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Sex Drive: How Do Men and Women Compare?

Experts discuss the differences between male sex drive and female sex drive.

Blink-182 Drummer Travis Barker Hospitalized With Pancreatitis

The pancreas is a big digestive gland that sits behind the stomach. It can get inflamed for a variety of reasons, but it is most often related to gallstone disease or excessive alcohol use.

Fat Pharms: Antidepressants and Weight Gain

Some antidepressants are more likely to make you gain weight than others, but the pros may outweigh the cons.

Scientists Find Brain Mechanism Behind Age-Related Memory Loss

Discovery could lead to new dementia treatments or even help prevent cognitive decline in the first place, Johns Hopkins researchers say.

SCOTUS Opinion Leak Caused Spike in Search for Abortion Drugs

During the week of the leak, May 1 to May 8, Google recorded 350,000 internet searches for abortion medications, the greatest number since the search company began collecting data in 2004.

This Fourth of July, Aim to Be Free of Food Waste

With the U.S. inflation rate at 8% in May, Americans are estimated to spend about $6.9 billion on food for July Fourth. So how can Americans avoid overbuying and over-preparing this holiday season?

How Much Health Insurers Pay for Almost Everything Is About to Go Public

New government rules force health insurers to publicly disclose what they pay for just about every service. That information could help consumers and employers know whether they’re getting a fair deal.

Vaccine Makers to Update Boosters to Target Omicron Subvariants

The FDA announced has asked vaccine makers to update their COVID booster shots to target the Omicron subvariants known as BA.4 and BA.5.

Pfizer Plans a Vaccine to Target All Coronaviruses

Pizer and its partner BioNTech announced plans on Wednesday to develop a vaccine that will work against SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) and the entire class, or family, of related coronaviruses.

New Report Raises Question: Can You Get COVID From Your Cat?

News that a veterinarian in Thailand was infected with COVID by a cat she was treating raises new questions about risk of animal-to-human transmission.

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