Teen's Mom Battles for Access to Critical Insulin

Teen's Mom Battles for Access to Critical Insulin
Teen's Mom Battles for Access to Critical Insulin


For Ruby Smart, 15, Levemir is the insulin medication that works best to control her type 1 diabetes — but the manufacturer is discontinuing it.

Alison Smart is on a mission to protect her daughter's access to the drug.


Is extreme heat a public health threat?

Fox News Digital reports the findings in the latest Mortality & Morbidity Report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, including a spike in emergency room visits due to heat-related illness. Doctors chime in on the potential risk.


If you're having trouble falling or staying asleep, you might be overlooking one important lifestyle factor.

Two sleep specialists reveal essential ing

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