The Food and Drug Administration strengthened warnings on a class of antibiotics, calling it too strong to be used for sinus infections, bronchitis and simple urinary tract infections.
Tuesday, Jul 26, 2016 at 01:02 PM CDT
NJ Nurse Repeatedly Stabs Boy With Autism With Needle: AG
New Jersey officials say a nurse caught on videotape stabbing a boy with autism with a hypodermic needle to control his behavior has agreed to surrender her license during the investigation.
Two more people have been diagnosed with Zika virus in Dallas County, public health department officials say. The patients contracted the illness while traveling in Jamaica and the British Virgin Islands.
Saturday, Jul 23, 2016 at 05:07 PM CDT
'Drunkorexia' Common Among College Students: Study
Almost a third of college students say they’ve taken part in practices dubbed “drunkorexia,” according to a recent study, NBC News reported.
That’s the name for behaviors such as skipping meals or heavy...
Friday, Jul 22, 2016 at 05:57 PM CDT
Poor Pelvic Health Can Cause Back Pain, Other Problems
Florida health officials are conducting tests in two possible non-travel related cases of Zika, either of which would be the first direct mosquito infection of the virus in the continental United States.