What Killed the First Gender-Affirming Surgery Clinic in the U.S.?
(MedPage Today) -- When the Gender Identity Clinic (GIC) at Baltimore's Johns Hopkins Hospital closed in 1979, there were still about 20 university-based clinics in the U.S. that provided gender-affirming surgery. By the mid-1990s, only two or...
Kim and Khloe Kardashian Give Everything to Their Workouts, Trainer Says
Gunnar Peterson, Kim and Khloe Kardashian's former personal trainer, told Us about the duo's mindset in the gym — exclusive interview
At Long Last, Can Malaria Be Eradicated?
Two new vaccines may finally turn back an ancient plague. But in unexpected ways, their arrival also complicates the path to ending the disease.
How the Bay Area crushed the monkeypox curve
Two main factors can be credited with the rapid decline; the response from the at-risk community, and an effective vaccine.
Dialysis déjà vu Part Two: Why are California voters being asked to crack down on kidney clinics for a third time?
Kelly Osbourne's gestational diabetes: It can happen in third trimester of pregnancy
Kelly Osbourne recently discussed her diagnosis of gestational diabetes and is raising awareness of the health condition during pregnancy. Here's what others need to know about this condition.
'It can happen in a split second': Mom shares warning after son swallows 27 magnets
Thanks to an episode of "Grey's Anatomy" Jessica MacNair understood that when her son swallowed magnets, they needed to go to the ER immediately.
Salmon with cauliflower rice and spinach dip
The easy spinach dip takes this simple dish from good to great, and it’s high protein with only 7 grams of net carbs to boot! The post Salmon with cauliflower rice and spinach dip appeared first on Diet Doctor .
Arizona clinic has workaround for abortion pill ban
A Phoenix abortion clinic has developed a way for patients who can end their pregnancy using a pill to get the medication quickly without running afoul of a resurrected Arizona law that bans most abortions
Study attributes increased transmissibility of Monkeypox Clade IIb to genomic accordions
In a new study, researchers performed a genomic study of confirmed Monkeypox virus (MPXV) cases diagnosed in Spain between 18 May and 14 July 2022.
Nursing home study shows 4th COVID mRNA dose provides extra protection against severe Omicron outcomes
New analysis highlights the need to prioritize addressing preventable vision loss in children in America
'The pandemic is over,' some declare. It again misses larger point of COVID-19, experts say
While there's no shortage of pundits, politicians and other prognosticators clamoring to declare the end of the pandemic, the ultimate call is up to the World Health Organization.
Nobel panel to announce winner of physics prize
The winner, or winners, of the Nobel Prize in physics will be announced Tuesday at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm.
Health care workers in East, Southern and Central Africa celebrate International Safe Abortion Day 2022
To mark International Safe Abortion Day (ISAD) 2022, FIGO interviewed member societies who have partnered with us to implement the Advocating for Safe Abortion Project. They shared details of their activities that highlight the links between safe abortion and preventable maternal deaths, the need for advocacy to overcome barriers to abortion care, and opportunities for the future.