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They're calling their parents to let them know where they land on the scale. Is this mentally healthy or humiliating for kids and parents? more
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — As potentially life-threatening fungal infections spread nationwide, Governor Kathy Hochul is underscoring New York State's existing prevention efforts. The U.S. Centers … more
When the COVID national emergency order ends and the government runs out of its vaccine stockpile, Americans will have to cover the price of their own shots.  more
Southeast Asia’s mental health startups are getting more investor attention. Last week, Intellect announced a strategic investment from IHH Healthcare, Asia’s largest private healthcare group. … more
Known as the Acessa procedure, the treatment uses radiofrequency and ultrasound to locate and treat uterine fibroids. more
Albany Medical College students brought the Teddy Bear Hospital to the South End Children's Café. more
“Our people have overcome tremendous adversity over the years,” state Sen. Art Haywood said in a visit to the Lehigh Valley to discuss his report. “We will continue to do so but we’ve got to … more
Northampton Mayor Gina-Louise Sciarra announced the hiring of the director of the City's Department of Health and Human Services Division of Community Care. more
UT’s Gain Health club offers women and non-binary students a safe workout space that centers holistic wellness and community-building. Produced by Kirthi Gummadi. Video by Kameryn Griesser and … more
But on Thursday, patients, visitors and staff members can take their face coverings off in some parts of the buildings. more
Four people have reportedly had to have their eyeballs surgically removed. more
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that in Monterey County, of those individuals 5 years of age and older who are eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations, 90.2% have received at least … more
Do Good Multnomah will operate the 52-bed facility in downtown Portland, offering a combination of bridge housing and behavioral health support for homeless people.          more
Coffee lovers — and their doctors — have long wondered whether a jolt of java can affect the heart. New research published Wednesday finds that drinking caffeinated coffee did not significantly … more
The Hawaii Department of Health today reported 513 new COVID-19 infections over the past week, bringing the total number of cases since the start of the pandemic to 381,570. more
New research finds that drinking caffeinated coffee did not significantly affect one kind of heart rhythm that results in extra beats. more
After fighting for nearly his entire life, eight-month-old Kingston Hamm has become a celebrity within WVU Medicine Children's Hospital. more
An agreement to expand Medicaid in North Carolina has reached the cusp of final legislative approval following a state House vote. more
Assisted living residences offer many amenities for the independent person who needs some help. more
The Drug Enforcement Administration has issued a public safety alert about the combination of Xylazine with fentanyl that is turning up in pills and illicit substances, making "the deadliest drug … more
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