Women in the military have a tremendous amount on their plate: Besides risking their lives in combat, they have to contend with post-traumatic stress disorder, and even sexual assault and harassment by fellow soldiers or officers. But research shows they may have something even more disturbing to cope with: an increased risk of breast cancer.
New York City health officials said Thursday that a health care worker who recently returned from West Africa has tested positive for Ebola. The patient, identified as Dr. Craig Spencer by city officials, had been working with Doctors Without Borders helping to treat Ebola patients in Guinea, one of three countries hit hard by the disease, The New York Times reported.
As people get increasingly conscientious about what we put into our mouths—is it low fat? Low sugar? Gluten free?—we’re also getting more judgmental other people’s food choices. Here’s why that needs to stop.