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Face transplant recipient's donor face now failing - Los Angeles Times

Face transplant recipient's donor face now failing  Los Angeles TimesA woman who was severely burned in a domestic violence attack in Vermont is hoping for a second face transplant after doctors recently discovered tissue ...View full coverage on Google News

East Lyme church honors first EEE victim in Connecticut - WFSB

East Lyme church honors first EEE victim in Connecticut  WFSBHunters question if whitetail deer safe to eat with EEE outbreak  WWMT-TVResidents on edge after health officials confirm state?s 10th case, second EEE fatality  Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7NewsEEE confirmed in three PA counties  WHP HarrisburgEastern equine encephalitis confirmed in Pa.  Pocono RecordView full coverage on Google News

World Health Organization Says Tanzania Is Withholding Info on Suspected Ebola Cases - Gizmodo

World Health Organization Says Tanzania Is Withholding Info on Suspected Ebola Cases  GizmodoEbola virus: Tanzania failing to provide details, WHO says  BBC NewsTanzania not sharing information on suspected Ebola: WHO  Raw StoryUN agency: Tanzania not sharing details on Ebola-like cases  Yahoo NewsWHO accuses Tanzania of withholding information about suspected Ebola cases  The Washington PostView full coverage on Google News

Health advisory issued for possible bacterial meningitis on Cumberland County college campus - WTVD-TV

Health advisory issued for possible bacterial meningitis on Cumberland County college campus  WTVD-TVOfficials investigate possible meningitis case at North Carolina college  WITNHealth alert issued for possible bacterial meningitis case in Cumberland County  CBS 17Possible case of bacterial meningitis reported at Methodist University in Fayetteville  WRAL.comNC college warns of possible meningitis case, looks for others who need antibiotics  Raleigh News & ObserverView full coverage on Google News

For Fat Cats, The Struggle Is Real When It Comes To Losing Weight And Keeping It Off - NPR

For Fat Cats, The Struggle Is Real When It Comes To Losing Weight And Keeping It Off  NPRIt's estimated that more than half of the indoor cats in the U.S. are overweight. Now researchers are looking for new ways to help felines slim down.View full coverage on Google News

2-mile Walk to End Alzheimer's raises $143K for treatment, research - WLOS

2-mile Walk to End Alzheimer's raises $143K for treatment, research  WLOSLocal News Billings Walk to End Alzheimer's biggest in Montana David Jay 6:23 PM, Sep  KTVQ Billings NewsAlzheimer's walk in Medford raises more than $71,000  KDRVTake a walk through downtown Wichita Falls to end Alzheimer's disease  Times Record NewsSt. Joseph walks to end Alzheimer's disease  KQ2.comView full coverage on Google News

Rare, deadly virus detected in 3 Pennsylvania counties - TribLIVE

Rare, deadly virus detected in 3 Pennsylvania counties  TribLIVEHARRISBURG ? A rare, potentially deadly virus transmitted by mosquitoes has been confirmed in three Pennsylvania counties. The Pennsylvania departments ...View full coverage on Google News

Blood pressure medication recall for cancer risk expanded - 10TV

Blood pressure medication recall for cancer risk expanded  10TVA blood pressure medication recall has been expanded due to the possible inclusion of an impurity that could lead to cancer, given long-term exposure. It's one ...View full coverage on Google News

Ohio county urges people to top using vaping products - Kent Wired

Ohio county urges people to top using vaping products  Kent WiredReport: 3 pulmonary illness cases linked to vaping in Greater Cincinnati counties  WXIXSecond case of lung illness from vaping reported in King County  Federal Way MirrorWhy Columbus and its suburbs are suddenly in Democrats? sights  cleveland.comFranklin County Public Health urges residents to immediately stop using vaping products  NBC4 WCMH-TVView full coverage on Google News

What to know about EEE, a mosquito-borne virus on the rise - STAT

What to know about EEE, a mosquito-borne virus on the rise  STATEastern Equine Encephalitis kills Massachusetts man; 2nd death in state this year  Fox NewsEast Lyme Community Remembers Woman Who Died of EEE  NBC Connecticut?It happened so quickly:? Wife of 2nd fatal EEE victim mourns loss  Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7NewsFamily identifies Freetown man who died of EEE  WPRI.comView full coverage on Google News

Trump Orders Flu Vaccine Overhaul | Medpage Today - MedPage Today

Trump Orders Flu Vaccine Overhaul | Medpage Today  MedPage TodayTrump signs flu vaccine executive order  Outbreak News TodayUM School of Medicine receives $200 million NIH contract to develop a universal influenza vaccine  University of Maryland School of MedicineHere?s the right time to get a flu shot, according to doctors  New York Daily NewsTrump issues executive order to improve flu vaccine  ABC NewsView full coverage on Google News

Australia Flu Season Bad, What Does That Mean for the US? - Healthline

Australia Flu Season Bad, What Does That Mean for the US?  HealthlineCape May County Announces Flu Clinic Schedule  OCNJ DailyFlu cases reported across North Alabama; doctors urge early flu shots  WAFFThis year?s flu virus: What you need to know about upcoming unpredictable season  SILive.comShould you get a flu shot? People who study these things say ?Yes?  OregonLive.comView full coverage on Google News

New Explorer Barbies Targets Young Girls Interested in Science - NPR

New Explorer Barbies Targets Young Girls Interested in Science  NPRWhen Nalini Nadkarni was a young scientist in the 1980s, she wanted to study the canopy ? the part of the trees just above the forest floor to the very top ...

Everything we know about the outbreak of mysterious vaping-related diseases - Popular Science

Everything we know about the outbreak of mysterious vaping-related diseases  Popular ScienceMystery vaping-related illness kills man in eighth US death linked to e-cigarettes  The IndependentEighth death linked to vaping as illnesses surge around the United States  WTHITV.comMan dies at Mercy Hospital St. Louis from vaping-related illness  St. Louis Post-DispatchMissouri sees its first vaping-related death, 8th in the country  KMOV.comView full coverage on Google News

Congo to deploy J&J's Ebola vaccine - Seeking Alpha

Congo to deploy J&J's Ebola vaccine  Seeking AlphaHealth authorities in Democratic Republic of Congo plan to introduce a second Ebola vaccine, manufactured by Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), to fight the second-w.View full coverage on Google News

Climate change threatens health in Northwest - KGW.com

Climate change threatens health in Northwest  KGW.comClimate change threatens health in Pacific Northwest  OregonLiveView full coverage on Google News

Llama has dental surgery in Fort Collins to get at root cause of past escape - FOX 31 Denver

Llama has dental surgery in Fort Collins to get at root cause of past escape  FOX 31 DenverFORT COLLINS, Colo. ? Remember Ike the runaway llama who was on the lam in Yellowstone National Park for three months last year? He made his way out ...View full coverage on Google News

More blood-pressure pills recalled over cancer-causing chemical - Wink News

More blood-pressure pills recalled over cancer-causing chemical  Wink NewsTorrent Pharmaceuticals is expanding a recall of blood-pressure medication possibly tainted with a cancer-causing chemical. The expansion is the fifth by ...View full coverage on Google News

Transgender surgery, now more accessible in Wisconsin, lets patients 'become whole' - Madison.com

Transgender surgery, now more accessible in Wisconsin, lets patients 'become whole'  Madison.comLast year, she took another step: She had surgery to create female genitalia and make her face and neck appear more feminine. The procedures have greatly ...

Resident of Connecticut dies from rare mosquito-borne disease - WABC-TV

Resident of Connecticut dies from rare mosquito-borne disease  WABC-TVConnecticut public health officials say an East Lyme resident has died after testing positive earlier this month for a mosquito-borne disease.View full coverage on Google News

Runaway Yellowstone Llama has dental surgery to get at root cause of past escape - KTVB.com

Runaway Yellowstone Llama has dental surgery to get at root cause of past escape¬†¬†KTVB.com"He wanted to get out of a situation that was painful," said Susi HŁlsmeyer-Sinay, Yellowstone Llamas owner.

If a nuclear bomb explodes, conditioner could trap radiation in hair - Business Insider

If a nuclear bomb explodes, conditioner could trap radiation in hair  Business InsiderThe US government warns people against using conditioner after a nuclear explosion. It could trap radiation in  Business Insider IndiaView full coverage on Google News

Why the focus of autism research is shifting away from searching for a 'cure' - NBCNews.com

Why the focus of autism research is shifting away from searching for a 'cure'  NBCNews.comWhen Lizzie Acevedo's fraternal twin sons, now 15, were newly diagnosed with autism, she was hopeful about diets and vitamin injections that were being ...

Shocking X-rays show how vaping left teen's lungs caked with hardened oil - New Zealand Herald

Shocking X-rays show how vaping left teen's lungs caked with hardened oil  New Zealand HeraldPennsylvania Teen Develops Severe Lung Damage with Areas That Look Like Solid Grease After Vaping  PEOPLE.comAnother teen hospitalized due to vaping  KRON4Erie teen hospitalized, in the ICU with vaping illness  WPXI PittsburghVaping left teen?s lungs smothered with solidified oil in shocking scan pictures  Daily StarView full coverage on Google News

Flavoured e-cigarettes KILL the cells that line airways, study finds - Daily Mail

Flavoured e-cigarettes KILL the cells that line airways, study finds  Daily MailScientists at University of Adelaide and the Royal Adelaide Hospital have found that vapour produced by e-cigarettes is harmful and have called for government ...View full coverage on Google News

The Big Number: Those who nap about twice a week are 48 percent less likely than others to face serious heart illnesses - The Washington Post

The Big Number: Those who nap about twice a week are 48 percent less likely than others to face serious heart illnesses  The Washington PostNappers are 48% less likely to face serious heart illnesses  Press HeraldView full coverage on Google News

In Cambodia, It's a Bad Year for Dengue Fever - VOA News

In Cambodia, It's a Bad Year for Dengue Fever  VOA NewsIn Cambodia, It?s a Bad Year for Dengue Fever  ?????? - VOA KhmerView full coverage on Google News

In 1918, a parade sparked a killer flu outbreak in Philadelphia. This Saturday, another parade pays homage to those victims. - Washington Post

In 1918, a parade sparked a killer flu outbreak in Philadelphia. This Saturday, another parade pays homage to those victims.  Washington PostOn Sept. 28, 1918, hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Philadelphia to watch a patriotic spectacle. But the Liberty Loan Parade, which was to promote ...

Rabid bat found in Irvine Regional Park is 2nd bat tested positive for virus in 1 week - KABC-TV

Rabid bat found in Irvine Regional Park is 2nd bat tested positive for virus in 1 week  KABC-TVA bat found at Irvine Regional Park in Orange County has tested positive for rabies for the second time in one week, health officials announced.View full coverage on Google News

Over 65? Utah doctor advises yearly memory test - KSL.com

Over 65? Utah doctor advises yearly memory test  KSL.comFor the first time, the nation\u2019s leading group of brain doctors is recommending everyone age 65 and older receive a yearly memory assessment.

North-central Minnesota man nearly dies from fungus found near lakes, rivers - Duluth News Tribune

North-central Minnesota man nearly dies from fungus found near lakes, rivers  Duluth News TribuneScott Donahue shares his story about being hospitalized three months with the blastomycosis, which killed his dog in 2018. Written By: Lorie Skarpness / Forum ...View full coverage on Google News

In defense of napping: New study says snoozing, heart health are linked - Salon

In defense of napping: New study says snoozing, heart health are linked  SalonThose who napped once or twice a week were 48 percent less likely to have a heart attack, a new study finds.

His ailment amazes, perplexes doctors - SFGate

His ailment amazes, perplexes doctors  SFGateMan's ailment amazes, perplexes doctors  Stuff.co.nzNearly 100 doctors have tried to diagnose this man's devastating illness ? without success  New Zealand HeraldDoctors have never seen a sleep issue like this  Gulf NewsView full coverage on Google News

This Doctor Made Simple Changes to His Diet to Lose 20 Pounds and Get Ripped - menshealth.com

This Doctor Made Simple Changes to His Diet to Lose 20 Pounds and Get Ripped  menshealth.comAfter unhealthy eating habits led to weight gain, Dr. Tanvir Hussain made simple diet changes and did HIIT workouts to fuel a 20-pound weight loss ...

7 dead from rare disease spread by mosquitoes - CBS News

7 dead from rare disease spread by mosquitoes  CBS NewsAt least 7 dead from rare disease spread by mosquitoes  CBS Evening NewsView full coverage on Google News

The blood of the woman is blue is due to anesthetic - The Global Domains News

The blood of the woman is blue is due to anesthetic  The Global Domains NewsCommon pain medicine turns woman's blood nearly black  WSB AtlantaRhode Island doctors say a woman's skin turned blue after she used medication for a toothache  Bangor Daily NewsWoman's Blood Turned Blue After Using Over-The-Counter Drug To Treat Toothache  Tech TimesWoman Turns Up To Hospital Because Her Blood Had Turned Blue  UNILADView full coverage on Google News

It's Safe to Follow the Vaccine Schedule for Babies. Here's Why. - Livescience.com

It's Safe to Follow the Vaccine Schedule for Babies. Here's Why.  Livescience.comSkipping or delaying vaccines can expose children to preventable and potentially life-threatening diseases.

Why Do Babies Lose Their Hair? - Livescience.com

Why Do Babies Lose Their Hair?  Livescience.comWhether your baby has a thick mop of hair or just a few strands, most of it will fall out before she's six months old.

Alexa's robotic voice leaving dementia patients 'deeply distressed', social care report finds - The Telegraph

Alexa's robotic voice leaving dementia patients 'deeply distressed', social care report finds  The TelegraphAmazon Alexa's robotic voice is causing "deep distress" for dementia patients by telling them to take their medicine, a new report has warned. The technology ...

The dos and don?ts of weight loss ? from diet pills to calculators and keto - The Sun

The dos and don?ts of weight loss ? from diet pills to calculators and keto  The SunTHERE is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to losing weight. Every body is different, and so what works for one may not agree with another. There are ...

Wolf Administration warns Pennsylvanians Eastern Equine Encephalitis confirmed in three counties - WPMT FOX 43

Wolf Administration warns Pennsylvanians Eastern Equine Encephalitis confirmed in three counties  WPMT FOX 43PENNSYLVANIA-- The Pennsylvania Departments of Agriculture and Health today warned Pennsylvanians to take precautionary measures against mosquito ...

Weight loss: Use this cooking oil to burn belly fat and lose fast - what is it? - Express

Weight loss: Use this cooking oil to burn belly fat and lose fast - what is it?  ExpressWeight Loss: Simple 3-step Plan to Lose Weight Fast  Version WeeklyView full coverage on Google News

As man with anorexia, Christopher Eccleston makes me feel seen - Metro.co.uk

As man with anorexia, Christopher Eccleston makes me feel seen  Metro.co.ukAnorexia: why embarrassment still stops so many men from getting help  The GuardianView full coverage on Google News

Stopping Alzheimer's: How one family is fighting the disease every day - TODAY

Stopping Alzheimer's: How one family is fighting the disease every day  TODAYNew hope for patients with Alzheimer's: How one family is fighting the disease  WRCB-TVView full coverage on Google News

Type 2 diabetes: The best diet to follow to help keep blood sugar levels low - Express

Type 2 diabetes: The best diet to follow to help keep blood sugar levels low  ExpressType 2 diabetes symptoms: Six effective ways to control your blood sugar levels  Daily StarView full coverage on Google News

Could the latest innovations cure hair loss? - Telegraph.co.uk

Could the latest innovations cure hair loss?  Telegraph.co.ukWhy do we so care about hair? If we're not trying to wax it, pluck it, shave it, dye it, or otherwise forcibly remove it, we're desperately trying to put it back, popping ...

A breakthrough in the battle against citrus greening - Ocala

A breakthrough in the battle against citrus greening  OcalaA team researchers, with help from a UF scientist, have figured out how to grow the bacteria, which could lead to treatments and disease-resistant trees.

Electric hat may help reverse baldness - Gadgets Now

Electric hat may help reverse baldness  Gadgets NowReversing baldness in the future may be as simple as wearing a hat, thanks to a new non-invasive, low-cost hair-growth-stimulating technology tested ...View full coverage on Google News

No classes Monday for 1 private school, 2 public schools - The Guam Daily Post

No classes Monday for 1 private school, 2 public schools  The Guam Daily PostThree schools in Central Guam closed Monday due to dengue fever  KUAM.comView full coverage on Google News

Not Sure Why Your Weight Is Fluctuating? These Weight-Management Doctors Have Answers - POPSUGAR

Not Sure Why Your Weight Is Fluctuating? These Weight-Management Doctors Have Answers  POPSUGARYour weight can fluctuate throughout your lifetime, and it goes up and down daily (just step on the scale and you'll see). Two experts explain why.

Give children only these 3 drinks - Deccan Chronicle

Give children only these 3 drinks  Deccan ChronicleOne should be extremely cautious when it comes to children's diet.View full coverage on Google News

How 'exergaming' can help people with Parkinson's - Medical News Today

How 'exergaming' can help people with Parkinson's  Medical News TodayNew research investigates the benefits of an at-home computer game exercising program for people living with Parkinson's disease.