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Heatwave causes spike in insect bite calls to NHS

14 hours ago   |   BBC

Horsefly bites are painful and can lead to a skin infection that may require antibiotics, say doctors.
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Proposed: Screen Patients with Certain Infections for Opioid Addiction

23 hours ago   |   MedPageToday

Expert panel identifies endocarditis, skin abscess, others as flags for drug abuse
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How To Keep Your Baby Safe This Summer

How To Keep Your Baby Safe This Summer

1 day ago   |   24/7 Mom

The long, sunny days of summer are fun to spend outside with your friends and family. But for your baby, fun in the sun can become dangerous. Summer safety for your baby begins...
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Immunotherapy Shows Promising Result in Skin Cancer Patients with Brain Metastases

Immunotherapy Shows Promising Result in Skin Cancer Patients with Brain Metastases

1 day ago   |   Medindia Health

Patients with melanoma brain metastases have a significant improvement from immunotherapies doubling their survival rates, study says.
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Once You Learn This You'll Never Throw Out the Avocado Pit Again

1 day ago   |   Mercola

By Dr. Mercola Avocados are one of the most popular fruits in the U.S., and two-thirds of consumers have purchased them in the past year. According to Hass Avocado Board 2014...
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Is the six-week postpartum checkup too little too late?

1 day ago   |   Today's Parent

When Vancouver mom Jennifer Kane* went for her six-week postpartum checkup , she and her OB/GYN briefly discussed her stitches from a second-degree tear , which were healing...
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More Than Temperature Puts Elderly at Risk in Heat

More Than Temperature Puts Elderly at Risk in Heat

1 day ago   |   Health

SUNDAY, Aug. 10 —Because aging affects the body's ability to respond to summer heat, older adults are particularly at risk for heat-related illnesses such as heat stroke, heat...
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Lack of Vitamin D Boosts Death Risk

Lack of Vitamin D Boosts Death Risk

1 day ago   |   Health

MONDAY, Aug. 11 —Inadequate vitamin D could increase your risk of death by 26 percent, a new study concludes. Yet many people are not getting enough vitamin D, which the skin...
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13 Unexpected Ways to Fit In Cardio

13 Unexpected Ways to Fit In Cardio

1 day ago   |   Health

Exercise is a key contributor to health and happiness: Beyond triggering that runner's high, it's associated with a higher quality of life, improved health, and a better mood...
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Woman's Powerful Post Nails What It Means To Have Anxiety

2 days ago   |   Scary Mommy

A viral Facebook post explains what it actually means to have anxiety Sometimes, anxiety is brushed off as a totally short-term, easily fixable feeling. But for people actually...
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Valproic acid-induced autism in young children reduced with curcumin

Valproic acid-induced autism in young children reduced with curcumin

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that about one in 59 children has autism spectrum disorder. A look at yearly data on the prevalence of ASD reveals that... Read more ...

For Effective Diagnosis of Multiple Myeloma Test the Urine and Blood

For Effective Diagnosis of Multiple Myeloma Test the Urine and Blood

Multiple myeloma can be detected by urine test as well as the serum of our blood, say pathologists. Urine test though an age-old diagnostic tool is still very effective in... Read more ...

Migraine May Increase Ear Disorders

Migraine May Increase Ear Disorders

Increased risk of developing ear disorders like tinnitus is seen in people with chronic migraines when compared to those without a headache. Read more ...

Massive Genome Havoc in Breast Cancer Revealed

Massive Genome Havoc in Breast Cancer Revealed

One of the most detailed maps ever made of structural variations in a cancer cell's genome has been revealed by researchers. Read more ...

Intensive Care Patients' Muscles Unable to Use Fats for Energy: Study

Intensive Care Patients' Muscles Unable to Use Fats for Energy: Study

Muscle wasting increases length of intensive care unit stay and mortality, and hence it is important that we identify better ways to ensure that nutrition and rehabilitation... Read more ...

Recalled Honey Smacks still on store shelves; more people sick

Recalled Honey Smacks still on store shelves; more people sick

Some retailers are still selling recalled Kellogg's Honey Smacks responsible for an expanding nationwide Salmonella outbreak, spurring the FDA to once again urge consumers to... Read more ...

Fat-Loss Coach Says Do These 6 Things For 2 Weeks to Start Losing Weight

Fat-Loss Coach Says Do These 6 Things For 2 Weeks to Start Losing Weight

A post shared by Carter Good • Fat loss Coach on Jul 3, 2018 at 7:59am PDT Trying to lose weight but struggling with how to get started and be successful? With so much... Read more ...

Kidney Trauma from Gunshot Wounds, Other Injuries: Is Surgery the Best Option?

Kidney Trauma from Gunshot Wounds, Other Injuries: Is Surgery the Best Option?

Doctors exploring the best approach for treating penetrating kidney trauma from gunshot wounds and other injuries found that conservative, non-surgical management is a feasible... Read more ...

Testosterone Therapy Offers New Hope for Cancer Patients

Testosterone Therapy Offers New Hope for Cancer Patients

Testosterone is effective at fighting cachexia or loss of body mass in cancer patients and can help improve quality of life in cancer patients. Read more ...

Routine Screening and Treatment for Opioid Abuse Recommended to Reduce...

Routine Screening and Treatment for Opioid Abuse Recommended to Reduce Opioid Epidemic in US

Opioid abuse in US can be cut down if health care providers routinely screen and treat patients for opioid abuse when they come to clinics and hospitals seeking other services. Read more ...