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Anti-vaccination stronghold in North Carolina hit with state's worst chickenpox outbreak in 2 decades - Seattle Times

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Anti-vaccination stronghold in North Carolina hit with state's worst chickenpox outbreak in 2 decades
Seattle Times
Chickenpox has taken hold of a school in North Carolina where many families claim religious exemption from vaccines. Cases of chickenpox have been multiplying at the Asheville Waldorf School, which serves children from nursery school to sixth grade in ...
Chicken Pox Outbreak Hits Anti-Vaccination Community In North Carolina HardBustle
North Carolina school with high rate of vaccine exemptions faces state's biggest chickenpox outbreak in over 20 yearskfor.com
36 Contract Chickenpox at North Carolina Private SchoolU.S. News & World Report
Times Record News -WLOS -Asheville Citizen-Times
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One-third of US parents plan to skip flu shots for their kids this season - CNN

CNN

One-third of US parents plan to skip flu shots for their kids this season
CNN
(CNN) Thirty-four percent of US parents said their child was unlikely to get the flu vaccine this year, according to a report published Monday by C.S. Mott Children's Hospital. The online poll, which was administered in October, looked at 1,977 parents ...
One-third of parents won't vaccinate child against flu: ReportWashington Times
Does an 'echo chamber' of information impede flu vaccination for children?EurekAlert (press release)
Does an “echo chamber” of information impede flu vaccination for children?University of Michigan Health System News (press release)
Greenville News -Jezebel -CDC -CNN International
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Experimental treatment helps 2 out of 3 peanut allergy sufferers, study finds - CNN

CNN

Experimental treatment helps 2 out of 3 peanut allergy sufferers, study finds
CNN
(CNN) Sometimes, Ellis Glover would be forced to leave her friends and sit at a lunch table where no one was eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. "I wanted to sit with my good, good friends, but I couldn't," the 10-year-old said. "If you're a kid ...
Experimental Drug Shows Promise Protecting Against Peanut AllergiesWall Street Journal
Potential life-saving peanut allergy drug on horizon, scientists sayFox News
'Breakthrough' peanut allergy drug ready for FDA review offers hope for those who sufferUSA TODAY
Healio -BBC News -The Tennessean -KARE11.com
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Don't Give Infants Honey-Filled Pacifiers: FDA - WebMD

WebMD

Don't Give Infants Honey-Filled Pacifiers: FDA
WebMD
Nov. 19, 2018 -- Pacifiers filled with or dipped in honey should not be given to infants, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says. The agency issued the warning after receiving reports of four infants in Texas who were hospitalized with botulism ...
What is infant botulism? New cases linked to honey pacifiers from MexicoAtlanta Journal Constitution
FDA warns against honey pacifiers linked to multiple infant botulism cases in TexasWCPO
After infants suffer botulism poisoning, health officials warn of honey-filled pacifiersDetroit Free Press
WTVD-TV -Daily Mail -KHOU.com -FDA
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11th child dies in adenovirus outbreak in New Jersey - FOX 61

FOX 61

11th child dies in adenovirus outbreak in New Jersey
FOX 61
An 11th child has died and 23 additional children have become sick in connection with an adenovirus outbreak at a New Jersey health care facility, the state's Department of Health announced Friday. In addition to those who have died, a total of 35 ...
Multiple children dead from virus in New JerseyWTHITV.com
Department of Health | News | NJDOH confirms 11th Pediatric Death Of Wanaque Patient; Commissioner Requests ...State of NJ

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The Fight Against Malaria Has Reached a Standstill - New York Times

New York Times

The Fight Against Malaria Has Reached a Standstill
New York Times
Progress against malaria has stalled, and the disease remains a significant threat to billions of people despite the expensive, decades-long efforts to contain it, the World Health Organization reported on Monday. According to the W.H.O.'s latest ...
Malaria cases on the rise after 2 decades of decline, report saysFox 59
WHO: Malaria reductions stall after progressWashington Post
Faltering malaria fight should refocus on high-risk countries, says WHOReuters
Washington Examiner -The Hindu -Yahoo News -Business Standard
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Anti-vaxxers want to expand vaccine exemptions to Texas day cares. We can't let that happen - Dallas News

Dallas News

Anti-vaxxers want to expand vaccine exemptions to Texas day cares. We can't let that happen
Dallas News
Baby-boomers and Generation X no doubt recall the days when they had to stay home from school and away from friends when they contracted chicken pox, measles or mumps. For many people, the vaccines for these diseases came as a relief. Now ...
Anti-vaxxers claim loophole in Texas law allows them to place unvaccinated kids in day careRaw Story

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How to solve the great global protein shortage that never was?
When dietary scientists thought half the world was suffering a serious protein deficit, they came up with solution that proved rather hard to swallow.
Exclusive: A new test can predict IVF embryos’ risk of having a low IQ
A new genetic test that enables people having IVF to screen out embryos likely to have a low IQ or high disease risk could soon become available in the US
Catching up on sleep at weekends may aggravate period pain
Getting up early on weekdays and sleeping in on weekends to compensate may cause period pain by disrupting the circadian rhythms that control hormone cycles
Prefer tea or coffee? It may be down to your genes for bitter tastes
People with genes that make them taste caffeine more strongly tend to be coffee-drinkers, while tea-drinkers have genetic aversions to strongly bitter tastes
A new DNA sequencing service wants to reward you for sharing your data
Genetics pioneer George Church's new company says it will sequence your genome for free and secure it on a blockchain, so that you can choose who uses your data
New techniques may soon make designer babies a reality – are we ready?
As tests that screen embryos for complex traits become available, it's time to decide how to use these ethically – and where to draw the line
Creams remove skin sun spots with minimal pain and may prevent cancer
Sun spots – or actinic keratoses – are caused by UV light. Now people are using medicated creams to remove them before they have a chance to turn cancerous
Three ways to find your purpose in life and reap the benefits
Having a sense of what you want to do with your life can help you live longer, slash your risk of disease and improve your sex life – and it’s easy to do
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The Price of Cool: A Teenager, a Juul and Nicotine Addiction
E-cigarettes may help tobacco smokers quit. But the alluring devices can swiftly induce a nicotine habit in teenagers who never smoked. This is the tale of one person’s struggle.
She Couldn’t Quit Smoking. Then She Tried Juul.
Millions embrace e-cigarettes as smoking cessation aids. Will restricting the devices for teenagers put former adult smokers who vape at risk to start again?
Global Health: The Fight Against Malaria Has Reached a Standstill
Deaths from the disease plummeted from 2000 to 2013, but are now stuck at over 400,000 a year. Donor giving is flat, and some countries are not doing enough to protect their citizens.
F.D.A. Seeks Restrictions on Teens’ Access to Flavored E-Cigarettes and a Ban on Menthol Cigarettes
The agency declined to prohibit sales of the popular vaping flavors, and will begin the process to outlaw menthol cigarettes.
Q&A: The ABCs of E-Cigarettes
As vaping grows more popular, especially among teens, here are answers to some basic questions about its health effects.
When Hospitals Merge to Save Money, Patients Often Pay More
Rapid consolidation has created powerful groups of hospitals, with organizations dictating prices and fueling health spending in some areas of the country.
How a Low-Carb Diet Might Help You Maintain a Healthy Weight
Adults who cut carbohydrates from their diets and replaced them with fat sharply increased their metabolisms.
The New Old Age: Dementia Is Getting Some Very Public Faces
Stigma often prevents patients from acknowledging an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. A series of high-profile disclosures may help change that.
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The Jobs That Carry the Highest Suicide Risk
Title: The Jobs That Carry the Highest Suicide Risk
1 in 5 U.S. High School Students Now Vapes: CDC
Title: 1 in 5 U.S. High School Students Now Vapes: CDC
Can Protein Keep You Healthier Longer?
Title: Can Protein Keep You Healthier Longer?
'Huffing' Deodorant Cost One Teen His Life
Title: 'Huffing' Deodorant Cost One Teen His Life
Climate Change Could Change the Ragweed Sneezin' Season
Title: Climate Change Could Change the Ragweed Sneezin' Season
246 Sickened in Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Recalled Ground Beef: CDC
Title: 246 Sickened in Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Recalled Ground Beef: CDC
Health Tip: Safe Walking
Title: Health Tip: Safe Walking
Health Tip: Treat Laryngitis
Title: Health Tip: Treat Laryngitis
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Fat-clogged cells explain why obesity can cause cancer
A type of cell the body uses to destroy cancer gets clogged by fat and stops working, findings suggest.

Zholia Alemi: Foreign doctor checks after fake psychiatrist case
Some 3,000 doctors face scrutiny after an unqualified New Zealander practised in the UK for 22 years.

Hospital noise levels growing worse, say researchers
Noise in hospitals often exceeds harmful levels and can affect the wellbeing of patients and staff, research finds.

'I avoid kissing as my peanut allergy could kill me'
Oli Weatherall has to go to extreme lengths to keep himself alive because of a severe peanut allergy

Giving blood: 'We are reliant on blood donors to keep Henry alive'
Blood donors urged to keep appointments to avoid a dramatic slump in stocks over the festive period.

Kenya bans Marie Stopes from offering abortion services
Authorities say complaints were made that the Marie Stopes organisation promoted abortion.

Briton dies from rabies after cat bite in Morocco
The individual was on holiday in Morocco, a country deemed high risk by public health officials.

Call for UK ban on 'grotesquely sugary' freakshakes
Action on Sugar surveyed milkshakes on sale in the UK - one contained 39 teaspoons of sugar.

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Eleventh child dies from viral outbreak at New Jersey facility
An 11th child has died in less than four weeks at a New Jersey rehabilitation center, one of 34 young patients with compromised immune systems to have been infected by a viral outbreak, state health officials said on Friday.

Palantir to offer cancer analytics under JV deal with Germany's Merck
Palantir Technologies Inc will set up a cancer data analytics joint venture with German lab supplies company Merck KGaA, as the U.S. analytics and security firm makes further inroads into health care.

Faltering malaria fight should refocus on high-risk countries, says WHO
Global health authorities need to counter a worrying lull in the fight against malaria by focusing their efforts on the near-dozen mostly African countries where it claims most lives, the World Health Organization said.

China says to take tough steps to fight African swine fever
China will take tough steps to wipe out African swine fever and will crack down on any behavior that delays or covers up cases of the disease from being reported, a senior official at the agricultural ministry said.

China reports new outbreaks of African swine fever in Jiangxi, Yunnan, Sichuan and Shanghai
Four new outbreaks of African swine fever have been reported in China's provinces of Jiangxi, Yunnan and Sichuan as well as the municipality of Shanghai, the agriculture ministry said on Saturday.

FDA declines to approve Aquestive's Viagra rival
Aquestive Therapeutics Inc said on Friday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration declined to approve its erectile dysfunction treatment and sought additional data.

Novartis' blood disorder drug gets FDA approval for expanded use
Novartis AG said on Friday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration expanded the use of its low platelets drug to treat patients with a rare, genetic blood disorder.

Pfizer to raise U.S. drug prices in January after previously backing down
Pfizer Inc said on Friday that it plans to hike U.S. prices on 41 of its medicines in January, after walking back its previous planned price increases this summer under pressure from President Donald Trump.

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Blackpool hospital medic held over 'poisoning' claims
The allegations relate to alleged mistreatment and neglect of some stroke patients in Blackpool.

Peanut allergy treatment 'in sight'
Emily Pratt, six, took part in the treatment trial and can now tolerate foods with traces of peanuts.

Giving blood: 'We are reliant on blood donors to keep Henry alive'
Blood donors urged to keep appointments to avoid a dramatic slump in stocks over the festive period.

Zholia Alemi: Foreign doctor checks after fake psychiatrist case
Some 3,000 doctors face scrutiny after an unqualified New Zealander practised in the UK for 22 years.

Hospital noise levels growing worse, say researchers
Noise in hospitals often exceeds harmful levels and can affect the wellbeing of patients and staff, research finds.

Living in a cold, dark climate more likely to lead to heavy drinking
A new study has linked cold and less sunlight with a higher incidence of binge drinking and liver disease.

Alopecia patients call for NHS to fund real hair wigs
People paying thousands for wigs want the psychological impacts of hair loss to be better understood.

Google halts glucose-sensing contact lens project
The contact lens was designed to help people with diabetes monitor their glucose levels


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Potential life-saving peanut allergy drug on horizon, scientists say
Scientists are inching closer toward a drug that may protect peanut allergy sufferers from potentially life-threatening complications that can occur due to accidental consumption.
FDA warns against honey pacifiers after Texas infants hospitalized with ‘rare’ illness
Parents, be warned: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is cautioning caregivers to not give honey to babies under one year of age, as four infants in Texas were recently hospitalized after using pacifiers that contained t
Construction worker suicide rates are highest in the US, CDC study says
Males working in construction have the highest suicide rates in the country, according to a recent analysis by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Adenovirus outbreak in New Jersey kills 11, officials order center to separate patients
A viral outbreak at a New Jersey pediatric facility has killed another child, health officials confirmed Friday, bringing the total number of fatalities to 11.
Experts: Children at risk of lead poisoning in Chattanooga
Health experts are urging people living near a Chattanooga Superfund site to have their children tested for lead contamination.
Man's runny nose was actually leaking brain fluid
A North Carolina man said he ruined Thanksgiving for his family last year when fluid allegedly seeped out of his nose and into the turkey dinner.
Sucking on your baby’s pacifier to clean it may be good for their health, study says
Could sucking on your baby’s pacifier reduce their risk of developing asthma and allergies? According to a new study, it just might.
Boy who lost legs to meningitis as a newborn learns to walk on prosthetic limbs
A football-mad ten-year-old who lost both his legs to meningitis is learning to walk again with new prosthetic limbs - that allows him to bend his knees for the first time.
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