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Smoking is bad, but sitting around doing nothing is even more deadly, study shows - MarketWatch

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Smoking is bad, but sitting around doing nothing is even more deadly, study shows
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Smoking is bad for your health. You don't need an oxygen tank by your bedside to tell you that. Diabetes and heart disease, obviously not great, either. But what isn't so obvious is that a sedentary lifestyle is actually worse than all three, according ...
Expansive New Study Says Not Exercising Is Worse for Your Health Than SmokingTIME
Not exercising worse for your health than smoking, diabetes and heart disease, study revealsfox13now.com
Lack of exercise worse for your health than smoking, bad diet, study findsKFDA
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Rare muscle weakness illness surfaces in NC - Winston-Salem Journal

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Rare muscle weakness illness surfaces in NC
Winston-Salem Journal
There have been at least three cases in North Carolina of a very rare illness that can cause severe arm and leg weakness, particularly in children, state health officials said. There are one confirmed and two probable cases of acute flaccid myelitis ...
4 Ohio children afflicted with mysterious illnessYoungstown Vindicator
CDC's approach to puzzling disease criticized by some doctors, parentsPittsburgh Post-Gazette

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Arizona cancels vaccine program after backlash from parents who don't vaccinate - KHOU.com

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Arizona cancels vaccine program after backlash from parents who don't vaccinate
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PHOENIX – The state of Arizona has canceled a vaccine education program after receiving complaints from parents who don't immunize their school-age children. The pilot online course, modeled after programs in Oregon and Michigan, was created in ...
European Measles Outbreak Could Spread To The United StatesThe Inquisitr

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Coffee may be able to help people with this common skin condition, study says - Atlanta Journal Constitution

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Coffee may be able to help people with this common skin condition, study says
Atlanta Journal Constitution
There are several benefits to drinking coffee, including protection against a common skin condition, according to new report. » RELATED: Drink a lot of coffee? You're more likely to live longer, study says ...
Drinking at least four cups of coffee a day could slash your risk of rosacea by 20%Infosurhoy
The doctors found that coffee saves from diseases of the skinwww.MICEtimes.asia (press release)

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Immunotherapy scores a first win against some breast cancers - Washington Post

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Immunotherapy scores a first win against some breast cancers
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For the first time, one of the new immunotherapy drugs has shown promise against breast cancer in a large study that combined it with chemotherapy to treat an aggressive form of the disease. But the benefit for most women was small, raising questions ...
New immunotherapy drug showing promise for aggressive type of breast cancerCBS News
Immune-Based Treatment Helps Fight Aggressive Breast Cancer, Study FindsNew York Times
First immunotherapy success for triple-negative breast cancerEurekAlert (press release)
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Health officials work to contain Ebola outbreak in Congo - PBS NewsHour

Sat, 10/20/2018 - 22:39

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Health officials work to contain Ebola outbreak in Congo
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Health officials in the Democratic Republic of the Congo are working to end the latest Ebola outbreak that began in early August. The new cluster of cases has emerged in an area with active fighting between the government and more than 100 armed groups ...
'Dark day': Congo rebels kill 2 health agents fighting EbolaKOKI FOX 23
Congo rebels kill agents fighting EbolaDaily Telegraph
'Dark day' as Congolese rebels kill 2 health agents fighting deadly Ebola outbreak, health minister saysWTOP
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North Dakota women could buy marijuana-infused 'inserts' for menstrual pain if recreational measure passes - Fox News

Sat, 10/20/2018 - 22:36

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North Dakota women could buy marijuana-infused 'inserts' for menstrual pain if recreational measure passes
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If North Dakota residents vote to next month to legalize recreational marijuana, women in the state could be able to purchase an unusual item that's said relieve menstrual-related pain: cannabis-infused inserts. A company called Foria, which makes ...

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If You Stole This Giant Inflatable Colon, Why You Should Return It Immediately - Forbes

Sat, 10/20/2018 - 21:19

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If You Stole This Giant Inflatable Colon, Why You Should Return It Immediately
Forbes
Giant inflatable colons like this one pictured in Sacramento, California, can help raise colon cancer awareness. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli). Why would you do this? You may steal someone's heart, but why would you steal their 10-foot-long, 150-pound ...
Body of evidence: Inflatable, 10-foot-long colon swiped in Kansas!The San Diego Union-Tribune
Giant Inflatable Colon Stolen In Kansas CityThe Inquisitr
10-Foot Inflatable Colon Used To Educate People About Colon Cancer StolenTech Times
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CWD found for the first time in Michigan's Upper Peninsula - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Sat, 10/20/2018 - 17:23

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CWD found for the first time in Michigan's Upper Peninsula
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A white-tailed deer shot this fall in Dickinson County, Michigan, tested positive for chronic wasting disease, the first documented case of the fatal deer disease in the state's Upper Peninsula. The finding was announced Thursday by the Michigan ...
Deer diseases are out there; impact on humans is minimal, state officials sayReading Eagle
Second Mississippi deer tests positive for chronic wasting diseaseJackson Clarion Ledger
Wyoming authorities check hunters' deer for wasting diseaseWashington Times
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Her obituary details an opiod addiction that dominated her life. It began in Florida. - Miami Herald

Sat, 10/20/2018 - 16:46

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Her obituary details an opiod addiction that dominated her life. It began in Florida.
Miami Herald
An obituary published in Vermont on Oct. 14 tells the story of a lifelong struggle with opioid addiction in open and honest terms. Since its publication, the obituary has gone viral, spreading via social media and national news outlets. It has inspired ...
Vermont cop stunned by opioid victim's viral obit wants better treatment for addictsNew York Daily News
Windy weather on this SaturdayWLKY Louisville
How one family used an obituary to lay out the reality of opioid addictionThe Guardian
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Immune-Based Treatment Helps Fight Aggressive Breast Cancer, Study Finds - New York Times

Sat, 10/20/2018 - 16:30

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Immune-Based Treatment Helps Fight Aggressive Breast Cancer, Study Finds
New York Times
Women with an aggressive type of breast cancer lived longer if they received immunotherapy plus chemotherapy, rather than chemo alone, a major study has found. The results are expected to change the standard of care for women like those in the clinical ...
First immunotherapy success for triple-negative breast cancerEurekAlert (press release)
A New Type of Treatment Shows Promise Against Aggressive Breast CancerTIME
Immunotherapy-chemo combo extends life for women with aggressive form of breast cancer, study findsCNN
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Weekly flu update: activity low; more sick kids visited ER, urgent care - New York Daily News

Sat, 10/20/2018 - 13:05

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Weekly flu update: activity low; more sick kids visited ER, urgent care
New York Daily News
The results of the second week of the flu season are in. Here's what's happening here and around the nation: Flu activity remained low across the state, during the week of Oct. 7 to Oct. 13, according to the state health department. Twenty counties ...
Do a good deed: Make sure to get a flu shotPittsburgh Post-Gazette
Myths and facts about influenza and seniorsGreensburg Daily News
CDC reports first child flu death of the new flu seasonCIDRAP
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Settlement reached in class action lawsuit involving 2016 Genki Sushi hepatitis A outbreak - KHON2

Sat, 10/20/2018 - 08:16

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Settlement reached in class action lawsuit involving 2016 Genki Sushi hepatitis A outbreak
KHON2
HONOLULU (KHON2) - Thousands of people can get up to $350 each, thanks to a multimillion dollar class action lawsuit from the hepatitis A outbreak in 2016. Genki Sushi and its distributors have settled the lawsuit and agreed to pay those who got the ...
$4.5M settlement reached in Hepatitis A class-action lawsuitHawaii News Now
Settlement reached for Hawaii hepatitis A class-action suitWashington Times
Settlement Reached in 2016 Hawaii Hepatitis A Class ActionPR Newswire (press release)

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