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Why did Rachel Johnston die after removing all her teeth?

Copyright Diane Johnston Caption Rachel Johnston collapsed after being discharged from hospital A disabled woman died after a dentist removed all her teeth from an NHS trust and criticized her "drastic" complete withdrawals from other susceptible patients. Rachel Johnston underwent surgery after she was deemed necessary because of a heavy tooth. But she collapsed hours after her release and spent …

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. 2 Case confirmed by AFM in Michigan

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – The CDC estimates that fewer than two out of every one million children in the US will receive it. Michigan confirmed its second case this year of this mysterious debilitating disease called Acute Sagittal Myelitis (AFM). The newest patient is in Oakland County. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is working with the Centers …

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Worsening Ebola crisis UN Security Council with few options

Mark Eccleston-Turner, Keele University The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is rapidly becoming an international concern. Ebola outbreak in history (although still dwarfed by the 2014 West Africa outbreak). While the DRC has a good track record of responding to the outbreaks, the ongoing military conflict in the country is making the response much more …

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Vegan diets increase malnutrition in affluent countries

Hidden hunger affects over two billion people worldwide. The cause is a chronic lack of essential micronutrients such as vitamins and minerals. The effects of these deficiencies may not be immediately apparent, but the consequences can be severe. These include less resistance to disease, mental impairment and even death. While many of the cases of hidden hunger occur in developing …

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Republicans from Tennessee push for vaccination comment

A recent Congressional Tennessee doctor was criticized Thursday by leading heads of state for claiming that vaccines could cause autism. "Let me say that about autism," said US Republican Mark Green of Ashland City in a Tuesday Town Hall. "I've promised people in my community, in Montgomery County, to stand on the Centers for Disease Control and get the real …

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Newborn syphilis cases on the rise in Colorado: Ministry of Health

DENVER – Syphilis cases in newborns are on the rise, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced Thursday morning. Although the case numbers are relatively small – 18 in the last five years – the Colorado Health Department said the trend has accelerated in recent years. There is an 80 percent chance that an untreated mother with syphilis …

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Health Adviser Issued After Two People Have Contracted Legionaries After Visiting Hotel St. Louis County

Please activate Javascript to watch this video. ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services on Thursday issued public health advice to people who had stayed at a hotel in western St. Louis County on or after October 1, after two visitors tested positive for Legionnaire's disease. According to DHSS, the alert focuses on the …

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