Texas teacher’s $109K heart attack bill reduced to $332 After NPR story

After a Texas teacher questioned his $108,951 hospital bill for a life-threatening heart attack in an NPR story, his bill has since been reduced to $332.29.

I survived breast cancer—but my treatment left me with permanent side effects no one talks about

Read Lora’s story who underwent a screening mammogram and got the results from her primary care physician.

Boron slashes risk of prostate cancer

While there currently is no cure for prostate cancer, there is a growing body of evidence suggesting that the mineral boron can play a key role in protecting men against this deadly cancer, says NaturaslHealth365.

Optimum Performance: Does playing football have a hidden risk?

If you thought football players were at risk for concussive head blows, and the trauma associated with high speed, repetitive collisions, those issues may pale in comparison to the results of new research in the September issue of Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (MSSE).

Study: emergency room visits decrease As urgent cares become more popular

According to a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine on September 4, emergency department visits from 2008 to 2015 for low-acuity conditions dropped by 36 percent, while visits to non-emergent care facilities, such as urgent care centers or calls in to telemedicine services, grew by 140 percent.

Mom diagnosed with colon cancer urges others to get screened early

A 32-year-old mother’s video message urging others to listen to their bodies and get their symptoms checked has gone viral after she shared that she was diagnosed with colon cancer just days prior.