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Thousands of cancer diagnoses tied to a poor diet, study finds - CNN

Thousands of cancer diagnoses tied to a poor diet, study finds  CNNMore than 80000 new cancer cases among adults 20 and older in the United States in 2015 were attributable simply to eating a poor diet, according to a new ...View full coverage on Google News

How the malaria vaccine could change world health - BBC News

How the malaria vaccine could change world health  BBC NewsNearly half the world's population is at risk of the mosquito-borne disease. But a new vaccine may stop it in its tracks, saving millions of lives.

Algeria and Argentina are officially malaria-free, says World Health Organization - CNN

Algeria and Argentina are officially malaria-free, says World Health Organization  CNNAlgeria and Argentina certified malaria-free by WHO  World Health OrganizationAlgeria and Argentina officially deemed malaria-free by WHO  The TelegraphINTERVIEW: How Universal Health Coverage led to Algeria being Malaria-Free - WHO Representative  Premium TimesMalaria eliminated in Algeria and Argentina- WHO  VanguardView full coverage on Google News

Measles outbreak spreads to Maine, cases now in half the country | TheHill - The Hill

Measles outbreak spreads to Maine, cases now in half the country | TheHill  The HillMeasles Had Been Eliminated. Now It?s Nearly a Daily Threat  WIREDMaine's first case of measles confirmed  WMTW PortlandU.S. measles outbreak spreads to Maine, 25th state to report case  ReutersRabbis agree: Get vaccinated, already  New York Post View full coverage on Google News

Scientists Modify Viruses With CRISPR To Create New Weapon Against Superbugs - NPR

Scientists Modify Viruses With CRISPR To Create New Weapon Against Superbugs  NPRSuperbugs are bacteria that can beat modern medicine's most powerful drugs. So doctors are racing to find new ways to fight back, such as developing "living ...

Ebola outbreak: WHO brands deadly virus ?public enemy number one? amid high risk of spread - Express.co.uk

Ebola outbreak: WHO brands deadly virus ?public enemy number one? amid high risk of spread  Express.co.ukThe World Health Organisation (WHO) chief said on Monday that the risk of Ebola spreading within the Democratic Republic of Congo and to neighbouring ...View full coverage on Google News

Pakistani children worst affected in HIV outbreak - BBC News

Pakistani children worst affected in HIV outbreak  BBC NewsHIV Outbreak In Pakistan: So Far, 494 Children Are HIV Positive : Goats and Soda  NPRHIV infects over 400 Pakistani children; doctor accused  UPI News35 more HIV cases confirmed in Larkana  ARY NEWS'Unprecedented' HIV outbreak infects hundreds of young children in Pakistan  The TelegraphView full coverage on Google News

5 ways we can all help tackle air pollution - Positive News - Positive.News

5 ways we can all help tackle air pollution - Positive News  Positive.NewsSurprise! When Los Angeles cleaned up its air, childhood asthma cases dropped  BGRSmall improvements to California's air quality made a big difference in asthma rates  Popular ScienceNew Asthma Cases Fell When LA's Smog Declined : Shots - Health News  NPRAir pollution is killing construction workers  The Construction IndexView full coverage on Google News

The Ebola response effort is struggling. Experts say these steps could help - STAT

The Ebola response effort is struggling. Experts say these steps could help  STATEbola outbreak: Patients in Congo fear violence amid outbreak  CBS NewsThird burial team attacked in DRC; Ebola infects another health worker  CIDRAPCongo violence sparks fears over UK Ebola response  The GuardianUK won't reveal how much aid it has given for the Ebola response ? to protect health workers  The TelegraphView full coverage on Google News

Heart disease deaths in middle-aged women on the rise - NBC News

Heart disease deaths in middle-aged women on the rise  NBC NewsCancer death rates drop, heart disease deaths on the rise for US adults  CNNFewer American adults are dying of cancer  NewsyFewer Americans Dying Of Cancer, More Dying From Heart Disease, Study Finds  CBS PhillyCarolina Milanesi, The Heart of Tech | Citrix Synergy 2019  SiliconANGLE theCUBEView full coverage on Google News

Operating rooms test positive for mold at Seattle Children's Hospital - CNN

Operating rooms test positive for mold at Seattle Children's Hospital  CNNSeveral operating rooms have been shut down in a Washington children's hospital because of mold.View full coverage on Google News

Amid salmonella outbreak, CDC warns: Don't 'kiss or snuggle' chickens - Fox News

Amid salmonella outbreak, CDC warns: Don't 'kiss or snuggle' chickens  Fox NewsCDC Warns Chicken Owners Not to 'Kiss' or 'Snuggle' Animals Amid Salmonella Outbreak  PEOPLE.comCDC Warns Backyard Farmers Not To 'Kiss Or Snuggle' Chickens Amid Salmonella Outbreak  WWJ Newsradio 950Salmonella outbreak in 21 states linked to backyard poultry; don't kiss the chickens, CDC warns  Boston 25 NewsCDC: Salmonella in Massachusetts linked to tahini  MassLive.comView full coverage on Google News

Plans set in place to send 25 trays of skin to Houston for baby Jabari - Alabama's News Leader

Plans set in place to send 25 trays of skin to Houston for baby Jabari  Alabama's News LeaderSAN ANTONIO (WOAI/KABB) ? Baby Jabari, the San Antonio 4-month-old born without skin, is facing a medical complication. A neck brace was placed on the ...

CBD Can Help Curb Heroin Cravings, New Study Finds - Leafly

CBD Can Help Curb Heroin Cravings, New Study Finds  LeaflyCBD Might Help People Struggling With Opioid Addiction, Small Trial Shows  GizmodoStudy suggests marijuana-derived CBD can play a role in treating heroin addiction  New AtlasStudy: CBD can help fight drug addiction  FOX 31 DenverScientific study reports that CBD reduces opioid cravings and anxiety  Boing BoingView full coverage on Google News

Your face is teeming with mites: Tiny eight-legged creatures feast on our skin oils - Daily Mail

Your face is teeming with mites: Tiny eight-legged creatures feast on our skin oils  Daily MailMites known as Demodex folliculorum, live near hair follicles, including the invisible hair on nipples and faces. They are related to the spider family and measure ...View full coverage on Google News

Google's new AI is better at detecting lung cancer than doctors - New York Post

Google's new AI is better at detecting lung cancer than doctors  New York Post Google's cancer-spotting AI outperforms radiologists in reading lung CT scans  FierceBiotechGoogle built an AI that detects lung cancer better than human doctors  BGRBehind the scenes of Google's effort to test AI for cancer screening  STATGoogle Creates New AI That Can Outperform Doctors in Diagnosing Most Commonly Lethal Form of Cancer  Good News NetworkView full coverage on Google News

Experiment Reveals How to Make Nearly 70% of Vaccine-Hesitant People Change Their Mind - ScienceAlert

Experiment Reveals How to Make Nearly 70% of Vaccine-Hesitant People Change Their Mind  ScienceAlertIt Turns Out, There Is One Way To Win Around An Anti-Vaxxer  IFLScienceA new study shows how to make 70% of anti-vaxxers change their mind on vaccination  Business InsiderThe Viral Threat: Measles and Misinformation | Fault Lines  Al Jazeera EnglishVaccine Expert: False Information on Web Must Be Stopped  Voice of AmericaView full coverage on Google News

More than 700 vaccinated after Maine restaurant worker infection - Press Herald

More than 700 vaccinated after Maine restaurant worker infection  Press HeraldCARIBOU ? Cary Medical Center and Pines Health Services have provided more than 700 vaccines to people who may have been exposed to the Hepatitis A ...View full coverage on Google News

BE FAST: Neurologists lay out guide to spotting stroke symptoms - KOB

BE FAST: Neurologists lay out guide to spotting stroke symptoms  KOBNeurologists with UNM's Department of Neurology are rolling out an acronym that will help you to recognize symptoms of a stroke.

How To Advocate For A Loved One With A Mental Health Condition - mindbodygreen.com

How To Advocate For A Loved One With A Mental Health Condition  mindbodygreen.comA Step Forward - Mental Health Month  LLUHealthMetro Detroit mental health resource guide: When, where and how to find help  WDIV ClickOnDetroitBroken Leg Syndrome: Why Don?t We Take Meds for Our Mental Health?  The RootDavid Kingdon, MD: Advances in Psychosis  MD MagazineView full coverage on Google News

Health officials warn about blacklegged ticks and Lyme disease - WXMI FOX 17 West Michigan

Health officials warn about blacklegged ticks and Lyme disease  WXMI FOX 17 West MichiganPopular plant linked to Lyme disease pulled from state property after I-Team report  WGMEMan shares his story about dealing with Lyme Disease  WSAZ-TVLyme disease is spreading across the country  WSLS 10Lyme disease is spreading across the US but your dog can help track it  New Scientist NewsView full coverage on Google News

Tick population is booming. Is climate change to blame? Will tick-borne diseases increase? - INFORUM

Tick population is booming. Is climate change to blame? Will tick-borne diseases increase?  INFORUMWhy are there more ticks now? What you need to know  AL.comThe tick population is booming. Is climate change to blame? And will tick-borne diseases increase?  Washington PostQ&A: The tick population is booming. Is climate change to blame?  Press HeraldView full coverage on Google News

?Quacks? blamed for HIV outbreak that infected hundreds of kids - Ars Technica

?Quacks? blamed for HIV outbreak that infected hundreds of kids  Ars Technica494 Children in Pakistani City Have Been Diagnosed with HIV  PEOPLE.comHealth and HIV/AIDS Minister signs K1 Million with Eda Ranu into Laloki Psychiatric Hospital  EMTV OnlineSenate panel takes notice of HIV outbreak in Sindh  ARY NEWSHIV Outbreak in Pak: Local Doctor Reused Infected Syringes | The Quint  The QuintView full coverage on Google News

Parents have an important message after 'beautiful, vibrant' daughter's tragic death in college - Yahoo Lifestyle

Parents have an important message after 'beautiful, vibrant' daughter's tragic death in college  Yahoo LifestyleAt 18, Sara Stelzer was in the prime of her life ? a college freshman excited for her classes and being part of a sorority at San Diego State University ? when ...View full coverage on Google News

Meet the mites that live on your face - MPR News

Meet the mites that live on your face  MPR NewsDemodex mites live inside your pores. Just about every adult human alive has a population living on them, and they're basically impossible to get rid of. Luckily ...View full coverage on Google News

TB reported at South Bay school - FOX 5 San Diego

TB reported at South Bay school  FOX 5 San DiegoSouth Bay Middle School Fears Tuberculosis Exposure: County  NBC 7 San DiegoView full coverage on Google News

Seventh person confirmed to have measles in Puget Sound outbreak - Seattle Times

Seventh person confirmed to have measles in Puget Sound outbreak  Seattle TimesA woman in her 30s is the seventh recently confirmed measles case in King County and the fourth person here to contract the virus this month.View full coverage on Google News

Bipolar people are seven times more likely to develop Parkinson's later in life - Daily Mail

Bipolar people are seven times more likely to develop Parkinson's later in life  Daily MailResearchers in Taipei found that about 0.7 percent of people with bipolar disorder develop Parkinson's - compared to just 0.1 percent of people without the ...

Study shows incidence rates of aggressive subtypes of uterine cancer rising - National Institutes of Health

Study shows incidence rates of aggressive subtypes of uterine cancer rising  National Institutes of HealthNew findings from a study by researchers at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, show that U.S. incidence rates for ...

Dog Person? It May Be in Your Genes - The New York Times

Dog Person? It May Be in Your Genes  The New York TimesIf you like dogs, it may be in your genes. Swedish researchers used a database of 35,035 identical and fraternal twins born between 1926 and 1996.

Family claims Maryland university was too slow to report outbreak of virus that led to daughter's death - WMUR Manchester

Family claims Maryland university was too slow to report outbreak of virus that led to daughter's death  WMUR ManchesterThe family of Olivia Shea Paregol is taking action against the University of Maryland, accusing the university of neglecting to quickly inform students of an ...View full coverage on Google News

Black women start a walking movement to battle the obesity epidemic - CNN

Black women start a walking movement to battle the obesity epidemic  CNNThere is a health crisis facing African-American women. Nearly half have heart disease and forty percent have high blood pressure. The risk of stroke is almost ...

The Real Reason Processed Foods Make You Gain Weight - runnersworld.com

The Real Reason Processed Foods Make You Gain Weight  runnersworld.comA new study found that even when presented with meals of equal nutrients, people were eating significantly more calories if their meals were ultra-processed.View full coverage on Google News

Tyler Trent book launches to raise money for cancer research - WTHR

Tyler Trent book launches to raise money for cancer research  WTHRINDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - Tony and Kelly Trent sat in the lobby of the Wells Center for Pediatric Research in downtown Indianapolis signing copies of the ?The ...

Stop Letting Your Baby Sleep in a Car Seat Outside the Car - Lifehacker

Stop Letting Your Baby Sleep in a Car Seat Outside the Car  LifehackerLetting babies sleep in car seats when not traveling can be deadly, study finds  FOX 29 News PhiladelphiaSleeping babies dying when car seats used incorrectly, study warns  New York Daily NewsSleeping infants are dying in car seats when used incorrectly, new study finds  PhillyVoice.comParents MUST NOT let their babies sleep in car seats as they're at risk of suffocating  Daily MailView full coverage on Google News

Life in evolution's fast lane - Phys.org

Life in evolution's fast lane  Phys.orgYeasts lose DNA-repair genes, and thrive  CosmosAn outlaw yeast thrives with genetic chaos ? and could provide clues for understanding cancer growth  The Conversation - USView full coverage on Google News

Systematic Review Suggests That Regulating Gut Bacteria May Help Ease Anxiety Symptoms - IFLScience

Systematic Review Suggests That Regulating Gut Bacteria May Help Ease Anxiety Symptoms  IFLScienceAnxiety Might Be Alleviated by Regulating Gut Bacteria  Technology NetworksThe Anxiety ? Gut Health Connection You Need To Know About  mindbodygreen.comHave plenty of curd daily to reduce anxiety  The TribuneGut Health's Role In Anxiety Shows Consistency Is Key, A New Review Of Studies Says  BustleView full coverage on Google News

Teen mothers using IUDs less likely to also use condoms - NBC News

Teen mothers using IUDs less likely to also use condoms  NBC NewsFew teen mothers with contraceptive implants also use condoms  CNAView full coverage on Google News

Rat attacks service dog in Natick: Call for town to solve rat problem - WCVB Boston

Rat attacks service dog in Natick: Call for town to solve rat problem  WCVB BostonRat attacks dog in Natick: Call for town to solve rat problem  MetroWest Daily NewsView full coverage on Google News

More West Nile-infected mosquitoes found in the Valley - FOX 10 News Phoenix

More West Nile-infected mosquitoes found in the Valley  FOX 10 News PhoenixMosquitoes are the worst in these cities, pest control company Orkin says  Fox NewsRichmond among top cities in the country for mosquitoes  WTVR CBS 6 NewsAtlantas Mosquito Problem Named Worst In Nation  Atlanta, GA PatchThis Southern City Has the Worst Mosquito Problem in the Country  southernliving.comView full coverage on Google News

Skin cancer can develop even where the sun doesn't shine - WTOP

Skin cancer can develop even where the sun doesn't shine  WTOPCan you spot skin cancer? Keep an eye out for these warning signs  WXYZ DetroitMore people in Florida will get skin cancer than any other cancer. How to protect yourself  Bradenton Herald'It was one of mum's last wishes' - son wants you to know about dangers of not wearing sun cream  Somerset LiveLikelihood Youll Get Skin Cancer In Orange County  Rancho Santa Margarita, CA PatchView full coverage on Google News

Hepatitis A outbreak declared in Pennsylvania, with Philadelphia among hardest hit areas - Philly.com

Hepatitis A outbreak declared in Pennsylvania, with Philadelphia among hardest hit areas  Philly.comHepatitis A outbreak declared in Pa., two dozen cases in Allegheny Co. since Jan 2018  Pittsburgh Post-GazettePennsylvania declares hepatitis A outbreak  Erie Times-NewsPa. Dept. Of Health Declares Hepatitis A Outbreak, Allegheny County Hit Hardest  CBS PittsburghDepartment of Health declares hepatitis A outbreak across Pa.  WJAC JohnstownView full coverage on Google News

Beto O'Rourke Challenged on Fossil Fuel Donations - The Young Turks

Beto O'Rourke Challenged on Fossil Fuel Donations  The Young TurksCenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, John Iadarola, and Francesca Fiorentini discuss Beto O'Rourke's plan to address climate change on The Young Turks.

Trying to convince ultra-Orthodox Jews to vaccinate, New York messes up the Yiddish - CNN

Trying to convince ultra-Orthodox Jews to vaccinate, New York messes up the Yiddish  CNNTrying to convince ultra-Orthodox Jews to vaccinate, the New York State Department of Health made errors translating English to Yiddish. Some say the bungled ...View full coverage on Google News

Dementia warning: Common sign of Alzheimer?s you may be missing - and it happens at home - Express

Dementia warning: Common sign of Alzheimer?s you may be missing - and it happens at home  ExpressHere's How VR Can Help People with Dementia  HealthlineDrink red wine and never skip breakfast? 9 expert tips to prevent dementia  The SunAlzheimer's Association  therhodeshow12 things that predispose you to dementia ? WHO  Daily TrustView full coverage on Google News

Customers at an SC restaurant may have been exposed to hepatitis A, state health officials say - Live 5 News WCSC

Customers at an SC restaurant may have been exposed to hepatitis A, state health officials say  Live 5 News WCSCDHEC was notified on May 17, 2019, that an employee of the restaurant tested positive for hepatitis A.View full coverage on Google News

Woman left with 'hole' in her chest caused by underwire bras - New York Post

Woman left with 'hole' in her chest caused by underwire bras  New York Post Lynne McConnell, 51, said a pea-sized bump grew to a 1.6x1.6 inch rock-hard mass directly over where the midpoint of the bra sits on her chest in a matter of ...View full coverage on Google News

This Toilet Will Predict if You'll Have Heart Failure - The Daily Beast

This Toilet Will Predict if You'll Have Heart Failure  The Daily BeastThis 'smart' toilet can predict heart failure  New York Post View full coverage on Google News

McMaster University invents new life-saving vaccine method - CHCH News

McMaster University invents new life-saving vaccine method  CHCH NewsCanadian scientists figure out how to preserve vaccines without refrigeration ? a potential public-health game changer  National PostResearchers create a better way to transport life-saving vaccines  Medical XpressScientists invent method to transfer life-saving vaccines to impoversished areas  The Siasat DailyA Better Way to Transport Life-Saving Vaccines  Lab Manager MagazineView full coverage on Google News

Swiss Men's Sperm Is Among The Worst In Europe And We're Not Sure Why - IFLScience

Swiss Men's Sperm Is Among The Worst In Europe And We're Not Sure Why¬†¬†IFLScienceMen in Switzerland have among the lowest sperm counts in Europe¬†¬†Daily MailPoor semen quality in Switzerland¬†¬†Universitť de GenŤve (UNIGE)Swiss men have some of the worst sperm in Europe, study finds¬†¬†The IndependentSperm quality of Swiss youth in 'critical' condition¬†¬†swissinfo.chView full coverage on Google News

More evidence welding fumes raise lung cancer risk - CNA

More evidence welding fumes raise lung cancer risk  CNA(Reuters Health) - Workers exposed to welding fumes are more likely to develop lung cancer than those not exposed to the fumes, and a new study ...

This is the best diet to help prevent osteoporosis - Yahoo Lifestyle

This is the best diet to help prevent osteoporosis  Yahoo LifestyleFood Poisoning: 59 cases reported at welfare homes in Pelangi Village  CNAThe Rhode Home: Camp Jack  therhodeshowView full coverage on Google News

Now there?s a nasal spray that rapidly crushes depression - BGR

Now there?s a nasal spray that rapidly crushes depression  BGRDepression affects the lives of a great many people and, while there are plenty of options on the table as far as treatment, many are slow-acting and take days or ...View full coverage on Google News

Financial Advisors: Time to Declare War on Stress - Barron's

Financial Advisors: Time to Declare War on Stress  Barron'sNew research from Janus Henderson, the Financial Planning Association and Investopedia shows the stress epidemic is worsening.

I've tried 4 different meal-delivery services, and Splendid Spoon is hands down the best one for my busy lifestyle - Business Insider

I've tried 4 different meal-delivery services, and Splendid Spoon is hands down the best one for my busy lifestyle  Business InsiderI?ve tried 4 different meal-delivery services, and Splendid Spoon is hands down the best one for my busy lifestyle  Business InsiderView full coverage on Google News

West Palm Beach restaurant customer potentially exposed to Hep. A feels healthy - WPEC

West Palm Beach restaurant customer potentially exposed to Hep. A feels healthy  WPECTrump just got 'blue' Florida to complain about the burden of immigration | Trending  TCPalmPBSO Sheriff: 'Relief for sure' that migrants aren't coming  WPECImmigrants in South Florida Sheriff Ric Bradshaw talks about immigration controversy Michael Williams 11:02 PM  WPTV.comWest Palm Beach Area diners split on hepatitis A case in food industry Arthur Mondale 10  WPTV.comView full coverage on Google News

Pennsylvania officials declare hepatitis A outbreak with reported cases in 36 counties - Fox News

Pennsylvania officials declare hepatitis A outbreak with reported cases in 36 counties  Fox NewsThe counties hardest hit by this outbreak are Philadelphia and Allegheny, but we have seen an increase of cases throughout much of the state,? said ...View full coverage on Google News

Can efforts to bottle MDMA?s magic transform psychiatry? - The Verge

Can efforts to bottle MDMA?s magic transform psychiatry?  The VergeMDMA, also known as ecstasy, got a bad rap as a party drug in the 1980s and 1990s. Now, researchers are finding it might help people with PTSD and other ...

Future - The criminals who fool doctors - BBC News

Future - The criminals who fool doctors  BBC NewsMalingering? ? faking a sickness for an ulterior motive ? is surprisingly common. Here are some of the ways in which doctors tell real illnesses from false ones.

Scientists Used Rats to Figure Out Why Coffee Speeds Up Our Need to Poop - ScienceAlert

Scientists Used Rats to Figure Out Why Coffee Speeds Up Our Need to Poop  ScienceAlertDrinking coffee does improve bowel movement  Mathrubhumi EnglishHow coffee changes your gut bacteria  IOLCoffee assists in healthy bowel movements  The Asian AgeCoffee helps develop healthy gut microbes and aids bowel movements  News-Medical.netView full coverage on Google News

Maine CDC confirms case of measles in Somerset County - NewsCenterMaine.com WCSH-WLBZ

Maine CDC confirms case of measles in Somerset County  NewsCenterMaine.com WCSH-WLBZThe last reported case of measles in Maine was in 2017 when an individual acquired the disease after traveling overseas.

Charcoal toothpaste: It may whiten teeth, but there's a risk - WPTV.com

Charcoal toothpaste: It may whiten teeth, but there's a risk  WPTV.comFrom bloggers to YouTubers to social media influencers, activated charcoal toothpaste is the latest all-natural teeth whitening trend.View full coverage on Google News

Road to cell death mapped in the Alzheimer's brain - Medical Xpress

Road to cell death mapped in the Alzheimer's brain  Medical XpressAlzheimer's Map Shows Where Epigenetics Takes Wrong Turn  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology NewsRoad to cell death mapped in the Alzheimer's brain  EurekAlertView full coverage on Google News

Diet for Blood Pressure May Also Reduce Heart Failure Risk - HealthDay

Diet for Blood Pressure May Also Reduce Heart Failure Risk  HealthDayDiet for high blood pressure may also reduce heart failure risk  UPI NewsAdded Benefit: Blood Pressure Diet Lowers Risk of Heart Failure  NewsmaxView full coverage on Google News

Women less likely to be resuscitated and survive a cardiac arrest than men, study finds - The Independent

Women less likely to be resuscitated and survive a cardiac arrest than men, study finds  The IndependentWomen who have cardiac arrests are more likely to die than men  New Scientist NewsWomen more likely to die of cardiac arrest ?because public don?t step in to do CPR?  The SunWomen who have cardiac arrest in public less likely than men to be helped  iNewsView full coverage on Google News

A Texas woman?s fight with a health care system she says let her down - Houston Chronicle

A Texas woman?s fight with a health care system she says let her down  Houston Chronicle As Brittany Parsons battled back to recovery she has also had to fight a Texas health system that abandoned her at every turn. The emergency room where she ...

Insulin under the influence of light - Medical Xpress

Insulin under the influence of light  Medical XpressThe disruption of internal clocks seems to play a significant role in the explosion of metabolic diseases observed in recent decades, particularly diabetes.

The top 25 medical lab tests around the world - Medical Xpress

The top 25 medical lab tests around the world  Medical XpressA recent study can help governments understand which diagnostic laboratory tests are most important when developing universal health coverage systems.

Health department says Mark Pi's has reported case of hepatitis A - The Republic

Health department says Mark Pi's has reported case of hepatitis A  The RepublicHealth officials recommend hepatitis A vaccinations for Mark Pi?s China Gate customers in Columbus  CBS 4 IndianapolisHepatitis A vaccinations recommended for customers of Mark Pi?s China Gate in Columbus  FOX 59 IndianapolisView full coverage on Google News

Why lack of sleep is bad for your heart: Study finds short-sleepers have lower levels of gene-regulating microRNA - Science Daily

Why lack of sleep is bad for your heart: Study finds short-sleepers have lower levels of gene-regulating microRNA  Science DailyStudy helps explain why lack of sleep is bad for the heart  News-Medical.netView full coverage on Google News

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