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A Spike In Liver Disease Deaths Among Young Adults Fueled By Alcohol - NPR

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A Spike In Liver Disease Deaths Among Young Adults Fueled By Alcohol
NPR
Dr. Elliot Tapper has treated a lot of patients, but this one stood out. "His whole body was yellow," Tapper remembers. "He could hardly move. It was difficult for him to breathe, and he wasn't eating anything." The patient was suffering from chronic ...
Alcohol-related liver deaths have increased sharplyWashington Post
More Americans Are Dying of Cirrhosis and Liver CancerNew York Times
More Americans are drinking themselves to death, study suggestsCBS News
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A Florida man died of flesh-eating bacteria after eating raw oysters — here's how concerned you should be - Business Insider

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A Florida man died of flesh-eating bacteria after eating raw oysters — here's how concerned you should be
Business Insider
A Florida man died on July 10 after eating a raw oyster at a Sarasota restaurant that was contaminated by the bacteria Vibrio vulnificus, which can cause flesh-eating disease, or necrotizing fasciitis. These bacteria thrive in warm, salty water, which ...
Bad oyster kills Florida diner: How worried should you be?Orlando Sentinel
Flesh-eating bacteria in raw oysters kill Florida man, health officials sayFox News
Florida man dies after eating raw oysters tainted with 'flesh-eating' bacteriaAL.com
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Valsartan recall: 4 things patients should know - CNN

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Valsartan recall: 4 things patients should know
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(CNN) Several common drugs that contain valsartan, used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure, were recalled in the United States on Friday due to an "impurity" in the drug that poses a potential cancer risk. That impurity, N ...
Affected by the Valsartan Heart Drug Recall? Here's What to DoHealthDay

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Kansas mom warns of hot temperatures after teen son with autism dies of heat exhaustion - Fox News

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Kansas mom warns of hot temperatures after teen son with autism dies of heat exhaustion
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A teenage boy with autism in Lawrence, Kansas died last week from heat exhaustion, his mother said. Now, she's warning others about the dangers of the scorching summer temperatures. “He found so much joy in the small things. He had such a big smile,” ...
'I knew something was wrong:' 18-year-old with severe non-verbal autism dies of heat exhaustionfox6now.com
Teen with Autism Dies of Heat Exhaustion After Walk on 102-Degree Day: 'This Is Real,' Warns MomPEOPLE.com
Lawrence family warns of heat dangers after losing teenage sonWRAL.com
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Experts Say Recent 'Alien' Mummy Study Was Deeply Flawed and Unethical - Gizmodo

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Experts Say Recent 'Alien' Mummy Study Was Deeply Flawed and Unethical
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Earlier this year, scientists from Stanford University concluded that a strange skeleton known as the Atacama Mummy belonged to a human girl whose physical malformations were the result of several severe genetic mutations. A team of international ...

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Sun City Center Woman Finds Rabid Bat Clinging To Arm - Patch.com

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Sun City Center Woman Finds Rabid Bat Clinging To Arm
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SUN CITY CENTER, FL – A bat that attacked a Sun City Center woman has tested positive for rabies. On Monday, July 16, while helping a friend into a car in a parking lot in the 4000 block of Upper Creek Drive, a Sun City Center woman felt something ...
Hillsborough woman finds rabid bat clinging to her armWFLA
Woman finds rabid bat clinging to her arm in Hillsborough CountyABC Action News
Florida Woman Being Treated After Attack by Rabid BatU.S. News & World Report
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Deaths from liver disease have been rising since the financial crisis
Cirrhosis deaths were falling in the US until the financial crisis hit in 2008, but have sharply risen since then, especially among young people
The death of 9-year-old girl may be a tipping point for air pollution
The family of Ella Kissi-Debrah want an inquest to rule air pollution as the cause of her death, while other legal cases are challenging government inaction on dirty air
Medical marijuana: What you really need to know
The use of medical cannabis is sweeping the world, but for many conditions it’s not clear it’s even effective. What would an evidence-based system prescribe?
Autism can bring extra abilities and now we’re finding out why
Many strengths and difficulties associated with autism stem from the same thing, says Anna Remington, who researches questions autistic people are asking
No, mobile phones still won’t give you brain cancer
We are so glued to our phones that people can't seem to stop worrying that they give you cancer – but if they did, we would have seen a massive increase in tumours
‘Toxic’ levels of borax in toy slime are unlikely to hurt children
A report by consumer group Which? has warned that many toy slime products break European Union limits on borax, but a few precautions should keep people safe
Blood test detects melanoma skin cancer while it’s easily treatable
A blood test that detects melanoma in its early stages may allow people to get treatment before the cancer spreads and becomes difficult to cure
Wireless implant lights up inside the body to kill cancer
Researchers have developed a sticky sheet that could allow a wirelessly-powered LED chip to be stuck inside the body to deliver "photodynamic therapy"
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Take a Number: More Americans Are Dying of Cirrhosis and Liver Cancer
Death rates from both diseases have risen sharply, particularly among young adults over the last decade. A possible villain: the Great Recession.
Bowing to Trump, Novartis Joins Pfizer in Freezing Drug Prices
The move comes as drug companies scramble to show they are responding to criticism about their rising prices, including from President Trump.
Trilobites: 3-D Color X-Rays Could Help Spot Deadly Disease Without Surgery
A new medical scanner, derived from technology used by particle physics researchers at CERN, “is like the upgrade from black-and-white film to color,” one of its developers said.
Global Health: Now in Sight: Success Against an Infection That Blinds
Following a 20-year campaign, trachoma has been eliminated as a public health menace in at least seven poor countries.
Phys Ed: To Stretch or Not to Stretch? Athletes Put It to the Test
The answer could depend on how we feel about stretching and what kind of exercise — and stretching — we intend to do.
mind: Psychology Itself Is Under Scrutiny
Many famous studies of human behavior cannot be reproduced. Even so, they revealed aspects of our inner lives that feel true.
Blood Pressure Medicine Is Recalled
The F.D.A. announced that batches of a widely used generic drug, valsartan, made in China, might be tainted with a probable cancer-causing ingredient.
Personal Health: When to Get Your Bone Density Tested
Updated guidelines can help women decide when to have bone density screening but may discourage men.
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If It Isn't Real Meat, Say So: Survey
Title: If It Isn't Real Meat, Say So: Survey
Food Allergies Less Severe in Infants: Study
Title: Food Allergies Less Severe in Infants: Study
Health Tip: Use Tampons Safely
Title: Health Tip: Use Tampons Safely
Health Tip: Performing the Heimlich Maneuver
Title: Health Tip: Performing the Heimlich Maneuver
It's Called Kombucha. But Is It Good for You?
Title: It's Called Kombucha. But Is It Good for You?
Could an Early Supper Lower Breast, Prostate Cancer Risk?
Title: Could an Early Supper Lower Breast, Prostate Cancer Risk?
Nitrates in Meat May Be Tied to Mania: Study
Title: Nitrates in Meat May Be Tied to Mania: Study
The Latest on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Title: The Latest on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
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Brain damage 'more likely in cardiac arrest patients given adrenaline'
It increased the chances of survival but patients were more likely to have brain damage, a study finds.

Fish oil supplements for a healthy heart 'nonsense'
The evidence around omega-3 supplements is flimsy at best, say experts.

Is heading a football bad for your health?
Study of retired players hopes to provide a definitive answer on the risks of repeatedly heading the ball.

Scientist debunks health hoaxes with viral parody video
Jonathan Jarry's video about a fake cancer-curing moss has been viewed over nine million times.

Parents warned over 'toxic' slime
Consumer group Which? is concerned the popular children's products are not being properly vetted.

Editing human embryos 'morally permissible'
An independent inquiry gives go-ahead to genetically altering human embryos, but advises caution.

The eye doctor who could not see the stars
Dr Andrew Bastawrous has invented an app that has been shown in clinical trials to help more children see clearly.

Hot summer leading to 'toxic' algae
Blooms have flourished during the warm spell but they pose a health risk to humans and animals.

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Systemic changes may reduce gender disparities in medical training
(Reuters Health) - Gender disparities in medical careers - in position, pay and publishing - start early, but even small systemic changes in training programs could begin to narrow these gaps, says a group of Harvard Medical School doctors.

Trump administration proposes altering rule on drug rebates
The Trump administration has proposed a rule that would scale back protections currently in place that allow rebates between drug manufacturers and insurers and pharmacy benefits managers, according to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) website.

Parents' childhood trauma tied to behavior problems in kids
(Reuters Health) - Parents who had a lot of traumatic or stressful experiences during childhood may be more likely to have kids with behavioral problems, a U.S. study suggests.

More U.S. teens saying 'no' to smoking and drinking
(Reuters Health) - High school students in the U.S. are a lot more sober than they used to be, a new study suggests.

Bulgaria reports another case of ovine rinderpest
Bulgaria reported on Thursday another case of the highly contagious Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR) close to the border with Turkey.

Allergan, Molecular Partners eye drug meets main goal in two studies
Allergan Plc and Molecular Partners AG said on Thursday their treatment for neovascular age-related macular degeneration, a leading cause of vision loss among people over 65, met the main goal in two late-stage studies.

Mersana's cancer drug trial put on hold by FDA; shares halted
Mersana Therapeutics said on Thursday an early stage trial testing its lead cancer drug has been put on partial hold by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration after a patient's death was possibly linked to the treatment.

Chinese pharma firm recalls heart drug in U.S. after possible impurity
The Chinese bulk manufacturer of the common blood and heart drug valsartan said it was recalling the product from consumers in the United States and would halt supplies to the country, after an impurity linked to cancer had been detected.

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Medicinal cannabis 'should be available on prescription'
The Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs recommends rules should be changed for these drugs, if safe.

Plan to teach all children first aid
It comes after an inquiry into the Manchester bombing found that many adults lacked life-saving skills.

Private firms cash in on over-stretched NHS
Hospitals, ambulances and mental health services are spending £1bn a year on care from outside the NHS.

Morrisons introduces 'autistic shopping hour'
Stores will dim lights, turn music off and avoid using the tannoy on Saturdays from 09:00 to 10:00.

Delays in radiology results 'affecting patient care'
The health regulator found huge variations in the time taken to report on radiology examinations.

Brain damage 'more likely in cardiac arrest patients given adrenaline'
It increased the chances of survival but patients were more likely to have brain damage, a study finds.

Patients face autism referral and assessment 'lottery'
Children and adults in England can face a wait of more than two years for an autism assessment, data reveals.

HPV jab should be given to boys, committee says
Adolescent boys as well as girls should get the vaccine, an advisory committee says.


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New Jersey dad infected with flesh-eating bacteria while crabbing to lose fingers, some toes
A New Jersey father who contracted a flesh-eating bacteria while crabbing at Matt’s Landing in Maurice River in early July will reportedly need to have his fingers amputated in order to prevent the spread of infection — and his fa
Parents whose newborn babies died from herpes warn about deadly virus
They're speaking out about their heartbreaking stories to educate others.
Kansas mom warns of hot temperatures after teen son with autism dies of heat exhaustion
A teenage boy with autism in Lawrence, Kansas died last week from heat exhaustion, his mother said. Now, she’s warning others about the dangers of the scorching summer temperatures.
K2 drug wreaking havoc in DC, with possible links to 4 deaths, officials say
A batch of synthetic marijuana that is putting users into a zombie-like state in scenes reminiscent of the horror film “Night of the Living Dead” may be tied to at least four deaths and more than 140 cases of illness in the Washin
Link seen between ADHD and digital media: study
A study released Tuesday by the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests a direct relationship between computer screen time among teens and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Liver damage, liver cancer spiked over last decade -- with alcohol, unemployment seen as factors: study
Deaths from cirrhosis, a form of liver damage, and liver cancer have dramatically increased in the last decade, according to a study published Wednesday.
Flesh-eating bacteria in raw oysters kill Florida man, health officials say
A man who ate raw oysters at a Florida restaurant has died after contracting an infection from the Vibrio vulnificus bacteria, health officials say.
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