Dr. Michael Mosley: How to live a longer, healthier life thanks to these simple lifestyle changes

At 65 and a half years old, I’m fast approaching retirement age (for men and women in my cohort, it’s 66). While I’m happy to continue doing what I’m doing (writing, making TV documentaries and podcasts), many of my friends are retiring—and most seem content with their new, less wealthy but more relaxed lives. Of … Read more

A cancer-fighting version of herpes shows promise in early human trials

An illustration of a herpes simplex virus. Illustration: Shutterstock (Shutterstock) Scientists may be able to turn a longtime bacterial enemy into a cancer-fighting ally, new research suggests this week. In preliminary data from a phase I trial, a genetically modified version of the herpes virus has shown promise in treating difficult-to-eradicate tumors, with one patient … Read more

How to manage your finances when inflation is high, interest rates keep rising and research shows women’s financial well-being drops to five-year low

Hello, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. ‘No wonder consumer confidence is down’: Women’s financial well-being dips to five-year low, survey finds Only 14% of women say they are prepared for a recession compared to 30% of men, according to a survey by Ellevest, a women’s investment platform. Read more The weekend reads: How to … Read more

New study shows that reusable contact lenses can cause blindness

Don’t be blind to the risk of contacts! Wearing reusable contact lenses can lead to a rare infection that causes vision loss, according to eye-opening new research. People who wear lenses for multiple uses are nearly four times more likely to develop a corneal infection that causes blindness than people who wear disposables, according to … Read more

How the IPO market went from ‘boom to bust’ – CNBC

How the IPO market went from ‘boom to bust’CNBC

Cancer deaths in US falling steadily with better treatments, prevention – TODAY

Cancer deaths in the US are falling steadily with better treatments, preventionTODAY More Americans are surviving cancer now than ever beforePopular Science Roswell Park publishes ‘WNY Cancer Snapshot’ assessing the impact of cancer throughout the regionWKBW TV | Buffalo, New York Cancer death rates are falling in the US with 18 million survivors currentlyWXYZ-TV Detroit … Read more

Is the pandemic over? We asked an economist, an education expert and a public health researcher for their views

But for many Americans who have long since returned to pre-COVID 19 activities and are now being forced back into the office, the remark may ring true. The problem is that what “back to normal” feels like can vary from person to person, depending on the individual’s circumstances and by what criteria they judge the … Read more

Ye Apologizes To Kim Kardashian, Opens Up About Co-Parenting | ABCNL – ABC News

Ye Apologizes To Kim Kardashian, Opens Up About Co-Parenting | ABCNLABC News Ye West apologizes to Kim Kardashian in ‘GMA’ interviewCNN Ye talk about battle with Gap, co-parents tomorrow exclusive l GMAGood morning America Kanye West Apologizes To Kim Kardashian For ‘Any Stress I’ve Caused’ Amid Parenting BattlesPEOPLE Kanye West talks God, fatherhood and running … Read more