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How to Stay Safe in the 'Heat Dome' Coming This Weekend
The dog days of summer are officially set to arrive this weekend with much of the continental U.S. expected to wilt under a what the National Weather Service is calling a "heat dome." The weather will "push the heat index to well over 100 degrees across a large portion of the central U.S the agency
Teen Gets Heart Transplant Day After Spending Prom at Hospital
A Seattle teen says she feels "awake" again after getting a heart transplant the day after celebrating prom in the hospital. The surgery was eight years in the making since Isabella Anderson was told at age 10 that she would likely need a heart transplant to stay alive. Diagnosed as a child with
The Early Signs of Stroke You Need to Know—Even If You’re Young
In a very sad and shocking turn of events, social media star and model Katie May died last week after suffering a stroke . The New York Daily News reported that May, 34, had “tweaked her neck” when she fell during a photo shoot in late January, and that she had tweeted that she had “pinched a
Top Nine Revelations in Diana Nyad's New Book 'Find a Way'
Sharks, jellyfish, storms and 110.86 miles of open water couldn't stop Diana Nyad from making history. The superstar swimmer, then 64, conquered the route from Cuba to Key West on her fifth attempt, becoming the first to do so without a shark cage. Nyad opens up about her historical 2013 feat and
Billie Jean King Talks US Open, Serena Williams
The tennis legend shares her thoughts on the tournament and Serena Williams' attempt to win a Grand Slam.
Serena struggles with nerves, just like everyone else
NEW YORK -- Sam Stosur was "nervous as anything" sitting outside the women's dressing room before the 2010 French Open finals when her coached spotted Rafael Nadal walking by and jokingly asked, "Rafa, do you have any tips for nerves?" Nadal, who had already won four French titles and the next day
Long Hours at Work Increase Stroke Risk , Says Study
Workers who toil for long hours faced high risk of both stroke and heart attack.
Record Heat: How the Body Reacts to Soaring Temperatures
Officials in both Iran and Iraq declared a mandatory holiday this month after temperatures soared far into the triple digits. In Iraq , temperatures reached a sweltering 126 degrees and officials declared a mandatory holiday to try and protect people from succumbing to the heat. In Iran, the
How to Tell When a Headache Requires a Trip to the ER
Most of the time, a headache isn’t an emergency. But in general, you should seek help if it’s the worst headacheof your life, or if it’s severe and unlike others you’ve had before. An extreme headache can be the first sign that you have a cerebral aneurysm, which is a weak area in the wall of a
4 Surprising Things Your Nose Can Tell You About Your Health
No one appreciates their sense of smell when they pass a trash heap or accidentally step in dog poop. But your nose knows a lot—not just when things stink. In fact, your ability to smell, or not, can tell you a lot about your health. Here, why you shouldn’t take your whiffing powers for granted. A