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Why doctors almost never say cancer is ‘cured’
Even when the signs and symptoms vanish, it doesn't mean patients are cancer-free.
Cannabis poisoning is on the rise in pets
As more areas legalize recreational weed, veterinarians have noticed an increase in cannabis poisoning cases, and a new study backs up the trend.
Which expiration dates actually matter?
Food might still be okay longer than you think—but it isn't the case for everything.
A judge threw out the US travel mask mandate. What’s next?
The CDC recommends you wear masks on flights, even though it's no longer required.
A mysterious liver disease is sickening kids in the US and Europe
Is it one virus or multiple?
Microplastics have officially been found in our bodies. Here’s what that means for human health.
The long term impacts are still unknown.
The FDA just authorized a 10-second breath test for COVID
The breathalyzer can give back results in three minutes, but has to be performed by a health care professional.
What to consider when taking Pfizer’s COVID-19 pill Paxlovid
The drug can interact with many other medications but is still extremely effective in preventing severe COVID-19.
A single HPV vaccine dose can protect against cervical cancer
Replacing multi-dose shots with one jab would make it simpler to protect populations against HPV.
Air pollution is rising quickly across dozens of growing cities
Rapid industrialization and population growth are contributing to increased premature pollution deaths.