May 17, 2022

1 Million Dead from COVID-19 in U.S.: Where Do We Go from Here?

The COVID-19 pandemic is still ongoing over two years after it started. In the U.S., deaths from the disease have been relatively high in other similar […]
May 17, 2022

Michael Phelps: ‘My Depression and Anxiety Is Never Going to Just Disappear’

The Olympic gold medalist shares how therapy helped him learn to accept his depression and anxiety, setting him on the right path to improve his mental […]
May 17, 2022

Can COVID-19 Symptoms Come Back After Using Paxlovid? What We Know

Some people who have taken Pfizer Inc.’s COVID-19 antiviral report that their symptoms return after completing the 5-day treatment. In Pfizer’s clinical trial, 1 to 2 […]
May 16, 2022

About 1 in 10 People Hospitalized with COVID-19 Are Readmitted or Die Within 30 Days

Share on PinterestResearchers report that about 1 in 10 people hospitalized with COVID-19 are readmitted or die within 30 days. Allison Dinner/Bloomberg via Getty Images About […]
May 16, 2022

Gallstones Could be a Warning Sign of Pancreatic Cancer

Share on PinterestPancreatic cancer is usually diagnosed in later stages because symptoms don’t usually appear in earlier phases of the disease. Victor Torres/Stocksy United Pancreatic cancer […]
May 16, 2022

Simple Tips to Overcome ‘Cooking Burnout’ and Recharge Your Diet

Share on PinterestIf too much time in the kitchen has you dreading making meals at home, try these simple tips to renew your interest and approach […]
May 15, 2022

Q&A: What to Expect With COVID-19 This Summer

Share on PinterestSummer events and vacations may impact COVID-19 cases in the coming months. Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images Concerns are circulating that the United States may be […]
May 14, 2022

How Global Shortages Are Delaying Routine CT Scans

Share on PinterestIn some medical facilities, only crucial CT scans are being done. Getty Images 200139893-001 Greg Pease/Getty Images A global shortage of two common intravenous […]
May 13, 2022

New Study Finds Some Genes May Be Linked to Afib Risk

A new study finds specific genes may predict the risk of a person developing atrial fibrillation or Afib. Afib is linked to tens of thousands of […]
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