The Health Benefits of a Cold Plunge
The latest trend in health and fitness is plunging your body into frigid water — preferably after detoxifying in a hot sauna. Cold-water immersion, or CWI, involves getting into water that is between 55 and 45 degrees Fahrenheit. [Full Story]
Infection Risk May Rise After Chemotherapy for Joint Replacement Patients
If you are one of the millions of Americans walking around with a new knee or hip, your odds for an infection in that joint rise if you ever have to undergo cancer chemotherapy, researchers report.... [Full Story]
The Health Benefits of a Cold Plunge
The latest trend in health and fitness is plunging your body into [Full Story]
Pro-life Pregnancy Hubs Supplied $367M of Services in '22
Pro-life pregnancy centers provided nearly $367.9 million in goods [Full Story]
Find The Perfect Partner on Dream Singles
SPONSOR: Voted top niche dating site join at no cost now [Full Story]
Nations Fail to Agree on Treaty to Fight Next Pandemic
Following two years of tough negotiations, efforts to craft a global [Full Story]
Study: Weighted Blankets Don't Improve Kids' Sleep
Weighted blankets are trendy items, largely based on the idea that [Full Story]
Epidurals Linked to Reduced Complications After Birth
Women who get an epidural during delivery appear to have a marked [Full Story]
Experimental MRNA Bird Flu Vaccine Effective
An experimental mRNA vaccine against the H5N1 avian flu is highly [Full Story]
AI Headphones Let Listeners Tune Into Just One Voice
New AI headphone technology can help people "tune in" to specific [Full Story]
Are You a 'Stress Bragger'? It's Probably Backfiring
"Ugh, I'm so busy these days I can barely think straight. It's so [Full Story]
Raw Milk: Potential Bird Flu Vector, New Study Reveals
What was being touted online as a health elixir to fend off woes such [Full Story]
This is What Happens When an AR-15 Catastrophically Explodes
SPONSOR: Why your AR-15 could fail & put your family's life in danger [Full Story]
US Restricts Import of Certain Poultry From Australian State on Bird Flu Concerns
The U.S. has imposed import curbs on certain poultry and byproducts [Full Story]
Colon Cancers Up in Under 50s: Know the Warning Signs
Colon cancer is increasingly hitting Americans under the age of 50, [Full Story]
7 Tips to Stay Safe This Memorial Day Weekend
Memorial Day Weekend is here, and it is time to enjoy the unofficial [Full Story]
What to Know About the New FLiRT COVID Variants
The so-called FLiRT variants of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus that cause [Full Story]
1 Odd Trick Helps Restore Your Eyes to 20/20 Vision
SPONSOR: Easy DIY trick at home restores your vision [Full Story]
AI Helps Spot Breast Cancer's Spread Without Biopsy
New AI can help detect breast cancer that is spreading to other parts [Full Story]
FDA Panel Recommends Colon Cancer Blood Test
A U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel on Thursday [Full Story]
New Research on Male Birth Control Pill is Promising
For decades, the responsibility for birth control has fallen largely [Full Story]
Study: HPV Vaccines Also Prevent Cancer in Men
New research suggests the HPV vaccine is preventing cancer in men, as [Full Story]
Stroke Rates Are Rising, Especially Among the Young
The rate at which Americans under the age of 65 suffered a stroke [Full Story]
Ozempic Cuts Health Risks of Diabetes, Kidney Disease
Ozempic provides a wide variety of health benefits for people with [Full Story]
Second Human Case of Bird Flu Tied to Dairy Cows
A Michigan dairy worker has been diagnosed with bird flu - the second [Full Story]
Weight-Loss Drug Use Soaring Among Young Americans
At 17, Israel McKenzie was so burdened by obesity that he stopped [Full Story]
'Climbing the Ladder' in Life Could Stave Off Dementia
Have you been socially and economically "upwardly mobile" through [Full Story]
Only Half of Americans Could Help in Emergency
Only about half of Americans feel prepared to help someone during a [Full Story]
CDC Asks States to Keep Testing for Flu This Summer
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control on Tuesday advised states to aid [Full Story]
Matcha Green Tea Effective Against Gum Disease
Matcha green tea has the potential to keep gum disease at bay, a new [Full Story]
Slouching May Be Bad for Your Brain
Researchers over the decades have investigated the effect of [Full Story]
Fluoridated Drinking Water Might Raise Risks for Baby
Fetal exposure to fluoride from a mom-to-be's drinking water might [Full Story]
Experimental Drug Significantly Reduces Asthma Attacks
GSK's experimental drug met its primary goal of reducing asthma [Full Story]
US Water Supplies Vulnerable as Cyberattacks Rise
Cyberattacks against water utilities across the country are becoming [Full Story]
New Blood Test Could Spot Dangerous Type of Stroke
When a stroke hits, "time is brain," doctors say, with neurons [Full Story]
BP Meds Raise Nursing Home Residents' Fracture Risk
Blood pressure medications appear to more than double the risk of [Full Story]
FDA Clears Neuralink Brain Implant for 2nd Patient
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has allowed billionaire Elon [Full Story]
Infertility Treatment Raises Postpartum Heart Risks
Women treated for infertility were twice as likely as those who [Full Story]
Genetic Profile Predicts Who Will Benefit From Wegovy
Certain genes may identify patients with obesity who are most likely [Full Story]
Pediatrician Group Reverses Breastfeeding With HIV Ban
People with HIV can breastfeed their babies, as long as they are [Full Story]
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