A British LGBTQ advocacy group is hoping to clarify some misconceptions about what it means to be HIV undetectable in a quirky new video. "The Undetectables," released Tuesday, features testimony from...
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Not all calories are created equal. Your body processes calories from certain foods differently, depending on whether or not the food (and its ingredients) are nutrient-rich or nutrient-poor. Kelly Ho...
Climate change is already taking a major toll on public health and threatening to reverse progress made over the past century in combatting infectious diseases, according to one of the world's oldest...
As officials try to assuage fears, Christian Romero says his brother has already died from leptospirosis.
13 REASONS WHY
Women keep ingesting their afterbirth, even though the science isn’t there.
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A new study has found that "13 Reasons Why," the Netflix drama about a teenager who dies by suicide, led to an increase in internet searches about it. Research published in the journal JAMA Internal M...
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It can be wee-lly bad for your respiratory system. 😶
Death cap mushrooms foraged in Northern California have severely poisoned 14 people in the last few months, three so seriously that they needed liver transplants. One victim is a toddler who will have...
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The Netflix breakout show "13 Reasons Why" has been praised for its binge-worthy, dramatic storytelling. But mental health experts warn that its thrilling narrative devices also make it problematic. T...
Warmer weather enables disease-carrying ticks to thrive.
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The mental health condition is hardly one-size-fits-all.
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Living with a cat during childhood does not cause mental illness later in life, a new study from University College London suggests, disputing earlier studies that caused alarm by linking cats to huma...
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And women and girls are the likely losers.
The Pennsylvania couple likely died within minutes of each other.
The NT Department of Health says more people might be affected