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One year old was diagnosed with measles in Pima County

PIMA COUNTY, AZ – State health officials said on Friday that one year old in Pima County was diagnosed with measles. The Pima County Public Health Department and the Arizona Department of Health Services are working to determine whether there is any exposure to the disease community. The confirmed case is on a baby with travel related to Asia, according …

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Doctors warn about pancreatic cancer

After Alex Trebek announced on TV earlier this week he had stage 4 pancreatic cancer. Local doctors warn how sickly the disease is and why it is very difficult to get caught. Dr. Christian El-Khoury, who has Quincy Medical Groups Cancer Care Team, has often said that a person is diagnosed, pancreatic cancer is in stages 3 or 4. Smoking …

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Nassau County warns of possible Hepatitis A exposure to Merrick 7-Eleven

MERRICK, Long Island (WABC) – The Nassau County Department of Health is investigating a confirmed case of Hepatitis A virus in a food handler working at 7-Eleven at Jerusalem Avenue in Merrick. Patrons using toileting facilities or drinks and drinks prepared on the site between February 1 and March 6 may be displayed. In a statement, 7-Eleven said that the …

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Hookah users inhale more toxic chemicals than cigarette smokers, new study claims

Smoking hookah tobacco negatively impacts heart rate and blood pressure, a paper from the American Heart Association said Friday. (REUTERS / Susana Vera) Smoking hookah tobacco negatively affects heart rate and blood pressure and connections are made between smoking regular waterpipes and higher risk of coronary artery disease , a new paper said Friday. The scientific statement, published in the …

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The flu season has reached, but bad strains have risen: reports

CDC officials warn that the flu season is down, but one Strong virus strain is on the rise The flu season is about to end, but health officials warn recent waves of a stronger strain of the virus that is more likely to cause hospitalization and death. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Friday that massive flu …

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