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This hospital is seeing a baby boom with 16 nurses pregnant at the same time - fox6now.com


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This hospital is seeing a baby boom with 16 nurses pregnant at the same time
fox6now.com
ABC News reported that the nurses at Banner Desert Medical Center are all expecting between October and January. “I don't think we realized just how many of us were pregnant until we started a Facebook group,” said nurse Rochelle Sherman, who is ...
16 Nurses at Same Hospital Are All PregnantNewser
Baby boom: 16 nurses who work in the same ICU are pregnantValley News Live
Sixteen nurses get pregnant at Arizona hospital ICUBBC News
CBS News -KSJB
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Bear's HEAD chopped off to free US hunter after he shot it dead with animal's jaws clamped around his leg - The Sun


The Sun

Bear's HEAD chopped off to free US hunter after he shot it dead with animal's jaws clamped around his leg
The Sun
A DOG walker managed to shoot a bear dead just as it was sinking its fangs into his leg - but then found he was trapped because the beast's jaws were locked on his limb. Bridger Petrini, from Capulin, New Mexico, was in agony while rescuers desperately ...

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This ER Treats Opioid Addiction on Demand. That's Very Rare. - New York Times


This ER Treats Opioid Addiction on Demand. That's Very Rare.
New York Times
OAKLAND, Calif. — Every year, thousands of people addicted to opioids show up at hospital emergency rooms in withdrawal so agonizing it leaves them moaning and writhing on the floor. Usually, they're given medicines that help with vomiting or diarrhea ...

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In San Francisco, Opioid Addiction Treatment Offered on the Streets - New York Times


New York Times

In San Francisco, Opioid Addiction Treatment Offered on the Streets
New York Times
The addiction treatment program at Highland Hospital's emergency room is only one way that cities and health care providers are connecting with people in unusual settings. Another is in San Francisco, where city health workers are taking to the streets ...

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Low-carb diets associated with lower life expectancy, study suggests - CBC.ca


CBC.ca

Low-carb diets associated with lower life expectancy, study suggests
CBC.ca
Many people flocking to low-carb diets in an effort to shed pounds may be putting their health at risk, a new study suggests. "Low-carb diets that replace carbohydrates with protein or fat are gaining widespread popularity as a health and weight-loss ...
Avoid low-carb diets if you want to live longer, study suggestsDayton Daily News
Moderate Carbohydrate Intake May Result In Good Health: Says StudyNDTV
Moderate carbohydrate intake may result in good healthBusiness Standard
GhanaWeb -TheHealthSite -thechiefobserver.com
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It took 4 years, 3 miscarriages and 1616 shots to make this baby - WDIV ClickOnDetroit


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It took 4 years, 3 miscarriages and 1616 shots to make this baby
WDIV ClickOnDetroit
(CNN) - This photo is testament to an undying hope in the face of heartbreak after heartbreak. Wearing a rainbow swaddle, the 2-week-old is encircled with hundreds of syringes showing her parents' IVF struggles. The heart around her is made of the ...
Photo of newborn baby surrounded by IVF syringes going viralFOX10 News
Over 55000 Shares For This Photo Of Newborn Surrounded By IVF SyringesNDTV
Baby's newborn photo shoot shows trials, hope of IVFWPXI Pittsburgh
KRON4 -WDBJ7 -Brinkwire (press release) -Facebook
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New York woman pleads guilty for causing opioid death - San Francisco Chronicle


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New York woman pleads guilty for causing opioid death
San Francisco Chronicle
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — A western New York woman who sold a fatal dose of fentanyl has pleaded guilty to causing another woman's death. Monroe County prosecutors say 27-year-old Nikki Phillips will serve four years in prison after pleading guilty ...
Irondequoit woman pleads guilty to criminally negligent homicide in OD deathRochester Democrat and Chronicle

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Health officials warn about potential exposure to measles in Arizona - Tucson News Now


Tucson News Now

Health officials warn about potential exposure to measles in Arizona
Tucson News Now
MARICOPA COUNTY, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -. State and county health officials are warning Arizonans about potential exposure to measles. An out-of-state visitor with measles traveled to Northern Arizona. That person was potentially contagious from August 6 to 8 ...
Health officials warn of potential measles exposure in northern ArizonaABC15 Arizona
Health officials warn residents of potential exposure to Measles in Northern ArizonaFOX 10 News Phoenix
Health officials warn of possible measles exposure in Northern Arizona12news.com KPNX

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FDA Addiction Warning: Pet Owners May Abuse Veterinary Drugs - Fortune


Fortune

FDA Addiction Warning: Pet Owners May Abuse Veterinary Drugs
Fortune
Veterinarians frequently prescribe medication for pain management in pets. And now, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning reminding veterinarians how pet owners battling addiction may abuse those prescription drugs intended ...
FDA warns of pet owners using animals to get opioidsfox6now.com
People are using their pets to get opioids, FDA warnsWSB Atlanta
FDA warns of pet owners accessing opioids through their petsConsumerAffairs
Medical Daily -Atlanta Journal Constitution -Tech Times -Daily Mail
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West Nile Virus found in mosquito traps in Stafford - Chron.com


Chron.com

West Nile Virus found in mosquito traps in Stafford
Chron.com
Fort Bend County Health & Human Services has confirmed the presence of West Nile virus in a sample of trapped mosquitoes located near Staffordshire Road and 5th Street in Stafford. Late the afternoon of Aug. 16, Fort Bend County Road & Bridge was ...
State Confirms First 2018 West Nile Virus Case In WisconsinPatch.com
'Unprecedented' number of mosquitos testing positive for West Nile in SuffolkWAVY-TV
3 people test positive for West Nile virus in NJNJ.com
Dayton Daily News -WMTV -hngnews.com -U.S. News & World Report
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Lane County bat tests positive for rabies - OregonLive.com


OregonLive.com

Lane County bat tests positive for rabies
OregonLive.com
A bat discovered in a Lane County home has tested positive for rabies, county health officials announced Thursday. The animal was discovered by a resident of the Cottage Grove area, about 20 miles south of Eugene. The bat was tested at a veterinary lab ...
Two bats test positive for rabies in AuburnKING5.com
Bat tests positive for rabies near Cottage GroveCottage Grove Sentinel

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Houston hospital loses heart transplant Medicaid funding - News & Observer


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Houston hospital loses heart transplant Medicaid funding
News & Observer
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has stopped funding a Houston hospital's renowned heart transplant program amid scrutiny over patient deaths. The Houston Chronicle reports that Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center is set to lose the federal ...
Heart Valve Replacement Surgeries Have a Higher Case Mix Index When There is Cardiac CatheterizationDexur

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Want to look like a Snapchat selfie? Maybe not says one Orlando plastic surgeon - Orlando Sentinel


Orlando Sentinel

Want to look like a Snapchat selfie? Maybe not says one Orlando plastic surgeon
Orlando Sentinel
A long time ago in the dark ages of society, the side profile photo with fuzzy lighting from an Olan Mills studio was about as close as one came to a selfie filter. Cell phones and social media applications, of course, changed the game. Now ...

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Contact lens warnings widely ignored, CDC says - WRCB-TV


WRCB-TV

Contact lens warnings widely ignored, CDC says
WRCB-TV
One man wore his contact lenses overnight while hunting. He ended up needing a corneal transplant to save his eye. Ditto for another man who did not bother to take his lenses out for two weeks. Two teenagers who slept in their lenses — bought without ...
Contact Lens Lodged in Woman's Eye for 28 Years Underscores New CDC WarningInverse
Report Details Corneal Infection Tied to Sleeping in ContactsDoctors Lounge
CDC: Wearing contacts during sleep may risk serious eye damageInfosurhoy

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Drug overdose deaths up nearly 7% in US - Tucson News Now


Tucson News Now

Drug overdose deaths up nearly 7% in US
Tucson News Now
ATLANTA (RNN) – Drug overdoses killed more than 72,000 Americans in 2017, up 6.6 percent from the year before, according to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. MOREAdditional LinksPoll. The overdose death toll has ...
Justice Department, DEA proposes reduction in opioid production in 201911Alive.com WXIA
Opioid emergency room visits are increasingJoplin Globe
Maine 6th worst for rise in overdose deathsTimes Record
CDC -National Institute on Drug Abuse -Jackson Clarion Ledger
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Girl gets a remarkable face transplant after shooting herself in face - The Hilltop Monitor


The Hilltop Monitor

Girl gets a remarkable face transplant after shooting herself in face
The Hilltop Monitor
To follow the story of Katie Stubblefield, the youngest face transplant recipient in US history, a team of National Geographic journalists was given unprecedented access by the Cleveland Clinic to document Katie's journey and detail a full-face ...

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Girl gets a remarkable face transplant after shooting herself in face - The Hilltop Monitor


The Hilltop Monitor

Girl gets a remarkable face transplant after shooting herself in face
The Hilltop Monitor
To follow the story of Katie Stubblefield, the youngest face transplant recipient in US history, a team of National Geographic journalists was given unprecedented access by the Cleveland Clinic to document Katie's journey and detail a full-face ...
How a Face Transplant Works (and How Risky the Procedure Is)The Cheat Sheet

all 4 news articles »Google News
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CDC graphic novel foreshadows US swine flu outbreaks - CNN


CNN

CDC graphic novel foreshadows US swine flu outbreaks
CNN
A graphic novel published last week by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention illustrates important public health lessons for teenage scientists. Yet "The Junior Disease Detectives: Operation Outbreak" also reveals the truth behind the adage ...
CDC targets young people with graphic novel about variant fluAtlanta Journal Constitution
The CDC Made a Comic Book — And It's HorrifyingFortune
The Center for Disease Control's realistic new comic about swine flu and a state fairBoing Boing
WENY-TV
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Doctor wrongly removed kidney during botched procedure, lawsuit claims - Fox News


Fox News

Doctor wrongly removed kidney during botched procedure, lawsuit claims
Fox News
An Iowa woman is suing her South Dakota doctor and his practice after she claims she went in for a procedure to remove a mass on her adrenal gland and came out still with the mass inside of her — and missing a healthy kidney. Dena Knapp, who said the ...
Woman sues surgeon claiming kidney was wrongly removedWFAA.com
Lawsuit: Woman Has Kidney Removed Instead Of Adrenal Gland, MassVoice Of Alexandria (press release)
Woman sues surgeon who wrongly removed her kidneyAustin Herald
Avera Health
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