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Larkana's HIV outbreak – the newspaper

For several years, fireflies arose in small towns and villages of Sindh; bonfires turned to bushfires, and shrubs quickly accelerate the forest. Brave firefighters are fighting against the combustion. The fires characterize the three deadly viruses: hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and sometimes the bacterium that causes syphilis. Everyone can be transmitted through almost …

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Man with measles potentially exposes the public in King, Pierce County

Health managers say a Pierce County man tested positive for measles after visiting several public places while infectious. The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department says this case is not associated with the latest traveler diagnosed with measles announced by healthcare professionals last week. "We urge them [who do not have immunity] to determine if they were in any of the places …

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HIV from donated blood revealed

But Bumrungrad International Hospital, where the man has received treatments for years, said the infected blood came from Thai Red Cross Society and it was probably the anonymous donor was in a "window period" – before it was possible to detect HIV in the blood. The case has nevertheless triggered alarm and public questions about the safety of blood provided …

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"Pink drink" treatment of brain cancer rolled out over the NHS can save thousands of lives | British news

By Inzamam Rashid, Sky News Reporter A "pink drink" that allows surgeons to target brain tumors by causing them to glow under blue light has been rolled out over the NHS. Professor Keyoumars Ashkan, leader of neuro-oncology at Kings College Hospital in London, told Sky News that aviation could save thousands of lives across the UK every year. A fluid, …

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Dogs with bacterial disease discovered in Iowa

DES MOINES, Iowa (KCCI) – Several cases of a bacterial disease have been found in dogs in central Iowa, state officials say. State Veterinary Dr. Jeff Kaisand said dog brucellosis appeared to originate from a small dog's commercial breeding facility in Marion County. Both the animals and the plants are quarantined while the dogs undergo clinical testing. Brucellosis is a …

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A Massive New Study of 347,077 People Just Revealed Exactly How Much Coffee You Should Drink Each Day. (Before the Health Dangers Outweigh the Benefits)

The big unanswered question, however, has been there any amount of coffee that's actually "too much." Now, a brand new study that examined 347,077 coffee drinkers, seems to have been found in the answer: the exact number of cups of coffee at which health problems might start to show up, and could even outweigh the benefits. hide the ball, By …

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Springville mom gets the gift of life from her son

MURRAY – Gwen Finlayson is the type of mother who does not want to carry her children, especially since her health continued to deteriorate. "I have always thought that if you are enthusiastic enough, it will carry the day," she said. She struggled with the complications of autoimmune hepatitis for 27 years and was diagnosed with liver cirrhosis for five …

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Tarrant counties named at most in the risk list for outbreaks of measles

Tarrant County is one of 25 counties across the country that has been identified as the most vulnerable to abuse of measles. According to researchers at the University of Texas at Austin and Johns Hopkins University, more than 700 confirmed measles cases in 22 states have been reported since January 2019. It is almost twice as much as last year …

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