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Spoonfuls of this snack could benefit adults with high blood pressure, study says - Sacramento Bee


Sacramento Bee

Spoonfuls of this snack could benefit adults with high blood pressure, study says
Sacramento Bee
In the realm of snacks, yogurt has always been considered one of the healthier options. But is it so healthy, it can help lower risk of cardiovascular disease? A study published Thursday in American Journal of Hypertension (Oxford University Press ...
You may be able to better avoid heart attacks with this common snack, study saysAtlanta Journal Constitution
Yogurt helps cardiovascular healthWeekly Observer
Eating Yogurt May Lower Risk Of Cardiovascular DiseaseReliaWire
BABW News -The Daily Meal -The Inquisitr -News18
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Did smallpox virus research put potential profits ahead of public safety? - 89.3 KPCC


89.3 KPCC

Did smallpox virus research put potential profits ahead of public safety?
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Vials of smallpox vaccine sit on a counter before a vaccination on December 16, 2002 at Mid-Florida Biologicals in Altamonte Springs, Florida. Chris Livingston/Getty Images. Nell Greenfieldboyce | NPR | February 17, 2018. Listen to story. 04:48 ...

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Free flu shots for WNY kids at town hall Wednesday - NJ.com


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Free flu shots for WNY kids at town hall Wednesday
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JERSEY CITY -- Free flu vaccinations for West New York children over the age of five will be available at town hall on Wednesday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.. "We are trying to save lives and we are going to make sure that West New York is safe by preventing ...
Flu Count Climbs To 69000 In New YorkOrangetown Daily Voice

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World's first human-sheep hybrids pave way for diabetes cure and mass organ transplants - Telegraph.co.uk


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World's first human-sheep hybrids pave way for diabetes cure and mass organ transplants
Telegraph.co.uk
Human-sheep hybrids have been created by scientists for the first time, opening the door to organs being grown inside the farmyard animals for use in transplants or to cure diabetes. A team at Stanford University successfully grew embryos inside a ...
Scientists set to grow first human donor organ in a sheep for the first timeThe Sun
Scientists create first human-sheep hybrids - paving the way for organs to be grown in animals for transplant even ...Daily Mail

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World's first human-sheep hybrids pave way for diabetes cure and mass organ transplants - Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk

World's first human-sheep hybrids pave way for diabetes cure and mass organ transplants
Telegraph.co.uk
Human-sheep hybrids have been created by scientists for the first time, opening the door to organs being grown inside the farmyard animals for use in transplants or to cure diabetes. A team at Stanford University successfully grew embryos inside a ...
Scientists create first human-sheep hybrids - paving the way for organs to be grown in animals for transplant even ...Daily Mail

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Flu Shot Clinics Planned in 3 Connecticut Communities - U.S. News & World Report


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Flu Shot Clinics Planned in 3 Connecticut Communities
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Three Connecticut communities are holding flu shot clinics as peak flu season remains weeks away. Feb. 17, 2018, at 9:51 a.m.. Flu Shot Clinics Planned in 3 Connecticut Communities. Share. ×. Share on Facebook · Post on Twitter · Post to Reddit. Email ...
It's Not Too Late: Health Officials Continue to Push Flu ShotsNBC Connecticut
Sen. Markey Introduces To Invest $1 Billion in Development of Universal Flu Vaccineframinghamsource.com
King backs universal flu vaccineBiddeford Journal Tribune

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Eating Yogurt May Lower Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease - ReliaWire


ReliaWire

Eating Yogurt May Lower Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease
ReliaWire
Higher consumption of yogurt is associated with lower cardiovascular disease risk in hypertensive men and women, suggests a new study. High blood pressure affects about one billion people worldwide but may also be a major cause of cardiovascular health ...
Yogurt Could Help Reduce Risk Of Heart Attacks, Boston University Researchers SayThe Inquisitr
Eating Yogurt May Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease and StrokeThe Daily Meal
Eating Yogurt May Reduce Risk Of Heart DiseasesNews18
Business Recorder -ABP LIVE -www.MICEtimes.asia (press release)
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How the flu hijacks your body to make you feel so wretched - Washington Post


Washington Post

How the flu hijacks your body to make you feel so wretched
Washington Post
Every year, 5 to 20 percent of the people in the United States will become infected with influenza virus. An average of 200,000 of these people will require hospitalization, and up to 50,000 will die. Folks over the age of 65 are especially susceptible ...

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10 ways schools, parents and communities can prevent school shootings now - Infosurhoy


Infosurhoy

10 ways schools, parents and communities can prevent school shootings now
Infosurhoy
Doctors are an underutilized community resource. Regular check-ups could help prevent violence. Credit: Myfuture.com, CC BY-ND. After a shooter killed 17 people at a Florida high school, many have expressed frustration at the political hand-wringing ...
Ten Ways Schools, Parents and Communities Can Prevent School Shootings NowThe Good Men Project (blog)
Florida shooting: How parents and communities can prevent school shootingsBusiness Standard

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Did Pox Virus Research Put Potential Profits Ahead of Public Safety? - NPR


NPR

Did Pox Virus Research Put Potential Profits Ahead of Public Safety?
NPR
Smallpox virus, colorized and magnified in this micrograph 42,000 times, is the real concern for biologists working on a cousin virus — horsepox. They're hoping to develop a better vaccine against smallpox, should that human scourge ever be used as a ...

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How A Urine Test After Back Surgery Triggered A $17850 Bill - WBHM


WBHM

How A Urine Test After Back Surgery Triggered A $17850 Bill
WBHM
Liz Moreno thought she was done paying for her back surgery in 2015. But a $17,850 bill for a urine test showed up nine months later. Her father, Paul Davis, a retired doctor from Ohio, settled with the lab company for $5,000 in order to protect his ...
Incentives matter: after back surgery, a routine urine test resulted in a $17800 bill the patient was expected to payBoing Boing

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Severity of H3N2 flu strain raises concerns about viral mutations - Newsday


Newsday

Severity of H3N2 flu strain raises concerns about viral mutations
Newsday
Scientists say a manufacturing process that uses hens' eggs may allow the virus to change in ways that make the vaccine less effective. Pharmacist Gregory Lachhman administers a flu shot during a free flu-shot drive by Rite Aid at Molloy College in ...
The Flu Shot Doesn't Live Up To Expectations — And That Keeps Many People AwayHuffPost
2 more flu deaths in Clark County push death toll to 24Las Vegas Review-Journal
Texas' flu death toll tops 4000Chron.com
Fort Worth Star Telegram -KFDX -Lock Haven Express -Syracuse.com
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Blood pressure drug helps prevent onset of diabetes: Study - Deccan Chronicle


Deccan Chronicle

Blood pressure drug helps prevent onset of diabetes: Study
Deccan Chronicle
Some 60 per cent of people at risk of getting type 1 diabetes possess the DQ8 molecule which increases diabetes risk. Some 60 per cent of people at risk of getting type 1 diabetes possess the DQ8 molecule which increases diabetes risk. (Photo: Pixabay ...
Common BP drug may prevent onset of Type 1 diabetesThe Indian Express
Drug used for hypertension may help prevent type 1 diabetesEconomic Times
Common blood pressure drug may prevent type 1 diabetesBrinkwire (press release)
ScienceAlert
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Buyers guide to Pennsylvania medical marijuana products - Philly.com


Philly.com

Buyers guide to Pennsylvania medical marijuana products
Philly.com
Concentrated forms of medical marijuana include (clockwise from top left) budder, wax, sugar, and shatter. by Sam Wood, Staff Writer @samwoodiii | samwood@phillynews.com · Email @samwoodiii. Sam Wood. Staff Writer. Sam Wood is a health and science ...

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Woman files $3M suit against ex for allegedly giving her herpes - New York Post


New York Post

Woman files $3M suit against ex for allegedly giving her herpes
New York Post
When Adrienne Vanterpool Canton promised to love her husband in sickness and in health, she never imagined that meant sharing his STD. The Harlem woman is suing estranged spouse Lionel Canton for $3 million for allegedly giving her herpes. Vanterpool ...
Shocked Manhattan wife claims husband hid herpes diagnosis from her for years in $4M lawsuitNew York Daily News
Manhattan wife infected with herpes by her estranged husband sues him for $4million as she claims he hid his ...Daily Mail

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The need for mental health services in school - WGRZ-TV


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The need for mental health services in school
WGRZ-TV
Very few people with mental health conditions will commit violent acts. But for those prone to violence, how do we stop them from slipping through the cracks? Author: Danny Spewak. Published: 10:38 PM EST February 16, 2018. BUFFALO, N.Y. - The vast ...
Malta Medical Students' Association concerned over state of mental health situationMalta Independent Online
Experts say mass shootings and mental heath are unfair comparisonsCBS46 News Atlanta
Gun Violence is a Mental Health Issue, Not a Mental Illness Issue. Yes, There's a DifferenceThe Mary Sue
Carroll County Times -KVIA El Paso -YourErie -Sherman Denison Herald Democrat
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2 more flu deaths in Clark County push death toll to 24 - Las Vegas Review-Journal


Las Vegas Review-Journal

2 more flu deaths in Clark County push death toll to 24
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Madison Catlett, 9, gets a flu shot from licensed practical nurse Carolyn Nelson at Southwest Medical's Tenaya Healthcare Center in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018. (Chase Stevens Las Vegas Review-Journal @csstevensphoto). Dr. Hany Atallah stands ...
Another flu death reported in Tarrant County as both A and B strains rageFort Worth Star Telegram
First comes A, then follows B: Flu still a problem in Wichita CountyKFDX
Public Health District tracks flu related deaths for the first t - Newschannel 6 Now | Wichita Falls, TXKAUZ-TV
Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette -MLive.com -WHAS 11.com -MassLive.com
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FBI received tip on Parkland shooter in January but did not follow up - NBCNews.com


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FBI received tip on Parkland shooter in January but did not follow up
NBCNews.com
On January 5, “a person close” to Nikolas Cruz called an FBI tip line about him, but the information was never passed on to the agency's Miami field office. Share Video; Facebook · Twitter · E-mail; Embed. Copy this code to your website or blog ...
Florida school shooting repeats all-too-familiar pattern, Lester Holt saysToday.com

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FBI received tip on Parkland shooter in January but did not follow up - NBCNews.com


NBCNews.com

FBI received tip on Parkland shooter in January but did not follow up
NBCNews.com
On January 5, “a person close” to Nikolas Cruz called an FBI tip line about him, but the information was never passed on to the agency's Miami field office. Share Video; Facebook · Twitter · E-mail; Embed. Copy this code to your website or blog ...
Florida school shooting repeats all-too-familiar pattern, Lester Holt saysToday.com

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