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James Bond has a 'severe' drinking problem, researchers argue

10 Dec 2018 19:40


He’s blowing well over a 0.07.


As doctors taper or end opioid prescriptions, many patients driven to despair, suicide

10 Dec 2018 16:29


Doctors and medical establishments are sharply reducing doses of – or altogether no long prescribing -- pain medications, leaving many among the estimated 20 million Americans who suffer from daily debilitating chronic pain to consider ending their lives, and many others to kill themselves.


Romania hospital reports 39 babies diagnosed with superbug

10 Dec 2018 15:26


Romanian authorities say the number of babies diagnosed with a drug-resistant superbug at a maternity hospital in the capital has risen to 39.


Henna tattoo leaves girl, 3, with chemical burn in shape of cat

10 Dec 2018 14:17


A 3-year-old girl has been left with horrific chemical burns and permanent scars covering her arm - thanks to a black henna tattoo she got on vacation.


Patient coughs up blood clot in shape of lung passage: report

10 Dec 2018 06:46


A patient dying from heart failure last month coughed up a blood clot in the shape of his right lung’s bronchial tree nearly 6-inches in length, according to a photo from the New England Journal of Medicine.


Don't eat raw cookie dough this holiday season, CDC warns

10 Dec 2018 03:01


Holiday baking season is in full swing and many people will begin baking cookies for Santa, however the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say you may want to think twice before you start snacking in the kitchen.


Michigan boy, 12, rakes leaves to raise money for gravestone of friend who died of cancer

10 Dec 2018 02:17


A 12-year-old Michigan boy is working odd jobs to raise money for a special Christmas gift: a gravestone for his best friend.


9 ways to handle holiday food when you have diabetes

9 Dec 2018 12:00


During the holiday season, however, when pies, cookies and indulgent recipes are everywhere you look, it can be even more challenging to keep your sugar intake levels steady.


Should you run outside in winter?

8 Dec 2018 12:00


When the temperature dips below freezing and the ground becomes a sheet of ice, the bitter cold wind drives many athletes and weekend warriors indoors.  


Washington woman dead from brain-eating amoeba after using neti pot filled with tap water, report says

7 Dec 2018 21:10


A Seattle woman whose brain was partly a “ball of bloody mush” after rare brain-eating amoebas infected her likely contracted the organisms after she using a neti pot full of tap water to clear her sinuses.


Generic drugmaker to sell alternative to EpiPen injectors

7 Dec 2018 18:47


Generic drugmaker Sandoz announced plans Thursday to start selling an alternative to the EpiPen in the U.S. early next year.


Ebola spreads to major Congo city as vaccines a concern

7 Dec 2018 18:35


The second-largest Ebola outbreak in history has spread to a major city in eastern Congo, as health experts worry whether the stock of an experimental vaccine will stand up to the demands of an epidemic with no end in sight.


Mom with cancer whose search for bone marrow donor went viral gives birth to twins

7 Dec 2018 16:59


A California mother who was diagnosed with leukemia while pregnant with twins gave birth to a boy and girl on Thursday, named Rainy and Ryan.


Man whose wife died 6 days after giving birth now on mission to educate parents on maternal mortality

7 Dec 2018 16:50


The U.S. continues to see maternal death rates rise and yet 60 percent of these deaths are preventable, according to the CDC. Fox News’ Dr. Manny Alvarez, a high-risk obstetrician, discusses three of the most common types of pregnancy complications and what everyone can do to help end maternal mortality worldwide.


Researchers inch closer toward male contraceptive gel — but will men use it?

7 Dec 2018 15:31


You’d think male birth control would have progressed a bit farther by now.


Woman nearly lost top lip after getting botched fillers at 'Botox' party

7 Dec 2018 14:17


When Rachael Knappier went to a "Botox party" at a friend's home at the end of August, she planned to indulge in a shot of the wrinkle eraser in her forehead and a glass of fizz with her pals.


Colorado dad welcomes baby girl, loses wife on same day

7 Dec 2018 13:48


A Colorado father who welcomed his baby girl on the same day he lost his wife is receiving help from his Littleton community after a fundraiser was started on Facebook.


Chemicals found in makeup, soap, other personal care products may speed up puberty in girls, study says

6 Dec 2018 22:11


Makeup, toothpaste, and soap: What do these everyday personal care items have in common? According to a recent study, certain chemicals found in them could contribute to girls hitting puberty earlier.


NYC health officials ban unvaccinated kids from school amid measles outbreak in Orthodox Jewish community

6 Dec 2018 20:37


Health officials in New York are requiring students who attend Jewish schools in certain zip codes to get the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine amid a measles outbreak that has sickened at least 39 children in the Orthodox Jewish community since October.


Man coughs up part of lung while being treated for heart failure

6 Dec 2018 15:59


A 36-year-old California man who was admitted to the intensive care unit with chronic heart failure was coughing so severely that he hacked up an intact cast of the right bronchial tree. 

          
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