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Stylists of color often work with products like hair straighteners and dyes, which contain toxic chemicals. more
For years, it was assumed that people with autism were less sensitive to pain. more
For the first time since September, daily new cases of COVID-19 dropped below 100 in Clark County, reaching some of the lowest levels of the pandemic. more
Pharmacies reduce their hours to alleviate stress and workload brought on by staffing shortages. more
In partnership with the ‘Blue Jacket Fashion Show,’ Mount Sinai, and Carver Bank, the nonprofit advocacy group ‘ZERO-The End of Prostate Cancer’ hosted two free prostate cancer screening … more
Goodwill of the Finger Lakes and UR Medicine Flaum Eye Institute are partnering to make eye care more accessible to the city of Rochester. more
While the future of Multnomah County’s ban is unclear, the lawsuit could be moot if the Oregon legislature passes a statewide flavored tobacco ban. by Abe Asher Tobacco … more
COVID-19 case numbers are declining steadily and the number of people hospitalized has dropped dramatically in Clark County since last week, according to reports released Wednesday. more
After a spike in COVID-19 cases after the holidays, most metrics in Mecklenburg County and North Carolina are "seeing improvement," health officials said. more
After months of negotiations workers at a nursing home in Bangor, along with seven other facilities across Pennsylvania ratified contracts with Saber Health Care Group on Thursday, according to SEIU … more
Australia’s Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES) says the dangerous object was discovered on the roadside in the late morning of Feb 1. The post Authorities Recover Lost Radioactive … more
California state leaders seem to be quietly closing the door on the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for school children. The California Department of Public Health hasn’t made an announcement, but … more
California state leaders seem to be quietly closing the door on the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for school children. The California Department of Public Health hasn’t made an announcement, but … more
“There’s a sense in our culture often that birthing people should be able to do everything and make it look easy, and so when it's hard, there can be shame associated with it not feeling … more
The 22News I-Team looks at how police are being trained to recognize the difference between real and fake guns. more
In the WAVY Digital Desk conversation, Dr. Grayson, M.D., Sentara Family Medicine and Pediatrics Edinburgh, speaks about health and wellness in 2023. more
Life is very fragile, and can potentially change in an instant. When it does, it’s imperative that you learn to cope with the new circumstances ASAP. Otherwise, the restrictions will have a damning … more
Daniel Griffin, MD, PhD, infectious disease physician with a PhD in molecular medicine, researcher at Columbia, Optum chief of the division of Infectious Disease, president of Parasites Without … more
Being a student is not just about the lectures and the lack of money; it’s also about the lifestyle you lead. If you are starting college and you are hoping to be a healthy individual, it’s … more
According to the DOJ, a multiyear, multimillion dollar scheme allowed people to buy fake nursing diplomas and other credentials, allowing them to apply for licenses. more
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