causes man’s testicles to swell to 7 pounds: case report A 43-year-old Panama man was the focus of a recent case report that detailed a rare condition that caused his testicles to swell to an enormous size....

Johnson & Johnson Recalls Batch of a Baby Powder After Trace Asbestos Found in Bottle Johnson & Johnson on Friday recalled a single batch of its baby powder as a precaution after government testing found trace amounts of asbestos in on...

Opioid settlement talks fail, landmark trial expected Monday A landmark trial over the U.S. opioid epidemic is on track to begin on Monday after drug companies and local governments failed to agree on a settlem...

Johnson & Johnson Recalls Batch of a Baby Powder After Trace Asbestos Found in Bottle Johnson & Johnson on Friday recalled a single batch of its baby powder as a precaution after government testing found trace amounts of asbestos in on...

Opioid Settlement Talks Stumble With Trial Set for Monday A federal judge had summoned chief executives of drug companies and representatives of states and local governments to try to hammer out a deal. But ...

Johnson & Johnson Recalls Batch of a Baby Powder After Trace Asbestos Found in Bottle Johnson & Johnson on Friday recalled a single batch of its baby powder as a precaution after government testing found trace amounts of asbestos in on...

Juul Suspends Online Sales of Flavored E-Cigarettes Facing multiple inquiries into its marketing practices and its role in the rise of teenage vaping, the company suspended internet access to mango, cu...

Opioid Settlement Talks Stumble With Trial Set for Monday A federal judge had summoned chief executives of drug companies and representatives of states and local governments to try to hammer out a deal. But ...

Opioid Settlement Talks Stumble With Trial Set for Monday A federal judge had summoned chief executives of drug companies and representatives of states and local governments to try to hammer out a deal. But ...

World War II glamour girls barred from hospital over fears of catcalling by veterans A California veterans hospital blocked a group of World War II-style volunteers from visiting its patients, claiming the women's pinup flare would pr...

Rare condition causes man’s testicles to swell to 7 pounds: case report A 43-year-old Panama man was the focus of a recent case report that detailed a rare condition that caused his testicles to swell to an enormous size....

Eating plant-based food over meat ‘boosts men’s erections by 500%’ New Netflix documentary The Game Changers looks at the impact of athletes adopting a meat-free diet – and it had a rather surprising effect on three ...

Trump promotes private Medicare coverage, drawing contrast with Democrats' health care plans Trump leaned into his grievances — against "socialism," his 2020 rivals and the growing impeachment threat — as he set out his 2020 health care messa...

Rare condition causes man’s testicles to swell to 7 pounds: case report A 43-year-old Panama man was the focus of a recent case report that detailed a rare condition that caused his testicles to swell to an enormous size....

Johnson & Johnson Recalls Batch of a Baby Powder After Trace Asbestos Found in Bottle Johnson & Johnson on Friday recalled a single batch of its baby powder as a precaution after government testing found trace amounts of asbestos in on...

Opioid settlement talks fail, landmark trial expected Monday A landmark trial over the U.S. opioid epidemic is on track to begin on Monday after drug companies and local governments failed to agree on a settlem...

Johnson & Johnson Recalls Batch of a Baby Powder After Trace Asbestos Found in Bottle Johnson & Johnson on Friday recalled a single batch of its baby powder as a precaution after government testing found trace amounts of asbestos in on...

How does taurine affect the body? Taurine is an amino acid that occurs naturally in the body. People can also get taurine from supplements and other dietary sources. This article outl...

41 Pc Milk Samples Of Poor Quality, 7 Pc Samples Unfit To Consume: FSSAI Survey The milk survey was conducted from May 2018 to 2019, covering all States and Union Territories with the objective of monitoring the safety and qualit...

UN Committee says Ebola in DR Congo still an international public health emergency The Ebola outbreak in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) officially remains a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, exper...

Juul Suspends Online Sales of Flavored E-Cigarettes Facing multiple inquiries into its marketing practices and its role in the rise of teenage vaping, the company suspended internet access to mango, cu...

Opioid Settlement Talks Stumble With Trial Set for Monday A federal judge had summoned chief executives of drug companies and representatives of states and local governments to try to hammer out a deal. But ...

World War II glamour girls barred from hospital over fears of catcalling by veterans A California veterans hospital blocked a group of World War II-style volunteers from visiting its patients, claiming the women's pinup flare would pr...

Rare condition causes man’s testicles to swell to 7 pounds: case report A 43-year-old Panama man was the focus of a recent case report that detailed a rare condition that caused his testicles to swell to an enormous size....

What is cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome? Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome is a condition that some long term users of marijuana develop. The hallmarks of the condition include repeated and s...

Why Collaboration and Innovation Are Key to Improving Medical Research Behind any landmark cure is years of medical research. But the old goal of research — to find a one-size-fits-all treatment for a disease, base...

Hot Pot Soups, Dim Sums And Asian Broths, Ni Hao's Revamped Menu Is Offering Something For Every Pal While Ni Hao's previous menu was itself so elaborate, they still thought of taking their food game a notch higher by introducing a plethora of Asian ...

NIH: Drug reverses liver fat, slows fibrosis in HIV-positive people The National Institutes of Health said Tuesday that researchers have discovered that the drug tesamorelin can reduce liver fat and prevent progressio...

Zantac Recall Widens as Sanofi Pulls Its Drug Over Carcinogen Fears The company’s announcement follows decisions by Walgreens, CVS and others to remove the drug from their shelves and after other manufacturers recalle...

How does taurine affect the body? Taurine is an amino acid that occurs naturally in the body. People can also get taurine from supplements and other dietary sources. This article outl...

41 Pc Milk Samples Of Poor Quality, 7 Pc Samples Unfit To Consume: FSSAI Survey The milk survey was conducted from May 2018 to 2019, covering all States and Union Territories with the objective of monitoring the safety and qualit...

UN Committee says Ebola in DR Congo still an international public health emergency The Ebola outbreak in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) officially remains a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, exper...

Juul Suspends Online Sales of Flavored E-Cigarettes Facing multiple inquiries into its marketing practices and its role in the rise of teenage vaping, the company suspended internet access to mango, cu...

Juul Suspends Online Sales of Flavored E-Cigarettes Facing multiple inquiries into its marketing practices and its role in the rise of teenage vaping, the company suspended internet access to mango, cu...

Trump promotes private Medicare coverage, drawing contrast with Democrats' health care plans Trump leaned into his grievances — against "socialism," his 2020 rivals and the growing impeachment threat — as he set out his 2020 health care messa...

Can scientists tame the common cold? Every fall, as the weather gets colder and nighttime stretches longer, people brace for a season of sore throats, sneezing, and runny noses: the symp...

Why Collaboration and Innovation Are Key to Improving Medical Research Behind any landmark cure is years of medical research. But the old goal of research — to find a one-size-fits-all treatment for a disease, base...

Juul Suspends Online Sales of Flavored E-Cigarettes Facing multiple inquiries into its marketing practices and its role in the rise of teenage vaping, the company suspended internet access to mango, cu...

Trump promotes private Medicare coverage, drawing contrast with Democrats' health care plans Trump leaned into his grievances — against "socialism," his 2020 rivals and the growing impeachment threat — as he set out his 2020 health care messa...

What is cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome? Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome is a condition that some long term users of marijuana develop. The hallmarks of the condition include repeated and s...

Why Collaboration and Innovation Are Key to Improving Medical Research Behind any landmark cure is years of medical research. But the old goal of research — to find a one-size-fits-all treatment for a disease, base...

Hot Pot Soups, Dim Sums And Asian Broths, Ni Hao's Revamped Menu Is Offering Something For Every Pal While Ni Hao's previous menu was itself so elaborate, they still thought of taking their food game a notch higher by introducing a plethora of Asian ...

NIH: Drug reverses liver fat, slows fibrosis in HIV-positive people The National Institutes of Health said Tuesday that researchers have discovered that the drug tesamorelin can reduce liver fat and prevent progressio...

Zantac Recall Widens as Sanofi Pulls Its Drug Over Carcinogen Fears The company’s announcement follows decisions by Walgreens, CVS and others to remove the drug from their shelves and after other manufacturers recalle...

Hospice care needs some help from Congress It was me and my sister in a room watching our brother hooked up to an oxygen machine and laboring to breathe. The machine buzzed. I went into the ha...

Mosquito-borne EEE kills another Massachusetts resident; man remembered for 'huge giving heart' A 58-year-old Massachusetts man has died from the rare but serious mosquito-borne Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) virus, according to his obituary....

Drug Giants Close In on a $50 Billion Settlement of Opioid Cases The nation’s three largest drug distributors, as well as two manufacturers, are in intense negotiations to settle thousands of cases before a trial s...

What to know about cramping and IUDs Many people experience cramping after the insertion or removal of an IUD. Cramping usually disappears fairly quickly. However, some people may experi...

Factbox: U.S. vaping-related deaths rise to 33 U.S. health officials on Thursday reported 33 deaths and 1,479 confirmed and probable cases so far from a mysterious respiratory illness tied to vapi...

Juul Suspends Online Sales of Flavored E-Cigarettes Facing multiple inquiries into its marketing practices and its role in the rise of teenage vaping, the company suspended internet access to mango, cu...

Trump promotes private Medicare coverage, drawing contrast with Democrats' health care plans Trump leaned into his grievances — against "socialism," his 2020 rivals and the growing impeachment threat — as he set out his 2020 health care messa...

Can scientists tame the common cold? Every fall, as the weather gets colder and nighttime stretches longer, people brace for a season of sore throats, sneezing, and runny noses: the symp...

Why Collaboration and Innovation Are Key to Improving Medical Research Behind any landmark cure is years of medical research. But the old goal of research — to find a one-size-fits-all treatment for a disease, base...

Juul Suspends Online Sales of Flavored E-Cigarettes Facing multiple inquiries into its marketing practices and its role in the rise of teenage vaping, the company suspended internet access to mango, cu...

Trump promotes private Medicare coverage, drawing contrast with Democrats' health care plans Trump leaned into his grievances — against "socialism," his 2020 rivals and the growing impeachment threat — as he set out his 2020 health care messa...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Drug Giants Close In on a $50 Billion Settlement of Opioid Cases The nation’s three largest drug distributors, as well as two manufacturers, are in intense negotiations to settle thousands of cases before a trial s...

Florida boy, 5, battling aggressive brain cancer gets to patrol with Coast Guard, police A 5-year-old Florida boy who is battling aggressive brain cancer got to live his dream last week when the Coast Guard, U.S. Customs and Border Protec...

Wednesday’s Daily Brief: Soaring obesity rates, sustainable development funding alliance, new UN office to support Haiti A recap of Wednesday’s main stories: Poor global diets triggering obesity; cancer incidents expected to rise indicates new 'atlas'; CEOs join UN to t...

Florida boy, 5, battling aggressive brain cancer gets to patrol with Coast Guard, police A 5-year-old Florida boy who is battling aggressive brain cancer got to live his dream last week when the Coast Guard, U.S. Customs and Border Protec...

Wednesday’s Daily Brief: Soaring obesity rates, sustainable development funding alliance, new UN office to support Haiti A recap of Wednesday’s main stories: Poor global diets triggering obesity; cancer incidents expected to rise indicates new 'atlas'; CEOs join UN to t...

Florida boy, 5, battling aggressive brain cancer gets to patrol with Coast Guard, police A 5-year-old Florida boy who is battling aggressive brain cancer got to live his dream last week when the Coast Guard, U.S. Customs and Border Protec...

Hospice care needs some help from Congress It was me and my sister in a room watching our brother hooked up to an oxygen machine and laboring to breathe. The machine buzzed. I went into the ha...

Mosquito-borne EEE kills another Massachusetts resident; man remembered for 'huge giving heart' A 58-year-old Massachusetts man has died from the rare but serious mosquito-borne Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) virus, according to his obituary....

Drug Giants Close In on a $50 Billion Settlement of Opioid Cases The nation’s three largest drug distributors, as well as two manufacturers, are in intense negotiations to settle thousands of cases before a trial s...

What to know about cramping and IUDs Many people experience cramping after the insertion or removal of an IUD. Cramping usually disappears fairly quickly. However, some people may experi...

Factbox: U.S. vaping-related deaths rise to 33 U.S. health officials on Thursday reported 33 deaths and 1,479 confirmed and probable cases so far from a mysterious respiratory illness tied to vapi...

How deadly disease outbreaks could worsen as the climate changes Environmental destruction risks increasing the spread of deadly diseases including Ebola and malaria, with serious consequences for future public hea...

How deadly disease outbreaks could worsen as the climate changes Environmental destruction risks increasing the spread of deadly diseases including Ebola and malaria, with serious consequences for future public hea...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Drug Giants Close In on a $50 Billion Settlement of Opioid Cases The nation’s three largest drug distributors, as well as two manufacturers, are in intense negotiations to settle thousands of cases before a trial s...

Florida boy, 5, battling aggressive brain cancer gets to patrol with Coast Guard, police A 5-year-old Florida boy who is battling aggressive brain cancer got to live his dream last week when the Coast Guard, U.S. Customs and Border Protec...

Wednesday’s Daily Brief: Soaring obesity rates, sustainable development funding alliance, new UN office to support Haiti A recap of Wednesday’s main stories: Poor global diets triggering obesity; cancer incidents expected to rise indicates new 'atlas'; CEOs join UN to t...

Florida boy, 5, battling aggressive brain cancer gets to patrol with Coast Guard, police A 5-year-old Florida boy who is battling aggressive brain cancer got to live his dream last week when the Coast Guard, U.S. Customs and Border Protec...

Wednesday’s Daily Brief: Soaring obesity rates, sustainable development funding alliance, new UN office to support Haiti A recap of Wednesday’s main stories: Poor global diets triggering obesity; cancer incidents expected to rise indicates new 'atlas'; CEOs join UN to t...

Florida boy, 5, battling aggressive brain cancer gets to patrol with Coast Guard, police A 5-year-old Florida boy who is battling aggressive brain cancer got to live his dream last week when the Coast Guard, U.S. Customs and Border Protec...

Ousted Planned Parenthood president: Abortion should be 'safe, legal, and rare' Dr. Leana Wen, the Planned Parenthood president who said she was ousted because she opposed the organization's politicization, tweeted her support fo...

Scientists find how deadly malaria parasite jumped from gorillas to humans Scientists who resurrected a 50,000-year-old gene sequence have analyzed it to figure out how the world's deadliest malaria parasite jumped from gori...

U.N. Finds One-Third of All Children Under 5 Are Undernourished or Overweight UNITED NATIONS — The U.N. children’s agency says one-third of children worldwide under age 5 — about 200 million youngsters —...

How deadly disease outbreaks could worsen as the climate changes Environmental destruction risks increasing the spread of deadly diseases including Ebola and malaria, with serious consequences for future public hea...

How deadly disease outbreaks could worsen as the climate changes Environmental destruction risks increasing the spread of deadly diseases including Ebola and malaria, with serious consequences for future public hea...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

For ‘Erin Brockovich’ Fans, a David vs. Goliath Tale With a Twist Robert Bilott was a corporate defense lawyer when a stranger shared a theory about why his cows were dying. “Exposure” is his story of what happened ...

Federal judge strikes down Obama mandate requiring doctors to perform sex reassignment surgery A federal judge struck down an Obama administration mandate requiring doctors to perform gender transition procedures, deeming it in violation of con...

How deadly disease outbreaks could worsen as the climate changes Environmental destruction risks increasing the spread of deadly diseases including Ebola and malaria, with serious consequences for future public hea...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: UNICEF child health report, Peacekeeping operations end in Haiti, Syria-Turkey latest, Haitian migrants deported from Bahamas A recap of Tuesday’s stories: Millions of children undernourished and overweight says landmark report; Security Council marks transition after 15 yea...

NIH: Drug reverses liver fat, slows fibrosis in HIV-positive people The National Institutes of Health said Tuesday that researchers have discovered that the drug tesamorelin can reduce liver fat and prevent progressio...

Here are all the areas in health care Amazon could look to expand to, according to one analyst "There may be some regulatory issues ... but we don't think they'd be significant, quite frankly," Loop Capital Markets' Anthony Chuku...

Ousted Planned Parenthood president: Abortion should be 'safe, legal, and rare' Dr. Leana Wen, the Planned Parenthood president who said she was ousted because she opposed the organization's politicization, tweeted her support fo...

Scientists find how deadly malaria parasite jumped from gorillas to humans Scientists who resurrected a 50,000-year-old gene sequence have analyzed it to figure out how the world's deadliest malaria parasite jumped from gori...

U.N. Finds One-Third of All Children Under 5 Are Undernourished or Overweight UNITED NATIONS — The U.N. children’s agency says one-third of children worldwide under age 5 — about 200 million youngsters —...

Eliud Kipchoge Becomes First Person in Recorded History to Run a Marathon in Under 2 Hours On Saturday, Eliud Kipchoge became the first person in recorded history to run a 26.2-mile marathon in less than two hours. The 34-year-old Kenyan ru...

CBO: Pelosi drug pricing bill would save government $345B over 10 years, but stifle new treatments House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's bill to let the government negotiate prices on some drugs would save the government $345 billion over seven years but st...

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Genetic engineering tool promises to aid discovery of new drugs inside microbes Scientists have found a new way to coax microbes into producing valuable secondary metabolites, chemical compounds that help microbes adapt to changi...

Genetic engineering tool promises to aid discovery of new drugs inside microbes Scientists have found a new way to coax microbes into producing valuable secondary metabolites, chemical compounds that help microbes adapt to changi...

For ‘Erin Brockovich’ Fans, a David vs. Goliath Tale With a Twist Robert Bilott was a corporate defense lawyer when a stranger shared a theory about why his cows were dying. “Exposure” is his story of what happened ...

Federal judge strikes down Obama mandate requiring doctors to perform sex reassignment surgery A federal judge struck down an Obama administration mandate requiring doctors to perform gender transition procedures, deeming it in violation of con...

How deadly disease outbreaks could worsen as the climate changes Environmental destruction risks increasing the spread of deadly diseases including Ebola and malaria, with serious consequences for future public hea...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: UNICEF child health report, Peacekeeping operations end in Haiti, Syria-Turkey latest, Haitian migrants deported from Bahamas A recap of Tuesday’s stories: Millions of children undernourished and overweight says landmark report; Security Council marks transition after 15 yea...

NIH: Drug reverses liver fat, slows fibrosis in HIV-positive people The National Institutes of Health said Tuesday that researchers have discovered that the drug tesamorelin can reduce liver fat and prevent progressio...

Here are all the areas in health care Amazon could look to expand to, according to one analyst "There may be some regulatory issues ... but we don't think they'd be significant, quite frankly," Loop Capital Markets' Anthony Chuku...

Publix recalls white American cheese over 'foreign material' concerns Popular supermarket chain Publix late last week announced a voluntary recall of its Deli White American Cheese over concerns the product may contain ...

Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Garlic Salt At Home And Why You Must Include It In Your Diet Make the versatile garlic salt with this easy recipe and enjoy a delicious meal every single time.Garlic salt is a seasoned salt made with regular sa...

Want to regrow organs and defy cancer? Just copy these awesome animals Creatures with incredible superpowers including the ability to survive being frozen and suffocated and resist ageing could revolutionise medicine, sp...

CBO: Pelosi drug pricing bill would save government $345B over 10 years, but stifle new treatments House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's bill to let the government negotiate prices on some drugs would save the government $345 billion over seven years but st...

Dibsy debates if 'fat-shaming' works after he was banned from takeaways Dibsy shot to fame when he was banned from takeaway chains by his personal trainer. He has since shed 20st – and some think this is down to 'fat sham...

Eliud Kipchoge Becomes First Person in Recorded History to Run a Marathon in Under 2 Hours On Saturday, Eliud Kipchoge became the first person in recorded history to run a 26.2-mile marathon in less than two hours. The 34-year-old Kenyan ru...

CBO: Pelosi drug pricing bill would save government $345B over 10 years, but stifle new treatments House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's bill to let the government negotiate prices on some drugs would save the government $345 billion over seven years but st...

Want to regrow organs and defy cancer? Just copy these awesome animals Creatures with incredible superpowers including the ability to survive being frozen and suffocated and resist ageing could revolutionise medicine, sp...

For ‘Erin Brockovich’ Fans, a David vs. Goliath Tale With a Twist Robert Bilott was a corporate defense lawyer when a stranger shared a theory about why his cows were dying. “Exposure” is his story of what happened ...

Genetic engineering tool promises to aid discovery of new drugs inside microbes Scientists have found a new way to coax microbes into producing valuable secondary metabolites, chemical compounds that help microbes adapt to changi...

Genetic engineering tool promises to aid discovery of new drugs inside microbes Scientists have found a new way to coax microbes into producing valuable secondary metabolites, chemical compounds that help microbes adapt to changi...

Judge Orders Pause in Opioid Litigation Against Purdue Pharma and Sacklers The stay is only until Nov. 6. During that time, the parties must negotiate a plan for disclosing the details of the Sacklers’ wealth and Purdue’s ro...

CBO: Pelosi drug pricing bill would save government $345B over 10 years, but stifle new treatments House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's bill to let the government negotiate prices on some drugs would save the government $345 billion over seven years but st...

CBO: Pelosi drug pricing bill would save government $345B over 10 years, but stifle new treatments House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's bill to let the government negotiate prices on some drugs would save the government $345 billion over seven years but st...

Dibsy debates if 'fat-shaming' works after he was banned from takeaways Dibsy shot to fame when he was banned from takeaway chains by his personal trainer. He has since shed 20st – and some think this is down to 'fat sham...

Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Garlic Salt At Home And Why You Must Include It In Your Diet Make the versatile garlic salt with this easy recipe and enjoy a delicious meal every single time.Garlic salt is a seasoned salt made with regular sa...

Publix recalls white American cheese over 'foreign material' concerns Popular supermarket chain Publix late last week announced a voluntary recall of its Deli White American Cheese over concerns the product may contain ...

Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Garlic Salt At Home And Why You Must Include It In Your Diet Make the versatile garlic salt with this easy recipe and enjoy a delicious meal every single time.Garlic salt is a seasoned salt made with regular sa...

Want to regrow organs and defy cancer? Just copy these awesome animals Creatures with incredible superpowers including the ability to survive being frozen and suffocated and resist ageing could revolutionise medicine, sp...

CBO: Pelosi drug pricing bill would save government $345B over 10 years, but stifle new treatments House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's bill to let the government negotiate prices on some drugs would save the government $345 billion over seven years but st...

Dibsy debates if 'fat-shaming' works after he was banned from takeaways Dibsy shot to fame when he was banned from takeaway chains by his personal trainer. He has since shed 20st – and some think this is down to 'fat sham...

Want to regrow organs and defy cancer? Just copy these awesome animals Creatures with incredible superpowers including the ability to survive being frozen and suffocated and resist ageing could revolutionise medicine, sp...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

New study finds genetic link to some SIDS cases A genetic anomaly may be responsible for some cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, which kills more than 3,000 toddlers annually, according to a st...

Judge Orders Pause in Opioid Litigation Against Purdue Pharma and Sacklers The stay is only until Nov. 6. During that time, the parties must negotiate a plan for disclosing the details of the Sacklers’ wealth and Purdue’s ro...

CBO: Pelosi drug pricing bill would save government $345B over 10 years, but stifle new treatments House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's bill to let the government negotiate prices on some drugs would save the government $345 billion over seven years but st...

CBO: Pelosi drug pricing bill would save government $345B over 10 years, but stifle new treatments House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's bill to let the government negotiate prices on some drugs would save the government $345 billion over seven years but st...

Dibsy debates if 'fat-shaming' works after he was banned from takeaways Dibsy shot to fame when he was banned from takeaway chains by his personal trainer. He has since shed 20st – and some think this is down to 'fat sham...

Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Garlic Salt At Home And Why You Must Include It In Your Diet Make the versatile garlic salt with this easy recipe and enjoy a delicious meal every single time.Garlic salt is a seasoned salt made with regular sa...

Slow walking speed in midlife linked with faster aging A new study finds that a slow walking speed at the age of 45 correlates with premature cognitive and physical aging, and that slow gait may predict a...

Protein Diet: Use Leftover Egg Omelette To Make This Protein-Rich Dish For Lunch Or Dinner This recipe is a fun spin on common egg curry made with boiled eggs; it is omelette curry. Yes, its omelette in a curry! Use those omelettes to make ...

Want to regrow organs and defy cancer? Just copy these awesome animals Creatures with incredible superpowers including the ability to survive being frozen and suffocated and resist ageing could revolutionise medicine, sp...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

New study finds genetic link to some SIDS cases A genetic anomaly may be responsible for some cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, which kills more than 3,000 toddlers annually, according to a st...

Slow walking speed in midlife linked with faster aging A new study finds that a slow walking speed at the age of 45 correlates with premature cognitive and physical aging, and that slow gait may predict a...

Protein Diet: Use Leftover Egg Omelette To Make This Protein-Rich Dish For Lunch Or Dinner This recipe is a fun spin on common egg curry made with boiled eggs; it is omelette curry. Yes, its omelette in a curry! Use those omelettes to make ...

Dibsy debates if 'fat-shaming' works after he was banned from takeaways Dibsy shot to fame when he was banned from takeaway chains by his personal trainer. He has since shed 20st – and some think this is down to 'fat sham...

Researchers Went Through High Schoolers’ Trash to Find Out Which Tobacco Products They’re Using. Here’s What They Found The National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS) is perhaps the most conventional way to learn which tobacco products young people are using. But researchers...

Reynolds American files for FDA review of e-cigarette British American Tobacco Plc unit Reynolds American Inc said on Friday it had filed for a review of its Vuse e-cigarettes by the U.S. Food and Drug a...

Researchers Went Through High Schoolers’ Trash to Find Out Which Tobacco Products They’re Using. Here’s What They Found The National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS) is perhaps the most conventional way to learn which tobacco products young people are using. But researchers...

Pregnant Women Should Get Flu and Whooping Cough Shots, C.D.C. Says Millions do not, and they may be endangering their babies as well as themselves. Only 35 percent of pregnant women get both vaccines; about half get ...

What is plantar fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis is a common condition that causes pain in the heel. Learn more about the causes, symptoms, and treatment of plantar fasciitis here....

Dibsy debates if 'fat-shaming' works after he was banned from takeaways Dibsy shot to fame when he was banned from takeaway chains by his personal trainer. He has since shed 20st – and some think this is down to 'fat sham...

Dibsy debates if 'fat-shaming' works after he was banned from takeaways Dibsy shot to fame when he was banned from takeaway chains by his personal trainer. He has since shed 20st – and some think this is down to 'fat sham...

Researchers Went Through High Schoolers’ Trash to Find Out Which Tobacco Products They’re Using. Here’s What They Found The National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS) is perhaps the most conventional way to learn which tobacco products young people are using. But researchers...

Reynolds American files for FDA review of e-cigarette British American Tobacco Plc unit Reynolds American Inc said on Friday it had filed for a review of its Vuse e-cigarettes by the U.S. Food and Drug a...

Researchers Went Through High Schoolers’ Trash to Find Out Which Tobacco Products They’re Using. Here’s What They Found The National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS) is perhaps the most conventional way to learn which tobacco products young people are using. But researchers...

Pregnant Women Should Get Flu and Whooping Cough Shots, C.D.C. Says Millions do not, and they may be endangering their babies as well as themselves. Only 35 percent of pregnant women get both vaccines; about half get ...

'Uncharted territory': Fetal remains found in South Bend abortion doctor's car brings count to 2,411 Police have found 165 more fetuses from abortions in the trunk of a car in Illinois that was owned by a late abortion doctor, bringing the total coun...

Want to regrow organs and defy cancer? Just copy these awesome animals Creatures with incredible superpowers including the ability to survive being frozen and suffocated and resist ageing could revolutionise medicine, sp...

New study finds genetic link to some SIDS cases A genetic anomaly may be responsible for some cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, which kills more than 3,000 toddlers annually, according to a st...

U.S. health officials say vaping illness may have multiple causes U.S. health officials said on Friday there may be more than one cause behind the nationwide outbreak of serious lung illnesses linked to vaping, and ...

Trump promotes private Medicare coverage, drawing contrast with Democrats' health care plans Trump leaned into his grievances — against "socialism," his 2020 rivals and the growing impeachment threat — as he set out his 2020 health care messa...

New study finds genetic link to some SIDS cases A genetic anomaly may be responsible for some cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, which kills more than 3,000 toddlers annually, according to a st...

What is plantar fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis is a common condition that causes pain in the heel. Learn more about the causes, symptoms, and treatment of plantar fasciitis here....

Dibsy debates if 'fat-shaming' works after he was banned from takeaways Dibsy shot to fame when he was banned from takeaway chains by his personal trainer. He has since shed 20st – and some think this is down to 'fat sham...

Fewer C-sections when low-risk deliveries handled by midwives (Reuters Health) - Low-risk pregnant women who deliver in a hospital and receive care from midwives have fewer interventions and fewer cesarean secti...

These Women Say a Trusted Pediatrician Abused Them as Girls. Now They Plan to Sue. State officials stripped Stuart Copperman of his medical license almost 20 years ago. Armed with a new law, his former patients hope to file civil la...

‘Ostomy doesn’t have to define you’: Toronto woman fights to end stigma A Toronto woman is harnessing the power of social media in an effort to reduce the stigma around ostomy in an evolving campaign that has spanned a de...

Man died after 'very hot' fish cake burned his throat so badly he couldn’t breathe: report A new report says a 51-year-old British wedding planner died earlier this year after he reportedly ate a fish cake so hot it burned his throat, causi...

House panel pressures Reynolds to stop advertising Vuse e-cigarettes, pushes for documents A House panel is requesting a slew of documents from Reynolds after the company ignored the committee's request to stop advertising its e-cigare...

Man died after 'very hot' fish cake burned his throat so badly he couldn’t breathe: report A new report says a 51-year-old British wedding planner died earlier this year after he reportedly ate a fish cake so hot it burned his throat, causi...

Pregnant Women Should Get Flu and Whooping Cough Shots, C.D.C. Says Millions do not, and they may be endangering their babies as well as themselves. Only 35 percent of pregnant women get both vaccines; about half get ...

'Uncharted territory': Fetal remains found in South Bend abortion doctor's car brings count to 2,411 Police have found 165 more fetuses from abortions in the trunk of a car in Illinois that was owned by a late abortion doctor, bringing the total coun...

Want to regrow organs and defy cancer? Just copy these awesome animals Creatures with incredible superpowers including the ability to survive being frozen and suffocated and resist ageing could revolutionise medicine, sp...

New study finds genetic link to some SIDS cases A genetic anomaly may be responsible for some cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, which kills more than 3,000 toddlers annually, according to a st...

U.S. health officials say vaping illness may have multiple causes U.S. health officials said on Friday there may be more than one cause behind the nationwide outbreak of serious lung illnesses linked to vaping, and ...

Trump promotes private Medicare coverage, drawing contrast with Democrats' health care plans Trump leaned into his grievances — against "socialism," his 2020 rivals and the growing impeachment threat — as he set out his 2020 health care messa...

New study finds genetic link to some SIDS cases A genetic anomaly may be responsible for some cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, which kills more than 3,000 toddlers annually, according to a st...

Dibsy debates if 'fat-shaming' works after he was banned from takeaways Dibsy shot to fame when he was banned from takeaway chains by his personal trainer. He has since shed 20st – and some think this is down to 'fat sham...

Ebola on the run in DR Congo, ‘now we have to kill the virus’: UN health agency Efforts to eradicate the deadly Ebola epidemic in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) are proving successful but “now we have to kill the ...

U.S. appeals court will not disqualify judge in opioid cases or delay trial A federal appeals court on Thursday cleared the way for a landmark trial over the nation's opioid crisis, rejecting a bid by eight drug retailers and...

These Healthy Recipes Are A Delightful Treat To Satiate Hunger Pangs Here is a salad that is rich with nutrients, exceptionally delicious and super easy to prepare at home! Cabbage and chana dal salad is everything you...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Fewer C-sections when low-risk deliveries handled by midwives (Reuters Health) - Low-risk pregnant women who deliver in a hospital and receive care from midwives have fewer interventions and fewer cesarean secti...

These Women Say a Trusted Pediatrician Abused Them as Girls. Now They Plan to Sue. State officials stripped Stuart Copperman of his medical license almost 20 years ago. Armed with a new law, his former patients hope to file civil la...

‘Ostomy doesn’t have to define you’: Toronto woman fights to end stigma A Toronto woman is harnessing the power of social media in an effort to reduce the stigma around ostomy in an evolving campaign that has spanned a de...

Man died after 'very hot' fish cake burned his throat so badly he couldn’t breathe: report A new report says a 51-year-old British wedding planner died earlier this year after he reportedly ate a fish cake so hot it burned his throat, causi...

House panel pressures Reynolds to stop advertising Vuse e-cigarettes, pushes for documents A House panel is requesting a slew of documents from Reynolds after the company ignored the committee's request to stop advertising its e-cigare...

Man died after 'very hot' fish cake burned his throat so badly he couldn’t breathe: report A new report says a 51-year-old British wedding planner died earlier this year after he reportedly ate a fish cake so hot it burned his throat, causi...

Pregnant Women Should Get Flu and Whooping Cough Shots, C.D.C. Says Millions do not, and they may be endangering their babies as well as themselves. Only 35 percent of pregnant women get both vaccines; about half get ...

More Than 4,000 People Died From Measles in World’s Largest Outbreak in Congo (DAKAR, Senegal) — More than 4,000 people have died in Congo this year in the world’s largest measles outbreak, the United Nations childr...

Dibsy debates if 'fat-shaming' works after he was banned from takeaways Dibsy shot to fame when he was banned from takeaway chains by his personal trainer. He has since shed 20st – and some think this is down to 'fat sham...

'Disturbing': More fetal remains discovered in trunk of South Bend abortion doctor's car Police found additional fetal remains in the trunk of a car parked on an Illinois lot owned by the late Indiana abortion doctor who was already disco...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Gingers Unite: Ed Sheeran and Prince Harry promote mental health The doorbell rings to the tune of the British national anthem "God Save the Queen", and Prince Harry opens the door to find Ed Sheeran on the thresho...

Trump promotes private Medicare coverage, drawing contrast with Democrats' health care plans Trump leaned into his grievances — against "socialism," his 2020 rivals and the growing impeachment threat — as he set out his 2020 health care messa...

Dibsy debates if 'fat-shaming' works after he was banned from takeaways Dibsy shot to fame when he was banned from takeaway chains by his personal trainer. He has since shed 20st – and some think this is down to 'fat sham...

Ebola on the run in DR Congo, ‘now we have to kill the virus’: UN health agency Efforts to eradicate the deadly Ebola epidemic in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) are proving successful but “now we have to kill the ...

U.S. appeals court will not disqualify judge in opioid cases or delay trial A federal appeals court on Thursday cleared the way for a landmark trial over the nation's opioid crisis, rejecting a bid by eight drug retailers and...

These Healthy Recipes Are A Delightful Treat To Satiate Hunger Pangs Here is a salad that is rich with nutrients, exceptionally delicious and super easy to prepare at home! Cabbage and chana dal salad is everything you...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

More Than 4,000 People Died From Measles in World’s Largest Outbreak in Congo (DAKAR, Senegal) — More than 4,000 people have died in Congo this year in the world’s largest measles outbreak, the United Nations childr...

More fetal remains discovered in car trunk of hoarder abortion doctor Police found additional fetal remains in the trunk of a car parked on an Illinois lot owned by the late Indiana abortion doctor who hoarded more than...

Two Army soldiers being treated for vaping-related illness The Army is treating two active-duty soldiers for vaping-related illness, days after most military branches banned e-cigarette products at their stor...

Mini organs grown from tumour cells can help us choose the best chemo Miniature clumps of cells grown from a person's tumour biopsy can be used to test different cancer treatments so medics can decide which one is best ...

More Than 4,000 People Died From Measles in World’s Largest Outbreak in Congo (DAKAR, Senegal) — More than 4,000 people have died in Congo this year in the world’s largest measles outbreak, the United Nations childr...

Dibsy debates if 'fat-shaming' works after he was banned from takeaways Dibsy shot to fame when he was banned from takeaway chains by his personal trainer. He has since shed 20st – and some think this is down to 'fat sham...

'Disturbing': More fetal remains discovered in trunk of South Bend abortion doctor's car Police found additional fetal remains in the trunk of a car parked on an Illinois lot owned by the late Indiana abortion doctor who was already disco...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Gingers Unite: Ed Sheeran and Prince Harry promote mental health The doorbell rings to the tune of the British national anthem "God Save the Queen", and Prince Harry opens the door to find Ed Sheeran on the thresho...

Trump promotes private Medicare coverage, drawing contrast with Democrats' health care plans Trump leaned into his grievances — against "socialism," his 2020 rivals and the growing impeachment threat — as he set out his 2020 health care messa...

Watch: Make Mooli (Radish) Raita As A Healthy Side Dish For Your Meals This mooli raita will not only enhance your meal but will also provide you with many health benefits. Just like all other raitas, this one too is ver...

Pregnant Women Should Get Flu and Whooping Cough Shots, C.D.C. Says Millions do not, and they may be endangering their babies as well as themselves. Only 35 percent of pregnant women get both vaccines; about half get ...

Study: 1 in 3 young adults medicated within year of opioid overdose A new Massachusetts study found that one in three young adults who experienced a non-fatal opioid overdose received opioid use disorder medication wi...

More Than 4,000 People Died From Measles in World’s Largest Outbreak in Congo (DAKAR, Senegal) — More than 4,000 people have died in Congo this year in the world’s largest measles outbreak, the United Nations childr...

More fetal remains discovered in car trunk of hoarder abortion doctor Police found additional fetal remains in the trunk of a car parked on an Illinois lot owned by the late Indiana abortion doctor who hoarded more than...

Two Army soldiers being treated for vaping-related illness The Army is treating two active-duty soldiers for vaping-related illness, days after most military branches banned e-cigarette products at their stor...

Mini organs grown from tumour cells can help us choose the best chemo Miniature clumps of cells grown from a person's tumour biopsy can be used to test different cancer treatments so medics can decide which one is best ...

Nobel prize for medicine goes to discovery of how cells sense oxygen The Nobel prize in physiology or medicine has been jointly awarded to William Kaelin of Harvard University, Peter Ratcliffe of Oxford University and ...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Eye health, UN’s financial crisis, progress in Mali and South Sudan, human rights in Australia Tuesday’s top stories: Global need for eye care is set to increase ‘dramatically’; work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’; progress on Mali security; S...

Watch: Make Mooli (Radish) Raita As A Healthy Side Dish For Your Meals This mooli raita will not only enhance your meal but will also provide you with many health benefits. Just like all other raitas, this one too is ver...

Pregnant Women Should Get Flu and Whooping Cough Shots, C.D.C. Says Millions do not, and they may be endangering their babies as well as themselves. Only 35 percent of pregnant women get both vaccines; about half get ...

Study: 1 in 3 young adults medicated within year of opioid overdose A new Massachusetts study found that one in three young adults who experienced a non-fatal opioid overdose received opioid use disorder medication wi...

Warren labor proposal would skim Medicaid dues from home healthcare workers Elizabeth Warren has issued a labor reform proposal that would likely result in home healthcare providers having chunks taken out of their checks wit...

These Women Say a Trusted Pediatrician Abused Them as Girls. Now They Plan to Sue. State officials stripped Stuart Copperman of his medical license almost 20 years ago. Armed with a new law, his former patients hope to file civil la...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Dibsy debates if 'fat-shaming' works after shedding 20st when takeaways banned him Dibsy shot to fame when he was banned from takeaway chains by his personal trainer. He has since shed 20st – and some think this is down to 'fat sham...

Nobel prize for medicine goes to discovery of how cells sense oxygen The Nobel prize in physiology or medicine has been jointly awarded to William Kaelin of Harvard University, Peter Ratcliffe of Oxford University and ...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Eye health, UN’s financial crisis, progress in Mali and South Sudan, human rights in Australia Tuesday’s top stories: Global need for eye care is set to increase ‘dramatically’; work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’; progress on Mali security; S...

President’s Choice infant formula recalled over possible bacteria contamination The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the product was sold in stores across the country in 900 gram packages with a best before date of Aug. 29, 2...

Early pregnancy symptoms: Nine signs you could be expecting a baby Pregnancy symptoms can be obvious, but sometimes they can be so subtle they are missed – here we share eight signs you could be expecting a bab...

'Morbidly obese' influencer Antonella loses 4st in 12 weeks by eating 6 times a day Antonella Brollini, aka The Uncensored Reviewer, lost 4.5st in just 12 weeks by following a diet and exercise plan which allowed her to eat six times...

Warren labor proposal would skim Medicaid dues from home healthcare workers Elizabeth Warren has issued a labor reform proposal that would likely result in home healthcare providers having chunks taken out of their checks wit...

These Women Say a Trusted Pediatrician Abused Them as Girls. Now They Plan to Sue. State officials stripped Stuart Copperman of his medical license almost 20 years ago. Armed with a new law, his former patients hope to file civil la...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

Dibsy debates if 'fat-shaming' works after shedding 20st when takeaways banned him Dibsy shot to fame when he was banned from takeaway chains by his personal trainer. He has since shed 20st – and some think this is down to 'fat sham...

Michigan boy, 12, burned in 'fire challenge' game, mom says A 12-year-old Michigan boy is suffering from severe burns after partaking in the "fire challenge" — and his mother is speaking out in an effort to wa...

Nobel Prize in Medicine Awarded for Research on How Cells Manage Oxygen The prize was awarded to William G. Kaelin Jr., Peter J. Ratcliffe and Gregg L. Semenza for discoveries about how cells sense and adapt to oxygen ava...

President’s Choice infant formula recalled over possible bacteria contamination The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the product was sold in stores across the country in 900 gram packages with a best before date of Aug. 29, 2...

Early pregnancy symptoms: Nine signs you could be expecting a baby Pregnancy symptoms can be obvious, but sometimes they can be so subtle they are missed – here we share eight signs you could be expecting a bab...

'Morbidly obese' influencer Antonella loses 4st in 12 weeks by eating 6 times a day Antonella Brollini, aka The Uncensored Reviewer, lost 4.5st in just 12 weeks by following a diet and exercise plan which allowed her to eat six times...

Vaping advocates gear up to fight Trump proposed ban on flavors Advocates for the rights to vape and sell flavored vaping products are preparing for a fight if the Trump administration moves forward with a ban on ...

Trump promotes private Medicare coverage, drawing contrast with Democrats' health care plans Trump leaned into his grievances — against "socialism," his 2020 rivals and the growing impeachment threat — as he set out his 2020 health care messa...

Sanders Said He Had a Common Heart Procedure. So Why the Mystery? For three days, Mr. Sanders did not disclose pertinent health details, stirring questions about his condition. On Friday evening, doctors confirmed h...

Vaping-Related Death Toll Rises to 18 as Health Officials Sound the Alarm on E-Cigarette Use The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Thursday that the number of people who have died from a vaping-related illness has inc...

Michigan boy, 12, burned in 'fire challenge' game, mom says A 12-year-old Michigan boy is suffering from severe burns after partaking in the "fire challenge" — and his mother is speaking out in an effort to wa...

Nobel Prize in Medicine Awarded for Research on How Cells Manage Oxygen The prize was awarded to William G. Kaelin Jr., Peter J. Ratcliffe and Gregg L. Semenza for discoveries about how cells sense and adapt to oxygen ava...

'Morbidly obese' influencer Antonella loses 4st in 12 weeks by eating 6 times a day Antonella Brollini, aka The Uncensored Reviewer, lost 4.5st in just 12 weeks by following a diet and exercise plan which allowed her to eat six times...

Vaping advocates gear up to fight Trump proposed ban on flavors Advocates for the rights to vape and sell flavored vaping products are preparing for a fight if the Trump administration moves forward with a ban on ...

Trump promotes private Medicare coverage, drawing contrast with Democrats' health care plans Trump leaned into his grievances — against "socialism," his 2020 rivals and the growing impeachment threat — as he set out his 2020 health care messa...

Sanders Said He Had a Common Heart Procedure. So Why the Mystery? For three days, Mr. Sanders did not disclose pertinent health details, stirring questions about his condition. On Friday evening, doctors confirmed h...

Vaping-Related Death Toll Rises to 18 as Health Officials Sound the Alarm on E-Cigarette Use The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Thursday that the number of people who have died from a vaping-related illness has inc...

Sanders Said He Had a Common Heart Procedure. So Why the Mystery? For three days, Mr. Sanders did not disclose pertinent health details, stirring questions about his condition. On Friday evening, doctors confirmed h...

Friday's Daily Brief: Ebola survivors top 1,000 in DR Congo, star of 'Roma' film named Goodwill Ambassador, clean air treaty enters into force A recap of Friday's stories: Milestone of 1,000 Ebola survivors counted in DR Congo; UN concerned over violent anti-government protests in Iraq and e...

'Morbidly obese' influencer Antonella loses 4st in 12 weeks by eating 6 times a day Antonella Brollini, aka The Uncensored Reviewer, lost 4.5st in just 12 weeks by following a diet and exercise plan which allowed her to eat six times...

Elizabeth Holmes' lawyers in Theranos civil case want out because she can't pay them Lawyers representing Elizabeth Holmes in a civil lawsuit against Theranos and Walgreens filed a motion to withdraw representation, saying Holmes has ...

Fake doctor's butt enlargement procedure nearly kills patient, detectives say A Florida woman accused of using a risky filler during a butt enhancement procedure is facing felony charges after the chemical nearly killed her pat...

'Morbidly obese' influencer Antonella loses 4st in 12 weeks by eating 6 times a day Antonella Brollini, aka The Uncensored Reviewer, lost 4.5st in just 12 weeks by following a diet and exercise plan which allowed her to eat six times...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

WHO concerned about suspected chemical attacks in Syria WHO is deeply alarmed by reports of the suspected use of toxic chemicals in Douma city, East Ghouta. According to reports from Health Cluster partner...

Sanders Said He Had a Common Heart Procedure. So Why the Mystery? For three days, Mr. Sanders did not disclose pertinent health details, stirring questions about his condition. On Friday evening, doctors confirmed h...

Friday's Daily Brief: Ebola survivors top 1,000 in DR Congo, star of 'Roma' film named Goodwill Ambassador, clean air treaty enters into force A recap of Friday's stories: Milestone of 1,000 Ebola survivors counted in DR Congo; UN concerned over violent anti-government protests in Iraq and e...

'Morbidly obese' influencer Antonella loses 4st in 12 weeks by eating 6 times a day Antonella Brollini, aka The Uncensored Reviewer, lost 4.5st in just 12 weeks by following a diet and exercise plan which allowed her to eat six times...

Elizabeth Holmes' lawyers in Theranos civil case want out because she can't pay them Lawyers representing Elizabeth Holmes in a civil lawsuit against Theranos and Walgreens filed a motion to withdraw representation, saying Holmes has ...

Fake doctor's butt enlargement procedure nearly kills patient, detectives say A Florida woman accused of using a risky filler during a butt enhancement procedure is facing felony charges after the chemical nearly killed her pat...

WHO and UNICEF issue new guidance to promote breastfeeding in health facilities globally WHO and UNICEF today issued new ten-step guidance to increase support for breastfeeding in health facilities that provide maternity and newborn servi...

WHO concerned about suspected chemical attacks in Syria WHO is deeply alarmed by reports of the suspected use of toxic chemicals in Douma city, East Ghouta. According to reports from Health Cluster partner...