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The long-term Ebola outbreak immunization strategy is on fire

T World Health Organization vaccination strategy in the long-running Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is under fire, along with Doctors Without Borders accusing the vaccine management agency and calling for an independent committee to ensure "clearer management" of the situation. The broad, issued on Monday, follows a longstanding effort by Doctors Without Borders to campaign for …

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2 new lung-related vaping disorders confirmed in Mississippi

2 new lung-related vaping disorders have been confirmed in Mississippi 3 total cases reported, according to MSDH officials Updated: 1:18 PM CDT Sep 23, 2019 Two new lung-related vaping disorders have been reported in Mississippi, bringing the state total to three, state health officials said Monday. The three patients were between 28 and 33 years old, officials with the Mississippi …

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Tanzania incarcerated in suspected Ebola cases, WHO warns

<img src = "https://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/GettyImages-1163047131-800×533.jpg" alt = "Staff from South Sudan's Ministry of Health puts on the protection of an Ebola preparation drill conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO) during an Ebola preparation drill conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO). The United Republic of Tanzania has not been fulfilled about some reports of suspected Ebola cases in the country, …

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Her Alzheimer's Research Includes Her Wife

Natick, Mass. As a living Alzheimer's researcher, Dorene Rentz seen multiple scans of the brain with amyloid plates, an unexplained sign of the disease that destroys the brains and memories of its victims. He never imagined that one day his 73-year-old wife would be part of a clinical trial he had helped design, whose overall cognitive outcome he would help …

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Sickness From Exercise? Brisk Walks Can Make a Difference: shot

Emma Dehne, who lives in Chapel Hill, N.C., has weakened knee pain, beginning at age 40, and was eventually diagnosed with osteoarthritis. Back then, climbing the stairs was extremely painful, he said, and exercise seemed out of the question. [1945901111] Eamon Queeney for NPR hide caption toggle caption Eamon Queeney for NPR Emma Dehne, who lives in Chapel Hill, N.C., …

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Expanded e-cigarettes can kill lung cells, study found | 1 NEWS NOW

New research in Australia published this morning suggests that selling e-cigarettes can kill lung cells. the same flavor, (the apple was used for research), purchased from different suppliers may have different effects. "We found that each of these flavors actually has different chemicals in it and they all have the ability to kill airway cells and affect immune cells even …

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