1st child death associated with flu reported in New Jersey – Idaho Statesman

State health officials have confirmed the first death of a New Jersey child associated with the flu this season. The state Department of Health announced Tuesday the child from central New Jersey died in late December. The department did not release additional information about the child, citing privacy concerns. Health Commissioner Dr. Shereef Elnahal says […]

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Regenera Activa is the Hair Loss Treatment of Choice – Clinically Proven, Safe and Effective – Press Release – Digital Journal

Regenera Activa is an effective hair loss treatment by aesthetic center, Sozo Aesthetic Clinic. It is clinically approved (US FDA, Europe CE, Singapore HSA), all natural, safe and effective. This micro-surgery technology uses regenerative cells from one’s own body. Results can last up to three years even with just one treatment. Hair loss has been […]

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Destroy mosquito-breeding sites, minister urges – Jamaica Observer

Destroy mosquito-breeding sites, minister urges Wednesday, January 09, 2019 ‘); } else { $(“.fotorama-caption”).addClass(“remove_caption”); } }) .fotorama(); MINISTER of Health Dr Christopher Tufton is imploring citizens to be vigilant in seeking out and destroying mosquito-breeding sites in and around their homes. “Citizens must recognise that they have an important responsibility as it relates to monitoring […]

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Ketogenic Diet Downsides, Possible Health Problems – Medical Daily

Over the past couple of years, it has been hard to sift through nutrition-related news without hearing about the ketogenic diet. The name comes from ketosis, which is the state the body enters when it burns fat instead of carbohydrates.  Involving a low-carb and high-fat eating pattern, it gained much popularity after being endorsed by many […]

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Global colorectal cancer mortality rates predicted to rise – EurekAlert

In the first effort to predict the future burden of colorectal cancer mortality globally, researchers note that colon and rectal cancer mortality rates are projected to decrease in most countries apart from some Latin American and Caribbean countries, but increases are predicted for several countries from Europe, North America and Oceania. The findings are published […]

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Ikea urgently warns customers they may have been exposed to MEASLES – Daily Mail

Ikea customers have been warned they may have been exposed to measles after a person carrying the disease shopped at a store. WA Health Department warned people to be on the lookout for symptoms if they visited Ikea in Innaloo, Perth, or Perth Zoo at around lunchtime on January 2. The sick person, who has […]

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Breastfed babies are more likely to be right handed – News-Medical.net

Babies who are breast fed for a longer duration are more likely to be right handed finds a new study. The study titled, ‘Breastfeeding and handedness: a systematic review and meta-analysis of individual participant data’, by Philippe P. Hujoel of the University of Washington is published in the journal Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and […]

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Health care industry spends $30b a year pushing its wares, from drugs to stem cell treatment – News-Medical.net

Hoping to earn its share of the $3.5 trillion health care market, the medical industry is pouring more money than ever into advertising its products — from high-priced prescriptions to do-it-yourself genetic tests and unapproved stem cell treatments. Spending on health care marketing doubled from 1997 to 2016, soaring to at least $30 […]

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Not Enough Women Are Getting Screened For Cervical Cancer, A New Study Says – Bustle

If getting a pap smear is one of your least favorite things to do, know that it’s still a crucial component to your preventive health care routine. According to research released by the Mayo Clinic, and published in the Journal of Women’s Health, not enough women get screened for cervical cancer, and the numbers of […]

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Here’s what you should eat after an intense workout – Times Now

Intense workout can help you lose the right amount of weight (Representational Image)&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspThinkstock Washington DC: Every New Year resolution list includes losing weight and while we all know that an intense workout can help you lose the right amount of weight, very few people know the importance of eating the right […]

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