COVID-19 has taken a toll on the nation’s heart health but how profound is only starting to emerge. Heart attack deaths spiked early in the pandemic, erasing years of progress in battling cardiovascular disease.
UConn star Paige Bueckers announced on Instagram that she’s been cleared to play a year after having ACL surgery on her left knee.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey said Wednesday that a medical equipment manufacturing company plans to invest $43 million in Alabama to produce nitrile medical gloves.
Groups opposed to Maine’s new law expanding access to abortions won’t attempt to nullify the new statute through a so-called People’s Veto referendum. Republican Rep.
The discovery of an illegal medical lab in central California by a code enforcement officer has unleashed an uproar in a rural community and fed anti-Chinese rumors online.
A lawsuit accuses a Georgia doctor of using too much force and decapitating a woman’s baby after it became stuck during delivery.
Regulators say Norfolk Southern has made improvements since a fiery Ohio derailment but still falls well short of being the “gold standard for safety” it is striving to be.
Things to know about a vote in Ohio, court action in Kansas and Utah and other abortion developments
Ohio voters rejecting a measure that would have made it more difficult to change the state’s constitution is one of several developments related to abortion policy in several states this week.
The U.S. Treasury Department has sanctioned three Mexican citizens for alleged involvement in the production and trafficking of the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl.
A health clinic in a Montana town plagued by deadly asbestos contamination has filed for bankruptcy protection after a judge ordered it to pay the government almost $6 million in penalties and damages for submitting false asbestos claims.
Abortion wasn’t technically on the ballot in Ohio’s special election. But the overwhelming defeat of a measure that would have made it tougher to enshrine abortion rights in the state constitution this fall was the latest indicator that the issue remains a powerful force at the ballot box.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he spoke with Sen. Dianne Feinstein after she fell in her home and went to the hospital for a short time.
Police say gunmen have attacked police officers providing security for polio vaccination workers during a door-to-door campaign in northwest Pakistan, killing one of them.
New Zealand will consider naming captain Kane Williamson in its squad for the ICC World Cup in October in India even if he will miss early games while recovering from a knee injury.
Australian homicide investigators are trying to determine how three people died and a fourth became critically ill after they apparently ate wild mushrooms at a family lunch.
College professors sue Idaho over a law that they say criminalizes classroom discussions on abortion
Six university professors and two teachers’ unions are suing Idaho over a law that they say violates their First Amendment rights by criminalizing teaching about pro-abortion viewpoints.
Mexico has closed 23 pharmacies at Caribbean coast resorts, six months after a research report warned that drug stores in Mexico were offering foreigners pills they passed off as Oxycodone, Percocet, and Adderall.
Abortion rights advocates plan to ask Arizona voters to create a constitutional right to abortion. The move announced Tuesday injects the issue into the battleground state’s volatile politics ahead of next year’s election.
Kentucky’s tourism industry bounced back from the COVID-19 pandemic to post its best year on record in 2022. Gov.
A group of midwives and doctors on Tuesday filed a lawsuit challenging what they described as Alabama’s de facto ban on freestanding birth centers by requiring the facilities be licensed as hospitals.
Gently holding a baby hummingbird between her hands, Catia Lattouf says, “Hello, cute little guy. Are you very hungry?”