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Doctors warn against Odd Malady: & # 39; Feather Duvet Lung & # 39; s;

(News) – While American doctors are alerting to lung scarring caused by vaping, Scottish physicians warn of lung scarring due to … feather beds. A case study published on Monday in BMJ Case Reports describes a 43-year-old non-smoker who suffered from three months of "discomfort, fatigue and respiratory distress" before being diagnosed with the very real condition of a "feather …

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Chinese hunter catches bubonic plague after eating rabbit

A Chinese hunter in Mongolia became ill with bubonic plague after eating a rabbit he killed. A Chinese investigation reported by state-run media Xinhua revealed that the man had eaten the rabbit on November 5. A quarantine was conducted in the immediate vicinity of the infected to prevent the spread of the disease. The plague is an infection caused by …

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Meningitis: causes, symptoms and treatment

Meningitis is an infection of protective membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord and are called meninges. The disease is usually caused by a bacterial or viral infection. In rare cases, a fungus, parasite or amoeba can also cause meningitis. There are also noninfectious causes of meningitis, such as some cancers, lupus, head injuries, or brain surgery, according to …

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Omega-3 fish oil is as important to some children as it is to ADHD medications

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Researchers from King's College London and China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan, have found that omega-3 fish oil supplements improve the attention of children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but only children with one low omega-3 content in their blood. The researchers say their findings represent a personalized medical approach to psychiatry, showing that omega-3 only works …

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Washington bans Vape products containing vitamin E acetate

OLYMPIA, Washington State, has banned the sale of vitamin E acetate-containing steam products that link the substance to the onset of lung injury that affects more than 2,000 people nationwide. More than 40 people have died. 15 cases have been confirmed in Washington since April. Last month, state health authorities passed an emergency rule banning the sale of flavored steam …

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Public health authorities initiate investigations into E. coli infections

CDC on CNN E. Coli Bacteria CDC on CNN E. Coli Bacteria More Headlines MADISON, Wisconsin – Officials of the State Department of Health Services are investigating a significant increase in reported cases of E. coli in the state in collaboration with local health departments to interview sick people for similarities, according to a news release to find in their …

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E. coli outbreak in Wisconsin, 3 in Eau Claire hospital

Eau Claire (WQOW) – Wisconsin health officials warn of an early E. coli outbreak. So far, at least 20 cases have been reported in the state, including three children. Three of these cases were reported here in Eau Claire. According to Mayo Clinic officials, the Department of Health Services has tracked the outbreak since November 13, but the source remains …

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Why the CDC warns against antibiotic-resistant fungal infections is an urgent health threat – Raw Story

In 2013, I was looking after a gentleman who underwent surgery because all of his doctors, including me, had been thinking about liver cancer. The surgery revealed that the disease was more of a rare but benign tumor than cancer. As you can imagine, he and his family were overjoyed and relieved. Two weeks after this operation, however, he developed …

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The expectant bride wakes up after the operation and finds amputated legs. She wants to go down the hall at the wedding

A 37-year-old prospective bride has put her wedding dreams on hold after undergoing a procedure to correct the venous constriction in her legs to wake up with both her amputee limbs. Tina McCue, suffering from diabetes, kidney failure, and vascular disease, said she had first thought she was living in a bad dream for a procedure to treat the narrowing …

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