General Health Stories
- China says a surge in respiratory illnesses is caused by flu and other known pathogensby ABC News: Health on November 26, 2023
China’s health ministry says a surge in respiratory illnesses across the country that has drawn […]
- Correction: Food Waste-Donations storyby ABC News: Health on November 26, 2023
In a story published Nov. 25, 2023, about food waste, The Associated Press erroneously reported […]
- Sherlock of Sleep Devoted to Understanding Parasomniasby Steve Nadis (Health | Discover Magazine) on November 26, 2023
Part scientist, part detective, Michel Cramer Bornemann explains some of the most mysterious — […]
- Here's how the American Red Cross makes money from donated bloodby Health and Science on November 26, 2023
In 2022, the American Red Cross made $1.8 billion selling blood to hospitals and medical facilities […]
- Can You Be Allergic to Alcohol? Understanding Alcohol Intolerance and Its Causesby Jake Parks (Health | Discover Magazine) on November 25, 2023
Have you ever had a strange reaction to alcohol? You might have an alcohol intolerance. Find out […]
- FDA expands cantaloupe recall after salmonella infections double in a weekby ABC News: Health on November 24, 2023
The number of people sickened by salmonella from cut and whole cantaloupes has more than doubled in […]
- Immune Health Is All About Balance – An Immunologist Explains Why Both Too Strong And Too Weak An Immune Response Can Lead To Illnessby Aimee Pugh Bernard, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus (Health | Discover Magazine) on November 24, 2023
When immune cells become overactive, your immune system itself can cause disease.
- John Lewis to offer health checks to customersby BBC News - Health on November 24, 2023
The department store is partnering with Covid-19 testing firm Randox Health to offer new services.
- Ohio voters just passed abortion protections. When and how they take effect is before the courtsby ABC News: Health on November 24, 2023
Ohio’s new constitutional protections for abortion access and other reproductive rights take […]
- China reports no 'unusual or novel pathogens' after WHO seeks data on respiratory illness outbreakby Health and Science on November 24, 2023
The WHO said that the surge was likely linked to the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions as China […]
- UN confirms sexual spread of mpox in Congo for the 1st timeby ABC News: Health on November 24, 2023
The World Health Organization said it has confirmed sexual transmission of mpox in Congo for the […]
- South Africa, Colombia and others are fighting drugmakers over access to TB and HIV drugsby ABC News: Health on November 24, 2023
In a series of moves experts say signal a shift in how developing countries deal with […]
- WHO asks China for more information about rise in illnesses and pneumonia clustersby ABC News: Health on November 24, 2023
WHO asks China for more information about illnesses and pneumonia clusters.
- Israel reveals signs of Hamas activity at Shifa, but a promised command center remains elusiveby ABC News: Health on November 24, 2023
Nearly a month ago, the Israeli military unveiled a detailed 3D model of Gaza’s Shifa Hospital
- Prosecutors ask to effectively close case against top Italian, WHO officials over COVID-19 responseby ABC News: Health on November 24, 2023
Rome prosecutors have asked a judge to archive an investigation into Italian and U.N. health […]
- China says no 'unusual or novel pathogens' after WHO queries respiratory outbreaksby BBC News - Health on November 24, 2023
Beijing tells the WHO it found no "unusual or novel pathogens" in the cases involving children.
- West Africa responds to huge diphtheria outbreaksby ABC News: Health on November 23, 2023
Authorities in several West African countries are trying to manage their huge diphtheria outbreaks
- OxyContin maker's settlement plan divides victims of opioid crisis. Now it's up to the Supreme Courtby ABC News: Health on November 23, 2023
The legality of an agreement by the maker of OxyContin to settle thousands of lawsuits over the […]
- Covid: Lack of trust in government adversely affected minorities - Badenochby BBC News - Health on November 23, 2023
The business secretary tells the Covid inquiry some minority groups did not trust the government.
- ‘It’s much more harmful than we thought, and its mortality burden has been seriously underestimated’by (Health & Medicine Archives — Harvard Gazette) on November 23, 2023
Researchers found that between 1999 and 2020, 460,000 deaths were attributable to fine particulate […]
- What Is the New Normal For COVID-19 Vaccines?by Emilie Le Beau Lucchesi (Health | Discover Magazine) on November 23, 2023
Clinics offer Flu shots each year to fight the upcoming flu season. Find out everything to know […]
- Hep C: More than 70% of Bristolians 'know nothing' of virusby BBC News - Health on November 23, 2023
Keith Hathaway, from Bristol, is promoting awareness of blood-borne viruses such as Hepatitis C.
- Nevada judge rejects attempt to get abortion protections on 2024 ballotby ABC News: Health on November 23, 2023
A judge has struck down an effort to enshrine reproductive rights, including abortion, in […]
- Completion rates for tests, referrals lower from telehealth visits, study findsby Emily Olsen (Healthcare Dive - Latest News) on November 22, 2023
Failure to get tests or complete referrals is a leading cause of diagnostic errors, and it’s […]
- Covid inquiry: Van-Tam family received 'unexpected' death threatsby BBC News - Health on November 22, 2023
Former medical adviser tells the UK Covid inquiry he considered stepping down over safety fears.