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South Korea Takes Steps to Suspend Licenses of Striking Doctors

South Korea’s government began steps Monday to suspend the medical licenses of thousands of striking junior doctors, days after they missed a govern...

Indonesia Grapples With Obesity Issues

March 4 is World Obesity Day. Indonesia is facing a disparity in obesity rates among adults. Almost half of the country’s women are overweight or ob...

Norovirus Illnesses Rising; Here's What You Need to Know

Cases of norovirus, a nasty stomach bug that spreads easily, are climbing in the Northeastern U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention rep...

Number of Abortions in US Remains Steady, Report Finds

The number of abortions performed each month in the United States is about the same as before the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and the na...

Weather Delays SpaceX Launch Taking US, Russians to ISS

A planned launch on Saturday of a mission to take three American astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut to the International Space Station was scrubbed be...

CDC Relaxes COVID Guidelines; Will Schools, Day Cares Follow Suit?

Four years after the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools and upended child care, the CDC says parents can start treating the virus like other respiratory...