"If you feel you are sick, it is important to seek care for proper diagnosis," an expert told "Newsweek."
The vaccine is the "first and most important step in protecting against influenza and its potentially serious complications," according to the CDC.
Two studies published recently state that loneliness among aging adults is equal to, if not less than, adults of similar age from previous generations.
While President Donald Trump administration's ignores their requests, up to 70 physicians have vowed to keep returning to border stations until they're allowed to give life-saving flu shots, participants told Newsweek.
A liberal coalition of House Democrats doesn't think the House speaker's package to cut drug prices goes far enough.
A sense of identity, authentic relationships with friends and family members and a sense of accomplishment could all help cultivate this attitude, an expert told Newsweek.
"If these reports are true, it could be a big blow to many millions of people on this drug," an expert said.
The findings could have uses beyond Alzheimer's disease, experts told "Newsweek."
Published in light of Human Rights Day on December 10, the survey demonstrates a disconnect between world leaders and the wishes of their youngest generation, according to Amnesty International.
Critics say the ads hark back to controversial marketing in the 1980s that stigmatized LGBTQ communities.
A University of Sheffield study found that being in a brass band can benefit your overall health.
Six of the top 20 are in the U.S., but it's a British city that tops the list.
In addition to smoking, obesity and pollution, there is another factor that could affect your health—where you live.
The more highly paid and educated a person is, the more likely it is that they will drink to excess.
Cancer is the primary cause of death in Japan. Researchers found the more a person drank, the more likely they were to develop cancer.
Known as the Detroit Dock, a site where uranium was processed for nuclear weapons partially collapsed into the already polluted Detroit River, causing concern from both U.S. and Canadian officials.
"Our study showed that there is still room for health improvement beyond what medicines can offer," an expert told Newsweek.
Head and neck injuries related to phones were relatively rare up until 2007, when rates shot up following the release of the iPhone, according to researchers.
"E-cigarette users are guine -pigs," an expert told "Newsweek."
These killings don't occur in a vacuum, but rather have "spillover effects" in their communities, according to the study released Wednesday by Joscha Legewie, an assistant professor of sociology at Harvard University.
A 14-year-old sustained serious injuries to his scrotum and penis after colliding with a stationary car while cycling.
Officials of the Pacific island nation have recorded 60 deaths linked to the outbreak, mostly children.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is the lone prevention treatment for people susceptible to HIV infection, but it's notoriously expensive in the United States.
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