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No more waivers: The United States will try to force Iranian oil exports to zero - The Washington Post
No more waivers: The United States will try to force Iranian oil exports to zero  The Washington Post

About one year after the United States decided to leave the Iran nuclear deal, the State Department is set to announce that all countries will have to completely ...

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This Genetic Mutation Makes People Feel Full — All the Time
Two new studies confirm that weight control is often the result of genetics, not willpower.
Senator McConnell, a Tobacco Ally, Supports Raising Age to Buy Cigarettes
Seeking re-election to a seventh term, the senator cited the rise in teenage vaping as a reason to curtail sales of tobacco and other products.
Deadly germs, lost cures: How a Chicago Woman Fell Victim to Candida Auris, a Drug-Resistant Fungus
The mysterious infection has appeared at hospitals around the world, but few institutions or families have discussed their experience.
Can Botox and Cosmetic Surgery Chill Our Relationships With Others?
Experts say mirroring another person’s facial expressions is essential not only for recognizing emotion, but also for feeling it.
In India, a Renewed Fight Against Leprosy
Health workers thought they had vanquished the disease in 2005. But it lived on, cloaked in stigma and medical mystery.
Ask Well: How Low Should Blood Pressure Go?
Symptoms, rather than numbers, may best define when blood pressure is too low.
Phys Ed: 10 Years After an Exercise Study, Benefits Persist
The benefits of exercise may last longer than many of us might expect.
Employee Wellness Programs Yield Little Benefit, Study Shows
A rigorous new study calls into question whether workplace wellness programs can quickly save employers money on health care bills.
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No 'One-Size-Fits-All' Diet for Diabetics, Expert Panel Says
Title: No 'One-Size-Fits-All' Diet for Diabetics, Expert Panel Says
Health Tip: Earache Home Care
Title: Health Tip: Earache Home Care
Health Tip: Understanding the Tetanus Shot
Title: Health Tip: Understanding the Tetanus Shot
Medicaid Could Save $2.6 Billion a Year With Dip in Smoking
Title: Medicaid Could Save $2.6 Billion a Year With Dip in Smoking
Will You Get Fat? Genetic Test May Tell
Title: Will You Get Fat? Genetic Test May Tell
Listeria Outbreak Linked to Deli Meats, Cheeses in 4 States
Title: Listeria Outbreak Linked to Deli Meats, Cheeses in 4 States
Microbes in Diabetic Foot Ulcers May Help Predict Treatment Success
Title: Microbes in Diabetic Foot Ulcers May Help Predict Treatment Success
AHA News: Scared to Exercise After a Heart Attack? It's Probably Scarier If You Don't
Title: AHA News: Scared to Exercise After a Heart Attack? It's Probably Scarier If You Don't
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Campaign to tackle 'botched' cosmetic procedures
The use of self-injected dermal and lip fillers is rising, along with dangerous cosmetic surgery.

The profoundly deaf girl who found her voice after brain surgery
Leia was born profoundly deaf but pioneering surgery and therapy has enabled her to hear sounds.

HIV used to cure 'bubble boy' disease
All eight infants now have fully functioning immune systems after undergoing treatment, say experts.

Pig brains partially revived four hours after death
The study could aid medical research and fuel debate about the difference between life and death.

A rasher of bacon a day 'ups cancer risk'
Eating even small amounts of red or processed meat increases the risk of bowel cancer, study finds.

Breech baby scan 'would save lives'
A scan at 36 weeks could help spot tricky breech deliveries, when a baby's bottom or feet will emerge first.

Measles cases quadruple globally in 2019, says UN
The World Health Organization says the latest figures paint "an alarming picture".

Statins 'don't work well for one in two people'
Fresh research questions the merit of the cholesterol-lowering pills taken by millions of Britons.

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China finds more cases of African swine fever on Hainan island
China has detected new cases of African swine fever in six farms across four locations in Hainan province, the agriculture ministry said on Sunday, adding to two earlier cases of the contagious disease identified in the province on Friday.

China draws up tighter rules on human gene and embryo trials: Xinhua
China's top legislature will consider tougher rules on research involving human genes and embryos, the first such move since a Chinese scientist sparked controversy last year by announcing he had made the world's first "gene-edited" babies.

Second death in Novartis gene therapy trials under investigation
Novartis AG, which this week announced positive interim trial results for its experimental gene therapy for spinal muscular atrophy, on Friday said investigation is underway into whether a second trial death could be related to the treatment.

Higher state minimum wage tied to lower suicide rates
(Reuters Health) - Suicide rates grow more slowly in states that increase their minimum wage, according to a U.S. study that suggests this might be one strategy for curbing deaths by suicide.

Sleep myths may hinder good sleep and health
(Reuters Health) - Widespread beliefs about sleeping include advice on how much sleep is enough, what quality sleep means and how to achieve it, but when these pronouncements are wrong, they can do more harm than good, researchers argue.

FDA approves Teva's generic nasal spray to treat opioid overdose
Generic drugmaker Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd on Friday received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market its generic nasal spray for opioid overdose, the health regulator said.

Stress disorders tied to increased heart disease risk
(Reuters Health) - People who suffer from conditions like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may be more likely to develop cardiovascular disease, a Swedish study suggests, and the risk may be greatest in the months right after stress disorders are diagnosed.

Older people feel more youthful when they also feel in control
(Reuters Health) - Older adults may feel younger than their age on days when they feel most in control of their lives, a small study suggests.

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Campaign to tackle 'botched' cosmetic procedures
The use of self-injected dermal and lip fillers is rising, along with dangerous cosmetic surgery.

The profoundly deaf girl who found her voice after brain surgery
Leia was born profoundly deaf but pioneering surgery and therapy has enabled her to hear sounds.

Targeted checks 'prevent one-in-10 heart attacks'
Around 5,000 heart attacks and strokes a year could be prevented by personalising heart health checks.

Sore knee? Maybe you have a fabella
A little bone scientists thought was being lost to evolution seems to be making a comeback, say experts.

People with learning disabilities 'trapped' in hospitals as target missed
More than 2,200 people with learning disabilities are still being treated in hospitals, figures show.

Mother 'felt suicidal' after baby death news reports
Holly Eastall says she felt suicidal after being falsely accused of abuse following her baby's death.

HIV used to cure 'bubble boy' disease
All eight infants now have fully functioning immune systems after undergoing treatment, say experts.

Pig brains partially revived four hours after death
The study could aid medical research and fuel debate about the difference between life and death.


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How an infant's tumor had fully formed teeth inside
A 4-month-old baby boy was found with a rare brain tumor, but that wasn’t the only unique factor of the situation.
Skipping breakfast, eating late dinners could be deadly for heart attack survivors, study finds
Skipping breakfast and eating dinner close to bedtime could be a deadly decision  — especially for those who have already suffered a heart attack, a study released this week suggests.
Meat, poultry contaminated by traces of fecal matter, lawsuit against USDA claims
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is being sued by a nonprofit organization of doctors that has claimed the government agency doesn’t properly regulate fecal contamination in meat and chicken production.
Nurse diagnosed with stage 4 esophageal cancer after spitting up blood now cancer-free thanks to innovative technology
A nurse who went to the doctor for symptoms of fatigue in 2013 said she realized it was probably something more than vitamin D deficiency when she started coughing up blood.
Carbon monoxide sickens nearly a dozen people in Yonkers
Two Yonkers families were nearly wiped out Friday morning when they were poisoned by a carbon monoxide leak, authorities said.
LAX travelers warned about possible measles exposure again
Travelers who passed through LAX were again warned of possible measles exposure after a confirmed case was reported on April 3.
Blood pressure medication recall expanded over possible cancer-causing ingredient
The company behind blood pressure medication tablets has expanded a recall for two products after trace amounts of a possible cancer-causing ingredient was detected in the tablets.
Cancer-causing chemical taints water after California blaze
The drinking water in Paradise, California, where 85 people died last year in the nation's worst wildfire in a century, is contaminated with the cancer-causing chemical benzene, officials said.
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