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Understanding Triple-Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC): What Every Woman Should Know

(BPT) - We often talk about breast cancer as if it is one disease. “Yeah, she had breast cancer,” or “she had a lump removed.” Even, “she has breast cancer. She’s …

A Breast Cancer Diagnosis at Age 36 Inspired this Survivor to Support Others, Advance Research

(BPT) - Sponsored by G1 Therapeutics, Inc. Diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer? You Have OptionsRegina Jones has twice heard the life-changing words, “It’s cancer.” The …
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Debunking common monkeypox myths

Stacker compiled a list of myths about monkeypox and investigated their viability using news, scientific, and government reports.

Monkeypox vaccine in the US: What public health experts know so far—and what they don't

Stacker compiled a list of frequently asked questions about the currently available monkeypox vaccine from governments, scientific sources, and health experts.   

Reports of hate crimes are rising—here are how protections vary by state

Stacker has collected information to help readers understand the varying hate crime laws across the U.S.

Understanding AFib: Living with and treating a common condition

(Family Features) A diagnosis of atrial fibrillation (AFib) may be scary, but it doesn't have to hold you back from enjoying life. Learning more about the condition and treatment options can significantly affect your prognosis and quality of living.

4 Trends Showing People are Heading Back to the Dentist

(Family Features) In the wake of the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, people are becoming more comfortable getting back in the dental exam chair.

5 Steps to Properly Manage Blood Pressure

(Family Features) Nearly half of all American adults have high blood pressure, or hypertension. Of those, about 75% don't have it under control. These simple steps can help control your levels and manage risks.

Help Discover the Next Breakthrough Medical Treatment

(Family Features) Clinical trials examine the safety and effectiveness of new treatments in people, and this research plays a key role in developing ways to prevent, detect and treat diseases.

3 Tips for Seeking Health Care

(Family Features) People want options for their health care, receiving personalized care at a reasonable price and at a location that is convenient and comfortable. Consider these tips to choose service providers.

Novel Plasma Disinfection Improves Buildings’ Air Quality

(NewsUSA) - The climate impact of large buildings and facilities, especially data centers and microchip plants, has been under scrutiny and has made recent headlines after New York Attorney …

Expert Offers Tips to Boost Your Immunity

(NewsUSA) - The ongoing pandemic has highlighted the importance of keeping your immune system strong and healthy, according to Leonard A. Farber, MD, a healthcare executive and expert in …

Colorectal Cancer Screening Options Reduce Disparities

(NewsUSA) - Colorectal cancer remains the third most common non-skin cancer in American adults, according to the American Cancer Society. Regular screening is essential to identifying colorectal …

Costs of Aging in Place are Emotional and Financial

(NewsUSA) - Many older adults would prefer to remain in their own homes as they age, but a lack of affordable options makes this plan a challenge for individuals and their families, according to …

Medicinal Mushroom Supplement AHCC Helps Clear “Invisible” HPV Infections

(NewsUSA) - You may be among the 42 million Americans currently infected by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and not know it. HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United …

4 Tips to Manage a Beach Day with Moderate-to-Severe Eczema

(BPT) - The beach is an ideal place to make memories with friends and family, the perfect way to unwind, relax and soak in the sun. But for those living with uncontrolled moderate-to-severe atopic …

An established therapy option now treats common painful diabetes complication

(BPT) - Living with diabetes had always been manageable for Kent Apple by eating healthy and remaining active. However, he knew he needed to see his doctor when he started experiencing pain in his …

A less painful approach: New non-invasive test to predict progression of liver disease

(BPT) - Each year, 9 to 15 million Americans may unknowingly be affected by a silent, sometimes deadly attack on their liver. Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, or NASH, a serious form of non-alcoholic …

5 Free Support Resources for Young Adult Blood Cancer Patients & Survivors

(BPT) - Young adults between the ages of 18 and 39 are often embarking on new journeys or pursuing personal and professional goals. A cancer diagnosis can bring their plans to a screeching halt. The …

What Your Feet Can Tell You About Your Health

(Family Features) Many adults in the United States are suffering and may be at risk of amputations of their toes, feet or legs as a result of an undetected disease known as peripheral artery disease (PAD). Learn more about PAD, including symptoms, risk factors and treatment.

GMOs Explained

(Family Features) Many consumers are curious to learn more about the purpose and safety of GMOs. Consider these facts about GMOs. 

Eating Disorders During the College Years: College life can lead to developing and relapsing eating disorders

(Family Features) The college years tend to intersect with the onset of most mental health conditions, with some of the most dangerous and prevalent mental health conditions on college campuses being eating disorders.

How to Safely Dispose of Used Household Needles and Medical Sharps

(Family Features) When it comes to disposing used household medical needles or sharps, consider these safety tips and resources.

6 most common causes of traumatic brain injuries

Traumatic brain injuries are caused by an external force that injures the brain. Taxman, Pollock, Murray & Bekkerman, LLC looked at a CDC report on traumatic brain injuries, which used 2017 surveillance data to pull insights and trends about TBI-related hospitalizations in the U.S.  

Handball, jai alai and other activities that burn a lot of calories

Gigacalculator used data from the Wisconsin Department of Health to determine which activities burn the most calories.

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Survivor of meningococcal meningitis, a rare but potentially deadly disease, shares his story to help underscore the importance of vaccination

(BPT) - Jonathan DeGuzman thought he was experiencing flu symptoms. It was May 2005, and he was in college. He had shivers. His head hurt. …

Don’t Fall Back On Your Fitness Routine: Exercise Physiologist On Importance Of Workout Variety

(NAPSI)—As people settle into back-to-school routines, Tom Holland, exercise physiologist, certified sports nutritionist and Bowflex fitness advisor, explains that you shouldn’t let the change of …

How you can Be the One to save the life of one veteran

(BPT) - September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and there has never been a more pressing time to discuss the number one issue facing veterans today: suicide. According to the National Veteran …

Tips for patients and healthcare professionals to help close the 'insomnia conversation gap'

(BPT) - For approximately 25 million American adults, insomnia is an unfortunate and ever-present reality, impacting a person’s ability to sleep and creating debilitating repercussions within …

Worried about your loved one? How to help veterans at risk of suicide

(BPT) - Returning to civilian life can be difficult for veterans, especially if they struggle with mental health. Too often, veterans experiencing mental health challenges are embarrassed to ask for help.

(BPT) - Think about how often you say remarks out loud like: “This outfit looks terrible on me,” or “I don’t like the way my hair looks,” or even, “I wish that my …
(BPT) - Hereditary transthyretin-mediated (hATTR) amyloidosis is a rare, inherited and debilitating condition characterized by the buildup of amyloid deposits throughout multiple parts of the body, …
(BPT) - With the school year in full swing, it can be challenging for families to find time away from their busy schedules and spend quality time together. One easy way to make sure there is quality …
(NewsUSA) - Despite advances in diagnosis and treatment, lung cancer remains a leading cause of death for Black men and women. In the United States, estimates suggest that more than 73,000 Black …
(NewsUSA) - Pulse Check: 3 Things You May Not Know About the Most Common Heart Rhythm Disorder Atrial fibrillation (AFib), otherwise known as an irregular or fluttering heartbeat, is the …
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