Stories about Health Care

Nov 02 2016

Flu shot clinics open in Saskatoon, Prince Albert

The city Health Department is reminding New Yorkers to get their flu shots now, before the flu season gets underway in earnest. The flu season usually peaks from January ...

Oct 29 2016

Dr. Rachel: Breast Health Awareness

He stripped from a suit to a pink tutu and tank top. They united at the Funny Bone Comedy Club to lift spirits and raise funds in the fight against breast cancer, as part...

Oct 28 2016

3 steps to breast cancer early detection

Did you know that you can get the results from a mammogram the same day as the exam? Being diagnosed with breast cancer made Singer feel isolated. The Bearden-Josey Cen...

Oct 27 2016

F/A-18C Hornet Marine fighter jet crashes, burns in Southern California

John P. Roberts, a Marine spokesman. The official report said the pilots' Kaneohe Marine Corps Base Hawaii squadron neglected to focus on basic aviation practices, leav...

Oct 26 2016

Most Asian Emerging Currencies Decline as China's Yuan Weakens

The yuan has declined in every session but one so far this month. Xu said the recent depreciation of the yuan is natural in light of the recent strengthening of the USA...

Oct 25 2016

AAP announces new safe sleep recommendations to protect against SIDS

They add that "the protective effect is observed even if the pacifier falls out of the infant's mouth". The American Academy of Pediatrics' (AAP) updated recommenda...

Oct 20 2016

Indian-American hotelier Vikram Chatwal accused of trying to burn 2 dogs

Police said the two dogs - Jack Russell terriers named Molly and Finnegan - were with a dog walker when Chatwal, 44, came up to them on the street about 11:30 a.m. Before...

Oct 19 2016

Duterte stresses friendship ahead of arrival in Beijing

It's been suggested that he might seek China's assurance that it will halt any more island-building plans in disputed areas. A Chinese businessman has financed a huge dru...

Oct 14 2016

Should N.J., Pa. allow voters to decide on legalizing marijuana?

According to a Pew Research Center survey , almost twice as many Americans favor marijuana legalization - 57 percent - than they did a decade ago. As it stands, more t...

Oct 14 2016

Frank Iero And The Patience Involved In Bus Crash

Police said preliminary indications are the van was stationary and in the process of being unloaded by three men. Frank and his band were due to play the Metro venue...

Oct 12 2016

Sprint Will Provide One Million Disadvantaged Students With Phones And Service

Moreover, the Federal Communications Commission's Broadband Task Force found that 70 percent of teachers assign their students homework that requires Internet access. The...

Oct 07 2016

Donald Trump say comments on women's appearances made for 'entertainment' purposes

Of course, Trump is running for office now, and it's for that reason that Snyder pressed him on his more recent transgressions. Trump also has a long, public hist...

Oct 05 2016

South African police fire stun grenades as students protest

Historically, the governing African National Congress (ANC) has promised free education, free housing, and free healthcare that won the party votes in the past. Zuma said...

Sep 27 2016

Multistate E. coli outbreak leads to meat recall

Hundreds of meat products with the suspected contamination were sold at farmer's markets, restaurants and food cooperatives in Connecticut, Massachusetts and eastern NY. ...

Sep 23 2016

Luck returns to Colts' practice but sticks to limited work

This isn't the first time Luck has dealt with a right shoulder problem. Even when Luck did play in 2015, he didn't look right, going 2-5 and throwing 15 touchdowns and 12...

Sep 23 2016

FDA Grants Accelerated Approval To Sarepta' Drug For Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

The rare genetic disorder, which is the most common for of muscular dystrophy , is known for its progressive muscle deterioration and weakness. Duchenne muscular dystrop...

Sep 22 2016

1 of 5 devices near train station explodes; no injuries

NEW YORK (AP) - Investigators of last weekend's bombings have released an image of two men who took a suitcase they found on a city street, possibly without realizing a w...

Sep 22 2016

Blue Bell recalls some ice cream distributed in the South

The ice-cream maker said it alerted Aspen Hills of a potential issue, and that the supplier has also issued a voluntary recall of its products. The ice cream brands were ...

Sep 17 2016

Evian: In Gee Chun, Sung Hyun Park tied

Chun, the 2015 U.S. Women's Open champion, had a bogey on the fourth hole but otherwise played with great control, hitting six birdies in rainy and overcast conditions at...

Sep 14 2016

Brooklyn College student dies from rare brain-eating amoeba infection

On August 27, Kerry Stoutenburgh was rushed to hospital due to vomiting and continuous headaches. On August 20, she chose to take a dip in several of the state's source...