October 10 is World Mental Health Day and users on X, formerly Twitter, are sharing their journey and tips for coping.
A nationwide shortage of Adderall and other prescribed drugs is spiking concern for patients in seek of medical treatment.
World Mental Health Day is celebrated annually on October 10. Across social media and especially Twitter, many are sharing their stories.
Amid the surge in COVID-19 cases, including 40,000 dead this summer alone, Bring Back Masks began trending on Twitter despite resistance.
After being sued by cancer patients who claimed that its baby powder contained asbestos—Johnson & Johnson stopped using talc in 2020. Now, the company will switch to cornstarch in its baby powder by 2023.
The rising number of monkeypox cases in the United States has prompted the Biden administration to declare a public health emergency. Health Secretary Xavier Becerra held a press conference to detail the government response and to state that they have secured close to 7 million doses of a vaccine to treat the virus.
We definitely don't need polio, a virus we stamped out thanks to vaccines making a comeback.
The CDC, one of the leading voices on handling the virus, has suggested that COVID-19 isolation be cut from 10 to 5 days, but only if the subject is asymptomatic.
Earlier this week, a virologist in London discovered the B.1.1.529, raising concerns across South Africa at the moment.
Internal documents from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggest that the Delta coronavirus variant may also be deadlier as well.