Health and Medical

‘Mummy, the year is going so quickly’ Should we be rushing our kids?

Kids will express it by saying how quickly the term has gone, or say Its already the end of term!,…

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Pregnant mum who waited 12 hours in A&E full of people ‘on drugs’ loses her baby

A pregnant young mum waited 12 hours in an A&E for a scan only to be told she had lost…

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Time to reclaim the lifeblood of human society

It most certainly is bad for our health. Studies show that as screen time increases, so too do rates of…

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Not Sure Why Your Weight Is Fluctuating? These Weight Management Doctors Have Answers

Your weight can fluctuate throughout your lifetime, and it goes up and down daily (just step on the scale and…

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Why Dead Sea Mud Masks May Be the Answer to Your Troubled Skin

Dead Sea Mud is a naturally occurring substance found in one of the most unique bodies of water in Israel.…

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Ban e-cigarettes in high schools; concern mounting

School officials are drawing more concern on the rampant usage of e-cigarettes in school campuses. Information drive on the health…

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The US government warns people against using conditioner after a nuclear explosion. It could trap radiation in your hair.

The world’s nuclear arsenal has dwindled since the 1950s, but fears of nuclear war still abound. Last month, the US…

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“No one saves up for cancer”: The surprising and strange expenses

Preview above: Insight asks: whats the cost of private healthcare and can we afford it? My son, Magnus, was just…

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As man with anorexia, Christopher Eccleston makes me feel seen

By sharing his story, he has shown that it is just as possible for a man to have an eating…

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The dos and don’ts of weight loss – from diet pills to calculators and keto

THERE is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to losing weight. Every body is different, and so what works for…

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Type 2 diabetes: The best diet to follow to help keep blood sugar levels low

Type 2 diabetes means a person’s pancreas doesn’t produce enough insulin to regulate their blood sugar levels. As a result,…

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Eastern equine encephalitis: A patient has died from mosquito-borne virus in Connecticut

(CNN)A Connecticut resident infected with Eastern equine encephalitis has died in the state's first fatality from the disease since 2013,…

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You Don’t Look Sick: Living with ulcerative interstitial cystitis

People living with invisible illnesses are often told you dont look sick. Our series speaks to someone living with an…

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‘Dengue Virus is Becoming Resistant to Vaccines and Treatment’

Houston: The mosquito-borne deadly dengue virus that infects about 400 million people globally every year -- especially in the tropic…

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In perimenopause, my body began to feel like an unfamiliar place

Perimenopause is the threshold to our next womens rite of passage at menopause, she says. Essentially, its a transition from…

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Philippines declares Polio Outbreak

Manila, Sep 19 ( Prensa Latina) The Philippine Department of Health today confirmed that polio has re-emerged here 19 years…

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First DIPG Awareness Day to be held to raise funding for research

A little-known brain cancer that claims the lives of as many as 20 children a year will get its own…

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Jockey Hugh Bowman to help raise money for pancreatic cancer

Hugh Bowman famously rode champion mare Winx to a seemingly impossible 33 consecutive wins but now he wants to help…

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Today is World Alzheimer Day (4 photos)

Today is World Alzheimer Day, to raise awareness of the disease as well as other forms of dementia. It marks…

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Hospital Research Foundation grant for world-first IVF research

The heartbreak of multiple miscarriages and her own challenges with starting a family have led Dr Kylie Dunning down the…

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Measles warning after infected person visits shopping centres, Perth Airport

Health authorities have issued a measles alert for Perth after a person infected with the virus visited several popular shopping…

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Tom Watson weight loss – Lose weight and reverse type 2 diabetes like the Deputy Labour leader – here’s how

LABOUR'S Deputy Leader Tom Watson looked unrecognisable at Glastonbury 2019, compared to the images that surfaced of him way back…

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Eating more fruit and vegies boosts mental wellbeing, UK study finds

Eating fruit and vegetables every day makes people happy and even offers the same mood boost as getting married. A…

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South West Healthcare scores highest vaccine rate in state as flu cases climb

South West Healthcare scores highest vaccine rate in state as flu cases climb - Warrnambool Standard

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Meals On Wheels Products Recalled Over Fears Of Listeria Contamination

Flagstaff Foods has released the full list of frozen meals they have recalled due to potential microbial (Listeria monocytogenes) contamination.…

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Too few pregnant women get exercise advice from doctors, study finds

(Reuters Health) - Only one in two pregnant women in an Australian survey said their healthcare practitioner had advised them…

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Study shows a promising alternative for HIV prevention and treatment -Medical.net

A new study published today in Nature Communications shows a promising alternative for those who have to take a daily…

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Women are getting Botox to fix ‘resting b—h face,’ and a psychologist says the trend is troubling

Women have been increasingly been seeking Botox treatments for something other than wrinkles: They want to freeze their faces into…

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NIH awards research grants to develop learning health care system for early psychosis treatment -Medical.net

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded six research grants for studies to develop a learning health care system for…

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New family of drugs holds potential to fight against prostate cancer

Scientists have identified a new family of drugs they say is capable of inhibiting activity of a protein associated with…

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Reversing Hair Loss Could Soon Be as Easy as Wearing a Hat After Scientists Develop Simple New Tech

Photo by Alex Holloway / UW-Madison Few things on earth strike fear into the hearts of men more profoundly than…

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The Leopoldina Annual Assembly 2019 focuses on ‘Time in Nature and Culture’ -Medical.net

Time is a primordial human experience, and yet it remains a mystery. It is an inherent part of our daily…

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The simple reason why this food writer doesn’t get fat

People still ask me how I can eat out for a living and not get fat. It's very kind of…

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Neuroscientists analyze why the brain is disturbed by harsh sounds -Medical.net

Why do the harsh sounds emitted by alarms or human shrieks grab our attention? What is going on in the…

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Warning: Flavored E-Cigarettes May Worsen Asthma

A study into the impact of flavored e-cigarettes, on allergic airways disease, suggests that some flavors may worsen the severity…

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Kidney donors at higher risk for hypertension which may halt post-donation eGFR rise

Researchers of a recently published study found kidney donors had a greater risk for hypertension than non-donors. In addition, those…

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Scientists Can’t Agree on Whether Genetically Modified-Mosquito Experiment Went Horribly Wrong

From 2013 to 2015, an English biotech company released millions of genetically modified mosquitoes into neighborhoods in Jacobina, Brazil, in…

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A rare mosquito-borne illness caused a grandfather to go from healthy to brain-dead in 9 days, and it’s part of a scary trend

Gregg McChesney, a 64-year old artist and grandfather, had spent the summer on his brother’s farm in Michigan when he…

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A Common Cold Cure In Mice Is A Turning Point In Cold Research

Cold and flu season is a drag every year, and every person has their own superstitions and ideas about how…

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Salmonella responsible for bloodstream infections in sub-Saharan Africa exhibits extensive drug resistance -Medical.net

The first extensively drug-resistant (XDR) strains of Salmonella Typhimurium, a pathogen which is responsible for millions of bloodstream infections per…

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Blue-green algae pose threat to patients with liver disease -Medical.net

Researchers at The University of Toledo have added to the evidence that new guidelines may be needed for people with…

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Mast cell expansion from blood

IMAGE: Tissue Engineering brings together scientific and medical experts in the fields of biomedical engineering, material science, molecular and cellular biology,…

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How cancer breaks down your muscles

IMAGE: Activin A and IL-6 are both key signalling factors and functionally linked. view more  Credit: Illustration: NTNU and biorender.com A…

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Researchers alter mouse gut microbiomes by feeding good bacteria their preferred fibers

IMAGE: This graphical abstract depicts an in vivo approach explains the mechanism by which gut microbes metabolize dietary fibers and paves…

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Neurological signals from the spinal cord surprise scientists

With a study of the network between nerve and muscle cells in turtles, researchers from the University of Copenhagen have…

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Implementing randomized quality improvement projects to evaluate routine hospital processes -Medical.net

Hospitals routinely implement processes aimed at increasing provision of high quality care for patients, such as calling patients to encourage…

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Antibody “road block” enables fine-tuning for cardiac recovery, decreases risk of heart failure

More than one million Americans per year experience myocardial infarction, commonly known as a heart attack, as well as the…

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Dad praises government plan to ban caffeine powder after son’s death

Dad praises government plan to ban caffeine powder after son's death - 9News

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‘Suffering in silence’: people with migraine unaware of preventions

Dr Goodhew also found there was an imperfect level of awareness about the difference between migraines and headaches, in her…

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World’s largest study exposes the myths of dementia

The World Alzheimers Report 2019: Attitudes to dementia, released on Friday, forecast the number of people with dementia would more…

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Using hand sanitizer may be giving you a false sense of security

Using hand sanitizer may be giving you a false sense of security - CNN

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World at risk of deadly pandemic that could wipe out millions, health experts warn

Up to 80 million people could die across the world if a pandemic like the Spanish flu was to break…

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Depression, anxiety more common than coughs, colds in GP waiting rooms

But the Medicare model preferences shorter consultations for more straightforward health conditions and undervalues longer consultations needed for complex issues…

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Pregnant bride dies from a stroke on wedding day as groom waits by altar

Medics delivered a newborn baby by emergency Caesarean after her mum collapsed and died minutes before she was due to…

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Integrated Imaging Technology Aims To Provide Real-Time Look at Cancer Treatment

New technology will give researchers a deeper look at cancer and effectiveness of treatments Human epidermal growth factor receptor 2…

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Yet Another Person Has Died From Mystery Vaping Illness, Bringing Reported Death Toll To 7

As people continue to debate the causes of an acute lung illness linked to vaping in the U.S. and the…

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Sterile mosquitoes to fight malaria

Scientists in Burkina Faso have deployed a new weapon in the fight against malaria, and waded into a thorny bio-ethics…

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Women urged to exercise and eat well due to cholesterol after menopause

According to the Heart Foundation, more than three million Australian women have high cholesterol, placing them at greater risk of…

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How do you know if your child has hay fever and how should you treat it?

Spring has sprung and if youre one of the one in five Australians who get hay fever, youve probably noticed…

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Microbiome may be involved in mechanisms related to muscle strength in older adults

A novel new study suggests that the gut microbiome has a role in mechanisms related to muscle strength in older…

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Capricorn member shares story to inspire transport industry

There are more than 20,000 very important reasons why Australasia's largest automotive cooperative, Capricorn, has made a dedicated effort to…

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Human West Nile case confirmed in Washoe County

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) - The Washoe County Health Department is reporting the first human case of West Nile Virus in…

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Alzheimer’s Disease update: Mayo Clinic Radio

On the Mayo Clinic Radio podcast, Dr. Ronald Petersen, director of the Mayo Clinic Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, shares an…

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New death linked to use of e-cigarettes

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta has activated an emergency operations center in response to a…

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One way childhood trauma leads to poorer health for women

Researchers have long known that childhood trauma is linked to poorer health for women at midlife. A new study shows…

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Alzheimer’s breakthrough: Two short strings of amino acids could pave the way to new treatments

Two years after discovering a way to neutralize a rogue protein linked to Alzheimer's disease, University of Alberta Distinguished University…

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‘Cannibalistic’ Cancer Cells Gobble Up Their Own Kind in Microscopic ‘Horror Films’

Human breast cancer cells treated with a chemotherapy drug pull nearby tumor cells (red) into centers for digestion, called lysosomes…

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Teenager Lost His Sight Due to Only Eating Crisps and Chocolate | This Morning

Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1JM41yFKerry James was shocked when her teenage son Harvey Dyer told her he was unable to…

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No new measles case in a week as worst outbreak in US in 27 years fades

The nations worst measles epidemic in 27 years could be in its final stages as a week went by with…

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NDMA contamination prompts lawsuit -PharmaTechnologist.com

The discovery of the contamination of ranitidine medicine with N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) was made by Valisure, an online pharmacy, that had…

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Cause of rare, fatal disorder in young children pinpointed

Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis appear to have solved a decades-long mystery regarding the precise…

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VIDEO: First human case of EEE this year detected

The state Department of Public Health confirmed the first human case of EEE in Connecticut.

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A gas explosion ripped through a Russian lab storing deadly diseases like smallpox, anthrax, and Ebola

A gas cylinder at a major Russian research lab exploded on Monday and caused a fire.The explosion at the State…

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Vitamin E could help recovery after heart attacks

Vitamin E could help recovery after heart attacks - 9News

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ARYNews Headlines |Over 1514 people test positive for dengue in KP |1 PM| 17SEP 2019

ARYNews Headlines |Over 1,514 people test positive for dengue in KP |1 PM| 17SEP 2019#ARYNewsHeadlines#PakistanNews#ARYNewsLive PESHAWAR: Dengue fever outbreak on…

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The Alzheimer’s Association Walk To End Alzheimer’s shares their mission

Join the fight to end Alzheimer's Disease by registering for one of the upcoming Houston-area walks.

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Flavoring Ingredient, Banned in Foods, Is Raising Concerns in Vaping

DURHAM, N.C. — A potential carcinogen that has been banned as a food additive is present in concerningly high levels…

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Avengers star Samuel L Jackson calls for end to ‘cruel’ Alzheimer’s disease

Samuel L Jackson is backing a campaign to get people to think differently about Alzheimers (Rob Latour/REX) Samuel L Jackson…

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This Simple Eye Scan Can Tell Whether You’re At Risk For Diabetes

We've often heard that the eyes are the window to the soul. While the sentiment definitely rings true for certain…

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Anemia May Contribute to Spread of Dengue Fever

Mosquitoes are more likely to acquire the dengue virus when they feed on blood with low levels of iron, researchers…

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Heart-Healthy Forager-Farmers in Lowland Bolivia Are Changing Diets and Gaining Weight

People known for ‘astonishing’ cardiovascular health are going to market and changing their diets — with the biggest difference being…

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New test for nation’s ‘biggest killers’

Asking for a medical diagnosis from the internet might seem like a sure-fire way to be misdiagnosed with something terminal,…

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Largest ever skin cancer study looking for the disease’s genetic cause

Its become routine, everyone gets it and were like, Oh, theres another one, go get it cut out. The Brisbane…

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Alive & Well: Pine Rest Christian Services

September is National Recovery Month, highlighting treatment for substance use disorders such as alcohol and opioids and celebrating people in…

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Claims supplements could ‘balance’ hormones in menopause criticised

The data is old, it is not relevant to the hormone therapy regimens used to treat women today, it is…

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DeKalb woman tests positive for West Nile virus; 7th case in Georgia -TV

The county had two cases of West Nile virus last year, with one of them being fatal.

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Aerial spraying to prevent EEE scheduled for Monday night -22News

Palmer, Brimfield, and Ware will be sprayed Monday night in an effort to prevent the spread of Eastern Equine Encephalitis…

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Little boy’s weight doubles from rare syndrome

The mother of a little boy who has gained almost three stone (15kg) due to a rare, life-limiting condition is…

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Parent’s warning after losing newborn to Enterovirus virus

It started with a slow ache that crept its way through her body.Soon Denise was shaking uncontrollably as her temperature…

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Be informed to make a life changing difference this Dementia Action Week

IMPACT: Ageism, the stigma associated with dementia, and an inability to report incidents are ways people experience discrimination at work…

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Gaëtan Dugas: Man wrongly accused of being HIV / AIDS ‘patient zero’

Gaëtan Dugas was everyones friend. Handsome, funny, full of life. Those who knew the Canadian said he was convinced one…

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Dengue Fever: Scientists found a solution to fight Dengue

Mosquito bites are just an annoyance to a lot of people. But in some Asian and Latin American countries, they're…

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Girl gets brain-eating bug from swimming

A young girl is fighting for her life after contracting a brain-eating infection while swimming in a river near her…

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Vicky Phelan reveals her heartbreaking dying wish in new book

Vicky Phelan has told how her last wish is for women to be in safe hands if they ever fall…

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Kathmandu battles new threat as temperatures rise: dengue fever

15 September 2019 AADESH SUBEDI Kathmanud, NepalThomson Reuters Foundation For Prabina Maharjan, it started with a headache, which then turned…

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Two New Cases Of Legionnaires’ Disease Reported In Batavia

he Illinois Department of Health has confirmed two cases of the disease in Batavia, about 40 miles west of Chicago.

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Australian Department of Health issues statement saying there are emerging links between the use of E-cigarettes and lung diseases

Australian Department of Health issues statement saying there are emerging links between the use of E-cigarettes and lung diseases -…

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Boulder County Jail Inmate Tests Positive For Hepatitis A

An inmate in Boulder County Jail has tested positive for hepatitis A, two days after news of a death from…

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Walkers raise money to support Alzheimer’s care and research

Walkers raise money to support Alzheimer's care and research - KTTC

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There are bugs in your lungs. Should you try to keep them healthy?

We now know the bugs in our gut make important chemicals that keep us healthy. They can send signals directly…

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