FORT KENT, Maine — A Maine judge on Friday rejected a bid by state health officials to restrict the movement of nurse Kaci Hickox, who defied a state quarantine for medical workers who have treated Ebola patients.
Do you think you have the power to stop somebody from making a really bad decision?
If so, you probably don't have kids.
The first thing I do on Halloween when my kids come home from trick-or-treating is go through their bags and steal all of their Snickers bars.
Ebola is scary, and images of the virus raging across West Africa — sending people delirious with fever, bleeding and desperate for care into the streets — certainly do nothing to calm Americans' fears.
FORT KENT, Maine
Hours after nurse Kaci Hickox flaunted her rejection of a state quarantine by taking a bicycle ride, the governor of Maine said Thursday that talks had broken down and that the state intended to use its full authority to limit the movements of the nurse who had treated Ebola patients in …
Don't throw that Halloween pumpkin away! It could be better for your eyesight than those carrots your mother told you to eat.
Picture this: After a long day at the office (or the kids' soccer field) you open your front door and are greeted by the heady aroma of a steamy, meaty stew. You have been richly rewarded for spending mere minutes in the morning assembling dinner in your slow cooker.
Wishing you could control certain food cravings is a common fantasy, and feeling guilty after not being able to do so is a common consequence. The guilt comes from the assumption that you should be in complete control and are to blame if you're not.
A 29-year-old terminally ill woman who planned to take her life Saturday under Oregon's death-with-dignity law released a video this week saying she'll likely wait.
TAMPA — The next time you are admitted to a local hospital or check in at an outpatient medical center, don't be surprised if you are asked for more than your name and insurance card.