Re-Aligned U.S. HIV Panel Works to Rebuild Community Bridges

News release, HIV.gov. Harold Phillips, director, White House Office of National AIDS Policy. Daniel Royles, PhD, assistant professor of history, Florida International University; author of To Make the Wounded Whole: The African American Struggle against HIV/AIDS. CDC: “Morbidity and Mortality...

The Dish on GF Foods and Breast Cancer

Photo Credits: Judith Haeusler / Getty Images Kitzcorner / Getty Images Emptyclouds / Getty Images SOURCES: Wade Smith, MD, City of Hope Newport Beach Fashion Island, Orange County, CA. Celiac Disease Foundation: “What is Celiac Disease?” Brandy Gerling, RD, CSO,...

How Black Women Have Fought the HIV Epidemic for Decades

News release, HIV.gov. Harold Phillips, director, White House Office of National AIDS Policy. Daniel Royles, PhD, assistant professor of history, Florida International University; author of To Make the Wounded Whole: The African American Struggle against HIV/AIDS. CDC: “Morbidity and Mortality...

Radically Accepting Life With Psoriasis

Daisy Mack's father always repeated a simple mantra: “You can only be you.” She never really understood what he meant until after he died. “There were 6 weeks between my father's funeral and the beginning of COVID in 2019,” says...

Health Care Workers Were Already Feeling Burnout. Vaccine Deniers Made It Worse.

Susan Smith, a pediatric ER physician in the Midwest who’s been in the medical field for 30 years, wasn’t expecting to retire any time soon. But then COVID-19 hit. Smith has dealt with the long shifts, the increasing influx of...

New Study Reveals How Much Free Time You May Need To Be Happier

Feeling overwhelmed by your to-do list can certainly make you unhappy, but new research suggests that more free time might not be the magic elixir many of us dream it could be. In a new multipart study released last week,...

Flu Season 2021: What To Expect As COVID Continues

You probably didn’t hear too much about the flu season last year, since the COVID-19 pandemic took the spotlight from the usual fall and winter viruses. But while you may still be focused on the coronavirus (as you should be),...

What COVID Nurses Want You To Know Right Now

Sarah Flanagan, a 24-year-old acute care nurse, cannot believe that she is back here again, working long hours in a Florida hospital overrun with patients who have the coronavirus.Countless people who need care are being held in the hallways of...

As Opioid Deaths Climb, Human Trials Begin for Vaccine

Sept. 15, 2021 -- Opioid-related drug overdose deaths in the United States exploded to an estimated record high of 69,031 people in 2020, topping the 49,860 deaths logged in 2019, according to a new report from the CDC. Most of...

How Plant-Based ‘Meat’ May Help You and Save the Environment

“It can be so easy,” she says. “Canned beans, peanut butter, simmered lentils, brown rice, oatmeal, seasonal fruit, tons of veggies (frozen, canned, fresh).” Another major reason people struggle, or quit, after trying a plant-based diet is not being prepared,...
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