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100 californians sick of Norovirus from raw oysters

CALIFORNIA – At least 100 people in California have reported that they feel sick after consuming raw British Colombian oysters, health officials said in the week. The oysters harvested from southern and central Baynes Sound, in British Columbia, Canada, are linked to an outbreak of noroviral disease. Laboratory test confirmed norovirus infection in several patients from both California and Canada. …

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"Juuling": 5 Things to Know About the Youth Warming Trend

A college pensioners video about the trend of "juuling", a type of e-cigarette use popular with teenagers, has highlighted how appealing and addictive e-cigarettes – especially "JUUL" – can be teenagers, with children as young as 14 speak sincerely about using the device. In April, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb emphasized what the Agency did to stop using e-cigarettes among teens …

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Adapting to the cold gave us the migrants

A genetic variation that had helped early humans adapt to cold weather can contribute to migraine headaches in some populations today, according to a new study. Migraines are a weakening neurological disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. The proportion of people suffering from the disease varies between human populations, but is greatest in individuals of European descent, which is …

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Delaware health officials launch the Lyme Disease Awareness campaign

The Delaware Department of Health warns residents that with spring's arrival and the warmer weather there will be spots, fleas, mosquitoes and increased risks for vector-borne diseases. Whether they live at home or travel in the coming months, DPH wants to remind Delawareans of the risk of these diseases, including the Lyme disease, Zika and West Nile Virus and sharing …

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Doctors warn for connection scans

Women who did not undergo a routine breast cancer examination due to a computer malfunction should not participate in contracted appointments, says a group of doctors. They are told to "continue with their lives" as the program can do "more harm than good". In a letter published in The Times, 15 medical staff, including doctors and university professors, said that …

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High blood pressure: Five summer fever to cut your BP reading Health | Life and style

High blood pressure or high blood pressure symptoms include headache, vision loss and breathlessness. They often arise when the condition becomes more difficult, which means that many people live with the state without realizing. Public Health England explains that for every 10 people diagnosed with the condition, another seven are unaware that they have it. Blood Pressure UK says that …

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Watertown Daily Times | Get ticked about Lyme disease threats

The disadvantage of fine weather is that ticks like it as well. Black mosquitos and mosquitoes can take fun on a day of hiking or gardening, but a single deer park can destroy a whole summer if it transmits Lyme or other serious disease. Fortunately, there is a relatively new tool in the fight against deer horses: mice. As late …

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Salmon Safety Explained | Local

These events have occurred in the last two weeks: a salad salad salad is served at a professional conference in Boise; A pregnant employee is serving a salad salad at a local restaurant and asks me if she and her children are safe, and a fast food establishment has a sign referring to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) ban …

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Breast Cancer Call Handlers "Are Only Given One Hour Exercise"

Breast screening hotline employees are only given one hour of training before dealing with women's cases, it has been reported. (Image: DPA) Breast screening hotline staff is only given one hour of training before dealing with women's cases, it has been reported. Call management for the government's breast cancer screening hotline is also dependent on a "fiddle" of symptoms. London …

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The woman tells the cruel roach-in-ear story

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Are you screaming? They are the collective sounds of primary anxiety after reading a Florida women's account of waking up with a palmetto bug in the ear. (It's the funny name of a flying cockroach, for those who do not know the smashed Sunshine State insects.) Katie Holley's awesome experience happened on the morning of April …

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