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Rev. Jesse Jackson Diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease - Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

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Rev. Jesse Jackson Diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
CHICAGO — The Rev. Jesse Jackson disclosed publicly Friday that he has been seeking outpatient care for two years for Parkinson's disease and plans to “dedicate” himself to physical therapy to slow the progress of the disease. In a letter to ...
Jesse Jackson diagnosed with Parkinson's diseaseKITV Honolulu
The Latest: Emanuel praises Jackson after health disclosureBusiness Insider
What Jesse Jackson's diagnosis means for the Parkinson's communityChicagoNow (blog)
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The Many Forms, Faces And Causes Of PTSD - NPR

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The Many Forms, Faces And Causes Of PTSD
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Post-traumatic stress disorder is often associated with combat, but trauma comes in many forms. About 7 or 8 percent of people experience PTSD at some point in their lives, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. The rate is higher for women ...

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Boosting Brain Activity May Buffer Against Anxiety - PsychCentral.com

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The Indian Express

Boosting Brain Activity May Buffer Against Anxiety
PsychCentral.com
A new study at Duke University finds that boosting brain activity in regions related to thinking and problem-solving may help buffer against anxiety. The researchers found that people at greater risk for anxiety were less likely to develop the disorder ...
Brain activity buffers against worsening anxiety: StudyThe Indian Express
Stimulating brain activity may protect from anxiety: studyIndia Today
Prefrontal Executive Control Activity Buffers Against Worsening AnxietyReliaWire

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Risk of breast cancer recurrence lasts for decades - Business Insider

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The Express Tribune

Risk of breast cancer recurrence lasts for decades
Business Insider
(Reuters Health) - Many women who follow initial breast cancer treatment with five years of hormone therapy to keep tumors at bay may still experience new malignancies up to two decades after their diagnosis, a study suggests. Researchers examined data ...
Alabama teen's science project a breast cancer breakthroughAL.com
Breast cancer day heldThe Express Tribune

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Deaths due to substance abuse: The numbers keep growing and growing - Valley morning Star

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Valley morning Star

Deaths due to substance abuse: The numbers keep growing and growing
Valley morning Star
According to recent statistics from the U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) more Americans died in 2016 from all forms of drug overdose (71,614) than there were U.S. combat deaths during the 19 years of the Vietnam War (58,220). As the CDC points out ...
Opinion: Trump talks opioids — but what about alcohol, which kills far more people?The Mercury News
Pain Management and the Opioid CrisisNew York Times

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How Madagascar Took Control Of Its Plague Outbreak - NPR

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How Madagascar Took Control Of Its Plague Outbreak
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In early autumn, it became clear that something was not right in Madagascar. The country often sees small outbreaks of the bubonic plague, which comes from an infection spread by a flea bite. The disease is now easily treatable with antibiotics. But ...
The eternal return of the plagueArab News
Plague outbreak: where does it still exist and could it spread?The News Minute

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Patients infected with the plague in Madagascar are escaping from hospital because they are afraid of NEEDLES ... - Daily Mail

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Daily Mail

Patients infected with the plague in Madagascar are escaping from hospital because they are afraid of NEEDLES ...
Daily Mail
Patients infected with the plague in Madagascar are escaping from hospital because they are afraid of needles and not used to hospitals, prompting fears the disease could spread. Security guards at The Central Anti-Plague Hospital Ambohimindra in the ...

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Big Tobacco fesses up with landmark ads - The Union Leader

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Economic Times

Big Tobacco fesses up with landmark ads
The Union Leader
Quitline offers free help to stop smoking, including coaching and nicotine replacement therapy, 7 a.m. to 1 a.m., seven days a week. Visit quitnownh.org or call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669). The ads put it bluntly: Smoking kills, on average, 1,200 ...
Health ministry planning to issue advisory to states on risks of e-smokingThe Indian Express
Michael Quiggle: Health improves significantly after you quit smokingGoErie.com
Dr. Joseph Reed: Protect WV kids from candy-flavored tobacco (Gazette)Charleston Gazette-Mail
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Lawsuit: Botched butt lift paralyzed woman - KHOU

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KHOU

Lawsuit: Botched butt lift paralyzed woman
KHOU
"I have no feeling in my feet or movement from my ankles down,” said Hutton. She says she ended up in a wheelchair and paralyzed after a surgery for a Brazilian butt lift. "I just went in for something for a slight enhancement, nothing to alter my body ...
Lawsuit: Woman claims Brazilian butt lift left her paralyzedAtlanta Journal Constitution

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Want to live longer? Get a dog - fox8.com

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Want to live longer? Get a dog
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Dog ownership is associated with a reduced risk for cardiovascular disease and death, finds a new Swedish study published Friday in the journal Scientific Reports. For people living alone, owning a dog can decrease their risk of death by 33% and their ...
Owning dogs may be great for your heart and lower risk of death, new study saysSacramento Bee
Owning a dog might be good for your health, especially if you're singleUSA TODAY
Having a dog may reduce risk of heart disease, death — studyInquirer.net
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Case against Lewiston oral surgeon near collapse - Press Herald

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Lewiston Sun Journal

Case against Lewiston oral surgeon near collapse
Press Herald
An expert hired by the state says he cannot support a conclusion that Jan Kippax violated the rules governing his profession. By Steve CollinsSun Journal. Share. facebook · tweet · email · print. Comment. Read Article. AUGUSTA — The state's case ...
Maine Oral Surgeon Fighting to Keep His LicenseU.S. News & World Report

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Case against Lewiston oral surgeon near collapse - Press Herald

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Case against Lewiston oral surgeon near collapse
Press Herald
An expert hired by the state says he cannot support a conclusion that Jan Kippax violated the rules governing his profession. By Steve CollinsSun Journal. Share. facebook · tweet · email · print. Comment. Read Article. AUGUSTA — The state's case ...

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Your Thanksgiving feast can be healthier - The Killeen Daily Herald

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The Killeen Daily Herald

Your Thanksgiving feast can be healthier
The Killeen Daily Herald
People line up for a free Thanksgiving meal Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016, at Grace United Methodist Church during the church's seventh annual Gracegiving event. Amy Proctor | Herald. ×. 9 remaining of 10. Welcome! We hope that you enjoy our free content.
Thanksgiving: A helping of food safety tipsThe Courier
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PR Puppies Infected With Disease That Can Be Transmitted - U.S. News & World Report

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PR Puppies Infected With Disease That Can Be Transmitted
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The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services is warning people who played with puppies at a Hanover pizzeria may have been to a bacterial disease. Nov. 18, 2017, at 2:40 p.m.. PR Puppies Infected With Disease That Can Be Transmitted ...

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Puppies Rescued From Puerto Rico May Have Infection That Can Be Transmitted to Humans - TIME

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TIME

Puppies Rescued From Puerto Rico May Have Infection That Can Be Transmitted to Humans
TIME
Health officials in New Hampshire are warning residents after a puppy brought to the state from hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico tested positive for a bacterial infection that can be transmitted to humans. Of a group of 10 puppies that were rescued and ...
Puerto Rico pets scare hits homeWCAX
PR Puppies Infected With Disease That Can Be TransmittedU.S. News & World Report
Puppies rescued from Puerto Rico test positive for infection at Vermont rescueWTHR
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Madras man cited for failing to follow deer import restrictions - KTVZ

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KTVZ

Madras man cited for failing to follow deer import restrictions
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SALEM, Ore. - Last week, Montana reported its first case of a free-ranging deer testing positive for Chronic Wasting Disease. The deer was harvested by a Montana hunter and its carcass was brought to Oregon by the hunter's relative, who lives in Madras ...
Analysis Confirms Chronic Wasting Disease in Michigan DeerU.S. News & World Report
Rep. Katrina Shankland: Safety should be foremost in deer huntMadison.com
Michigan confirms 11th case of chronic wasting disease, 3 more suspectedMLive.com
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Why Did The Passenger Pigeon Go Extinct? The Answer Might Lie In Their Toes - WMOT

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WMOT

Why Did The Passenger Pigeon Go Extinct? The Answer Might Lie In Their Toes
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Martha (right), the last known passenger pigeon, died in 1914. Her preserved body is now on display at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.. The artwork titled Shooting Wild Pigeons in Northern Louisiana is based on ...
How evolution shaped passenger pigeons' DNA — and their fateAxios
Scientists Offer New Insights On Why Passenger Pigeons Went ExtinctThe Inquisitr
Passenger pigeon genome shows effects of natural selection in a huge populationEurekAlert (press release)
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Lawsuit: Botched butt lift paralyzed woman - WFAA

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WFAA

Lawsuit: Botched butt lift paralyzed woman
WFAA
"I have no feeling in my feet or movement from my ankles down,” said Hutton. She says she ended up in a wheelchair and paralyzed after a surgery for a Brazilian butt lift. "I just went in for something for a slight enhancement, nothing to alter my body ...
Butt lift at Dallas surgery center left nurse paralyzed, she says in $5M suitDallas News
Woman files suit after butt lift leaves her paralyzedFOX 4 News

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