Health Care

Rose McGowan Surrenders to Police on Drug Charge

In an interview with The New Yorker after she was booked and released on bond Monday, McGowan said she was nervous about being followed by private investigato...


Two Dead After Being Infected With Legionnaires' Disease, Illness Linked to Disneyland

Legionnaires' disease is a type of airborne disease that causes a severe form of pneumonia to most people who are above 50 or with a weak immune system. Prompt ...


Great American Smokeout is Thursday

The state itself spends more than $1.8 billion in health care costs directly caused by smoking. SelfHelpWorks recommends that any plans to quit smoking should m...


Do you have high blood pressure? You might, based on new guidelines

Previously, a blood pressure reading of 140/90 was considered high . Normal blood pressure still will be considered 120 over 80. If your blood pressure is to...


World's carbon emissions set to spike by 2% in 2017

But, the Global Carbon Budget notes, it's not just China that is fueling the increase - both the United States and Europe, the second and third top emitters res...


United States approves digital pill that tracks when patients take it

The FDA, an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, protects the public health by assuring the safety, effectiveness, and security of hu...


Roy Moore's lawyer tries freaky teen-dating defense with MSNBC host

Ruhle responded. "Please answer: What does Ali Velshi's background have do with dating 14-year-old girls?" Garmon: Sure. In other countries, there's ar...


Doctor's scalpel hangs over Siddaramaiah's medical bill

Around 8,000 medical personnel will be off duty to go to Belagavi and negotiate with the government. Speaking to PTI at Belagavi, national president of Indian...


Lower GST rates on restaurants, 178 goods become effective

The GST Council had in its meeting on November 10 chose to reduce rates of 178 items and put them in the 18% tax slab from the existing 28%. While lowering ...


12-year-old girl takes USA attorney general to court for cannabis

In an unexpected turn of events, while testifying before the House Intelligence Committee on the ongoing Russia Collusion investigation, staunch defender of can...


Alex Azar at HHS: "Big Pharma's Coup"

Azar's nomination comes after Trump's initial health secretary, former U.S. Representative Tom Price, resigned in September amid criticism over his use of exp...


Investors Swarm in on Digital Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE:DLR) Shares

PM comes in with a P/S ratio of 5.86 that's greater than 1, potentially implying that it could be expensive relative to the overall sector (6.05) and its peers ...


Stop using antibiotics on healthy animals - World Health Organization weighs in on resistance debate

According to the Ministry of Health and Child Care, the commemorations are running from today until Friday under the theme: Seek advice from a qualified health...


Jones defends Thursday Night Football, says it's not too demanding on players

They need to get rid of this game, I think". Mike Tomlin alluded to this reality after Pittsburgh beat the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, 20-17, saying playe...


I&B Ministry is doing unconstitutional, unprecedented thing: Sasidharan, director of S Durga

Tewari took to twitter said, "Preposterous - That I&B Ministry got two films dropped from IFFI 2017". Scriptwriter Apurva Asrani , a jury member, has pra...


Corn harvest still lags, soybeans almost done

The CBOT January soybean contract dipped to $9.82-1/2 a bushel ahead of the daily pause in trade, its lowest since October 31 and just below its 50-day moving a...


Ben Affleck Won't Be Celebrating Thanksgiving Alone

One of the most well-known segments of Jimmy Kimmel Live! is when the host has celebrities read mean tweets about themselves, but for Kimmel's 50th birthday...


Kratom Being Used for Opioid Addiction, but FDA Has Warning

Kratom is a naturally growing plant in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, and is being marketed as a "safe" treatment option for certain disea...


US Army re-allows waivers for recruits with history of mental illness

Though waivers for recruits with a history of mental health issues were banned in 2009, the news outlet reported that the latest unannounced policy change had b...


American Heart Association seeks little hat donations

All babies born at participating hospitals during the month of February will receive a hat. Completed hats must be mailed to American Heart Association , 190...