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China fines ex-NBA star over quarantine comments

How a blood donor policy change could save lives

Polio wastewater testing expanded to 2 more states

HIV tests dropped by one-third during pandemic

Most states have high levels of flu-like activity

Marijuana may be more harmful than cigarettes

90% of COVID deaths among elderly: CDC

Protests of strict lockdown hit Shanghai, other China cities

Angry crowds in China call for Xi to step down

ABC News Live: Biden, Macron kick off first state visit

HIV prevention advocate talks ending the epidemic

Examining FDAs policies on blood donations from gay and bisexual men

Boosting your bone health at any age

HIV testing dropped by one-third during COVID-19 pandemic: CDC

Documentary shows recovery process of family battling substance abuse

Biden, Macron highlight shared goal to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030

ABC News Live: President Biden meets with President Macron ahead of state dinner

Health departments are raising awareness about HIV prevention for World Aids Day

The NYPD now has legal authority to hospitalize the mentally ill involuntarily

China fines former NBA star Lin over quarantine comments

Chinas professional basketball league has fined former NBA star Jeremy Lin for making inappropriate remarks about quarantine facilities for his Chinese team

10 Los Angeles students appear to OD on cannabis edibles

Ten Los Angeles students appear to have overdosed on edible cannabis products at their middle school in the San Fernando Valley

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky on evolving medical treatments and combating stigmas. Tina Knowles Lawson remembers her nephew, known as Uncle Johnny to daughters Beyonc and Solange.

HIV prevention advocate talks ending the epidemic

Mitchell Warren, Executive Director of AVAC, talks HIV prevention, access to medicine, treatment and ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Doctors alarmed as surge in RSV cases fills German hospitals

Intensive care doctors in Germany are warning that hospital pediatric units in the country are stretched to breaking point in part due to rising cases of respiratory infections among infants

HIV testing dropped by one-third during COVID-19 pandemic: CDC

Testing increased in late 2020, but not up to pre-pandemic levels.

Prosecutors move to dismiss Wisconsin abortion ban challenge

A group of prosecutors is asking a judge to toss out a lawsuit challenging Wisconsins 173-year-old ban on abortions

How a potential change to FDAs blood donor policy could save lives

The news came on the eve of World AIDS Day.

ACLU warns Tenn. hospital over transgender treatment policy

Civil rights advocates say a Memphis hospital is no longer providing gender-affirming surgeries

Health departments are raising awareness about HIV prevention for World Aids Day

According to HIV.Gov, approximately 1.2 million people in the U.S. are living with HIV but the CDC says PrEP drugs can reduce the risk of infection by 99% when taken daily.

Absolutely alarming: HIV tests dropped by one-third during pandemic, CDC says

The number of tests increased in late 2020, but not to pre-pandemic levels.

The NYPD now has legal authority to hospitalize the mentally ill involuntarily

: This new directive comes after several instances of violence in the last year, but its sparking backlash and debate about how to tackle issues of homelessness and mental health.

FDA may change its blood donation policy

The change would allow more gay and bisexual men to donate blood.

With the threat of a tripledemic in the U.S., how can you tell the difference between COVID-19, the flu and RSV?

African continent finally to receive 1st mpox vaccines

Africas top public health body says the continent is set to receive its first batch of mpox vaccines as a donation from South Korea

China eases some virus controls, searches pedestrians

More Chinese cities are easing anti-virus restrictions and police are patrolling their streets as the government tries to defuse public anger over some of the worlds most stringent COVID measures

Chinese vaccine plans spark hope for end of zero COVID

A campaign to vaccinate older Chinese has sparked hopes Beijing might roll back severe anti-virus controls that prompted angry protesters to demand President Xi Jinping resign

More than 90% of COVID deaths occurring among elderly adults: CDC

The data showcases the lack of boosters received by the older population.

Judge OKs federal intervention in struggling water system

The U.S. Justice Department has received a federal judges approval to carry out its proposal to improve the precarious water system in Mississippis capital city

Oklahoma citizen-led initiative would codify abortion access

An Oklahoma man is preparing to try to gather over 173,000 signatures and millions of dollars in fundraising to put abortion access up for public vote in a state with one of the nations most restrictive abortion laws

FDA clears 1st fecal transplant treatment for gut infection

U.S. officials approved the first pharmaceutical-grade version of the fecal transplant procedures that doctors have increasingly used to treat a potentially life-threatening intestinal infection

Polio wastewater testing expanded to 2 more states

It comes after a single case of polio was detected in New York in July.

Yale University sued over student mental health policies

Yale University is being accused of discriminating against students with mental health disabilities, including pressuring some to withdraw from the prestigious institution and then placing unreasonable burdens on those who seek to be reinstated

More than 90% of COVID deaths occurring among adults over age 65, CDC data shows

Older adults have never made up such a high share of deaths, data shows.

US officials say 2 more places will test sewage for polio

Philadelphia and Oakland County, Michigan, are joining the small list of U.S. localities that are looking for signs of polio infections in sewage

Drug slows Alzheimers but can it make a real difference?

New data shows an experimental Alzheimers drug modestly slowed the brain diseases inevitable worsening

The AP Interview: IMF head urges China to end mass lockdowns

The head of the International Monetary Fund says its time for China to move away from mass lockdowns under its zero-COVID approach

Indiana attorney general asks medical board to penalize doctor who spoke about abortion for 10-year-old Ohio rape victim

Indiana attorney general asks medical board to penalize doctor who spoke about abortion for 10-year-old Ohio rape victim

China vows crackdown on hostile forces as public tests Xi

Chinas ruling Communist Party has vowed to resolutely crack down on infiltration and sabotage activities by hostile forces.

Alzheimers drug lecanemab can slow cognitive decline, study shows

Dr. Leah Croll, a neurology professor at Temple University, breaks down promising findings with the new Alzheimers drug lecanemab.

What to know about Chinas zero COVID policy and its effectiveness

Citizens have been protesting the strict lockdown measures in place since 2020.

New data shows Alzheimers drug can slow cognitive decline

New clinical trial data showed a new drug can slow cognitive decline in Alzheimers patients, potentially paving the way for a drug to hit the U.S. market next year.

Syria receives cholera vaccines ahead of inoculation drive

Syria has received two million doses of cholera vaccines, the first to reach the war-torn country during a monthslong outbreak

China vows crackdown on hostile forces as public tests Xi

Chinas ruling Communist Party has vowed to resolutely crack down on infiltration and sabotage activities by hostile forces.

Companies announce promising data showing Alzheimers drug can slow cognitive decline

The drug slowed the rate of cognitive decline in patients with early disease.

Twitter ends enforcement of COVID misinformation policy

Twitter is no longer enforcing its policy against misinformation about COVID-19

EXPLAINER: Why are Chinas COVID rules so strict?

At the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, China set out its zero-COVID measures that were harsh, but not out of line with what many other countries were doing to try and contain the virus

Plea deal in attacks on California Planned Parenthood clinic

Federal prosecutors say a Southern California man has admitted to firing BB guns at a Planned Parenthood clinic at least 11 times and agreed to plead guilty to two crimes

Big tobacco tries to stop California flavored tobacco ban

R.J. Reynolds and other tobacco companies filed a request Tuesday asking the U.S. Supreme Court to impose an emergency order to stop California from enforcing a ban on flavored tobacco products.

Study: U.S. gun death rates hit highest levels in decades

A new study says the U.S. gun death rate last year hit its highest mark in nearly three decades

Mayor says NYC will treat mentally ill, even if they refuse

New York City Mayor Eric Adams has announced a new initiative that would allow authorities to more aggressively intervene to help people in need of mental health treatment

What to know about the deadliest bird flu outbreak in history

Avian influenza poses a low risk to humans, experts say.

ND high court asked to lift injunction against abortion ban

An attorney for North Dakota has asked the state Supreme Court to strike down an injunction that had blocked the states abortion ban, saying a lower court judge was wrong to grant it

Flu cases on the rise across the US

Nearly two-thirds of the states across the country are reporting either high or very high levels of influenza-like activity, according to the CDC.

Very high or high flu-like activity reported in two-thirds of states

Last year, just two states were reporting high levels.

The AP Interview: IMF head urges China to end mass lockdowns

The head of the International Monetary Fund says its time for China to move away from mass lockdowns under its zero-COVID approach

At least 53,000 currently hospitalized with flu: CDC

There have been nearly 3,000 flu-related deaths since October with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention saying deaths are at their highest rate in 10 years for this time of year.

Houston lifts boil-water order affecting more than 2 million

More than 2 million people were advised to boil their water before drinking.

Houston officials lift boil-water order affecting more than 2 million people, say supply is now safe

Houston officials lift boil-water order affecting more than 2 million people, say supply is now safe

AP Interview: IMF chief urges targeted COVID policy in China

The head of the International Monetary Fund says its time for China to move away from mass lockdowns under its zero-COVID approach

In Minnesotas worst measles outbreak, a battle of beliefs over vaccines

What patients need to know about new recommendations for prostate cancer screening

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