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There’s momentous debate about healthcare going in the United States—but little attention is being paid to protecting Americans from preventable threats. Unfortunately, as Rep. Tom...
Deer mice: Cute, but potentially deadly
-The Seattle Times - Thu Mar 23 08:07:45 EDT 2017
The deer mouse might be cutest among our problematic rodents. The tiny creature sports big eyes, large ears and a white underbelly. Typically, that happens during a rodent infestat...
CDC Monitoring New Threat In US: Drug-Resistant Fungal Infection
-Tech Times - Tue Mar 21 05:04:42 EDT 2017
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), on March 16, shared news about a hospital acquiring a fungal infection called Candida auris. The disease was first spotted in ...
U.S. infant mortality rate down 15 percent in last decade
-UPI - Tue Mar 21 08:21:44 EDT 2017
The largest decline was among Asian and Pacific Islander populations at 21 percent decline, though all groups showed significant decline in a new report from the CDC. March 21 (UPI...
US infant mortality rates drop 15 percent
-The Hill - Tue Mar 21 11:16:54 EDT 2017
America’s infant mortality rates have reached new lows, according to a report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released Tuesday. The number of infant ...
How Many Kids Are Dying In US? Infant Mortality Rate Reaches New Low
-International Business Times - Wed Mar 22 02:10:07 EDT 2017
Infant mortality, the death of children under the age of one year, is usually considered a yardstick for a country’s public health. Its rate, calculated by the number of deaths per...
5 Scary Facts About Heart Disease in Women (and What You Can Do)
-The Cheat Sheet - Tue Mar 21 08:56:20 EDT 2017
You may think you know everything about heart disease, but the truth is there are some terrifying facts out there that might surprise you. We’re taking a deeper look at five scary ...
Mumps outbreak spreads to UW Greek system
-The Seattle Times - Thu Mar 23 11:07:41 EDT 2017
Washington’s mumps outbreak, the worse this decade, has spread to the fraternities and sororities at the University of Washington. The UW sent a message Wednesday to all students, ...
Over 780 million people worldwide do not have access to an improved water source (piped or protected water) reports the Center of Disease Control (CDC).  It’s estimated that d...
Kentucky Woman Develops Rare Bacterial Infection After Childbirth
-Live Science - Fri Mar 24 14:14:45 EDT 2017
In a rare case, a woman in the U.S. developed the bacterial infection tetanus after giving birth at home, according to a new report. The 30-year-old woman, a member of the Amish co...
Researchers have seen big progress in reducing HIV transmission from mother to child, according to the latest data compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)....
BEACHWOOD, Ohio -- Sitting through hemodialysis treatment for four hours per day, three days per week, a blood pressure cuff wrapped around one arm, and two needle ports in th...
Maureen Waterbury came close to dying after she contracted a rare disease, hantavirus, in November. Waterbury, a registered nurse who lives in the Union Hill area outside Redmond, ...
Edamame soybeans sold at retail sushi counters in grocery stores and cafeterias are being recalled nationwide due to potential contamination with listeria. California-based Advance...
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The nation's infant mortality rate has dropped to a new low, falling by 15 percent between 2005 and 2014, according to data released today by the Centers for Dis...
A report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), released on Tuesday, March 21, reveals that death of infants in the country has decreased. The ra...
Risks Of Opioids Prescriptions: ‘Highly Concerning’ According To Studies
-University Herald - Tue Mar 21 11:36:13 EDT 2017
A recent study published in the journal Pediatrics found that in the course of 16 years, from January 2000 until December 2015, there were 188 468 prescription opioid-related expos...
McHenry County health officials mark March 24 as World TB Day
-Northwest Herald - Sun Mar 19 23:00:46 EDT 2017
During 2016, 71 cases of latent or active TB were identified in McHenry County and followed by the McHenry County Department of Health. In 2015, one case of extensively drug-resist...
There Are Now Fewer Tuberculosis Cases In The U.S. Than The CDC Has Ever Measured
-The Huffington Post - Thu Mar 23 11:10:38 EDT 2017
The number of U.S. tuberculosis cases in 2016 was the lowest since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention began reporting it in 1953, the agency announced Thursday. However...
Millions are deficient in vitamins D and B6 and don’t realize it
-Miami Herald - Sun Mar 26 05:50:40 EDT 2017
Do you need to take vitamin supplements? A straightforward question without a simple answer. The usual response would be that if you eat a variety of foods, you probably don’t need...
Late-season flu is preventable - Lowell Sun Online
-Lowell Sun - Mon Mar 20 05:01:06 EDT 2017
It is important to note that we are not out of the woods just yet on flu season. The peak of flu season typically occurs between the months of December and March, with confirmed ca...
Man Posts Video of Huge Chicken, Internet Eats It Up
-Newser - Tue Mar 21 11:01:42 EDT 2017
(Newser) – Somewhere in Eastern Europe, a chicken of unusual size is ruffling feathers. Named Merakli, the behemoth was filmed by a guy named Fitim Sejfijaj, who posted the footage...
Back in February, President Trump held a particularly divisive press conference wherein he declared that America was “drug-infested” and that drugs were “becoming cheaper than cand...
Infant Deaths Continue to Drop in the U.S. | Time.com
-TIME - Tue Mar 21 08:11:11 EDT 2017
Government agencies have released some good news for newborns. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) found ...
As Rick Grimes gets ready to lead his people in the war against Negan, The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus is pulling us back to the show's origins. Reedus shared a Polaroid snaps...
This week provided fresh evidence that drinking alcohol—in moderation, of course—can lower risk for most types of heart disease. Check out what else grabbed our attention in health...
Protect yourself against Zika and Lyme disease this summer
-Fox News - Sat Mar 25 06:03:39 EDT 2017
As the weather warms up, you and your family will probably be spending more time enjoying the great outdoors. After all, the summer brings more opportunities for you to camp, hike,...
Acme Markets works to Improve access to Naloxone in NJ
-NJ.com - Mon Mar 20 11:59:36 EDT 2017
MALVERN, PA. -- ACME Markets announced the availability of Narcan (naloxone HCI) nasal spray in all ACME pharmacies across New Jersey. This builds upon Acme's prior commitment to h...
For the most part, Americans are living longer lives than they did decades ago — but one particular class, white middle-aged men and women with no high school degree, has not seen ...
For the most part, Americans are living longer lives than they did decades ago — but one particular class, white middle-aged men and women with no high school diploma, has not seen...
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