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After 1566 restaurant inspections across Central Florida in October, only 84 had no issues for the entire month, according to data from the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. more
San Jose neurologist Harjasleen Walia sued Coup de Thai in July, claiming its Dragon Balls chemically burned her vocal cords, esophagus and the inside of her right nostril, leaving her with permanent … more
According to information compiled by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, a person’s risk of cardiac arrest increases with age. It is rare in someone younger than 30. The post A … more
Subscribe to The Point, arriving in your inbox Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. The stories near you • WUFT News: LGBTQ book that was put back on shelf removed again after new challenges. “The … more
University of Notre Dame Australia’s Sophie Scott and UNSW Sydney’s Gordon Parker examine the burnout that comes at this time of year and offer advice on how to avoid it. Read more: How to … more
Attorney Ettore Angelo said he and his client's family found out before a scheduled hearing on the issue Tuesday morning that he was being transferred to the psychiatric hospital in Montgomery … more
Athena Health Care Systems, one of the largest providers of long-term care in Connecticut, is six months behind on paying health claims for workers on its health plan. more
Aqemia will use its AI-powered platform to find small molecules that have a chance of becoming new drugs, which will then be commercialised by Sanofi. Read more: Sanofi offers Aqemia up to $140m … more
Through volunteerism, I discovered an underserved need for an improved focus on mental health for our community’s youth. more
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Steamy, spiritual and stress-busting, there are more than 3m saunas in Finland. Not only are they skin tingling, they help people explore what it is to be humanI should not be surprised if an older … more
By Alexa Spencer | Word In Black (WIB) – Black women who experience racism may be more likely to suffer or die from a stroke, according to a new study.   Data from Boston University’s Black … more
According to the Mayo Health Clinic, 44% of college students struggle with depression, but only 25% seek guidance — UM’s Counseling Outreach Peer Education (COPE) organization aims to increase … more
Are you struggling with an addiction that is wreaking havoc in your life and making it tough to move forward? If so, you are not alone. Addiction is a serious medical condition that affects millions … more
A local hospital has received funding to expand mental health treatment services for children and teens. more
Wasabi, a traditional Japanese condiment, may significantly enhance memory in older adults, according to a study by researchers from Tohoku University in Japan. Wasabi's main bioactive compound, … more
In an emergency lawsuit, and the first since Texas banned most abortions, Kate Cox asked to end her pregnancy because the fetus won't survive. more
After a rise in influenza and RSV cases, masks are now required in Swedish clinics and emergency departments as well as Puget Sound-area MultiCare locations. more
From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Mercedes Benz Stadium, dozens of kids from several local schools saw dentists for the very first time. For many, going to the dentist can be a frightening … more
A new survey shows 55% of Black patients said they feel like they must be very careful about their appearance to be treated fairly at medical visits. more
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