Both Diastolic, Systolic Blood Pressure Indicate Heart Attack Risks¬†¬†Interesting EngineeringBoth the "top" and "bottom" blood pressure numbers can increase your risk of heart attack and stroke, study says¬†¬†CNNWhat is a healthy blood pressure?¬†¬†NBCNews.comStudy: Top, bottom blood pressure numbers each predict cardiovascular risk¬†¬†UPI NewsView full coverage on Google News
Ebola outbreak worries, impeachment effort falls short, Spacey charge dropped & more: What's trending today¬†¬†cleveland.comEbola outbreak declared a public health emergency of international concern¬†¬†Boing BoingThe WHO Finally Sounds Its Loudest Alarm Over Ebola in the Congo¬†¬†The AtlanticEbola outbreak in Congo declared global health emergency¬†¬†CBS NewsWHO amps up global Ebola warning after spread to big Congo city¬†¬†AxiosView full coverage on Google News
Medical mistakes harm more than 1 in 10 patients. Many are preventable.¬†¬†NBCNews.comPrevalence, severity, and nature of preventable patient harm across medical care settings: systematic review and meta-analysis¬†¬†The BMJHalf of all injuries, disabilities and deaths that occur due to medical errors could be prevented¬†¬†Daily MailView full coverage on Google News
Uganda intensifies surveillance after WHO reports new Ebola incident¬†¬†Africanews EnglishWHO declares Congo Ebola outbreak international emergency¬†¬†CBC News: The NationalEbola outbreak 2019: What is Ebola? What are the symptoms? How is it spread?¬†¬†Express.co.ukThe World Health Organization Just Declared an Ebola "Emergency" in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Here's What That Means¬†¬†UN DispatchWHO flags Ebola risk in Rwanda, but then withdraws its report¬†¬†Reuters AfricaView full coverage on Google News
Number of US overdose deaths appears to be falling¬†¬†10TVOverdoses Decline In Provisional Data But Some States See Steep Increases : Shots - Health News¬†¬†NPRDrug Overdose Deaths Fall in U.S. for First Time in Nearly Three Decades¬†¬†BreitbartPa. overdose deaths fell about 20 percent, part of an apparent nationwide trend¬†¬†lehighvalleylive.comNew CDC overdose estimates are nothing to celebrate | TheHill¬†¬†The HillView full coverage on Google News
Cancer could be a trigger for 'broken heart syndrome,' according to new research¬†¬†Yahoo LifestyleA new study from the American Heart Association has found the first evidence that takotsubo syndrome ? or "broken-heart syndrome"? may be linked to ...View full coverage on Google News
'EXERT' Study Is Testing Exercise To Ward Off Alzheimer's : Shots - Health News¬†¬†NPRResearchers are testing exercise in people at high risk for Alzheimer's. The goal of a federally funded study is to learn whether aerobic physical activity can ...
Here's how outdoor workers and the public can stay safe during the heat wave this week¬†¬†LancasterOnlineKnow the signs of heat stroke and heat exhaustion as record-breaking temps grip the U.S.¬†¬†CBS NewsImpending heat wave could pose health risks¬†¬†WCPO.com | 9 On Your SideNew York's Southern Tier may see 110-degree heat index. Here's what you should know.¬†¬†Press & Sun-BulletinAvoiding heat exhaustion during heat wave¬†¬†THV11View full coverage on Google News
Congressman says rise in Lyme disease is due to secret tick experiment; scientist says no¬†¬†INFORUMPentagon Ordered to Admit if it Weaponized Ticks that Spread Celeb-Plaguing Lyme Disease¬†¬†TooFabSecret government tick experiment created Lyme disease, congressman claims¬†¬†AL.comLawmakers Want The Pentagon To Investigate A Bizarre Conspiracy Theory That The Government Weaponized Ticks And Spread Lyme Disease¬†¬†BuzzFeed NewsPentagon's weaponized ticks wouldn't be worst military secret¬†¬†Washington TimesView full coverage on Google News
PHOTOS | Kentucky man gets flesh-eating bacteria during camping trip¬†¬†WYMT NewsKentucky man caught flesh-eating bacteria on camping trip¬†¬†New York Post Flesh-eating bacteria linked to more deaths: How to avoid it¬†¬†AOLFlesh-Eating Bacteria Linked To More Deaths: How To Avoid It | TODAY¬†¬†TODAYVanderbilt doctors: Flesh-eating bacteria quick to develop, difficult to diagnose¬†¬†WZTVView full coverage on Google News
FDA warns that ?Big Penis? supplement works a little too well¬†¬†BGRFDA warns ?Big Penis? stimulant has hidden drug ingredient¬†¬†Fox BusinessBig Penis supplement contains hidden ingredient, FDA warns¬†¬†USA TODAYNASA quietly pushes back its SLS launch estimates to 2021¬†¬†BGR?Big Penis? stimulant contains undeclared drug, FDA warns¬†¬†New York Daily NewsView full coverage on Google News
Scientists find new way to kill disease-carrying mosquitoes¬†¬†STATNEW YORK ? Scientists say they nearly eliminated disease-carrying mosquitoes on two islands in China using a new technique. The downside: It may not be ...View full coverage on Google News
The Times view on hearing aids and Alzheimer's disease: Delaying Dementia¬†¬†The TimesA major new study suggests it?s possible to avoid developing dementia ? 5 ways to reduce your risk¬†¬†MarketWatchScientists Close in on Blood Test for Alzheimer?s¬†¬†The Epoch TimesHealthy living may help offset genetic risk of dementia: Study - The Jakarta Post¬†¬†Jakarta PostHealthy lifestyle could help offset genetic risk of dementia¬†¬†Hindustan TimesView full coverage on Google News
New Study Suggests Increased Rates Of Memory Loss And Confusion In LGBTQ Elders : Shots - Health News¬†¬†NPRLGBTQ Americans were recently found 29% more likely to report memory loss and confusion ? two early signs of dementia? than their straight, cisgender ...View full coverage on Google News
What to know about flesh-eating bacteria this summer¬†¬†New York Post Swimmers beware! After nearly a dozen cases of necrotizing fasciitis have been reported this year in the US, here's everything you need to know about ...View full coverage on Google News
A Renewed Call To Extend Medicare For Kidney Transplant Anti-Rejection Drugs : Shots - Health News¬†¬†NPRA ?No-Brainer?? Calls Grow For Medicare To Cover Anti-Rejection Drugs After Kidney Transplant¬†¬†Kaiser Health NewsView full coverage on Google News
Deaths related to outbreak at Virginia assisted living facility rise to 3¬†¬†wtvr.comThe number of deaths associated with a respiratory outbreak at a Fairfax County assisted living facility has risen to three, according to the Fairfax County Health ...
5 confirmed cases of Legionella in people who visited, stayed at downtown hotel¬†¬†WSB AtlantaGeorgia health officials investigate more cases of Legionnaires at downtown Atlanta hotel¬†¬†WBRCMultiple cases of Legionnaires? disease linked to Atlanta hotel¬†¬†New York Daily NewsWhy Sheraton Atlanta took three days to close after Legionnaires' disease confirmed¬†¬†11Alive.com WXIADowntown Atlanta hotel closes during investigation into reported cases of Legionnaires' disease¬†¬†WRCB-TVView full coverage on Google News
Harborcreek Residents Take Precaution After Mosquitoes Test Positive for West Nile Virus¬†¬†erienewsnow.com2nd West Nile Virus-positive mosquito sample in Benton County confirmed¬†¬†KEPR 19West Nile virus detected at popular Tri-Cities recreation spot¬†¬†Tri-City HeraldHamilton County mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus¬†¬†WLWT CincinnatiSide effects can be serious if you're bitten by a disease-carrying mosquito¬†¬†WWLP-22NewsView full coverage on Google News
Kansas schools to require two new vaccines this year¬†¬†WIBWMeningococcal, Hep A vaccines to be required for 2019-20 school year in Kansas¬†¬†KWCH2 new vaccines required for the 2019-20 school year in Kansas¬†¬†KoamNewsNow.comHep A and Meningococcal Vaccines to be required for 2019-20 School Year¬†¬†Hays PostView full coverage on Google News
Clues to Women's Higher Odds for Alzheimer's¬†¬†WebMDBiological Basis for the 'Female Advantage' in Alzheimer's¬†¬†MedscapeResearchers uncover clues to why women have higher risk of Alzheimer's¬†¬†UPI.comWhy are women more likely than men to develop Alzheimer's?¬†¬†Atlanta Journal ConstitutionView full coverage on Google News
Virginia woman infected with flesh-eating bacteria after just 10 minutes in water¬†¬†New York Post What You Should Know About Necrotizing Fasciitis, the 'Flesh-Eating' Infection¬†¬†Mental FlossFlesh eating bacteria; What you need to know¬†¬†News 19 WLTXTexas man dies days after contracting flesh-eating bacteria during Fourth of July beach trip, wife says¬†¬†Fox NewsFlesh-eating bacteria kills man in Texas, and it?s spreading to other areas, study says¬†¬†Fort Worth Star-TelegramView full coverage on Google News
Alabama man hospitalized with flesh-eating bacteria after kayaking in river¬†¬†10TVMan, 41, fighting for life after contracting flesh-eating bug on weekend kayaking trip in Alabama¬†¬†The SunLauderdale man battles flesh-eating bacteria | Local News¬†¬†Times DailyMan kayaking in Tennessee River contracts flesh-eating bacteria¬†¬†www.localmemphis.comMan facing death after contracting flesh-eating bacteria on kayaking trip¬†¬†NEWS.com.auView full coverage on Google News
Scientists wiped out mosquitoes on two islands using new method¬†¬†InkstoneMosquitoes have been almost completely wiped out on two Chinese islands¬†¬†CNNScientists discover new way to kill disease-carrying mosquitoes¬†¬†New York Post Mosquitoes have been almost completely wiped out on 2 Chinese islands¬†¬†WITI FOX 6 MilwaukeeChinese scientists' new technique to wipe out mosquito populations may provide vital new weapon against range of deadly diseases¬†¬†Yahoo NewsView full coverage on Google News
How do mosquitoes track you? UW researchers used a tiny flight simulator, cut into their brains to find out¬†¬†Seattle TimesFemale yellow fever mosquitoes can smell you from more than 100 feet away, and just a whiff of your breath likely enhances their vision and triggers a flight ...
Third person has died after respiratory illness outbreak at Greenspring Village, Fairfax officials say¬†¬†Washington PostFairfax County investigating outbreak of respiratory illness at 2nd assisted-living facility¬†¬†FOX 5 DC3 dead, dozens ? including employees ? sick as respiratory illness spreads through Springfield assisted living facility¬†¬†WTOPCause of Respiratory Illness Still Unknown After Dozens Sickened at Virginia Retirement Community¬†¬†NBC4 WashingtonView full coverage on Google News
Common Medications Can Masquerade As Dementia In Seniors¬†¬†Kaiser Health NewsBy all accounts the woman, in her late 60s, appeared to have severe dementia. She was largely incoherent. Her short-term memory was terrible. She couldn't ...
Why people with mental illness may face poorer physical health and early death¬†¬†CNNHealthy Bodies in Mental Health; How Internal Med Treats Depression¬†¬†MedPage Today?A tireless advocate for mental health?: Remembering Eric Harkness¬†¬†KSN-TVPeople living with mental illness have shorter life expectancy by 20 years - research¬†¬†TVNZMental illness can lead to 20 year loss in life expectancy: Research¬†¬†RACGPView full coverage on Google News
Recent cannabis use tied to memory deficits, slowed mental processing¬†¬†Yahoo NewsThen, participants completed neuropsychological evaluations, which assess things like memory, attention, processing speed, executive function and motor skills.
EEE positive mosquito found in New Bedford¬†¬†SouthCoastToday.comYear's first EEE positive mosquito sample found in Mass.¬†¬†WCVB BostonHealth officials find EEE-positive mosquito samples in New Bedford and Easton¬†¬†Turn to 10Mosquito samples test positive for EEE in Massachusetts¬†¬†Boston 25 NewsView full coverage on Google News
German government backs mandatory vaccinations for all schoolchildren¬†¬†CNNParents in Germany who fail to vaccinate their children could face hefty fines after the German government backed a bill requiring all children to receive a ...View full coverage on Google News
How to stay safe from bacteria in coastal waters¬†¬†WSMV NashvilleNASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - A Memphis man died earlier this month after contracting a flesh-eating bacteria known as vibrio vulnificus after swimming in the Gulf ...View full coverage on Google News
Measles confirmed in unvaccinated Kenai Peninsula teen who traveled Outside¬†¬†Anchorage Daily NewsThe case is just the third confirmed in an Alaskan in almost two decades.
Kentucky man infected by flesh-eating bacteria during camping trip¬†¬†WVLT.TVKentucky man diagnosed with flesh-eating infection after camping trip along river¬†¬†WSB AtlantaView full coverage on Google News
Woman Gets Flesh-Eating Bacteria that 'Spreads Really Quickly' After Swimming at a Virginia Beach¬†¬†PEOPLE.comWaynesboro Woman Recovering from Flesh-Eating Bacteria Back in Hospital¬†¬†NBC 29 News?Started spreading up my leg': Woman gets flesh-eating bacteria after swimming at beach¬†¬†Fox 32 ChicagoWoman infected with flesh-eating bacteria at Virginia beach¬†¬†WXMI FOX 17 West MichiganWoman infected with flesh-eating bacteria after a 10 minute swim¬†¬†Daily MailView full coverage on Google News
Neuroscientists discover neuron type that acts as brain's metronome¬†¬†Medical Xpress"Metronome" Neurons Act Like Timekeepers in Mouse Brains¬†¬†Scientific AmericanView full coverage on Google News
Health officials: 6th Legionnaires' disease case confirmed after stay at Atlanta hotel¬†¬†FOX 5 AtlantaSixth case of Legionnaires disease confirmed at Atlanta Sheraton hotel¬†¬†11Alive5 Guests Sickened With Legionnaires? Disease After Visiting Atlanta Hotel¬†¬†KTLA Los AngelesLegionnaires Disease Count Rises To Six At Atlanta Hotel¬†¬†Atlanta, GA PatchThis is why the Sheraton Atlanta took three days to close after discovering Legionnaires' disease¬†¬†11AliveView full coverage on Google News
Does Alzheimer's Disease Stem From Infection? | Medpage Today¬†¬†MedPage TodayLOS ANGELES -- Is there an infectious link to Alzheimer's disease? That's a question of debate, and opinion was divided at the 2019 Alzheimer's Association ...View full coverage on Google News
Herbal drug Kratom may cause serious side effects¬†¬†UPI NewsThe herbal supplement kratom regularly causes serious side effects and doesn't appear safe for use, a new study argues. Kratom, made from the leaves of a ...
New measles case confirmed in Seattle nurse¬†¬†OregonLive.comSEATTLE ? Health officials say a new case of measles has been confirmed in a Seattle nurse. KOMO-TV reported Monday that Seattle Children's Hospital ...View full coverage on Google News
For healthy blood pressure, both numbers matter¬†¬†NBC NewsNew study finds both components of blood pressure predict heart attack, stroke risk¬†¬†Medical XpressView full coverage on Google News
Can gut infection trigger Parkinson's disease?¬†¬†Science DailyCan gut infection trigger Parkinson's disease?¬†¬†Medical XpressInfection triggers symptoms similar to those of Parkinson's disease in mice lacking PINK1 protein¬†¬†Nature.comView full coverage on Google News
An AI system predicts when pancreatic cysts will turn cancerous¬†¬†STATWith This AI, 60 Percent of Patients Who Had Surgery Could Have Avoided It¬†¬†IEEE SpectrumTest shown to improve accuracy in identifying precancerous pancreatic cysts¬†¬†Medical XpressView full coverage on Google News
Woman who wore contact lenses while showering, swimming nearly blinded in one eye from rare infection¬†¬†Fox NewsAnother person goes blind after showering with contacts left in¬†¬†New York Post View full coverage on Google News
Link between diabetes and heart failure stronger in women than men, study says¬†¬†CNN(CNN) Doctors have long known about a link between diabetes and an increased risk of heart failure, but a new paper suggests the link is significantly stronger ...
Maintaining or starting exercise in middle age tied to longer life¬†¬†Yahoo NewsPhysical activity has long been linked to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease and certain cancers. For the current study, researchers assessed activity levels ...View full coverage on Google News
Menstrual Cups Safe and Effective, Study Says¬†¬†WebMDStudy Finds Menstrual Cups Are Safe And Effective In Preventing Leaks : Goats and Soda¬†¬†NPRMenstrual Cups Are Indeed a Safe Alternative to Tampons and Pads, Research Review Finds¬†¬†GizmodoMenstrual cups safe, practical and cheap: Study - The Jakarta Post¬†¬†Jakarta PostMoney-Saving Menstrual Cups as Effective as Tampons¬†¬†NewserView full coverage on Google News
Wasp spray used as meth alternative in West Virginia: cops¬†¬†New York Post At least three people overdosed last week because they used the insect repellent to make synthetic meth, state police said Monday.View full coverage on Google News
Dermal tattoo sensors for the detection of blood pH change and metabolite levels¬†¬†Medical XpressThe art of tattooing may have found a diagnostic twist. A team of scientists in Germany have developed permanent dermal sensors that can be applied as artistic ...
Fourth case of measles confirmed in El Paso¬†¬†KFOX El PasoThe El Paso Department of Public Health has confirmed that a male toddler has tested positive for measles (rubeola). This is the fourth confirmed case of the ...View full coverage on Google News
Hepatits A case confirmed in Boise food service worker¬†¬†Idaho NewsAn employee at a downtown Boise restaurant worked while contagious with hepatitis A¬†¬†Idaho StatesmanHepatitis A case confirmed in Boise restaurant employee, health department says¬†¬†KTVBCDH Confirms Hepatitis A Case in Downtown Boise Food Service Worker¬†¬†Boise WeeklyHealth department sends alert after hepatitis A confirmed in Boise restaurant employee¬†¬†KTVB.comView full coverage on Google News
The Genetic Counselor with a $4000 DNA Test¬†¬†BloombergView full coverage on Google News
Uterine Fibroids and Heavy Periods¬†¬†The New York TimesA reader asks about the cause of uterine fibroids and their consequences.
In a city of Tastykakes and water ice, Philly health officials declare war on sugary snacks for kids¬†¬†The Philadelphia InquirerPhilly rolls out 'I Call the Snacks' campaign targeting sugary foods¬†¬†PhillyVoice.comPhiladelphia Health Department Launches Media Campaign On Dangers Of Children Eating Sugary Snacks¬†¬†CBS Philly'I Call the Snacks' campaign highlights the dangers behind sugary treats for kids¬†¬†WPVI-TVView full coverage on Google News
Autism Largely Caused by Genetics, Not Environment¬†¬†WebMDhe largest study of its kind, involving more than 2 million people across five countries, finds that autism spectrum disorders are 80% reliant on inherited genes.View full coverage on Google News
Living with rare brain cancer: Woman shares story on Glioblastoma Awareness Day¬†¬†WJW FOX 8 News ClevelandTucson man battling rare, aggressive brain cancer¬†¬†KGUN9What are the symptoms of glioblastoma? Brain cancer treatment, survival rates¬†¬†TODAYMan sees daughter turn 16 because electricity helps control brain tumor¬†¬†WJXT News4JAX View full coverage on Google News
Maricopa County has one of the highest rates of new HIV infections¬†¬†KTAR.comMedicaid in Arizona adds HIV prevention drug to approved list starting Oct. 1¬†¬†AZCentralView full coverage on Google News
Tick borne diseases on the rise¬†¬†KWQC-TV6Tick-borne illnesses beyond Lyme disease are increasing¬†¬†WTHRBeware of ticks: Here's how to identify 6 species¬†¬†SILive.comHEALTH WARNING: Tick-borne illnesses on the rise¬†¬†KETKnbcView full coverage on Google News
Milton woman shares story of battling flesh-eating infection¬†¬†WEARFlesh-eating bacteria in Florida: Beaches open but caution urged, officials say¬†¬†AL.comView full coverage on Google News
Should obesity be recognized as a disease?¬†¬†Medical XpressWith obesity now affecting almost a third (29%) of the population in England, and expected to rise to 35% by 2030, should we now recognise it as a disease?View full coverage on Google News
Mother warning others about protein shakes after daughter dies unexpectedly¬†¬†WPECDr. Oz offers warning after woman's unexpected death: Don't overdo it with protein diets¬†¬†Fox NewsMother demands stricter regulations of fitness supplements after daughter, 25, dies from too many 'protein shakes'¬†¬†The IndependentBrekky Wrap: Mother's Warning After Claims Her Daughter Died From Protein Shake Use¬†¬†10 dailyView full coverage on Google News
Prescription opioid users are NOT switching to medical marijuana, study suggests¬†¬†Daily MailAlthough many studies have linked legal weed to lower prescription rates for opioid painkillers, a new Columbia University study suggests that people on ...
A 'wake-up' call: Your health before age 40 is tied to heart risks later in life¬†¬†KSL.comFixing these two health issues in early adulthood can drastically reduce your risk of heart disease¬†¬†MarketWatchHigh Blood Pressure and High Cholesterol May Pose Special Risks in Young Adults¬†¬†The New York TimesView full coverage on Google News
Study finds link between amount of screen time, depression in young people¬†¬†WRAL Tech WireTeen Exposure to TV, Social Media Worsens Depression Symptoms ? Study¬†¬†Sputnik InternationalTeen depression: Social media and TV more harmful to mental health than video games, study says¬†¬†Daily SabahSocial media use, not gaming, increases symptoms of depression in teens: research¬†¬†CTV NewsSocial media, not video games, linked to increase in teen depression¬†¬†SlashGearView full coverage on Google News
Plant viruses may be reshaping our world¬†¬†Phys.orgThe community of viruses is staggeringly vast. Occupying every conceivable biological niche, from searing undersea vents to frigid tundra, these enigmatic ...
11 Common Things That Can Cause Cancer¬†¬†NewsmaxThe bad news is that cancer is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. The good news is that death rates from cancer in the U.S. have declined steadily ...
Study Of Two Million Children Finds What Really Causes Autism¬†¬†IFLScienceA massive study, involving more than 2 million children across five countries, suggests that genetics is actually the biggest risk factor for developing au.View full coverage on Google News
El Paso pediatrician's office sees spike in calls regarding questions about measles¬†¬†KFOX El PasoToddler diagnosed as the fourth case of measles in El Paso¬†¬†KTSM News Channel 9Boy toddler is fourth confirmed measles case in El Paso¬†¬†KVIA El PasoView full coverage on Google News
Living longer or healthier? Genetic discovery in worms suggests they can be separated¬†¬†Phys.orgIn a report published today in Nature Communications, a surprising new genetic discovery by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and ...View full coverage on Google News
Making cancer stem cells visible to the immune system¬†¬†Medical XpressLeukemia stem cells protect themselves against the immune defense by suppressing a target molecule for killer cells. This protective mechanism can be tricked ...