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Fox News › Lifestyle › 25 minutes ago
Stents and coronary artery bypass surgery are no more effective than intensive drug treatment and better health habits in preventing millions of Americans from heart attacks and death, a large study found, shedding new light on a major controversy in...
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette › Lifestyle › 1 hour ago
New York Post › Finance › 2 hours ago
Readers: Here is the fifth winner of Lively hearing aids. Two more to go. And then maybe a surprise. — John Dear John: My name is Levi, and I’m the proud 25-year-old dad of a beautiful 5-month-old. Unfortunately, hearing loss runs in my family, and...
New York Daily News › Lifestyle › 3 hours ago
New Zealand lawmakers on Wednesday voted in favor of a bill to legalize euthanasia, a watershed moment that ended a contentious two-year debate.
CNN › Lifestyle › 3 hours ago
Herbs to increase breast milk supply and heal the spleen. Traditional remedies which promise to cure insomnia and acne. Secret cancer treatments that have been ignored or suppressed by Western medicine.
New York Daily News › Lifestyle › 4 hours ago
Yousuf fled with his family from his home in eastern Afghanistan eight years ago to escape the war, but he couldn't escape tragedy. In the capital, Kabul, five
New York Post › Lifestyle › 6 hours ago
President Trump made a surprise visit to the doctor on Saturday. The White House said the visit was part of his annual checkup, which he was getting out of the way early, but then revealed that he didn’t stay at Walter Reed National Military Medical...
Breitbart › Lifestyle › 6 hours ago
An Ohio Catholic high school announced it would drug test all of its students every year starting in January 2020.
Daily Mail Online › Lifestyle › 7 hours ago
EVE SIMMONS boarded the world's longest scheduled passenger flight this week with a host of electronic devices to measure the impact flying non-stop between New York and Singapore.
Sputnik International › Lifestyle › 7 hours ago
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US President Donald Trump has started his medical check-up to avoid wasting time during the 2020 presidential race, White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham said on Saturday.
Breitbart › Politics › 7 hours ago
Judge William Orrick, who presided in Planned Parenthood's lawsuit against the CMP, founded a Planned Parenthood clinic, said David Daleiden.
CBS Local › Lifestyle › 8 hours ago
Every 15 minutes, someone in the United States dies of a superbug that has learned to outsmart even our most sophisticated antibiotics, according to a new report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Breitbart › Lifestyle › 8 hours ago
Two police officers are being hailed as heroes after they pulled an unconscious woman from a burning vehicle in Farmville, Virginia.
CNN › Lifestyle › 8 hours ago
High-risk patients with stable heart disease may fare just as well on medications alone, versus having invasive heart operations such as stents and bypass surgeries, according to a major trial. The results were presented Saturday at the American Heart...
The Hill › Lifestyle › 8 hours ago
President Trump on Saturday began portions of his annual physical exam at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the White House said."Anticipating a very busy 2020, the President is taking advantage of a fr...
Washington Examiner › Lifestyle › 9 hours ago
President Trump spent part of his Saturday getting his annual physical exam at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.
Washington Times › Lifestyle › 9 hours ago
Jean Rivier, a chemist who led groundbreaking research on stress and helped discover drugs that treated endometriosis and prostate cancer, has died. He was 78.
Breitbart › Lifestyle › 10 hours ago
A high school robotics team in North Dakota recently created a special set of wheels for a little girl in need.
NBC News › Lifestyle › 10 hours ago
But they do need to do some work, new research finds, including sticking to medication and changing behaviors.
A large study suggests that many heart procedures are unnecessary or premature for people with stabl
Washington Times › Lifestyle › 10 hours ago
A large study suggests that many heart procedures are unnecessary or premature for people with stable disease.