Stories about Health Care

Oct 19 2016

FBI records: Effort to reduce Clinton email classification

Before talking to Kennedy, he learned that "the email of KENNEDY's concern was classified by the FBI Counterterrorism Division (CTD) and was related to the attacks on t...

Oct 15 2016

Rad Tech Students Rally For Breast Cancer Awareness

Talk to a doctor about the risk for breast cancer, especially if a close family member of has had breast or ovarian cancer. "The crux of the issue is we need to all rea...

Oct 15 2016

Mom: 'Uncertainty' after surgery on twins joined at head

They are 13 months old. According to CNN , only one in every 200,000 live births are conjoined twins. "I won't be able to put them up on my shoulder and hold them", ...

Oct 15 2016

New Zika Zone Confirmed in Miami-Dade

Four of the cases had already been announced but the investigation into the fifth case was completed Thursday. This month there are almost 4,000 cases of Zika in the co...

Oct 14 2016

Florida declares new area of Zika transmission in Miami

Many people infected with Zika virus won't have symptoms or will only have mild symptoms, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . "We have had more...

Oct 13 2016

Girl under 15 married every seven seconds: Save the Children

The stories of the child brides are harrowing and heartbreaking. International Day of the Girl Child is an annual event which aims to raise awareness of child marriag...

Oct 13 2016

Health Conditions Worsen as Aid Trickles Into Remote Haiti

On Saturday the humanitarian organization posted on its website that "four Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières teams are assessing the needs at medical fac...

Oct 13 2016

Free flu vaccine available

Fifty-two percent said no. For the 2016-2017 flu season, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends use of the flu shot and the recombinant influ...

Oct 12 2016

268 million kids may be overweight by 2025

The Alliance, which is made up of leading health organisations and charities, said that 60% of the most deprived boys aged 5-11 are predicted to be overweight or obese by...

Oct 12 2016

UN urges nations to raise taxes on sugary drinks

In 2015, 42 million children under 5 years were overweight or obese. Policies that lead to at least a 20 per cent increase in the retail price of such drinks would resu...

Oct 12 2016

Mike VI has passed away

Mike was humanely euthanized in his night house by LSU's Attending Veterinarian David Baker, DVM, Ph.D., according to the university. The tiger is a 10 year old male Si...

Oct 11 2016

Ukip MEP Steven Woolfe discharged from hospital following altercation

The MEP, Ukip's spokesperson on defence issues, is reported to be standing by his version of events and taking legal advice. But while Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire ...

Oct 10 2016

BJP elevation for daya's wife to boost BSP's poll prospects

Tragedy struck at Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Maywati's mega rally in Alambagh area of Lucknow today, where a stampede broke out in which two woman were killed an...

Oct 09 2016

5% of breast cancer cases occur in men, says Expert

Pink Tie Guys are a community of gentlemen committed to making an impact in the local fight against breast cancer. The post 5% of breast cancer cases occur in men, says...

Oct 09 2016

Breast Cancer Resources in Greensboro Saving Lives

Komen. All women are encouraged to conduct breast self-exams. Cancer is a bad disease that takes many of our loved ones prematurely. Linda Weber, finance manager of...

Oct 08 2016

Ravens Sporting Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

American Cancer Society's " Making Strides Against Breast Cancer " walk unites the community with a shared determination to help create a world free from the pain and su...

Oct 08 2016

Alberta adds jobs, but unemployment still high

And there were more of that age group looking for work as that number also broke out to a new record high. The goods-producing segment of the economy fared well, with c...

Oct 08 2016

After BJP protests, Kejriwal denies doubting truth of surgical strikes

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday chaired a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) to discuss the security scenario in the wake of the surgical strike...

Oct 08 2016

Modi warns ministers against 'chest thumping' on surgical strikes

The ruling BJP on Tuesday attacked Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and senior Congress leader P. Chidambaram for seeking proof of the surgical strikes by the Indian ...

Oct 07 2016

Congress Passes Spending to Combat Zika Virus, Avoid Government Shutdown

The committee on Monday had blocked an amendment proposed by Kildee to include the Senate's $220 million Flint package in the House's version of the legislation. Senate D...