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Adult NH-positive for mosquito-borne Jamestown Canyon viruses

According to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, a Laconia adult has been found to be positive for a mosquito-borne virus. According to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, on Wednesday the adult received a positive result for the infected mosquito-borne Jamestown Canyon virus. This is the second time this year a case has …

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Artificial pancreas with closed loop of Dexcom, type 1 diabetes study

A clinical study using an artificial pancreatic system showed that it was able to outperform current treatments for people with type 1 diabetes and helped to maintain blood sugar levels throughout the day and overnight. Linking Tandem Diabetes Care's T: The slim X2 alternative-control insulin pump and Dexcom's continuous G6 blood glucose meter automatically delivers the hormone based on blood …

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New Vaping Study Links E-Liquids to Pneumonia

The study, published Wednesday in the journal Cancer Prevention Research, found that in people who had never smoked after monthly twice-daily use of e-cigarettes, the propylene glycol level in their system had been linked to inflammatory changes The number of cells in her lung was low, although the extent of the changes was small. The study is the "first experimental …

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Morriston Hospital: 1,000 people wait annually for specialist Op

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Signature "It is horrible that they can interfere with people's lives." More than 1,000 people have been waiting for more than a year for a specialist surgery in a hospital. [19659004] After the beds on a ward at Morriston Hospital rose to a "very high level" of emergencies, the numbers indicated. …

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This live stream of a whale skeleton is getting eaten is metal as hell

An ocean exploration team just discovered a whale skeleton on the seafloor, and it's live-streaming the bone-eating worms and other critters at what's left of the carcass. "What an amazing find in preparation for Halloween," one of the scientists said on board during the broadcast. Even in death, the whale has a lot to give to its fellow sea creatures. …

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Girl loses legs after doctors have diagnosed her meningitis as a "belly bug"

An 11-year-old British girl lost both legs after doctors diagnosed her meningitis as a "belly bug," the Sun recently reported. In June of 2016, the then-7-year-old Brogan-Lei Partridge made a family outing to Cornwall beach, a county on the southwestern tip of England, when she had seizures of vomiting. Her parents, Aimee and Craig Partridge, initially asked the child to …

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Doctors prepare for a severe flu season

Health experts trying to predict the severity of the upcoming flu season in the US often look for clues in the Southern Hemisphere. Here's the word from Down Under, where recently winter ended: Get ready, America. Australia, which experienced an increase in flu cases earlier than usual, had a hard season. The country was hit hard by a particularly virulent …

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8 gentle ways to ask your child if they have suicidal thoughts

<p class = "Canvas Atomic Canvas Text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " When You Begin If you suspect or discover that your child is struggling with suicidal thoughts, it is easy to feel devastated, confused, hopeless – or all that. Whatever feelings you feel, it is completely valid, but …

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Mosquitoes found in Orange County are positive for the Saint Louis encephalitis virus

ORANGE COUNTY, California (KABC) – Orange County residents are warned after mosquito samples were tested for Saint Louis encephalitis last week, the region's first discovery of viral disease in over three decades, health officials said The samples were collected along the Old Bolsa Chica Road at Westminster and the Dale and Orange Avenues in Anaheim, according to the Orange County …

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