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Can drinking warm fluids cool down your body temperature? A Charlotte doctor told us it's actually a trick question. more
Connecticut 26-year-old has already accomplished more than many people will in a lifetime - and she keeps adding to the list. more
The specialized team brings agencies and community-driven organizations together to respond to an opioid incident more effectively. more
Gender-affirming care has helped many people like me. Yet earlier this year, the state of Missouri decided that transgender kids had too many rightsAccording to a Washington Post-KFF poll, only 43% … more
In a series of vignettes, "Our Story" depicts a community coming together through encouraging personal stories about living with HIV. more
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By Anissa Durham | Word In Black (WIB) – You have probably heard of food deserts.  But have you heard of a cardiology desert? Both mean a lack of access to something. Cardiology deserts are … more
The Oregon Nurses Association said that roughly 1,800 union nurses and clinicians are covered by the strike authorization.          more
A $10 million endowment from the T. Boone Pickens Foundation will help Baylor fund residencies, fellowships, research and educational opportunities for future docs.          more
A special honor Monday night for a local family that came to the aide of Baystate Health during the height of the pandemic, when masks were scarce for healthcare workers. more
Lori Carpenter-Butenschoen's son died after taking what he thought was a Percocet. She recently took her message to Shorecrest High School in his honor. more
A double chin and extra fat on the face is an esthetical problem for many people. However, you can get rid of these with proper exercises. Many people have noticed that when they practice mewing, … more
Sen. Maria Cantwell hosted a roundtable in Everett Monday, hearing from people whose lives have been touched by the fentanyl epidemic. more
Recently, getting enough sleep was identified as a way to prevent – as well as recover from COVID – especially important to avoid Long-COVID. According to Press Rundown, “Sleep issues also have … more
The New Mexico state agency that oversees the Medicaid program for nearly 990,000 state residents is pushing back the scheduled contract expiration date for its three current providers. The … more
MARIANNA, Fla. (WMBB) —Jackson County has become the latest county in our area to offer substance abuse treatment for jail inmates.  The CHROME Ministry Program offers help with other issues like … more
The Louisiana House of Representatives approved a bill Monday that revealed some parish coroners have cremated bodies, instead of performing autopsies, even when deaths occur under suspicious … more
As Massachusetts starts a new chapter of the pandemic, rising community immunity plays a role in keeping COVID-19 cases low. The post We’ve reached the point where almost everybody has had COVID … more
The air may have the smell of smoke at times on Tuesday, as Massachusetts environmental officials have again issued an "Air Quality Alert" due to the smoke from the Canadian wildfires. more
The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) is issuing a statewide air quality alert due to the smoke from fires in Canada. more
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