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While a healthy lifestyle has long been linked to a longer life span, there’s been very little research to date on how lifestyle factors affect people with “multimorbidity” — living with two or more long-term mental or physical health conditions such as hypertension (high blood pressure), asthma, cancer, depression, migraine, diabetes and angina. To find …

President Trump on Tuesday denied that he had “a series of mini-strokes” prompting an unscheduled visit to Walter Reed hospital in November 2019. JUDGE THROWS OUT TRUMP’S BID TO STOP MANHATTAN DA SUBPOENA FOR HIS PERSONAL AND BUSINESS TAX RECORDS “It never ends! Now they are trying to say that your favorite President, me, went …

Hours before the United States surpassed 6 million coronavirus cases and reached a death toll of 183,000, President Donald Trump and his defenders seized on an amateurish misreading of federal data to claim that the COVID-19 pandemic has killed hardly anyone at all.  It started Sunday, when Trump retweeted a QAnon conspiracist who claimed that …

Vaccinations and the need for them are in the news daily. The short answer is, yes indeed. Oh, I know, as a child you couldn’t wait till you got old enough not to need doctor visits for vaccinations. No lollipop ever made up for those shots. Well, I have some news for you. To protect …

ELLSWORTH, Maine (WABI) – An organization in Hancock and Washington counties is offering some financial help to people recovering from substance abuse but struggling with technology in the pandemic. COVID-19 has moved many support meetings and clinical treatments to online or virtual formats. Access to cell phone and internet service can be challenging in more …

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – You and your family can have fun and learn about healthy living this summer with “Mission: Healthy Kids.” You can even win prizes. The health challenge is a partnership between Children’s Wisconsin and Kohl’s Cares. It runs through August 7, but you still have plenty of time to get started. …

Workers for the nation’s largest for-profit hospice care provider say the company has put their health and safety, and the lives of thousands of nursing home residents and employees, at risk of catching COVID-19, all to make an extra buck. In a lawsuit, an employee of Vitas Healthcare, a provider of hospice care across the …

FORT LAUDERDALE — Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians, known as the NFL’s “quarterback whisperer,” said there should be no controversy at the position for the Miami Dolphins. Arians said he would start rookie Tua Tagovailoa — if he’s healthy — over longtime veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick. “I think it all depends on his health; if …

SEATTLE, Wash., — We are seeing counties move into the next phase of the governor’s safe start plan and there are still some questions about what we need to be doing to stay safe during this time. Former Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt worked alongside Regence and Seattle area business leaders this week …

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Each year, millions of cows in the United States die from health problems and it’s costing the cattle industry, but “eyes in the sky” could help ranchers solve the problem. Joshua Jackson is one of many farmers flying a drone to help monitor a herd of cattle from high above his Central …