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Lodi man's death tied to West Nile virus, state confirms - NorthJersey.com

Google Health News - Thu, 09/20/2018 - 23:56

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Lodi man's death tied to West Nile virus, state confirms
NorthJersey.com
The state Department of Health has confirmed that a 62-year-old Lodi man was ill with West Nile when he died this month, the first fatality linked to the mosquito-borne virus in the state this year. The Lodi resident was among 25 cases of West Nile ...
4 More Connecticut Residents Contract West Nile VirusU.S. News & World Report
Officials confirm one person has died from West Nile in Harris CountyKHOU.com
New York State urges horse owners to vaccinate their horses against West NileOneida Dispatch
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Flea, tick pills can cause nerve reactions in pets, FDA warns - NBCNews.com

Google Health News - Thu, 09/20/2018 - 22:34

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Flea, tick pills can cause nerve reactions in pets, FDA warns
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Chewable products that protect dogs and cats against fleas can cause neurological problems such as stumbling or seizures, and pet owners need more warning, the Food and Drug Administration said Thursday. The FDA issued an alert to owners and ...
FDA: Common flea and tick medications linked to neurological problems in dogs and catsWFLA
FDA Alert: Potential Neurological Problems with Certain Flea and Tick MedsThe Bark (blog)
FDA issues warning for chewable flee and tick medicationWVVA TV
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This Ivy League food scientist was a media darling. He just submitted his resignation, the school says. - Washington Post

Google Health News - Thu, 09/20/2018 - 22:30

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This Ivy League food scientist was a media darling. He just submitted his resignation, the school says.
Washington Post
A Cornell professor whose buzzy and accessible food studies made him a media darling has submitted his resignation, the school said Thursday, a dramatic fall for a scholar whose work increasingly came under question in recent years. The university said ...
Big nutrition research scandal sees 6 more retractions, purging popular diet tipsArs Technica
Fall from grace: Questions about prominent researchers raise bigger questions about ethics in medicineFierceHealthcare
Brian Wansink, the Cornell Professor Known for His Fun Food Research, Retires Amid ScandalMother Jones
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Legionnaires' Disease Cases Jump in Sioux Falls - U.S. News & World Report

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Legionnaires' Disease Cases Jump in Sioux Falls
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South Dakota health officials are investigating a jump in the number of Legionnaires' disease cases in Sioux Falls. Sept. 20, 2018, at 4:12 p.m.. Legionnaires' Disease Cases Jump in Sioux Falls. Share. ×. Share on Facebook · Post on Twitter · Post to ...
LISTEN: Legionnaires' Disease way up in South DakotaKELO AM-FM

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Your Puppy Can Make You Very Sick: CDC - HealthDay

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Your Puppy Can Make You Very Sick: CDC
HealthDay
By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter. THURSDAY, Sept. 20, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Puppies can be cute and cuddly, but they also carry germs that might make you very sick, a new government report warns. An outbreak of antibiotic-resistant ...
Pet Store Puppies Are Linked to Drug-Resistant Infections In PeopleTIME
Puppies spread antibiotic-resistant bacteria in recent diarrhea outbreakThe Verge
Pet Store Puppies Blamed for Drug-Resistant InfectionsScientific American
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Number of Americans with Alzheimer's expected to soar in coming decades - CBS News

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Number of Americans with Alzheimer's expected to soar in coming decades
CBS News
The number of people living with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias will double by 2060, according to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Alzheimer's disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States ...
CDC: Alzheimer's Rate Expected to Double by 2060U.S. News & World Report
CDC: US Alzheimer's disease burden expected to increase 178% by 2060Healio
Alzheimer's and dementia are expected to grow, and could affect minority groups moreMarketWatch
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Cocaine, Meth, Opioids All Fuel Rise in Drug-Overdose Deaths - Wall Street Journal

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Cocaine, Meth, Opioids All Fuel Rise in Drug-Overdose Deaths
Wall Street Journal
It isn't just opioids behind a surge in deaths from drug overdoses in the U.S. Death rates from overdoses have been on an exponential-growth curve for nearly 40 years, involving methamphetamines, cocaine and other drugs in shifting patterns around the ...
Over four decades, an 'inexorable' epidemic of drug overdoses reveals its inner secretsLos Angeles Times
Opioid Overdose Crisis May Have Begun Decades AgoHealthDay
Opioid crisis started 40 years ago, report arguesNBCNews.com
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Stanford cooties study: We live in a cloud of germs - The Mercury News

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Stanford cooties study: We live in a cloud of germs
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You'll never walk alone. Enveloping you is a vast menagerie of microbes and other minutia — counted and catalogued for the first time by scientists at the Stanford School of Medicine. The tally is startling: In just one week, the average person is ...
We All Carry a Personal Cloud of Germs, ChemicalsHealthDay
We are bombarded by thousands of diverse species and chemicalsStanford Medical Center Report
Scientists Peer Inside the Disgusting Cloud of Living Things That Surrounds You DailyGizmodo
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Octopuses who take ecstasy behave just like pill-popping human ravers, scientists find - Metro

Google Health News - Thu, 09/20/2018 - 17:02

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Octopuses who take ecstasy behave just like pill-popping human ravers, scientists find
Metro
Scientists have discovered that feeding octopuses ecstasy makes them behave just like loved-up, touchy-feely human ravers. Researchers suggested MDMA, the active chemical in ecstasy, works on the underwater creatures the same way as it does on us.
Here's What Happens When You Give An Octopus MDMAThe Sitch (blog)
Ecstasy May Make Octopuses CuddlyNewser

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3 huge new studies of more than half a million people are casting major doubts on the keto diet - Business Insider

Google Health News - Thu, 09/20/2018 - 16:45

Business Insider
3 huge new studies of more than half a million people are casting major doubts on the keto diet
Business Insider
Low-carb diets like the ketogenic diet are popular strategies for rapid weight loss and appetite control. Keto diets require eaters to essentially forgo all carbohydrates and fuel up on fats and limited amounts of proteins instead. Because sugar is a ...
Yes, Keto Diarrhea Is a Thing: How the Popular Diet Can Disrupt DigestionHealthline
'Keto' diet effective, but raises health concernsJournal Inquirer
Three Huge Studies Say Keto Diet Not So Healthy After AllThe Inquisitr
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What if healthcare is not broken? And what if we're actually winning the opioid battle? - Healthcare IT News

Google Health News - Thu, 09/20/2018 - 16:22

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What if healthcare is not broken? And what if we're actually winning the opioid battle?
Healthcare IT News
Here comes a counterargument to two widely held opinions: that the U.S. healthcare system is broken, and that we are losing the battle against the opioid crisis. Instead, Dave Chase says, healthcare is already fixed because solutions exist to the ...

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Pregnancy is riskier than skydiving -- birth control should be harder to market - CNN

Google Health News - Thu, 09/20/2018 - 15:51

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Pregnancy is riskier than skydiving -- birth control should be harder to market
CNN
Caroline Criado Perez is a writer, broadcaster and award-winning feminist activist. The opinions in this article belong to the author. (CNN) When was the last time you did something risky? Went skydiving? Played the stock market? How about downloaded ...

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Some rob you with a gun, some rob you with a copayment - NOLA.com

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Some rob you with a gun, some rob you with a copayment
NOLA.com
Until last month, pharmacists in Louisiana were sometimes prohibited by contract from telling customers that they could get a better deal on a prescription drug by paying in cash rather than using insurance and a more costly copayment. The Legislature ...

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More than 132000 pounds of ground beef recalled due to possible E. coli contamination - fox4kc.com

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More than 132000 pounds of ground beef recalled due to possible E. coli contamination
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WASHINGTON — Cargill Meat Solutions recalled more than 132,000 pounds Wednesday of ground beef recalled due to possible E. coli contamination after one person died and 17 have reported feeling ill.
Meat supplier in Publix recall issues new warning over E. coliWPLG Local 10
Ground Beef Recall: One Death, 17 Sick from Possible E.Coli ContaminationNewsweek
Check your freezer: More than 132000 pounds of ground beef recalled after 17 people fall illIndianapolis Star
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Surgeon denies negligence in removing woman's healthy kidney - Fox News

Google Health News - Thu, 09/20/2018 - 15:22

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Surgeon denies negligence in removing woman's healthy kidney
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A South Dakota surgeon admitted to mistakenly removing an Iowa woman's healthy kidney but denied that he breached the standard of care, according to the surgeon's response to a lawsuit filed by the patient. Dr. Scott Baker and The Surgical Institute of ...

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Removing 'Zombie' Cells Deters Alzheimer's in Mice - Voice of America

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Voice of America
Removing 'Zombie' Cells Deters Alzheimer's in Mice
Voice of America
Eliminating dead-but-toxic cells occurring naturally in the brains of mice designed to mimic Alzheimer's slowed neuron damage and memory loss associated with the disease, according to a study published Wednesday that could open a new front in the fight ...
Clearing out brain's "zombie cells" offers new approach against dementiaNew Atlas
Dementia BREAKTHROUGH: Alzheimer's linked to build up of 'zombie cells' in brainExpress.co.uk
Destroying 'zombie cells' in the brain could hold the key to treating Alzheimer's, researchers sayMirror.co.uk
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A 30-minute morning routine that will clear your mind and banish stress - Valley News Live

Google Health News - Thu, 09/20/2018 - 13:55

Valley News Live
A 30-minute morning routine that will clear your mind and banish stress
Valley News Live
Morning routines can be a struggle even for those who are naturally “morning people.” If you're facing a busy schedule and/or managing a family, the impetus to get up and get going stat can be extreme — but for an optimal day of productivity and ...

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Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus In Michigan, Georgia: What You Should Know - Forbes

Google Health News - Thu, 09/20/2018 - 09:15

Forbes
Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus In Michigan, Georgia: What You Should Know
Forbes
Mosquito control is key to limit the spread of the potentially deadly Eastern equine encephalitis virus (EEEV). Here Sarah MacGregor (C), owner of Dragon Mosquito Control, speaks to employee Andrea Frey while fellow employee Devin Hanington looks on, ...
First mosquito with Eastern equine encephalitis found in LakevilleThe Keene Sentinel
Triple E Detected in Southeastern MassachusettsCapeCod.com News

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Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus In Michigan, Georgia: What You Should Know - Forbes

Google Health News - Thu, 09/20/2018 - 09:14

Forbes
Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus In Michigan, Georgia: What You Should Know
Forbes
Mosquito control is key to limit the spread of the potentially deadly Eastern equine encephalitis virus (EEEV). Here Sarah MacGregor (C), owner of Dragon Mosquito Control, speaks to employee Andrea Frey while fellow employee Devin Hanington looks on, ...

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