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Live rabid bat found in Seal Beach

A live bat recently found in front of a Seal Beach department store tested positive for rabies, making it the fifth rabid bat found in Orange County last month, officials said health on Thursday. The bat was found about 8 p.m. Sunday in front of Kohl's, at 12345 Seal Beach Blvd. Rabid detectives were found in Anaheim on Sept. 18 …

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Middlesex County is also the 3rd state case of West Nile virus

State health officials on Thursday announced confirmation of a third-person West Nile virus case in Massachusetts this year. The virus was discovered in a man in the 60s from Middlesex County last month, a spokesman for the state Department of Public Health said in a statement. "We continue to emphasize the need for people to protect themselves from mosquito bites, …

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3 things to know about the high number of STD cases in California

Three different types of sexually transmitted diseases have been at their highest in 30 years, according to California health officials. Syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia are in California. Across the United States, infections from both three STDs increased for the fifth consecutive year. More than 1.7 million cases of chlamydia were reported last year, according to the Center for Disease Control …

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Thanks to Trump, STD rates have hit a record high

On Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released an annual report revealing the number of combined cases of syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia a record high last year. Titled "Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance Report", the report noted that in 2018, there were more than 2.4 million infections in syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia – an increase of more than …

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American Airlines passengers report possible exposure to hepatitis A

Thirty-six American Airlines passengers were discovered to have been exposed to hepatitis A by a flight attendant, ABC affiliate WSOC-TV reported. A representative for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said. Business Insider informed that the American Airlines flight attendant mentioned in the WSOC-TV story has confirmed that hepatitis A. The arriving flight had symptoms of multiple illnesses, …

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Vaping health crisis: the latest in lung injury and other risks

In recent years, public health authorities have been sounding the alarm about teenagers firing – especially as the popular Juul vape has taken place on social media. But more recent vaping safety crises are a bit more concrete: vape pens explosion, seizures, and lung injury. Prior to the abduction of attention in the lungs, lawmakers were nervous about how many …

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Viagra Can Be Good Someday How We Do Stem Cell Transplants

The long story of sildenafil citrate, known by the brand Viagra, may have another chapter here. Researchers at the University of California Santa Cruz believe the drug could improve how we perform bone marrow transplants, as part of a combination therapy that allows doctors to harvest stem cells from in patients faster and safer than traditional methods. So far, however, …

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Scientists designed a drug for just 1 patient. Her name is Mila.

A new drug, created to treat just one patient, has pushed the bounds of personalized medicine and has raised unexplored regulatory and ethical questions, scientists reported Wednesday. The drug, described in the New England Journal of Medicine, is believed to be the first “custom” treatment for a genetic disease. It is called milasen, named after the only patient who will …

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