Brazil acting president, IOC head inspect Olympic Park
Brazil's interim president and the head of the International Olympic Committee reiterated Tuesday their confidence Rio de Janeiro will manage to host a successful games in fewer than two months' time, despite the litany of problems besetting the country.
Zika virus: Risk of spread from Olympics 'very low' says WHO
Work can resume on Olympic beach volleyball stadium
Olympics-Golfers at US Open play waiting game over Zika
Congress Clueless On Gay Blood Ban
The blood drive in the wake of the mass murder at a gay club in Orlando has opened an old wound for the LGBT community—a wound many lawmakers on Capitol Hill had no idea existed. Even as members of their community are still bleeding from the ...
What It Would Take To End The Ban On Queer Blood Donation
Gay men outraged over continued ban on blood donation in wake of Orlando mass shooting
Orlando Shooting Victims Desperately Need Blood Donations; Gay And Bisexual Men Who Wish To Support Banned ...
American Medical Association Votes to Lobby Congress Over Gun Research
Uncontrolled gun ownership is a serious threat to public health — and Congress needs to pay for research on the hot-button issue, the American Medical Association said Tuesday. Two days after 49 people were shot to death at an Orlando nightclub, the ...
AMA Calls Gun Violence a Public Health Crisis
Gun Control Laws Are Not Perfect. Let's Do Them Anyway.
Top doctors group declares gun deaths a 'public health crisis'
Orlando shooting: Why the mayor's HIPAA waiver request is important for gay rights
While following the news Sunday of the devastating shooting at an Orlando nightclub you may have heard that the city mayor's office took some action related to HIPAA. What, you probably wondered, does this have to do with the shooting? HIPAA stands for ...
How government rules hinder care for Orlando victims
HIPAA was not waived in Orlando -- here's why
Providers need info release plan in the event of mass casualties
Orlando Chick fil A workers reverse Sunday hours policy to feed volunteers
The shooting that took the lives of 49 people at a gay club in Orlando over the weekend has sparked an outpouring of support for the LGBT community, including from traditionally conservative fast food chain Chick fil A. Some Chick fil A employees in ...
How Chick-fil-A Went From Cult Favorite to Fast Food Behemoth
Chick-fil-A in Orlando opens on Sunday, donates food after nightclub massacre
After Orlando Shooting, Chick-fil-A Made This Heartfelt Gesture
Charlie Sheen Hopes Disclosing His HIV Diagnosis Will 'Contribute to Something That Really Matters'
Charlie Sheen may have become as well-known for his erratic behavior as his acting in recent years, but now the oft-controversial star – who in November revealed he was HIV-positive – wants to use his fame as a platform to advocate for sexual health.
LELO HEX Condoms Are Endorsed By Charlie Sheen — And They Could Be A Gamechanger
Test-driving LELO's 'condom of the future'
Charlie Sheen promotes new LELO HEX condoms
Orlando doctor shares heartbreaking photo on Facebook
On Monday, June 13 -- the day after Omar Mateen opened fire on the unsuspecting clubgoers at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, killing 49 and sending more than 50 others to the nearby Orlando Regional Medical Center -- Dr. Joshua Corsa, a senior resident at ...
'This blood will stain me forever.' Photo of Orlando doctor's bloodied shoes goes viral
Doctor's Bloodied Shoes Show Horror of Orlando Nightclub Shooting's Aftermath
Orlando doctor's blood-stained shoes go viral
Kellogg's recalls Keebler, Famous Amos cookies for undeclared peanut residue
Kellogg Company recalled more than 20 products on Monday because they may contain undeclared peanut residue. Those items include Kellogg's Keebler and Famous Amos cookies. In a recall posted on the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) website, ...
Peanut concerns prompt Kellogg Company snack recall
RECALL: Keebler and Kellogg's cookies and snacks
Kellogg recalls select cookies, snacks for possible peanut residue
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FDA Approves New Weight-Loss Device
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TUESDAY, June 14, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- A new surgically implanted device to treat obese patients has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The AspireAssist device uses a tube to drain a portion of the stomach contents after every ...
FDA Approves Stomach-Draining Obesity Treatment
FDA Approves Weight Loss Stomach Pump AspireAssist to Combat Obesity
AspireAssist Obesity Device Approved by FDA
New AASM Guideline on Optimal Sleep for Children
DENVER — For the first time, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) has issued consensus recommendations for the amount of sleep needed to promote optimal health in children and teenagers and to avoid the health risks of insufficient sleep.
Here's how long children should sleep every day
Children's Sleep Guidelines Updated to Promote Optimal Health
Sleep experts reveal new recommendations for children