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Modesto doctors sold recipes to 4 undercover agents

A Modesto doctor is required to sell opioid prints for cash and faces 20 years in federal prison, the US law firm told the Eastern District of California. Dr. Sawtantra Kumar Chopra, 71, a specialist on lung and sleep medicine, was arrested on Thursday morning. He faces a 23-year prosecution in the case. He claimed prescriptive opioid for "multiple patients …

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E. Coli Flare-Up is the largest multistate outbreak since 2006

The episode 2006, the last major outbreak greater than the present, was traced to spinach and linked to 238 diseases and five deaths, according to CDC . Nobody has died of the current outbreak, half of these sickened have been hospitalized, with nine developing a form of renal failure. Those affected so far vary in age from 1 to 88 …

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Autism prevalence increases: 1 of 59 American children

Autism spectrum disorder, a development disorder, is characterized by communication and social interaction problems with accompanying repetitive behavioral patterns. "Parents Know Their Child Best," said Daisy Christensen, co-author of the new report and monitoring team leader in development disorder of CDC's National Center for Nursing and Developmental Disabilities. "We want to encourage parents to be aware of their children's development, …

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Friends and family can help fight diabetes

(Reuters Health) – People with diabetes can have healthier blood sugar levels when they get a lot of encouragement from family and friends to help them overcome stress to deal with their disease, suggests a US study. Researchers examined 308 veterans with diabetes, all of whom had a person in their lives – often a spouse or an adult child …

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Autism may be more common than previous thought; CDC says that 1 in 59 American children have autism spectrum disorder

About 1 in 59 children in the United States live with autism spectrum syndrome according to a report published today by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which tracks autism in 11 communities across the country. It is a higher number than the previous estimate, released in 2016, which found 1 out of 68 children in the United States has …

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Study triples the number of known depression genes

A study of nearly half a million people has discovered 30 new genes linked to depression and triple numbers known to play a role in the debilitating disease. The same enlarged basket of depression genes also supports other psychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia, discovered a consortium of nearly 250 researchers. "This is a game exchange," says Patrick Sullivan, director of …

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Brains Can Be Alive Outside The Body With A New Medical Technique

UPROXX / Shutterstock Futurama or the notorious Jan-In- The-Pan from The Brain That Would not Die : Keeping the human mind alive, outside the body. Og det viser sig at vi faktisk har gjort mange fremskridt på dette område, som åbner helt nye avenyer for forskning og fyring af enorme samfundsmæssige og etniske argumenter, så intense forskerne bakom denne teknik …

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Eating dark chocolate is good for you, studying claims – KFDA

(RNN) – Chocolate lover, it turns out that eating your favorite treat can give a good mood and health, but there is a catch. Eating chocolate with a high concentration of cocoa – at least 70 percent – can help reduce a person's stress levels, as well as increase mood, memory and immunity, according to two studies from Loma Linda …

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Next drug will take back the day valid for April 28th in Tennessee

Buy Photo The number of hospital stays for Tennesse's 65 years and older due to analgesics has more than tripled in a decade. Buying Photos Household Descriptions have long been running T Tennessee's opioid crisis, which often serves as a source of support for long-term addicts who are born through relatives seeking pain-relieving pills or for curious teenagers who try …

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