Health weekend roundup includes good-for-you foods, lives saved and a wild drug debate

This week's health story roundup includes ways to make a popular meal healthier, dramatic medical dramas, and what to know about a drug debate and hangovers connected to long COVID.

Health weekend roundup includes good-for-you foods, lives saved and a wild drug debate

Here's how to enjoy the popular St. Patrick's Day meal of corned beef and cabbage in the healthiest way possible, with a few easy and good-for-you tweaks. Nutritionists reveal the delicious details.  

Actress Olivia Munn credits a breast cancer risk-assessment score for saving her life. The actress, 43, shared this week on social media that the score helped detect her breast cancer just months after she had a negative mammogram and tested negative on several genetic tests. 

The Food & Drug Administration (FDA) continues to warn of risks connected to the use of kratom — yet some advocates claim there is "misinformation" surrounding the herbal drug. Here's a deep dive into the heated issue. 

The procedure known as Tommy John surgery continues to save baseball careers 50 years after its debut. First performed in 1974, the groundbreaking operation repairs a ligament essential to pitchers for throwing. Here's what to know.

A pair of identical twins in New Jersey underwent matching heart surgeries after they were both diagnosed with Marfan syndrome. Fox News Digital spoke with them, along with their heart surgeon, about their dramatic medical drama. 

Mary Ann Waldron, a healthy Arizona woman, decided to undergo an elective MRI full-body scan at a SimonMed Imaging facility in August 2023, never expecting to find anything serious. She was shocked when the scan detected a large aneurysm in her pancreas area — ultimately saving her life. 

Drinking too much is often a recipe for a morning-after disaster. But for long COVID patients, hangover symptoms might be much worse, according to research. 

A small study by Stanford University, published in the journal Cureus, examined alcohol sensitivity in four people with post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 (PASC), or long COVID.