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Popular diet worldwide

Every day in almost every corner of the world, people are looking for the best way to maintain a healthy weight. And they spend a lot of money in the process. In the United States alone, people spend more than $ 60 billion a year to lose weight, including gym memberships and diet programs. But no matter how much time …

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Child flu death reported in northern Michigan

OSCEOLA COUNTY, MI – A child has died from the flu in Osceola County, marking the state's first pediatric flu death of the 2018-2019 flue season. Tests determined the child had influenza A / H1N1. [19659002Inthe2017-2018fluseason`185childrendiedfromthefluenationwideandtwowereinMichigan During the 2017-2018 flu season,` 185 children died from the flue nationwide and two were in Michigan. Source link

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The boy in Northern Michigan died from the flu

Northern Michigan children died from the flu OSCEOLA COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN / WGTU) – One child Osceola County died from the flu. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services said the child was infected with the H1-N1 strain. This is the first pediatric flu death in Michigan during this period and 6th nationwide. A spokesman for the health department …

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Some antibiotics may cause aortic aneurysm, FDA warns

(WXYZ) – Antibiotics are powerful, they fight infections and save lives. But the FDA warns us that a common type of antibiotics can cause an aortic aneurysm. And this can lead to deadly bleeding. The type of antibiotics is called Fluoroquinolone. Some are used to treat various diseases such as pneumonia, urine infections, respiratory infections, and the plague. Yes, surprisingly, …

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Implement new rules for prescription opioids in Ohio

Please enable Javascript to view this video CLEVELAND – New regulatory opioids for long-term illnesses will take effect in Ohio to fight the opioid crisis in the state. New rules, which will have the effect on Sunday, require increased communication with patients and establish safety check points for doctors to re-examine whether opioids are needed to treat the disease lasts …

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Specific Checks Friday: White House briefing whoppers

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders returns to the podium this week for the first White House briefing within a month. The briefing came on the same day that former National Security Adviser President Trump Michael Flynn should be sentenced and amid uncertainty if the government shut down the president's demand of $ 5 billion to fund a borders wall. …

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& # 39; The sound and the fury & # 39 ;: Another week at the White House

As an immediate shutdown, White House reporter Josh Dawsey reported President Trump's chaotic week. Editor-in-chief Marc Fisher on the evolution of former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Why Trump is not worried about the backlash from closing Fallout from defense Secretary of Defense James Mattis Thursday night, with a looming government shutdown due to a battle with wall border funding, …

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Recent overdose deaths in Madison County in relation to counterfeit drugs, says MBN

MADISON, Miss – In November and December 2018, police departments of Madison and Ridgeland responded to certain calls about an unresponsive person at homes pronounced dead at the scene. According to the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics, investigators discovered that the source of excessive drug deaths. Today, analysts confirm that the drug taken, which became Xanax, is in fact, fake, containing …

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FDA issues are warning babies with necklaces, bracelets

The Food and Drug Administration is alerting parents about safety hazards related to necklaces and bracelets popular with infants. The FDA said Thursday it received death reports and serious injuries to infants and children – including striking and hardening – caused by gold jewelry like amber teething necklaces. The agency warns that things should not be used to relieve children's …

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