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Here's How Long You're Contagious When You Have a Cold
-Mental Floss - Thu Feb 23 10:39:37 EST 2017
Sooner or later, cold or flu germs are going to take up unsolicited residence in your system. And next to the sneezing and coughing, anxiety over passing it along to friends and fa...
Middle school students report illness
-WCNC.com - Fri Feb 24 10:04:09 EST 2017
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- For the second day in a row paramedics were called to McClintock Middle School in southeast Charlotte due to an illness. In a message to parents Friday afternoon...
The mumps have returned to the NHL. On Friday afternoon the Vancouver Canucks announced that “several” players have symptoms of the viral infection, with one confirmed case. Accord...
Got a cold? Maybe not — allergy season hits Kansas City early
-The Kansas City Star - Thu Feb 23 13:07:21 EST 2017
If you’re coughing or sneezing this time of year, with a nose either stuffy or runny, it must be the common cold, right? Not necessarily. With the run of unseasonably warm temperat...
Mumps outbreak strikes Vancouver Canucks
-Sporting News - Fri Feb 24 13:01:51 EST 2017
The NHL has already endured one mumps outbreak in recent years, so the Vancouver Canucks' announcement that it is dealing with the virus is going to be a topic of worried conv...
Canucks' Troy Stetcher diagnosed with mumps
-Fox Sports - Fri Feb 24 13:03:21 EST 2017
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) Vancouver Canucks defenseman Troy Stecher has been diagnosed with mumps and several other players have shown symptoms of the highly contagious viru...
▪ Unusual fatigue unrelated to illness or emotional stress or exertion. ▪ Atypical chest symptoms, such as a stabbing sensation, discomfort or more classic pressure-like ...
Scratch That: Your Cat Will Not Give You Mental Illness
-Tech Times - Thu Feb 23 13:19:40 EST 2017
One study published in 2016, however, claims that cats are not perfect and that cats can be possibly blamed for certain psychiatric disorders. A new study disputes such claims. Whi...
Medical News Today: --- side effects of antidepressants: Symptoms and treatment
-Medical News Today - Thu Feb 23 07:09:02 EST 2017
Experts are still researching the --- side effects caused by antidepressants to figure out why they happen and how to prevent them. There may be some antidepressants that cause ...
How to stop smoking: How does nicotine gum work?
-Metro.co.uk - Fri Feb 24 01:13:11 EST 2017
Many who have either attempted or successfully managed to quit smoking will be familiar with nicotine replacement products. The most popular product is nicotine gum, a type of chew...
Friday's A.M. Hot Clicks: Lindsay Davis; Meet the world's worst skier
-Sports Illustrated - Fri Feb 24 04:06:54 EST 2017
The Cartoon Network one is truly horrific. I would've made it No. 1. Former Miss Ohio Lindsay Davis is also a heart disease survivor. She helped pass a law in Ohio called "Lin...
Medical News Today: HIV vs. AIDS: Differences and connections
-Medical News Today - Sat Feb 25 07:09:36 EST 2017
HIV is a virus that attacks a type of white blood cells called CD4 cells in the body's immune system. HIV reduces the body's ability to fight infection and illness. While humans ca...
CHS revises visitation policy due to flu
-WCNC.com - Thu Feb 23 05:00:40 EST 2017
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Carolinas Healthcare System is restricting hospital access for visitors ages 12 and under in all Charlotte region in-patient hospitals. The restriction begins at...
What You Need To Know About Depression At Every Age
-The Huffington Post - Thu Feb 23 07:53:22 EST 2017
“Depression is incredibly complex,” Riba told The Huffington Post. “People may not understand a lot of the symptoms. But it’s important to identify and seek professional help for t...
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...
Milk from Tenino dairy recalled after E. coli found
-The Seattle Times - Fri Feb 24 22:07:33 EST 2017
The Cozy Vale Creamery has issued a recall of raw milk after state Department of Agriculture inspectors discovered E. coli contamination in a sample. Cozy Vale Creamery, sometimes ...
Here’s how to potentially make spring allergies less painful
-Philly.com - Thu Feb 23 07:12:13 EST 2017
Today’s guest blogger is Alana Jones, DO, a pediatric allergist at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children. With the spring-like weather we’ve been having lately, it’s defin...
How to spot the symptoms of meningitis
-Metro.co.uk - Thu Feb 23 10:13:57 EST 2017
Meningitis can strike suddenly and quickly become fatal; It is crucial to know the symptoms, particularly if you’re a parent. Lady Colin Campbell found guilty of causing three...
Pa. Department of Health investigates mumps cases at Penn State
-Philly.com - Fri Feb 24 10:12:56 EST 2017
The Pennsylvania Department of Health said Friday that it is investigating confirmed and potential cases of mumps at Penn State University.  It did not say how many students h...
6 Common Diseases College Students Should Be Aware Of
-University Herald - Thu Feb 23 04:07:00 EST 2017
College is a fun place where students meet lots of other students. However, because of the close proximity especially in dorm rooms, it's easier for diseases to spread in the campu...
What Will The Next Epidemic Be? Mosquito-Borne Ross River Virus On Par To Become New Zika
-International Business Times - Thu Feb 23 04:40:13 EST 2017
Mosquitoes could be responsible for causing yet another outbreak of disease throughout the world, according to a recent study. The Ross River virus, currently found in Australia an...
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...
Heartburn meds linked to risk of kidney damage, study finds
-CBS News - Thu Feb 23 08:08:10 EST 2017
Prolonged use of heartburn drugs is associated with increased risk of kidney damage, researchers say. A new study, published in the journal Kidney International, looked at adu...
Hospitalized asylum seeker returned to detention center
-mySanAntonio.com - Thu Feb 23 13:00:37 EST 2017
DALLAS (AP) — Immigration officials have confirmed that a Salvadoran woman seeking asylum was returned to a Texas detention center after spending almost two weeks in a hospital. At...
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