Men and women both have skin, both live on the same earth with the same sun above, and are both prone to skin cancer. (Actually, white men are more likely than white women to die of skin cancer.) So why do so many men refuse to wear sunscreen?
Kern County Public Health announced there has been a second measles exposure in Kern County. According to Public Health, a person diagnosed with measles traveled through Kern County while infectious. On July 23, 2019, the person visited Popeye’s located…
Sesame allergy is growing in the U.S., affecting more than 1.5 million Americans, according to a new study. Food manufacturers are not required to list the ingredient on labels.
Doctors barely managed to save her life after determining she had developed sepsis from capnocytophaga, a bacteria in dog saliva that can be transferred from a bite, or even by licking a small cut or scratch.