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She became a feeling when she survived rabies

It started a month earlier when a bat sneaked her finger. But 15-year-old Jeanna Giese and her parents did not connect the bit with the strange symptoms. The girl looked double and felt sick. Eventually she snatched her body and talked blurry. And she quickly got worse, according to podcast Radiolab. Hear the entire episode Rodney vs. Death from 2013, …

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She became a feeling when she survived rabies

It started a month earlier when a bat sneaked her finger. But 15-year-old Jeanna Giese and her parents did not connect the bit with the strange symptoms. The girl looked double and felt sick. Eventually she snatched her body and talked blurry. And she quickly got worse, according to the podcast Radiolab. Hear the entire episode Rodney vs. dead from …

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Health – Study: You do not win from fat

Research shows that diets with low carbohydrate and sugar content have better effect than low fat diets Researchers are increasingly investigating what is happening in our body when we regularly eat large amounts of fat or sugar, writes Business Insider. The results of several studies indicate that when fat is eaten alone, it does not contribute to weight gain – …

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Are you going to bring your baby abroad this summer? Check if there is a measles outbreak

mp-stories-top widget Norwegian infants are vaccinated against measles, mumps and red dogs when they are 15 months old. Several measles cases in Europe have prompted the Norwegian Institute of Public Health to recall that for some children it should be considered to speed up the MMR vaccine. This applies if you travel on holiday to land with ongoing measles outbreaks. …

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Rana Blad – New study: One in three Norwegians has this disease

Increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and high blood pressure. At worst, liver inflammation and cancer. Most people have no symptoms. Despite a somewhat daunting name, relatively few have heard of "fat liver". and there is very little information on the disease online At the same time, we see an increasing incidence of fatty liver in both the US …

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Ebola's delusions are infectious and conspiracy theories spread Maren Sæbø

mp stories-top widget In Congo, the number of Ebola infections has now been divided due to several attacks on health professionals. They are now fighting for a war on two fronts, one against the virus itself and one against the conspiracy theories that give it a blow. 19th April, the Cameroonian epidemiologist Richard Valery Mouzoko Kiboung was killed when the …

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Tønsbergs Blad – New study: One in three Norwegians has fatty liver

Despite a rather scary name, there are relatively few who have heard of "fatty liver". and there is very little information about the disease online At the same time, we see an increasing presence of fatty liver in both the US and Europe. Here too, the trend is happening, and now the health survey in Nord-Trøndelag (HUNT3) shows that one …

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