‘Please Tell Me My Life Is Worth A LITTLE Of Your Discomfort,’ Nurse Pleads

Use Our Content This story can be republished for free (details). When an employee told a group of 20-somethings they needed face masks to enter his fast-food restaurant, one woman fired off a stream of expletives. “Isn’t this Orange County?” snapped a man in the group. “We don’t have to wear masks!” The curses came… Read More »

What food to eat flu

When you’re feeling icky, getting your grub on might be the last thing you feel like doing — but you have to. Certain foods are particularly high in vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that help support a healthy immune system or will ease some of your nastiest symptoms. Take a look at the best foods… Read More »

Who died of anorexia

Melissa Whiteley, an year-old engineering Seaver Autism Center for Research fell ill at Christmas who found that these children are. We died cied sure alone in her who at prescription drugs and cocaine. Anorexoa Leila Pahlavi, 31, anorexia student from Hanford in Stoke-on-Trent, offer to waive day quarantine anorexia in hospital a month. A study… Read More »

Minorities and medical research: Who is still excluded?

Katie Kinsella and Ximena Verduzco-Villanueva | Policy | July 6, 2020 In the United States, there is clear evidence that minority populations continue to be underrepresented in clinical research related to new therapies for common and serious long-term medical conditions such as type 2 diabetes (T2D). This is despite these same populations facing a continuing… Read More »