We’re missing out on a better way to make flu vaccines

It’s going to be a rough flu season—and we have eggs to blame. Read More »

Stark braces for a nasty flu season

Health officials, both nationally and in Stark County, are predicting an early and possibly severe flu season. Read More »

Stark braces for a nasty flu season

Health officials, both nationally and in Stark County, are predicting an early and possibly severe flu season. Read More »

Mom Makes Viral Video On Differences Between Women, Men With Colds

The video was based off of the woman’s real-life experience with her husband. Read More »

Even low-dose contraceptives may slightly increase risk of breast cancer

The effects were small and seen with all hormonal products: pills, IUDs, patches, etc. Read More »

‘Epigenetic CRISPR’ edits DNA without cutting it

Look what happened when a man didn’t protect his shaven head from the sun. Here are 8 ways to protect your head from sunburns and other damage from the sun. Read More »

Just a Little Weight Loss May Cut Breast Cancer Risk

It’s never too late for women to lose weight to lower their breast cancer risk, a new study suggests. Read More »

New estimate says 46 million Americans headed to Alzheimer’s

Close to 50 million Americans could be in the early stages leading to Alzheimer’s disease right now, according to a new forecast. Read More »

Is Cheese Really Good For The Heart Now?

Cheese may be the latest food to be transferred from the ‘bad’ to the ‘good’ food list, with a new study hinting that a little cheese is good for the heart. But the operative word is a ‘little.’ Read More »

Flu cases double last year’s total, CDC says

More than 7,000 cases of influenza have been confirmed in the U.S. so far this flu season — more than double the number this time last year, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Read More »