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According to New York Pain Care, Kentucky is the third most injury-prone state, with West Virginia and Ohio following behind. more
From 3D printed medical devices to new ways of detecting cancer, Irish research has been making progress at warp speed to improve health. Read more: 7 ways in which Irish research is improving the … more
On Giving Tuesday, the Sickle cell Foundation is asking Georgians to reach down, dig deep and give to the organization’s cause – treat and eradicate sickle cell disease. But on Saturday, Dec. … more
A Dinwiddie County Board of Supervisors member has reportedly been hospitalized and is in need of a new heart and liver. more
Subscribe to The Point, arriving in your inbox Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. The stories near you • WUFT News: Chabad UF Jewish Student Center increases security after Friday vandalism. “Berl … more
The Christmas Eve fire that injured two workers at Suncor Energy's Commerce City refinery began when a vapor cloud leaked from an unused pump valve and exploded as the facility was being shut down … more
As the temperatures cool and mosquitoes bid farewell, a new little nuisance begins to rear its tiny head.  more
Greene County Department of Water and Sewer, in conjunction with the Virginia Department of Health, is advising certain Ruckersville residents to use boiled tap water or bottled water for drinking … more
Connecticut semiconductor suppliers stand to benefit from federal efforts to boost domestic production of microchips and strengthen the industry’s supply chains. more
By Daniel Chang and Angela Hart | KFF Health News | Word In Black Florida Gov. Ron DeSantisAge: 45Florida population: 22.2 million  California Gov. Gavin NewsomAge: 56California population: 39 … more
Piotr Teodorowski explains how research that includes public participation has ‘more real-life impact’. Read more: Health researcher on the value of research ‘with’ not ‘for’ the … more
FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Sanford Infectious Disease doctors are saying virus season is really heating up in the region. They’re starting to see flu cases in the adult population ramping up, as well … more
A new Pennsylvania law will require doctors to get a patient's verbal and written consent before medical students can perform pelvic or rectal exams on someone who receives anesthesia. more
Contra Costa Health sent a hazardous materials team to investigate the activity at the Chevron refinery. more
Kelly Richardson, 28, and her boyfriend, Derek Rayo, 27, are first parents in Santa Clara County to face murder charges for child's fentanyl death. more
A new head-to-head study found that adult patients on Mounjaro were significantly more likely to experience weight loss than those on Ozempic. Both tirzepatide and semaglutide are injectable diabetes … more
Before you grab your steak knife, the scientists emphasize that the point of the study is not to advise people to eat more red meat. more
Louisiana won’t be able to estimate the cost of a new paid parental leave policy for state workers until it has been in place for at least several months, said Jay Dardenne, budget chief for … more
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)--Governor Kathy Hochul has signed a new law requiring camps and youth sports programs to have a plan to implement Automated External Defibrillators, also known as AED’s. … more
Injecting stem cells into patients’ brains found to be safe and could stop further damage from the diseaseDoctors are cautiously hopeful about a new multiple sclerosis therapy after finding that … more
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