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Latest Measles Outbreak: Possible exposure at New Jersey Airport Newark Liberty International

Measles: What You Must Know Before Flying The New Jersey Department of Health has reported another potential mastoid exposure at Newark Liberty International Airport, CBS New York reported. Officials said an international traveler who had been diagnosed with measles had been at the airport on May 29. The person arrived at Terminal B of Tokyo, Japan, and left Terminal A …

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South Carolina restaurant employee tested positive for hepatitis

ABC of hepatitis: What is the difference between A, B and C? Hepatitis is a disease characterized by inflammation of the liver. There are many forms including hepatitis A, B and C. But what do these letter designations mean and how do they differ from each other? By × Hepatitis is a disease characterized by inflammation of the liver. There …

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N.J. measles: Another traveler may have exposed people at Newark airport

Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey Liberty International Airport, New Jersey, USA. The traveler, who was confirmed to have measles , arrived at Terminal B from Tokyo on May 29, according to the New Jersey Department of Health. "The individual was infectious while at the airport and may have been exposed to others," the department said in a statement. The …

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Antimicrobial Resistance Superbug WHO Drug Tracking Tool – Axios

Background: The WHO's list of major medicines divides antibiotics into three categories: "Access", "Observe" and "Reserve" with recommendations on when each category should be used. According to WHO scientists [19659003] Too many countries either do not have adequate access to antibiotics or misuse antibiotics – even for false diagnoses, livestock, and even plants – resulting in an increase in AMR. …

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Let us all stop facing science to find the perfect diet.

Photo Illustration of Slate. Photo by Milkos / iStock / Getty Images Plus. Spironolactone, a controversial hormone replacement therapy, is not suitable for all trans women We do not need science to know 13 reasons why had problems The difficulty of treating a child separated from her mother If we can help people who age too fast, can we slow …

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FDA warned of cancer-induced chemical found in heart pill

Valisure, an online pharmacy company licensed in 37 states , the FDA said that the high levels of dimethylformamide were found in valsartan, a drug produced by Swiss drugmaker Novartis and other pharmaceutical companies. The drug is used to treat hypertension in adults. The World Health Organization classifies dimethylformamide, or DMF, as a probable human carcinogen. Valisure ask that the …

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These US hospitals ranked top in medical care and treatment

There are more than 6,200 hospitals in the US that can make it difficult to find out which ones offer the best medical care and treatment. Every year, the US News compiles a list of the best hospitals in the country so that readers can find what suits their needs more easily. Never miss health news. Subscribe to our weekly …

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Doctors pull a foot-long parasitic worm out of the woman's intestine

A woman in China who suffered from stomach pain over the last decade was operated on this week to remove a foot-long parasitic worm from her gut. The 41-year-old woman, identified as Ms. Yang, reportedly visited numerous hospitals over the years, but the worm remained undetected. This is the moment in which a woman suffering from stomach pain has dragged …

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According to a study, suicide rates among young Americans are rising

According to a research report published on Tuesday in the medical journals JAMA, there has been an increase especially among 15- to 19-year-olds and young men. The discovery meets the paper's lead author, Oren, in close proximity to Miron, a research associate at Harvard Medical School. "In high school, a friend of mine was bullied and unfortunately he killed himself," …

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Is 'flesh-eating' bacteria heading to a beach near you?

"Flesh-eating" RITZ-CARLTON FINED $ 1.6 MILLION FOR BLOCKING PUBLIC ACCESS TO BEACH [19659003] The report authors described five cases of severe flesh-eating bacterial infections in people who were exposed to water or seafood from the Delaware Bay, which sits between Delaware and New Jersey. Search infections have historically been rare in the Delaware Bay, known as the bacterium responsible for …

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