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U.S. measles cases approaching levels not seen in 25 years - KSBY San Luis Obispo News

U.S. measles cases approaching levels not seen in 25 years  KSBY San Luis Obispo NewsMeasles cases 'likely' to break yearly record in just 4 months  ABC NewsU.S. measles cases surge as officials scramble to stop near-record outbreak  Washington PostNew York Outbreaks Drive US Measles Count up to 626  U.S. News & World ReportMeasles outbreak prompts State Senate Dems to target anti-vaxxers with ad campaign  New York Daily NewsView full coverage on Google News

FDA approves Teva opioid antidote nasal spray - Globes

FDA approves Teva opioid antidote nasal spray  GlobesFDA approves the first generic for life-saving opioid overdose treatment naloxone that can be carried by untrained individuals  Endpoints NewsFDA approves first generic naloxone nasal spray to treat opioid overdose  FOX 47 NewsFDA approves first generic form of life-saving Narcan to fight ODs  SILive.comFDA gives approval to generic version of opiod overdose antidote Narcan  New York Daily NewsView full coverage on Google News

Vaping teens exposed to as much nicotine as tobacco smokers but don't know it - NBCNews.com

Vaping teens exposed to as much nicotine as tobacco smokers but don't know it  NBCNews.comSurvey finds teens unaware they are vaping nicotine  UPI NewsView full coverage on Google News

What is the Paleo diet? Foods to eat and avoid, rules to follow - NBCNews.com

What is the Paleo diet? Foods to eat and avoid, rules to follow  NBCNews.comThe quest for health and weight loss has led many people to a diet that some believe our ancestors followed, but not everyone is a fan.

When Is Snoring A Sign Of A Serious Health Issue? : Shots - Health News - NPR

When Is Snoring A Sign Of A Serious Health Issue? : Shots - Health News  NPRHow to identify the sounds of a troublesome snore  Minnesota Public Radio NewsBeyond Annoying: How To Identify The Sounds Of A Troublesome Snore  WBURView full coverage on Google News

FDA approves first medical device to treat ADHD in children - WAVY-TV

FDA approves first medical device to treat ADHD in children  WAVY-TVA small adhesive patch is placed on the child's forehead and delivers a low-level electrical pulse to the parts of the brain responsible for ADHD symptom.View full coverage on Google News

As 71 additional measles cases confirmed, FDA reminds public vaccine is safe - USA TODAY

As 71 additional measles cases confirmed, FDA reminds public vaccine is safe  USA TODAYA total of 626 measles cases in 22 states have been confirmed since Jan. 1, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.View full coverage on Google News

What Are PFAS, And Are They Toxic To Humans And The Environment? : Shots - Health News - NPR

What Are PFAS, And Are They Toxic To Humans And The Environment? : Shots - Health News  NPRScientists dig into hard questions about the fluorinated pollutants known as PFAS  Minnesota Public Radio NewsView full coverage on Google News

IU mumps outbreak now at 20 cases in dorms and fraternity - WTHR

IU mumps outbreak now at 20 cases in dorms and fraternity  WTHRIndiana University officials provide update on mumps outbreak  FOX 59 IndianapolisCelebrating 2019 Graduates at Indiana University  Indiana UniversityIndiana University: Things To Do at IU: 4/22/19  Indiana UniversityView full coverage on Google News

Blankets, bed-sharing common in accidental baby suffocations - Fox News

Blankets, bed-sharing common in accidental baby suffocations  Fox NewsAccidental suffocation is a leading cause of injury deaths in U.S. infants and common scenarios involve blankets, bed-sharing with parents and other unsafe ...View full coverage on Google News

If my measles shot was years ago, am I still protected? 5 questions answered - KSDK.com

If my measles shot was years ago, am I still protected? 5 questions answered  KSDK.comGiven all the attention around measles, here's what people who believe they have been vaccinated should know.View full coverage on Google News

Drinking water linked to fewer sugary drinks -- and calories -- in kids - CNN

Drinking water linked to fewer sugary drinks -- and calories -- in kids  CNNChildren who drink water are less likely to consume sugary beverages, according to a new study. Sugary drinks like soda, sports drinks and juice have been ...

The Military Wants Better Tests for PTSD. Speech Analysis Could Be the Answer. - The New York Times

The Military Wants Better Tests for PTSD. Speech Analysis Could Be the Answer.  The New York TimesUsing computerized voice analysis, a new study found 18 features of speech that identify markers of PTSD in veterans.View full coverage on Google News

Skipping breakfast tied to higher risk of heart-related death, study finds - CNN

Skipping breakfast tied to higher risk of heart-related death, study finds  CNNStudy: Skipping breakfast, eating late dinner tied to worse post-heart attack recovery  The TakeoutSkipping Breakfast May Increase Stroke and Heart Risks  The New York TimesSkipping breakfast on a long term basis could raise risk of heart disease by up to 87%, study finds  Daily MailSkipping breakfast could be linked to death by heart disease: study  CTV NewsView full coverage on Google News

Most infant suffocations caused by unsafe sleep practices, CDC study finds - TODAY

Most infant suffocations caused by unsafe sleep practices, CDC study finds  TODAYStudy: Soft bedding top cause of infant suffocation during sleep  AAP NewsView full coverage on Google News

'Miracle drug' metformin could be key to maintaining weight loss - INSIDER

'Miracle drug' metformin could be key to maintaining weight loss  INSIDERA new study found that diabetes drug metformin could help people who lost significant weight to keep it off for the longterm.

Measles outbreak tests health workers already stretched thin by Paradise fire - Los Angeles Times

Measles outbreak tests health workers already stretched thin by Paradise fire  Los Angeles TimesNorthern California health workers are scrambling to control a growing measles outbreak centered on a region that is still reeling from the most destructive ...

This cholesterol-lowering drug works for only half of patients, study - WSB Radio

This cholesterol-lowering drug works for only half of patients, study  WSB RadioResearchers from the University of Nottingham in England recently conducted a study, published in the Heart journal, to determine the effectiveness of statins, ...

Redesigned CAR-T eliminates dangerous cytokine release syndrome in lymphoma trial - FierceBiotech

Redesigned CAR-T eliminates dangerous cytokine release syndrome in lymphoma trial  FierceBiotechWith tweaks, CAR-T cancer therapy could be made safer, study suggests  STATAdvance in CAR T-cell therapy eliminates severe side effects  Medical XpressView full coverage on Google News

Syphilis cases are rising in rural US because of 'conservative attitudes to sex' - Daily Mail

Syphilis cases are rising in rural US because of 'conservative attitudes to sex'  Daily MailAs syphilis invades rural Missouri, a fraying health safety net is failing to stop it  STLtoday.comSuburban Syphilis: Rural US Racked by Rising STD Rates  Sputnik InternationalExperts reveal why syphilis is on the rise again  New York Post What Is Syphilis, and Why Are Rates Rising?  U.S. News & World ReportView full coverage on Google News

Two Oklahoma hospitals fought off deadly fungal ?superbug? - Tulsa World

Two Oklahoma hospitals fought off deadly fungal ?superbug?  Tulsa WorldGovernments 'SILENT' on global spread of INCURABLE SUPERBUG that kills 60% of infected  Express.co.ukIt?s time for NY health officials to come clean about this killer bug  New York Post View full coverage on Google News

Recall for blood pressure medicine linked to cancer-causing risks expands once again - MLive.com

Recall for blood pressure medicine linked to cancer-causing risks expands once again  MLive.comThe company linked to the blood pressure and heart failure medicine found to contain traces of a substance that increases the chances of developing cancer is ...View full coverage on Google News

Officials warn of tick season as warm weather hits Dane County - Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3

Officials warn of tick season as warm weather hits Dane County  Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3How to be protected as warmer weather brings ticks  CTV NewsHere's what you need to know as tick season arrives  CBC.caWhat Public Health Wales is doing to prevent Lyme disease cases rising  Daily PostPennsylvania lab offers free tick testing  WKBN.comView full coverage on Google News

University of Minnesota doctor makes connections to AFM cases - KMSP-TV

University of Minnesota doctor makes connections to AFM cases  KMSP-TVVirus Linked To Cause Of Paralyzing Polio-Like Illness In Children, Researchers Say  WBAL RadioU of M researcher identifies virus linked to polio-like illness AFM  WTOLResearchers: Virus likely caused 2018 cases of acute flaccid myelitis  WPXI PittsburghView full coverage on Google News

Michigan is spending $4.7 million to fight 'zombie' deer disease - Detroit Free Press

Michigan is spending $4.7 million to fight 'zombie' deer disease  Detroit Free PressTed Nugent vows to 'keep fighting' against deer baiting ban  Fox NewsView full coverage on Google News

St. Paul now majority renter - MinnPost

St. Paul now majority renter  MinnPostRenters a majority in St. Paul. The Pioneer Press' Frederick Melo writes: ?At St. Paul City Hall these days, the political conversation is increasingly focused on ...

Emergency Rooms Get a Makeover for the Elderly - Wall Street Journal

Emergency Rooms Get a Makeover for the Elderly  Wall Street JournalMarcus Overton isn't a stranger to emergency rooms?and he doesn't like them. ?They're chaotic and loud,? says the 75-year-old San Diego resident, who ...

New insight into how obesity, insulin resistance can impair cognition - Science Daily

New insight into how obesity, insulin resistance can impair cognition  Science DailyObesity can break down our protective blood brain barrier resulting in problems with learning and memory, scientists report.View full coverage on Google News

Gardeners keen to protect their lawn from caterpillars should use more than one type of grass - Daily Mail

Gardeners keen to protect their lawn from caterpillars should use more than one type of grass  Daily MailExperts at the University of Florida and the US Department of Agriculture wanted to find out which, if any, offered natural resistance to the fall armyworm, ...

'Doctors Became Overworked Robots': Physician Burnout Jumps Dramatically In 3-Year Study - Study Finds

'Doctors Became Overworked Robots': Physician Burnout Jumps Dramatically In 3-Year Study  Study FindsPhysicians may be more stressed than ever -- one recent survey found that half were thinking about hanging up their stethoscopes for good. New research ...

CDC: Study shows South Carolina ranked third highest in the country for STD's - FOX Carolina

CDC: Study shows South Carolina ranked third highest in the country for STD's  FOX CarolinaCDC report: STD rates on rise in South Carolina  ABC NEWS 4View full coverage on Google News

This Brilliant Psychological Intervention Makes Teens Rebel Against Junk Food - ScienceAlert

This Brilliant Psychological Intervention Makes Teens Rebel Against Junk Food  ScienceAlertHow do we prevent young people from eating too much junk food and exposing themselves to the associated health risks? A simple but effective psychological ...View full coverage on Google News

E. coli case confirmed in Boyd County - WSAZ-TV

E. coli case confirmed in Boyd County  WSAZ-TVThe Ashland-Boyd County Health Department confirms there is one case in the county linked to a multi-state outbreak.

Louisiana a top-four state with high opioid rates and children raised by grandparents - Greater Baton Rouge Business Report

Louisiana a top-four state with high opioid rates and children raised by grandparents  Greater Baton Rouge Business ReportNew Census Bureau research shows that more grandparents are stepping up to care for children whose parents have substance abuse disorders in the wake of ...

If You're Heading to LAX Next Week, You'll Want to Know About These Road Closures - NBC Southern California

If You're Heading to LAX Next Week, You'll Want to Know About These Road Closures  NBC Southern CaliforniaDelta Breaks Ground on New Terminal at LAX  TravelPulseCool Kid Vian De La Torre gives helping hand at LAX  KABC-TVMeasles warning: LAX travelers warned of 3rd possible measles exposure  KABC-TVView full coverage on Google News

Dental care is tough to find for people with autism, other developmental disorders - Washington Post

Dental care is tough to find for people with autism, other developmental disorders  Washington PostWhen Ava Terranove began feeling oral pain last July, her parents took her to her regular dentist. The dentist determined that Ava, who has an autism-like ...

New DNR grants target deer disease ? before disease targets us - The Detroit News

New DNR grants target deer disease ? before disease targets us  The Detroit NewsFeds wipe out infected captive deer herd near Merrifield, Minn.  Star TribuneView full coverage on Google News

What Is a Beer Belly, Anyway? - Lifehacker

What Is a Beer Belly, Anyway?  LifehackerHaving a large belly is associated with a greater risk of heart disease and death, but to understand the beer belly (which you can't actually blame on beer), you ...View full coverage on Google News

Does the Keto Diet Cause Hair Loss? We Asked an Expert - Health.com

Does the Keto Diet Cause Hair Loss? We Asked an Expert  Health.comThe Keto Diet: What Is It? What Does It Do? And Does It Work?  MarieClaire.com5 Best Keto Recipes | Easy Keto Recipes  NDTVView full coverage on Google News

Medical mystery: 'Once one symptom went away, another would appear' - OregonLive

Medical mystery: 'Once one symptom went away, another would appear'  OregonLiveKimberly Ho, a newly minted nurse at Children's National Medical Center just off a 12-hour overnight shift, struggled to focus on a presentation about working ...

Medicinal Herbs from Indian Ocean Island Found to Stop Growth of Cancer Cells - Newsweek

Medicinal Herbs from Indian Ocean Island Found to Stop Growth of Cancer Cells  NewsweekMedicinal herbs only found on an island in Mauritius could one day form the basis of a treatment for one of the most deadly forms of cancer, scientists believe.

Disembodied pig brains revived: Your questions answered - Nature.com

Disembodied pig brains revived: Your questions answered  Nature.comCalm down, everyone. Keeping dead pig cells alive is not 'brain resuscitation?  Los Angeles TimesView full coverage on Google News

Study finds that many people diagnosed with MS do not have the condition - Medical News Today

Study finds that many people diagnosed with MS do not have the condition  Medical News TodayA new study suggests that almost 20 percent of people who receive a diagnosis for multiple sclerosis do not have the chronic disease.

Researchers use gene-editing technology to treat fatal lung disease before birth - Business Recorder

Researchers use gene-editing technology to treat fatal lung disease before birth  Business RecorderGene-editing technology has been known to treat many diseases effectively, but this time scientists have taken it a step ahead by treating a lethal disease even.

Caffeine can boost athletic performance, megastudy finds - The Takeout

Caffeine can boost athletic performance, megastudy finds  The TakeoutI can't imagine going for a morning run without drinking a mug of coffee first. That doesn't have to do with athletic performance; I just can't imagine doing ...

Mother's Moment of Joy Turns Into Horror - Newser

Mother's Moment of Joy Turns Into Horror  NewserTexas: Infant born without skin struggling for life  NewsBytesA baby was born with nearly no skin. Doctors are fighting to keep him alive.  The Mercury NewsUS doctors fight to save baby boy born with nearly no skin  South China Morning PostUS doctors working to save baby born with nearly no skin  The Straits TimesView full coverage on Google News

Surgeons Found Fully Formed Teeth Deep Inside A Baby's Brain - IFLScience

Surgeons Found Fully Formed Teeth Deep Inside A Baby's Brain  IFLScienceNeurosurgeons operating on a 4-month-old infant found an unbelievably rare medical condition: a brain tumor with fully-formed teeth.

The Search for a Biomarker for Early Autism Diagnosis - The New York Times

The Search for a Biomarker for Early Autism Diagnosis  The New York TimesConnecting the dots for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder - Tech News  The Star Online'When my son started school, he turned into a monster. But then I learnt the truth.'  MamamiaView full coverage on Google News

Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms: Three signs in a person?s face that can signal condition - Express

Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms: Three signs in a person?s face that can signal condition  ExpressVitamin B12 deficiency can affect a person's red blood cell production. If the body lacks vitamin B12 it will struggle to make enough, and the red blood cells can ...

Can raspberries help lower blood sugar levels and maintain weight in people with type 2 diabetes? - Times Now

Can raspberries help lower blood sugar levels and maintain weight in people with type 2 diabetes?  Times NowDiabetes Diet: New Research Indicates That This Berry May Be A Diabetes Superfood  NDTV FoodView full coverage on Google News

Dog wardens to check for current dog licenses, rabies vaccinations across Pennsylvania - WPXI Pittsburgh

Dog wardens to check for current dog licenses, rabies vaccinations across Pennsylvania  WPXI PittsburghWardens canvassing in 23 counties for dog licenses, vaccinations through June  Tribune-ReviewDog wardens to check Allegheny, Westmoreland counties for current dog licenses, rabies vaccinations  WTAE PittsburghDog Wardens to Check for Current Dog Licenses, Rabies Vaccinations  erienewsnow.comView full coverage on Google News

Male birth control pill passes human safety test. - GOOD

Male birth control pill passes human safety test.  GOODMore than 50-years-ago, the female birth control pill was heralded as a revolutionary step forward in women's empowerment. And the ensuing evidence goes a ...

Shasta County reports third case of measles; warning to theater-goers - Redding Record Searchlight

Shasta County reports third case of measles; warning to theater-goers  Redding Record SearchlightSecond case of measles confirmed in Shasta County  Action News NowView full coverage on Google News

The profoundly deaf girl who found her voice after brain surgery - BBC News

The profoundly deaf girl who found her voice after brain surgery  BBC NewsSeven-year-old Leia Armitage lived in total silence for the first two years of her life, but thanks to pioneering brain surgery and years of therapy she has found her ...View full coverage on Google News

Morning Workouts Get The Most Rejuvenating Results, Finds New Study - Interesting Engineering

Morning Workouts Get The Most Rejuvenating Results, Finds New Study  Interesting EngineeringWorking out in the morning has been associated with better metabolic results.

Replacing red meat with plant protein reduces heart disease risk - Medical News Today

Replacing red meat with plant protein reduces heart disease risk  Medical News TodayA study of data from 36 trials suggests that eating plant-based proteins, such as nuts, instead of red meat may help reduce cardiovascular disease risk.

'Superbugs' hang out on hospital patients - UPI News

'Superbugs' hang out on hospital patients  UPI NewsA Simple, Soapy Solution To Prevent Superbug Infections  Star2.comView full coverage on Google News

Life out of tragedy: Organs donated by overdose victims are saving lives - USA TODAY

Life out of tragedy: Organs donated by overdose victims are saving lives  USA TODAYCarrie Parsley begged the first emergency room worker she saw for answers about her youngest daughter: ?Is she OK? Is she still alive?? ...

Baby boy in California dies from whooping cough and officials urge pregnant women to get vaccinated - Daily Mail

Baby boy in California dies from whooping cough and officials urge pregnant women to get vaccinated  Daily MailA baby in Orange County, California, has died of whooping cough - the first such death in the county in more than a decade. No details were released about the ...

Confirmed dengue case in Guam - Saipan News, Headlines, Events, Ads - Saipan Tribune

Confirmed dengue case in Guam - Saipan News, Headlines, Events, Ads  Saipan TribuneThe Department of Public Health and Social Services has been notified of one confirmed case of imported dengue fever in Guam. Dengue fever is a disease ...

Jewish nurses debunk anti-vaxxer misinformation as measles spreads in NYC ultra-Orthodox community - CNBC

Jewish nurses debunk anti-vaxxer misinformation as measles spreads in NYC ultra-Orthodox community  CNBCA group Jewish nurses is disputing a handbook that health officials say is fueling a measles outbreak in the ultra-Orthodox community.

Pollen count warning: Hay fever sufferers at risk - where is the forecast highest? - Express

Pollen count warning: Hay fever sufferers at risk - where is the forecast highest?  ExpressAllergy season likely to be a bad one in Routt County  Steamboat Pilot & TodayUK weather forecast ? Hay fever warning as Easter heatwave is set to trigger a ?super-strength pollen bom  The SunAsthma sufferers warned of 'deadly pollen bomb'  NW Evening MailScientists say there are some types of grass that irritate sufferers even without huge quantities  Daily MailView full coverage on Google News

An Astonishing NYU Study Says This Is How Much Sleep You Need To Be Successful - Inc.

An Astonishing NYU Study Says This Is How Much Sleep You Need To Be Successful  Inc.This myth-bending study may make you reasses some of your waking beliefs.View full coverage on Google News

Heartbroken Wife Says Goodbye to Her Dying Husband With Beautiful Rendition of ?Amazing Grace? - The Epoch Times

Heartbroken Wife Says Goodbye to Her Dying Husband With Beautiful Rendition of ?Amazing Grace?  The Epoch TimesSometimes, the magic of a song can provide comfort in life's darkest moments. It was a song that gave comfort to Danielle Gibson and her family at the bedside ...

How hotels hosting thousands are handling the measles outbreak - Arutz Sheva

How hotels hosting thousands are handling the measles outbreak  Arutz ShevaHotels hosting thousands of Passover travelers are asking guests to vaccinate - but not checking vaccination records.

Which Fruit Is the Best for Your Health? Here's What 3 Nutritionists Said - Inverse

Which Fruit Is the Best for Your Health? Here's What 3 Nutritionists Said  InverseMost of us know eating fruit daily is a great way to try to stay healthy, with the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating encouraging us to eat two servings a day. This is ...

How unsafe cooking habits can lead to Hepatitis A - 13WMAZ.com

How unsafe cooking habits can lead to Hepatitis A  13WMAZ.comHepatitis A: How to prepare your food safely  13WMAZView full coverage on Google News

BP drug shows promise for treating Parkinson's - IOL

BP drug shows promise for treating Parkinson's  IOLDrugs prescribed to BP patients could treat Parkinson's, Huntington's and forms of dementia: Study  Times NowBP drug shows promise for treating Parkinson's  CNBCTV18View full coverage on Google News

More Utahns are obese, though the state is still one of the most healthy in the U.S. - Deseret News

More Utahns are obese, though the state is still one of the most healthy in the U.S.  Deseret NewsSALT LAKE CITY ? A growing number of Utahns are reaching a higher risk level of unhealthy weight, going from overweight to obese. A new report from the ...

The courageous picture that proves not all disabilities are visible - Daily Mail

The courageous picture that proves not all disabilities are visible  Daily MailHannah Witton, 28, from London, has put her stoma bag on show as part of a major new campaign challenging the way the public perceive sufferers of ...