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Eggs reduce the risk of heart disease, says the study

Daily egg yolk had an 18% lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, which occurs as a heart attack and stroke compared with adults who avoided eggs, according to the research published Monday in JournalHeart. Commonly called heart disease, cardiovascular disease includes heart failure, arrhythmias and heart valve problems in addition to strokes and attacks. Increased blood pressure, excessive weight …

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Golfer, the scooter bit of rapeseed in Fairhope

A golfer and a shooter were bitten by a butt fox at the Rock Creek Golf Club this weekend, Fairhope said. The male golfer told the police that a red fox ran on him and hit his leg as he left his golf cart around 2:30 am Sunday afternoon. The incident occurred where the strike of Rock Creek crosses the …

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Concerns the new anti-malaria drug tracked by the FDA

WASHINGTON-In recent weeks, a WUSA9 study has focused on an anti-malarial drug called mefloquine. Since the 1980s, tens of thousands of US service members have been ordered to take the drug. It included men and women serving in Somalia, Iraq and Afghanistan. It was thought to prevent malaria, a potentially fatal mosquito carrier disease. Pentagon officials say that it is …

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Veteran: Anti-malaria drugs have lasting side effects – U.S.

Veteran: Anti-malaria medicine has lasting side effects DULUTH, Minn. – Eight years after being deployed in Afghanistan, a veterinarian from Air Air in Washington said that he still lives with the side effects of an anti-malaria drug train time abroad. Shawn Bolf was ordered to take mefloquine 2010, reported KSTP TV. Bolf said that he now has balance and vision …

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Doctor Burnout Fueled by denying Immigrant Care: Shots

Dangerous immigrants often can not get routine dialysis and have to wait until their condition worsens for emergency care. Jake Harper / Side Effects Public Media hide caption change caption Jake Harper / Side Effects Public Media Immigrant immigrants often can not get routine dialysis and have to wait until their condition worsens for emergency care. Jake Harper / Side …

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Education, screening keys in mental health treatment

April Tucker leads a mental health 101 class. Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. April Tucker leads a mental health 101 class. Top Local Stories KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – The topics of suicide and mental health are the ones many try to avoid, but they are more common …

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