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Kitten Lady Hannah Shaw On 'Tiny But Mighty,' Her Guide To At-Risk Cat Care: NPR

The kitten Hank was infected with fleas and a deadly feline virus before Hannah Shaw took her in. Hank became the cover model for Shaw's new book on neonatal kitten care, Tiny but Mighty. Andrew Marttila and Hannah Shaw / Penguin Random House                                       hide caption toggle caption Andrew Marttila and Hannah Shaw / Penguin Random House               …

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The Ebola drug is a cessation of drug development, experts say

Two new drugs have shown remarkable promise in treating Ebola in a clinical trial, increasing survival rates for people who have recently contracted the disease by 89 and 94 percent. It is surprising that a virus usually kills nearly half of all the people it affects. "From now on we will not say that Ebola will not be able to …

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Too Many Drugs? It May Be Time to Ask Your Doctor About Liaison: Shots

Many seniors take many medications, which can lead to side effects such as confusion, lightheadedness, difficulty sleeping and more. Doctors who specialize in the care of older people often recommend carefully reducing medication costs. [1945901111] Juanmonino / Getty Photos hide caption toggle caption Juanmonino / Getty Images Many seniors take many medications, which can lead to side effects such as …

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Dozens of Midwest teenagers reported being hospitalized with & # 39; severe lung injury, & # 39; respiratory problems

More than a dozen Midwest teenagers who reported vaping were hospitalized with lung issues, stumping doctors looking for what exactly made them sick. Minnesota with "severe lung injury" may be tied to vaping. The cases were announced daily after Illinois health officials reported six cases and at least 12 were confirmed in Wisconsin, state health officials said. There is more …

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The X-Ray of Man Shows His Cock Is Returning

Sometimes, the body grows bone in places it shouldn't. That's the case for a man diagnosed with a very rare condition – his penis turns to bone, according to a new report. The 63-year-old man went to the emergency room after he fell to the sidewalk in his buttocks, according to the report, published in the September issue of the …

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The Swine of Fine Kills Serious Pigs in China: The Salt: NPR

Pigs can be found in a hog pen in Linquan county in Anhui province of central China in July. The number of pigs in China is rapidly declining due to an epidemic of African Fine Fever. [1945901111] Barcroft Media / Barcroft Media via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Barcroft Media / Barcroft Media by Getty Images Pigs can be …

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Tightness of tightness blocks the aging of central nervous system cells

1. Goodell, M. A. & Rando, T. A. Stem cells and healthy aging. Science 350 1199–1204 (2015). 2. Sim, F. J., Zhao, C., Penderis, J. & Franklin, R. J. M. Age-related reduction in CNS remodeling efficiency has been linked to a weakness of both oligodendrocyte progenitor recruitment and differentiation. J. Neurosci . 22 2451–2459 (2002). 3. Gopinath, S. D. & …

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New Treatment for Dead Tuberculosis Strains Has Been a Success

(Newser) – Good news for those with the most recent stage of tuberculosis: It does not mean a death penalty. Scientists discovered a cure for a broad-spectrum drug, or XDR-TB, and on Wednesday, the FDA "endorsed it" effectively, the New York Times report. Only a small percentage of people with tuberculosis – now the leading infectious cause of death in …

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Scientists are finding a way to make sure your diet is gluten-free

Grains can mean serious problems for people with gluten allergy. Alliance photos / Photos of Getty If you are not suffering from gluten, you may be able to breathe (or eat) a little. Scientists from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) have completed the "Grand Slam" of gluten-detection. Now, in addition to looking for specific glutens in three …

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Davis County mosquitoes are positive for West Nile virus

KAYSVILLE – Davis County residents may want to get rid of the mosquito net from the back of the closet if they haven't already. In the last three weeks, "hot spots" of mosquitoes tested positive for the West Nile virus have fallen across the province – in both rural and urban locations. County officials found more than 65 groups of …

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