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China confirms 291 cases of Wuhan virus, death toll rises to 6

BEIJING: The death toll from the new coronavirus outbreak has risen to six in China's central city of Wuhan as of Monday (Jan 20), the city's mayor told state television. China also confirmed 291 cases...

Why Colds and Flu Rarely Strike at Same Time

If you already have a cold, you're less likely to get the flu, and vice versa, a large new study shows. That finding could lead to improved prediction of cold and flu outbreaks as well...

Study finds more teens vaping marijuana even as mysterious lung illness claims young lives

More teens are regularly using marijuana by vaping rather than smoking, even as mysterious lung illness claims young lives across the United States, according to a study released Wednesday. Fourteen percent of high school...

Study by Doctors finds Marijuana edibles more likely to result in emergency room visits

The risks with edible marijuana products are high — and not just in the trippy sense of the word. A new study has found that patients' reasons for visiting emergency rooms are different for edible marijuana than...

Recreational marijuana is legal in Michigan and will soon be legal in Illinois. Here’s what to know

Two Midwestern states are breaking into the recreational marijuana market, and dispensaries are expecting huge crowds. Legal weed sales began Sunday in Michigan, where a handful of dispensaries in Ann Arbor planned to be open for...

Influencers Admit That Instagram Is Bad For Body Image, Mental Health, Study Shows

Instagram star Tobias Becs warms up for some tricks.

Calculate your brain health score

Throughout your life, your brain’s job is to help you make sense of the world and help oversee your daily operations and life. Brain health refers to the ability to remember, learn, plan, concentrate and maintain a...

Do you have signs of Ovarian Cancer?

In the United States, ovarian cancer accounts for around 3 percent of cancers in women. On average, 11.5 in every 100,000 people in the U.S. developed ovarian cancer each year between 2010 and 2018. By 2018, around 222,060 women will...

How Much Do You Know About High Blood Pressure (Hypertension)?

High blood pressure is the number one risk factor for stroke and a major risk factor for heart disease. High blood pressure is when the blood pressure in your arteries is elevated and your heart has to work harder than...

Which Birth Control method is right for you?

Birth control (also called contraception) can help you prevent pregnancy when you don’t want to have a baby. How do you choose the right birth control? There isn’t one method...
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China confirms 291 cases of Wuhan virus, death toll rises to 6

BEIJING: The death toll from the new coronavirus outbreak has risen to six in China's central city of...
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7 things you can do to boost your energy without coffee

Do you wake up feeling tired in the morning? Are you too often feeling that afternoon exhaustion, where you feel like you...

Why Colds and Flu Rarely Strike at Same Time

If you already have a cold, you're less likely to get the flu, and vice versa, a large new study shows.

How to properly select the right breast implant

Choosing the right breast implant for you is a tough decision. Ask The Doctor Plastic Surgeon Dr. Kunaal Jindal talks about how...

What is botox and how is it used

Botox is used medically to treat certain muscular conditions, and cosmetically to remove wrinkles by temporarily paralyzing muscles. It is made from...