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Statins do NOT cause memory loss despite fear that they may damage cognitive health

Statins DO NOT cause memory loss despite fear that drugs could damage cognitive health, suggests major new study Katherine Samaras surveyed 1,037 people who used statins for nine years Mrs. Samaras, at the Garvan Institute, found no results of statins "deterioration memory" Garvan, Australia, used 13 different tests and brain scans on people 70 to 90 It aims to provide …

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6th deaths linked to EEE reported

Share this story! Tell friends in your social network what you read about 6th deaths associated with Eastern Equine Encephalitis reported Berrien County Health Department officials said Monday the victim was one of two people who suffered the mosquito-borne virus. Send to Facebook Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Published! A link has been sent …

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Weed smoking can increase the risk of stroke, arrhythmia in young adults, warns the American Heart Association

Frequent use of cannabis linked to increased risk of stroke, arrhythmia, studies suggest The results of both studies were presented at the American Heart Association & # 39; s Scientific Sessions 2019, and the association warns that both physicians and cannabis users should be cautious of the consequences. DALLAS – Frequent use of cannabis in young adults was associated with …

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Gosen hospital patients potentially susceptible to infectious diseases

GOSHEN, Ind. (WNDU) Patients who underwent surgery at Gosen Hospital may have been exposed to infectious diseases due to an equipment sterilization problem between April 1 and September 30. According to our reporting partners at Gosen News, the hospital's CEO and CEO announced that a sterilization technician for surgical instruments failed to complete one of the necessary steps between April …

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A rare genetic disorder made these siblings "blood" milky "white

A rare genetic disorder caused three siblings' blood to be flooded with fat and become "milky" white, according to a new report on the unusual case. The three siblings consisted of a set of brother twins (a daughter and son) and an older son, all born to a first cousin couple in a Dutch family in Pennsylvania. In the teens …

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Government closes schools, requires vaccinations: NPR

Pictured are measles, mumps and rubella vaccines. New Zealand officials sent 3,000 doses of the vaccine to Samoa ahead of a measles epidemic. Seth Wenig / AP hide caption switch captions Seth Wenig / AP In the picture are vaccines against measles, mumps and rubella. New Zealand officials sent 3,000 doses of the vaccine to Samoa ahead of a measles …

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Seattle Children's Hospital closes 10 operating rooms after mold kills six

Seattle Children's Hospital has closed ten of its operating rooms to install new air filtration systems after connecting six deaths to patients with mold infections. " CEO Jeff Sperring said during a news conference Monday." So far, we have not succeeded. " Between 2001 and 2018, 14 patients developed aspergillus surgical site infections. Of these, 14 died, six patients. We …

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Michigan Farmer becomes sixth person in state to die after receiving Mug-Borne EEE virus

A Michigan farmer has died after receiving the mosquito-borne virus Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). <p class = "canvas atom canvas text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services confirmed farmer died after complications with the virus on Saturday, local seller WOOD-TV reported. "data-reactid =" …

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