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Bus Conductor Punished For Letting Pigeon Ride Bus For Free

Countries around the world have some strange laws. One on the books in India, however, has ruffled a few feathers...

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China Builds Subway Station In The Middle Of Nowhere

Nearly everyone has experienced driving in an unknown area and accidentally turning down a dead-end street. It sucks, but that...

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North Korea Threatens to Karate Chop Off Head Of South Koreaas Ex-President

Kim Jong-un isn’t messing around. The tiny tyrant continues missile testing, including firing an ICBM, and talking about using nuclear...

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Cow Born With Human-like Head Proclaimed A God

Everything happens for a reason. At least that is the stance of one animal sanctuary owner in India. When he...

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Indian Boy Grows Second Nose On Forehead

There is the old phrase, “Don’t cut off your nose to spite your face.” It means don’t make an overreaction...

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Is Havana Syndrome Real? Hereas What History Can Tell Us

No one has been able to say for sure whether Havana syndrome is a true condition. How does it compare to psychogenic illnesses of the past?

'The Other Pandemic': Antibiotic Resistance Growing Worldwide

More than 1.2 million deaths around the world in just 2019 alone: That's the grave estimate in the largest study to date looking at the growing public health challenge of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

'Artificial Pancreas' Can Help Kids With Type 1 Diabetes

New research suggests an "artificial pancreas" system may beat standard treatment in controlling the blood sugar disease in young children.

Ordering Groceries Online? Good Luck Finding Nutrition Info

A new study shows many websites make it hard to find nutrition information on products.

Study: Black Men Twice as Likely to Develop Prostate Cancer as Whites

A review of men seen at VA hospitals found that Black veterans had nearly twice the incidence of localized and advanced prostate cancer as white men.

U.S. Faces Wave of Omicron Deaths in Coming Weeks, Forecasts Say

COVID-19 deaths from the Omicron variant are climbing and will likely increase quickly in the upcoming weeks, according to new forecasts.

Nearly Half of Americans Gained Weight in Pandemic's First Year

A new study shows nearly half of U.S. adults piled on excess pounds during the first year of the pandemic, making a national obesity crisis even worse.

Heart Function Rebounds for Kids With COVID-Linked MIS-C

A new study has good news for parents: Children tend to recover completely from any heart injury within three months of falling ill.

Feds' Website for Free At-Home COVID Tests Launches Day Early

Today, the Biden administration launched a website that allows users to order free COVID-19 rapid tests that will be shipped directly to their homes.

Study Finds Genetic Factor for COVID Smell and Taste Loss

A genetic risk factor could explain why some people lose their senses of smell and taste when they get infected with COVID-19, according to a new study published in the journal Nature Genetics.

Electrocuted by 11,000 Volts, Now an Amputee a| and an MD

Bruce "BJ" Miller was 19 when he lost both legs and one arm. After a grueling rehab, he went back to college and eventually medical school.

Why Your COVID Test Results Take That Long

Promised turnaround times of 24 to 48 hours are stretching to several days, as people wonder if they should isolate or carry on with their regular schedule.

Masks Cut Distance Coronavirus Travels in Half

More evidence for wearing masks -- researchers find face masks cut the distance that airborne pathogens can travel by more than half.

Supreme Court Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate for Businesses

But the justices voted 5-4 to allow a similar mandate for health care workers remain in place while lawsuits against it move through the courts.

More Folks Drive High When Pot Made Legal

New research finds that along with the legalization of marijuana, more people are driving intoxicated leading to more crashes.

Biden: More Masks, COVID Tests, and Troops to Battle Omicron

The president announced three strategies to protect Americans during the Omicron surge.

Why Getting COVID on Purpose Is a Dangerous Idea

There's a lot of chatter out there asking, aIf we're all going to get COVID, why not just get it over with now?a There are a couple of problems with this argument, experts say.

Teens On Social Media Too Much? What Experts Want You to Know

While there are positive aspects to social media, there's evidence it can pose risks to teens' mental health.

CDC to Recommend You Wear Better Masks as Omicron Spreads

Meanwhile, WHO officials stressed that global vaccine distribution is first priority in defeating the highly-contagious Omicron variant, as well as other variants that may evolve.

HPV Vaccine Could Shift Rates of Non-Cervical Cancers

The impressive data on how HPV vaccination has cut cervical cancer rates tells only part of the story of how many other lives could be transformed.

How to Make Sense of Omicron and Changing COVID Protocols

Infectious disease experts share practical advice on navigating all the guidance at this point in the COVID-19 pandemic.

Biden Administration to Provide 10 Million More Tests Per Month to Schools

The Biden administration announced on Wednesday that 10 million more COVID-19 tests will go to schools each month in an effort to reduce the spread of the virus and keep in-person classes going.

Betty Whiteas Cause of Death Was a Stroke

Actress Betty White died from a stroke she had six days before her Dec. 31 death at her home in Los Angeles, the Associated Press reported, citing her death certificate. She was 99.

Red Cross Declares National Blood Crisis

The Red Cross has declared a national blood crisis and is encouraging the public to donate, saying historically low blood supplies are causing some hospitals to change treatments and cancel surgeries.

From aGo Bagsa to Evacuation Routes, Prepare for a Disaster

The unfortunate reality is that natural disasters strike year round and often. Hereas how to ensure your family is ready.

Will Smithas Personal Trainer on Getting in the Best Shape of Your Life

Will Smithas Personal Trainer Aaron Ferguson shares how to get in the best shape of your life as you start off the new year.

Swab Nose, Throat, or Both for COVID-19 Rapid Tests?

Rapid antigen tests for COVID-19 come with instructions to swab the nose only. Would adding a throat sample boost the accuracy?

More Olive Oil May Bring Longer Life

People who consume more than 1/2 a tablespoon of olive oil a day are less likely to die from heart disease, cancer, neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's or lung disease.

Nonprofit Addresses Health Equity by Providing Safer Surgeries

Smile Train is addressing cleft palate around the world and trying to ensure no oneas circumstances limit their health outcomes.

Heart of Genetically Modified Pig Transplanted Into Man

The heart of a genetically modified pig has been transplanted into a 57-year-old man who had end-stage heart disease.

Meat Company Recalls 28,000 Pounds of Ground Beef

A meat company is recalling 28,356 pounds of ground beef that may be contaminated with an E. coli strain known as O157:H7.

At-Home COVID Tests: Rare as Gems and Almost as Expensive

Thanks to the Omicron surge, finding a rapid at-home test can feel like striking gold under a four-leaf clover at the end of the rainbow.

Want to Avoid Glaucoma? What You Eat May Help

Research has found a link between kale and spinach consumption and a reduced risk of glaucoma. Learn more details.

Many Doctors Uninformed on Rights of Disabled Patients

Thirty-six percent of doctors surveyed knew little or nothing about their legal requirements for patients with disabilities.

Supreme Court May Back COVID Vaccine Mandate for Health Workers

The court does not seem as convinced that the federal government can require private businesses with more than 100 employees to vaccinate or test workers.

Medicare Seeks to Cut Drug Costs for People in Part D Plans

The federal government wants to challenge insurers to deliver better service for their Medicare customers, including maintaining adequate networks of doctors for new or expanded Advantage plans.

Hospitals Are Rationing COVID Pills, Infusions as Cases Rise

To deal with supply shortages, health care providers are developing algorithms to determine who gets treatment.

COVID-19 Vaccination Has Little Impact on Menstrual Cycle

Cycles lengthened by less than a day, duration of periods unchanged.

New MRI Technique Might Help Spot MS Sooner

The technique detects biochemical changes in the brains of people with MS early in their disease.

Beyond Chicken? KFC to Serve Up Plant-Based Meals

Beyond Fried Chicken was developed by Beyond Meat exclusively for Kentucky Fried Chicken.

Omicron Is Here: 5 Ways Parents Can Help Their Kids

With the arrival of the Omicron variant, these are not easy days for parents, for kids, or for anyone who is trying to figure out whatas best when it comes to the very simple act of attending school.

Is It Time to Rethink End-of-Life Decisions and Care?

Prominent researchers say the nationwide effort to get people to spell out how they want to be treated as they die is not improving patientsa care.

The Psychology of New Yearas Resolutions

Make aem and break aem: It doesnat have to be that way! Find out what helps you set New Yearas resolutions you can stick with.

CDC Approves Use of Pfizer COVID Boosters for Ages 12-15

The 13-1 vote follows FDA approval for a booster dose in that age group on Monday. The committee backed a ashoulda rather than a amaya recommendation for ages 12-15 and for ages 16-17 as well.

Deaths Linked to High Blood Pressure in Pregnancy Are Soaring

A new study warns the number of American women with chronic high blood pressure who are dying during and after pregnancy is up sharply.

Pediatric COVID Cases, Hospital Admissions Higher Than Ever

Weekly COVID-19 cases in children have passed 300,000 for the first time since the pandemic started, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Childrenas Hospital Association.

CDC Defends New COVID Guidance as Doctors Raise Concerns

Health officials recently shortened the recommended COVID-19 isolation and quarantine period from 10 days to 5, creating confusion amid an outbreak of the highly transmissible Omicron variant, which now accounts for 95% of cases in the U.S.

Insulin Isn't the Only Blood Sugar Regulator

Researchers have discovered a second hormone that could be a new target for treating diabetes.

Biologics for RA: Connecting With Others

Rheumatoid arthritis support groups are great for tips and comfort, but not medical advice. Learn how to get support when you take a biologic for RA.

Can Marijuana Help With Your COPD?

Studies show marijuana can open up your airways. But can inhaling cannabis help or hurt a smoking-related lung condition like COPD?

Is Havana Syndrome Real? Hereas What History Can Tell Us

No one has been able to say for sure whether Havana syndrome is a true condition. How does it compare to psychogenic illnesses of the past?

'The Other Pandemic': Antibiotic Resistance Growing Worldwide

More than 1.2 million deaths around the world in just 2019 alone: That's the grave estimate in the largest study to date looking at the growing public health challenge of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

'Artificial Pancreas' Can Help Kids With Type 1 Diabetes

New research suggests an "artificial pancreas" system may beat standard treatment in controlling the blood sugar disease in young children.

Ordering Groceries Online? Good Luck Finding Nutrition Info

A new study shows many websites make it hard to find nutrition information on products.

Study: Black Men Twice as Likely to Develop Prostate Cancer as Whites

A review of men seen at VA hospitals found that Black veterans had nearly twice the incidence of localized and advanced prostate cancer as white men.

U.S. Faces Wave of Omicron Deaths in Coming Weeks, Forecasts Say

COVID-19 deaths from the Omicron variant are climbing and will likely increase quickly in the upcoming weeks, according to new forecasts.

Nearly Half of Americans Gained Weight in Pandemic's First Year

A new study shows nearly half of U.S. adults piled on excess pounds during the first year of the pandemic, making a national obesity crisis even worse.

Heart Function Rebounds for Kids With COVID-Linked MIS-C

A new study has good news for parents: Children tend to recover completely from any heart injury within three months of falling ill.

Feds' Website for Free At-Home COVID Tests Launches Day Early

Today, the Biden administration launched a website that allows users to order free COVID-19 rapid tests that will be shipped directly to their homes.

Study Finds Genetic Factor for COVID Smell and Taste Loss

A genetic risk factor could explain why some people lose their senses of smell and taste when they get infected with COVID-19, according to a new study published in the journal Nature Genetics.

Electrocuted by 11,000 Volts, Now an Amputee a| and an MD

Bruce "BJ" Miller was 19 when he lost both legs and one arm. After a grueling rehab, he went back to college and eventually medical school.

Why Your COVID Test Results Take That Long

Promised turnaround times of 24 to 48 hours are stretching to several days, as people wonder if they should isolate or carry on with their regular schedule.

Masks Cut Distance Coronavirus Travels in Half

More evidence for wearing masks -- researchers find face masks cut the distance that airborne pathogens can travel by more than half.

Supreme Court Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate for Businesses

But the justices voted 5-4 to allow a similar mandate for health care workers remain in place while lawsuits against it move through the courts.

More Folks Drive High When Pot Made Legal

New research finds that along with the legalization of marijuana, more people are driving intoxicated leading to more crashes.

Biden: More Masks, COVID Tests, and Troops to Battle Omicron

The president announced three strategies to protect Americans during the Omicron surge.

Why Getting COVID on Purpose Is a Dangerous Idea

There's a lot of chatter out there asking, aIf we're all going to get COVID, why not just get it over with now?a There are a couple of problems with this argument, experts say.

Teens On Social Media Too Much? What Experts Want You to Know

While there are positive aspects to social media, there's evidence it can pose risks to teens' mental health.

CDC to Recommend You Wear Better Masks as Omicron Spreads

Meanwhile, WHO officials stressed that global vaccine distribution is first priority in defeating the highly-contagious Omicron variant, as well as other variants that may evolve.

HPV Vaccine Could Shift Rates of Non-Cervical Cancers

The impressive data on how HPV vaccination has cut cervical cancer rates tells only part of the story of how many other lives could be transformed.

How to Make Sense of Omicron and Changing COVID Protocols

Infectious disease experts share practical advice on navigating all the guidance at this point in the COVID-19 pandemic.

Biden Administration to Provide 10 Million More Tests Per Month to Schools

The Biden administration announced on Wednesday that 10 million more COVID-19 tests will go to schools each month in an effort to reduce the spread of the virus and keep in-person classes going.

Betty Whiteas Cause of Death Was a Stroke

Actress Betty White died from a stroke she had six days before her Dec. 31 death at her home in Los Angeles, the Associated Press reported, citing her death certificate. She was 99.

Red Cross Declares National Blood Crisis

The Red Cross has declared a national blood crisis and is encouraging the public to donate, saying historically low blood supplies are causing some hospitals to change treatments and cancel surgeries.

From aGo Bagsa to Evacuation Routes, Prepare for a Disaster

The unfortunate reality is that natural disasters strike year round and often. Hereas how to ensure your family is ready.

Will Smithas Personal Trainer on Getting in the Best Shape of Your Life

Will Smithas Personal Trainer Aaron Ferguson shares how to get in the best shape of your life as you start off the new year.

Swab Nose, Throat, or Both for COVID-19 Rapid Tests?

Rapid antigen tests for COVID-19 come with instructions to swab the nose only. Would adding a throat sample boost the accuracy?

More Olive Oil May Bring Longer Life

People who consume more than 1/2 a tablespoon of olive oil a day are less likely to die from heart disease, cancer, neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's or lung disease.

Nonprofit Addresses Health Equity by Providing Safer Surgeries

Smile Train is addressing cleft palate around the world and trying to ensure no oneas circumstances limit their health outcomes.

Heart of Genetically Modified Pig Transplanted Into Man

The heart of a genetically modified pig has been transplanted into a 57-year-old man who had end-stage heart disease.

Meat Company Recalls 28,000 Pounds of Ground Beef

A meat company is recalling 28,356 pounds of ground beef that may be contaminated with an E. coli strain known as O157:H7.

At-Home COVID Tests: Rare as Gems and Almost as Expensive

Thanks to the Omicron surge, finding a rapid at-home test can feel like striking gold under a four-leaf clover at the end of the rainbow.

Want to Avoid Glaucoma? What You Eat May Help

Research has found a link between kale and spinach consumption and a reduced risk of glaucoma. Learn more details.

Many Doctors Uninformed on Rights of Disabled Patients

Thirty-six percent of doctors surveyed knew little or nothing about their legal requirements for patients with disabilities.

Supreme Court May Back COVID Vaccine Mandate for Health Workers

The court does not seem as convinced that the federal government can require private businesses with more than 100 employees to vaccinate or test workers.

Medicare Seeks to Cut Drug Costs for People in Part D Plans

The federal government wants to challenge insurers to deliver better service for their Medicare customers, including maintaining adequate networks of doctors for new or expanded Advantage plans.

Hospitals Are Rationing COVID Pills, Infusions as Cases Rise

To deal with supply shortages, health care providers are developing algorithms to determine who gets treatment.

COVID-19 Vaccination Has Little Impact on Menstrual Cycle

Cycles lengthened by less than a day, duration of periods unchanged.

New MRI Technique Might Help Spot MS Sooner

The technique detects biochemical changes in the brains of people with MS early in their disease.

Beyond Chicken? KFC to Serve Up Plant-Based Meals

Beyond Fried Chicken was developed by Beyond Meat exclusively for Kentucky Fried Chicken.

Omicron Is Here: 5 Ways Parents Can Help Their Kids

With the arrival of the Omicron variant, these are not easy days for parents, for kids, or for anyone who is trying to figure out whatas best when it comes to the very simple act of attending school.

Is It Time to Rethink End-of-Life Decisions and Care?

Prominent researchers say the nationwide effort to get people to spell out how they want to be treated as they die is not improving patientsa care.

The Psychology of New Yearas Resolutions

Make aem and break aem: It doesnat have to be that way! Find out what helps you set New Yearas resolutions you can stick with.

CDC Approves Use of Pfizer COVID Boosters for Ages 12-15

The 13-1 vote follows FDA approval for a booster dose in that age group on Monday. The committee backed a ashoulda rather than a amaya recommendation for ages 12-15 and for ages 16-17 as well.

Deaths Linked to High Blood Pressure in Pregnancy Are Soaring

A new study warns the number of American women with chronic high blood pressure who are dying during and after pregnancy is up sharply.

Pediatric COVID Cases, Hospital Admissions Higher Than Ever

Weekly COVID-19 cases in children have passed 300,000 for the first time since the pandemic started, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Childrenas Hospital Association.

CDC Defends New COVID Guidance as Doctors Raise Concerns

Health officials recently shortened the recommended COVID-19 isolation and quarantine period from 10 days to 5, creating confusion amid an outbreak of the highly transmissible Omicron variant, which now accounts for 95% of cases in the U.S.

Insulin Isn't the Only Blood Sugar Regulator

Researchers have discovered a second hormone that could be a new target for treating diabetes.

Biologics for RA: Connecting With Others

Rheumatoid arthritis support groups are great for tips and comfort, but not medical advice. Learn how to get support when you take a biologic for RA.

Can Marijuana Help With Your COPD?

Studies show marijuana can open up your airways. But can inhaling cannabis help or hurt a smoking-related lung condition like COPD?

Is Havana Syndrome Real? Hereas What History Can Tell Us

No one has been able to say for sure whether Havana syndrome is a true condition. How does it compare to psychogenic illnesses of the past?

'The Other Pandemic': Antibiotic Resistance Growing Worldwide

More than 1.2 million deaths around the world in just 2019 alone: That's the grave estimate in the largest study to date looking at the growing public health challenge of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

'Artificial Pancreas' Can Help Kids With Type 1 Diabetes

New research suggests an "artificial pancreas" system may beat standard treatment in controlling the blood sugar disease in young children.

Ordering Groceries Online? Good Luck Finding Nutrition Info

A new study shows many websites make it hard to find nutrition information on products.

Study: Black Men Twice as Likely to Develop Prostate Cancer as Whites

A review of men seen at VA hospitals found that Black veterans had nearly twice the incidence of localized and advanced prostate cancer as white men.

U.S. Faces Wave of Omicron Deaths in Coming Weeks, Forecasts Say

COVID-19 deaths from the Omicron variant are climbing and will likely increase quickly in the upcoming weeks, according to new forecasts.

Nearly Half of Americans Gained Weight in Pandemic's First Year

A new study shows nearly half of U.S. adults piled on excess pounds during the first year of the pandemic, making a national obesity crisis even worse.

Heart Function Rebounds for Kids With COVID-Linked MIS-C

A new study has good news for parents: Children tend to recover completely from any heart injury within three months of falling ill.

Feds' Website for Free At-Home COVID Tests Launches Day Early

Today, the Biden administration launched a website that allows users to order free COVID-19 rapid tests that will be shipped directly to their homes.

Study Finds Genetic Factor for COVID Smell and Taste Loss

A genetic risk factor could explain why some people lose their senses of smell and taste when they get infected with COVID-19, according to a new study published in the journal Nature Genetics.

Electrocuted by 11,000 Volts, Now an Amputee a| and an MD

Bruce "BJ" Miller was 19 when he lost both legs and one arm. After a grueling rehab, he went back to college and eventually medical school.

Why Your COVID Test Results Take That Long

Promised turnaround times of 24 to 48 hours are stretching to several days, as people wonder if they should isolate or carry on with their regular schedule.

Masks Cut Distance Coronavirus Travels in Half

More evidence for wearing masks -- researchers find face masks cut the distance that airborne pathogens can travel by more than half.

Supreme Court Blocks Biden Vaccine Mandate for Businesses

But the justices voted 5-4 to allow a similar mandate for health care workers remain in place while lawsuits against it move through the courts.

More Folks Drive High When Pot Made Legal

New research finds that along with the legalization of marijuana, more people are driving intoxicated leading to more crashes.

Biden: More Masks, COVID Tests, and Troops to Battle Omicron

The president announced three strategies to protect Americans during the Omicron surge.

Why Getting COVID on Purpose Is a Dangerous Idea

There's a lot of chatter out there asking, aIf we're all going to get COVID, why not just get it over with now?a There are a couple of problems with this argument, experts say.

Teens On Social Media Too Much? What Experts Want You to Know

While there are positive aspects to social media, there's evidence it can pose risks to teens' mental health.

CDC to Recommend You Wear Better Masks as Omicron Spreads

Meanwhile, WHO officials stressed that global vaccine distribution is first priority in defeating the highly-contagious Omicron variant, as well as other variants that may evolve.

HPV Vaccine Could Shift Rates of Non-Cervical Cancers

The impressive data on how HPV vaccination has cut cervical cancer rates tells only part of the story of how many other lives could be transformed.

How to Make Sense of Omicron and Changing COVID Protocols

Infectious disease experts share practical advice on navigating all the guidance at this point in the COVID-19 pandemic.

Biden Administration to Provide 10 Million More Tests Per Month to Schools

The Biden administration announced on Wednesday that 10 million more COVID-19 tests will go to schools each month in an effort to reduce the spread of the virus and keep in-person classes going.

Betty Whiteas Cause of Death Was a Stroke

Actress Betty White died from a stroke she had six days before her Dec. 31 death at her home in Los Angeles, the Associated Press reported, citing her death certificate. She was 99.

Red Cross Declares National Blood Crisis

The Red Cross has declared a national blood crisis and is encouraging the public to donate, saying historically low blood supplies are causing some hospitals to change treatments and cancel surgeries.

From aGo Bagsa to Evacuation Routes, Prepare for a Disaster

The unfortunate reality is that natural disasters strike year round and often. Hereas how to ensure your family is ready.

Will Smithas Personal Trainer on Getting in the Best Shape of Your Life

Will Smithas Personal Trainer Aaron Ferguson shares how to get in the best shape of your life as you start off the new year.

Swab Nose, Throat, or Both for COVID-19 Rapid Tests?

Rapid antigen tests for COVID-19 come with instructions to swab the nose only. Would adding a throat sample boost the accuracy?

More Olive Oil May Bring Longer Life

People who consume more than 1/2 a tablespoon of olive oil a day are less likely to die from heart disease, cancer, neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's or lung disease.

Nonprofit Addresses Health Equity by Providing Safer Surgeries

Smile Train is addressing cleft palate around the world and trying to ensure no oneas circumstances limit their health outcomes.

Heart of Genetically Modified Pig Transplanted Into Man

The heart of a genetically modified pig has been transplanted into a 57-year-old man who had end-stage heart disease.

Meat Company Recalls 28,000 Pounds of Ground Beef

A meat company is recalling 28,356 pounds of ground beef that may be contaminated with an E. coli strain known as O157:H7.

At-Home COVID Tests: Rare as Gems and Almost as Expensive

Thanks to the Omicron surge, finding a rapid at-home test can feel like striking gold under a four-leaf clover at the end of the rainbow.

Want to Avoid Glaucoma? What You Eat May Help

Research has found a link between kale and spinach consumption and a reduced risk of glaucoma. Learn more details.

Many Doctors Uninformed on Rights of Disabled Patients

Thirty-six percent of doctors surveyed knew little or nothing about their legal requirements for patients with disabilities.

Supreme Court May Back COVID Vaccine Mandate for Health Workers

The court does not seem as convinced that the federal government can require private businesses with more than 100 employees to vaccinate or test workers.

Medicare Seeks to Cut Drug Costs for People in Part D Plans

The federal government wants to challenge insurers to deliver better service for their Medicare customers, including maintaining adequate networks of doctors for new or expanded Advantage plans.

Hospitals Are Rationing COVID Pills, Infusions as Cases Rise

To deal with supply shortages, health care providers are developing algorithms to determine who gets treatment.

COVID-19 Vaccination Has Little Impact on Menstrual Cycle

Cycles lengthened by less than a day, duration of periods unchanged.

New MRI Technique Might Help Spot MS Sooner

The technique detects biochemical changes in the brains of people with MS early in their disease.

Beyond Chicken? KFC to Serve Up Plant-Based Meals

Beyond Fried Chicken was developed by Beyond Meat exclusively for Kentucky Fried Chicken.

Omicron Is Here: 5 Ways Parents Can Help Their Kids

With the arrival of the Omicron variant, these are not easy days for parents, for kids, or for anyone who is trying to figure out whatas best when it comes to the very simple act of attending school.

Is It Time to Rethink End-of-Life Decisions and Care?

Prominent researchers say the nationwide effort to get people to spell out how they want to be treated as they die is not improving patientsa care.

The Psychology of New Yearas Resolutions

Make aem and break aem: It doesnat have to be that way! Find out what helps you set New Yearas resolutions you can stick with.

CDC Approves Use of Pfizer COVID Boosters for Ages 12-15

The 13-1 vote follows FDA approval for a booster dose in that age group on Monday. The committee backed a ashoulda rather than a amaya recommendation for ages 12-15 and for ages 16-17 as well.

Deaths Linked to High Blood Pressure in Pregnancy Are Soaring

A new study warns the number of American women with chronic high blood pressure who are dying during and after pregnancy is up sharply.

Pediatric COVID Cases, Hospital Admissions Higher Than Ever

Weekly COVID-19 cases in children have passed 300,000 for the first time since the pandemic started, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Childrenas Hospital Association.

CDC Defends New COVID Guidance as Doctors Raise Concerns

Health officials recently shortened the recommended COVID-19 isolation and quarantine period from 10 days to 5, creating confusion amid an outbreak of the highly transmissible Omicron variant, which now accounts for 95% of cases in the U.S.

Insulin Isn't the Only Blood Sugar Regulator

Researchers have discovered a second hormone that could be a new target for treating diabetes.

Biologics for RA: Connecting With Others

Rheumatoid arthritis support groups are great for tips and comfort, but not medical advice. Learn how to get support when you take a biologic for RA.

Can Marijuana Help With Your COPD?

Studies show marijuana can open up your airways. But can inhaling cannabis help or hurt a smoking-related lung condition like COPD?

US Special Operations dropped a 2,000 pound bomb on Syria's largest dam in 2017 despite the fact it was on a 'no-strike' list: NYT

The US was blamed by ISIS, Russia, and the Syrian government for the strike, which then-Lt. Gen. Stephen J. Townsend said was "crazy reporting."

Cathay Pacific crew members spent 73,000 days — equivalent to 200 years — in COVID-19 quarantine in 2021

Hong Kong's strict COVID-19 rules mean airline crew spend long periods in quarantine, including the spartan government-run Penny's Bay center.

One of the world's largest crypto exchanges foresees bitcoin entering a bear market this year

A new report from cryptocurrency exchange operator Huobi predicts that bitcoin could depreciate as markets react to the Fed dialing back on asset purchases.

Elon Musk's Neuralink is hiring a clinical trial director as it moves towards testing chip implants in humans

According to Neuralink's job ad, the clinical director will be working with the startup's first trial participants.

Former Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis claims the January 6 committee is subpoenaing her because they're 'mad' they can't 'date' her

Ellis was subpoenaed on Tuesday, along with former Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, and Boris Epshteyn.

Idaho officials are asking Mike Lindell to stop lying about their election results, and billed the pillow CEO for the $6,500 they spent refuting his voter fraud claims

Lindell told Insider he is not going to stop talking about the "crimes of the 2020 election," despite Idaho sending him a cease-and-desist letter.

Rudy Giuliani and other Trump campaign officials oversaw the fake pro-Trump elector scheme, CNN reports

An ex-campaign staffer claimed Giuliani, others oversaw the plot, saying, "the campaign was throwing enough shit at the wall to see what would stick."

Investigators believe 'very realistic possibility' South Dakota attorney general knew he hit and killed a man with his car. He's still running for reelection.

Jason Ravnsborg insists that he didn't see anything after the crash, but investigators found Boever's glasses inside of Ravnsborg's car.

A GOP congressional candidate in Texas said an anti-Trump post on his Facebook was a prank by his son to mock his support for Trump

"Better to be a Mexican, than to be a citizen of a country that elects Trump as President. Don't pay for the wall, arriba Mejico!" the post read.

Peloton CEO John Foley denies a production halt on bikes and treadmills in memo to entire company

Peloton CEO and founder John Foley sent an email to all staff denying — contrary to press reports — that it was pausing production on new equipment.

A judge rejected an InfoWars host's effort to dismiss his charges in connection to the Capitol riot

Owen Shroyer was already banned from the US Capitol grounds on January 6, 2021, after he disrupted a 2019 Trump impeachment hearing.

iPhone speaker not working? 7 ways to troubleshoot

If your iPhone speaker is not working, there are some simple ways to troubleshoot possible problems.

The 7 best free cloud storage services for keeping your files secure online

Free cloud storage is abundant on the internet, with many companies offering free space just for signing up.

An employee died Wednesday at Tesla's factory hub in Fremont, California

The name and cause of death of the deceased employee has not yet been released. Cal-Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating.

Meet the secretive Greek military unit that NATO Special Operations HQ just rated as 'combat ready' and 'exceptional'

The ETA, the Greek army's tier-one special-operations unit, earned top marks from NATO's Special Operations Forces Headquarters in December.

Mitch McConnell said Black people show up to vote just as much as 'Americans' after the voting rights bill failed in the Senate

"McConnell's comments suggesting African Americans aren't fully American wasn't a Freudian slip — it was a dog whistle," Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta said.

An Oath Keeper charged with seditious conspiracy connected to January 6 will remain behind bars before trial

"This is not an individual staying at home yelling at his television screen," a prosecutor said of Edward Vallejo, adding that he poses a "danger" to the US.

Justice Sonia Sotomayor blasts Supreme Court's handling of Texas abortion case as a 'disaster for the rule of law and a grave disservice to women'

"The Court may look the other way, but I cannot," Sotomayor wrote in a dissent joined by liberal Justices Stephen Breyer and Elena Kagan.

Belarusian officials accused of air piracy over forced landing of jet that led to dissident journalist's arrest: US prosecutor

A prominent opposition journalist was detained after the Ryanair flight traveling to Lithuania from Greece, was told to land in Minsk in May 2021.

29 gifts for music lovers that'll hit all the right notes, from guitar ornaments to vinyl subscriptions

If they love music, you'll want to gift them something that reflects their passion. These gifts are perfect for musicians and music fans alike.

'Call of Duty' won't leave PlayStation after the Microsoft-Activision deal closes, Xbox head confirms

Don't worry, PlayStation gamers: It sounds like Xbox isn't pulling "Call of Duty" from your console anytime soon.

70 of the best gifts for dads, from personalized football jerseys to hot sauce sampler packs

We've rounded up a huge selection of gift ideas for Dad, no matter if he's into personalized football jerseys, the perfect steak, or a pair of boots.

Apartment dwellers say they've had a hard time registering to get their 4 free at-home COVID-19 tests. Here's what to do about it.

Here are troubleshooting tips to try based on the error message you're seeing when you try to order free at-home COVID-19 tests on the USPS website.

'Ozark' returns for its final season on January 21 — here's how to watch the critically acclaimed crime drama

The long-awaited fourth season of "Ozark" will be broken up into two parts. You can watch the first seven episodes on January 21.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams says his first paycheck on Friday will be converted to bitcoin and ether via Coinbase

The move fulfills a pledge Adams made in November when he said he'll take his first three paychecks in bitcoin as he transforms NYC into a crypto hub.

NYC Mayor Eric Adams will convert his first paycheck into Bitcoin and Ether

With the price of both Bitcoin and Ether dipping recently, the mayor could stand to profit from a potential sale of either coin down the line.

Dozens of Democrats call out Biden over drone strikes that kill civilians: 'We cannot accept a continuation of the status quo'

Democrats said an August 29 drone strike that killed 10 civilians in Kabul was "emblematic" of a "systemic failure that has persisted across decades."

Legendary investor Jeremy Grantham predicts S&P 500 will crash 50% after 4th US 'superbubble' in the past century pops

When the "superbubble" bursts, the legendary investor predicts a total wealth loss of $35 trillion in the US alone.

The 5 best robot vacuums we tested in 2022

We tested 30 vacs to determine which robot vacuums work best for carpet, hardwood, pets, and more. Here are the best robot vacuums in 2022.

US stocks give up gains as Dow notches 5-day losing streak and tech continues to weaken under rates pressure

The Dow Jones fell more than 300 points after being up more than 400 points earlier in the day, cementing a 5-day losing streak for the index.

This one map shows what union membership looks like in the US

Even with union approval at a high, and strikes all over the country, the average union membership rate is 10.3%. In South Carolina, it's just 1.7%.

The US Navy's 2nd-oldest commissioned ship has been held hostage by North Korea for 54 years

A half-century after it was captured, USS Pueblo is still in North Korea, held as an exhibit it in the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum.

Fed punts on the creation of a digital dollar in long-awaited report on central bank cryptocurrencies

The Fed said the report wasn't intended to indicate "any imminent decisions about the appropriateness of issuing a U.S. CBDC."

Jeremy Grantham says these are the only 2 asset classes that will generate a positive return in the next 7 years

The storied investor said the US stock market could crash as much as 45% from current levels, with the S&P 500 dropping to around 2,500.

The student-loan payment pause is 'troubling' and could lead to the 'massive mistake' of broad debt forgiveness, a top House Republican says

Rep. Virginia Foxx, the top Republican on education, said Biden "has had a year to come up with a plan" to resume student-loan payments.

Rep. Lauren Boebert reportedly asked an Orthodox Jewish group if they were doing 'reconnaissance' at the Capitol

"I'm too short to see anyone's yarmulkes," said Boebert. Her office said that she was actually trying to make a joking reference to January 6.

85 thoughtful gifts under $100 for everyone in your life

From a personalized photo book to a sunrise alarm clock, here are 85 gift ideas under $100 for every type of person on your gift list.

Kayleigh McEnany thanked Fox News host Sean Hannity for his 'playbook' on how to talk to Trump the day after the Capitol riot, according to newly disclosed texts

Hannity told Trump's then-press secretary to emphasize "impeachment and 25th amendment are real, and many people may quit."

Time is running out for Biden's Justice Department to prosecute Trump for 10 possible crimes detailed in the Mueller report

The five-year statute of limitations will soon pass for the Justice Department to charge Trump over criminal conduct that Robert Mueller investigated.

The 18 best movies on Hulu that you can stream right now, from 'Nomadland' to 'Deadpool'

We picked some of the best movies you can watch on Hulu right now, from dramas and comedies to family films and documentaries.

49 best gifts for your boss that are thoughtful and appropriate, from a nod to "The Office" to a custom pet portrait

From desk accessories and food deliveries to adult coloring books, these gifts will make your boss feel appreciated.

Trump insists his phone call with Georgia's secretary of state was 'perfect' after Fulton County DA requests a special grand jury in criminal probe

Trump claimed he "didn't say anything wrong in the call" and that it was made while he was "President on behalf of the United States of America."

Why you'll soon be able to stream 'Nightmare Alley' on both HBO Max and Hulu

Guillermo del Toro's "Nightmare Alley" will be available to stream on both HBO Max and Hulu on February 1.

Bernie Sanders alumni are leading the effort to replace Kyrsten Sinema, and just got a boost from their old boss

Scattered among at least three different efforts to primary Sinema in Arizona are several notable Sanders supporters and campaign veterans.

Joe Manchin says negotiations on Biden's big bill will be 'starting from scratch' as Democrats scramble to save their economic agenda

A $1.8T Build Back Better compromise Manchin offered the White House in December is off the table. "We'll just start with a clean sheet of paper."

Producers on a Tom Cruise film set in space are planning to launch the world's first movie studio connected to the International Space Station

The studio will reportedly be able to support production for film, television, music, and sports in space when it launches in December 2024.

How the buzz for HBO Max's first DC spinoff 'Peacemaker' compares to Disney+ Marvel shows

The audience for DC content is a fraction of the audience for Marvel content, but "Peacemaker" still held its own compared to "Hawkeye."

Omicron is a 'different beast' in kids, but it doesn't seem more dangerous, disease experts say

The United States recorded nearly 1 million child COVID-19 cases last week — its highest weekly count since the pandemic started.

5 ways to troubleshoot if your laptop touchpad is not working

If you find the touchpad on your Mac or Windows laptop isn't working, there are a few ways you can fix it.

Peloton drops 25% to trade below its IPO price after report says company will halt production of its bikes due to weak demand

"Morale is at an all-time low. The company is spinning out so fast," an anonymous Peloton employee told CNBC.

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