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Poison control calls for kratom increased from one a month to two a day, study says - CNN

Poison control calls for kratom increased from one a month to two a day, study says  CNNKratom 'Poisonings' Have Increased 50-Fold in Recent Years  Live ScienceKratom poisoning surged 52-fold in six years as more turn to the herbal opioid alternative  Daily MailView full coverage on Google News

Some anti-vaccination parents cite religious exemptions. Measles outbreaks could change that. - Washington Post

Some anti-vaccination parents cite religious exemptions. Measles outbreaks could change that.  Washington PostMeasles outbreak prompt state lawmakers to reconsider religion exemptions for vaccines  INFORUMIdaho Could be the Next Measles Outbreak  The Daily BeastMeasles vaccine opponents take fight to the state capital in wake of new bill  KOMO NewsHundreds sign up to speak at hearing on vaccine exemptions  Q13 News SeattleView full coverage on Google News

FDA chief: Government may act if states don't change vaccine laws - WLOS

FDA chief: Government may act if states don't change vaccine laws  WLOSU.S. May Enforce Stricter Vaccine Laws If States Don't, FDA Head Says  HuffPostFDA chief: Federal government might step in if states don?t change lax vaccine laws  WJW FOX 8 News ClevelandFDA chief: Federal government might step in if states don't change lax vaccine laws  CNNFDA chief says feds might intervene if states continue allowing vaccine exemptions | TheHill  The HillView full coverage on Google News

State?s first child flu death of the season reported in Oklahoma County - KOCO Oklahoma City

State?s first child flu death of the season reported in Oklahoma County  KOCO Oklahoma City14-year-old first child to die from flu this season in SD  10NewsThird MA Child To Die From Flu Was Lowell Girl  Chelmsford, MA Patch3rd child flu death reported in Massachusetts  Boston.comSecond child flu death this season reported in Colorado  KOAA 5View full coverage on Google News

Mumps Confirmed on U of A Campus, Dept. of Health Warns - KNWA

Mumps Confirmed on U of A Campus, Dept. of Health Warns  KNWAMumps identified on the University of Arkansas campus in Fayetteville  4029tvMumps Cases Confirmed On The UA Fayetteville Campus  KFSM 5NewsonlineMumps identified on University of Arkansas Fayetteville campus  KATVView full coverage on Google News

Zombie Deer Disease: Why Experts Say Chronic Wasting Can Spread to Humans - Inverse

Zombie Deer Disease: Why Experts Say Chronic Wasting Can Spread to Humans  Inverse"Zombie" deer disease is present in 24 states across the country, and experts at the University of Minnesota warn that the disease could infect people.View full coverage on Google News

Mason fourth-grader dies after flu, strep diagnosis - Cincinnati.com

Mason fourth-grader dies after flu, strep diagnosis  Cincinnati.comOhio 4th-grader dies one day after flu diagnosis  WTHREducation Mason fourth-grader dies of flu-related cardiac arrest WCPO staff 11:07 PM, Feb  WCPOMason fourth-grader dies day after flu diagnosis, school district says  WLWT CincinnatiMason 4th grader dies after flu, strep throat diagnosis  WXIXView full coverage on Google News

?Zombie deer disease? is spreading in the US. What is it? - Vox.com

?Zombie deer disease? is spreading in the US. What is it?  Vox.comTennessee officials concerned after 183 deer test positive for ?zombie? disease  WREG NewsChannel 3How Much Should You Worry About 'Zombie' Deer?  LifehackerCDC warns of "Zombie deer disease." La Salle and Livingston two areas highlighted in CDC's map  CIproud.comIn 2005, about 200 people ate ?zombie? deer meat. Here?s what happened  USA TODAYView full coverage on Google News

Cervical Cancer Could Be Eliminated In 149 Countries By 2100 - IFLScience

Cervical Cancer Could Be Eliminated In 149 Countries By 2100¬†¬†IFLScienceCervical cancer could be eliminated in most countries by 2100, study finds¬†¬†CBS NewsMexican scientist Eva Ramůn Gallegos cures HPV with light therapy¬†¬†SYFY WIRERates for two types of cancer-linked HPV strains have plummeted since the HPV vaccine was rolled out¬†¬†Daily MailCervical cancer elimination plan: Know these 5 scary facts about cervical cancer in India¬†¬†Times NowView full coverage on Google News

Vaccine Discussions May Be Most Helpful During Early Pregnancy : Shots - Health News - NPR

Vaccine Discussions May Be Most Helpful During Early Pregnancy : Shots - Health News  NPRHow One South Carolina Woman Is Working To Educate Parents On Vaccinations  WFAEView full coverage on Google News

No new cases identified in Pacific NW measles outbreak - KOMO News

No new cases identified in Pacific NW measles outbreak  KOMO NewsInside the US community battling a measles outbreak and a wave of anti-vax propaganda  The IndependentClark Co. measles outbreak reaches 62; new possible exposure site at Battle Ground Fred Meyer  KPTV.comRussian trolls blamed for West?s measles epidemic that?s killed 72 people by pumping out anti-vax propaganda o  The SunState lawmakers advance bill to ban personal vaccine exemptions  Q13 News SeattleView full coverage on Google News

Third child in Massachusetts dies from flu this season - Boston.com

Third child in Massachusetts dies from flu this season  Boston.comExciting Study Shows Some Immune Cells Can Fight Every Known Flu Virus  ScienceAlertThe truth about flu vaccines | Health  Jamaica GleanerThird Bay State child dies from flu  Boston HeraldLocal doctors call flu death a ?wake up call?  WAOWView full coverage on Google News

Colorado hunters warned about zombie deer as chronic wasting disease spreads - The Denver Post

Colorado hunters warned about zombie deer as chronic wasting disease spreads  The Denver PostColorado hunters advised to look out for chronic wasting disease  FOX 31 DenverView full coverage on Google News

US doctors overprescribed deadly drug fentanyl to patients - ABS-CBN News

US doctors overprescribed deadly drug fentanyl to patients  ABS-CBN NewsDoctors have been overprescribing fentanyl for years and the FDA hasn't been able to stop it  Popular ScienceReport: Doctors over-prescribed potent fentanyl painkillers to patients  USA TODAY'Not Good Enough': FDA Let Inappropriate Fentanyl Scripts Go On  MedPage TodayThe FDA failed to monitor the prescription of a highly potent opioid for years  The Week MagazineView full coverage on Google News

Health officials confirm third pediatric flu death of season - WCVB Boston

Health officials confirm third pediatric flu death of season¬†¬†WCVB BostonNJ Department of Health Reports Second Pediatric Flu Death¬†¬†rlsmedia.comĽ NJ Department of Health Reports Second Pediatric Flu Death Ľ The heartbeat of the lakewood community¬†¬†thelakewoodscoop.comView full coverage on Google News

Pinterest said it?s so hard to remove anti-vax disinformation that it had to find a plan B - 9to5Mac

Pinterest said it?s so hard to remove anti-vax disinformation that it had to find a plan B  9to5MacPinterest has a perfect response to harmful misinformation  The VergePinterest Quietly Blocks All Vaccine-Related Searches, Which Is One Solution, I Guess  GizmodoPinterest blocks some searches to curb anti-vaccination myths  EngadgetPinterest blocks all vaccine-related searches in effort to combat anti-vax content | TheHill  The HillView full coverage on Google News

Heart attacks are on the rise among young women, study shows - KSL.com

Heart attacks are on the rise among young women, study shows  KSL.comWhy are young women having more heart attacks?  TreehuggerYoung Women Are Having More Heart Attacks ? And It May Be Because Of How They're Treated By Doctors  Scary MommyIN OTHER NEWS: Heart attacks on the rise in young women  KHOU 11Why more women die of heart attacks: Their symptoms are different  Daily MailView full coverage on Google News

How Many Push-Ups Can You Do? Your Answer Could Predict Your Risk of an Early Death - STACK News

How Many Push-Ups Can You Do? Your Answer Could Predict Your Risk of an Early Death  STACK NewsWhat doing more than 40 push-ups in 1 minute might do for your heart health  The Boston GlobeMen who can do at least 40 push-ups are less at risk of heart disease, study says  KRON4How Many Push-Ups Can You Do? It May Be a Good Predictor of Heart Health  The New York TimesHow to Boost Your Push-up Capacity and Why You Should  RealClearLifeView full coverage on Google News

5 questions: Are we prepared for the next flu pandemic? - Philly.com

5 questions: Are we prepared for the next flu pandemic?  Philly.com?Extraordinary breakthrough?: Scientists make ?Holy Grail? universal flu vaccine discovery  RTImmune cell discovery takes us one step closer to a universal flu vaccine  Digital TrendsA lack of antibody diversity may make the elderly more susceptible to the flu  Science DailySoon, scientists will have a universal flu vaccine: Details here  NewsBytesView full coverage on Google News

Mom shares haunting drug overdose photo to warn about US epidemic: 'Stop walking around blindly' - Fox News

Mom shares haunting drug overdose photo to warn about US epidemic: 'Stop walking around blindly'  Fox NewsMother releases photo of her holding son who died of drug overdose  Daily MailMum releases picture of moment she identifies son killed by overdose  Metro.co.ukView full coverage on Google News

Salt could be a key factor in allergic immune reactions - Medical Xpress

Salt could be a key factor in allergic immune reactions  Medical XpressSalt apparently affects allergic immune reactions. A team working with Prof. Christina Zielinski at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has demonstrated in ...

Measles outbreak grows to 63 patients in Clark County, 3 more exposure sites - KATU

Measles outbreak grows to 63 patients in Clark County, 3 more exposure sites  KATUVANCOUVER, Wash. ? Health officials have identified another case of the measles in Clark County, bringing the outbreak total to 63 confirmed cases since the ...View full coverage on Google News

KY woman accused of collecting donations for years while faking cancer - WXIX

KY woman accused of collecting donations for years while faking cancer  WXIXA northern Kentucky woman is facing criminal charges after being accused of collecting thousands of dollars in donations while pretending to have cancer.

Doctors have been prescribing fentanyl to the wrong patients for years, new study finds - Fox News

Doctors have been prescribing fentanyl to the wrong patients for years, new study finds  Fox NewsStudy: Fentanyl Prescribed Inappropriately to Thousands  U.S. News & World ReportDoctors overprescribed fentanyl as FDA looked the other way, study charges  ConsumerAffairsView full coverage on Google News

Albany man's obituary: 'If you're a smoker - quit now' - WHEC

Albany man's obituary: 'If you're a smoker - quit now'  WHECAn upstate New York man who recently died of lung cancer has a simple message in his obituary: "If you're a smoker - quit now..."View full coverage on Google News

Local health officials closely monitoring for potential measles outbreak - KEYE TV CBS Austin

Local health officials closely monitoring for potential measles outbreak  KEYE TV CBS AustinAnother measles case confirmed in Harris County  KHOU.com4th measles case reported in Harris County bringing regional total to 6, officials say  KPRC Click2HoustonMeasles outbreak in Texas, Lubbock health officials discuss threat  KCBDDouglas County Health officials investigating possible measles cases  KEZI TVView full coverage on Google News

Eating this type of nut could prevent heart attacks, strokes, study says - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Eating this type of nut could prevent heart attacks, strokes, study says  Atlanta Journal ConstitutionThese types of nuts could prevent heart attacks, strokes, study finds  WSB RadioView full coverage on Google News

Measles kills 130 in the Philippines, also now in 10 US States - Boing Boing

Measles kills 130 in the Philippines, also now in 10 US States  Boing BoingPhilippines says 136 people have died in measles outbreak  Fox NewsMassive Philippines measles outbreak has killed 136  New York Post Measles outbreak in Philippines passes 8,000 cases  UPI NewsDeath toll from measles climbs in Philippines  DW (English)View full coverage on Google News

Why people with type 2 diabetes should eat almonds, walnuts and pistachios every day - Hindustan Times

Why people with type 2 diabetes should eat almonds, walnuts and pistachios every day  Hindustan TimesEating nuts tied to lower heart disease risk for diabetics  Fox NewsWalnuts, Almonds Help Heart of People With Diabetes  NewsmaxDiabetics who eat nuts are less likely to develop heart disease  New York Post Hispanics are more likely to get diabetes. And that?s not good for their hearts  Miami HeraldView full coverage on Google News

Vaccination Bill proposed could change Nevada schools current policy - KRNV My News 4

Vaccination Bill proposed could change Nevada schools current policy  KRNV My News 4Mormon cricket populations continue to rise in Nevada  KRNV My News 4View full coverage on Google News

First Person: To stop Ebola, ask the rebels to help - IRINnews.org

First Person: To stop Ebola, ask the rebels to help  IRINnews.orgEbola outbreak ?under control? in part of eastern DR Congo  The PunchView full coverage on Google News

$375,000 price leads disabled mom to ration meds - CNN

$375,000 price leads disabled mom to ration meds  CNNThe cost of the medication that allows Bhanu Patel to move shot up to $375000 annually. Sen. Bernie Sanders recently sent a letter to Catalyst Pharmaceuticals ...

About 2000 young adults under 25 die of sudden cardiac arrest each year. And it's rising, study says - WCPO

About 2000 young adults under 25 die of sudden cardiac arrest each year. And it's rising, study says  WCPOCardiac arrest increasing among young adults, study says  ABC15 ArizonaVaping raises your risk for heart problems  ABC15 ArizonaView full coverage on Google News

State's latest flu victim is little girl from Lowell - Lowell Sun

State's latest flu victim is little girl from Lowell  Lowell SunLowell family mourning loss of 4-year-old who died from flu-related illness  Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7NewsFather Pleads For Answers After 4-Year-Old Dies From Flu  CBS Boston'I really don't believe it': Lowell child dies after being sent home from hospital  Boston 25 News'I Miss Her': Family Mourns 4-Year-Old Girl Who Died From Flu  NECNView full coverage on Google News

War on e-cigarettes: Hong Kong intends to jail vaping offenders. But will it make people quit? - CNN

War on e-cigarettes: Hong Kong intends to jail vaping offenders. But will it make people quit?  CNNThe Hong Kong government wants a blanket ban on e-cigarettes to protect young people, but will it harm the health of smokers hoping to quit?

The Simple Diet Change That Helped This Man Lose 125 Pounds - menshealth.com

The Simple Diet Change That Helped This Man Lose 125 Pounds  menshealth.comAt his heaviest, Dan Keiver weighed in at 325 pounds. After years of struggling to conceive a child with his wife, Keiver knew he'd had enough, and learned to ...

Boy Gets Surgery After Lip Wouldn't Stop Swelling - Inside Edition

Boy Gets Surgery After Lip Wouldn't Stop Swelling  Inside Edition

How Gut Bacteria May Be Linked to Lupus - Healthline

How Gut Bacteria May Be Linked to Lupus  HealthlineStrong link emerges between gut bacteria and this chronic disease  PhillyVoice.comLupus strongly linked to imbalances in gut microbiome  ETHealthworld.comView full coverage on Google News

Virginia dentists suspended for alleged drug activity in exchange for dental work - WTVR CBS 6 News

Virginia dentists suspended for alleged drug activity in exchange for dental work  WTVR CBS 6 NewsTwo Virginia Beach dentists have been forced to close up shop after the VA Board of Dentistry suspended their license to legally do dental work.

People In Okinawa Live Longer Than Almost Anyone On Earth. Here's What They Eat. - HuffPost

People In Okinawa Live Longer Than Almost Anyone On Earth. Here's What They Eat.  HuffPostThis Japanese region has the highest proportion of people over 100 years old and they're ridiculously healthy.

Understanding who?s at risk for sudden cardiac death - Philly.com

Understanding who?s at risk for sudden cardiac death  Philly.comUnlike heart attacks, which occur when blood flow is blocked in one or more of the coronary arteries, sudden cardiac arrest results from a catastrophic failure of ...

Anatomy of a heart attack, Part 5: Grow up and eat your vegetables - Times Colonist

Anatomy of a heart attack, Part 5: Grow up and eat your vegetables  Times ColonistHeart attack warning - the subtle and smelly sign you should never ignore  ExpressHeart attack symptoms can be different for women  7NEWS DenverView full coverage on Google News

Daycare staffer's rare, potentially deadly infection prompts request that parents keep non-vaccinated child... - Fox News

Daycare staffer's rare, potentially deadly infection prompts request that parents keep non-vaccinated child...  Fox NewsDaycare staffer hospitalized with 'very rapid-moving infection'  1011nowCounty clears daycare staffer diagnosed with 'very rapid-moving infection'  WOWTView full coverage on Google News

Very Contagious Stomach Bug Spreading in Hudson Valley - Hudson Valley Post

Very Contagious Stomach Bug Spreading in Hudson Valley  Hudson Valley PostA very contagious stomach bug is spreading at alarming rates in the Hudson Valley.

Exercise in morning or afternoon to shift your body clock forward - Medical Xpress

Exercise in morning or afternoon to shift your body clock forward  Medical XpressExercise can shift the human body clock, with the direction and amount of this effect depending on the time of day or night in which people exercise.View full coverage on Google News

'It's Not Every Day' This Response Rate Seen in TNBC - Medscape

'It's Not Every Day' This Response Rate Seen in TNBC  MedscapeExperimental 'missile' drug offers hope for triple negative breast cancer  Daily MailNew 'smart drug' shows promise for metastatic triple-negative breast cancer  Medical XpressCancer cure BREAKTHROUGH: Scientists develop 'magic bullet' sacituzumab | Daily Star  Daily Star?Magic bullet? drug effective against hard-to-treat breast cancer, says expert  Irish ExaminerView full coverage on Google News

New recommendations say not all women need genetic testing for cancer. Critics say it could cost lives - CNN

New recommendations say not all women need genetic testing for cancer. Critics say it could cost lives  CNNPrimary care providers should screen women for personal, family and/or ethnic history of breast, ovarian, tubal or peritoneal cancer to decide who should ...

Aggressive brain cancer: Why does immunotherapy fail? - Medical News Today

Aggressive brain cancer: Why does immunotherapy fail?  Medical News TodayNew research helps explain why some glioblastoma tumors respond to immunotherapy whereas the majority of these aggressive cancers do not.

This Japanese plant could hold the key to extended youth - Medical News Today

This Japanese plant could hold the key to extended youth  Medical News TodayFountain of Youth? Study Finds New Anti-ageing Compound in Japanese Plant  News18View full coverage on Google News

I Got A Double Mastectomy After A Genetic Test. Then I Learned The Results Were Wrong. - HuffPost

I Got A Double Mastectomy After A Genetic Test. Then I Learned The Results Were Wrong.  HuffPostMy inaccurate results meant I had been carrying around a devastatingly unnecessary burden for more than a decade.

Prescription opioids may play role in some fatal two-car crashes - NBCNews.com

Prescription opioids may play role in some fatal two-car crashes  NBCNews.comIn fatal two-car crashes, drivers deemed to have caused the wreck were almost twice as likely as those who were not at fault to test positive for opioids, a U.S. ...

A High-Fat Diet May Be Bad for Your Gut Bacteria - Live Science

A High-Fat Diet May Be Bad for Your Gut Bacteria  Live ScienceEating too much fat may be bad for your gut bacteria, a new study from China suggests. The study involved more than 200 young, healthy adults who were ...View full coverage on Google News

Zombie Deer Disease discovered in Utah - KUTV 2News

Zombie Deer Disease discovered in Utah  KUTV 2NewsThe Center for Disease Controlled (CDC) reports that the so-called Zombie Deer Disease has made its way to Utah. Some animals in Carbon, Dagget, Grand, ...

Man learns of heart condition thanks to trip to Children?s Museum of Alamance County with grandson - WGNO New Orleans

Man learns of heart condition thanks to trip to Children?s Museum of Alamance County with grandson  WGNO New OrleansMuseum's 'Listen To Your Heart' Exhibit Saves NC Man's Life  WFMY News 2View full coverage on Google News

Leprosy still lurks in United States, study says - CNN

Leprosy still lurks in United States, study says  CNNLeprosy is a disease most people think ended in the Middle Ages, but a new study shows that it's not a thing of the past.

Extreme fasting: how Silicon Valley is rebranding eating disorders - The Guardian

Extreme fasting: how Silicon Valley is rebranding eating disorders  The GuardianIntermittent fasting study criticized for putting weight loss over health  QuartzView full coverage on Google News

Young bone marrow rejuvenates aging mouse brains, study finds - EurekAlert

Young bone marrow rejuvenates aging mouse brains, study finds  EurekAlertA new study has found that transplanting the bone marrow of young laboratory mice into old mice prevented cognitive decline in the old mice, preserving their ...

Battery-free pacemakers powered by a patient's HEARTBEAT could spare the pain of replacement surgery - Daily Mail

Battery-free pacemakers powered by a patient's HEARTBEAT could spare the pain of replacement surgery  Daily MailScientists move closer to a pacemaker powered by heartbeats  ZME SciencePowering a pacemaker with a patient's heartbeat  Phys.orgView full coverage on Google News

Intermountain Healthcare cuts prescribed opioids by 30 percent - KSL.com

Intermountain Healthcare cuts prescribed opioids by 30 percent  KSL.comIntermountain Healthcare promised to prescribe fewer opioid tablets for acute pain in 2018. Here's how it did.  Salt Lake TribuneOpiate prescriptions in Utah down 30 percent  KSTU FOX 13 Salt Lake CityView full coverage on Google News

Late-Night Exercise and Sleep Quality: New Study Is Promising for Night Owls - Inverse

Late-Night Exercise and Sleep Quality: New Study Is Promising for Night Owls  InverseEvening exercise does NOT keep you awake and could even stop you over-eating  Daily MailEvening exercise will not ruin sleep and might even reduce appetite: study  Medical XpressExercise after work is ?better for weight loss than early morning workouts?, experts reveal  The SunView full coverage on Google News

These Genes Determine How Your Body Regulates & Distributes Fat - mindbodygreen.com

These Genes Determine How Your Body Regulates & Distributes Fat  mindbodygreen.comNew study shows that certain genetic variants influence body fat distribution and weight management.

'Inadvertent Reversal' of Late Mortality Data Flips Advantage From Paclitaxel Zilver PTX Stent in PAD to PTA - TCTMD

'Inadvertent Reversal' of Late Mortality Data Flips Advantage From Paclitaxel Zilver PTX Stent in PAD to PTA  TCTMDA serious error in data reporting in the Zilver PTX trial reverses the conclusion that there was a long-term mortality advantage for the paclitaxel-based stent ...

Psychiatrists await esketamine with anticipation ? and hesitation - STAT

Psychiatrists await esketamine with anticipation ? and hesitation  STATThe FDA is expected to decide soon whether to approve esketamine, which would become the first major depression treatment to hit the market in decades.View full coverage on Google News

Fountain of youth? Study finds new anti-aging compound in plant - Japan Today

Fountain of youth? Study finds new anti-aging compound in plant  Japan TodayIn Japan, the slightly bitter leaves of the Ashitaba plant have long been considered healthy, and a new study has found the traditional belief may have good ...View full coverage on Google News

Scientists identify unique subtype of eczema linked to food allergy - Medical Xpress

Scientists identify unique subtype of eczema linked to food allergy  Medical XpressAtopic dermatitis, a common inflammatory skin condition also known as allergic eczema, affects nearly 20 percent of children, 30 percent of whom also have ...View full coverage on Google News

This Is What You Need to Know About Diet and Exercise If You're Trying to Lose Weight - POPSUGAR

This Is What You Need to Know About Diet and Exercise If You're Trying to Lose Weight  POPSUGAR#HealthBytes: 5 ways to lose weight without dieting  NewsBytesView full coverage on Google News

Stanford University researchers say where you live can also help you live longer - New York Post

Stanford University researchers say where you live can also help you live longer  New York Post Access to local services can make a big difference to your long-term health.

Commonly-prescribed blood-pressure drug may combat PTSD - Daily Mail

Commonly-prescribed blood-pressure drug may combat PTSD  Daily MailStudy shows drug commonly prescribed to veterans could be making suicidal thoughts worse  WSETView full coverage on Google News

Asian women who immigrate to U.S. may have higher breast cancer risk, research finds - NBCNews.com

Asian women who immigrate to U.S. may have higher breast cancer risk, research finds  NBCNews.comThey study says the shift may be traced to increased access to breast cancer screenings, later childbirth, decreased breastfeeding and sedentary lifestyles.

Study Finds Potential Link Between Abnormal Levels of Gut Bacteria and Lupus - Lupus Foundation of America

Study Finds Potential Link Between Abnormal Levels of Gut Bacteria and Lupus  Lupus Foundation of AmericaLupus Linked to Gut Microbiome Imbalances  Technology NetworksGut Microbes May Help Drive Lupus  NewsmaxView full coverage on Google News