Ye said "there's more Black babies being aborted than born in New York City," but those numbers might not tell the whole story, Newsweek Fact Check found.
The Halloween decorations feature a gravestone with a drawing of the coronavirus particle.
More than 400 people from the Fordham University community, including students, parents and alumni, signed a letter opposing the second booster mandate.
The precise cause of Breast Implant Illness (BII) remains unknown and symptoms may include joint and muscle pain, anxiety, and depression.
"Higher optimism is linked with lower inflammation, healthier lipid levels, and higher antioxidants," professor Eric Kim told Newsweek.
"The view of The Satanic Temple is that a fetus is a part of a woman's body," attorney James Mac Naughton told Newsweek.
Dermatologist Dr. Fatima Fahs told Newsweek that "they can be a sign of more dangerous health conditions like anemia or low iron."
"[The key is] being aware of what you are seeing, what you are smelling, what you are hearing, what you are touching." Yasuhiro Kotera told Newsweek.
The Republican senator addressed the model's recent confession that a miscarriage she suffered years ago was really a medically induced abortion.
About 11 percent of U.S. men and 6 percent of women have had a kidney stone at some point in their life.
Chickenpox virus can be reactivated by stress, causing shingles.
Nurses across the U.S. report having their pay cut up to 70% after they relocate for work. Now some are trying to fight back via class actions.
"Your pores are your pores, they don't open and close like windows," dermatologist Fatima Fahs told Newsweek.
Type 2 diabetes was assumed to have a greater effect on men's health.
Scientists say their findings can help governments set targets and invest in policies that encourage people to consume healthier food.
The findings may ultimately lead to the development of therapies that prevent, or even cure, diabetes.
Some patients trying to quit anti-depressant drugs experience withdrawal effects that linger for months, even years. Newsweek spoke with a leading researcher about how to avoid them.