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"Allergy explosion" across the country in connection with climate change

Get breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE The spring energy season hits much of the country especially hard – and researchers blame for climate change for more intense pollen numbers. It has been a nail in the number of people suffering from seasonal allergies, also called chicken fever or allergic rhinitis, …

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Cochrane Review Backs HPV Wax for Girls, Young Women

It is high assurance that HPV vaccine protects adolescents and young women from pre-cancerous cervical damage, a test of evidence. Examination of 26 studies was the effect of HPV vaccination on cervical cancer prior to cancer, where greater in the initial negative for either hrHPV or HPV 16/18 DNA at the time of registration, reported Marc Arbyn, MD, Belgian Cancer …

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Testing for Zika in US blood supply worth the cost?

FRIDAY, May 9, 2018 (HealthDay News) – Since 2016, every blood donation in the United States has been individually tested for the Zika virus. A new study suggests that it is not worth it. Researchers at the American Red Cross found that approximately 4 million blood samples of blood samples were tested over 15 months. Only eight were positive for …

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Tick bites? Get it tested to see if it's Lyme disease, here's | Depending on WOKV – Jacksonville news, weather and traffic

A 15-year-old Utah girl who checked in with her mother after school on Monday became violently attacked and killed while her mother listened helplessly to the phone. Salt Lake City police investigators seek Shaun French, 24, as a person interested in the battle of Baleigh Bagshaw. According to the department, officers were called to Bagshaw's home shortly after 3:00 AM …

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The woman's runny nose is actually a brain drain leak

It can also cause blurred or double vision, eye pain, hearing problems, tinnitus, spasms, seizures and other symptoms. In severe cases it can be debilitating. Often a leak leaks on its own with bed support, increased fluids and caffeine. But other cases, such as Jackson, require correction. Although CSF leaks were documented for the first time in the 1930s, they …

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You may be breathing Third smoking: Shot

Residues from tobacco smoke can end up in indoor air even in non-smokers. Prawitr Sae Wa Ni / EyeEm / Getty Images hide caption change caption Prawitr Sae Wa Ni / EyeEm / Getty Images Residues from tobacco smoke can end up in indoor air even in non-smokers. Prawitr Sae Wa Ni / EyeEm / Getty Images You may breathe …

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Doctor misses the woman's brain fluid leakage for running nose

For more than two years, Kendra Jackson has treated a continuous and annoying runny nose that caused her to lose sleep as she coughed, sneezed and blew his nose day and night. The 52-year-old turned to physicians and specialists who helped find a treatment, but she often learned that her running nose was the result of a virus or a …

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Surgeons grow the soldier's new ear in her forearm

A soldier who lost her ear will get a new one – when it stops growing under her skin on her forearm. Private Shamika Burrage lost her left ear in a car accident in 2016 when she was only 19 years old. In a rare and remarkable procedure, arm surgeons at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, …

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