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LGBT service members, activists react to Trump's transgender ban
President Trump's Twitter announcment that transgender people won't be allowed to serve in the military was met with wide backlash.
House passes Republican health care bill
"The View" co-hosts discuss who would profit and who would suffer if the bill becomes law.
What patients need to know about new recommendations for prostate cancer screening
In a decision of concern to many middle-aged men and the doctors who care for them, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, or USPSTF, has changed its recommendation for prostate cancer screening specifically related to the blood test that measures prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, which can
St. Patrick's Day tales from the emergency room
Every March, millions of Americans don green garb, eat green food and drink green beer, all to celebrate a heritage that may not be theirs. On St. Patrick's Day , emergency room staffers prepare themselves for an uptick in patients, likely with several of them injured themselves in some sort of
Trump Flies to North Carolina Rally With 'Mad Dog' Mattis
The president-elect tweeted dissatisfaction with plans for "Trump Force One."
'The Bachelorette': Things Get Tense Between Chad and Evan
The tension between Chad and the other men on " The Bachelorette " reached dangerous levels on Monday night's episode -- so much so that host Chris Harrison had to intervene. The Chad drama heightened when he complained about participating in the group date, rather than a one-on-one date with
'The Bachelorette' Contestants: Meet the 26 Men Vying for JoJo Fletcher's Heart
It's the greatest day of the year, "Bachelorette" fans. The bios for this season's contestants have been released. Among the guys competing for JoJo Fletcher's heart: an erectile dysfunction specialist, a U.S. Marine, and yes, NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers ' younger brother, Jordan. Read on to meet
A Doctor on Why Patients Lie to Their Physicians
April Fool’s is here and everyone has a get-out-of-free card for the most inventive lie. Aside from the holiday of hoax, most people lie on occasion to avoid consequences or spare another person's feelings. But your doctor will tell you that fibbing may be harmful to your health. While many people
Heart Attack Survivors, Rejoice: Sex Is Still Okay for Some
Many things change after a heart attack , but new research suggests your sex life need not be one of them. German researchers studied more than 500 heart attack survivors, men and women, over a 10-year period. Patients who had sex at least once weekly had no higher risk of having a heart attack
Employees Working Long Hours Face Increased Risk of Stroke, Study Finds
A long work week doesn't just mean less time for fun or friends, it can also mean an increased risk for certain cardiac events such as stroke or heart attack , according to a new study. The large study published this week in the Lancet Medical Journal studied up to 603,838 individuals and found