File Title
1 Vitamin D to Mammogram, 6 Tests Important for Mothers for Healthier Lifestyle
2 A high school science project that seeks to help prevent suicide: NPR
3 First-ever full-size Titanic digital scan reveals entirely new view of the wreck: NPR
4 Late actor John Mills' six tips for living into your late 90s
5 Major aphthous ulcers in the mouth could signal a vitamin deficiency
6 6 Lifestyle Changes to Prevent BP in People in Their 30s
7 More states are requiring patients to give consent for medical students performing pelvic exams
8 Ghost of William Jennings Bryan haunts Trump's next run for the White House: NPR
9 Bowel cancer expert shares early symptoms of the disease
10 Judge says high school can require a trans girl to dress as a boy for graduation: NPR
11 Climate change is shrinking lakes for a quarter of the world's population: NPR
12 Experts call for investigation over 'catastrophe' of post-COVID excess deaths
13 Maryland man shows AR-15-style rifle near school bus stop to protest gun laws: NPR
14 Minnesota bill legalizing recreational pot passes Senate, heads to governor's desk
15 Smoke from Canada wildfires prompts air quality alerts in Colorado, Montana
16 Hay fever mistakes that could be making symptoms worse
17 Dementia warning signs could include hoarding items, says expert
18 Adding flaxseeds to your diet could lower high blood pressure in weeks
19 Kinsey Institute experts study sex, gender as misconceptions block state dollars
20 How Linoleic Acid Wrecks Your Health
21 6 Early Signs to Look Out for and How to Manage It [Hormonal Imbalance]
22 How to Save Your Life and Those You Love When Hospitalized
23 Expert shares how to spot dementia related personality changes
24 4-Step Bedtime Routine to Follow for a Healthy Lifestyle
25 At least nine people have died in a stampede at a soccer stadium in El Salvador: NPR
26 Life-threatening psoriasis left mum looking like 'burns victim'--until she found cure / UK / News
27 President Zelenskyy says Bakhmut is destroyed as Russia claims victory there: NPR
28 Expert shares two hot drinks that could help lower cholesterol levels
29 Here's what could happen in markets if the U.S. defaults: NPR
30 Japan's atomic bomb survivors hope G-7 firms up support for nuclear disarmament: NPR
31 BBQ season is here. How to stay safe as the risk of food-borne illness spikes--National
32 A pipeline rupture in Satartia, Mississippi has lessons for future CO2 projects: NPR
33 Sleep expert's four tips to prevent snoring for a better night's sleep
34 Back in hoodies and gym shorts, Fetterman tackles Senate life after depression treatment
35 The next show you watch could be filmed in Mexico City: NPR
36 Trump CEO over Voice of America repeatedly abused power, investigation finds: NPR
37 Both sides are casting blame on each other as the debt limit deadline approaches: NPR
38 Why 30 Minutes of Nature
39 Heart healthy diet in 4 easy steps--expert recommends foods to eat
40 Revolutionary health app by Canadian doctor on the brink of helping space missions
41 Martina Navratilova says she's doing 'OK' after being diagnosed with cancer
42 Ukraine secures military aid, including advanced fighter jets, at G-7 summit: NPR
43 Canadian wildfire smoke prompts air quality warnings in the northwestern U.S.: NPR
44 An Indiana man died after a grenade found in his relative's belongings exploded: NPR
45 Daniel Penny says he felt no shame after the NYC subway death of Jordan Neely: NPR
46 Saudi astronauts, including nation's 1st woman, catch a SpaceX flight to space station: NPR
47 8-year-old girl sought medical help 3 times on day she died, US immigration officials say
48 Death of 8-year-old girl in Border Patrol custody highlights challenges providing medical care
49 Manufactured Crisis--HPV, Hype and Horror
50 Poo meaning--what a runny, hard or floating stool could be saying about your health
51 Addicted to Midnight Snacking? 6 Ways to Curb Unhealthy Late-Night Food Cravings
52 Singapore's prime minister tests positive for COVID-19
53 Civil rights groups warn tourists about traveling to Florida: NPR
54 Dementia calculator predicts over-55s risk in next five years--online test
55 Grandad, 71, cured of cancer without any chemotherapy--'It's over'
56 Risky arsenic levels hit dwindling water supply in Colorado's San Luis Valley: Shots
57 Quality of life issues are at the heart of airline pilot contract talks: NPR
58 The Supreme Court and 'The Shadow Docket': NPR
59 Skin cancer symptoms may include a lump--nurse details her symptoms
60 Sen. Patty Murray wants insurers to cover over-the-counter birth control.: NPR
61 Mosquitoes attracted to body odour, new research finds
62 Warner Bros. CEO booed by Boston University grads during his commencement speech: NPR
63 These are the people who will be impacted by a U.S. debt default: NPR
64 Dr. Mosley recommends protein-packed breakfast to stave off dementia
65 Target is recalling nearly 5 million candles that can cause burns, lacerations: NPR
66 Greece's center-right wins elections but still seeks majority: NPR
67 More women sue Texas, asking court to put emergency block on state's abortion law
68 Amid FTA talks, top pharma firms urge govt. not to amend patents law, warn of impact on cheap meds
69 Kurt Cobain's broken guitar sells for nearly $600,000: NPR
70 More Texas women sue the state over its anti-abortion laws: NPR
71 Cancer warning labels will go on alcohol bottles in Ireland--a world first--National
72 High cholesterol symptoms could be felt in the toes 'especially at night'
73 Woman, 27, had bowel, bladder and vagina removed due to rare tumour
74 Zelenskyy scores weapons, as Russia claims to take Bakhmut: NPR
75 Nebraska governor to sign 12-week abortion ban, limits on gender-affirming care for minors
76 Ireland will require specific health warnings on alcoholic beverages: NPR
77 Severe Asthma and Lung Cancer: What's the Link?
78 New Moms Breastfed Longer During Pandemic
79 TikTok sues Montana over law banning the app: NPR
80 Swallowed Razors, Magnets, and More: New Advice for Doctors
81 She holds the NASA record for time spent in space. This week she headed back: NPR
82 Mum of 40,000 pounds IVF twins nearly died during birth but says it's been worth it
83 New nasal spray to reverse fentanyl and other opioid overdoses gets FDA approval
84 A TikTok video of rehabbing a discarded couch stirs a debate over bedbug risk: NPR
85 Lawsuit targets ambulance company for paramedic accused of sexually assaulting 2 elderly women
86 AI was likely behind faked images of an explosion at the Pentagon: NPR
87 The FDA approves Opvee, a new nasal spray to reverse opioid overdoses: NPR
88 Health experts show worrying number of dentists in NHS as figure hits decade low
89 Over 150 doctors on strike at NYC hospital that was once called pandemic epicenter
90 Unable to fight now, two Ukrainian amputees walk to raise funds for a military hospital
91 Why do so many Black women die in pregnancy? One reason: Doctors don't take them seriously
92 A lifetime of racism makes Alzheimer's more prevalent in Black Americans
93 Medical racism in history causes health inequalities for Black Americans
94 NIH Spends $1 Billion Studying Long COVID--Produces Nothing
95 5 takeaways from AP's series on health disparities impacting Black Americans
96 Black children are more likely to have asthma. A lot comes down to where they live
97 Three diet tips to 'lower your blood pressure naturally,' according to an expert
98 High blood pressure plagues many Black Americans. Combined with COVID, it's catastrophic
99 Woman, 61, diagnosed with atrial fibrillation shares symptoms
100 Lung cancer symptoms and causes after teacher who doesn't smoke diagnosed
101 Car seats and baby formula are regulated. Is social media next?
102 Climate change insurance research center launches: NPR
103 The U.S. Surgeon General has some tips for parents and teens on social media use
104 Autopsy cites neglect for man's death in bedbug-infested Georgia jail cell: NPR
105 How to sleep--avoid drink that can 'cause fragmented sleep'
106 Could nitrates in vegetables pose cancer risk? New study asks
107 Cannabis use during pregnancy raising concern about birth risks
108 WHO says 'overstretched' in response due to growing number of health emergencies globally
109 Veterans are less likely to support hate or extreme political groups: NPR
110 Adolescence is a time of breathtaking development and opportunity for the brain.: Shots
111 Appendix emergency saddles American expat with huge hospital bill: Shots
112 Double amputee Everest climber pledges to work for benefit of people with disabilities
113 Doctors are reluctant to practice in states that banned abortion: Shots
114 Apples and blackberries could help prevent frailty, study suggests