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Puppies Who Interacted With Public in Hanover May Have Been Infected - Valley News

18.11.2017

Valley News

Puppies Who Interacted With Public in Hanover May Have Been Infected
Valley News
Aimee Goodwin administers the antibiotic doxycycline to the four rescue puppies and her own dog Playa, right, at her Norwich, Vt., home Friday, Nov. 17, 2017. The puppies were brought to Vermont from Puerto Rico by Goodwin's organization Surfin' Sato ...
DHHS warns of potential infection exposure at Hanover restaurant from puppies rescued from Puerto RicoThe Union Leader
Puppies from Puerto Rico pose health risk, after being diagnosed with bacterial infectionMy Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22
Puppies From Puerto Rico Examined for Potential InfectionU.S. News & World Report
Concord Monitor -Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News -NECN -WGME
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Rev. Jesse Jackson In A Battle Against Parkinson's Disease - Forbes

18.11.2017

Forbes

Rev. Jesse Jackson In A Battle Against Parkinson's Disease
Forbes
Pictured here the Reverend Jesse Jackson attends Game 3 of the 2017 NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena on June 7, 2017 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images).
Parkinson's Disease Information Page | National Institute of Neurological Disorders and StrokeNational Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke - NIH

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Dog 'dies of a broken heart' after being dumped at airport by her owner - Telegraph.co.uk

18.11.2017

Telegraph.co.uk

Dog 'dies of a broken heart' after being dumped at airport by her owner
Telegraph.co.uk
A dog who was abandoned by her owner at an airport has died of a "broken heart". The dog, called "Nube Viajera'' or Wandering Cloud by the vets who treated her, spent a month wandering around the terminal at Palonegro airport near Bucaramanga, ...
Dog dies of 'broken heart' after being dumped at airport and wandering around looking for owner for weeksMirror.co.uk
Dog dies of 'broken heart' on being abandoned by ownersDeccan Chronicle
Dog dies of a broken heartStuff.co.nz
Metro -Buzz.ie -DeathRattleSports.com -WWSB ABC 7
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90% of Americans eat garbage - New York Post

17.11.2017

New York Post

90% of Americans eat garbage
New York Post
Despite being endlessly prodded to eat their fruits and veggies, just 1 in 10 American adults get enough of them in their daily diet, according to a new study. Only 12 percent of Americans eat the minimum amount of fruit recommended — a cup and a half ...

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90% of Americans eat garbage - New York Post

17.11.2017

New York Post

90% of Americans eat garbage
New York Post
Despite being endlessly prodded to eat their fruits and veggies, just 1 in 10 American adults get enough of them in their daily diet, according to a new study. Only 12 percent of Americans eat the minimum amount of fruit recommended — a cup and a half ...
Only 1 in 10 Adults Get Enough Fruits or Vegetables | CDC Online Newsroom | CDCCDC

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Study shows energy drinks cause serious health risks - WIBW

17.11.2017

WIBW

Study shows energy drinks cause serious health risks
WIBW
(KWQC) – Energy drinks provide a quick energy boost but down the road can cause serious health issues both physically and mentally, according to a recent study. The study, published in Frontiers in Public Health, says it provides a summary of ...
Mixing Energy Drink And Alcohol Poses Serious RisksTech Times
Energy Drinks Are Bad News For Your Health, Warns StudyEnstarz
Are energy drinks bad for your health? New study says yes.Yahoo News
Deccan Chronicle -NDTV -The Inquisitr -Bel Marra Health
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28 Counties Sues Major Opioid Manufacturers For Cost Of Crisis - The Daily Caller

17.11.2017

NewsLI

28 Counties Sues Major Opioid Manufacturers For Cost Of Crisis
The Daily Caller
Twenty-eight Wisconsin counties sued five major drug manufactures Nov. 7, seeking to recover financial costs from battling the opioid crisis. The lawsuit claims county services have been overwhelmed by the effects of the epidemic, and aims to reimburse ...
Punish Purdue PharmaToledo Blade
Purdue Is Said to Approach States in Bid to Settle Opioid ClaimsBloombergQuint
Addiction's profit stream broad, deepLexington Herald Leader
The Advocate -Superior Telegram -Financial News -Door County Pulse
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No, there has not been a successful human head transplant - Popular Science

17.11.2017

Popular Science

No, there has not been a successful human head transplant
Popular Science
Canavero has not completed a successful human head transplant, and it is very unlikely that he will ever do so. We repeat: No one has completed a successful human head transplant. Here's what you need to know: ...
Italian doctor says world's first human head transplant 'imminent'WXIA-TV
World's first human head transplant a success, controversial scientist claimsTelegraph.co.uk
Italian doctor says world's first human head transplant 'imminent'USA TODAY
The Guardian
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Florida confirms Miami's first mosquito-borne case of Zika in 2017 - Miami Herald

17.11.2017

St. Augustine Record

Florida confirms Miami's first mosquito-borne case of Zika in 2017
Miami Herald
Florida health officials reported Miami-Dade's first local case of Zika for 2017 on Friday, marking the state's second case of mosquito-borne transmission of the virus this year. However, the Florida Department of Health said there are no areas in the ...
Florida reports 2nd Zika local transmission in a monthOutbreak News Today
Locally Transmitted Zika Case Reported In Miami-DadePatch.com
Florida confirms second local Zika virus infection for 2017Washington Post
The Ledger -WPLG Local 10 -WFSU
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Codeine Still Prescribed to Kids Despite Strict FDA Warning - PsychCentral.com

17.11.2017

Immortal News

Codeine Still Prescribed to Kids Despite Strict FDA Warning
PsychCentral.com
A new multi-university study finds that up to one in 20 children were still being prescribed codeine to treat pain after tonsil and adenoid surgery, despite a “black box warning” being issued by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) two years prior ...
Effect of FDA investigation on opioid prescribing to children after tonsillectomy/adenoidectomyPharmacy Today, American Pharmacists Association, pharmacist.com
Kids still get codeine after surgeries despite safety warningsReuters
Doctors Are Still Prescribing Codeine For Kids After Tonsillectomies, Despite FDA WarningForbes
CBS News -NPR -Immortal News -Healio
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Fighting salt and sugar cravings, with spicy food - CNN

17.11.2017

CNN

Fighting salt and sugar cravings, with spicy food
CNN
(CNN) There's no magic pill that will cure you of your cravings. But there is something that may help the effort, and it's all-natural. Research has shown that simply spicing up your diet may help you consume less salt and possibly less sugar, while ...

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3 more cases of Legionnaires' disease confirmed in Orange County - KABC-TV

17.11.2017

Los Angeles Times

3 more cases of Legionnaires' disease confirmed in Orange County
KABC-TV
Three more cases of Legionnaires' disease were confirmed in the O.C. a week after Disneyland closed cooling towers due to the disease. (Jae C. Hong). KABC. Thursday, November 16, 2017 09:35PM. ANAHEIM, Calif. (KABC) --. Three more cases of ...
California officials probe source of Legionnaires' casesBoston.com
7 cases of Legionnaires' disease tied to Las Vegas' Rio hotelLas Vegas Review-Journal
Disneyland Outbreak Highlights Dramatic Rise of Legionnaires' DiseaseHealthline
Patch.com -The Epoch Times -California Healthline -Newsline
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Chronic Wasting Disease Threatens Deer Population: What You Should Know - Tech Times

17.11.2017

Tech Times

Chronic Wasting Disease Threatens Deer Population: What You Should Know
Tech Times
The deer population in different parts of the United States is increasingly being affected by chronic wasting disease. Reports of infected deer have come in from Minnesota, Wyoming, and Montana, among other states. ( Roman Grac | Pixabay ). The deer ...
Wasting disease worries leave deer hunters uneasyThe Detroit News
Testing confirms CWD in mule deer buck from south central MontanaABC FOX Montana News
Seven more deer likely positive for CWDPost-Bulletin
WFYI -The Spokesman-Review (blog) -Minneapolis Star Tribune -Lakenewsonline.com
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5 Questions: Randall Stafford on new blood pressure guidelines - Stanford Medical Center Report

17.11.2017

Stanford Medical Center Report

5 Questions: Randall Stafford on new blood pressure guidelines
Stanford Medical Center Report
Under the new guidelines, tens of millions more Americans now meet the criteria for having high blood pressure. Nov 16 2017. Randall Stafford. A panel of the nation's leading heart experts issued new blood pressure guidelines Nov. 13 that redefine for ...
New high blood pressure guidelines: Think your blood pressure is fine? Think again…Harvard Health (blog)
Leader in Hypertension Control: Making it Convenient for Patients is KeyMedPage Today
Don't Let New Blood Pressure Guidelines Raise YoursNew York Times
MassLive.com -Q13 FOX -WBUR -PR Newswire (press release)
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US sets rules on stem cell therapies - SFGate

17.11.2017

SFGate

US sets rules on stem cell therapies
SFGate
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration unveiled long-anticipated guidelines about stem cell therapies Thursday that are meant to clear up confusion about which treatments are appropriate and safe, and which pose the most risks and fewest rewards for ...
Stem Cell Therapy Shows Promise for Retinal DegenerationMedscape
FDA Speeds Review of Gene Therapies, Vowing to Target Rogue ClinicsNew York Times
Some stem cell therapies would skip usual FDA rules under new guidelinesPhilly.com
WTHR -CBC.ca -Axios -American Council on Science and Health
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White House says decision to lift ban on elephant hunting trophies from Africa has not been 'finalized' - Yahoo News

16.11.2017

Yahoo News

White House says decision to lift ban on elephant hunting trophies from Africa has not been 'finalized'
Yahoo News
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is planning to reverse a ban on importing elephant hunting trophies from two countries in Africa, but White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said the move is not “final.” Trophies from elephants ...

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'I was devastated' Black Death plague SURVIVOR speaks out as cause of disease REVEALED - Daily Star

16.11.2017

Daily Star

'I was devastated' Black Death plague SURVIVOR speaks out as cause of disease REVEALED
Daily Star
A BUSINESSMAN who miraculously survived the dreaded Black Death plague ravaging Madagascar has opened up about his harrowing ordeal. 0. By Joshua Nevett / Published 16th November 2017. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration ...
Q&A: Madagascar's New Plague CrisisWall Street Journal
The eternal return of the plagueEJ Insight
Plague spreads to dozens of health workers amid fears Madagascar CAN'T contain black deathExpress.co.uk
DeathRattleSports.com -Daily Mail -SowetanLIVE Sunday Wolrd -Huffington Post South Africa (blog)
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Why Did The Passenger Pigeon Go Extinct? The Answer Might Lie In Their Toes - NPR

16.11.2017

NPR

Why Did The Passenger Pigeon Go Extinct? The Answer Might Lie In Their Toes
NPR
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. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption. toggle caption. Susan Walsh/AP. Martha (right) ...
Billions or bust: New genetic clues to the extinction of the passenger pigeonWashington Post
Passenger pigeon genome shows effects of natural selection in a huge populationPhys.Org
Passenger Pigeon DNA Shows How Large, Stable Populations Can Quickly Go ExtinctSeeker
MetroNews Canada -The Atlantic -New York Times -Science Magazine
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