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The past and present of mental health care - Medical Xpress


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The past and present of mental health care
Medical Xpress
Erika Dyck, a U of S history professor and medical historian. Credit: University of Saskatchewan. Stories about the issues surrounding mental health care are seeing a greater prominence in the media as policy-makers, politicians and activists raise ...
7 Practical Strategies For Addressing America's Mental Illness CrisisThe Federalist
Mental Health is Not Just the Absence of Mental IllnessBrain Blogger (blog)

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Smoking to be banned at, near public housing - Atlanta Journal Constitution


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Smoking to be banned at, near public housing
Atlanta Journal Constitution
July 31 marks the day that smokers will not be permitted to light up at or near public housing. Starting at the end of the month, those who smoke will not be allowed to smoke cigarettes, cigars and pipes inside or within 25 feet of a building, CNN ...

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Vaping Helps Get People off Cigarettes, 'Even if They're Not Planning to Quit' - Health Thoroughfare


Health Thoroughfare

Vaping Helps Get People off Cigarettes, 'Even if They're Not Planning to Quit'
Health Thoroughfare
Many people around the world have switched from smoking to using e-cigarettes in an attempt to quit their unhealthy habit and it turns out that, even if they want to vape and keep on smoking, e-cigarettes help them to stub out anyway, because it's far ...

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Many Breast Cancer Patients Don't Get Recommended Follow-Up, Study Finds - Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal

Many Breast Cancer Patients Don't Get Recommended Follow-Up, Study Finds
Wall Street Journal
Women who have been treated for early-stage breast cancer should get periodic mammograms to monitor for recurrence, but the likelihood they will varies across U.S. metropolitan areas, a new study finds. The research, published in the Journal of the ...
Aggressive Follow-Up Imaging in Breast Cancer Is Geography-SpecificCancer Therapy Advisor
Cancer symptoms: Shocking signs of a cancer three quarters of men don't check forExpress.co.uk

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Full-Fat Milk Could Cut Risk of Stroke, Heart Attack, Study Says - Newsweek


Newsweek

Full-Fat Milk Could Cut Risk of Stroke, Heart Attack, Study Says
Newsweek
Consuming dairy products such as milk and cheese could cut the risk of heart disease and stroke, according to a study that challenged the commonly held belief that dairy is harmful. Marcia Otto, lead author of the study and assistant professor of ...
Full-fat milk, cheese and yogurt can protect against strokes: studyGlobalnews.ca
Study Finds No Link Between Dairy Fats and Heart Disease or MortalityMedicalResearch.com (blog)
This week's study: Full-fat dairy isn't going to kill youThe Takeout
Telegraph.co.uk
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Worried About Dementia? You Might Want to Check Your Blood Pressure - NPR


NPR

Worried About Dementia? You Might Want to Check Your Blood Pressure
NPR
Every day, Dr. Walter Koroshetz, 65, takes a pill as part of his effort to help keep his brain healthy and sharp. The pill is his blood pressure medication. And Koroshetz, who directs the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, says ...
Late-life high blood pressure may harm the brain, study saysNewsday
High Blood Pressure May Cause Brain DiseasesUrduPoint News

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Hepatitis A Continues to Spread Around Kentucky - U.S. News & World Report


Hepatitis A Continues to Spread Around Kentucky
U.S. News & World Report
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Health officials say hepatitis A is continuing to spread around Kentucky. WKYT-TV cited the Kentucky Department for Public Health in reporting that there were 1,094 cases and eight deaths from the outbreak as of the first week of ...

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Legionnaires' cases double in NYC neighborhood - Bradenton Herald


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Legionnaires' cases double in NYC neighborhood
Bradenton Herald
New York City health officials have confirmed 16 cases of Legionnaires' disease in one Manhattan neighborhood. The city Health Department said Sunday that seven people have been hospitalized due to Legionnaires' in the lower Washington Heights area.
Legionnaires' disease cases up in MichiganOutbreak News Today

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Anti-Herpes Meds Reduce Alzheimer's Dementia Onset By Factor Of 10, New Research Study Finds - The Inquisitr


The Inquisitr

Anti-Herpes Meds Reduce Alzheimer's Dementia Onset By Factor Of 10, New Research Study Finds
The Inquisitr
In a new study showing a link between Alzheimer's disease and the herpes virus, anti-viral meds were found to make patients 10 times less likely to develop symptoms. Anti-Herpes Meds Reduce Alzheimer's Dementia Onset By Factor Of 10, New Research ...
Herpes virus linked to Alzheimer's, antivirals may helpIndependent Online
Study finds herpes simplex virus may increase Alzheimer's riskTheHealthSite
Scientists Reveal Anti-Herpes Meds Are New Way to Reduce Risk of Alzheimer'sEconoTimes
Medical News Today -Health Europa -ETHealthworld.com -BizNews
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A California college is studying cannabis by having people smoke marijuana and try to drive - ABC15 Arizona


ABC15 Arizona

A California college is studying cannabis by having people smoke marijuana and try to drive
ABC15 Arizona
SAN DIEGO — It's legal for Californians to smoke marijuana now, but how soon after lighting up is it safe to drive? University of California, San Diego researchers are trying to figure that out to help both users and law enforcement. UCSD's Center for ...

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Despite detente, sanctions on North Korea fan TB epidemic - Herald-Whig


Herald-Whig

Despite detente, sanctions on North Korea fan TB epidemic
Herald-Whig
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Doctor O Yong Il swings open a glass door with a bright orange biohazard sign and gestures to the machine he hoped would revolutionize his life's work. It's called the GeneXpert and it's about the size of a household ...
Sanctions fanning TB epidemic in North Korea, despite improved international tiesSouth China Morning Post

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Elevated Blood Pressure May Be Connected to Alzheimer's Disease: Study - Christian Post


Newsweek

Elevated Blood Pressure May Be Connected to Alzheimer's Disease: Study
Christian Post
A new study has uncovered a possible link between elevated blood pressure and a person having brain damage or even Alzheimer's disease. The study's author, Dr. Zoe Arvanitakis of the Rush Alzheimer's disease Center at Rush University Medical Center ...
Blood Pressure Associated With Alzheimer's DiseaseCollege Media Network (blog)

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A California college is studying cannabis by having people smoke marijuana and try to drive - The Denver Channel


The Denver Channel

A California college is studying cannabis by having people smoke marijuana and try to drive
The Denver Channel
SAN DIEGO — It's legal for Californians to smoke marijuana now, but how soon after lighting up is it safe to drive? University of California, San Diego researchers are trying to figure that out to help both users and law enforcement. UCSD's Center for ...
People Really Do Have A Marijuana “Jay-Dar,” New Study FindsMarijuana Moment
Top Cannabis Doctor Says Concentrates Are Only Good For “Getting Really High”Herb (blog)
UCSD Conducting Study On Driving HighCandid Chronicle (press release)

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Synthetic Opioid Threat Prompts Bipartisan Push To Equip Police With Life Saving Screening Technology - The Daily Caller


The Daily Caller

Synthetic Opioid Threat Prompts Bipartisan Push To Equip Police With Life Saving Screening Technology
The Daily Caller
A bipartisan proposal in the Senate would arm local law enforcement across the country with advanced drug screening technology to protect officer lives from the threat of synthetic opioids. Democratic Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown championed the legislation ...
Tragedy: Small-Town Police Chief Dead of Opioid OverdoseThe Western Journal
AG announces new program designed to reduce the supply of synthetic opioidsTherogersvillereview

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Bingham Farms dentist has a passion for building smiles, changing lives - Detroit Free Press


Detroit Free Press

Bingham Farms dentist has a passion for building smiles, changing lives
Detroit Free Press
Life-changing epiphanies can come from unlikely places. Dr. Timothy Kosinski was in his sophomore year of dental school when he happened to be watching the television program, “That's Incredible.” “Someone came on the show and demonstrated how a ...
Seminar for the dental phobic scheduled for Aug. 24Palm Beach Post

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Department Of Health Confirms Additional Cases Of Legionnaire's Disease In Manhattan - CBS New York


CBS New York

Department Of Health Confirms Additional Cases Of Legionnaire's Disease In Manhattan
CBS New York
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Residents in Upper Manhattan were on edge Sunday as the number of people sickened with Legionnaire's disease continued to grow. The city's Department of Health confirmed the number of cases increased overnight to 16 ...
Legionnaires' cases rise to 16 in Washington Heights clusterWABC-TV

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Invasive Weed Causes Teen To Suffer Third-Degree Burns: Safely Identify And Remove Giant Hogweed - Tech Times


Tech Times

Invasive Weed Causes Teen To Suffer Third-Degree Burns: Safely Identify And Remove Giant Hogweed
Tech Times
A teen suffers third-degree burns after a brief encounter with a giant hogweed while gardening for his summer job. What are the safety reminders to keep in mind when trying to identify or remove a giant hogweed?
The guy touched the plants and ended up in hospital with burns of the 3rd degreeThe Siver Times

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Invasive Weed Causes Teen To Suffer Third-Degree Burns: Safely Identify And Remove Giant Hogweed - Tech Times


Tech Times

Invasive Weed Causes Teen To Suffer Third-Degree Burns: Safely Identify And Remove Giant Hogweed
Tech Times
A teen suffers third-degree burns after a brief encounter with a giant hogweed while gardening for his summer job. What are the safety reminders to keep in mind when trying to identify or remove a giant hogweed?

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Hemp-derived CBD takes off in Northwest Arkansas as medical marijuana lags - Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette


Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Hemp-derived CBD takes off in Northwest Arkansas as medical marijuana lags
Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
A component of the marijuana plant is taking off in popularity around Northwest Arkansas, sellers say, though two doctors warned the substance isn't the cure-all some might suggest. Almost two years have passed since Arkansas voters approved medical ...
Seniors choosing cannabis over opioids for painWHAS11.com
The future of prescription CBD oil in IdahoKVAL
CBD Oil, the new medical elixirnwitimes.com

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Diabetes: Eating 10 jelly beans could help you maintain blood sugar levels - Express.co.uk


Express.co.uk

Diabetes: Eating 10 jelly beans could help you maintain blood sugar levels
Express.co.uk
DIABETES type 1 tends to be detected shortly after birth, and is caused by problems with the production of insulin. Sufferers need to be careful to ensure blood sugar levels don't get too high or too low, hypoglycaemia, which can both be life-threatening.
'You have diabetes'Fort Dodge Messenger

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