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Here's Why Using More Sugar May Cause Alzheimer's Disease
-Tech Times - Fri Feb 24 16:59:45 EST 2017
People taking more sugar-rich diet are warned. They face the dire risk of contracting Alzheimer's disease, which degenerates brain cells, triggers memory loss, and contributes to t...
Could Parkinson's Disease Raise Stroke Risk?
-MedlinePlus - Fri Feb 24 04:58:29 EST 2017
THURSDAY, Feb. 23, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- A large new analysis suggests there may some type of link between Parkinson's disease and the risk for stroke. However, the study can't ...
Congenital Heart Disease: What It Means For Your Baby’s Health
-Tech Times - Fri Feb 24 04:04:55 EST 2017
A baby with a rapid heartbeat; a bluish tinge to the skin, lips, and nails (cyanosis); and signs of visible fatigue and fast, labored breathing when feeding could be telltale signs...
Christina Grimmie shooting revisited on '48 Hours'
-NJ.com - Fri Feb 24 04:03:25 EST 2017
EVESHAM -- The tragic story of a 22-year-old South Jersey singer gunned down by a stalker will be featured on CBS' "48 Hours" this weekend. Christina Grimmie, rocketed to...
Why Don't Ticks Die of Lyme Disease?
-Live Science - Fri Feb 24 07:13:42 EST 2017
When the deer ticks that carry the bacteria that cause Lyme disease chomp down on a person's skin and spread the bacteria, the result is a debilitating and hard-to-treat infection....
Dentists at the Front Line in Diabetes Epidemic
-MedlinePlus - Fri Feb 24 04:58:29 EST 2017
THURSDAY, Feb. 23, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- You'd probably be surprised if your dentist said you might have type 2 diabetes. But new research finds that severe gum disease may be a...
Henry Larkin, a heart attack survivor who suffers from diabetes and high blood pressure, knew something was wrong. He couldn’t stand for more than 20 minutes before going numb and ...
Fatal drug overdoses in US on the rise, CDC says
-Stat News - Thu Feb 23 19:13:56 EST 2017
F atal drug overdoses continued their depressing climb in 2015, while the opioid crisis shifts from taking lives with painkillers like oxycodone to more lethal compounds like ...
Drug overdoses in the U.S. are on the rise, and now one in four of them come from heroin. A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that 25% of overdose...
CDC: More Drug Overdoses Heroin-Related
-UPROXX - Fri Feb 24 10:00:59 EST 2017
On Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that 25% of U.S. drug overdoses in 2015 were related to heroin. Additionally, researchers discovered the rate of ...
Canucks' Stecher diagnosed with mumps, 4 others showing symptoms
-The Score - Fri Feb 24 13:12:57 EST 2017
Here's more from the release: In keeping with BC Centre of Disease Control and Vancouver Coastal Health guidelines, players presenting symptoms are immediately being tested and qua...
Mosquitoes Do Not Care About Your Citronella Candles
-Newser - Sun Feb 26 10:01:39 EST 2017
(Newser) – It isn't just nice when mosquito repellents actually do what they claim to—it's necessary. The biting insects are one of nature's top disease vectors, spreading everythi...
Here’s the good news: The number of deaths among Hispanics due to cardiovascular disease is down, according to national mortality statistics. But here’s the catch: Strokes and dise...
Medical News Today: Multiple sclerosis: New technology improves cognition
-Medical News Today - Sun Feb 26 01:09:06 EST 2017
Multiple sclerosis is a debilitating neurological disease that affects tens of thousands of Americans. While there is yet no cure for the illness, researchers are working hard to u...
A 5-year-old with PTSD: the reality of deportation policies
-The Seattle Times - Fri Feb 24 13:07:47 EST 2017
YOU may have read about the deportation of a woman who had been living in Arizona for more than 20 years. She was well known to Immigration and Customs Enforcement and had been com...
Heroin overdoses more than quadrupled between 2010 and 2015
-NY Daily News - Fri Feb 24 08:09:19 EST 2017
ATLANTA — The number of deadly heroin overdoses in the United States more than quadrupled from 2010 to 2015, a federal agency said on Friday, as the price of the drug dropped and i...
What Is VX Nerve Agent? Kim Jong-nam Killed With Chemical Warfare Substance
-International Business Times - Fri Feb 24 13:10:56 EST 2017
Malaysian authorities announced Friday that the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Kim Jong-nam, was killed with the toxic nerve agent substance VX. CCTV footage show...
Opioid Substitute Is Snail Venom For Pain Relief
-University Herald - Fri Feb 24 19:06:56 EST 2017
Opioids are considered to be a prescription drug that is quite effective for pain relief. However, recent reports have shown that there is an epidemic in the country as the rate of...
Komodo Dragon Blood Contains Substances That Can Save Lives [Video]
-University Herald - Sat Feb 25 01:07:00 EST 2017
A team of researchers discovered that the blood of Komodo dragon can be used to get rid of antibiotic resistant bacteria. They were from George Mason University in Virginia. They i...
Former Vice President Al Gore, the founder and chairman of The Climate Reality Project, opens the Climate & Health Meeting at The Carter Center in Atlanta on Thursday, Feb. 16,...
What happens to your body and brain when you drink too much
-Philly.com - Sat Feb 25 04:53:36 EST 2017
Q: What are the dangers of binge drinking? A: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, excessive drinking causes more than 90,000 deaths in the U.S. each year—a...
Feldman: Cigarette tax a healthy investment | Opinion | southbendtribune.com
-South Bend Tribune - Sat Feb 25 08:00:56 EST 2017
Once again the General Assembly considers raising the cigarette tax. The legislative proposal just changed. The original measure increased the tax by $1.50 per pack and restored $3...
Why there’s a US surge in mumps despite vaccine
-tribLive - Fri Feb 24 04:29:22 EST 2017
In this Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015 photo, a pediatrician holds a dose of the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine at his practice in Northridge, Calif. Vaccinations can cause minor sid...
“CT scan of the abdomen shows the patient to have multiple bilateral, too numerous to count, liver lesions consistent with widespread liver metastases.” My jaw dropped as I read th...
Bay State ranks in top 10 for OD deaths
-Boston Herald - Fri Feb 24 22:06:41 EST 2017
Massachusetts ranks among the worst states in the nation for drug overdose deaths, part of a cluster in the Northeast where opioids and other narcotics have spiked OD numbers, fede...
America's Fentanyl Crisis "Is Surging, With No End In Sight"
-Zero Hedge - Sat Feb 25 19:11:07 EST 2017
Having surpassed gun homicides for the first time in 2015, the epidemic of heroin and opioid related deaths in the US continues to grow. Amid the dismal failure of the 'war on drug...
It's almost like something out of a spy novel. On Friday, Malaysian authorities announced that VX, the "deadliest nerve agent ever created", was used to assassinate Kim Jong-nam, t...
Deep Brain Stimulation Tested as Potential Anorexia Therapy
-Voice of America - Thu Feb 23 19:11:35 EST 2017
LONDON —  A small study in 16 people with severe anorexia has found that implanting stimulation electrodes into the brains of patients could ease their anxiety and help them g...
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