Mpox cases fell steadily over the past months to an average of seven cases by the end of November
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Some medicines that can be particularly hard to find are fever reducers for kids, like children’s Tylenol, Motrin or Advil
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The country is now dealing with a different kind of threat — an unpredictable confluence of old and new respiratory pathogens.
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Strife in Ohio highlights the tensions emerging nationwide as settlement funds start flowing.
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Pregnant women with dangerous medical conditions are showing up in hospitals and doctors’ offices and being denied the abortions that could help treat them.
By Laura Unger and Heather Hollingsworth/The Associated Press
Uganda and Zimbabwe join an ever growing number of African countries that are building up their space technology capabilities
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There’s been an explosion in sexually transmitted diseases that can cause chronic pain and infertility among infected adults and disable or kill infected newborns.
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New government data suggests U.S. overdose deaths have stopped rising, but many experts are urging caution.
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William Marshall, superintendent of Penn Cambria School District, says vaping isn’t just a problem in the high school anymore — they’ve also seen it in the middle school.
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