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A breakthrough in the fight against citrus greening – News – Ocala.com

A researcher from the team, with the help of a UF researcher, has come up with how to grow the bacteria, which can lead to treatments and disease resistant trees. Washington is known for apples, but scientists at Washington State University – along with colleagues at the University of Florida – may have discovered a long-sought holy grail in the …

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What to know about EEE, a mosquito-borne virus that is increasing

I if you live in Massachusetts or Michigan, you probably hear a lot about these days called EEE. If not, that combination of vowels can make you draw a blank subject. But 2019 is proving to be a big year for Eastern Equine Encephalitis, commonly called the EEE – "triple E" – in short. And if it hasn't hit your …

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How "exergaming" can help people with Parkinson's

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Officials are investigating possible meningitis at North Carolina college

FAYETTEVILLE, NC (AP) – Health Representative in North Carolina is investigating a possible case of bacterial meningitis at Methodist University. Cumberland County officials say the Department of Health was told Saturday that a person affiliated with the university was hospitalized with a “ possible diagnosis of a bacterial meningitis infection. & # 39; & # 39; They did not say …

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Could the latest innovations cure hair loss?

W he do we care about hair? If we're not trying to wax it, pluck it, shave it, dye it, or otherwise forcibly remove it, we're desperately trying to put it back, popping pills, parting what's left, paying for surgery or brazenly painting it on . Anything rather than admit gone, lost, departed. Baldness has an insidious power. "It has …

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Alexa's robotic voice leaving dementia patients "deeply distressed" finds social welfare report

A mazon Alexa's robotic voice causes "deep distress" for dementia patients by telling them to take their medicine, a new report has warned. The technology think tank, Doteveryone, said that older social care patients were often confused by new gadgets and fears that they would replace contact with human caregivers. It was also found that disabled people feared that incoming …

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Over 65? The Utah physician advises on annual memory test

SALT LAKE CITY – For the first time, the country's leading group of brain doctors all 65 years and older recommend getting an annual memory evaluation. "So far, it has been common for doctors to overlook memory disorders. , or at least not search for a memory problem. And many doctors have known that they should not look for such …

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Climate change threatens health in the Pacific Northwest

SEATTLE – Around this time last year, news outlets blazed worrying headlines: Breathing the air outside was as bad as smoking several cigarettes. Wildfire haze wasted the sun and made the moon orange. Weather apps simply listed the forecast as "smoke." However, just because this summer has been completed does not mean that the environment is doing well. While smoke …

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