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By Judith Graham | KFF Health News | Word In Black (WIB) – Cardiovascular disease — the No. 1 cause of death among people 65 and older — is poised to become more prevalent in the years … more
“Heart failure” is a catch-all term used to describe any condition in which the organ doesn’t work as it’s supposed to — but one person’s experience with the disease can be very different … more
A judge issued a civil arrest warrant after the woman refused to isolate and get treatment. more
Men in the United States are in poorer health than their peers in other affluent countries. To find motivation to eat healthy and exercise regularly, men should look to the people they love - these … more
Cardiovascular disease is the top killer of people age 65 and older in the United States, and it's expected to become even more prevalent in the years to come. By 2060, ischemic heart disease will be … more
One doctor who tried to help said she was stunned by why more
The board’s complaint against Dr. George Chambers accuses him of abusing his relationships with patients for financial or other personal gain. more
Newly drafted breast cancer screening guidelines call for women to begin getting mammograms at age 40 – 10 years earlier than previously recommended. But not all doctors favor the new advice. Some … more
Join in the fight to end menthol during this Juneteenth Lunch and Learn featuring Dr. Michael Eric Dyson On Saturday, June 10, Making it Count Community Development Corporation (MICCDC) and … more
Peter Singer, philosopher, professor of bioethics at Princeton University, author of Animal Liberation in 1975 and Animal Liberation Now: The Definitive Classic Renewed (Harper Perennial, … more
KANAWHA COUNTY, WV (WOWK) - The Kanawha County Public Library announced a new nutrition literacy program in honor of one man's lifetime services to the state. The new endowment is being called the … more
The Florida Department of Health in Sarasota and Manatee Counties say there has been one confirmed case of malaria. more
URMC's Office of Health Equity Research (or OHER) is looking to fill a Youth Advisory Board to provide young perspectives to their studies. Edith Williams, the Founding Director of the Office of … more
Reports indicate she will take over when current director Rochelle Walensky steps down at the end of June. more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers not to use off-brand versions of the popular weight-loss drugs Ozempic and Wegovy because they might not contain the same ingredients as the … more
Friday Health Plans’ announcement comes after it hit regulatory turmoil in Texas and other states more
With the warmer months finally here, officials urge you to be safe in the heat when engaging in athletic outdoor activities, such as playing sports, working out or even running. more
Compass Medical’s decision to shutter all of its facilities in Massachusetts came as a surprise to the attorney who helped secure a $16 million-plus payment from the Quincy-based company, which was … more
No. The bill, House File 24, was signed into law by Gov. Tim Walz on May 17, 2023, allocating $240 million toward replacing lead pipes that link homes to water systems throughout the state. more
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