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VCU burn doctors warn about scald injuries and discuss how to treat them. more
Superbugs are now a leading global health risk, according to a major UN report published Tuesday. more
Food items routinely sold on Amtrak trains, including sandwiches, salads, snacks, yogurt and wraps, were recalled by Baltimore-based manufacturer Fresh Ideation for possible listeria contamination. … more
This project explores the pain and the conversation surrounding: How Black men are mentally surviving a world that expects them to be strong 100% of the time.          more
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According to researchers at West Virginia University Health Sciences, one in eight infants born in West Virginia between 2020 and 2022 were exposed to opioids, cannabis or stimulants while in the … more
Several City Council committees came together on Monday to publicly examine Mayor Eric Adams’ recent directive to have police and emergency medical workers involuntarily hospitalize those on the … more
A woman’s active case of tuberculosis has prompted health officials in Washington state to alert the public. The woman has reportedly turned down treatment for over a year and disobeyed multiple … more
Researchers from Tuft Medical Center have published the latest findings on the relationship between vitamin D and diabetes. The study found that supplements may decrease the risk of developing … more
While the Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs have been fine-tuning their strategies for Super Bowl Sunday, these puppies have been working on their housetraining, their sit-stay-come commands, and … more
We’ve been planning this trip for months. A getaway to a warmer climate for a few weeks. A place to ride our horses out of the cold and snow. more
Repetitive head impacts appear to be the chief risk factor for CTE — which is characterized by misfolded tau protein that is unlike changes observed from aging, Alzheimer’s disease, or any other … more
The University of Florida is exploring options for creating a new graduate campus in Jacksonville. It would focus on programs in medicine, business, and engineering, according to UF administrators. … more
"We need the state to help on this front." The post Mayor Wu renews call for state to help city address needs around Mass. and Cass appeared first on Boston.com. more
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — A more lethal form of heroin is currently making its way around Western New York, New York State Police (NYSP) based out of Batavia said Tuesday. The organization said … more
First responders attempted life-saving measures and administered Narcan, but three people were pronounced dead at the scene, the Sheriff's Office said. more
First responders attempted life-saving measures and administered Narcan, but three people were pronounced dead at the scene, the Sheriff's Office said. more
Women have suffered for centuries from the worst symptoms of menopause, which include hot flashes, depression, pain during sex, and insomnia. So why don't we have better solutions? Susan Dominus, … more
Human trials are on the horizon for the non-hormonal contraceptive after promising results in mice and monkeys. more
Women have suffered for centuries from the worst symptoms of menopause, which include hot flashes, depression, pain during sex, and insomnia. So why don't we have better solutions? Susan Dominus, … more
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