Jessica Simpson is opening up about her life in a new memoir titled Open Book. In the first excerpt, she reveals she was sexually abused as a child. She also says she self-medicated with alcohol and pills. Jessica Simpson’s memoir is coming out on February 4th, and the singer is opening up about the sexual abuse she suffered as a […]Read more
(HealthDay)—Nearly half of American adults admit that they’ve fought to stay awake while driving, a new survey finds. Of the more than 2,000 respondents, 45% said they’d struggled to remain awake while behind the wheel, while 48% said they’d never driven drowsy, according to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) survey conducted in September. Each year in the United […]Read more
(HealthDay)—Passengers on several American Airline flights in the United States may have been exposed to hepatitis A by a flight attendant, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says. The CDC said the flight attendant had diarrhea on several flights during the period in which he was considered infectious, so it is investigating and notifying passengers who may have […]Read more
Boy, 12, is given the all-clear from cancer after his mother fundraised £100,000 for treatment in Turkey that was denied to him on the NHS Toni Ilsley’s son Charlie was diagnosed with medulloblastoma aged eight Cancer spread to his spine, doctors reportedly said they could do nothing more Charlie had targeted radiotherapy in Turkey and is all-clear 18 months later A […]Read more
Two Meningitis B Vaccines Have Been Approved in the US. So Why Are Young People Still Dying From It?
When it came to her sons’ medical care, Aracelly Bibl did everything right. She prioritized the health of her three boys, knew their pediatrician's phone number by heart, and made sure they were up to date on their recommended vaccinations. But all of her diligence still didn't protect her oldest child, Joseph Clouse, from meningitis B, which killed him this past […]Read more
Urinary tract infections (cystitis and pyelonephritis) are of great prevalence, but their accurate diagnosis is often difficult. The authors of the new study argue that the standard methods for the detection of bacteria in urine does not give accurate results in most chronic patients. Each year urinary tract infections (UTI) faces about 150-200 million people worldwide. Many people, especially young […]Read more