Wed, Mar 22, 2023
Latinos In The U.S.
Serious Public Health Alert: Drug-Resistant Stomach Bug Spreading Across US
The highly contagious shigella bacterial infection attacks the intestines and causes inflammatory, sometimes bloody diarrhea.
Why PCOS Patients Often Acquire Weight Around Their Bellies
PCOS is a condition that affects women and can disrupt their cycle, cause infertility, and lead to excess amounts of facial and body hair.
'Zombie Drug': Skin-Rotting Drug 'Tranq' Is Causing Horror On US Streets
"Tranq Dope" is a mix of Fentanyl, the opioid that has decimated America's youth, and a veterinary drug called Xylazine. It rots people's skin.
Covid-19 Infection Provides Protection Equal To Vaccine: New Study
A previous Covid-19 infection provided at least the same level of protection as two doses of high-quality vaccines, according to a new study.
Spina Bifida: Brazilian Baby Born With 'Human Pseudo-Tail'
A baby girl in Brazil was born with a 6 cm-long tail, which was removed by doctors.
'Switch Off' Autism Symptoms Using $3 Epilepsy Drug: Scientists Discover
Researchers have made a ground-breaking discovery: an epilepsy medication that costs $3 a pill may be used to "switch off" the symptoms of autism in mice.
Major Rise In Teen Girls Mental Health: CDC
A new report from the CDC shows 57% of teenage girls feel persistently sad or hopeless. Their sadness rate is double that of teenage boys.
Pyongyang Declares 5-Day Lockdown Due To Increased Cases Of Unspecified Respiratory Illness
North Korean authorities ordered a five-day lockdown in Pyongyang due to rising cases of an unspecified respiratory illness.
Kids In Brazil Are Eliminating Dengue Fever By Breeding Mosquitoes
The children in Brazil are helping to combat dengue fever by breeding mosquitoes.
Cholera Numbers Increase In Haiti With Over 161 Deaths
The cholera outbreak in Haiti is getting worse with confirmed cases jumping to more than 700 and cholera-related deaths to about 161.
Study Finds Leprosy Bacterium Able To Help Regenerate Organs
A leprosy bacteria may hold the solution to people who are dealing with liver disease per a new study.
Woman With A Rare Eating Disorder Eats iPhone Charger
A woman with a rare eating disorder tried to eat a 3-feet-long iPhone charger cable.
Environment, Lifestyle Among Cause Of Cancer In Young People
The number of youths who are dealing with cancer continue to rise but a healthy lifestyle could help in helping them avoid the dreaded illness.
Vibrio Vulnificus Kills 20% Of People It Infects Within A Couple Of Days: CDC
Florida communities are facing threats from a flesh-eating bacteria called Vibrio vulnificus which lives in warm seawater and could be fatal once it enters one's body.
Judge Rules Against Religious Employers Providing HIV Meds To Employees
A federal judge in Texas ruled on Wednesday that religious employers did not have to provide employees with HIV and PrEP medication, claiming that it violates their religious rights.
New Cases Recorded In North Korea-China Border After Declaration Of Covid Victory
North Korea recorded four new fever cases Thursday in its border region two weeks after Kim Jong Un declared victory over the country’s Covid-19 pandemic.