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Should you get a COVID vaccine booster? What if you had...

Worried about potential side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine? Are you unsure what activities are safe following vaccination?

Physician convicted of illegally prescribing opioids says the DEA has turned...

As the nation grapples with a record number of overdose deaths, it might not seem like the ideal time for a physician convicted of illegally prescribing opioids to push for liberalized drug laws.

49 people who were fully vaccinated have died of COVID in...

There have been 49 fully vaccinated people in New Jersey who have died from the coronavirus through July 12, state health officials told NJ Advance Media on Wednesday.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Drink to thirst when exercising

If the Summer Olympics inspire you to start working out, Mayo Clinic health experts say it's important to stay hydrated when you exercise. And a valuable term to remember is "drink to thirst."

Respiratory illnesses on the rise with symptoms similar to COVID-19

A respiratory infection prevalent mostly in the winter has been increasing in parts of the U.S.

What is monkeypox? Here’s what you should know about Texas’ first...

A Dallas resident on Friday was diagnosed with monkeypox, the first case of the virus ever reported in a human in Texas.

Is aging a disease? Treating it like one could be worth...

We’re living longer, but not necessarily better. As the population over 65 in the United States is projected to double by 2060 — with one in five residents in retirement age — so will the number of Americans needing long-term care services.

COVID-19 booster shots can wait even as variants spread, scientists say

Most vaccinated Americans are unlikely to need COVID-19 booster shots for months, or even years, despite the rise of highly infectious variants and the continued spread of the virus, according to top scientists.

Could tarantulas hold the secret to relieving chronic pain? Researchers think...

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Using $1.5 million in funding from the National Institutes of Health, researchers at University of California, Davis, are looking into whether venom from the widely feared tarantula spider could help relieve chronic pain.

Chronic stress can wreak havoc on your mind and body

Your body is hard-wired to react to stress in ways meant to protect you against threats from predators and other aggressors. Such threats are rare today, but that doesn't mean that life is free of stress.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Drink to thirst when exercising

If the Summer Olympics inspire you to start working out, Mayo Clinic health experts say it's important to stay hydrated when you exercise. And a valuable term to remember is "drink to thirst."

49 people who were fully vaccinated have died of COVID in...

There have been 49 fully vaccinated people in New Jersey who have died from the coronavirus through July 12, state health officials told NJ Advance Media on Wednesday.

Physician convicted of illegally prescribing opioids says the DEA has turned...

As the nation grapples with a record number of overdose deaths, it might not seem like the ideal time for a physician convicted of illegally prescribing opioids to push for liberalized drug laws.

Should you get a COVID vaccine booster? What if you had...

Worried about potential side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine? Are you unsure what activities are safe following vaccination?