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The woman suddenly did not hear any male voice one night

[Photo via Unsplash/Matthieu A] A woman known today as Ms Chen has been diagnosed with a rare hearing condition. From "hearing loss at low frequency." According to the Daily Mail, only 13,000 people are affected by this court hearing condition in the world. However, sometimes patients and doctors are not usually protected by illness. 19659004] Read more: Dave Grohl beer …

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Single mother of 8 fights aggressive skin cancer

Buy Photo Kim Voelker-Wesley, 41, of Montrose hugs her son Cameron Wesley, 3, as his mother Terrie Gronau of Montrose looks on while sitting in the dining room of her home in Montrose on Thursday, January 3, 2019. Voelker-Wesley is battling skin cancer that spreads to her breast, lungs and liver after being in remission for five years. The disease …

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Why Deep Drowsiness Prevents Alzheimer's Disease

As many of us strive for a very important eight hours of sleep each night, new research suggests that we may focus on the wrong side of the rest, at least in our sense of health. We know that sleep is important for Alzheimer's prevention. However, a recent study conducted by the Washington University School of Medicine may have found …

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Restaurant staff at Bethel were diagnosed with hepatitis A

Bethel McDonald's customer diagnosed with hepatitis A (Public Health of Clermont Co) CLERMONT COUNTY, Ohio (WKRC) – A second time within two days, an employee in a Clermont County restaurant has been diagnosed with hepatitis A At this time, it is McDonald's on West Plane Street at Bethel. There is a very low risk of sickness buyers, however, Clermont County …

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Time In The ICU Means Worse Outcomes For Pregnant Moms With Severe Flu: Shots

Babies of moms who are in the ICU with severe flu have a greater chance of being born premature and underweight.                                                                            Nenov / Getty Images                                       hide caption toggle caption Nenov / Getty Images               Babies of moms who are in the ICU with severe flu have a greater chance of being born premature and …

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Another Clermont County restaurant employee has hepatitis A

BETHEL, Ohio – For the second day in a row, a Clermont County restaurant employee was diagnosed with hepatitis A. Clermont County Public Health said that the diagnosed person works on McDonald's at 625 W. Plane Street at Bethel. Another case was found Wednesday at IHOP at 5699 Romar Drive in Milford. Hepatitis A is one of the few diseases …

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Ebola survivor gives birth to virus-free baby in Congo

JOHANNESBURG – A 4-day-old baby is a surprise spot in Congo's deadly Ebola outbreak, as the country's health ministry Thursday called her the first child born to a mother who has recovered from the virus. "Baby Sylvana "is healthy and does not have Ebola, the health ministry said. It tweeted a photo of the baby, her tiny mouth open in …

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Jillian Michaels restricts the lover's favorite celebrity

Health expert Jillian Michaels announced the ketogenic diet, which has increased in popularity over the past few months. Michaels opened about fashionable high-fat, low-carb food on a video for Women's Health and said it should be & # 39; t was followed. "I do not understand," she said. "Just like, why does anyone think it's a good idea?" Keto diet …

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