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In “Leaving Large: The Stories of a Food Addict,” Michelle Petties reveals that she was once so obese that some insurance companies refused to cover her. A recovering “stone-cold sugar addict,” Petties gained and lost 700 pounds during her 42-year battle with obesity. Then she rewrote the endings of her food stories and dropped from a high of 260 pounds.
Miché Aaron, a high achiever who wants to become an astronaut, was struggling in her doctoral program. Then she was diagnosed with ADHD and it all made sense.
The approval of a controversial new drug for Alzheimer’s disease, Aduhelm, is shining a spotlight on mild cognitive impairment — problems with memory.
Surrounded by multiple monitors of raw footage in the control room at CNN’s headquarters, producer Jennifer C. Thomas distilled the harrowing images of 9/11 to bring the story into the world’s living rooms.
The CDC mostly stopped tracking COVID-19 in vaccinated people, also known as breakthrough cases, unless the illness led to hospitalization or death.
Doctors offer parents back-to-school advice for students who are taking in-person classes and participating in extracurricular activities during the pandemic.
Voting rights lured thousands to a march on Washington. Tenicka Shannon and her family also came to highlight the police shooting of her son, Fred Cox Jr.