• CDC is advising that U.S. consumers not eat any romaine lettuce
CDC is advising that U.S. consumers not eat any romaine lettuce

People with symptoms of an E. coli infection , such as severe stomach cramps, diarrhea (often bloody), and vomiting, and think you might have gotten sick from eating romaine lettuce , should talk to their doctor and report their illness to the health department.

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  • Officials try to account for hundreds missing in fire's wake
Officials try to account for hundreds missing in fire's wake

The White House said on Thursday that President Donald Trump plans to visit the fire zones on Saturday to meet displaced residents. It also accounts for a reported 66 of the 69 fire casualties reported, but those numbers are still shifting.

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  • ACE Applauds Revisions to the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans
ACE Applauds Revisions to the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans

The recommended amount of physical activity for children between the ages of 6 through 17 remains the same at 60-minutes per day of moderate-to-vigorous activity including activity that increases heart rate such as walking or running, as well as activities to strengthen muscles and bones such as playing sports or jumping rope.

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  • House Republicans elect Rep. Kevin McCarthy as party leader
House Republicans elect Rep. Kevin McCarthy as party leader

Countering the effort, Pelosi and her supporters in the House are arguing that pushing a woman out of Democratic leadership after more than 100 women were just elected to Congress "would be wrong". House Democrats also plan to vote early next year on plans to ensure patients with preexisting medical conditions are protected when shopping for insura...

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  • Conjoined Bhutanese twins separated at Australian hospital , Australia/NZ News & Top Stories
Conjoined Bhutanese twins separated at Australian hospital , Australia/NZ News & Top Stories

A team of medical experts emerged from theatre on Friday afternoon after the six-hour procedure, proudly declaring that the 15-month-old girls, who were joined at the torso and shared a liver, had been separated. "We saw two young girls very ready for surgery, were able to cope very well with the surgery and now in recovery doing very well, " he sa...

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  • Ariana Grande Apologizes to Ex Ricky Alvarez Over 'Thank U, Next' Lyric
Ariana Grande Apologizes to Ex Ricky Alvarez Over 'Thank U, Next' Lyric

The therapy reveal also follows the release of " Thank U, Next ", Grande's new surprise song, over the weekend. After listing her experiences with each boyfriend, Ariana sings " One taught me love / One taught me patience / And one taught me pain / Now I'm so fantastic".

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  • Organic Lamb Sales Market 2018-2023 with Strategic Trends Growth, Revenue
Organic Lamb Sales Market 2018-2023 with Strategic Trends Growth, Revenue

This report will be a valuable assessment for new startups who wish to enter the Organic Soy Protein Concentrate market . The general idea of the Researchvector research team that the report comes in handy for those who are planning to start a business or someone who is planning to expand the business.

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  • Taste of the Cultures in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Taste of the Cultures in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

As per the World Health Organization, one in five men and one in six women are likely to develop cancer. It is important to understand breast cancer and the latest medical advances that can help you beat it. From the sample, they determined that the presence of Osteopontin variants can very reliably assess the risk group a patient belongs to, thu...

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  • National Drug Take-Back Day starts Saturday
National Drug Take-Back Day starts Saturday

In the last five years, Minnesota has collected almost 100,000 pounds of prescription drugs through take back events. The post DRUG TAKE BACK: "Don't become an accidental drug dealer" by not disposing of unused medications properly appeared first on WDEF .

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  • Trump Says Goal Of New Proposal Is To Lower Drug Prices
Trump Says Goal Of New Proposal Is To Lower Drug Prices

Currently, doctors and hospitals administering Part B drugs are reimbursed the average price of a drug plus 6 percent. Trump also signed sweeping legislation at the White House on Wednesday tackling the opioid crisis, although some experts say it is only a first step.

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  • Everson Griffen To Resume Activities With Vikings
Everson Griffen To Resume Activities With Vikings

Griffen apologized to his teammates six days after the incidents in Minnetrista and Minneapolis, where he allegedly threatened to assault staffers at a hotel in which he had been staying on September 22. Griffen has been named to the Pro Bowl in each of the past three seasons, and he had a career-high 13 sacks in 2017. According to the police r...

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  • 1st child has died of flu this season in Florida, state reports
1st child has died of flu this season in Florida, state reports

The child, whose age and hometown has not been disclosed, died between September 30 and October 6 of influenza B, ABC reports . Women who got vaccinated are also saving their children from the flu before and after birth. Overall, an estimated 80,000 Americans died from flu last season. "Unfortunately, there already has been a child that has ...

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  • Donald Trump Edits Campaign Speech for 'Rules of #MeToo'
Donald Trump Edits Campaign Speech for 'Rules of #MeToo'

President Donald Trump defended his decision to appear at a political rally in Pennsylvania as the most powerful hurricane on record to slam into the Florida Panhandle left at least two people dead and a swath of destruction. He added: "Government-run health care is just the beginning". "Democrats are also pushing massive government control of ...

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  • Senate confirms 15 more judges, wrapping up a GOP priority
Senate confirms 15 more judges, wrapping up a GOP priority

Among Independents, 53% of respondents said that they disapproved of the manner in which the GOP handled the hearings while 23% approved, as to the Democrats 58% of Independents said they disapproved of the manner in which that party handled the hearings while 30% said they approved.

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  • Want to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month? These Products Donate to Research
Want to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month? These Products Donate to Research

She had a double mastectomy in October 2016, followed by multiple rounds of chemotherapy, which ended in April 2017. "I don't really know what exactly is going to happen", Westfall said. The American Cancer Society's 2016 Real Men Wear Pink Day takes place Wednesday when men are asked to join the fight by donning their smartest pink attire ...

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  • Health officials report 6 cases of rare, polio-like virus in Minnesota
Health officials report 6 cases of rare, polio-like virus in Minnesota

Health officials are asking doctors to be on the lookout for children with a rare, polio-like illness after six cases were reported in Minnesota since September 20th. They come from all over the state, including the Twin Cities area and northeastern and central Minnesota. There was a national outbreak of severe respiratory diseases which were c...

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  • Republicans angry, energized to vote after Kavanaugh hearings and confirmation
Republicans angry, energized to vote after Kavanaugh hearings and confirmation

Trump resurfaced some of these concerns after Kavanaugh's nomination was threatened by sexual assault allegations. "The Supreme Court is a team of nine". He added: "I think it's an insult to the American public ". Kavanaugh had served as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington since 2006.

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  • United Kingdom workers turn to tech to help look after their mental health
United Kingdom workers turn to tech to help look after their mental health

In addition, children with depression and anxiety are the most likely to be left undiagnosed. The people who work at Taranaki DHB are usually busy taking care of others. "Often this growth is hindered by the issues and is also a constant fight between being a teenager and being an adult; it is a tough time ", he says.

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  • Brain-eating amoeba kills surfer
Brain-eating amoeba kills surfer

Fabrizio Stabile's family says the 29-year-old complained of a severe headache on September 16, and by the following day he was incoherent and unable to get out of bed. Stabile's obituary said that he passed away surrounded by his family on Friday, September 21 at the Atlantic City Medical Center. He had a keen love for fishing, which led him to ...

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  • Kavanaugh and Ford Have Testified. Here's What Happens Next
Kavanaugh and Ford Have Testified. Here's What Happens Next

Republicans praised Ford's bravery in coming forward, but many of them said her account would not affect their support for Kavanaugh. It followed testimony from Doctor Christine Blasey Ford who said she was "100%" sure he had sexually assaulted her 36 years ago.

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  • A look at what the FBI's Kavanaugh investigation will entail
A look at what the FBI's Kavanaugh investigation will entail

Flake is a particularly unique position as he is the only member of this group who also sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee , which is now still scheduled to vote on whether to sign off on Kavanaugh's nomination Friday morning. That leads to the third important point in all the discussion about an FBI investigation: Democrats and outside groups...

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  • Women chained in police van drown in Hurricane Florence floods
Women chained in police van drown in Hurricane Florence floods

Two mental health patients have been killed after the HCSO transport van they were in was overcome with flood waters, according to an Horry County official in SC. Flood has worked at the sheriff's office for 10 years, and Bishop was hired six years ago, according to Thompson. Thompson told reporters that deputies appear to have driven around a ...

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  • Fall 2018 flu vaccine clinics available
Fall 2018 flu vaccine clinics available

Despite this conflicting advice, Public Health Solutions in Crete says some immunization is better than none, and predicting the timing of the flu is hard. The age recommendation for Fluarix Equivalent, which uses mammalian culture rather than chicken embryos, was changed from 3 years old and older to 6 months and older.

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  • USA calls teen e-cig use an 'epidemic'
USA calls teen e-cig use an 'epidemic'

As of 2017, more than two million high school-age Americans used e-cigarettes, a trend that represents a historic uptake of nicotine products, the FDA said. Nearly 12% of high school students and 3% of middle school students reported using e-cigarettes in the prior 30 days. If underage consumption does not justify a ban on tobacco cigarettes (a...

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  • Health Department investigating two cases of Legionnaires’ disease in the Bronx
Health Department investigating two cases of Legionnaires’ disease in the Bronx

Legionella bacteria are found in soil and natural water sources, but can grow in air conditioning, swimming pool and plumbing systems. A hotel in a popular New Hampshire beach town was ordered to take "immediate steps" to address its water system after it tested positive for bacteria that may have caused a Legionnaires' outbreak that sickened 1...

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  • Backed Candidate Ron DeSantis Wins Florida's GOP Gubernatorial Primary
Backed Candidate Ron DeSantis Wins Florida's GOP Gubernatorial Primary

Trump has made clear he will do a lot to help the Gubernatorial bid of Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), and the effort by Florida Gov. Rick Scott to take on incumbent Sen. DeSantis' television ads were Trump-focused, including one where his toddler stacks bricks while DeSantis exclaims, "Build the wall!" "I'm truly honored to represent people acros...

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  • McCain death leaves Republicans lined up behind Trump
McCain death leaves Republicans lined up behind Trump

The results could be mixed. With more than one-third of the vote counted. But Ward's candidacy forced McSally, once viewed as a relatively centrist candidate, to veer to the right on border security and immigration issues. With no runoff required, the victor will immediately have to shore up support within the party. The conservative Koch net...

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  • A professors ideas behind coconut oil is 'pure poison' claim
A professors ideas behind coconut oil is 'pure poison' claim

Central to her remarks is that there is no evidence of the long-term health benefits of coconut oil as well as the findings that the ingredient features a high saturated fat content that can elevate the levels of LDL, or "bad" cholesterol and ultimately fuel cardiovascular disease .

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  • No alcohol safe to drink - global study confirms
No alcohol safe to drink - global study confirms

The authors also used updated and more robust statistical review models to analyze alcohol consumption and the health problems associated with it. The report urges governments to revise health guidelines to suggest lower levels of consumption.

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  • Utah's first West Nile death of 2018 reported in Salt Lake County
Utah's first West Nile death of 2018 reported in Salt Lake County

The health authority says no human cases have been reported and no positive mosquito pools have been identified. And most people bitten by an infected mosquito never show any symptoms. That's why it's important for individuals to continue to take personal precautions against mosquito bites - both before and after any spraying is conducted, sa...

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