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Her legs were stinging. After that, a physician pulled a bandworm from H – CBS News 8 – San Diego, CA News Station

X-ray bandworm in the backbone of women. Vertebral hydatidos By Lilly Price, USA Today Click here to watch video. A 35-year-old French woman went to the emergency room to report a stinging electrical sensation in the legs and the trouble walking. The reason: A banner invaded in her backbone – swelling so much that prevented her ability to walk. In …

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China operates lower prices for cancer medicine: Xinhua

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China's new health insurance regulator will open negotiations with domestic and foreign drug companies to lower cancer drug prices in an attempt to reduce the financial burden on patients, Xinhua News Agency said on Saturday. The State Medical Insurance Administration said it is preparing to include more cancer drugs on the list of eligible medicines and said …

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Pain patients say they are victims of opioid degradation

PORTAGE, Ind. (AP) – When staring at a caricature portrait on her wall by her and her husband, Dawn Anderson began to cry. It was not long before she could go on a Caribbean cruise, where that picture was drawn. Now Anderson is using wheelchair because she has two amputated legs, homebound. Everything says her because of the opioid crisis. …

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Nationwide Smoking Ban in and near public housing has effect in late July

The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced a smoke-free policy in and near local public housing two years ago. HUD said that the policy, which strictly comes into force on July 31, was aimed at encouraging people to quit smoking. Pixabay ) By the end of this month smokers will no longer light cigarettes, cigars and tubes within and …

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Pain patients say they are victims of opioid degradation

PORTAGE, Ind. (AP) – When staring at a caricature portrait on her wall by her and her husband, Dawn Anderson began to cry. It was not long before she could go on a Caribbean cruise, where that picture was drawn. Now Anderson is using wheelchair because she has two amputated legs, homebound. Everything says her because of the opioid crisis. …

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The world's first colored human X-ray applies CERN technology used to search for "god particle"

The world's first colored x-rays of human body parts were released on July 10th. The historical images were taken of the breakthrough technology called MARS spectral x-ray scanner. MARS Bioimaging ] A father and son tandem from New Zealand has introduced the first ever colored X-ray scanner adapted from the technique used to find Higg's boson. Phil (father) and Anthony …

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Babies sleep better when they feed fast foods earlier, suggests study

If you have trouble getting your little ones to sleep, there may be a simple solution. Eating fast food earlier could do the trick, suggests a new report. >> Read more trendy news Both U.K. The National Health Service and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that moms only breastfeed for about six months before introducing solid foods. However, researchers …

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Mystical burns on the teen's face caused by a poisonous plant brush

However, the real cause of the painful first and second degree burns that the 17-year-old suffered from Spotsylvania, Virginia, proved to be somewhat more unusual. "We were working outside a factory and I cut down a bush and it fell and touched my face," told Childress CNN affiliate WWBT. "I have not done anything because I do it all the …

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