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Researchers demonstrate the right way to remove an embedded …

What is the best way to remove an embedded field? Tick season has arrived in Michigan – and that's not good. Although ticks can spread several diseases, the Lyme disease is the most commonly reported attachment borne disease in Michigan. Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and is transmitted by black bulls / deer. Related: 5 invasive …

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Researchers create mind-based hearing aids | Society

An intelligent hearing aid that allows the user to focus on specific voices has been created by researchers, who say that it could transform the ability of people with hearing loss to handle noisy environments. The unit mimics the brain's natural ability to sing out and enhance a voice against background calls. So far, the most advanced hearing aids are …

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New York machine outbreaks: Anti-vaccination rallies draw crowds

Rockland County, New York, has been hit hard by the measles outbreak. It did not prevent anti-vaccination groups holding a rally in the Monday evening area that attracted hundreds of participants, most of the ultra-Orthodox Jews. "Vaccine Symposium" was sponsored by a Jewish group based in Monsey, New York. Participants referred religious beliefs and pseudoscience as they claimed the efficacy …

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Diagnosis For Ear Infections: There May Be An App For That: Shots

Dr. Randall Bly, an assistant professor of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery at the University of Washington School of Medicine who practices at Seattle Children's Hospital, uses the experimental smartphone app and a paper funnel to check his daughter's ear.                                   Dennis Wise / University of Washington                      hide caption toggle caption Dennis Wise / University of Washington          Dr. …

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Officials confirm 1 adult milk case in Utah County

PROVO – Utah County Health Officers have confirmed that an unvaccinated adult has contracted honey, according to a Tuesday press release from the Utah County Health Department. Officials did not release additional information about the person. It is the first known case of furrows reported along the Wasatch Front so far this year. Cums are a highly contagious viral disease …

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Philadelphia soda tax causes falling sales, study findings

CLOSE Philadelphia became the first major US city with a soda drain on Thursday despite a multi-million dollar campaign by the beverage industry to block it. The City Council gave final approval to a 1.5 cent per ounce tax on sweet drinks. (June 1st AP Soda sales fell in Philadelphia after the implementation of a tax on them according to …

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2 Colerain high school students diagnosed with whooping cough

Two students at Colerain High School have been diagnosed with pertussis, more commonly known as whooping cough, said school officials in a letter sent to parents. Official classes will continue as usual, but if you are sick they will not say to the school. Doctors said whooping cough is an infection that affects the airways and is easy to spread …

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2 more cases reported in the same family as previous cases, says Allegheny County Health Department

THIRD PLACES EXPORTED FOR THE GOALS. CUSTOMERS GO IN AND WITHOUT RED WHITE AND BLUE COLLECTION WITH NO GROUP. THE FOOD IS PREPARED IN THE MILKY MOON CUSTOMER FOR CUSTOMERS USED. These two sites along with the national aviator were designated for the measurements between April 17 and 28. ALLEGHENY COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT REVIEWS THE ONLY PEOPLE WHO ARE INTERESTED …

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