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What to Do When Your Allergy Meds Stop Working

I've tried it all: Zyrtec, Allegra, Claritin, Xyzal, Benadryl, Nasacort, Flonase-even a neti pot-and still, I struggle to find one single, effective tool that'll rid my bloodshot eyes and mucus -lined nose once and for all. According to Dr. David Erstein, an allergist at Allergy and Asthma Wellness, Advanced Dermatology, and NYC HHC, if you, too, are struggling to find …

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Can a popular diet include the risk for diabetes and obesity?

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Propionate consumption, a food ingredient widely used in baked goods, animal feeds, and artificial flavors, appears to increase the level of certain hormones associated with the risk of obesity and diabetes, according to new research led by Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health in collaboration with researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital and Sheba Medical …

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US measles outbreak is greatest since the disease was declared removed in 2000

In general, there were 681 measles cases in 22 states this year, according to CNN's analysis on data from state departments and local health. States reporting measles cases are Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Tennessee, Texas and Washington. On Monday, US Centers for Control and Prevention …

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WHO: Babies under 1 year old should not be exposed to any electronic screen

WHO provides screen time guidelines for young children. (iStockphoto / iStockphoto) Infants younger than 1 should not be exposed to any electronic screen, in accordance with the rules released by World Health Organization Wednesday. The agency, which provided its first guidelines, also said that 2 to 4 children should have at least one hour of "sitting on the screen" – …

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The WHO recommends one hour maximum screen time per day for …

* WHO orders the first guidelines for children under 5 years of age * Recommended physical activity, good sleep, limited screen time * Obesity rates rising to children, children around the world by Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA, April 24 (Reuters) – Children aged two to four should not be allowed more than an hour of "sitting on the screen" every days …

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The & # 39; Bug Reflect & # 39; of Blood & # 39; Triatoma Sanguisuga Confirmed to Delaware For First Time

Public health officials confirmed the existence of the so-called "kissing bug" in Delaware for the first time in state history. The insect- Triatoma sanguisuga is a suckling animal creature that eats animals and humans, and has a particular affection for painful faces. While bites themselves are not dangerous, bugs can send parasites causing Chagas disease-a potentially serious illness. According to …

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E. coli outbreak from rotting ground beef grows in 10 states

In people infected today, 20 of them have been hospitalized, said Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Tuesday. No more fatalities. The cases included people eating meat since March 1, it said, but no supplier, distributor or brand of meat has been identified. "Traceback investigations continue to identify the source of raw beef given at grocery stores and restaurant locations …

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K2D Foods Recalls Raw Ground Beef Products Due to Possible E. coli O103 Contamination

EDITOR NOTE: FSIS and our public health partners, including Centers for Control and Prevention of Disease (CDC) and state public health officials, are investigating an E eruption . coli O103. Further testing will continue to determine whether recalled meat products are related to E. coli O103 outbreak. Based on ongoing investigation, additional products can be remembered. WASHINGTON, April 23, 2019 …

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E-Cigarettes May Be Contaminated With Microbial Toxins, Study Finds

Photo: Dondi Tawatao (Getty Images) E-cigarette fans at this point might be getting used to bad news about the chemicals found in their products. A new study out Wednesday adds another potential, if still very unclear, risk to the list. It suggests that many e-cigarette cartridges and refilling e-liquids are contaminated with toxins spewed out by bacteria and fungi. Smoke …

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