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Taiwan reports a dozen measles cases in recent cluster - Outbreak News Today


Outbreak News Today

Taiwan reports a dozen measles cases in recent cluster
Outbreak News Today
The Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (Taiwan CDC) announced five new measles cases confirmed in Taiwan, including 4 cases related to the recent cluster. For the fifth case, the source is still under investigation. Image/MDH. The disease onset dates ...
Ask The DoctorsDaily Journal Online
2 new measles cases reported in Kansas City, health officials sayfox4kc.com
Overseas travel plan could be hampered by measles outbreakToday's News-Herald
Kansas City Star -KMBC Kansas City -KSHB -Keighley News
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More illnesses reported in E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce - CNN


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More illnesses reported in E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce
CNN
(CNN) The number of people hospitalized due to a multistate E. coli outbreak linked to chopped romaine lettuce continues to grow, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. About 53 people have been reported sickened in 16 states since ...
E. coli O157:H7 outbreak: 18 additional cases reportedOutbreak News Today
E. coli outbreak linked to lettuce now in sixteen statesWFMJ

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Majority of Americans utter curse words when stressed out, study finds - Fox News


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Majority of Americans utter curse words when stressed out, study finds
Fox News
The average American utters their first curse word of the day at 10:54 a.m., according to new data. A study into the everyday stress and frustration of 2,000 Americans aimed to explore how much stress Americans take on, and how exactly they deal with ...
Oh, @#$%! Swearing most common way to vent frustrationfox8.com

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Hans Asperger aided and supported Nazi programme, study says - The Guardian


The Guardian

Hans Asperger aided and supported Nazi programme, study says
The Guardian
The Austrian doctor after whom Asperger syndrome is named was an active participant in the Nazi regime, assisting in the Third Reich's euthanasia programme and supporting the concept of racial hygiene by deeming certain children unworthy to live ...
Pioneer doctor Asperger was Nazi collaborator who 'sent children to their deaths'Telegraph.co.uk
Dr. Asperger 'actively cooperated' with Nazis: studyCitizen
Claim Asberger helped Nazis kill childrenSBS
The Australian -HuffPost UK -Mirror.co.uk -The Times
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'White coat hypertension' may be sign of a real problem, study finds - NBCNews.com


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'White coat hypertension' may be sign of a real problem, study finds
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For people whose blood pressure rises when measured at the doctor's office — a condition known as "white coat hypertension" — there may be a real reason to worry, new research shows. White coat hypertension, which may affect up to 30 percent of ...
What's the Best Way to Track Your Blood Pressure?HealthDay
Ambulatory BP measurements strong predictors of mortalityHealio
'White coat syndrome' is real: blood pressure readings at home 50 per cent more accurateTelegraph.co.uk
The Times -MedPage Today -Daily Mail
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Even a mild head injury increases risk for Parkinson's disease, veterans study shows - ABC News


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Even a mild head injury increases risk for Parkinson's disease, veterans study shows
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A new study shows that even a mild head injury, commonly called a concussion, makes veterans more likely to get Parkinson's disease later on in life. This is the same type of injury suffered by many Americans on the sports field or in a motor vehicle ...
One concussion could increase risk of Parkinson's disease, study saysCNN
Just One Concussion Could Raise Parkinson's RiskHealthDay
Mild TBI May Elevate Parkinson's Disease RiskMedscape
New York Times -EurekAlert (press release) -Newswise (press release) -The Independent
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Gene therapy helps patients avoid blood transfusion - CNN


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Gene therapy helps patients avoid blood transfusion
CNN
(CNN) Memories of classical ballet performances dance in Wanda Sihanath's head when she thinks about her childhood in Elgin, Illinois. She remembers balancing at the barre to Beethoven and pirouetting to Vivaldi. Even though it rarely affected her ...
Gene Therapy For Inherited Blood Disorder Reduced TransfusionsNPR
Gene Therapy May Be Cure for Some With Rare Blood DisorderHealthDay
A Stunning Cure for One of the World's Most Devastating Blood DiseasesThe New Yorker
Wall Street Journal -EurekAlert (press release) -Healio -Harvard Medical School
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'The man with 3 faces': Frenchman gets a second face transplant - Boston.com


Boston.com

'The man with 3 faces': Frenchman gets a second face transplant
Boston.com
LONDON (AP) — In a medical first, a French surgeon says he has performed a second face transplant on the same patient — who is now doing well and even spent a recent weekend in Brittany. Dr. Laurent Lantieri of the Georges Pompidou Hospital in Paris ...
Man Successfully Undergoes Second Face Transplant In World FirstCarbonated.TV (blog)
Face transplant: Frenchman gets his third faceInfosurhoy
Frenchman Undergoes Second Face TransplantFrench Tribune
Kaplan Herald -Yahoo News -Standard Republic
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Boy battling cancer sworn in as officer - WCNC.com


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Boy battling cancer sworn in as officer
WCNC.com
A young boy battling cancer is now a sworn police officer. Tuesday morning a special ceremony was held to swear Joshua Salmoiraghi in as a officer with the Colorado Springs police department. He was presented with a badge and toy police car after ...
4-year-old with cancer sworn in as Colorado Springs police officerThe Denver Channel
Colorado boy, 4, battling cancer named police officer: 'It's Replied our Truth'Independent Recorder

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Warming, not cooling, donated livers may improve transplants - ABC News


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Warming, not cooling, donated livers may improve transplants
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Surgeons pack donated organs on ice while racing them to transplant patients but it may be time for a warmer approach. British researchers said Wednesday that keeping at least some livers at body temperature instead may work better. The livers keep ...
Liver transplants are better all around when you hold the iceLos Angeles Times
Keeping livers 'alive' boosts transplant success, trial findsBBC News
'Life support' for transplant livers better than freezing: studyMedical Xpress
STAT -Nature.com
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FBI searches Camden methadone clinic - Cherry Hill Courier Post


Cherry Hill Courier Post

FBI searches Camden methadone clinic
Cherry Hill Courier Post
CAMDEN - FBI agents removed boxes of material Wednesday at a methadone clinic that's been the focus of a recent controversy here. Investigators arrived at the facility around 7:30 a.m., according to a law enforcement source. They remained into the ...
FBI Raids South Jersey Methadone Clinic: ReportsPatch.com
FBI raid targets methadone clinic in Camden, New Jersey6abc.com
FBI raids NJ methadone clinic as part of 'ongoing investigation'NJ.com
CBS Philly
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The Man Who Deliberately Infected Five Gay Men With HIV Has Been Jailed For Life - BuzzFeed News


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The Man Who Deliberately Infected Five Gay Men With HIV Has Been Jailed For Life
BuzzFeed News
There were 10 victims. Half contracted the virus. Half did not. But Daryll Rowe intended to infect all of them. On Wednesday, six months after being found guilty of five counts of causing grievous bodily harm with intent and another five of attempted ...
Man jailed for life after deliberately infecting others with HIVThe Guardian
'Predatory' HIV hairdresser Daryll Rowe given life sentence for infecting menSky News
Daryll Rowe jailed for infecting men with HIVBBC News
Breitbart News -Daily Mail -Telegraph.co.uk -Mirror.co.uk
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Homeopath “treated” 4-yr-old boy's behavior problems with saliva from rabid dog - Ars Technica


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Homeopath “treated” 4-yr-old boy's behavior problems with saliva from rabid dog
Ars Technica
“Hair of the dog” remedies may do the trick for some hangover sufferers. But health experts say that a Canadian homeopath took the idea too far—way, way too far. Homeopath and naturopath Anke Zimmermann used diluted saliva from a rabid dog to “treat ...
Homeopath Says She Used Dog Rabies Saliva to 'Cure' Misbehaving 4-Year-Old, Gets Yelled at by EveryoneGizmodo
A 4-year-old was 'growling like a dog.' A BC naturopath's cure? Rabid dog salivaGlobalnews.ca
Homeopath Used Saliva Of Rabid Dog To Treat Misbehaving ChildCarbonated.TV (blog)
BCLocalNews -Regal Tribune -CHEK -Advocator
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Anguished Families Shoulder The Biggest Burdens Of Opioid Addiction - NPR


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Anguished Families Shoulder The Biggest Burdens Of Opioid Addiction
NPR
Editor's note: Since this story was first posted, we have received word that Destini Johnson is regaining consciousness and is out of intensive care. Last August, Destini Johnson practically danced out of jail, after landing there for two months on ...

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Every man's nightmare: The serious case of the 'Broken Bananah' - CNN


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Every man's nightmare: The serious case of the 'Broken Bananah'
CNN
(CNN) What may be every man's worst medical nightmare happened to 32-year-old Ross Asdourian. "I think that all men in the depths of their brain know that this is possible. And I will go a step further and say that most men have probably had scares ...

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Here's why you need to start asking your doctor to check your blood pressure twice - ABC News


ABC News

Here's why you need to start asking your doctor to check your blood pressure twice
ABC News
Checking your blood pressure is a mainstay of every medical checkup. Now, there's some new medical advice on this seemingly mundane part of a wellness visit to the doctor. So, what's the new medical advice? Get your blood pressure checked twice, a new ...
High Blood Pressure…The Silent KillerNew Pittsburgh Courier
Comparing Strategies to Guide Blood Pressure TreatmentNorthwestern University NewsCenter
Lifestyle Changes to Control Blood PressureLancaster Farming
Express.co.uk -Information-Analytic Agency NEWS.am -The Siver Telegram
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Parents, officials concerned about vaping by SD students - KELO AM-FM


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Parents, officials concerned about vaping by SD students
KELO AM-FM
By Bart Pfankuch. RAPID CITY, S.D. (SDNW) -- School districts from Sioux Falls to Spearfish are grappling with an increase in students who are "vaping" on campus. Students - some as young as middle schoolers - inhale from hand-held devices that heat ...
Leading Health and Medical Groups Urge Immediate FDA Action to Address Rising Youth Use of Juul E-CigarettesPR Newswire (press release)
New trend that teens can't seem to resistWILX-TV
Developing concerns over youth vapingWHEC
WABI -Daily Republic -WSAV-TV -Tonic
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New drug uses antibodies to stop chronic migraines, without side effects - NBCNews.com


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New drug uses antibodies to stop chronic migraines, without side effects
NBCNews.com
People who have tried unsuccessfully to prevent migraine with other treatments may find relief with a new drug, according to a preliminary study released Tuesday. Erenumab is part of new class of drugs —fully human monoclonal antibodies — that block ...
When Others Fail, New Migraine Treatment May WorkPR Newswire (press release)
Migraine: New drug works when others fail, researchers sayBBC News
New Therapy May Prevent Tough-to-Treat MigrainesHealthDay
Newsweek -Mirror.co.uk -Telegraph.co.uk -The Independent
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