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DNA testing is used to help prescribe antidepressants.

Grit alone Linda Greene got through her husband's muscle dystrophy, traumatic damage to her daughter's brain, and her own mysterious illness lasted for three years and left her vomiting every day before Doctors identified the cause. But ultimately, after many days sitting at her desk at work crying, she went to see her doctor for help. He prescribed an antidepressant …

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Cannabis is intentional people, says the study

At a conclusion that the state would not legalize the fun use of marijuana, a study found about a third of psychotic disorders in London was caused by cannabis use. Lancet's study concluded that getting cannabis every day triples the chance of a mental disorder. "But the use of high-grade forms of active ingredients made by THC uses five times …

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The US has been the first organ transplant from HIV donors

WASHINGTON: Baltimore's Surgeons did what was thought to be the world's first kidney transplant from a living donor with HIV, a milestone for AIDS-infected patients requiring new organs – and one that Free space transplant waiting list for everyone. Nina Martinez of Atlanta traveled to Johns Hopkins University to donate a kidney to a HIV-positive stranger, saying "she wants to …

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Kale named one of the & # 39; dirtiest & # 39 ;, most pesticides-contaminated veggies in the new report – Health News

(WTHR) – Kale, often called a "superfood" healthy, is named as one of the most polluted and most contaminated scattered veggies, according to a new report. A report from the Environmental Working Group found that nearly 70 percent of products sold in the U.S. have pesticide residues. The most fascinating finds from the EWG assessment of the data analysis of …

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Many in Congo Do Not Believe Ebola Virus Is Real

Health experts are concerned about Ebola Virus Disease spreading in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Eastern Congo is currently facing the second-deadliest Ebola outbreak in history. More than 600 people have already died from the disease since last August. Hundreds more are infected. But a recent study found that one out of four people questioned in eastern Congo …

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Toronto's Public Health warns of measles measles in Vaughan Mills

Toronto Public Health says investigating a confirmed measles case in an elderly person who has acquired infection in another country. The public may be exposed to measles virus on March 20 at Vaughan Mills, 1 Bass Pro Mills Dr., between 4 pm and 10 pm. Measles are a very infectious disease that is easily spread to vulnerable people. Anyone who …

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