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Over 900 dead in the Madagascar measles epidemic

In a report released last week, WHO wrote that the outbreak was "unprecedented" and "occurred in a context of poor performance of regular vaccination." That report is listed on 300 deaths and 53,000 infections. The dramatic increase in such a short time is due to a complete data collection in Madagascar, a spokeswoman said on Friday. There are 229,000 reported …

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Short bursts of intense workouts & # 39; better for weight loss & # 39;

Copyright image Getty Images Image caption Sprint training interval is most effective for weight loss, researchers The explosion of high intensity training intervals (Hiit) can be more effective for weight loss than for longer exercise, a study indicates. The research, published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine,. Although all participants were losing weight, Hiit makers saw a 28.5% higher …

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Bat at Hayward mall found to be strong, health officials warn

By Alyssa Pereira SFGATE Updated 4:25 pm PST, Friday, February 15, 2019 A rabid bat found in Southland Mall in Hayward in early February. A rabid bat found in Southland Mall in Hayward in early February. Photo: Boston P. / Yelp A rabid bat found in Southland Mall in Hayward in early February. A rabid bat found in Southland Mall …

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Anti-vaxxer uses Facebook to target pregnant women with fear and lies / Boing Boing

Anti-vaxxers do not know shame, Facebook is ready to do anything for an ad dollar, water is wet. Science Alert: Facebook is aggressively used by anti-immunization advocates to target pregnant women with sponsored advertisements to spread false information and collusion theory while the US is fighting a measles outbreak. A sponsored ad found by Quartz journalist Jeremy Merrill shows the …

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The deadly & # 39; zombie & # 39; deer disease threats suggest Louisiana lawmakers act: It is & # 39; critical & # 39; to find a treat

Republican Rep. Ralph Abraham does not wait for the deadly so-called "zombie" deer disease to spread to his home state of Louisiana before acting. Abraham, representing the state's 5th state congressional district, recently introduced a bipartisan bill aimed at stopping – and hopefully find a cure – for a disease known as Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). CONTINUED & # 39; …

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