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More cities are taking up hepatitis A fight - The San Diego Union-Tribune

Health - Google News - 22.09.2017

The San Diego Union-Tribune

More cities are taking up hepatitis A fight
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Alberto Ruiz, with National Maintenance Services, sprayed a bleach solution on benches at Promenade Park in El Cajon Thursday to fight an ongoing hepatitis outbreak that has sickened more than 30 people in the East County city. (John Gibbins / San ...
How a Lack of Public Restrooms Helped Spread a Deadly Hepatitis OutbreakHealthline
California's Hepatitis A Outbreaks: Why Is the Virus Spreading?Live Science
Long before deadly hepatitis A outbreak, San Diego was warned about lack of bathroomsLos Angeles Times
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Flint water crisis blamed for lower fertility rates, increased fetal death rates - 10TV

Health - Google News - 22.09.2017

10TV

Flint water crisis blamed for lower fertility rates, increased fetal death rates
10TV
When 41-year-old Nikyea Wakes looks at the ultrasound images of the twins she lost two years ago, her anger is evident. "I believe the Flint water crisis, the lead in the water, caused me to have my miscarriages in 2015," Wakes said. Back then, she was ...

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Sound the Mosquito Alarm, Across the USA - Philly.com

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PCT Magazine

Sound the Mosquito Alarm, Across the USA
Philly.com
THURSDAY, Sept. 21, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Two species of disease-transmitting mosquitoes could likely flourish in most of the United States, government researchers report. Specifically, Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus could survive and reproduce ...
Dysfunctional federal regulation has worsened the post-hurricane mosquito threatThe Hill
Broad swath of US deemed environmentally suitable for mosquitoes that transmit diseaseMedical Xpress
Truly Nolen's Key Largo Branch Provides Hurricane Irma ReliefPCT Magazine
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Australia's tough flu season may be bad news for US - Today.com

Health - Google News - 21.09.2017

Today.com

Australia's tough flu season may be bad news for US
Today.com
The U.S. may be in for a bad flu season, if Australia is anything to go by. Experts usually look to the southern hemisphere's influenza season to predict what might start happening here in the fall, and what they are seeing doesn't look good. Australia ...
Flu is a tragic illness. How can we get more people to vaccinate?The Conversation AU
Free flu vaccines offered in Pulaski todayRoanoke Times
Flu season: What to know about the (sometimes) deadly virusUSA TODAY
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CDC: 'Death Wish' coffee could have fatal consequences - AOL

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AOL

CDC: 'Death Wish' coffee could have fatal consequences
AOL
Death Wish Coffee's Cold Brew might be a little more literal than you probably hoped for. The Centers for Disease Control warns that consuming Nitro Cold Brew 11-ounce cans could have fatal consequences. The self-named “world's strongest coffee" could ...
'Death Wish Coffee' Just Got Recalled For A Deadly ReasonDaily Beast
"Death Wish" Coffee Recalled Over Possible Death RiskRefinery29
'Death Wish' Coffee Recalled Over Possible ToxinNewsmax
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Safe Air Pollution Doesn't Exist: Even Low Levels May Cause Kidney Damage - Newsweek

Health - Google News - 21.09.2017

Newsweek

Safe Air Pollution Doesn't Exist: Even Low Levels May Cause Kidney Damage
Newsweek
As if you needed another reason to care about air pollution, new research finds that the tiny particles in city smog don't just damage your heart and lungs, they also may increase risk of kidney disease and even contribute to kidney failure. Breathing ...
New study shows air pollution may be causing kidney disease in the USCNBC
Air Pollution Tied to Kidney DiseaseNew York Times
Air pollution may damage kidneys, new study findsCBS News
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Another Good Reason Not To Pee In The Pool - NPR

Health - Google News - 21.09.2017

NPR

Another Good Reason Not To Pee In The Pool
NPR
Water parks can be fun, but they also can pose unexpected health risks – in this case, eye and respiratory problems. And that shower you never take before you get in the pool plays a role. In July 2015, patrons at an indoor water park resort in Ohio ...
This Ohio water park was so gross it made people sick, CDC saysThe Verge
Chlorine + pee = breathing trouble for waterpark workersMedical Xpress
CDC report says Chlorine disinfectants with molecules in swimmersWeek Facts

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The Sex Moves Women Want: Clitoral Stimulation Helps Female Orgasm, Study Finds - Newsweek

Health - Google News - 21.09.2017

Newsweek

The Sex Moves Women Want: Clitoral Stimulation Helps Female Orgasm, Study Finds
Newsweek
Here's a new big bang theory: The vast majority of women want more clitoral stimulation during intercourse, a new study has found. Seventy-three percent of women said they either need direct stimulation during intercourse to achieve orgasm or preferred ...
New study reveals the truth about the female orgasmNew Zealand Herald
Men – we need to stop focusing on our own orgasms as the goal of sexMetro
This is what women want from sex, according to new studyThe indy100
Men's Health -Week Facts -Cosmopolitan.com -Daily Mail
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Babies Try Harder When They See You Sweat, Research Shows - U.S. News & World Report

Health - Google News - 21.09.2017

Miami Herald

Babies Try Harder When They See You Sweat, Research Shows
U.S. News & World Report
Study says babies can become more persistent in pursuing a goal if they see an adult doing it. Sept. 21, 2017, at 3:26 p.m.. Babies Try Harder When They See You Sweat, Research Shows. Share. ×. Share on Facebook · Post on Twitter · Post to Reddit. Email.
Babies Learn Persistence By Watching Adults Struggle, Studies ShowPatch.com
When Adults Show Determination, Babies CopyPhilly.com
Slacker parents beware: Your babies may follow in your footstepsScience Magazine
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This fake finger could help make our fingerprint scanners more secure - The Verge

Health - Google News - 21.09.2017

The Verge

This fake finger could help make our fingerprint scanners more secure
The Verge
Scientists have created a more realistic fake finger that they hope will help them improve fingerprint ID technology. Fingerprint ID is almost ubiquitous now, but they remain the phone's biggest security vulnerability. Fake fingers already exist, but ...
Real or Fake? Creating Fingers to Protect IdentitiesLab Manager Magazine

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Clues to Africa's Mysterious Past Found in Ancient Skeletons - New York Times

Health - Google News - 21.09.2017

New York Times

Clues to Africa's Mysterious Past Found in Ancient Skeletons
New York Times
Researchers in Malawi examining bone fragments whose DNA point to enormous migrations thousands of years ago that shaped present-day populations. Credit Jessica Thompson. It was only two years ago that researchers found the first ancient human ...
Ancient human DNA in sub-Saharan Africa lifts veil on prehistoryEurekAlert (press release)
Ancient DNA sheds light on African historyBBC News
Updated: First big efforts to sequence ancient African DNA reveal how early humans swept across the continentScience Magazine
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Are E-Cigs Bad For Your Heart? - TIME

Health - Google News - 21.09.2017

TIME

Are E-Cigs Bad For Your Heart?
TIME
Scientists are still trying to determine the health effects of e-cigarettes, and until now, they have focused their attention on the addictive properties of nicotine and the potentially cancer-causing agents in the vapors the devices emit. But in a ...
Just One E-Cigarette Stresses the Heart: StudyNewsmax
Puffing Just One E-Cigarette With Nicotine Can Damage Your HeartNewsweek
Nicotine in e-cigs is not only addictive, it might also increase your risk of heart diseaseThe Verge
Montana Standard -Health24 -Medical News Today -Healio
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Doctor goes into labor while delivering patient's baby - Fox News

Health - Google News - 21.09.2017

Fox News

Doctor goes into labor while delivering patient's baby
Fox News
A doctor who was nearing the end of her own pregnancy was helping to deliver a patient's baby when she unexpectedly went into labor. Dr. Emily Jacobs, a 28-year-old OB-GYN resident at the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics, said she noticed ...
OBGYN Didn't Realize Her Own Water Broke as She Was Delivering BabiesInside Edition
Doctor delivering another patient's baby didn't realise she'd gone into labour - despite her waters breakingMirror.co.uk
Delivering another woman's baby, doc finds she's giving birth herselfPort Clinton News Herald
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Exclusive: Africa to get state-of-art HIV drugs for $75 a year - KFGO

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KFGO

Exclusive: Africa to get state-of-art HIV drugs for $75 a year
KFGO
LONDON (Reuters) - Makers of generic AIDS drugs will start churning out millions of pills for Africa containing a state-of-the-art medicine widely used in rich countries, after securing a multi-million dollar guarantee that caps prices at just $75 per ...

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Illinois reports 1st human West Nile virus death of 2017 - Outbreak News Today

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Outbreak News Today

Illinois reports 1st human West Nile virus death of 2017
Outbreak News Today
The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) has confirmed the first human West Nile virus-related death in Illinois for 2017. A Kankakee County resident who tested positive for West Nile virus died earlier this month. Image/CDC. “Although we will ...
West Nile virus spreads to Lehigh and Northampton countiesAllentown Morning Call
Family of West Covina Woman Killed by West Nile Virus Speak Out After Infection Claims 6 Lives in California This YearKTLA
West Covina woman succumbs to West Nile virusKABC-TV
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Hurricane Maria Knocks Out Power Across All of Puerto Rico - NBCNews.com

Health - Google News - 20.09.2017

NBCNews.com

Hurricane Maria Knocks Out Power Across All of Puerto Rico
NBCNews.com
Every electricity customer in Puerto Rico lost power on Wednesday, the governor's office said, as the monster storm lashed the U.S. territory, ripping roofs off buildings and flooding homes. Share Video; Facebook · Twitter · E-mail; Embed. Copy this ...
'Don't forget us' San Juan Mayor pleads after Hurricane MariaWSAV-TV

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