An influential Food and Drug Administration committee is set to meet Friday to discuss whether the regulator should approve BioNTech and Pfizer's COVID-19 booster shot
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- Good Housekeeping
Wendy Williams is facing major complications related to her Graves’ disease diagnosis. Guest hosts will replace her in the purple chair starting on October 18.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday released its official public health guidance for the 2021 holiday season, offering up mostly general advice on how to prevent the spread of COVID-19. For young children who aren't yet eligible for the vaccine, the CDC suggests reducing risk of exposure by making sure the people around them are vaccinated. The CDC also recommends that people continue to wear masks indoors in public spaces.
- The Week
What pandemic experts are predicting for the U.S. this winter
People Are Sharing Their Most Heartbreaking Medical Bill Stories, And It Just Goes To Prove The US Has A Long Way To Go
"When you’re already dealing with an illness, you shouldn’t need to worry about a bill, too."View Entire Post ›
Jimmy Killeen has since undergone surgery for a "major brain bleed" and now remains in the ICU "with a poor prognosis," according to a CaringBridge site
Runner Mary Cain says former Nike Oregon Project coach Alberto Salazar weight-shamed her and told her that her 'breasts and bottom were too big'
Cain is suing Salazar and Nike for $20 million, claiming she was emotionally abused while training at the Nike Oregon Project.
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United Airlines is targeting workers seeking reasonable accommodations and violating their rights. [Opinion]
Sure, you know about CBD and THC, but what about CBN? Meet the cannabinoid stealing the spotlight for its sleep-inducing, anxiety-reducing potential.
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CDC data confirms J&J is the worst-performing COVID-19 vaccine in the US - but being unvaccinated is far more dangerous
The CDC has released data breaking down COVID-19 cases and deaths by vaccination status, as well as vaccine brand.
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Despite the recent progress, health officials warn Americans should brace for another wave this winter.
- Eat This, Not That!
Many of us grew up hearing that we need to drink a glass of milk to get enough calcium for strong bones, but this barely even scrapes the surface of what calcium can really do.Our bodies need calcium for many things like bone health and muscle strength, and when we are getting adequate amounts of calcium we may also experience things like more energy, lower blood pressure, and even better moods.Yes, you can certainly get calcium from milk, but you can also get it from foods like sweet potatoes,
Advisory committee supports authorizing a third, smaller dose of Covid vaccine for people aged 18 to 64 at high risk of severe disease, or whose work puts them at higher risk.
'Sweet' 11-Year-Old Boy Battling Deadly Brain Cancer: 'His Tumor Is So Rare, It's Inoperable' Dad Says
Silas Kurtz was diagnosed with a rare brain cancer over the summer after he began experiencing weakness in his left hand
- The Daily Beast
Municipality of Anchorage/The Daily BeastA Republican lawmaker in Alaska reportedly harassed hospital officials to administer the anti-parasitic drug ivermectin to a COVID-19 patient—and even claimed to have power to make medical decisions for the patient— before the man died on Wednesday.William Topel, a well-known figure in Anchorage’s conservative circles, had been a frequent opponent of public health measures intended to curb the pandemic and regularly showed up at Anchorage Assembly meeting
Hillary Clinton Visits Husband Bill Clinton at Hospital as Others Wish Former President a 'Speedy Recovery'
The former president is responding well to a treatment of IV antibiotics and fluids for an infection, doctors said Thursday
The two drugstore majors did not test Theranos' devices themselves before investing millions to redesign stores and launch pilots.
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Breast cancer patients say 'cold capping' saved their hair. What is it and why aren't more people doing it?
Scalp cooling therapy is available to all cancer patients except those battling certain blood-related cancers, but many don’t know the option exists.