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  • RSV hospitalization rate for seniors is 10 times higher than usual for this point in the season
    The respiratory virus season has started early in kids this year and flooded children's hospitals in many parts of the country -- especially with respiratory syncytial virus, known as RSV.
  • Covid-19 boosters could keep thousands of kids out of hospitals, but uptake remains low
    Higher Covid-19 vaccination rates among US children could prevent thousands of pediatric hospitalizations and millions of missed school days, according to an analysis published Tuesday by the Commonwealth Fund and the Yale School of Public Health.
  • Experimental therapy gantenerumab fails to slow or improve Alzheimer's memory loss in clinical trials
    An experimental treatment, gantenerumab, failed to help people at high risk of memory loss from Alzheimer's or those who were in the early phases of the disease, the manufacturer said Monday.
  • US gets D+ grade for rising preterm birth rates, new report finds
    The rate of premature birth in the United States is climbing, according to the infant and maternal health nonprofit March of Dimes.
  • Desperate for heart surgery for their baby, a family feels the effects of pediatric hospital shortages
    Even before their daughter was born in June, Aaron and Helen Chavez knew she would need heart surgery. Doctors expected her to have an operation around 6 months of age.
  • Fuzzy first photo of a black hole gets a sharp makeover
    The first photo ever taken of a black hole looks a little sharper now.
  • Paper airplane breaks a world distance record
    It's a bird... It's a plane... It's a paper airplane!
  • This bat fossil could fill in a piece of the evolutionary puzzle
    Two 52 million-year-old bat skeletons discovered in an ancient lake bed in Wyoming are the oldest bat fossils ever found — and they reveal a new species.
  • How long you can use vintage Tupperware
    Since Tupperware, the iconic kitchen brand that's been a household name for decades, signaled recently that it might be going out of business, you might be wondering how long your stash of its food storage containers is safe to use — especially if it's vintage.
  • Why we have nightmares and how to stop them
    We leave behind our fears of monsters under the bed as we say goodbye to our childhoods, but one can follow us into adulthood and loom over our heads.
  • Your guide to finding the right Theragun massage gun for you
  • 8 activewear brands you should add to your workout wardrobe
    The increasing popularity of stylish, trendy athletic wear has made über-comfortable clothing something that's not just for the gym. It's infiltrated all corners of culture, from high fashion runways to the offices of Silicon Valley executives — and really, it's appropriate for any occasion when you just want to be comfortable.
  • The best coupons at CVS Pharmacy

  • With so many symbols, rules and regulations, recycling is a complex topic. Many of us are making mistakes and contaminating tons of waste in the process. Learn some simple tips to help manage your trash better.
  • Zero-calorie sweetener linked to heart attack, stroke, study finds
    A sugar replacement used in many stevia, monk-fruit, keto and other reduced-sugar products marketed for weight loss and diabetes has been linked to stroke, heart attack and early death, a study found.

  • CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.

  • CNN explains how high levels of mercury found in some skin whitening creams can affect the body of people using them and put entire households at risk by contaminating their homes. Editor's note: This story is part of 'White lies', a series by CNN's As Equals investigating skin whitening practices worldwide to expose the underlying drivers of colorism, the industry that profits from it and the cost to individuals and communities. For information about how CNN As Equals is funded and more, check out our FAQs.

  • Liquid formulations of the common antibiotic amoxicillin are in short supply for the second year in a row, according to the FDA. CNN medical correspondent Meg Tirrell reports.
  • How to build a habit in 5 steps, according to science
    Using scientific research can help you be more successful at creating new habits and sticking to them.

  • It's hard to imagine but even air that appears "clean" can be harmful. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains what factors affect our air quality and some of the steps you can take to keep yourself safe.

  • On an episode of Chasing Life, Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks with author Dan Buettner about the secrets of "blue zones" and how adopting certain lifestyle changes may help us live longer.

  • As people are encouraged to get the new Covid-19 booster approved by the FDA and CDC, Dr. Saju Matthew explains why Covid-19 tests can sometimes return a fasle-positive and how to differentiate between Covid-19, the flu and RSV.
  • An Arkansas toddler dies of rare brain-eating amoeba infection likely contracted at splash pad
    An Arkansas toddler died of a rare brain-eating amoeba infection, which was likely contracted at a splash pad at a country club, according to health officials and the county coroner.

  • Christiane Amanpour speaks with historian Simon Schama about his new book "Foreign Bodies," a history of pandemics, vaccines and the health of nations.

  • Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses how attention spans have changed and the way our brains have been affected by it. Listen to the new season of "Chasing Life" wherever you get your podcasts.

  • An author of a study that found masking to be ineffective says, "The underlying problem is...people are drunk with certainty. They're told if something works, end of story. That's not science. What science it's likely or unlikely to work or we can't find evidence of it."

  • "Masks have become political" says an author of the Cochrane Library study on mask effectiveness. "I can only tell you what the science is....I can't tell you whether they work or don't work. But it's more likely than not that they don't work."
  • Just 2 minutes of walking after eating can help blood sugar, study says
    Getting up and moving after you eat — even if it's only for two minutes — can help control blood sugar levels, a study says. If you can't do that, try standing. It helps, too.
  • What is mifepristone, the drug at the heart of the Texas medication abortion lawsuit?
    Danco Laboratories, a manufacturer of the abortion drug mifepristone, has asked the Supreme Court to reverse a lower court ruling that would restrict access to the drug; the justices could make the decision next summer.


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