In this week's Democratic presidential debate, Senators Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota said they could, and would, take executive action to reduce prices for much-needed drugs as president.
Congresswoman Pressley has gone public with her alopecia in a reveal on The Root, after she started loosing hair in the fall.
Gynecologist Dr. Jen Gunter told Newsweek products which claim to tighten the vagina are "medically harmful and playing off patriarchal tropes."
Doctors said the child's parents had taken him to the hospital just in time.
The genetic study involved over 100,000 people.
And why does it feel so much worse than a cold?
Patients currently taking the drug should talk to their health care professionals, the agency said.
Camels were first introduced to Australia by the British in the 1800s.
The team said their work also debunked the hypothesis that being exposed to a male partner's pheromones may affect the timing of the menopause.
Due in part to these deaths, the United States is the only wealthy nation in modern times to exhibit a decline in average life expectancy.
Exposures to toxic chemicals "represent a formidable risk to Americans' physical, mental, and economic health," said Abigail Gaylord of NYU Langone.
Deaths from injuries are a potential "hidden public health burden" of global warming, Robbie Parks of Imperial College told Newsweek.
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.
The machine has the potential to increase the number of livers available for transplant.
"Viruses, like all organisms, adapt and evolve," co-author Joel Wertheim told Newsweek.
This season, medics have been struck by the predominance of a different strain of flu that can be particularly damaging to children—influenza B.
The research involved 67 obese people with obstructive sleep apnea.
The study was based on surveys with more than 18,000 adult Hong Kong residents.
Accidental overdoses continue to claim tens of thousands of lives each year, but doctors who prescribe medication for opioid use disorders are very hard to track down.
Experts not involved in the research said the findings were "promising" and "exciting."
Each year, millions of children catch the flu in the U.S.
The commonly used average human body temperature was calculated in 1851.
Doctors report higher incidents of cannabis-related problems, such as confusion, anxiety, paranoia and hallucinations.