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Pope Francis has made his first public appearance outdoors since being stricken by bronchitis two weeks ago, which forced him to cancel a planned trip to the COP-28 climate conference in Dubai. more
Before Aubrey Gordon was a published author and co-host of the podcast Maintenance Phase, she was the anonymous blogger Your Fat Friend, writing about the lived experiences of fat people in … more
Metastatic breast cancer patients who took part in a nine-month exercise program reported an improved quality of life and less pain and fatigue compared to patients who did not undergo the program, … more
A sewer backup has caused the overflow to discharge into Longmeadow Brook. more
State Attorney General Andrea Campbell has indicted a Springfield-based Medicaid consultant for stealing from elderly nursing home victims. more
Here's the latest batch of food safety inspection results from around the Lehigh Valley. more
A Connecticut man died of mesothelioma after breathing in asbestos fibers, according to a lawsuit. more
“While necessary, the decision to file the petition and receiving the approval comes with a heavy heart,” said Larry Santilli, president & C.E.O. of Athena Health Care Systems. more
The Family Treatment Court launches at the Juvenile Court in Springfield, an initiative aimed at helping families with court cases where parental substance use is a factor. more
The parasite Toxoplasma gondii can also be spread to humans through undercooked meat more
By Stacy M. Brown | NNPA (NNPA) – The latest findings on life expectancy in the United States from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) underscored a noteworthy upswing for the … more
An estimated one in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime, killing on average 42,000 a year in the U.S. But what if a vaccine could significantly lower each woman's chance of ever … more
Weight-inclusive health care seeks to help patient attain better health without requiring weight loss. It includes eating for overall well-being rather than for the number of calories. It may also … more
Health officials are releasing the first nationally representative estimate of how many U.S. adults have chronic fatigue syndrome: 3.3 million. more
Environmental watchdogs have accused a Mexico-based startup of violating international trade law that protects the endangered totoaba fish more
Schools are stocking up on naloxone, often bought under the brand name Narcan, as youth overdoses increase. But data-gathering is not included in Oregon's plan.          more
FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Just like most healthcare providers across the country, Sanford Health in Fargo is ready for this years flu season. “We are right at the beginning of the flu season and I … more
Environmental watchdogs have accused a Mexico-based startup of violating international trade law that protects the endangered totoaba fish. more
In an emergency lawsuit, and the first since Texas banned most abortions, the Dallas woman asked to end her pregnancy because the fetus won't survive. more
A Kentucky child is dead and a Missouri infant has brain damage from the same kind of bacteria that sparked powdered formula recalls and shortages last year. more
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