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Lawmakers in Alabama and some other Southern states are reconsidering their opposition in light of strong public support.
Attempting to recover or improve your quality of life with long COVID today is a Sisyphean effort.
Small study finds alterations in brain activity and immune function, which may shed light on long COVID.
Mortality has declined overall, especially for AIDS-related causes and liver disease, but disparities persist.
Federal civil rights office “gives pass” to Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina for alleged HIV discrimination in drug pricing.
QuitBot uses evidence-based strategies developed from over 20 years of research by smoking cessation experts at Fred Hutch Cancer Center.
Inadequate physical activity was associated with liver steatosis regardless of body mass index.
Margaret Taylor thanks University of Colorado Cancer Center’s Jennifer Diamond, MD, for putting her on a breast cancer clinical trial.
Podcaster Joe Rogan and guest Bret Weinstein question whether HIV causes AIDS and suggest “party drugs” are an “important factor.”
Antiretroviral treatment that halts HIV replication can prevent or reverse immune deficiency.
The carrots are completely and unexpectedly delicious.
Oversedation while on a ventilator can lead to serious adverse reactions including delirium and death.
Scientists in many countries are working on vaccines to treat cancer, and more traditional vaccines protect against cancer-causing viruses.
Understanding the pros and cons of different treatments may help men and their health care teams make more informed treatment decisions.
Third-generation Mexican Americans were about 66% more likely to develop liver cancer compared with the first generation.
Since last April, states have removed more than 16 million people from their Medicaid programs.
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