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Daniel Griffin, MD, PhD, infectious disease physician with a PhD in molecular medicine, researcher at Columbia, Optum chief of the division of Infectious Disease, president of Parasites Without … more
Being a student is not just about the lectures and the lack of money; it’s also about the lifestyle you lead. If you are starting college and you are hoping to be a healthy individual, it’s … more
According to the DOJ, a multiyear, multimillion dollar scheme allowed people to buy fake nursing diplomas and other credentials, allowing them to apply for licenses. more
Mark Levine, Manhattan borough president, recaps his "state of the borough" speech, which included plans for Manhattan on housing, crime, health, and more. more
In England, just 4% of people consume 30% of the alcohol sold. Harm reduction measures, such as those in Scotland, are essentialAnd so the longest month of the year – at least it feels that way – … more
Recent research has shown frequent checking of social media can affect the development of adolescent brains. more
When it comes to matters of the heart, men and women are often different. That holds true both in love and the actual muscle that keeps you alive. more
By Tony Hicks Bay City News Foundation Pleasant Hill’s White Pony Express has received top honors from two nationally recognized groups that monitor charities. Both groups celebrated the … more
Minnesota’s new law establishing a fundamental right to an abortion — signed by Gov. Tim Walz at the Capitol on Tuesday — would not have passed the DFL-controlled House just one year ago. more
Lawmakers in Finland have approved amendments that will make it substantially easier for people to change their legally recognized gender in the Nordic country. more
There will be a Covid-19 vaccination clinic taking place at Tower Square in Springfield on Wednesday. more
Many kinds of allergic reactions are more annoying than harmful. Not anaphylaxis. If not addressed promptly, it can cause a potentially fatal condition called anaphylactic shock. more
For people living with a heart condition, long COVID has added yet another concern to their list of worries. more
(CNN) — Forty percent of US parents are “extremely” or “very” worried that their children will struggle with anxiety or depression at some point, a new survey finds. The Pew Research Center … more
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Enloe Medical Center got a boost for its plan to expand oncology services with national recognition for its cancer center. more
A top U.S. health official has urged the World Health Organization to address allegations that one of its doctors repeatedly engaged in sexual misconduct. more
The company managing Clinton Regional Hospital pulled out in December, closing the facility and local clinics. Almost 200 staff were left without a job and the southwest Oklahoma town’s most … more
40% of all cancers diagnosed and nearly half of all deaths from cancer in the U.S. can be attributed to preventable causes. more
Four days after International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Saul Dreier, founder of the Holocaust Survivor Band on Tuesday made a special visit to Gainesville at the University of Florida’s Chabad and … more
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