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Clubs also advised to limit heading training after research showing link with brain disease Professional footballers in Scotland will be banned from heading the ball the day before and the day … more
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Millions of Germans were faced with that question after the collapse of communism and the Stasi – and most of them choose ignorance rather than knowledge. Is it sometimes better to forget the … more
By Alexa Spencer | Word In Black (WIB) – As the United States reckons with its Black maternal and infant mortality crisis — where Black mothers and babies are dying mostly due to racism and … more
Olivia and Bradleigh Reardon's book about llamas and unicorns is put to music by "Sing me a story." more
Samuel Perez, 65, received a letter in August warning him he may lose his Medicaid coverage once the federally designated COVID-19 crisis ends. Once a federal infusion of funds runs out, New … more
Nebraska agriculture officials say another 1.8 million chickens must be killed after bird flu was found on a farm The post Bird flu prompts slaughter of 1.8 million chickens in Nebraska … more
The early surge in respiratory infections with high rates of hospitalization highlights the importance of prevention. The best tool we have for prevention is vaccination. more
This week on 22News InFocus we'll be talking with two members of the newly formed Veterans Advocacy Coalition, both of whom have served as administrators at the Soldiers Home at Holyoke. more
As disconcerting as they are, vision whiteouts are usually benign. Making sure, though, means talking with a physician or optometrist. The post If your sight goes white, these are diagnoses to … more
B12 deficiency is a common health problem that affects an estimated 6% to 20% of the U.S. population. more
President Joe Biden turned 80 on Nov. 20, 2022 — and debate is ongoing, from a health perspective, about his advanced age and the capacity of individuals of that age to serve in the highest office … more
Bracing against the vibrations of the jackhammer, illicit diamond miner Jefferson Ncube bores steadily into the rock face before him, sending chunks of dry stone clattering to the ground and … more
Preregistration is required to receive a COVID-19 booster being held at the Mountain View School in Easthampton on Wednesday. more
City Councilor Tammy Fiebelkorn Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal The city has long considered it biomedical waste. But now Albuquerque leaders are hoping that the reproductive … more
In a blend of technical research and medical expertise, new findings could help care for people with serious pregnancy complications          more
With the start of the holiday season comes an increase in larger gatherings and therefore an increase in possible COVID-19 spread. more
The FDA has just approved the most expensive drug on the market to date. The drug known as Hemgenix costs $3.5 million per dose and is administered to patients with the rare disorder Hemophilia B. more
"My son's life changed Sept. 26," she wrote in an Instagram story Wednesday, before showing a series of videos and photos of Brentt and his recovery. more
A Florida couple is reminding parents to listen to their gut about their child’s health after their daughter Aria was diagnosed with a rare eye cancer more
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