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FDA: Hepatitis A case tracked on berries sold in many states including Ohio

Blackberry harvest file (Storyblocks) Blackberry ani collection file (Storyblocks) LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Nebraska and federal health officials say a hepatitis A outbreak that includes Nebraska, Indiana and Wisconsin is being tracked down on blackberries sold at various gram shops in Thyme. The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services said in a news release Wednesday that the outbreak began …

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This permanent puppy has doggie dwarfism

This permanent painting is not short on love. The two-year-old Ranger, a pure German shepherd, had no puppies. His small stature is due to pituitary dwarfism, a genetic condition that appears in several dog breeds, including German shepherds, corgis and basset hounds. Ranger's owner, Phoenix-based Shelby Mayo, knew he had chosen the garbage dump. when he found the petite pup. …

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People were put on suspended animation for the first time

By looking for glasses: Suspended animation is a term we hear in many sci-fi films, often when someone is sent on a long-term space trip. Today, scientists have used the technique in real life for the first time, as a means of repairing severe damage. As reported by New Scientist, Samuel Tisherman, at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, …

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Gunshot Survivors Have Trauma In Years, Studies Finds

The findings of a new study involving firearms survivors may not come as a surprise – but they are not so depressed. This suggests that many survivors were left physically and mentally devastated by their experience, even years later. interviews with more than 180 gunshot survivors who were treated at a local trauma center after January 2008. Most were men …

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Wrexham sepsis death woman 'has been denied antibiotics & # 39;

Copyright copyright Family photo Image caption Samantha Brousas had just started a new job when her condition worsened. The daughter of a woman who died of sepsis after waiting for about three hours in an ambulance said in an inquiry her mother had been denied antibiotics. Samantha Brousas, 49, from Gresford, died on February 23 last year – two days …

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The Russian & # 39; Popeye & # 39; has 3 pounds of & # 39; dead & # 39; muscle removed after DIY bodybuilding injections

A 23-year-old Russian bodybuilder, nicknamed "Popeye" because of his abnormally large biceps, has recently undergone at least three surgeries to remove nearly 3 pounds of "dead" muscle tissue after he injected a dangerous enhancement substance – Synthol – into his bicycles and triceps. Kirill Tereshin used "petroleum jelly" injections, or Synthol oil, to enhance the size of his arms, which, …

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What is a hemorrhoid and how can you get rid of it?

Hemorrhoids are one of the causes of rectal bleeding. (iStock) Dear Dr. Manny, Do I think I may have hemorrhoid? But I'm not sure. What is a hemorrhoid and what can I do about it? Is it like a pimple? Thanks for your question. Hemorrhoids, or piles, are swollen nerves in the nasal cavity. The walls of these blood vessels …

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A New Kind of Migraine Medication Passes a Promised Large-Scale Test

A new class of migraine medicine can make a "huge difference" for those in desperate need of relief. The drug ubrogepant has not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, but is a large-scale clinical trial suggesting that this oral pill may work safely where other treatments no. Within two hours of being taken, researchers found that ubrogepant …

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