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Mosquito bombs can follow flood conditions

When flood water receded over central Pennsylvania, entrepreneurs of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection began an antenna attack on what might otherwise be a boom in mosquito populations in the coming weeks. Helicopter Applicators Inc. in Gettysburg on Monday morning began spraying a larvicide over nearly 3,000 acres in the Cumberland, Dauphin and Lebanon counties. "The great rains have …

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Police officers who died during exercise exercise had rare conditions

Officer Nguyen died on July 6th after collapsing under a mile mileage. (Fox 8) Cleveland police who killed last month after collapsing during an exercise test had a rare condition that caused toxins to be released into his bloodstream. The doctor's office said that 50-year-old Vu Nguyen, who died on 6 July after being transferred to the Cleveland Clinic, suffered …

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Childhood survivors face "economic toxicity"

Researchers say new studies point to the need for doctors to discuss the economic burdens for cancer with their patients. Laurie McGinley August 1 at 9:00 E-mail author Christ Lowery was 13 when a doctor found a grapefruit size in the back – a rare cancer called Ewing sarcoma – and treated her with aggressive radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Years later, …

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The first human vests virus bag was found in Michigan

MICHIGAN – Michigan officials have confirmed the first human western viral infection in 2018 after a blood donor tested positive for mosquito-borne viruses in Sanilac County, located in the Michigan region. "This is an important reminder of being vigilant and protecting against mosquito bite throughout the summer and fall," says Dr. Eden Wells, Head of Medical Care and Human Resources …

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How lower blood pressure could prevent dementia and why you should not wait until middle life assumes a control system

For patients with high blood pressure who hope to ward off dementia, doctors have the same advice for those who want to protect their hearts and kidneys: go lower. In a comprehensive new study, researchers found that reducing patients' systolic blood pressure to a new lower target level reduced the risk of developing mild cognitive impairment or MCI by close …

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"Changing Life": Mum Credits New Cannabis Oil Study Using Daughter's Epilepsy

The 16-year-old Abigail Weightman lived too much of his life. The Pickering Holder is affected by Dravet Syndrome – an incurable, rare form of epilepsy that causes seizures, significant developmental delays and learning difficulties. Her family tried 14 different medications over the years to cope with her assault, said Abigail's mother, Laura. Nothing really worked until she became part of …

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Invasive, dangerous exotic birds seen in Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG, Pa. – The occurrence of an invasive and dangerous species of fortress has been confirmed in Pennsylvania. Test from the National Veterinary Services Laboratory in Ames, Iowa has confirmed the presence of Asian or Longhorn tick, discovered on a wild deer in Center County. It is known to carry several diseases that infect pigs and livestock in Asia. So …

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8 Warning signs of lung cancer

August 1 is observed World Lung Cancer Day 2018. Lung cancer continues to be one of the most common canclarna worldwide. On the World Cancer Day, the idea is to raise awareness that lung cancer claims more lives each year than colon, breast and prostate cancer. Lung cancer estimates approximately 1 in 5 cancer deaths globally. World Lung Cancer Day …

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Chicken most likely to make you sick, CDC disease data show

A new analysis of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention can make you think about some aspects of your healthy diet. CDC examined the causes of "outbreaks" where two or more people get the same disease after eating a regular food. Recognizing that contaminated foods are the cause of 9.4 million diseases each year – and have been blamed for …

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