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CDC needs emergency funds to fight rare spinal cord illness, Gillibrand says

Since then, 10 more cases were confirmed by the agency. Officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed on Monday that...

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These Australian Doctors Swallowed Lego Pieces For Science

Six paediatricians from Australia and the United Kingdom in the experiment, swallowed on the head man from Lego and waited complete its passage ...

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U.S. life expectancy drops, overdoses climb - govt report

In 2017, Americans overall could expect to live to 78.6. "We're seeing the drop in life expectancy not because we're hitting a cap [for lifesp...

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It's OK to eat some romaine, look for labels

The FDA , along with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, warned USA residents last week not to consume the lettuce from anywhere beca...

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Life expectancy in the US continues to fall

The estimate of how long a person born in 2017 can expect to live in the United States is 78.6 years, a decrease of 0.1 year from 2016, the gove...

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Most New European HIV Cases Last Year Arose In Ukraine, Russia

The momentum to revamp political commitment to end AIDS by 2030 has never been so strong in the European Region. The increase in HIV cases a...

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Chinese baby-gene editing scientist 'proud of his work'

There were 31 embryos created through in vitro fertilization, and 70 percent were successfully edited. "All medical advances, gene editing or ...

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It’s OK to eat some romaine, look for labels

Now, the Malaysian Ministry of Health has issued a statement yesterday (26th November), confirming that Malaysia does import Romaine lettuce fro...

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Medical emergency delays kick-off for Burnley’s clash with Newcastle

Burnley did not properly clear a corner and, when Federico Fernandez took aim, his 25-yard drive - which was heading wide of the post - beat Jo...

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9.8 crore Indians may be diabetic by 2030, says Study Findings

According to the calculation of Sanjay Basu from Stanford University in California, the number of people who will need insulin to treat type 2 d...

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NEJM Publishes Highly Positive Study Data on OIT Biologic for Peanut Allergy

The NEJM article alludes to the profound effect desensitization can have on a patient's quality of life. Peanut allergy , a potentially lif...

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Throw away any romaine lettuce

The strain of E. coli contaminating the lettuce is the same that caused a similar outbreak previous year, prompting questions about why the fe...

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CDC warns: Do not eat romaine lettuce

No brand names have been identified and no recall was ordered. Epidemiologic evidence from the United States and Canada indicates that romain...

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Study finds decreased social media use improves mood and wellbeing

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have found that limiting social media usage can significantly reduce the feeling of loneliness a...

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World Antibiotic Awareness Week focuses on working together

It aims to draw attention to the role of effective use of antibiotics in preventing and containing antimicrobial resistance (AMR). These indicat...

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After missing 2017 show, Mayowa Nicholas makes Victoria's Secret debut

After almost two decades serving as a Victoria's Secret model, Adriana Lima is retiring at 37 . Adriana Lima and Luke Spiller of The Stru...

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N. Idaho woman over 50 is state's first flu death of season

The Hanover and District Hospital is urging all of its employees who can to also receive the influenza vaccination. "Only the flu shot will be g...

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Uganda begins Ebola vaccination for high-risk health workers

A total of 2,100 doses of Merck's "rVSV-Ebola" vaccine candidate will be administered to the health workers to protect them against the type of ...

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World Update, 'Morning people' have lower breast cancer risk

The scientists found that those with an in-built morning preference were 40% to 48% less at risk of breast cancer . The study also found that w...

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FDA Approves Painkiller Dsuvia Amid Criticism

The drug is called Dsuvia, which is a tablet version of an opioid marketed for intravenous delivery, but is administered under the tongue using ...

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Global Native Whey Protein Ingredients Market Production, Demand and Forecast 2018

Food Industry, Feed Industry are dominant players in the global Soy Protein Concentrate market . Thorough analysis about the market statu...

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Zimbabwe pastor retracts HIV-cure claim

Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries founder Walter Magaya, pictured, whose recent claims that he would start selling his recentl...

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Ad on Bacon’s health care vote is partly true

Across the state help is available from navigators at many Community Action Agencies, assisters at Federally Qualified Health Centers, and at ma...

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Nurse from hell admits to killing 100 patients

As the trial opened in the northern city of Oldenburg, the judge, Sebastian Buehrmann, asked whether the charges against him were accurate. Th...

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MALARIA BREAKTHROUGH: Sniffer dogs trained to detect disease in children

You could screen healthy-looking people who may be carrying the malaria parasite to prevent them from reintroducing the disease to an otherwise ...

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Researchers Look at Potential Downsides of Cancer Screenings

Clinical Nurse Specialist Addie Mitchell at Breast Cancer Care told The Sun that a majority of women don't regularly check their breasts, so...

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9th child dies from adenovirus outbreak at New Jersey facility

The new diagnosis of adenovirus brings the total number of cases at the rehabilitation centre to 26. Adenovirus frequently causes mild to seve...

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American Cancer Society's breast cancer walk boosts survivors in Orlando

As a key part of its commitment to corporate social responsibility, Dubai Customs has been actively engaged in the worldwide breast cancer aware...

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Air pollution kills 600,000 children every year, World Health Organisation says

Last week, the CPCB recommended that people avoid heavy workouts, try to get themselves less exposed to toxic air , and cut down on the use of ...

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Duchess Of Sussex's First Official Twitter Picture Features Prince Harry

Harry and his wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex , are in Sydney promoting the Invictus Games , which Harry started in 2014 for wounded veterans....

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