In an original essay, Megan Donoghue tells Newsweek of her dog's long recovery following an incident.
Those infected range in age from 38 to 92 and include one pregnant woman who had a miscarriage after getting infected, according to the CDC.
When her husband told her he was planning to go and see his ex, her immediate response was: "What about me?"
"Shut your mouth and be a decent wife," one person said.
He plans on using the money to rent a condo near the beach and hire an in-house nurse so he can stay out of a hospice for as long as possible.
The former adult film star's prolonged social media silence amid her long-running health issues had sparked concern among her Instagram followers.
If you are not eating the fish's skin—or if the skin has been cooked—you're unlikely to get sick, said Dr. Anthony Ouellette.
The doctor said it was lucky that I went to the hospital—you only have 48 hours before you succumb.
In this original Newsweek essay, Anca L. Szilágyi writes about battling an infection doctors struggled to diagnose.
Loki was the second dog to arrive with meth poisoning at Silicon Valley's MedVet clinic in the span of just 48 hours.
Getting an animal out of the shelter and into a foster or adoptive home can be an effective disease management tool," Katherine Polak told Newsweek.
Ted's eye didn't look swollen, irritated or like it was protruding, it just looked different than it did before.
"I didn't want him to go on Google and read about this devastating disease, so I knew it was indeed time to tell him," explained the boy's mom.
He said while friends have called him a "simp" for letting it happen, he felt it was important to show "patience and grace" while his wife is unwell.
"He should have been comforting you and not the other way around," one Redditor said of the situation.
The former adult film actress has told fans that she is "focusing on healing" in long-running sickness struggle.
When we came back from vacation, I had message from my doctor saying she wanted to talk to me about the blood tests.
Mom was prone to "making dinner" out of raw meat and detergent, or putting flammable items in the oven.
The online rumor has left internet users terrified about a so-called "zombie outbreak" in China.
A pregnant mom-of-three and her baby died just two days apart after she caught COVID-19 and was transferred to an unsuitable ward to treat her illness, an inquest heard.
Chris Thurman has undergone nine surgeries after falling ill on a family trip. Doctors believe it was caused by eating oysters.
The wife explained that staying married could mean losing everything to her husband's medical debts and so was advised to get a divorce.
While two hospital guards beat the patient, he cried out that they were hurting him. One of them allegedly replied, "Good."
The worker claimed that another manager was allowed to work from home permanently after she broke her foot hitting a volleyball.
One person said it was "unbelievably selfish for a parent of a child who is known to have chickenpox to not advise others."
Scientists have been monitoring the ongoing outbreak since the spring, but with no known cause yet identified.
The bride called her a "selfish brat" and said she should have got "her permission" to cut her hair before the wedding.
Newsweek spoke with hikers who were planning to skip a section of the Pacific Crest Trail because of drinking water possibly contaminated with an algal bloom.