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Now there is a drug to treat chickenpox, just in case

Get breaking news and special reports. SUBSCRIBE The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first medication for the treatment of smallpox, a disease that no longer exists. It is a just-in-case decision to ensure that there is a drug for treating people about contagious chicken ever used as a bioterrorist weapon, the FDA said. "This new treatment gives us …

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Blood pressure linked to lesions, signs of Alzheimer's in the brain

High blood pressure should be treated at 130/80 instead of 140/90, according to the new parameters shown by the American Heart Association, the American College of Cardiology and nine other health promotion organizations. High blood pressure should be treated at 130/80 instead of 140/90, according to the new parameters shown by the American Heart Association, the American College of Cardiology …

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Toddler saves Dad's life with FaceTime

Molly, a 3 year old from Winchester, VA, knew that her father Trevor McCabe was in trouble when he collapsed on the floor on July 4th. Molly did not really understand that her dad had a stroke, she still managed to use her iPhone to FaceTime her mother hoping for help. Devon McCabe worked for her nursing job at a …

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Activation of neurons in the brain may be the key to changing internal clock, new research documents

Summer trips over time zones can be a little easier thanks to a new discovery from researchers in St. Petersburg. Louis. New research from researchers at the city of Washington University discovered a possible way of combating jet lag. In a study published in Neuron on Thursday, researchers indicated how activation of neurons in the brain could change your internal …

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Dog lovers are upset by an op-ed referring to dogs as "parasites"

A procurement published by San Diego Union-Tribune calling dogs "parasites" gets a pretty bad response online. It's probably because it's a terrible tag. The first half of Chris Reed's editorial title "Let's Be Honest America: Dogs are Parasites, not Man's Best Friend" – suggests people have doted their dogs a little too aggressively. A fair point. The doggy spa services …

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Kidney Cancer Case: Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay SEK 4.7 billion in damages

Johnson's baby powder. (Jeff Chiu / Associated Press) A Missouri jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $ 4.69 billion in damages to 22 women claiming that the company's speech powder products caused ovarian cancer. After an eight-hour deliberation on Thursday, women awarded $ 550 million in compensation damages and $ 4.14 billion in punitive damages, "said Mark Lanier, lawyer …

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Mammal eruption diseases more than 500 TN zipline visitors

More than 500 people have reported symptoms, including stomach ache, nausea and vomiting after visiting the CLIMB Works Zipline Canopy Tour in Gatlinburg. The Tennessee Department of Health announced on Thursday that officials continue to look for the cause of the disease. "At this point, we can not point to a simple cause of this outbreak," said John Dunn, Department …

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Pregnant Thousands May Get Depression More Than Their Moms In The 1990s

Being a millennium is no picnic. But a new study published on Friday in the JAMA Open suggests that it is particularly difficult for expectant mothers. It turned out that pregnant women today are more likely to feel depressed than their mothers were during their pregnancies a generation ago. Researchers looked at data from an ongoing population study in Britain …

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Infants die day after showing symptoms of meningitis, says the family

Killy Schultz died June 30 after showing symptoms of meningitis after leaving the day care center. (GoFundMe) The sad family of a 4 month old Virginia boy who died one day after showing symptoms of meningitis talks about vaccines after doctors said they were probably infected by an unvaccinated individual. Killy Schultz, who died June 30, claimed he developed rash …

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