The Man Of My Dreams Said He Wanted Me. So Why Did I Send Him To Be With Someone Else?

The Man Of My Dreams Said He Wanted Me. So Why Did I Send Him To Be With Someone Else?

Masks and gloves make me anxious, but not for the reasons you’d think. They evoke desire for the man I couldn’t have. Rupesh grabbed his wallet and dashed into the rain, like he was rushing to Target instead of another woman’s arms on Valentine’s Day. He’d just admitted he couldn’t suppress his feelings for me … Read more

Antibiotic-resistant superbug found in pigs and humans: study

Antibiotic-resistant superbug found in pigs and humans: study

Scientists studying the C. difficile superbug say that its antibiotic-resistant genes have been found in pigs and humans, meaning that not only is transmission of the bacteria possible on a wider scale, but the genes that resist antibiotics themselves might be able to spread through an animal vector to humans. Clostridioides difficile, or C. difficile, … Read more

If You Notice This in Your Arms and Legs, Get a Blood Test — Best Life

If You Notice This in Your Arms and Legs, Get a Blood Test — Best Life

Movement disorders are a group of neurological conditions that can cause atypical movements, along with other symptoms. One of the most well-known movement disorders is Parkinson’s disease (PD), a neurodegenerative condition which affects the central nervous system. However, roughly 30 other conditions—including essential tremor, Huntington’s disease, Wilson’s disease, and dystonia—are also considered movement disorders. While … Read more

Why you can expect more ticks this summer in Michigan

Why you can expect more ticks this summer in Michigan

As Michigan enters another spring tick season, the overall outlook feels a bit bleak. Over the past decade these biting arachnids have been expanding their range across the state, and while certain factors might make a particular year feel better or worse than others, more ticks begets more ticks — meaning, overall, the situation here … Read more

COVID-19 Third Dose Vaccine Protection Against Hospitalization Wanes After 3 Months

COVID-19 Third Dose Vaccine Protection Against Hospitalization Wanes After 3 Months

A new research study published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine shows that protection against the omicron variant deteriorates over time – even after a third vaccine dose. Kaiser Permanente finds the Pfizer The Lancet Respiratory Medicine shows that a booster dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine provides strong protection, roughly 80% to 90%, in the … Read more

1 death, 17 liver transplants in multi-country outbreak of hepatitis in children, WHO says

1 death, 17 liver transplants in multi-country outbreak of hepatitis in children, WHO says

At least 169 cases of acute hepatitis in children aged one month to 16 years old have been identified in an outbreak that now involves 11 countries, the World Health Organization said on Saturday. (Diego Grandi, Alamy) Estimated read time: 2-3 minutes ATLANTA — At least 169 cases of acute hepatitis in children aged one … Read more