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Patients may be exposed to HIV, hepatitis surgery center

CLOSE More than 3,000 patients at the HealthPlus Surgery Center at Saddle Brook may be exposed to HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C. Amy Newman, NorthJersey The New Jersey Department of Health says that more than 3,000 patients at the HealthPlus Surgery Center at Saddle Brook may be exposed to HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C. there are procedures made …

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Alcohol, coffee can be key to life longer, learning discovery

People who drink a moderate amount of alcohol or coffee and overweight in their 70's are living, according to researchers at the UC Irvine Institute for Consciousness Disorders and Neurological Disorders. Researchers started a 2003 study to see what people were living in the past 90. They say that participants in their studies drink a moderate amount of alcohol or …

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When Concerned About A Future That Will Not Be Far

No one wants to deal with coughing and hacking during the holidays. But with the increase in flu and influenza activity during this time, many of us have experienced such symptoms. But how long should it last? When can one indicate that requires more than over-the-counter drugs? These questions are likely to cross your mind when experiencing a particularly serious …

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New way to see cancer

Caption of image An avatars of a scientist exploring a 3D tumor in a virtual reality laboratory Cambridge scientists have built a 3D virtual reality (VR) cancer, which provides a new way to view the disease. The sample tumor, taken from a patient, can be studied in detail and from all angles, with each individual cell mapped. Researchers say that …

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Study: Drinking alcohol, coffee linked to life in the past 90

Andrew Cliburn, on the left, looked after pouring a glass of champagne to the owner of Joel LaSalle, Current Fish and Oyster, after a partition known as "Zion Curtain" which prevented consumers to see their alcoholic beverages mixed and poured, was brought to the restaurant on Saturday, July 1, 2017, in Salt Lake City. A new Utah law is more …

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Doctors warn a respiratory virus that affects children and adults

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention want to alert you about a respiratory infection that can affect your children and even some adults. Every parent should make sure that their children are winter, so they do not get sick, but the CDC also wants parents to take care of Respiratory Syncytial Virus or RSV. Simon said it was hard to …

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The Ketogenic Diet: Everything You Need to Know

The Atkins Diet may be a far-reaching memory for many of us, but the thing about once-popular fads? They did not appear again. And with the tops of the crop and overalls of the early 2000s, another drawback is the low-carb lifestyle-this time, in the form of a ketogenic diet. And in any case, if you are going on a …

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