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How to make your vaccine more effective

How Colorado Springs hospital treated victims

Marijuana may be more harmful than cigarettes

China anti-virus curbs spur economic impact fears

How doctors are handling surge of infections

Indian Health Service steps up COVID, other vaccine push

Dos and Donts of virial skin cycling trend

Prescription for Wellness: Tips and tricks to tame tension at the Thanksgiving table

Can probiotics help you endure antibiotics?

Donor saves life of 2 boys through bone marrow donation

Doctors urge Biden administration to declare national emergency for RSV

Thanksgiving safety tips amid rise in respiratory viruses

Childrens Hospital Association urges Biden to declare health emergency

Pediatricians call for RSV emergency declaration

The science behind starting a family with IVF, egg freezing

Prescription for wellness: hydration alternatives and low-impact cardio

Flu immunity and vaccine breakdown for winter months

China anti-virus curbs spur fears of global economic impact

The Chinese government says more than 253,000 coronavirus cases have been found in the past three weeks and the daily average is rising

Indiana doctor defends actions in 10-year-olds abortion

An Indianapolis doctor who provided abortion drugs to a 10-year-old rape victim from Ohio has defended her actions before a judge in the case that drew national attention in the weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June

Chinas Guangzhou locks down millions in zero-COVID fight

Guangzhou has locked down its largest district.

Doctor reveals how hospital treated Colorado Springs shooting victims

Seven victims were taken to Centura Penrose Hospital.

Malta proposes bill to ease EUs strictest anti-abortion law

Maltas government has introduced legislation to ease the European Unions strictest anti-abortion law and allow the procedure in cases where the mothers life or health is at risk

Hong Kong leader Lee isolating with COVID-19 after APEC trip

The Hong Kong government says leader John Lee tested positive for the coronavirus after returning from the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meetings in Thailand

South China city locks down district in zero-COVID fight

The southern Chinese metropolis of Guangzhou has locked down its largest district as it tries to tamp down a major COVID-19 outbreak, suspending public transit and requiring residents to present a negative test if they want to leave their homes

Tips on how to make your vaccine go the extra mile

The CDC highly recommends getting the flu shot and a COVID-19 vaccine.

Amazing: Mom hears late daughters transplanted heart

An Indiana woman heard the heartbeat of her late daughter inside the chest of a 68-year-old Illinois man who received it in a transplant operation

Despite dangerous pregnancy complications, abortions denied

Increasing numbers of physicians and families nationwide say a post-Roe fear has come to pass: Pregnant women with dangerous medical conditions are showing up in hospitals and doctors offices and being denied the abortions that could help treat them

Tenn. inmates mutilation highlights prison mental care woes

Three years before Tennessee death row inmate Henry Hodges cut off his own penis during what his lawyer called a psychiatric disturbance, a fellow prisoner told a federal judge that Hodges was being mistreated

Hospital diaries: Doctors reveal how theyre handling surge of respiratory infections

The number of monthly RSV infections tripled from September to October.

3 tips that may help make your vaccines go the extra mile

Doctors say to get vaccinated no matter the circumstances.

No more mad cow worries, banned blood donors can give again

Blood centers in the U.S. are scrambling to track down hundreds of thousands of former donors turned away because of worries about mad cow disease in Europe more than two decades ago

No more mad cow worries, banned blood donors can give again

Blood centers in the U.S. are scrambling to track down hundreds of thousands of former donors turned away because of worries about mad cow disease in Europe more than two decades ago

China announces 1st COVID-19 death in almost 6 months

China has announced its first new death from COVID-19 in nearly half a year

Thanksgiving safety tips amid rise in respiratory viruses

While COVID-19 still exists, this year, its being compounded by heightened rates of influenza and RSV in children, according to public health experts.

How to avoid getting sick while gathering for Thanksgiving

It comes as cases of flu and RSV continue to spread across the U.S.

Pandemics that never happened: The silent heroes protecting us

Six would-be outbreaks were stopped thanks to a swift response, a report said.

Flu deaths continue to surge across US

Experts warn Thanksgiving may be a super-spreader event.

Onetime billionaire Elizabeth Holmes sentenced to 135 months in prison for fraud at her failed startup Theranos

Onetime billionaire Elizabeth Holmes sentenced to 135 months in prison for fraud at her failed startup Theranos

Indiana doctor: AG shouldnt get abortion patient records

Lawyers for an Indianapolis doctor who provided an abortion to a 10-year-old rape victim from Ohio told a judge Friday that Indianas attorney general should not be allowed to access patient medical records for an investigation into undisclosed complaints

Viral jambalaya: Early flu adding to woes for US hospitals

A rapidly intensifying flu season is straining U.S. hospitals already overburdened with patients sick from other respiratory infections

The science behind starting a family with IVF, egg freezing

Journalist Maressa Brown and Dr. Jessica Shepherd, Chief Medical Officer at Verywell Health, discuss the science of in vitro fertilization and egg freezing.

Pfizer booster spurs immune response to new omicron subtypes

Pfizer said its updated COVID-19 booster may offer some protection against newly emerging omicron mutants even though its not an exact match

Largest US county recommends indoor masking after increase in COVID cases

The number of new cases has hit 100 per 100,000 people, data shows.

Berlin Zoo closes door to visitors over bird flu case

The Berlin Zoo has shut its doors to visitors due to a case of avian flu among one of its aquatic birds

FDA approves 1st drug to delay onset of type 1 diabetes

For the first time, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday approved a treatment that can delay the onset of type 1 diabetes.

FDA approves 1st drug to delay onset of Type 1 diabetes

Doctors hailed the FDA approval as a watershed moment.

The challenging struggle of long COVID

ABC News Phil Lipof looks into the stories of those suffering from long-lasting symptoms of COVID-19 and the medical challenges of treating these patients in the U.S.

Mental crises excluded from some state abortion exemptions

Abortion bans in several states allow exemptions for life-threatening health emergencies, but they say mental health crises dont count

Georgia abortion providers wary after court strikes down ban

Abortion providers in Georgia resumed performing the procedure beyond six weeks of pregnancy after a judge threw out the states abortion ban

Indian Health Service steps up COVID, other vaccine push

The Indian Health Service says all tribal members covered by the federal agency will be offered a vaccine at every appointment, when appropriate

How to protect your children from RSV and flu

RSV cases have steadily risen across the U.S. since late August.

Beshear defends legality of his action on medical marijuana

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear says hes confident hes on solid legal ground in allowing Kentuckians suffering from severe conditions to legally possess medical marijuana

US sanctions Mexicos Familia Michoacana drug cartel

The U.S. Treasury Department has slapped sanctions on Mexicos Familia Michoacana drug cartel, which it accused of manufacturing so-called rainbow fentanyl pills purportedly aimed at children

Malta to allow some abortion exceptions after American woman almost died

The country has a total ban on abortion, including in cases of rape and incest.

Africa CDC chief urges more COVID-19 testing as cases rise

The head of Africas top public health institute is urging authorities across the continent to step up COVID-19 testing amid a concerning rise in new cases in some countries

US home births rise in pandemic, to highest level in decades

U.S. home births increased slightly in the pandemics second year, rising to the highest level in decades

Chinese leaders face anger over 2nd childs quarantine death

Chinese authorities are facing more public anger.

Home births in US during early pandemic times rise to highest level in 30 years: CDC

The uptick is likely tied to surges of COVID-19 cases early in the pandemic.

N. Dakota AG: Docs can use health info to defend abortions

North Dakota attorney general Drew Wrigley says doctors who perform abortions should be able to disclose the patients personal health information as part of their defense to avoid prosecution

Feds probe Missouris treatment of severely mentally ill

The Justice Department says it is investigating whether Missouri has violated civil rights laws by needlessly institutionalizing adults with severe mental illnesses

US overdose deaths may be peaking, but experts are wary

New government data suggests U.S. overdose deaths have stopped rising, but many experts are urging caution

Late actor Cameron Boyces parents advocate for epilepsy education

The Disney star died from an epileptic seizure in 2019 and his parents are now working to educate people on the disease for National Epilepsy Awareness Month.

Report: At least 32 transgender people killed in US in 2022

An LGBTQ advocacy group says at least 32 transgender and gender-nonconforming people have been killed in the United States in 2022

WHO: 1st Ebola vaccines to arrive in Uganda next week

The head of the World Health Organization says he expects the first doses of Ebola vaccine targeting the strain causing the current outbreak in Uganda to arrive in the country next week

Senate: Migrants subject to unnecessary medical procedures

A Senate investigation has found that U.S. immigration authorities didnt do enough to adequately vet or monitor a gynecologist in rural Georgia who performed unnecessary medical procedures on detained migrant women without their consent

In zero-COVID China, 1 case locks down Peking University

Chinese authorities locked down a major university in Beijing on Wednesday after finding one COVID-19 case as they stick to a zero-COVID approach despite growing public discontent

Peking University locked down as China virus cases grow

Chinese authorities locked down a major university in Beijing on Wednesday after finding one COVID-19 case as they stick to a zero-COVID approach despite growing public discontent

In Minnesotas worst measles outbreak, a battle of beliefs over vaccines

What patients need to know about new recommendations for prostate cancer screening

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