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How to Stop a Disease From Crossing Borders

1 hour ago   |   NY Times

The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Division of Global Health Protection talks about the coronavirus and her organization's efforts to keep people...
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E. coli prompts milk recall in Australian states

3 hours ago   |   Food Safety

Milk has been recalled across two Australian states due to potential E. coli contamination. The issue was identified as a result of company testing. It is not clear what strain...
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Ink Rx? Welcome to the World of Paramedical Tattoos

3 hours ago   |   NY Times

Needles and pigments are helping medical patients heal emotionally.
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Xenotransplantation Saves Babies

Xenotransplantation Saves Babies

7 hours ago   |   Medindia Health

Thanks to a 19.5 million grant from biotechnology magnate United Therapeutics Corporation, UAB and Children's have launched one of the top programs in the world dedicated to...
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CATASTROPHIC ERROR: In just two days, thousands of potentially cross-infected passengers from the Diamond Princess cruise ship will be released and allowed to take commercial flights anywhere in the world

CATASTROPHIC ERROR: In just two days, thousands of potentially cross-infected passengers from the Diamond Princess cruise ship will be released and allowed to take commercial flights anywhere in the world

8 hours ago   |   Natural News   |   4 articles

World health authorities are about to commit a gross error that could literally end up costing millions of lives. So far, 355 passengers on the Diamond Princess cruise ship...
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Cut the junk: Eating junk food can give you food allergies

Cut the junk: Eating junk food can give you food allergies

9 hours ago   |   Natural News

The increased consumption of junk food all over the world might be one big reason why more and more people are getting food allergies. A study presented by researchers from the...
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Research shows how Ebola virus interacts with human lipids

10 hours ago   |   News Medical

Robert Stahelin studies some of the world's deadliest viruses. Filoviruses, including Ebola virus and Marburg virus, cause viral hemorrhagic fever with high fatality rates.
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Quinoa with Dried Cranberries and Seeds

10 hours ago   |   Fitness Tips for Life

Yesterday for a change I decided to cook up some quinoa for breakfast. Last fall when I was at Disney World the hotel had that at breakfast every morning with brown sugar as an...
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New wearable device to diagnose Alzheimer's disease

12 hours ago   |   News Medical

With tens of millions of people the world over being affected by dementia, and almost 80% of them suffering from Alzheimer's disease , the Early Detection of Neurodegenerative...
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Proportion of kindergarten children meeting the WHO guidelines on physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep and associations with adiposity in urban Beijing

13 hours ago   |   BMC

World Health Organisation Guidelines on Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour and Sleep for Children under 5 Years of Age were released in 2019. The aim of this study was to...
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Too Much Sitting May Up Heart Disease Risk in Aging Women

Too Much Sitting May Up Heart Disease Risk in Aging Women

Is too much sitting bad for your heart? Yes, sitting for long periods can put aging women at a higher risk of developing heart disease. So, sit less and move more to boost your... Read more ...

Cutting Off Kidney Cancer at Its Roots: Study

Cutting Off Kidney Cancer at Its Roots: Study

New study discovers cancer stem cells responsible for the most common form of kidney cancer: clear cell renal cell carcinoma, or ccRCC. Read more ...

Study Identifies States with Highest Rates of Melanoma Due to UV Radiation

Study Identifies States with Highest Rates of Melanoma Due to UV Radiation

New study finds that state-level incidence rates for UV-attributable melanoma ranged from 15 cases per 100,000 in Alaska to 65 cases per 100,000 in Hawaii. Read more ...

CATASTROPHIC ERROR: In just two days, thousands of potentially...

CATASTROPHIC ERROR: In just two days, thousands of potentially cross-infected passengers from the Diamond Princess cruise ship will be released and allowed to take commercial flights anywhere in the world

World health authorities are about to commit a gross error that could literally end up costing millions of lives. So far, 355 passengers on the Diamond Princess cruise ship... Read more ...

U.S. military preparing to implement medical martial law due to coronavirus...

U.S. military preparing to implement medical martial law due to coronavirus pandemic

The Joint Chiefs of Staff has issued an executive order calling on the United States Northern Command to start preparing for a full-blown pandemic of the Wuhan coronavirus here... Read more ...

Can this East Asian shrub help reduce the harmful effects of oxidative...

Can this East Asian shrub help reduce the harmful effects of oxidative stress? Study explains

Lindera glauca is a medicinal shrub with a variety of uses. Besides being an excellent condiment and food flavoring, L. glauca is also used in the manufacturing industry and in... Read more ...

New Guidelines for Hepatic Failure

New Guidelines for Hepatic Failure

A new set of evidence-based recommendations for the management of liver failure is presented at the SCCM 49th Critical Care Congress. It assembles recommendations for critical... Read more ...

Green Tea Extract Reduces Fatty Liver Disease

Green Tea Extract Reduces Fatty Liver Disease

According to a recent study by Penn State researchers, Green tea extract combined with exercise, reduces fatty liver disease in mice. Read more ...

Tiny Particles may Start Nonfatal Heart Attacks

Tiny Particles may Start Nonfatal Heart Attacks

A recent Yale study confirms something that has long been suspected -air pollution's small particles can play a role in severe heart disease. Read more ...

An Ode to Cold Showers

An Ode to Cold Showers

Luci Gutiérrez Here's what used to happen. I'd wake up, smoldering and sighing, reel out of bed and into the kitchen, and put the kettle on. Then I'd think: Well, now what?... Read more ...