Thanksgiving will always be tough for me. Here’s How I Coped.

as said Vidya Rao The following article contains specific descriptions of an eating disorder. If you think the content may trigger you, please read it carefully. I’ve been afraid to go all the way to Thanksgiving for a long time. The feeling of anxiety would have started weeks ago. While this food-focused vacation is enjoyable …

Quick Facts: Here’s What You Need to Know About Cervical Cancer and HPV

Medically reviewed by Nancy Berman, MSN, ANP-BC, NCMP, FAANP A cervical cancer diagnosis is scary—and for good reason. NS American Cancer Society estimates about 14,480 women will be diagnosed cervical cancer In 2021, and about 4,290 of them will die. Black and Hispanic women probably More than white women to get this disease. cervical cancer …

Who is Covered by the Vaccination Instructions? Here’s America’s Quick Guide

By Debbie Kaminer, Baruch College, CUNY President Joe Biden orders that require vaccines About two-thirds of the U.S. workforce contributes to a series of vaccination orders aimed at forcing more people to get vaccinated and contain the pandemic. The president has largely resisted granting federal powers, but in recent months many states, companies, and schools …

Are You Considering Plastic Surgery? Here’s What You Need To Know.

After they had children, Tammy Delgado requested a breast lift with implants. “The decision was definitely a confidence booster,” he said. At that time, his surgeon performed belly button surgery. breast implants. “He made an incision in my belly button and created a tunnel into the breast to insert the implant,” Delgado said. Ultimately, Delgado, …

Here’s Why the CDC Recommends You Wear a Mask Indoors Even If You Do:

By Peter Chin-Hong, University of California, San Francisco Vaccinated people need to wear masks againAccording to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. On July 27, 2021, the CDC announced that everyone in the country Regions with high COVID-19 infection rates Wear a mask in public indoors, regardless of vaccination status. This is a …

Being Vaccinated Doesn’t Mean You Have to Go Without a Mask. Here’s Why.

Bernard J. Wolfson, Kaiser Health News For more than a year, public health officials have repeatedly told us that masks save lives. They warned us to stay away from our neighbors who were turning into disease carriers before our eyes. Now they tell us that if we get vaccinated, we no longer need to wear …