They became known as “the real ‘Fault in Our Stars’ couple” and soon became nearly as famous as the couple in the novel and movie.
Although you might pay attention to what kind of meat you buy at the grocery store — organic, grass-fed, cage-free — chances are, you aren’t as informed about the meat that’s on the menu at your favorite fast food joint.
Global leaders met at the United Nationals General Assembly in New York Wednesday to address what experts are calling one of the biggest threats to global health: antimicrobial resistance.
Where were you on Sept. 11 when you first heard that a plane had hit the North Tower of the World Trade Center?
Sara Murray tends to two dozen babies in the neonatal therapeutic unit at Cabell Huntington Hospital. They shake. They vomit. Their inconsolable, high-pitched screams pierce the air. The symptoms can last for hours, days or months.
On the very first episode of the MTV reality series “Teen Mom,” back in 2009, the cameras were rolling as Catelynn, one of the girls on the show, talked to her doctor about birth control. She made the decision to get a Mirena intrauterine device, known as an IUD; it’s more than 99% effective in preventing pregnancy and lasts for five years.
Making sure your little ones get enough sleep just might be one of the best things you could do for their health, both now and later on, experts say.
On a hot and sticky summer day in Manhattan, Nicole Levin was leaving a dentist appointment when it happened.
The good news is that maternal mortality rates are declining worldwide. The bad news? The situation for women in the United States is a glaring exception. And in Texas, where clinics serving women have shuttered and their health interests have been battled all the way up to the US Supreme Court, the rate of pregnancy-related deaths more than doubled over the course of two years.
Designer babies, brain-boosting chips and “superhuman” synthetic blood may sound like science fiction, but due to advances in biomedical technologies, they could soon be a reality.