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Thousands of US health care workers go on strike in multiple states over wages and staff shortages
Why health experts are urging early mammogram screening amid Breast Cancer awareness month
While October sheds light on the importance of mammograms for early breast cancer detection, prevention is a year-round thing, according to experts.
Why do some houses have teal pumpkins on Halloween?
The goal of the nationwide movement is to make Halloween safer and more inclusive for kids with food allergies by encouraging households to offer non-food treats.
US health officials propose using a cheap antibiotic as a 'morning-after pill' against STDs
The long-awaited guideline says doxycycline, a cheap antibiotic, can prevent certain illnesses if taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex.
Kaiser Permanente workers ready to strike Wednesday. It would be the largest healthcare strike in history.
Even if a strike does happen, Kaiser Permanente confirmed its hospitals and emergency departments would remain open.
Nobel in medicine goes to 2 scientists whose work enabled creation of mRNA vaccines against COVID-19
The prizes carry a cash award of 11 million Swedish kronor, or about $1 million in U.S. dollars.
Health officials urge action as flu season approaches
Dr. Ryan McCorkle, an emergency department physician at St. David's Medical Center, said everyone six months or older should get updated flu and COVID-19 vaccines.
COVID-19's Impact on heart and brain & why fatty foods could be damaging your memory
CBS news delves into the top health stories involving COVID-19 and fatty foods.
Verify: No, playing games on your phone will not prevent Alzheimer's Disease
Keeping your brain active with activities you enjoy could slow down it's progression
Spotting child abuse in day-to-day life
Harmony Home discusses signs to look for when identifying child abuse.
Austin reports first West Nile virus death of the year
Deaths from West Nile virus are considered rare.
Navy to start randomly testing SEALs, special warfare troops for steroids
The Navy will be the first to begin random testing, but Army Special Operations Command said it will soon follow suit, although no start date has been set.
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