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Doctors develop "cure" for babies with "bubble boy" disease

But because of his illness, walking and the crowds outside would lead to a serious risk of deadly infections, and Hawkins accepted this as a yes, Ceon's reality – until now. Kristin Simpson, Like Every Mother I wish her son Omarion Jordan would develop into a healthy boy who could venture out and not run the risk of getting seriously …

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Oxytocin nasal spray could help treat alcoholism, study finds

According to scientists, scientists believe that an oxytocin nasal spray could help treat alcoholism. The study published in the journal PLOS Biology on Tuesday found that alcohol-dependent rats drank less after being given a dose of oxytocin, the "cuddle hormone". The authors of the study – led by Drs. Tunstall, Koob and Vendruscolo of the National Institutes of Health and …

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Measles cases are rising in the US. Here is what you should know.

The number of measles cases in the US has reached the second highest level in 25 years – and it is not until April. As the disease spreads to new conditions and the number of cases is expected to increase, you should know the following about the infection, recent outbreaks, and how to protect yourself. What is measles? Measles is …

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The right way to use a public bathroom (to avoid getting sick)

If you still get maxed out, you should clean the toilet seat with an alcohol-based wipe before you sit down. David Jay Weber, an epidemiologist and doctor at the Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. You can also lay out the seat with toilet paper, but try not to touch the seat – and …

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The right way to use a public bathroom (to avoid getting sick)

If you still get maxed out, you should clean the toilet seat with an alcohol-based wipe before you sit down. David Jay Weber, an epidemiologist and doctor at the Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. You can also lay out the seat with toilet paper, but try not to touch the seat – and …

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News about tragedies make us rotten – and hungry for more, study finds

Flowers laid for the victims of Pulse Nightclub in June 2016. Image: Gerardo Mora (Getty Images) A New Study On Wednesday, perhaps your only deepest fear is that you'll be following Twitter or cable news during a mass tragedy like the recent shootout. It is believed that media coverage of these events can trigger a vicious emotional cycle that not …

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& # 39; Bubble Boy & # 39; disease helped by advances in gene therapy: shots

David Vetter, pictured in September 1982 in a section of the Bladder Environment that was his protective home until his death in 1984. Today, most children born with SCID are successfully treated with bone marrow transplants. However, the researchers believe that gene therapy is the future. ASSOCIATED PRESS Hide Caption Switch caption ASSOCIATED PRESS David Vetter, pictured in September 1982 …

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Crispr Gene Editing comes for the womb

William Peranteau is the type parents call when they have received the kind of bad news that rips up stomachs and hearts. Sometimes it is a shadow on an ultrasound or a few base pairs that are wrong in a prenatal genetic test and shows that an unborn child has a life-threatening developmental defect. Pediatric surgeons like Peranteau, who work …

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