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When You Need A Mammogram, Should You Get One In '3-D'? - NPR

January 16, 2018

Enlarge this image A 3-D mammogram reveals a normal breast. National Cancer Institute hide caption toggle caption National Cancer Institute When I went to the imaging center for my regular mammogram last year, the woman behind the desk asked me if I’d like to get a “3-D” mammogram instead of the standard test I’d had […]

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Medical examiner: New Canaan child died from flu complicated by pnuemonia - FOX 61

January 16, 2018

Please enable Javascript to watch this video NEW CANAAN — A medical examiner has confirmed that a 10-year-old boy who died suddenly in New Canaan died from “flu, type B, that was complicated by pneumonia. Nico Mallozzi died after reportedly leaving an upstate New York hockey tournament early. Dr. David Reed with the New Canaan Health […]

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What is Jerusalem syndrome? - The Guardian

January 16, 2018

Psychiatry Shortcuts What is Jerusalem syndrome? A British tourist who went missing in the Negev desert may have a rare psychiatric disorder that affects religiously inspired visitors to the holy city Oliver McAfee: the Christian tourist disappeared into the Negev desert in November 2017 and has been missing since. Photograph: @helpusfindollie The disappearance of Oliver […]

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British tourist missing in Israel may have Jerusalem syndrome - The Guardian

January 16, 2018

UK news British tourist missing in Israel may have Jerusalem syndrome Authorities say Oliver McAfee, 29, may have condition which leads those affected to believe they are biblical figures Oliver McAfee, a devout Christian, was last seen on 21 November while cycling near the southern Israeli town of Mitzpe Ramon. Photograph: @helpusfindollie Israeli authorities are […]

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New concerns about side effects of Tamiflu on children - WCNC

January 16, 2018

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — As the height of flu season approaches, a Texas family believes the drug, Tamiflu, could have had serious negative side effects on their six-year old daughter. Doctors acknowledged the side effects are possible, but extremely unlikely. “I’m not going to discount the possibility,” Novant Health’s Dr. Charles Bregier said. Dr. Bregier admitted […]

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Travelers warned of possible measles exposure at Chicago's O'Hare airport - fox5sandiego.com

January 16, 2018

Please enable Javascript to watch this video CHICAGO – A passenger arriving on an international flight at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport last Wednesday may have exposed some people in the airport to measles, health officials say. While they stress there is no current risk to the public, the Illinois Department of Public Health said in a […]

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Medical News Today: How to control your appetite naturally

January 16, 2018
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Hunger is an important, natural reminder for people to keep their bodies fueled. But often, an appetite can come back even when we have eaten enough. High appetites can be caused by the kinds of food we eat, the way we eat them, and diet plans that leave a person feeling hungry, among other reasons. […]

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Medical News Today: How immune cells can be controlled to kill cancer

January 16, 2018
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By engineering cancer-killing T cells that can be manipulated noninvasively by remote control, researchers have added a potentially powerful feature to an already promising type of immunotherapy known as CAR T cell therapy. A less invasive, more powerful treatment for cancer could be on the horizon. A report on the study, led by the University […]

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A Man Ruptured His Throat Trying to Hold Back a Big Sneeze - TIME

January 16, 2018

Man Ruptures Throat Trying to Suppress a Big Sneeze | Time A Man Ruptured His Throat Trying to Hold Back a Big Sneeze Search

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Keep fitness resolution going all year - Columbus Telegram

January 16, 2018

If I were to ask you what the most popular New Year’s resolution is, you would probably guess weight loss. Eating better, joining a gym, drinking more water and getting eight hours of sleep every night are the most popular resolutions related to health and fitness. This article will, in general, address these popular resolutions […]

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