Eric Coble told his manager that he still had symptoms, but claimed she replied, "It's fine, we need you back, you have to come back."
The World Health Organization declared monkeypox a "public health emergency of international concern" on Saturday.
The pet turtles have sickened 15 people in 11 states, according to investigators.
Frequent eating of fruit contributes not only to physical well-being but also to a positive mental outlook, a new study finds.
Widespread vaccinations efforts have helped to eradicate polio—a potentially debilitating or deadly disease—in the wild across most of the globe.
Critics attacked a year-old erroneous claim on vaccine effectiveness by the president after he tested positive on Thursday.
He said he plans to consult experts and maintain a healthy lifestyle during the experiment.
Men who have sex with men should be prioritized in the monkeypox vaccine rollout, according to experts.
The U.S. government expects to have nearly 7 million monkeypox vaccines by mid-2023—for now, only a fraction of that has been distributed.
BA.5 continues to be the dominant variant in the U.S. and is believed to have increased transmissibility over earlier Omicron types.
Medical care in a post-Roe world includes tense legal discussions and tortured delays that are not in the best interests of patients.
Young adults taking a dose 50 times the recommended daily allowance reported feeling less anxious and depressed after a month.
An emergency committee will meet on Thursday to discuss how to deal with monkeypox, which continues to spread in countries worldwide.
Scientists have discovered a protein released in the early stages of the disease when tumors are most curable.
Ross Durkin drove 300 miles from Cornwall to London after Alison waited for hours outside a local hospital in pain.
Around 20 percent of those who survive a ruptured brain aneurysm are left with a long-term disability, a specialist told Newsweek.
Maria Barry from the U.K. was diagnosed with rare bile duct cancer after going to the doctor for dry, itchy hands.
Researchers investigated germ growth within different types of mask and found some could remain after masks are removed.
A one-jab self-boosting vaccine that can give many doses at different times is being developed by scientists.
Researchers at the University of Michigan found reading in poor light and blue light from screens impact children's vision.
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