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CDC activating Emergency Operations Center to aid vaping crisis investigations
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2019 01:14:44 GMT
From feeds.foxnews
As U.S. health officials are investigating what might be causing hundreds of serious breathing illnesses in people who use e-cigarettes and other vaping devices, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has activated its Emergency Operations Center (EOC) to aid the investigations.


Mint vape flavors contain dangerous levels of a cancer-causing chemical, study suggests
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2019 01:31:27 GMT
From https:
Duke University researchers found dangerous levels of pulegone in three mint-flavored e-cigarette liquids and warned that the FDA needs to regulate the chemical linked to cancers.


Genetic mutation may help people fight off deadly MRSA infections
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2019 01:05:31 GMT
From https:
Scientists from Duke University analysed 68 people, half of which had a persistent MRSA infection, while the remaining 34 participants managed to clear the bacteria from their bloodstream.


Professor VALTER LONGO, an expert on ageing, reveals foods that can help you roll back the yearsA
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2019 01:19:04 GMT
From https:
Professor Valter Longo at the University of Southern California in the U.S. has also shown that there is key element of our diet that can transform the rate at which we age: Fasting. (stock photo)


ROGER DOBSON: The new op to beat women's monthly misery - and it WON'T leave a scarA
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2019 01:01:03 GMT
From https:
A NEW incision-free hysterectomy promises a swift recovery and no scarring. Heather West, 53, from Gravesend, Kent, was one of the first in the UK to benefit, as she tells ROGER DOBSON.


Former Brexit MP DAVID DAVIS reveals the low-carb diet that helped transform his healthA
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2019 00:24:53 GMT
From https:
DAVID DAVIS:A year ago, after I resigned from my Cabinet job as Brexit Secretary, I had a routine medical. The doctor frowned, I had non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).


Why a shop assistant refuses to get tested for a terminal disease
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2019 00:20:36 GMT
From https:
Jennifer Hammond feels like she's only lived 'half a life'. For years she's known she has a 50% chance of inheriting the incurable neurological condition Huntington's disease.


For 1 in 16 US women, their first experience with sexual intercourse was rape, study says
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2019 03:33:17 GMT
From rss.cnn
More than 3.3 million American women ages 18 to 44 were raped the first time they had sexual intercourse, according to a new study, and "all demographic groups reported substantial roles of forced sexual initiation."


California man dies in seventh vaping-related illness
Date: 0
From rss.cnn
A California man has become the seventh person to die from a vaping-related illness in the US.


For 1 in 16 US women, their first experience with sexual intercourse was rape, study says
Date: 0
From rss.cnn
More than 3.3 million American women ages 18 to 44 were raped the first time they had sexual intercourse, according to a new study, and "all demographic groups reported substantial roles of forced sexual initiation."


Not everybody wants thoughts and prayers after a disaster, according to a study of hurricane survivors
Date: 0
From rss.cnn
Thinking of sending your "thoughts and prayers" to those affected by tragedy or a natural disaster? Well, not everyone wants them. A new study shows that while Christians placed a positive value on receiving thoughts and prayers from strangers, nonreligous people did not.


Medical guidelines say daily aspirin is too risky for most healthy people. A new study says some can benefit
Date: 0
From rss.cnn
For decades, healthy patients were told to take a low-dose aspirin as a precaution to help prevent heart problems, but the guidelines changed this year. For patients who have had a heart attack, stroke or open heart surgery, a daily aspirin is still recommended and can be a life-saver. But the blood-thinning effect from aspirin could cause a major bleeding event, so for many healthy patients, the daily aspirin habit was not worth the risk.


This med student was given last rites before finding a treatment that saved his life. His method could help millions
Date: 0
From rss.cnn
After David Fajgenbaum suffered repeated life-threatening relapses of Castleman disease, he became laser-focused on trying to save his own life. Against the odds he pioneered a new treatment and an approach to drug research that could help others with rare diseases.


Congo's former health minister detained over alleged mismanagement of $4.3 million in Ebola funds
Date: 0
From rss.cnn
Democratic Republic of Congo former health minister Oly Ilunga has been detained over allegations of mismanaging public funds worth $4.3m allocated to fighting the Ebola outbreak in the country, one of his lawyers told CNN on Monday.


Perils of gender and geography hamper global development, report finds
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2019 00:09:24 -0400
From feeds.reuters
Despite steady development gains, a child's birthplace is still the biggest predictor of its future health, and no matter which country you're born in, life is harder if you're a girl, a major report said on Tuesday.


Prostate drug may slow Parkinson's disease
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2019 00:21:36 GMT
From https:
A medicine for enlarged prostates may benefit brain cells damaged by Parkinson's, scientists find.

Nurse numbers rise 'eclipsed by jump in patients'
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2019 00:24:41 GMT
From https:
Hospital admissions are rising at nearly three times the rate of the nurse workforce, the RCN says.