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NFL star Ryan Jensen says a sleep apnea diagnosis 'saved my career'
The football star opens up about how before his diagnosis, he would spend nine hours in bed but get only 90 minutes of sleep.
NFL star Ryan Jensen says sleep apnea diagnosis 'saved my career'
Football star Ryan Jensen said that a sleep apnea diagnosis "saved my career," after he could not understand why he was losing his strength and never feeling rested even after being in bed for over 8 hours a night. The Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman told ABC News that three years ago his
Transgender army veteran speaks out on Trump's military transgender ban
Army veteran and transgender woman Laila Ireland reacts to Trump's decision to ban transgender people from the U.S. military.
The Coffee lover's diet
For most of us there are few things we look forward to more each day than that first cup of coffee. And if you find that category you will love this next segment award winning journalist and best selling author doctor Bob Arnott is here with his new book the copy lover's diet. All talking about not
Justice Department directs federal prosecutors to charge maximum sentences
"We are returning to the laws as passed by Congress," said Attorney General Jeff Sessions while announcing the new guidelines.
CDC working to keep yellow fever vaccine supply from running out
A year after the Zika outbreak hit the U.S., health officials are now concerned about preparing to fight another mosquito-borne illness: yellow fever. Today officials at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that they are taking urgent measures to keep the nation’s supply of
Medical student's death highlights high rates of physician suicides
Just three days into her fourth year of medical school, Kathryn Stascavage jumped to her death leaving fellow students and teachers at Mount Sinai Medical School stunned. In the days that followed, school officials held open meetings for students to share their feelings. There was grief and
Experts: 'Trumpcare' places autism, disability coverage in jeopardy
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins University say that proposed changes to the health care system under President Trump could have a profound effect on people with disabilities, according to an editorial published yesterday in The New England Journal of Medicine . Of
California nurses rally for bill on first state-run single payer health plan
Hundreds of California nurses and other community activists are rallying today in favor of a bill that could make the state the first to successfully launch a single-payer healthcare system. The groups see this as a chance for large state of California to show how a single-payer system can work and
AMA, Other Physicians Say Trump's Order Could Significantly Affect Medical System
With multiple doctors and medical students affected by President Trump's executive order to restrict immigration and visas from seven Muslim-majority nations, physicians' groups are warning about the potential for long-term detrimental impacts to the medical community. The American Medical