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Spokane Territory Increases in Field Mice | news

SPOKANE, Wash. – People are not the only ones who are not enthusiastic about Spokane's newest winter weather. Field mice are also not a big fan and try to escape the cold. Tim Gallagher, Director of Accounts at Sprague Pest Solutions, says it's time to prove everything about rodents. 19659002] Gallagher says the biggest culprits are cracks under doors, vents, …

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Every third toddler is malnourished or overweight: UNICEF | news

One third of the world's nearly 700 million people under the age of five are malnourished or overweight and suffer from lifelong health problems. This emerges from a bleak assessment of the United Nations on child nutrition published on Tuesday. "When children eat bad" They live badly, "said UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore, as she presented the Fund's first report …

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Rx for Doctors: Stop the urine tests

Antibiotics act on the human microbiome, destroying the protective microbes in the gastrointestinal tract and increasing the susceptibility of humans to C. difficile, which the Centers for Control and Prevention of Diseases have termed "an urgent threat". At the Michigan Hospital In a study, patients treated for asymptomatic bacteriuria did not perform better than those who did not receive treatment …

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Test vaccine extinguishes breast cancer in patient in Florida

Article LAKE MARY, Fla. – A woman from Florida is the first patient to kill breast cancer with the help of a promising new vaccine. Lee Mercker of the Jacksonville area diagnosed a very early form of breast cancer despite maintaining a healthy, active lifestyle in March. Vaccine Helps Women Fight Breast Cancer Lee Mercker of Florida was the first …

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Head injuries: Cheap drug "could save thousands of lives year after year"

Caption Pam Foley participated in the court hearing following a head injury in a traffic accident According to British physicians, a cheap and widely used drug could save hundreds of thousands of lives if routinely administered to people hospitalized with head injuries. Tranexamic acid helps stop bleeding in and around the brain when blood vessels have been ruptured. A large …

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Effects of tranexamic acid on death, disability, vascular occlusive events and other morbidities in patients with acute traumatic brain injury (CRASH-3): a randomized, placebo-controlled trial

Abstract Background Tranexamic acid reduces surgical bleeding and reduces mortality in patients with traumatic extracranial hemorrhage. Intracranial hemorrhages are common after traumatic brain injury (TBI) and can lead to brain failure and death. We wanted to investigate the effect of tranexamic acid in TBI patients. Methods This randomized, placebo-controlled study was conducted in 175 hospitals in 29 countries. Adults with …

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Taunton man dies of EEE as the dangerous disease strikes again

"He was a good guy, taken too young," said Keith Mosman, a 60-year-old Raynham resident. "He fought like a gun son." The State Department of Health did not respond to requests for information about Mosman's case on Sunday night. The agency has reported 12 confirmed cases of rare but fatal disease this year. Three of these patients had died before …

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Is red meat safe to eat or not? Nutrition counseling puzzles Americans

The word on the street? Eat meat! A new study by an international research team claims to have found no significant link between eating meat and the risk of heart disease, cancer and diabetes. Nowadays it is confusing for Americans to know if red meat is good or bad for you. A team of international researchers has recently upset the …

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. 5 Resident of Michigan dies of mosquito-borne electrical and electronic equipment

A fifth death from equine encephalitis was confirmed in one resident of Cass County, and another horse was diagnosed with the disease in Allegan County, according to the Michigan Department of Health (MDHHS) on Monday. Although frost is predicted this evening in parts of the state, MDHHS is calling on residents to continue taking precautionary measures against mosquitoes. Dr. Joneigh …

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