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Antibody-based eye drops are promising for the treatment of dry eye diseases

Patients treated with antibody-based eye drops saw less dry areas (bruises) on the surface of the eye after eight weeks. Picture credits: Sandeep Jain et al Researchers at the University of Illinois in Chicago were the first to demonstrate that human tears have a specific type of antibody known as anti-citrullinated protein autoantibodies (ACPA). They are also the first to …

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Patients with a mysterious Vaping disease are resumed five days after discharge

Federal health authorities investigating mysterious steam-related lung injuries in the United States announced Friday that some patients are hospitalized for the second time. This is a worrying new development of the ongoing national outbreak, which has spread to all states except Alaska. "We are well aware of a handful of patients who have returned to clinical care after being discharged …

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Children's Tests Positive for Legionnaires Disease, Chesterton Officials | Porter County News

A parent of a child attending the academy had his child tested on Monday after the child showed symptoms. DSC officials were informed on Thursday that the test results were positive for Legionella pneumophila, suggesting a current or past infection. This is evident from a publication on the website of the school group. On October 4, the school closed Chesterton …

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Spraying insecticides from Michigan could threaten endangered insects

MICHIGAN – Southern Michigan officials warn that pesticides targeting a deadly mosquito-borne virus could kill other insects, including rare and beneficial species. The Detroit Free Press reports that spraying against the alarming increase in equine encephalitis threatens essential pollinators such as bumblebees and the endangered Mitchell satyr butterfly. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources calls the butterfly "one of the …

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Health alert to workers in Paterson, New Jersey, confirmed to have hepatitis A.

PATERSON, NJ (WABC) – Officials in New Jersey issued a public health warning after confirming hepatitis A disease to a grocery store worker. The Department of Health told the grocer he's employed at Brother's Produce on E Railway Avenue in Paterson. The subject worked between September 30 and October 5, 2019, when she was potentially contagious. The Department recommended the …

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Study results show that liberals are no more likely to avoid gluten than conservatives

When Ted Cruz ran for the presidency in 2016, he attempted to live up to conservative voters by pledging not to provide gluten-free meals for military personnel. Recent research indicates, however, that conservatives are just as likely as avoiding Liberals in their diet. The results were published in the journal Agriculture and Human Values. "My co-author Bailey Norwood and I …

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After flooding Bihar wrestles with spike in dengue cases by 1,400

Dengue cases in Bihar: The authorities of Patna have initiated a fumigant to counter mosquito-borne diseases. Patna: More than 1,400 people are being treated for dengue in Bihar, a steep rise of 1,000 cases in just five days The state is struggling with the deadly disease. The state capital, Patna, has been hardest hit, with more than 900 cases reported …

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