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3 cases of Legionnaires disease follow visits to downtown Atlanta hotel

"Based on epidemiological evidence, we have an outbreak among people who stayed at [Sheraton Atlanta] for the same period," said Nancy Nydam, Communications Director at the Georgia Department of Public Health, on Tuesday. Legionnaires "are a serious form of pneumonia that is not contagious. Guests complaining of lung problems and later diagnosed with Legionnaires" had attended a conference at the …

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Jump jump rope of belly fat?

Exercise and diet can help you get rid of belly fat and body fat in general, but you might wonder what The best exercise to get rid of belly fat is. If you try to get rid of belly fat, you may think that more intense and explosive moments will burn more fat, and you are not necessarily wrong. Jump …

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Mosquitoes in East Side Park confirmed with West Nile virus

July 16, 2019 at 12:08 am Photo by The Vindicator | The Youngstown City Health District was announced Monday by the Ohio Department of Health that mosquitoes tested from a folding spot at Bailey-Johnson Park on the East Side, which gathered the week of June 18, had West Nile Virus. Personal Report YOUNGSTOWN Mosquitoes in place on the city's East …

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Cutting 300 calories a day shows health benefits

However, he added that some people may find calorie restrictions feasible if they combine it with other popular dietary strategies such as the Mediterranean diet, intermittent fasting or reduced carbohydrate intake. The new study provided evidence of how difficult calorie restriction can be. The study participants went through an intensive training program where they learned how to cook calorie goals, …

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Atlanta hotel closes after 3 tests positive for Legionnaires' disease

A downtown Atlanta hotel has closed its doors while officials test for a rare, sometimes deadly, form of pneumonia. Three people who stayed at the Sheraton Atlanta on Courtland Street tested positive for Legionnaires' disease, which is contracted by breathing in mist or swallowing water containing bacteria. The Georgia Department of Health has not yet been able to confirm if …

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Female contracting carnivorous infection at Va. Beach

A Virginia woman is recovering after receiving a carnivorous infection from bacteria on a Norfolk beach. According to WGNT, Amanda Edwards said she was in the water at Ocean View Beach for less than 10 minutes during a Edwards ignored the infection for a few days but told the station that the carnivorous staphy infection became bigger and bigger until …

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The 5G health risk that is not

Dr. Marvin C. Ziskin, an emeritus professor of medical physics at Temple University School of Medicine, agreed. For decades, Dr. Probably whether such high frequencies could sow disease. Many experiments, he said, support the safety of high frequency waves. Despite the well-functioning assessment of the medical facility, Dr. Curry's flawed reports of emergency websites, leading to articles linking cell phones …

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Unlock chemo resistance in cancer

Credit: CC0 Public Domain La Trobe University Researcher Senior Lecturer Hamsa Puthalakath is the first researcher to unlock a long-standing mystery that certain cancers do not respond to treatment with one of the most effective chemotherapeutic drugs: 5-fluorouracil (5-FU). "We are now working on developing a drug that will make 5-FU effective against cancer that is previously resistant to treatment," …

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