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Youngest American face transplant recipient reunited with MetroHealth therapists

Please enable Javascript to view this video CLEVELAND– A very special Cleveland homecoming, of a variety, for a woman who is the youngest recipient of face transplant in the country. It was an emotional reunion two years in the work of 23-year-old face transplant patient Katie Stubblefield and MetroHealth therapists who played an instrumental role in the success of the …

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Rock Falls boy confirmed with rare case of AFM

ROCK FALLS, Illinois (KWQC) – Danielle Finkle's son, Hudsyn, lost the function in his left arm and had trouble walking after what began to get cold a few months ago. She had the feeling that he could have acute windy myelitis (AFM) after doing some research, but now she knows a fact. "Not once has that child ever asked me," …

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Trapped in NYC Federal Failure Go to Hunger Strike After Shutdown

Photo: iStock When the government's suspension rolls forward, inputs to federal prisons have not been able to see their families, lawyers, and in some cases have been unable to receive medicine. In response, prisoners in a high security federal prison in New York have contravened a hunger strike. A group of prisoners at the Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) in Manhattan …

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Here's why you shouldn't panic

Outdoor cats can be exposed to harmful bacteria – including plague – through interactions with infected wildlife (the cat depicted does not suffer from plague). [19659003] Credit: Shutterstock A house cat in Wyoming has recently been diagnosed with bubonic plague; It is now the third feline in the state that has found that the fatal disease has been going on …

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Why have cancer cells not undergone genetic digestion?

Cancer cell during cell division. Credit: National Institute of Health Cancer first develops as a single cell that goes rogue, with mutations triggering aggressive growth at all costs to the health of the organism. But if cancer cells accumulated harmful mutations faster than they could be cleared, would the population eventually die out? How does cancer cells avoid complete genetic …

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Chocolate is better than cough syrup for curing your cough, study says

(KARE) – You may be better off in a bar of milk chocolate instead of medicine the next time you have a cough, British doctors say. According to the Daily Record, Professor Alyn Morice at The University of Hull says "chocolate can calm coughs". The doctor says researchers have just seen the results of a recent study of over-the-counter medicine. …

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Clark County outbreak: 2 have measles, 11 others suspected to have it

Two unvaccinated children in the Vancouver area have confirmed cases of the measles, public health officials said Tuesday, and it's unclear if the outbreak is connected to another case from earlier this month. Clark County Public Health officials are investigating the two confirmed cases plus an additional 11 suspected cases, all among children in southwest Washington. The measles outbreak comes …

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Does vitamin D help with seasonal disorder?

The gloomy winter does not only provide free temperatures. For some it is also the season where seasonal affective disorder – or even just outbreaks of winter blues – can interfere with their daily lives and allow them to search for a fix. A popular method for treating SAD is vitamin D, which most people naturally get from their diet …

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Rabid Otter shot and killed after attacks in Maitland

Rabobank shot and killed after attacks in Maitland Updated: 13:30 EST on January 15, 2019 Hide Transcript Show transcripts WEBVTT SPOKE WITH SERVICES ABOUT THE OTTER, WHO PEOPLE TO BE SAFETY. HADA, WHEN YOU ARE OTTERS THINKING, WHICH IS THE FIRST MINIMUM, IS PROBABLE CUTE, CAN ALSO BE STRONGLY. ABOUT THE LAKE LAKE AREA IN MAITLAND, the FWC says they …

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