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South Carolina restaurant employees are positive for hepatitis

ABCs of hepatitis: What is the difference between A, B, and C? Hepatitis is a disease characterized by inflammation of the liver. It occurs in many ways, including hepatitis A, B and C. But what do the titles of letters mean, and how do they differ from one? By × Hepatitis is a disease characterized by inflammation of the liver. …

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Fastest uprising: Potential exposure is reported at the New Jersey Newark Liberty International Airport

Measles: What you need to know before flying The New Jersey Department of Health has reported another possible measles exposure at Newark Liberty International Airport, reported by CBS New York. Officials said that an international traveler who was diagnosed with measles was at the airport on May 29. The individual arrived at Terminal B from Tokyo, Japan, and left for …

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New clues on tissue damage identified in rheumatoid arthritis and lupus

News Release Research supported by the Accelerating Medicines Partnership (AMP) on Rheumatoid Arthritis and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (RA / SLE) provides new insights into tissue damage for these autoimmune conditions. Findings include the identification of novel molecular signatures related to immune system signaling in kidney cells that may reflect their active role in disease process; molecular targets, including specific white …

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FDA warned of cancer-causing chemical found in heart pill

A pharmacy warned the Food and Drug Administration that it found a chemical believed to cause cancer in a widely used blood pressure medication, according to a filing from the federal agency. Valisure, an online pharmacy company licensed in 37 states , told the FDA last week that high levels of dimethylformamide were found in valsartan, a drug produced by …

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Delaware and New Jersey bakers: Vibrio vulnificus has become more common in Delaware Bay due to climate change, study findings

A dangerous food-eating bacteria may rise to some famous beaches on the East Coast due to the heating of the water temperature. In the last two years, five cases of Vibrio vulnificus a bacterial-eating bacterial infection spreading or food contaminated seafood Delaware Bay, according to a study. Vibrio vulnificus often occurs in high salinity, salty water with above temperature above …

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Suicide rates rise to American teens, says study

An increase is especially evident among 15 to 19 year olds and young men, according to a research published Tuesday in the medical journal JAMA. Finding hits near home for first paper author, Oren Si Miron, a research associate at Harvard Medical School. "In high school, my friend was hurt, and unfortunately he took his life," says Miron. "He had …

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People exposed to hard bats in Duval County

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Florida Department of Health in Duval County has provided a Monday reminder for everyone to avoid contact with wild animals after a person is exposed to an avid bat. According to a release from the Department of Health, residents are encouraged to avoid contact with wild and wild animals to further protect themselves from the risk …

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The & # 39; brutal truth & # 39; for children who are alcohol-damaged

Image copyright Judith Knox Photo caption Judith Knox's adopted son has "big problems" A mother laid the "cruel truth" of raising her adopted son after she was left untreated due to exposure to alcohol in the womb. Judith Knox said her 12-year-old son had other behavioral problems as a result of the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). It is estimated …

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Some patients brought opioids suddenly in the middle of the opioid battle, says the lobbyist

SALT LAKE CITY – While Utah and the country are referring to the opioid epidemic, many of the severely ill suffered while taking doctors or raising their medicines, a spokesperson told Monday's legislators. Some people have trouble getting their prescriptions from pharmacies and others are "tapered" or their opioid pressure is suddenly discontinued, which can cause serious withdrawal symptoms of …

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The prehistoric agreement in Turkey shows signs of modern excitement

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Sobra. Violence. Contagious disease. Environmental damage. This may sound like the worst of modern mega-cities. A researcher has been digging through the ruins of Catalhoyuk, a prehistoric settlement located in south-central Turkey, home from 9,100 to 7,950 years ago, in this photo released from Istanbul, Turkey, June 17, 2019. Scott Haddow / Handout by REUTERS But people …

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