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Dear Doctor: My dad was having an ultrasound because it seemed like he might have kidney stones, and they found what the doctor thinks might be a small aortic aneurysm. Why does someone get them, and how are they treated?
(CNN) -- In the span of a week and a half, the number of coronavirus cases in the United States has doubled, yet officials are saying this is …
Prehabilitation aims to increase your strength and health before, not after, a medical procedure.
Rising anxiety may be the common denominator as countries around the world gradually emerge from lockdowns due to the new coronavirus. What a return to normal looks like varies widely. Get caught up on all of the morning's virus developments.
President Donald Trump said that he is taking hydroxychloroquine. The FDA warned last month that the drug should not be used outside of hospital or research settings due to sometimes fatal side effects.
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Telemedicine has been around for more than two decades, but its adoption among Americans has been relatively low. The coronavirus pandemic is quickly changing that.
Leaders caution that they need more coronavirus testing and personal protective equipment before people can safely go back to work.
TRUMP, on the government’s decision to stockpile millions of doses of hydroxychloroquine to make it available for patients with COVID-19: “You’re not going to die from this pill. ... I really think it’s a great thing to try, just based on what I know. Again, I’m not a doctor.” — news briefing Tuesday.
Even as deaths mount, the U.S. and other countries are starting to contemplate an exit strategy and thinking about a staggered and carefully calibrated easing of restrictions.
TRUMP, on the government’s decision to stockpile millions of doses of hydroxychloroquine drug to make it available for patients with COVID-19: “What do you have to lose? I’ll say it again: What do you have to lose? Take it. I really think they should take it. But it’s their choice and it’s their doctor’s choice, or the doctors in the hospital. But hydroxychloroquine — try it, if you’d like.” — news briefing Saturday.
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — An upstate New York doughnut shop is featuring the likeness of the doctor leading the country's battle with coronavirus on its sweet treats.
“Elderberry has gotten a lot of traction lately, and for good reason,” says Gorin. Research shows taking elderberry supplements can reduce the duration and severity of the common cold. Elderberry has also shown promise in shortening the duration of influenza, though that study was industry-funded.
While the world waits for someone, somewhere, to develop a vaccine against the coronavirus, it would be nice if residents in America’s most po…
While more than a third of U.S. counties have yet to report any positive test for COVID-19, the number is declining rapidly. Stay home and stay safe, and learn more about what we face this week.
LONDON (AP) — Surgeons at King's College Hospital in London removed a brain tumor from a woman who played the violin during the procedure.
Romance scammers start off with fake profiles using someone else's identity. Their alleged location is never in your city — they claim to be deployed in the military, working at an oil rig overseas or a doctor embedded with international groups, the Federal Trade Commission says. That way, they can ask for money to pay for seemingly legitimate costs such as travel visas, plane tickets and hospital bills.
Li Wenliang, the Chinese doctor who warned the public of a potential "SARS-like" disease in December 2019, has died, Wuhan Central Hospital said.
Li Wenliang, a doctor in Wuhan, China, was punished by police for "spreading rumors" over a message warning people against the new coronavirus.
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Hello, dear readers! We hope this new year is finding you happy and healthy, and that the expectations of the holiday season didn't take their…
Dear Doctor: I'm old enough to remember the shock over actress Farrah Fawcett's anal cancer diagnosis, which was not a disease you heard much …