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The surgeon general has warned that social media harms kids. Should they be banned until they're older?

2023-05-26T09:00:09Z


What it means for the COVID-19 pandemic to be 'over'

2023-05-05T21:23:43Z


Randi Weingarten, Anthony Fauci, and why we are still talking about pandemic school closures

2023-05-02T19:35:20Z


Hearing aids linked to lower instances of dementia in older adults, study finds

2023-01-27T20:29:53Z


Try These Easy Christmas Mocktails for a Seasonal Sip Without the Alcohol

2022-12-22T17:53:00Z


Is it fair to blame social media for teenagers‚?? mental health?

2023-02-18T19:40:18Z


South Carolina is the latest state to pass post-Roe abortion restrictions with 6-week ban

2023-05-25T21:19:56Z


These healthy lifestyle habits may cut risk of long COVID in half, Harvard study finds

2023-02-07T21:12:19Z


Racism charges fly at House hearing on coronavirus

2023-03-09T14:26:30Z


What is happiness, and how can you be more happy? Experts from the happiest countries share their tips

2023-04-19T14:01:20Z


Air quality alerts continue in U.S. as Canadian wildfire smoke spreads: Full coverage

2023-06-08T11:17:14Z


Smoke from Canada wildfires is impacting air quality across the Northeast

2023-06-01T18:19:25Z


Mistrust in U.S. medical system leads to lack of diversity in clinical trials

2023-02-06T23:38:07Z


The COVID public health emergency expires Thursday. Here‚??s what that means for you.

2023-05-10T20:55:57Z


Doctors perform lifesaving brain surgery on fetus in the womb

2023-05-04T17:50:40Z


Feinstein‚??s health issues were far more serious than publicly disclosed: What we know

2023-05-19T18:08:16Z


'Very homophobic': Teachers' union leader Randi Weingarten says House hearing crossed the line

2023-05-01T14:52:03Z


Is Dry January a sign of a healthier approach to alcohol?

2023-01-14T22:08:37Z


‚??There‚??s a temptation to lump octogenarians together‚??: What you should know about work and aging-brain health

2023-05-22T11:23:17Z


'Devastating': Pandemic learning loss needs urgent attention in U.S., national survey finds

2023-05-15T21:26:16Z


White House denounces Elon Musk‚??s 'disgusting' Anthony Fauci attacks

2022-12-12T18:37:49Z


Is the COVID pandemic really over?

2023-04-11T23:46:37Z


Where did COVID-19 come from? Pressure mounts to find the answer

2023-03-09T14:07:23Z


COVID emergency ending: Too soon or long overdue?

2023-02-01T20:49:30Z


40 Thoughtful Mother's Day Cards That You Can Print for Free

2023-03-27T16:27:00Z


Gas stoves have given 650,000 U.S. children asthma, study finds

2023-01-05T20:46:19Z


Mystery of COVID-19's origins deepens with new report: What we know

2023-02-27T22:31:55Z


Raccoon dogs did not start COVID-19, new study says

2023-05-08T16:51:28Z


Feinstein resists calls from House Democrats to resign: Here's everything we know

2023-04-13T18:04:29Z


Biden warns AI could 'overtake human thinking' ‚?? and other health news this week

2023-06-02T18:06:27Z


The COVID public health emergency is ending ‚?? but what does that mean, and who will be impacted?

2023-02-27T15:57:00Z


How the U.S. surgeon general wants to repair a culture of isolation

2023-05-31T13:55:14Z


Bats could hold secret to long life ‚?? and other health news you may have missed

2023-05-12T19:56:03Z


How smoke from Canadian wildfires affects your health

2023-06-07T21:08:45Z


Europe in 'collective denial' over the state of the COVID pandemic, former WHO official says

2023-01-13T22:25:19Z


DeSantis blasted for 'Orwellian' vaccine investigation

2022-12-15T14:27:26Z


What the destruction of Ukraine's Kakhovka dam means for local residents

2023-06-06T23:29:10Z


This could be why your hair turns gray ‚?? and other health stories you may have missed

2023-04-22T11:00:09Z


Air quality alerts triggered in New York as Canadian wildfire smoke blankets Northeast

2023-06-06T17:53:32Z


Black women should start breast cancer screening at younger age, study suggests

2023-04-28T20:22:18Z


Do your vitamin and mineral supplements actually do anything? Here's what experts say.

2023-01-03T15:56:47Z


Who should have the 'right to die'

2023-05-20T13:30:23Z


What is the Air Quality Index?

2023-06-08T18:31:48Z


50 Gourmet Food Christmas Gifts You Can Have Delivered

2022-12-09T22:36:00Z


Jimmy Carter has opted for home hospice care. Here's what that means.

2023-02-21T19:58:54Z


'Extremely disconcerting': NIH didn't track U.S. funds going to Chinese virus research, watchdog finds

2023-01-27T00:48:08Z


Black doctors call out 'broken' system for health care professionals

2023-05-18T18:18:24Z


Mask mandates fail to make a comeback, despite pleas from public health experts

2022-12-22T17:32:51Z


Are new weight loss drugs really an obesity ‚??game changer‚???

2023-01-24T19:15:24Z


WHO denies it 'abandoned' COVID origins investigation because of Chinese stonewalling

2023-02-16T20:41:10Z


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