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Children are using too much toothpaste, it's unhealthy: CDC

Children are brushing their teeth with so much toothpaste, it's unhealthy, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 40 percent of kids ages 3- to 6-years-old use more toothpaste than recommended by dentists, a CDC study found. The CDC and the American Dental Association recommend that children in that age group should use no more than a …

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Study: Many small US children use excessive toothpaste

Mike Stobbe, Ap Medical Writer Updated 10:42 am PST, Sunday, February 3, 2019 This photo file on Wednesday, October 28, 2009 shows toothpaste with a toothbrush in Marysville, Pa. A report released by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday, January 31, 2019, says so many young children use excessive toothpaste, increasing their risk of streaky or splotchy teeth …

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Vaccines against rabies cost Utah $ 50k family after death

Before Gary Giles died of rabies, 25 members of his family visited him at the hospital, reported by KSL-TV. That decision could cost his loved ones $ 50,000 in potential "live-saving" treatments. Gary Giles, 55, the first rabies in Utah since 1944, reported by KUTV after he died in November. Giles, of Moroni, Utah, is a father of four and …

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Washington measles outbreak grows to 48 confirmed, 7 suspected cases

VANCOUVER, Wash – Clark County health officials have confirmed four measles cases as the outbreak continues to grow, made for 47 confirmed cases and seven suspected cases since the beginning of the year . Since January 23, there has been a confirmed case in King County, upping the overall sum of the Washington state in 48 confirmed cases. << Full …

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Flu widespread in 45 states, causing deaths of 24 children

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the flu continues to be widespread in 45 states and has caused 24 pediatric deaths.                       Triage nurses said a contributing factor is that people do not understand the difference between a common cold and influenza.                      Both are respiratory illnesses. However, they are caused by different viruses. …

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