This fake food is linked to heart attack and stroke, yet it’s on the table in nearly every diner

"Adults age 65 and older are more likely than younger people to suffer from cardiovascular disease, which is problems with the heart, blood vessels, or both." – National Institute on Aging "Diabetes is a chronic disease that's common among older adults, affecting an estimated 33% of people aged 65 and older." – National Council on Aging  "People with existing risk factors for heart disease, such as diabetes, were twice as likely to experience...

DNR says that hunters should test their deer before consumption

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) - According to the Wisconsin DNR, there are 62 counties in Wisconsin that have tested positive for CWD, including Eau Claire County. CWD is a contagious, fatal neurological disease that affects deer. The Wisconsin DNR showcases many ways that hunters can test their deer before consuming them. Since the first detection of chronic waste disease in 2002, the amount of detections have increased in the state of Wisconsin. But Jasmine Batten, DNR...

What Happens to Health Programs if the Federal Government Shuts Down?

KFF Health News – For the first time since 2019, congressional gridlock is poised to at least temporarily shut down big parts of the federal government — including many health programs. If it happens, some government functions would stop completely and some in part, while others wouldn’t be immediately affected — including Medicare, Medicaid, and health plans sold under the Affordable Care Act. But a shutdown could complicate the lives of everyone who interacts with...

States with the highest STD rates revealed: ‘Out of control’ epidemic

New data breakdown by US News & World Report revealing the 10 states with the highest STD rates

Toby Keith Offers Health Update at People’s Choice Country Awards After Cancer Diagnosis

"I'm doing a lot better than I was this time last year," says Keith, who accepted the Country Icon honor at the inaugural awards show.

House Republicans Introduce Bill To Ban Abortion Meds

The goal is to ban nationwide what bill supporters claim are "dangerous drugs." |

Mosquitoes Are a Growing Public Health Threat, Reversing Years of Progress

Mosquitoes Are a Growing Public Health Threat, Reversing Years of Progress |

Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California dies at age 90

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, a centrist Democrat who was elected to the Senate in 1992 in the "Year of the Woman" and broke gender barriers throughout her long career in local and national politics, has died. She was 90. Three people familiar with the situation confirmed her death to The Associated Press on Friday. Feinstein, the oldest sitting U.S. senator, was a passionate advocate for liberal priorities important to her state...

Never Again: Stand Up to Left’s Use of Covid to Shut Down America

AMERICAN GREATNESS – The Democrat Leftists and oligarchical elites are very capable people; it brings pain to admit it, but it’s true. In the midst of seeking the demise the 45th President and his legal team from 2020, they have managed to continue the fear factor that ushered in mail-in ballots and multiple week voting ensuring a myriad of unexplained discrepancies, ballots without a chain-of-custody, and the White House. While they are hell-bent on destroying anyone...

Mayo Clinic expert: Joint replacement surgery, arthritis are not inevitable

MAYO CLINIC NEWS NETWORK — Don't worry about your hips or knees as you age. Arthritis in those joints isn't inevitable. Keep doing the activities you enjoy. Those hopeful words come from Rafael Sierra, M.D., an orthopedic surgeon at Mayo Clinic specializing in hip and knee reconstruction. Dr. Sierra says there is no need to curtail your activities out of fear that you'll wear out those joints as you age and need joint replacement. However, certain...

Scientists develop gel from spider venom to boost erections

One of the key advantages of this treatment is its topical application, which can expedite approval processes thanks to lower risks of adverse effects.

CVS apologizes amid claims of unsafe workplace; pharmacists plan a second walkout today

USA TODAY – Less than a week after a walkout disrupted the nation’s largest retail pharmacy chain – and after a flurry of memos, meetings and a written apology from a company president – CVS pharmacists plan another walkout today over working conditions they say imperil patient safety. After shuttering as many as 22 stores in the Kansas City area last week, organizers had planned a repeat this week and asked other pharmacists across the...

Philips Kept Complaints About Dangerous Breathing Machines Secret While Company Profits Soared

PRO PUBLICA – The first complaints landed at the offices of Philips Respironics in 2010, soon after the company made a fateful decision to redesign its best selling breathing machines used in homes and hospitals around the world. To silence the irritating rattle that kept users awake at night, Philips packed the devices with an industrial foam — the same kind used in sofas and mattresses. It quickly became clear that something had gone terribly...

COVID vaccines linked to unexpected vaginal bleeding

A large cohort study measured how frequently women reported bleeding after receiving COVID-19 jabs.
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