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  1. Flu season starting slowly; Docs encourage flu shots nowRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago |

    ... by the season flu shot, according to Centers for Disease Control reports. Sadly, Mississippi State Department of Health reported its first pediatric flu death for the season in early December. The South Mississippi child who died had underlying ...


  2. Are You Really as Young as You Feel?Read the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | PsychCentral

    ... Aging Neuroscience earlier this year These people were also more likely to score higher on a memory test, view their health as better, and be less likely to report symptoms of depression . The researchers found a correlation between subjective age ...


  3. Eight Stoner Gifts You and Your Friends Need This Holiday SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Stranger

    Stoners were easy to shop for during pot's prohibition. Put a bow on an eighth of good weed and you were suddenly a masterful gift giver.


  4. UB researcher awarded $2.7 million NIH grant to study health of military personnelRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | University at Buffalo

    "The information obtained from this study can be used to better inform prevention and intervention programs aimed at improving health outcomes for our military service members and their families." BUFFALO, N.Y. - A University at Buffalo researcher who studies health outcomes among members of the military has received a $2.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to continue the research project.


  5. Therapeutic strategies for sickle cell disease: towards a multi-agent approachRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Nature Reviews Drug Discovery

    ... J. Med. 330 , 1639-1644 (1994). Kauf, T. L., Coates, T. D., Huazhi, L., Mody-Patel, N. & Hartzema, A. G. The cost of health care for children and adults with sickle cell disease. Am. J. Hematol. 84 , 323-327 (2009). Elmariah, H. et al. Factors ...


  6. Doctors say mother's cancer disappeared after groundbreaking...Read the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago | Connecticut Post

    An Ohio woman diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2009 is cancer-free after taking part in a groundbreaking clinical trial. "She's convinced me probably a hundred times over the years that she was a goner," her husband Jim Keenan told WJW-TV .


  7. NAMI series helps families whose children have emotional problemsRead the original story

    17 min ago | The Daily Democrat

    ... treatments, including evidence-based therapies, medications and their side effects. An overview of the public mental health care, school and juvenile justice systems is given. The course addresses management of crises, problem solving and effective ...


  8. UFC 233 at Honda Center canceled after another failed SoCal swipe at BellatorRead the original story w/Photo

    19 min ago | LA Daily News

    For the second time in two years, the UFC scheduled a card here the same night as Bellator and couldn't deliver This is what appeared on the UFC's website for UFC 233 on Wednesday morning, just hours before the UFC announced it was canceling the Jan. 26 event at Honda Center. The UFC walks into a bar, sees Bellator MMA sitting with a bunch of its fighters and hollers to the bartender, "A round of what they're having for all of our fighters."


  9. Top 3 Superfoods to Help with FibromyalgiaRead the original story w/Photo

    21 min ago | Natural Holistic Health

    Fibromyalgia is an illness that can lead to chronic pain and inflammation among other issues. Though your doctor can prescribe certain pain relieving medications for you, you may find that these medications only mask the pain and the inflammation is still there.


  10. It is costing them thousands of pounds to manage the diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | IcSuttoncoldfield

    Lack of access to a life-changing diabetes aid on the NHS has seen one Birmingham family forced to shell out more than 2,000 a year to help manage their sons' disease. The mother of the two boys says the family is 'sacrificing everything' in order to afford the aid, which she feels should be available on prescription.


  11. These are the 10 best movies of 2018, and herea s why one towered over them allRead the original story w/Photo

    27 min ago | LA Daily News

    Perhaps the main one being that people went to the movies. Went a lot, despite dire warnings of Netflix, Amazon Prime and other such streaming services taking computerized control of all good, 21st Century citizens' moving picture viewing habits.


  12. Fewer CSUN students show up for finals following campus threats - " Daily NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | LA Daily News

    "This is the millennial's version of pulling the fire alarm," says Francisco Bello, 48, who studies for a geography final outside CSUN's Sierra Hall where a Sonoma State University Police officer with the CSU Critical Response Unit was stationed on Wednesday, December 12, 2018 after two threats of mass shootings were found in Sierra Hall this week at the Northridge school. A minimal amount of students were on campus for the first day of finals due to the threats.


  13. Diagnostic blood test distinguishes between Ebola and similar illnessesRead the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | Chemical and Engineering News

    ... between the pathogens through Raman spectroscopy. During the 2014 Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa, public health workers realized quickly that one of their biggest challenges was properly diagnosing an illness that, at least clinically, mimics ...


  14. Giving Fund: Families need help with bills, students need laptopRead the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | Connecticut Post

    ... this time last year, 32 readers had raised $5,220. Brandy, a single mother of one daughter, has had numerous serious health challenges that affected her ability to work. She has worked closely with her physicians and has gotten her health under ...


  15. Congressman-Elect Says He's Worried Vaccines May Cause Autism. He's Also A DoctorRead the original story w/Photo

    36 min ago | The Daily Caller

    Republican Rep.-elect Mark Green alleged Tuesday that vaccines may cause autism, rejecting data from the Centers for Disease Control maintaining that a relationship between the two does not exist. "[T]here is some concern that the rise in autism is the result of the preservatives that are in our vaccines," Green said at a town hall Tuesday night in Tennessee, the Nashville Tennessean reported .


  16. Asia-Pacific Glaucoma Treatment Market 2018 Industry Trends,...Read the original story w/Photo

    54 min ago | SBWire

    ... by closed angle glaucoma (CAG) and these two account for greater than 50% of glaucoma cases. According to World Health Organization (WHO) estimates, Glaucoma is the second most common cause of blindness worldwide after cataract. Get Sample Copy @ ...


  17. PW's 10 Most-Read Religion Stories of 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    57 min ago | Publishers' Weekly

    From Zondervan's settlement on a plagiarism case to the #MeToo era's impact on Christian writing conferences, here are PW's top religion and spirituality stories of 2018. Dekker, who has sold more than 10 million books, discusses his new two-book series, Beyond the Circle, which explores the darkest parts of life.


  18. Avenue Therapeutics Inc (ATXI) Director Jeffrey Paley Acquires 10,000 SharesRead the original story w/Photo

    58 min ago | IntersportsWire

    Avenue Therapeutics Inc Director Jeffrey Paley acquired 10,000 shares of the business's stock in a transaction on Monday, December 3rd. The shares were purchased at an average price of $5.48 per share, for a total transaction of $54,800.00.


  19. Heart disease greater in people living near oil and gas wellsRead the original story w/Photo

    59 min ago |

    New York, Dec 12 : People living near areas with oil and gas exploration sites could be at more risk of developing cardiovascular disease, say researchers. The pilot study found that those who lived in these areas showed early signs of CVD, including higher blood pressure, changes in the stiffness of blood vessels, and markers of inflammation.


  20. Our View: Make a gift of your time and attentionRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Post-Bulletin

    ... are socially isolated, according to nationwide AARP-affiliated nonprofit Connect2Affect. Lack of transportation, poor health, retirement and/or the loss of a partner and friends, and rural living all contribute to social isolation in seniors. ...