Hundreds of New Yorkers wearing pink hard hats and pink shirts form a pink ribbon in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Reducing Your Risk Of Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death among women in the U.S.


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New Breast Cancer Treatment Could Be A Game Changer

3:56Firefighter pets a dog.

Therapy Dogs Are Helping Firefighters With Their Mental Health

A woman stands hear her home in Beni, eastern Congo.
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Panel Finds 80 Alleged Abuse Cases Tied To W.H.O. Congo Work

2:54A bed inside a health facility.

Colorado Facility Offers A Safe Space For Mental Health

3:25Black Girls Smile Inc. website

Advocates Work To Reverse Suicide Statistics Among Black Teens

2:23Man holds a canvas.

KSTU: Utah Teen Creates Art To Help With His Cancer Recovery

1:45Farmer looks over a rail.

WLEX: Program Seeks To Support Kentucky Farmers' Mental Health

vehicles drive on a highway as smog envelops the area of Lahore, Pakistan
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U.N. Health Agency Releases Air Quality Guidelines

2:51Woman and kids stand in a cafeteria.

WRTV: Indiana Woman Shares Her Love Of Cooking With Kids

2:37Lawyer sits at a desk.

Lawyers Help Clients With Legal Woes To Benefit Their Mental Health

1:35A paramedic stands by an ambulance.

WLEX: Kentucky Paramedics Struggle To Keep Up With Patient Surge

1:59Person holds a cigarette.

Would A Tobacco Tax Hike Break A Campaign Promise By President Biden?

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Man Starts Nonprofit To Find Treatment For Brother's Rare Disease


How Your Neighborhood Could Impact Your Risk Of Disability

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Nearly 3 Million Get Health Coverage During COVID-19 Sign-up

3:43Doctor touches a patient's arm.

A Controversial Alzheimer's Drug Gives Hope To Some Families

3:20Texas Capitol

What The Texas Abortion Law Could Mean For Other States

2:49Baby sleeps in an incubator

How Do Wildfires Impact Pregnancy?

2:48Cow stands behind gate

WTMJ: Farming Family Helps Others Deal With Pressures Of The Industry

2:00An arrangement of pills of the opioid oxycodone-acetaminophen.
Patrick Sison / AP

Drug Overdoses Have Increased Amid The Pandemic

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Mental Health Trends And Harmful Half-Truths

0:25Firefighters make their way through rubble after terrorists crashed airliners into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
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Study: Early 9/11 Responders More Likely To Develop Lung Disease

4:13The Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Montana
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Fort Peck Tribes Embrace Natural Recovery From Addiction

2:08Clinic manager Angelle Harris walks in the front door of the Whole Woman's Health clinic in Fort Worth, Texas.
Tony Gutierrez / AP

Some Texans Are Seeking Abortion Services Elsewhere

A woman holds a sign with a picture of her son and wears a sign of others' loved ones lost to OxyContin and other opioids.
Jessica Hill / AP

Deal With OxyContin Maker Leaves Families Angry, Conflicted

Pill bottles at a protest against Oxycontin, Purdue Pharma and the Sackler family.
Jessica Hill / AP

Judge Conditionally Approves Purdue Pharma Opioid Settlement

0:26Naomi Osaka, of Japan, speaks to the crowd
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Naomi Osaka Wins U.S. Open Return

2:10Man looks at a horse.

KMGH: Horses Help Heal Colorado Veterans Battling PTSD

3:55Monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19
Joe Cavaretta / AP

Survey Indicates Black Patients Aren't Offered Antibody COVID Therapy

0:32Jacob Blake's sister Letetra Widman and uncle Justin Blake march at a rally.
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Jacob Blake Learning To Walk Again Following Police Shooting