Gillian Mohney, Healthline

Gillian Mohney


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Gillian:

Coronavirus Outbreak: Live Updates

The new coronavirus outbreak initially identified in China is continuing to grow after it was first detected. → Read More

'Jeopardy' Host Alex Trebek Says He's 'Feeling Good' During Cancer Tre

Alex Trebek's announcement highlights a disease that affects more than 50,000 people every year, according to the American Cancer Society. Diagnoses of pancreatic cancer account for a fraction of the 1.7 million cancer diagnoses in the U.S. but it is a virulent disease. The overall five-year survival rate is about <a href="https → Read More

FDA Approves First New Flu Medication in 20 Years: What to Know

For the first time in 20 years, there's a new flu medication available. The drug called Xofluza helps stop the viral replication of the flu virus. → Read More

Everything you need to know about Ebola

The Democratic Republic of the Congo is fighting its 10th outbreak of the Ebola virus. Here is a look at the causes, the symptoms and the history of the deadly disease. → Read More

Here’s What You Need to Know About the Salmonella Outbreak in Melons

The CDC is reporting a salmonella outbreak in fresh cut melons. Here’s some safety tips for your summer picnic. → Read More

Check Your Fridge. That’s Where Salmonella Eggs Are Likely to Be

More than 200 million eggs have been recalled. Here’s some information on how to avoid salmonella and why there have been so many recent outbreaks. → Read More

Dementia and Antidepressant Medication

Study finds people who took a type of drug called anticholinergics were more likely to develop dementia. Here’s why. → Read More

Healthy Obesity: Is It a Real Thing?

A new research paper states that the term should be retired. Other experts say the assumption obese people are unhealthy causes a variety of problems. → Read More

Modern Workplace Toxicity

Jeffrey Pfeffer says the workplace could be the sixth leading cause of death. → Read More

The Rise and Fall of the Controversial Doctor Behind Deep Brain Stimulation

Author Lone Frank talks about Dr. Robert Heath, who was hailed a pioneer and criticized as an exploiter during his career. → Read More

Opioid Overdose Deaths Increasing

CDC estimates more than 42,000 people overdosed on opioids in 2016. Fentanyl-related drugs are one of the major reasons. → Read More

Breast Implants and Rare Lymphoma Cancer

Hundreds of cases have been diagnosed, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Here’s some important information about the disease. → Read More

Bee Acupuncture: Potential Dangers

Experts warn this Goop-approved treatment can be ineffective and even dangerous for some people. → Read More

Brain Surgery and iPhones

Researchers have found that old iPhones could replace expensive surgical equipment. In some ways, the devices are easier to use, too. → Read More

Anesthesia Impact on Memory

Researchers conclude that middle-aged people have a higher risk of memory loss and cognition decline after undergoing surgical anesthesia. → Read More

Ovarian Cancer Risk: Father to Daughter

Researchers found evidence that a mutation on a father’s X chromosome may increase the risk of passing ovarian cancer on to their daughters. → Read More

Opioids and Serious Infection

Opioids can impair the immune system and lead to illnesses such as meningitis and pneumonia. → Read More

Suicide Increase After Robin Williams’ Death

Researchers say the media coverage of the comedian’s death may be connected to the rise in suicides in the months following the event. → Read More

Cancer Treatment by Remote Control

Researchers are looking into a CAR T-cell therapy in which ultrasound waves activate cancer-fighting agents. → Read More

Dementia Patients and Social Interaction

Researchers say providing one hour of social activities can reduce agitation levels and improve dementia patients’ quality of life. → Read More