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Virginia woman contracts flesh-eating infection, having emergency surgery after 10 minutes swimming at local beach

A Virginia woman who has contracted a flesh-eating staph. "I just like," Oh my goodness my leg is gonna fall off, '"Amanda Edwards told WTKR." TEXAS MAN THESE DAYS AFTER CONTRACTING FLESH-EATING BACTERIA DURING FOURTH OF JULY BEACH TRIP, WIFE SAYS [19659004] Ocean View Beach “/> Ocean View Beach        (Google Maps) Edwards has been seen at Norfolk's Ocean View …

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Evolution may explain why it is difficult to stay lean

TUESDAY, July 16, 2019 (HealthDay News) – Keeping a healthy weight is not easy. Even if you manage to lose a few pounds, they often return. Why does the body seem to promote obesity? New research suggests that the answer lies way back in human evolution and has a mechanism to prevent hunger that triggers the body to store fat. …

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KC's former radio host was so excited that she defeated cancer and the "cancer-free" bell | broke FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF TV

Please enable javascript to view this video. When Darla Jaye, a former talk radio host from Kansas City, rang the "cancer-free" bell on her last day of treatment, she was delighted – and proved to be strong now. Jaye rang the Harris Health System in Houston, Texas, so violently that the clapper went off immediately. "I could not even grasp …

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In states with stricter laws, fewer children die of weapons

CLOSE Researchers analyzed more than 75,000 gunshot wounds in children under the age of 18 who, according to one of the authors, were the first nationwide representative study of their kind to have been admitted to an emergency room. USA TODAY Children living in states where firearms are more limited are less likely to die from them, according to a …

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Woman gets flesh-eating bacteria after swimming at Virginia beach – Story

A photo shows the infection in Amanda Edwards's leg. The Virginia resident was prescribed antibiotics as part of her treatment. (Photo credit: Amanda Edwards) A photo shows the infection in Amanda Edwards's leg. The Virginia resident was prescribed antibiotics as part of her treatment. (Photo credit: Amanda Edwards) NORFOLK, Va. – A woman said she was swallowing some bacteria and …

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Why people with mental illness may be facing poorer physical health and early death

"Disparities in the physical health outcomes of people with mental illness are currently considered a human rights scandal," said Joseph Firth, a senior research associate at the University of Manchester and chairman of the Lancet Psychiatry Commission, who published the study. His team analyzed nearly 100 studies and found that most people with mental illness do not die of suicide …

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