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WHO reaffirms its commitment to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, with the Ebola outbreak nearing more than 1000 cases and increasing violence

As the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo) continues to increase in violence against 1,000 cases, WHO reiterated its commitment to both end the outbreak and work with the government and communities to build resilient health systems , The outbreak was declared in August 2018 for 993 confirmed and probable cases and 621 deaths in the …

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Less vaccinated children are more Minn. Schools vulnerable

The number of Minnesota schools with low primary school immunization rates for measles and chickenpox has increased dramatically over the past five years, raising concerns among public health officials about their susceptibility to outbreaks of high-risk disease. One-third of Minnesota schools had a nursery census rate that was below the level required for "herd immunity" according to a Star Tribune …

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How many can you eat safely per day?

Let's get this out of the way: Nobody needs eggs to survive – and we're not telling you to eat them. "Eggs definitely contain many useful nutrients, but they contain nothing that is not available in many other foods," Dr. Thomas Sherman, Professor of Endocrinology and Metabolism at Georgetown University. A well-rounded herbal diet and a good vitamin B12 supplement …

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Measles case confirmed in Shasta County

The Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency, Public Health Department, has confirmed that there is a case of measles in Shasta County. The patient is currently in isolation and everyone he has come in contact with in the past eight days is being contacted Public health officials want to let the public know that it is not compulsory for …

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Do not bury your pet in the backyard for this reason

C Companion animals are part of our families, but it is inevitable that we have to say goodbye to them because of their age or illness. Many animal lovers choose to bury their pets in the backyard. However, there are some hidden risks, and there are other options that will help other pets and even the owners who love them. …

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Vitamin B12 deficiency: Eat these foods – egg, low-fat milk, ham, clams, fortified cereal

Vitamin B12 deficiency can cause a range of symptoms, including extreme tiredness, breathlessness and headaches. Left untreated, complications such as vision problems, memory loss, pins and needles and damage to parts of the nervous system can occur. B12 can stop developing health problems from developing. Harvard Health Publishing, part of Harvard Medical School, offers "A list" of B12 foods. The …

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Other possible exposures to measles in Oakland County

CLOSE A measles outbreak is spreading in a Washington district known for not vaccinating its children, and health officials have declared a public health emergency. USA TODAY According to the county health department, at least 18 other sites were identified on Saturday in Oakland County that may have been exposed to measles. On Thursday, the department had a list of …

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