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Singing May Be Good Medicine for Parkinson's Patients
-MedlinePlus - Mon Aug 14 08:22:43 EDT 2017
FRIDAY, Aug. 11, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Singing? To benefit people with Parkinson's disease? It just may help, a researcher says. "We're not trying to make them better singers, b...
Fleas test positive for plague in two Arizona counties
-UPI - Mon Aug 14 12:01:19 EDT 2017
The CDC says previous studies have shown outbreaks of the plague occasionally happen in the southwestern United States during cooler summers that follow wet winters. Aug. 14 (UPI) ...
Medical News Today: Restrictive lung disease: Types, causes, and treatment
-Medical News Today - Sun Aug 13 05:07:32 EDT 2017
Most cases of restrictive lung diseases are not curable, but they are often manageable with medication and exercise regimes. Long-term lung conditions are traditionally separated i...
A new study published in the European Heart Journal Monday finds that being overweight increases your risk of coronary heart disease, even if you are otherwise considered healthy, ...
Fleas test positive for plague bacteria in parts of Arizona
-Fox News - Tue Aug 15 05:21:15 EDT 2017
  Fleas carrying the plague have been found in some parts of Arizona, according to health officials. On Friday (Aug. 11), the Navajo County Health Department (NCHD) announced ...
A Pennsylvania woman has made it her mission to raise awareness for the devastation that --- cancer can cause after 11 women in her family -- including herself -- have been diag...
Updated 1 hour ago I wasn't sure if the pain that shot through my calves, knees, quads and hips with each step around mile 20 was because those miles had been grueling up and down,...
ROYAL OAK, Mich. (AP) — Organizers are seeking walkers and volunteers for an annual Michigan event that raises awareness and money for Alzheimer's care, support and research. The A...
Ask Dr. Mona: What are the risk factor for Alzheimer's disease?
-The Desert Sun - Tue Aug 15 11:10:58 EDT 2017
Six years after being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, legendary singer Glen Campbell passed away last week at the age of 81. His death has created fresh interest in this sixth ...
Health officials: Whooping cough on rise in Alabama | AL.com
-AL.Com - Tue Aug 15 05:45:55 EDT 2017
Whooping cough is on the rise in the state, and the Alabama Department of Public Health is warning that babies less than a year old can be put at risk by adults whose immunizations...
John Heard -- who played the dad in "Home Alone" -- died in a California hotel room after suffering a heart attack brought on by heart disease, officials tell TMZ. The 71-year...
This chewing gum detects dental disease
-PBS - Tue Aug 15 14:10:14 EDT 2017
The newest addition to your dentist’s grab bag of goodies might soon be gum. European scientists describe the development of a chewing gum that detects oral infections Tuesday in N...
'Fat but fit' still risk heart disease
-BBC News - Mon Aug 14 17:11:14 EDT 2017
People who are overweight or obese are at increased risk of heart disease even if they appear medically healthy, experts are warning. The researchers studied health data on more th...
The Plague Is Back — Here's What You Need To Know
-Refinery29 - Tue Aug 15 17:06:26 EDT 2017
Believe it or not, it's pretty common, even routine, for Arizonan fleas to test positive for the plague, Nicole Capone, M.A., public information officer for Arizona Department of H...
Aug. 16 (UPI) -- A study out Wednesday by a team of U.S. and German researchers has found that genetic variants affect how much gene expression changes in response to disease. The ...
After revealing back in June that he was suffering from stage four cancer, Robbie Rotten actor Stefán Karl Stefánsson has now announced that, following surgery, ‘the damn dise...
Kent Sepkowitz, MD, is an infectious disease specialist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Here, Dr. Sepkowitz weighs in on this week’s episode of “Game of Thrones” and the...
Tick-borne illnesses on the rise locally
-Chillicothe Gazette - Mon Aug 14 17:00:59 EDT 2017
CHILLICOTHE – An increasing trend in tick-borne illnesses, including Lyme disease, in southern Ohio has the Ross County Health District reminding people that even though summer is ...
What can genetic testing really tell you?
-Popular Science - Mon Aug 14 08:33:58 EDT 2017
Once difficult and expensive even for the most technologically advanced labs, genetic testing is fast becoming a cheap and easy consumer product. With a little spit and 200 dollars...
Nobody Panic, But Fleas Carrying Bubonic Plague Have Turned Up in The US
-Science Alert - Tue Aug 15 17:10:49 EDT 2017
The Black Death is alive and well in the American Southwest. Over the past several weeks, public health officials in two Arizona counties - Navajo County and Coconino County - have...
Former Arkansas coach, AD Broyles dies at 92
-The Kansas City Star - Mon Aug 14 11:06:15 EDT 2017
FILE - In this Dec. 6, 1975, file photo, Arkansas coach Frank Broyles is carried from the field by players Teddy Barnes, left, and Richard LaFargue 52) following his team's 30-6 NC...
Huntsville's HudsonAlpha Insitute for Biotechnology has been awarded a $2 million grant to research a gene reproduction process that may be linked to mental illness. Institute scie...
The Houston Department of Health will offer free immunizations for children on Monday, Aug. 14. In order to receive the free immunizations, children must qualify for the Texas Vacc...
The Plague Has Been Found on Fleas in Arizona | Metro US
-Metro.us - Mon Aug 14 11:02:32 EDT 2017
Health officials in Navajo County, Arizona, confirmed that fleas found among rodents in the area tested positive for the plague, a disease that wiped out over 50 percent of the Eur...
'Fat but fit' is a myth, study says
-UPI - Mon Aug 14 14:06:37 EDT 2017
MONDAY, Aug. 14, 2017 -- No amount of extra weight is good for your heart, no matter how fit you are by other measures, new British research shows. "Our findings suggest that if a ...
A new study suggests that overweight and obese people who have been deemed otherwise healthy are actually at an increased risk of developing coronary heart disease. The National In...
Residents and team members at The Buckingham, a Houston premier retirement community, recently partnered with the Alzheimer's Association to observe The Longest Day in support of t...
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