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Iowa announces 2 flu deaths, the first of the 2019-2020 season: officials

Doctors urge patients to get a flu shot now. The flu season usually begins towards the end of autumn, but seasonal influenza is reported to start much earlier this year. Dr. Fox News Manny Alvarez sits down with a Harvard Medical School doctor to discuss everything you need to know about this year's flu season. Iowa's health officials reported the …

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When mental illness is serious

"Mental illnesses are very treatable, and many cases can be completely eliminated with effective treatment, or can they be effectively managed so that people who can live with rewarding and effective lives," Dr. "Mums," he said. "If one's mind is taken away by psychosis, the consequences are pessimistic." Rosenberg says. Instead of jail, he advocates for the "therapeutic jurisdiction that …

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Both Gloucester couples were diagnosed with lung cancer every 5 weeks

GLOUCESTER, Va. (WAVY) – A couple from Gloucester are fighting for their lives together. During the Lung Cancer Awareness Month, they have a story to share and a reminder to others. Lisa and Seth Doyle have known each other since the age of 14 and have been together for 18 years. Together, they share four children and three grandchildren. They …

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Samoa closes schools and declares emergency as measles kill 6

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) – Samoa has shut down all its schools, excluding children from public gatherings and ordered all individuals to be vaccinated after reporting an emergency for a measles outbreak that has killed six people. For the last three weeks, the 200,000-inhabitant Pacific island nation has been affected by a measles epidemic, compounded by low vaccination coverage. After …

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To live longer, start now, even a bit

<div _ngcontent-c17 = "" innerhtml = " An elderly male athlete with a bent smartwatch resting on his knees Getty A recent study suggests that it may be possible to survive death for at least a short period of time. An international team of researchers analyzed data from 14 previous studies involving a total of 232,149 people affected by scientists …

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Emergency department shut down in Ochsner LSU Health's Shreveport-Monroe Medical Center for fear of infectious diseases | KTVE

UPDATE: (3:00 pm) Following the publication of our story, the hospital officials contacted NBC 10 again, saying that the emergency department had never been completely shut down, but they did a "detour check" so that no new patients could get into it Hospital were admitted. They said they had treated patients already in hospital. MONROE, La. (17.11.19) – According to …

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The velvety tripe palms of this woman were finally a symptom of cancer

When a 73-year-old patient visited a dermatology clinic because of painful lesions on her hands, this was just one of many signs that this woman's poor health was not all right. She had coughed for about a year and lost 5 kilos in the last four months alone. Grim symptoms for anyone, especially an older smoker who admitted to having …

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How Bodybuilders Goes Extreme To Compete On Stage

  Bodybuilding is an art and your body is the canvas. You work so hard on shaping and building your physique to the standards of today’s spectrum of the sport. But sometimes it can get a little too competitive and these amazing athletes go to extreme measures to come out on top. It can get very intense on stage, so …

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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Using UV Water Purifier

With an intense focus on staying healthy, more people are choosing to add a treatment system to the water channeled into their homes. Because bacteria and viruses can be found regardless of the source of your water supply, purifying your water is considered a priority when it comes to making improvements in your life and your home. There are different …

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