Login

Today's Wellness News

Women are diagnosed years later than men for same diseases, study finds
3/25/2019 09:32:00 PM
The study of 6.9 million people found that the same conditions were recognized in men when they were about four years younger than the age at which women were diagnosed.
'Blindsided': Women speak about breast implant illnesses at FDA hearing
3/25/2019 06:02:00 PM
New concerns about possible long-term health problems a focus at the two-day meeting.
Marijuana linked to increase in ER visits at Colorado hospital
3/25/2019 05:30:00 PM
People who consume marijuana edibles may be ingesting unsafe levels because they don’t feel the immediate high, researcher says.
Congo Ebola epidemic exceeds 1,000 cases
3/25/2019 02:09:00 PM
The death toll, 629, is the world's second-worst Ebola outbreak ever.
Hill's Pet Nutrition expands recall of canned dog food
3/25/2019 11:50:00 AM
Very high amounts of Vitamin D in dogs can lead to serious health problems such as kidney failure or death, the FDA said.
Hackers could take over some wireless defibrillators, feds says
3/25/2019 01:21:00 AM
Patients should keep using more than 20 vulnerable Medtronic devices because the benefits outweigh the risks, the government says.
California grower recalls avocados over possible listeria
3/24/2019 02:24:00 PM
Henry Avocado, a grower and distributor near San Diego, said that the recall covers conventional and organic avocados grown and packed in California.
Aspiring doctors seek advanced training in addiction medicine
3/22/2019 12:26:00 PM
The addiction medicine specialty is expanding its accredited training to include primary care residents and 'social justice warriors' who see it as a calling.
Tyson recalls chicken strips after customers find metal pieces
3/22/2019 09:46:00 AM
The recall includes fully cooked buffalo-style chicken strips fritters, crispy chicken strips, and chicken breast strip fritters.
Kentucky anti-vaxxer gets hearing over chickenpox school ban
3/22/2019 08:02:00 AM
Unvaccinated students have been ordered by the state health department to stay away from the Our Lady of the Assumption Church school and its activities during the outbreak.