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Man with mystery China virus dies

Man with mystery China virus dies

Out of 41 people diagnosed with the new type of coronavirus in the city of Wuhan where it was first confirmed, one had died, two were discharged from treatment, and seven remained in serious conditi...

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Researchers say habitual green tea drinkers could live longer

Researchers say habitual green tea drinkers could live longer

The analysis revealed that regular tea drinkers were less likely to develop heart disease and stroke, and lived an average of 1.26 years longer than those who rarely drank tea. "It's a healthy bever...

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'My ability to see depends on men giving blood'

'My ability to see depends on men giving blood'

In the midst of a worrying shortage of donors, four out of ten new blood donors in England are men, which has prompted LGBT + activists to sigh heavily since homosexuals are still prohibited from dona...

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Texas Teen, 15, Youngest to Die From Vaping

Texas Teen, 15, Youngest to Die From Vaping

There have been 43 cases of vaping-associated lung injury among county residents, all of which had to be hospitalized, health officials said. The death of an 18-year-old Denver-area man last year wa...

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Taylor says she 'can't forgive' those who've hurt Selena

Taylor says she 'can't forgive' those who've hurt Selena

I discovered I do endure from psychological well being points. "I realized there was a way to get help and find people you trust", she said. "I received on the suitable medicine, and my life has bee...

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California could launch its own generic prescription drug label

California could launch its own generic prescription drug label

Lawmakers must approve the plan before it can take effect. Newsom said the money would be distributed to cities such as Los Angeles and San Francisco, as well as communities up and down the state st...

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World’s worst measles epidemic kills 6,000 people in Democratic Republic of Congo

World’s worst measles epidemic kills 6,000 people in Democratic Republic of Congo

The WHO also reported that this is the world's worst outbreak which took thousands of people's lives. WHO said the situation is further "aggravated" by weak public health systems and difficulty in a...

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Losing one night’s sleep may increase risk for Alzheimer’s, study says

Studies have shown that a higher level of tau protein in the blood is associated with an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease . Future studies are needed to investigate this further, as ...

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CDC: Flu Season Could Be Worst in Decades

CDC: Flu Season Could Be Worst in Decades

Dr. Amanda Carlson of SSM Dean Health Group specializes in infectious diseases and said the flu this season should have people on "high alert". When the season will peak is hard to say - each year f...

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NHS report makes record delays at United Kingdom control rooms in December

NHS report makes record delays at United Kingdom control rooms in December

NHS facilities saw around 4,300 extra patients a day in December, a different record. But the figure fell to 79.8 per cent in December, the lowest performance since records began in 2004. The NHS...

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Flu season in full swing in Niagara

Flu season in full swing in Niagara

He's urging people not to shake hands or hug when they attend Mass. Parishioners also are being asked not to hold hands while reciting the Our Father and those who are ill should stay home to avoid sp...

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Eight Chinese patients afflicted by unidentified Wuhan virus released from hospital

Eight Chinese patients afflicted by unidentified Wuhan virus released from hospital

A health worker stands by ready for temperature screening of travellers on April 27, 2009 at the global airport in Hong Kong. But on Thursday, Chinese state television was more conclusive, citing pa...

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New Georgia senator sworn in

New Georgia senator sworn in

Brian Kemp appointed Loeffler to the vacant seat despite a preference by President Donald Trump and his conservative allies for Rep. Doug Collins, a Trump loyalist and top Republican on the House Ju...

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4th person dies in Mass. from vaping-associated lung injury, officials say

4th person dies in Mass. from vaping-associated lung injury, officials say

The last vape-related death in MA came in November, when DPH reported that the man died from Worcester County in his 50s after reportedly evaporating both nicotine and THC. As part of an ongoing inves...

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Alcohol-related deaths in America doubled over past two decades

Alcohol-related deaths in America doubled over past two decades

The study, titled " Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research ", was published Wednesday by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. "This is more speculative, but there is some ...

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Popcorn husk leads to United Kingdom firefighter's near-death, open-heart surgery

Popcorn husk leads to United Kingdom firefighter's near-death, open-heart surgery

The objects that he put into his mouth, meanwhile, led to a gum infection that eventually developed into an infection of the heart called endocarditis , which is caused by bacteria spreading throug...

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Cancer group finds biggest one-year drop in US death rate

Cancer group finds biggest one-year drop in US death rate

That record one-year decline is tacked onto a 29% dip in the cancer death rate since 1991, when that figure peaked. Sharpless, who in November returned to the NCI after a stint as acting commissione...

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Trump to reward party-swapper Van Drew with NJ rally

Trump to reward party-swapper Van Drew with NJ rally

Van Drew refused to allow the Democrats to join a united Republican party to resist impeachment. Jeff Van Drew will host a Keep America Great rally at the Wildwood Convention Center. Liberty Couns...

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Electric scooter injuries tripled in one year among U.S. millennials, study finds

Electric scooter injuries tripled in one year among U.S. millennials, study finds

From 2014 to 2018, the researchers report, more than 39,000 people in the USA were injured from riding these seemingly sedate scooters, and about 3,300 people were admitted to the hospital. According ...

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NY governor helps rescue man after accident

NY governor helps rescue man after accident

Most reports said Cuomo arrived before police, and he cut the man free and pulled him out, as shown on video that was released by the governor's office. The driver was uninjured, and Cuomo also comf...

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Two children have died of the flu in Tennessee this flu season

Two children have died of the flu in Tennessee this flu season

During the week after Christmas - ending in December 28 - more than 12,000 Americans tested positive for the flu, accounting for more than 20 percent of overall diagnoses this season. Medical profes...

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John Bolton Willing To Testify in Senate Impeachment Trial

John Bolton Willing To Testify in Senate Impeachment Trial

Moderate Republican senators, the ones most likely to defect, indicated they are backing McConnell. Mitt Romney of Utah told reporters . Senate Republicans have countered that their mandate is to c...

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Mediterranean Diet Tops Annual List

Mediterranean Diet Tops Annual List

The five groups include: "new meat", which are non-meat proteins such as beans, peas or eggs; fruits and veggies; whole grains; dairy; sugar and spice. "On an average day, you might have smoked salm...

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Scientists find how creams, cosmetics cause skin rash

Scientists find how creams, cosmetics cause skin rash

The teams led by Monash University's Professor Jamie Rossjohn , Dr Annemieke de Jong from Columbia University and Harvard Medical School's Dr Branch Moody investigated the role a common protein i...

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Flu hitting younger people harder

Flu hitting younger people harder

Wisconsin health officials are urging people to protect themselves as flu numbers spike across the state. That's 800 more deaths than estimated the previous week. "The best thought is that we are stil...

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Senators Call on the Supreme Court to Overturn Roe V. Wade

Senators Call on the Supreme Court to Overturn Roe V. Wade

Two Democratic lawmakers have joined dozens of Republicans in calling on the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade , the ruling that established a woman's right to abortion. Republican Reps. David ...

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Why the FA Cup is not played on the dot

Why the FA Cup is not played on the dot

During the minute delay, fans will be encouraged to reflect on the positive impact 60 seconds can have on their own wellbeing or in supporting a friend or family member. It's hugely important for men ...

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In a 24/7 food culture, intermittent fasting is gaining followers

In a 24/7 food culture, intermittent fasting is gaining followers

For instance, they say it forces your body to start burning its own fat for fuel after depleting the energy it normally gets from food. Neuroscientist I am convinced that the recommendations on interm...

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This Flu Season Won't Be Fun

This Flu Season Won't Be Fun

All but five states are reporting "widespread" flu activity, which is the highest category for flu activity, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . People who feel they may be ...

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Iran to give 'crushing response' to US criminal act: top MP

Iran to give 'crushing response' to US criminal act: top MP

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the U.N. Security Council. "We did not take action to start a war". "We can not just close our eyes to what happened last night", he said. A British admiral ha...

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State reports another death from the flu

Thomas Coleman said. The state is urging New Yorkers to get flu shots after seeing a 79 percent increase in laboratory-confirmed flu cases over the past week. The rules are for visits to these hospi...

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Wyoming's Prepped for the Arizona Bowl

Wyoming's Prepped for the Arizona Bowl

Williams and the Cowboy offense took it steady to start the game, a comparison to the rapid fast Panther offense, racking up 52 rushing yards in their possession. Wide receiver Raghib Ismail has 20 ca...

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Chinese health officials investigating Wuhan pneumonia cases amid SARS rumours

Chinese health officials investigating Wuhan pneumonia cases amid SARS rumours

No obvious human-to-human transmission had been found and no medical staff had been infected, the commission said. However, the health commission said the cause of the outbreak was still unclear and...

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Haul will no longer hire people who use nicotine across 21 states

Haul will no longer hire people who use nicotine across 21 states

It will not affect U-Haul employees hired prior to that date. In a press release dated December 30, 2019, the company says the move is part of its nicotine-free hiring policy that will go into effec...

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New Decade, New Hope: Alzheimer's 'Vaccine' Almost Ready For Human Trials

New Decade, New Hope: Alzheimer's 'Vaccine' Almost Ready For Human Trials

The study participants also received MRI scans to measure their brain's structural integrity, both at the start of the study and again in follow-up visits 1 to 2 years later. The patients also under...

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