#Health

  • Biggest Loser contestant has died at age 30!

    Former “The Biggest Loser” contestant Daniel Wright has died after a battle with leukemia, according to fellow ex-contenders on the weight-loss reality TV show. Wright, 30, who competed in Seasons 7 and 8 of the NBC show, passed away Sunday night, his former castmates said. “I am so so...
  • Watch: Whoopi Goldberg Shares Today How She Came Close To Dying Recently!

    Following her weeks-long absence from The View, co-host Whoopi Goldbergmade a special appearance on Friday’s episode, updating viewers on her recent health struggles via a pre-recorded message. “It’s me! I am here. I am up and moving around — not as fast as I’d like to be, but I’m OK. I’m...
  • Nick Cannon gives an update on how Wendy Williams is doing!

    Nick Cannon spilled the tea during his his 1st day filling in for Wendy Williams on Feb. 4! Wendy extended her TV hiatus as she continues to battle Graves’ disease. Nick, who spoke with Wendy and her husband, gave an update on her condition. Nick Cannon, 38, opened The...
  • Health department poured bleach on food meant for the homeless

    Missouri health department officials admitted to pouring bleach on food meant for homeless people earlier this month, claiming the volunteers preparing and serving food didn’t have permits. On Nov. 5, Kansas City health department employees dumped vats of chili and soup as well as sandwiches in bags and soaked...
  • No Amount Of Alcohol Is Good For Your Health, Global Study Claims

    Countless scientific studies have espoused that a glass of red wine a day can be good for the heart, but a new sweeping global study published in The Lancet on Friday, rejects the idea that any drinking can be healthy. No amount of alcohol is safe, according to The...
  • Two injured in shooting incident at Indiana middle school: police

    (Reuters) – Two people were injured in a shooting incident at an Indiana middle school on Friday and a suspect was in custody, the Indiana State Police said. The victims were taken to a hospital, said the State Police, which did not provide further details on them. Local TV...
  • CDC report shows Minnesota as hot spot for tick-related illnesses

    Insect-borne diseases have tripled in the United States since 2004, and Minnesota has emerged as an epicenter of tick-related illnesses. With 26,886 confirmed cases of tick-borne infections between 2004 and 2016, Minnesota had the seventh highest tally in the U.S., according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and...
  • Here’s a new reason why eating out might be bad for your health

    (CNN) Dining out frequently is known to increase one’s intake of unhealthy sugars and fats. But a new study suggests that there’s another reason to eat at home more often: phthalates. Phthalates are potentially harmful chemicals found in hundreds of consumer products, including perfumes, hair sprays, shampoos and the...
  • University of Montana receives $1 million for health and medicine efforts

    The University of Montana announced Thursday it is receiving $1 million in seed money from the Madrona Hill Foundation for the school’s health and medicine efforts. “Everyone deserves access to high quality care providers, and with this private support, (UM’s health and medicine initiative) is taking the lead in...