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'Do whatever you have to do to save my life': Man who lost ALL his limbs from infection caused by a dog lick speaks ... - Daily Mail

Daily Mail

'Do whatever you have to do to save my life': Man who lost ALL his limbs from infection caused by a dog lick speaks ...
Daily Mail
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT; Greg Manteufel, from West Bend, Wisconsin, began developing flu-like symptoms last month; The 48-year-old went to the emergency room where he was told he had a blood infection from a bacterial pathogen called ...

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Eastern equine encephalitis detected in mosquito in Massachusetts - The Boston Globe

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Eastern equine encephalitis detected in mosquito in Massachusetts
The Boston Globe
A mosquito in Massachusetts has tested positive for Eastern equine encephalitis, or EEE, state health officials announced Wednesday. The disease is serious, and potentially fatal, officials said. Humans can contract the disease via the bite of an ...
What to know about the deadly Eastern equine encephalitis virus found in AtlantaAtlanta Journal Constitution
Mosquitoes in the Lower Valley test positive for St. Louis EncephalitisKFOX El Paso
First EEE-positive mosquito of the season found, Massachusetts health officials sayMassLive.com
Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News -Decaturish.com -Fox News -El Paso Herald-Post (press release) (blog)
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E-cigarettes: Rapid rise in teen vaping alarms health professionals - Appleton Post Crescent

Appleton Post Crescent

E-cigarettes: Rapid rise in teen vaping alarms health professionals
Appleton Post Crescent
Local and state health officials expressed serious concerns with the swift and steady rise in teen vaping, and they see no reversal in sight without intervention. The concern is partly that electronic cigarettes contain nicotine which can harm brain ...
High school bathrooms across US will soon have e-cigarette warningsWRTV Indianapolis
Over 2 Million Middle And High School Students In The US Have Vaped Marijuana, According To StudyTech Times
FDA should drive a wedge between teens & vapingDenton Record Chronicle
WOKV -WiscNews -Monthly Prescribing Reference -Inverse
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Moms who breastfeed first child for at least 5 months likely to have 'more children overall,' study suggests - Fox News

Fox News

Moms who breastfeed first child for at least 5 months likely to have 'more children overall,' study suggests
Fox News
There are numerous benefits of breastfeeding for mother and baby alike, such as shedding pregnancy weight and potentially reducing a baby's risk of contracting certain illnesses. A new study also suggests women who breastfeed for at least five months ...
Women who breastfeed more than five months have more kidsCornell Chronicle
Women who breastfeed for at least five months have more kidsScience Daily

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US surgeon accused of removing wrong organ and not telling patient - TVNZ

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US surgeon accused of removing wrong organ and not telling patient
TVNZ
An American surgeon denies he breached the standard of care when he removed an Iowa woman's healthy kidney instead of her adrenal gland. Dr Scott Baker and The Surgical Institute of South Dakota responded to a lawsuit filed by Dena Knapp last month ...
Surgeon denies negligence in removing woman's healthy kidneyBristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)
Surgeon denies negligence in removing woman's healthy…Brinkwire (press release)
Surgeon, medical practice, deny negligence in removing woman's kidneySioux Falls Argus Leader
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From Prevention to Treatment: Everything You Need to Know About this Year's Flu - PEOPLE.com

PEOPLE.com

From Prevention to Treatment: Everything You Need to Know About this Year's Flu
PEOPLE.com
The 2017 – 2018 flu season was the deadliest in years, resulting in a record-breaking number of hospitalizations and several deaths. And while flu season may seem months away, it's crucial to take early action and be armed with information and ...
Flu vaccine season has arrivedLedger Independent
How Healthcare Providers Can Help Keep Kids Safe from the FluInfection Control Today
No time for flu shot? Glynn County offers drive-thru vaccinationsWJXT News4JAX
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Zombie Brain Cells Could Hold Key to Combating Alzheimer's, Mouse Study Suggests - Newsweek

Newsweek

Zombie Brain Cells Could Hold Key to Combating Alzheimer's, Mouse Study Suggests
Newsweek
Targeting so-called "zombie cells" could hold the key to treating age-related conditions including Alzheimer's disease, according to a study in mice. Also known as senescent cells, these units are neither useful nor dead, and are unable to replicate or ...
Zombie cells found in brains of mice prior to cognitive lossEurekAlert (press release)
'Zombie' cell elimination offers Alzheimer's treatment hopeITV News
Clearing Faulty Cells Out Of The Brain May Stave Off Cognitive DeclineFuturism
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Milk alternatives: Which are good for both you and the planet?
Milks made from peas, nuts and more are taking supermarket shelves by storm. Here's what you should be drinking if you care about your health and the environment
Killing ‘zombie’ brain cells can prevent memory loss in mice
Dysfunctional, or 'senescent', brain cells can drive brain degeneration – and killing them saved mice from further damage and memory loss
The whiff of sandalwood makes the human head sprout more hair
Your scalp can "smell" things - and when it detects synthetic sandalwood, the rate of hair growth increases
Only one in five UK adults would choose to live forever if they could
New Scientist Asks the Public has revealed that only 21 per cent of people would be keen to become immortal, should it ever become scientifically possible
Skin genetically engineered to destroy cocaine could prevent addiction
Engineered skin cells inserted beneath the skin of mice help destroy cocaine in the blood before it reaches the brain – and the therapy might work in people too
An antioxidant might lead to new therapies for bone arthritis
An antioxidant commonly sold as a food supplement has been found to limit joint damage in mice with osteoarthritis, and may lead to new treatments for people
New Apple Watch heart monitor sounds great – here’s why it may not be
At its latest product launch, Apple announced its smartwatches would get an upgrade letting people take an ECG of their own heart, but this could do more harm than good
Bandages laser-bonded to your skin may fix wounds better than stitches
Most flesh wounds are repaired with sutures, but they cause extra damage to the skin. A bandage made of silk and gold, sealed with laser light, could solve that
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Trilobites: Kidney Stones Are More Beautiful Than You Might Think
New research found that the painful deposits are surprisingly dynamic, forming much like microscopic coral reefs, and could help with treating them.
Merger of Cigna and Express Scripts Gets Approval From Justice Dept.
The takeover of one of the nation’s largest pharmacy benefit manager by a big health insurer is expected to close by the end of the year.
Phys Ed: Faster. Slower. How We Walk Depends on Who We Walk With, and Where We Live.
Men tend to walk differently with other men than with women. And Americans walk faster with children, whereas Ugandans move more leisurely.
Adolescence: How to Help Teenagers Embrace Stress
Stretching beyond familiar limits doesn’t always feel good, but growing and learning — the keys to school and much of life — can’t happen any other way.
When Family Members Care for Aging Parents
My siblings and I joined the ranks of the 15 million or so unpaid and untrained family caregivers for older adults in this country.
Low-Dose Aspirin Late in Life? Healthy People May Not Need It
Millions take aspirin to prevent heart attacks, strokes and cancer. New research shows older people in good health may not need it — and should not start taking it.
Matter: Why Your DNA Is Still Uncharted Territory
Scientists are focusing on a relatively small number of human genes and neglecting thousands of others. The reasons have more to do with professional survival than genetics.
Where a Sore Throat Becomes a Death Sentence
Once a year, doctors travel to Rwanda to perform lifesaving surgery on people with damaged heart valves — a disease caused by untreated strep throat.
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Could Household Cleaners Make Your Kid Fat?
Title: Could Household Cleaners Make Your Kid Fat?
Ex-Cons May Be Good Job Hires
Title: Ex-Cons May Be Good Job Hires
Health Tip: Coping With ADHD
Title: Health Tip: Coping With ADHD
Health Tip: Protect Your Child's Hearing
Title: Health Tip: Protect Your Child's Hearing
Injected Drug May Be New Weapon Against Gout
Title: Injected Drug May Be New Weapon Against Gout
Parents Blame Smartphones, Tablets for Teens' Sleep Troubles
Title: Parents Blame Smartphones, Tablets for Teens' Sleep Troubles
5 Foods to Always Have in Your Freezer
Title: 5 Foods to Always Have in Your Freezer
After Florence Comes the Cleanup: Stay Safe
Title: After Florence Comes the Cleanup: Stay Safe
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South Africa's highest court legalises cannabis use
Pro-marijuana activists cheer following a landmark ruling by the country's highest court.

Hiding my psychosis for 10 years from the age of 12
Luke Watkin first experienced psychosis at 12 years old - he didn't talk about it for a decade.

Yoghurts (even organic ones) 'full of sugar'
Public told not to be lulled into thinking yoghurts are as healthy as many assume.

Pregnancy weight gain 'going unmeasured'
Midwives want clear advice about how much weight is healthy for women to put on during pregnancy.

Zimbabwe cholera outbreak: Anger at crowdfunding scheme
An emergency has been declared and public gatherings banned in Harare after 25 deaths.

Bedside light tool could detect baby brain injury earlier
A new bedside tool can detect brain damage by measuring oxygen and energy levels using light.

'Aspirin-a-day risky in old age' - major study
A major study suggests elderly people in good health should not take the drug every day.

Busting the myths around sex virus HPV
It doesn't necessarily mean your partner cheated, and you can get it from safe sex.

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Judicial bypass process for abortion in Texas causes harm, researchers say
(Reuters Health) - The judicial bypass process for abortion in Texas could be used as a form of punishment, allowing officials to humiliate young women for their personal decisions, a small study suggests.

Baby-boomers expect kids to care for them when they're sick
(Reuters Health) - Three in four baby-boomers with children expect one of their kids to help care for them when their health fails in old age and they don't have a spouse who can do this, a UK study suggests.

Low-carb diet better when it includes more vegetables, nuts
(Reuters Health) - People who cut back on carbohydrates may end up increasing their risk of premature death if they load their plates with meat and cheese instead of vegetables and nuts, a U.S. study suggests.

One in three gun-owning U.S. veterans don't store weapons safely
(Reuters Health) - A substantial percentage of U.S. military vets store guns loaded and ready to use, according to an American study that could have implications for suicide prevention.

Zimbabwe seeks $35 million to fight cholera outbreak
Zimbabwe is appealing to individual citizens and local companies for $35 million to help fight a cholera outbreak that has killed 31 and infected more than 5,000, the finance minister said.

Bayer's Monsanto asks U.S. court to toss $289 million glyphosate verdict
Bayer AG unit Monsanto on Tuesday asked a California judge to throw out a $289 million jury verdict awarded to a man who alleged the company's glyphosate-based weed-killers, including Roundup, gave him cancer.

Factbox: Bayer's Monsanto faces broad U.S. glyphosate litigation
Bayer AG's Monsanto unit has urged a California judge to toss the $289-million verdict a jury awarded to a man who said the company's glyphosate-based weed-killers, including the widely-used Roundup brand, caused his cancer.

UK rejects adult Novartis CAR-T therapy, after 'yes' in kids
Health authorities in England have rejected a pricey CAR-T cell therapy from Novartis for adults with blood cancer, two weeks after endorsing its use in children and young people.

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Shropshire hospitals baby deaths review cases rise to over 100
Baby and mother deaths, as well as birth injuries, are being reviewed at hospitals in Shropshire.

Making sure you get the right type of calorie
Meet the latest dietary idea being used in the battle against the bulge - the "quality" calorie.

Are drink-driving limits too high?
How are the limits on how much alcohol you can drink set?

Yoghurts (even organic ones) 'full of sugar'
Public told not to be lulled into thinking yoghurts are as healthy as many assume.

Pregnancy weight gain 'going unmeasured'
Midwives want clear advice about how much weight is healthy for women to put on during pregnancy.

South Africa's highest court legalises cannabis use
Pro-marijuana activists cheer following a landmark ruling by the country's highest court.

Hiding my psychosis for 10 years from the age of 12
Luke Watkin first experienced psychosis at 12 years old - he didn't talk about it for a decade.

Bacteria disrupts Northern Ireland breast milk service
Donated breast milk held in the County Fermanagh facility is destroyed after a bug is found in the water supply.


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Moms who breastfeed first child for at least 5 months likely to have 'more children overall,' study suggests
There are numerous benefits of breastfeeding for mother and baby alike, such as shedding pregnancy weight and potentially reducing a baby’s risk of contracting certain illnesses. But could breastfeeding for at least five months re
Swimmers warned after diarrhea-causing parasite confirmed in Illinois public pool
Swimmers in Illinois are being warned about potential illness after a patient who had visited a public pool tested positive for a highly-contagious parasite.
Michigan schools report viral meningitis cases across several districts: report
Heads up, parents in Michigan: Three school districts in the state have reported separate cases of viral meningitis, according to a local report.
Dying boy's Christmas decorations allegedly vandalized, neighbor claims
Neighbors who have come together to celebrate Christmas early for a dying 2-year-old boy in Ohio said they won’t let the alleged actions of a few vandals stop them from spreading the holiday spirit for him.
Georgia boy, 4, treated for rabies after mom shoots raccoon dead in porch attack
A Georgia boy is being treated for rabies after he was attacked by an animal on his family’s front porch last week.
Vietnam War veteran donates life-saving kidney to fellow US airman after reuniting nearly 50 years later
Two Vietnam War veterans who reunited nearly 50 years after they served in the Air Force together now share more than just experiences.
Michigan resident infected with deadly mosquito-borne illness, health officials say
For the first time since 2016, a Michigan resident has been diagnosed with a case of Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), a mosquito-borne virus that can lead to “lasting brain damage” and even death, the state’s Department of Healt
Minnesota health department reports 'third travel-related case of measles' in less than 6 weeks
Minnesota travelers, be alert — health officials have a message for you: be on the lookout for measles symptoms.
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