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Origin of the Cobb measles outbreak probably identified

Georgia health officials said Monday that they had identified the likely source of a measles outbreak in Cobb County, linking a spate of illnesses to a local family of five who traveled to Florida in late September. families – all of whom have not learned – were likely infected by measles during that trip to Florida, the Georgia Department of …

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The chaotic industry behind the insulin I had to survive

In the winter of 2005, I was so overweight and starved of energy that I went to great lengths to provide my body with any source of sugar. This includes chugging a good Skittles soap that is dissolved in hot water. My siblings thought it was gross. As I drank the drink, we watched Law and Order: The SVU on …

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Doctors offer to provide free flu shots to detained migrants, warns the Trump admin. of the epidemic

A group of physicians, worried that the Trump administration is denying flu vaccines to immigrants in custody, has urged the Department of Homeland Security to accept its offer to provide free shots of flu among California detainees. In a November 5 letter, doctors asked the administration to reconsider the decision not to vacate detained migrants for the flu despite the …

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CRISPR For Sickle Cell Disease Shows Commitment In Early Trial: Shots

As part of a clinical trial to treat cancer of the cell, Victoria Gray (center) has bloodguards drawn by nurses Bonnie Carroll (left) and Kayla Jordan at TriStar Centennial Medical Center at Nashville, Tenn. [1945901111] Meredith Rizzo / NPR hide caption toggle caption Meredith Rizzo / NPR As part of a clinical trial to treat cancer of the cell, Victoria …

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Dyypass surgery, stent? Healthy living may be better

Common heart procedures such as stents and bypass surgery do not prevent heart attacks or deaths more often than lowering cholesterol and lifestyle changes for millions of Americans with chronic illnesses. at heart, a new federal-funded study. Cardiologists often use invasive measures such as inserting stents to open clogged arteries or running a bypass to reroute blood around a blocked …

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Why a spray that is almost identical to the & # 39; party & # 39; ketamine drugs are set to be approved to 'treat' & # 39; the depression

The illegal, hallucinogenic & # 39; party & # 39; Drug ketamine is addictive, physically dangerous and known to increase the risk of suicide. Now a pharmaceutical version, called escetamine (brand name Spravato), is set to be approved as a surprise. Cure for people with depression who are so severe it can drive them to suicide. This prompted protests from …

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