By Aimee Rodriguez Zepeda, as told to Danny Bonvissuto I didn’t have the typical feeling people describe, like trouble breathing. Instead, I was tired. I was 39 with two kids in grade school and two in high
The number of new cases of COVID-19 continues to drop in both Illinois and Wisconsin as more people get vaccinated and the country experiences what seems like a lull in the pandemic. But people who have already lived with the
The fruitful endeavors of the life sciences industry are impossible to miss. The year 2021 begins with two Covid-19 vaccines developed, tested and approved for use in just under a year along with multiple treatments, diagnostics and other medical technology.
Whether you split custody 50-50 with your ex, parent your kids solo full time, or have some other type of arrangement, being a single dad isn’t easy. But you do your best to juggle it all yourself. That might
Laura Detweiler had a family history of high cholesterol and had spent years on and off medication. She lost her grandfather and dad to heart attacks when both men were still in their forties, but she stayed relatively healthy. Her
Life expectancy in the United States dropped a staggering one year during the first half of 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic caused its first wave of deaths, health officials are reporting.Minorities suffered the biggest impact, with Black Americans losing nearly
By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Sam Wong , Graham Lawton , Adam Vaughan , Conrad Quilty-Harper and Layal Liverpool A woman walks by a digital memorial to MTA workers called “Travels Far: A Memorial
Many people lost their jobs due to the pandemic. People in lockdown also were more likely to eat poorly, drink more alcohol and use drugs. Schold noted that overdoses have increased during the pandemic, a sign that progress has
As told to Kimberly RexIn October 2015, I had a busy life with a demanding career as a deputy head teacher at a high school in England and two daughters, ages 6 and 10. At 43, I was an active
By: Dr. Mohamed Djelmami-Hani Fear of COVID-19 is delaying critical care. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, reports are showing large number of cases of sudden cardiac death due to patient fear of going to hospitals or seeking care.