"Really, UPMC Altoona? Really? That's a threat. That's not even a veiled threat—that's an outright threat," a nurse advocate said in a viral TikTok.
DEA Administrator Anne Milgram said that fentanyl overdose victims often "didn't know they were taking the deadliest drug our country has ever seen."
The mom was planning to pump before her five-hour flight, she said, but was stopped by two male TSA agents.
"I've been able to buy a pregnancy test with no problem my entire life. There's no reason they need that information," the buyer said.
The teen's mother is now advocating for clearer labeling on aerosol cans and more education about inhalants in schools.
Scientists in Tennessee have said they are working on what could be the first-ever drug to treat radiation sickness.
The California-based researchers said the SARS-CoV-2 appears to "back-boost antibodies to seasonal coronavirus spike proteins."
"I was in disbelief and shock," Helaina Hillyard, 20, said after being diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
The survey results indicate American perceptions of Asian Americans in the U.S. "are worsening," LAAUNCH said in a tweet.
Experts say the virus may have contributed to the death of David Bennett Sr., who died two months after the groundbreaking surgery in Maryland.
The OBGYN's story hit home with a few viewers who could relate to the woman's rare experience.
Newsweek looked at Google search data for female sterilization methods after Politico reported that Roe v. Wade could be overturned.
COVID-19 vaccines are safe for the vast majority of people. That's small consolation for the few who fall between the cracks.
According to reports, 15 states are expected to continue to protect abortion rights if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v Wade.
The battle to preserve access to abortion is increasingly moving online as advocates look to the provision of abortion pills.
"I have stolen them all from the tables in an act of feminist rebellion," Jaclyn Siegel said on Twitter.
The CDC announced that the one case does not change the human risk assessment for the general public, which is "low" at this time.
Surgeons at Southmead Hospital in Bristol, England, are implementing a tiny deep brain stimulation (DBS) device into the skull.
A study that suggests anti-intellectualism has become part of the identity of many rural Americans and its author suggests how mistrust could be overcome.
Vaccination against COVID will continue in the country, but invitations will stop in mid-May.