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Monsanto's Roundup Increases Cancer Risk by 41%, Finds Scientists Associated with EPA – RT USA News

The summary of Monsanto increases the risk of certain cancers in people who are heavily exposed, by a staggering 41 percent. This emerges from a study by former EPO advisors that could influence an upcoming wave of lawsuits against the company. Exposure to glyphosate-based herbicides such as Roundup dramatically increases a person's risk of developing non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. This is a …

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PENNSYLVANIA HEALTH RISK: "Zombie deer" found in 24 states can spread to humans

0 "Zombie Deer" found in 24 states could spread to humans The "Zombie Deer", officially referred to as chronic wasting disease (CWD), has spread to 24 states and two Canadian provinces common. and the researchers are worried that people could become infected with the virus under certain circumstances. The disease is found primarily in free-roaming deer, elk and elk and …

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The pressure on Facebook and Google is rising to stop the conspiracy theories against Vax

As the Washington measles outbreak continues to spread, "Facebook is investigating additional measures" to tackle false vaccines on the platform, Bloomberg reports. The news comes on the heels of critics of Representative Adam Schiff, who sent Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg today a letter about vaccine disinformation on Facebook and Instagram. In the letter, first reported by Bloomberg by Sarah Frier …

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The brain function of night owls and larks differs according to the study

Image Caption Getty Images The brain function of late risers and "morning star" during the working day hours differs, according to a study. Researchers studied the night owl's brain with a bedtime of 2:30 am and a wakeup time of 10:15 am and early risers. Tests – conducted between 08:00 and 20:00 – found night owls had less connectivity in …

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Cuesta College student dies from bacterial meningitis suspicion

A Cuesta sophomore living in San Luis Obispo has died from an alleged bacterial meningitis, San Luis Obispo County public health department said Thursday. 19659002] In the meantime, public health officials say they work with local hospitals, the college, and people who have had close contact with the student to see if anyone else could be infected. These people are …

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Is influenza common in the Roselawn Condon School?

CINCINNATI – At least one sick Roselawn Condon School student has been tested positive for Influenza A according to the Cincinnati Health Department. The department is working with the Cincinnati Public Schools to determine the type of disease that forced 17 employees and 140 students to become ill on Wednesday. Around 170 students were sick on Thursday from the approximately …

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For your information, you may experience symptoms of menopause much sooner than you think

You have probably heard of menopause commonly referred to as the point at which a person's menstrual cycle finally stops. However, it may surprise you that many menopausal symptoms actually start much earlier, in a period called perimenopause. Perimenopause refers to the period during which people notice inconsistencies in their menstrual cycle until menopause actually begins. Menopause starts technically when …

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HPV tests at home try to lower the cervical carcinoma rate

Screening for cervical human papillomavirus (HPV) strains may be difficult for many women, but testing can have fatal consequences. By 2019, an estimated 4,250 women will die from invasive cervical cancer, a figure that has not changed much in 15 years, according to the American Cancer Society. To lower this number, some companies are trying to get HPV testing out …

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Darla Shine, wife of the White House chief, tweets on measles, vaccination

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 White House Communications Director Bill Shine's wife claimed Wednesday that the measles are now in an outbreak in New York and Washington, "keeping healthy" and "fighting cancer." Darla Shine's comments came in a …

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Mild river may be due to a better flu vaccine match, report says

Breaking News Emails Breaking news alerts and special reports. SUBSCRIBE Feb. 14, 2019, 6:35 PM GMT By Shamard Charles, MD This season's flu vaccine is a good match for the virus in circulation, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention In its weekly report on Thursday, the federal agency said the interim estimate of the flu …

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