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Marijuana use: Seattle-area communities ranked
-seattle pi - Tue Mar 21 17:07:29 EDT 2017
Photo: JOSHUA TRUJILLO, SEATTLEPI.COM Seattle residents report using marijuana at a slightly lower rate than Washington as a whole, with about 15 percent of residents reporting mar...
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 ...
Doctors may soon be able to confirm whether you will suffer from Alzheimer's at a later point in your life. Research suggests that scientists have finally found a method, which wou...
Bat-killing fungus found in Texas
-mySanAntonio.com - Thu Mar 23 17:27:30 EDT 2017
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — The fungus that causes white-nose syndrome, a deadly disease to hibernating bats, has been found for the first time in Texas. The fungus has been dete...
Urinary biomarker may help track ALS progression
-UPI - Wed Mar 22 11:20:19 EDT 2017
March 22 (UPI) -- A new study has identified a urinary biomarker that may help track the progression of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, and potentially help with evaluation ...
The Redundancy Of Freud's Divide Between Psychiatry And Neurology
-Science 2.0 - Sat Mar 25 02:55:04 EDT 2017
Neurological and psychiatric conditions both involve the brain, but are treated very differently. Put simply, neurologists are trained to deal with the “brain” and psychiatrists to...
Women giving birth in their 30s at...
-KARE11 - Mon Mar 27 14:00:34 EDT 2017
MINNEAPOLIS - The number of women who are giving birth in their 30s is at a 50-year high, according to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.&nbs...
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 ...
Leg Pain When Walking: Talk to Your Doctor
-MedlinePlus - Mon Mar 27 05:12:36 EDT 2017
FRIDAY, March 24, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Millions of Americans have a condition called peripheral artery disease (PAD), which is caused by hardening of the arteries in the legs a...
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...
Cattle and pork producers say US ill-prepared against foot-and-mouth disease
-mySanAntonio.com - Wed Mar 22 14:14:28 EDT 2017
Livestock producers are seeking $750 million to beef up the nation's vaccine bank for foot-and-mouth disease, saying an outbreak on U.S. soil would quickly reach epidemic proportio...
Cattle and pork producers say US ill-prepared against foot-and-mouth disease
-mySanAntonio.com - Thu Mar 23 08:00:29 EDT 2017
Livestock producers are seeking $750 million to beef up the nation’s vaccine bank for foot-and-mouth disease, saying an outbreak on U.S. soil would quickly reach epidemic proportio...
Kenya Releases Results of National TB Prevalence Survey
-Voice of America - Fri Mar 24 14:12:19 EDT 2017
NAIROBI —  Kenya on Friday recognized World Tuberculosis Day by releasing results of a TB study by the country's ministry of health — the first of its kind since Kenya's indep...
Researchers from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and Duke University Medical Center have discovered that people who carry two variants of specific genes have hi...
Mumps case confirmed in District U46 school
-Chicago Tribune - Mon Mar 27 14:37:22 EDT 2017
A case of mumps has been confirmed in South Elgin's Kenyon Woods Middle School. Both School District U46 and the Kane County Department of Health officials confirmed the first case...
FDA OKs new drug as add-on treatment for Parkinson's
-seattle pi - Tue Mar 21 14:06:59 EDT 2017
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — U.S. regulators have approved the first new drug in a decade for Parkinson's disease, a chronic neurological disorder that causes tremors and movement difficul...
FDA OKs new drug as add-on treatment for Parkinson's
-The Brownsville Herald - Tue Mar 21 14:09:45 EDT 2017
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — U.S. regulators have approved the first new drug in a decade for Parkinson's disease, a chronic neurological disorder that causes tremors and movement difficul...
Raccoon Parasite Not as Deadly to Humans as Thought
-MedlinePlus - Mon Mar 27 05:12:36 EDT 2017
FRIDAY, March 24, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- A raccoon parasite that can be deadly in humans can infect people without causing symptoms, a new study indicates. It was believed that t...
Bat-killing fungus found for the first time in Texas
-KXAN - Fri Mar 24 05:01:39 EDT 2017
In this photo taken Sept. 1, 2011, some of the 20 million bats emerge from Bracken Cave in Bracken, Texas. A depleting insect population has forced millions of bats around drought-...
FDA OKs New Drug as Add-On Treatment for Parkinson's | Fox Business
-Fox Business - Tue Mar 21 14:04:05 EDT 2017
FILE PHOTO - A view shows the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland August 14, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Reed/File Photo (Reuters) U.S. regulato...
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...
15,000 Steps Is the New 10,000
-Life Hacker - Thu Mar 23 14:11:21 EDT 2017
We’ve all heard the “walk 10,000 steps a day to be healthy” pitch, but new research says that, while 10,000 is better than nothing, it might not quite be enough. The study, publish...
On World Tuberculosis Day, Doctors Warn Of New Drug-Resistant Bacteria
-Voice of America - Fri Mar 24 02:10:25 EDT 2017
LONDON —  Friday marks the United Nations’ World Tuberculosis Day, aimed at raising awareness of a disease that kills an estimated 1.8 million people every year. Six countries...
Houston officials are eyeing the release of genetically modified mosquitoes to combat the possible spread of Zika virus. The report said officials of Harris County, Texas, are...
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...
Researchers have successfully employed a facial recognition software in the process of diagnosing a rare genetic disorder in Africans, Asians and Latin Americans. The disease ...
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, ...
I magine being given the keys to a complex, high-tech car and told to drive it across the country with minimal instruction and no manual. That’s what it can feel like to be told yo...
You might not want to suffer a mosquito bite to get a close-up shot of the flying insect, but for this science photographer it goes with the territory. If you’ve ever seen a photo ...
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