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How do you protect yourself from mosquitos with West Nile virus

LAFAYETTE, Ind. WLFI ) – Health professionals report mosquitoes testing positive for West Nile virus in Elkhart and Carroll County. It has not been reported that people are affected by viruses, but officials want to warn people like the mosquito season is progressing. Indiana Health Department said that these positive results occur in almost all counties in the state and …

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Flight crew has a higher number of cancers, Health News, ET HealthWorld

PARIS: Flight crew has higher cancer than the average for some cancers, according to a study of more than 5,000 US flight crew. "We report a higher lifetime prevalence of breast, melanoma and non-melanoma cancer among airline personnel in relation to the public," said Irina Mordukhovich, researcher at Harvard TH Chan Public Health School, and co-author of a study published …

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Minneapolis sucks opioid manufacturers and distributors

Minneapolis on Friday condemned a group of opioid producers and distributors who joined a long list of governments in Minnesota and across the country who have recently brought an action against companies. The city's lawsuit strives for more than a dozen companies, who argue for their actions to promote prescription opioid drugs, such as OxyContin, have caused an abuse crisis …

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SoCal parents spread awareness of genetics, because the children get the same diagnosis of brain cancer

LONG BEACH, Calif. (KABC) – One brother and sister received the same cancer diagnosis within one week. Their parents want to let the public know about their children because the cause is thought to be genetic. Life before Memorial Day weekend was easy for the 6-year-old Kalea, a daredevil skateboarder. Her 4-year-old Noah learned to ride a bike. Then – …

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It may be a shot in the water you swim, please do not swallow it, "says CDC

Every summer, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention put attention to the disgusting state of American bath holes – and their latest investigation tracked thousands of infections back to lakes, rivers and the ocean. A research group analyzed 140 outbreaks that killed nearly 5,000 people, even killing two swimmers between 2000 and 2014. Public parks and beaches accounted for about …

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Federal Judge Blocks Medicaid Work Requirements in Kentucky: Shots

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R-Ky.) Attempts to add work requirements to the state's Medicaid program. A referee has blocked that request. Scott Olson / Getty Images hide caption change caption Scott Olson / Getty Images Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R-Ky.) Attempts to add work requirements to the state's Medicaid program. A referee has blocked that request. Scott Olson / Getty …

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Cancer Survivor, 3, is Flower Girl at the Bone Margener's Wedding

On July 29, 2016, Hayden Ryals helped save 2-year-old Skye Savren-McCormick's life with a bone marrow transplant. Now two years later, Ryals and Skye went for another special day: Ryal's wedding. On June 9, Little Skye earned a flower girl like Ryals, 26, Adrian Ryals, Hartford, Alabama. Talia Savren-McCormick and her husband Todd started on the long journey from their …

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New CDC charts show childhood cancer prices are higher in the northeast

New data show that in the United States, cancer among children is the highest in the northeast and lower in the south. Leukemia is more common in the western states, but the degree of brain cancer and pediatric lymphoma is significantly higher in the northeast. The Alarming Growth of Cancer While experts can not determine the reason why there is …

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