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US salmonella outbreak linked to papayas from Mexico; 1 dead
-mySanAntonio.com - Wed Jul 26 08:00:26 EDT 2017
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — U.S. health officials are investigating a salmonella outbreak linked to papayas from Mexico that has killed a person in New York City and sickened another 4...
How The Brain And Gut Talk To Each Other
-International Business Times - Sun Jul 23 15:05:57 EDT 2017
It’s widely recognized that emotions can directly affect stomach function. As early as 1915, influential physiologist Walter Cannon noted that stomach functions are changed in anim...
US maker of panels in London fire: Others install them
-Times Union - Mon Jul 24 08:09:01 EDT 2017
ATLANTA (AP) — The leader of the U.S. manufacturer of the panels outside a London apartment tower where at least 80 people died in a fire says his company quit selling them for hig...
Modest reductions in measles vaccination rates among US children are poised to produce an inordinate number of new cases of the disease, while increasing annual public health expen...
“Football is not a contact sport, it’s a collision sport.” These words, spoken by legendary football coach Vince Lombardi, have taken on new meaning in the last decade after severa...
Before you dice up your yellow papayas at brunch, you might want to reconsider. The Centers for Disease Control have linked the tropical fruit to a deadly salmonella outbreak. From...
DECATUR, Ill. (AP) — The resurgence of a bug that was once nearly extinct has cities in central Illinois scurrying for answers of how to tackle the issue. The Herald & Review (...
A new research review has an important health warning for men: if you’re consistently having trouble getting an erection, get your blood sugar checked. The research shows...
'Unprecedented' outbreak of dengue fever
-CNN - Tue Jul 25 05:17:47 EDT 2017
"Island-wide Army troops will continue the campaign throughout the month until the incidence of Dengue is eradicated from all corners of the island," said a press release from the ...
Man Recovers After Contracting Flesh-Eating Bacteria On Hike
-Tech Times - Sun Jul 23 05:04:09 EDT 2017
A Florida man finally recovers after battling flesh-eating bacteria contracted from a hike in New Hampshire. Health experts say blaming Mount Garfield is an inaccurate assumption.&...
Medical News Today: Cake icing pigment could worsen inflammatory bowel disease
-Medical News Today - Mon Jul 24 02:06:30 EDT 2017
Titanium dioxide nanoparticles, which are increasingly used in food products as well as in cosmetics and some medicines, might increase inflammation of the digestive system, new re...
Last month, healthcare start-up Omada Health secured a $50 million C round led by major insurer Cigna, which brings the 5 year-old company’s total funding to over $127 million. &nb...
This undated photo provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows a scanning electron micrograph of multiple round bumps of the HIV-1 virus on a cell surface. In ...
The ongoing discussion of chronic traumatic encephalopathy in football players continued Tuesday when a study concluded that 110 of 111 brains of former NFL players had the debilit...
The NFL’s brain injury crisis might not always make for compelling Will Smith movies, but it can still make for a pretty fascinating read. Take, for instance, this article, “111 NF...
Why watermelon is good for you
-The Seattle Times - Sun Jul 23 08:05:42 EDT 2017
Using models of various foods (we dietitians always play with our food), I asked a patient to identify which ones contained carbohydrates. She correctly noted bread and rice and pa...
Medical News Today: Alzheimer's: New brain cell loss mechanism uncovered
-Medical News Today - Mon Jul 24 11:06:27 EDT 2017
A new study may change current therapeutic approaches for Alzheimer's disease, as scientists uncover a novel brain death pathway involved in the condition. Researchers led by Salva...
Medical News Today: Elevated calcium levels raise heart attack risk
-Medical News Today - Tue Jul 25 08:17:48 EDT 2017
Higher calcium levels in the bloodstream determine a person's increased risk of developing coronary artery disease and heart attack, a new study suggests. Coronary artery disease (...
Scientists Can See Zika Coming by Tracking the Climate
-Scientific American - Mon Jul 24 08:05:59 EDT 2017
From the ashes of a devastating Zika virus outbreak last year, scientists are piecing together how it happened, and they’re using climate variables to get ahead of the next pandemi...
Wayne Atkins thought little of the blisters he had gotten while hiking. He was trekking up and down the 4,500-foot-high Mount Garfield in New Hampshire - a 10-mile round trip - and...
Many primary doctors may miss prediabetes, survey says
-UPI - Tue Jul 25 05:05:32 EDT 2017
TUESDAY, July 25, 2017 -- Most primary care doctors can't identify all 11 risk factors for prediabetes, a small new survey finds. Researchers from Johns Hopkins University said the...
COLOMBO (Reuters) - An outbreak of dengue virus has killed around 300 people so far this year in Sri Lanka and hospitals are stretched to capacity, health officials said on Monday....
2nd person tested positive for norovirus tied to Chipotle
-Times Union - Mon Jul 24 11:08:46 EDT 2017
NEW YORK (AP) — A Virginia health official says a second person has tested positive for norovirus after eating at a Chipotle before it was temporarily closed last week following re...
Thessy Kouzoukas is a 27-year-old woman who suffers from endometriosis. The left photo is when her condition was flaring and the right photo is while she is on hormones to control ...
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