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Why heart attack symptoms are sometimes missed in women - CNN


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Why heart attack symptoms are sometimes missed in women
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(CNN) Among adults 55 and younger, women may be more likely than men to experience lesser-known acute heart attack symptoms in addition to chest pain, a new study has found. And more than half of the doctors seeing women who seek care for those ...
Acute MI symptoms similar among men, womenHealio
Heart attack symptoms often misinterpreted in younger womenYale News
Early Heart Attack Care: Learn to recognize symptomsTallahassee.com
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First flu-related death of a child confirmed in Harris County - KHOU


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First flu-related death of a child confirmed in Harris County
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According to HCPH, this is the first pediatric death in the county this flu season. No further information about the child will be released, according to HCPH. Author: KHOU.com Staff. Published: 11:02 AM CST February 19, 2018. HARRIS COUNTY, Texas ...
First flu-related death of a child reported in Harris CountyKTRK-TV
First Flu-Related Child Death Of Season Reported In Harris CountyHouston Public Media
Harris County child dies of flu; first local case this seasonChron.com

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Mom saves daughter's life by Googling her symptoms, coming up with rare cancer - Fox News


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Mom saves daughter's life by Googling her symptoms, coming up with rare cancer
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Tazmin Handley was diagnosed with leukemia last summer, but after going through chemotherapy she is now in remission. (SWNS.com). A vigilant mother saved her child's life when she realized her daughter's bruises were an indication of blood cancer she ...
Mum Saves Baby's Life After Noticing Bruises Were A Sign Of Blood Cancer After Reading About Teen Who Died Of ...SWNS

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Google hopes AI can predict heart disease by looking at retinas - USA TODAY


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Google hopes AI can predict heart disease by looking at retinas
USA TODAY
I can look into your eyes to see straight to your heart. It may sound like a sappy sentiment from a Hallmark card. Essentially though, that's what researchers at Google did in applying artificial intelligence to predict something deadly serious: the ...
Google's new AI algorithm predicts heart disease by looking at your eyesThe Verge
In our eyes, Google's software sees heart attack riskStars and Stripes
Google AI now can predict cardiovascular problems from retinal scansHealthcare IT News
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Lowell Fire Department issues warning after city sees 20 overdoses in 3 days - Boston.com


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Lowell Fire Department issues warning after city sees 20 overdoses in 3 days
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The Lowell Fire Department is warning residents in the area to be “extra vigilant” after first responders encountered a spike in opioid overdoses in recent days. Fire Chief Jeffrey Winward said in a statement Sunday that over the previous three days ...
Lowell firefighters issue warning after area sees 20 opioid-related overdoses in three daysMassLive.com
Lowell Officials Warn of 20 Overdoses in 3 DaysU.S. News & World Report
Merrimack Valley Opioid Alert After 20 OverdosesPatch.com
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CT Child's Death Investigated As Flu-Related - Patch.com


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CT Child's Death Investigated As Flu-Related
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A six-year-old child passed away and officials believe her death was flu-related. Grief counselors will be made available at her school. By Brian McCready, Patch National Staff | Feb 19, 2018 10:16 am ET. 0. CT Child's Death Investigated As Flu-Related ...
6-Year-Old Connecticut Girl Dies of Flu ComplicationsU.S. News & World Report
6-year-old girl becomes 2nd Connecticut child to die from fluwwlp.com
Death of Norwalk 6-Year-Old Might be Flu-Related: MayorNBC Connecticut
News 12 Connecticut -CBS New York -Norwalk Daily Voice -The South Bayview Bulldog
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Average person is eating 50% more calories than they realise, data shows - Sky News


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Average person is eating 50% more calories than they realise, data shows
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Official statistics show the number of calories people consume has dropped - however, the population has continued to gain weight. 14:51, UK, Monday 19 February 2018. processed foods. Image: British adults on average guess they eat fewer calories than ...
A third of UK adults 'underestimate calorie intake 'BBC News
Fat Britain: Average person eats 50pc more calories than they realiseTelegraph.co.uk
Brits eat 50 per cent MORE calories than they actually think, new figures revealThe Sun
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8 weeks of free nicotine patches available through health department program - AL.com


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8 weeks of free nicotine patches available through health department program
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The Alabama Department of Public Health wants to help people kick their chewing tobacco habit. (Contributed photo/CDC). Comment. 0 shares. By Leada Gore · lgore@al.com. Up to eight weeks of free nicotine patches are available through the Alabama health ...
Through with Chew Week urges smokeless tobacco users to quitWSFA

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8 food choices to fight world's No. 1 killer: heart disease - Dallas News


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8 food choices to fight world's No. 1 killer: heart disease
Dallas News
Scientists have known for centuries that the heart is the engine of the human body. But they're still learning just how deadly the wrong fuel can be. Heart disease is the No. 1 killer in the world, and two recent studies set out to examine how eating ...
Quinoa makes for an easy meal that's heart healthy tooWDRB

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Wearable throat sensor holds promise for stroke rehabilitation - The Engineer


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Wearable throat sensor holds promise for stroke rehabilitation
The Engineer
A new wearable throat sensor promises to improve stroke rehabilitation by measuring a patient's ability to swallow and patterns of speech. throat sensor The throat sensor is designed to minimise irritation on sensitive skin. The sensor, developed in ...
Stretchable electronics for stroke recoveryPrinted Electronics World
Stroke recovery treatment: new technology foundTheHealthSite
Breakthrough: New wearable tech designed to aid stroke recovery treatmentHindustan Times
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She Survived Breast Cancer, But Says A Treatment Side Effect 'Almost Killed' Her - NPR


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She Survived Breast Cancer, But Says A Treatment Side Effect 'Almost Killed' Her
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Virginia Harrod, an attorney and county prosecutor who lives in rural Kentucky, survived breast cancer, only to develop lymphedema, which sent her to the hospital three times with serious infections. A lymph node transplant helped restore her immune ...
Exercise Improves Range of Motion After Lymph Node SurgeryMedscape

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She Survived Breast Cancer, But Says A Treatment Side Effect 'Almost Killed' Her - NPR


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She Survived Breast Cancer, But Says A Treatment Side Effect 'Almost Killed' Her
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Virginia Harrod, an attorney and county prosecutor who lives in rural Kentucky, survived breast cancer, only to develop lymphedema, which sent her to the hospital three times with serious infections. A lymph node transplant helped restore her immune ...

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This Vaccine Can Prevent Cancer, But Many Teenagers Still Don't Get It - NPR


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This Vaccine Can Prevent Cancer, But Many Teenagers Still Don't Get It
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Each year, about 31,000 men and women in the U.S. are diagnosed with a cancer caused by an infection from the human papillomavirus, or HPV. It's the most common sexually transmitted virus and infection in the U.S.. In women, HPV infection can lead to ...
HPV Vaccination Rates Are Still Upsettingly LowThe Mary Sue
Cancer Prevention Important to Dentists, Yet Many Avoid HPV TalkDentist's Money Digest
What every woman should know about cervical cancerWV News
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Researchers Say They've Created a 90% Accurate Blood Test for Autism - Gizmodo


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Researchers Say They've Created a 90% Accurate Blood Test for Autism
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An experimental blood test could detect autism in children at younger ages than current diagnostic methods are capable of. Image: Getty. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complicated neurological condition caused by a variety of risk factors ...
New test can detect autism in children, scientists sayThe Guardian
Blood and urine tests developed to indicate autism in childrenEurekAlert (press release)
New blood and urine tests can detect autism in childrenPhillyVoice.com
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Student dies after influenza diagnosis, school says - NJ.com


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Student dies after influenza diagnosis, school says
NJ.com
An Elizabeth Public Schools student died after being diagnosed with influenza, though district officials said Sunday they were unsure if the virus was the primary cause of the death. The child's death comes amid a surge in flu cases this year ...
Another NJ Child Dies From the Flu; Virus Also Eyed in Conn. Girl's DeathNBC New York
Child dies in NJ after flu diagnosisWPIX 11 New York
Another NJ Child Dies After Suffering From FluPatch.com
CBS New York
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Scientists unravel secrets of 'superagers' - The Guardian


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Scientists unravel secrets of 'superagers'
The Guardian
Researchers have spent years studying superagers in an attempt to understand what sets them apart. Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo. “Superagers” have long puzzled scientists, but now researchers say they are unpicking why some people live beyond 80 – and ...
Smoking and drinking may not be that bad when it comes to dementiaStarts at 60
Positive outlook on life 'slows down ageing of the brain'Infosurhoy

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Mumps Disease Hits Juneau for First Time in 20 Years - U.S. News & World Report


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Mumps Disease Hits Juneau for First Time in 20 Years
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Doctors have confirmed the presence of mumps in Juneau for the first time in more than two decades. Feb. 18, 2018, at 7:43 p.m.. Mumps Disease Hits Juneau for First Time in 20 Years. Share. ×. Share on Facebook · Post on Twitter · Post to Reddit. Email ...
Mumps confirmed in Juneau for first time in 20 yearsKenai Peninsula Online

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Mumps Disease Hits Juneau for First Time in 20 Years - U.S. News & World Report


Mumps Disease Hits Juneau for First Time in 20 Years
U.S. News & World Report
Doctors have confirmed the presence of mumps in Juneau for the first time in more than two decades. Feb. 18, 2018, at 4:46 p.m.. Mumps Disease Hits Juneau for First Time in 20 Years. Share. ×. Share on Facebook · Post on Twitter · Post to Reddit. Email ...

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Promising Ivy League student, 19, killed in opioid crisis - Fox News


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Promising Ivy League student, 19, killed in opioid crisis
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Gage Bellitto, who would have turned 20 on Dec. 25, was a Columbia University transfer looking to study economics who died alone of a suspected opioid overdose on Dec. 22, five days before his body was found, police estimate. (Facebook). The opioid ...
The Body Of An Ivy League Overdose Victim Sat Five Days Before Being DiscoveredThe Inquisitr

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