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CDC Monitors Potential Monkeypox Exposure in U.S.

The CDC is watching for a potential outbreak of monkeypox in the U.S. in addition to monitoring for the Delta variant of COVID-19.

Prescriptions for Fruits and Vegetables a Blossoming Program

The premise is simple: A health care provider or a health insurance plan provides a ''prescription" for produce. Patients redeem it at a local farmer's market, grocery store, or a community-based sponsoring organization.

Money Can Buy Americans Longer Life: Study

Money may not buy happiness but new research suggests it may at least help Americans live longer.

Drug Makers Reach $26 Billion Deal on Opioid Lawsuits

The money from the companies would be used by communities for addiction treatment, prevention services and other significant costs associated with the epidemic.

She’s Not Just an Olympian. She’s a Mom

While this is the third time Foluke Gunderson has participated in the Olympics, this is her first as a mom.

'Superbug' Fungus Spreads Among Vulnerable in Two U.S. Cities

The CDC says an untreatable "superbug" fungus is spreading in a Washington, D.C., nursing home and two Dallas-area hospitals.

Man Gets Lifesaving Intestinal Transplant After Bull Attack

A man who was attacked by a bull later got a lifesaving intestinal transplant.

Facing Killer Heat, ERs Use Body Bags to Save Lives

Doctors in Washington state used human body bags filled with ice and water to rapidly cool the sickest patients affected by record heat last month.

Pandemic Changed Grocery Shopping for Rich and Poor

Many wealthier people switched to online ordering and did more stocking up, while lower-income people still had to shop in-person at local small grocers and dollar stores.

Virtual Roller Coaster Ride Study Brings New Insights Into Migraine

A new study shows people who get migraines will likely feel motion sickness and dizziness after a virtual roller coaster ride, compared with people who don't get migraines.

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