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Reducing air pollution could significantly reduce risk of depression Reducing air pollution could significantly reduce risk of depression

Numerous studies have already proven that air pollution is a causal factor in the initiation of several diseases, such as lung cancer . How, exactly, she said, is not fully understood. Global city PM2.5 levels range from 114 and 97 in Delhi and D...

Puppies at Pet Store Are Probably Spreading Infection, CDC Says Puppies at Pet Store Are Probably Spreading Infection, CDC Says

The states where illness has been reported are Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois, Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina, Florida, Maryland, Connecticut, Minnesota, Wyoming, Utah and Nevada. Wash your hands after cleaning up urine (pee), feces (poop), or vomit f...

Ervebo: FDA approves Ebola vaccine for first time Ervebo: FDA approves Ebola vaccine for first time

Roger M. Perlmutter, president of Merck Research Laboratories, said in a statement Friday. They are very rare and usually occur when people who are already infected with the virus have traveled to the country or when health workers have become infe...

Sarah Sanders faces backlash after appearing to mock Joe Biden's stutter Sarah Sanders faces backlash after appearing to mock Joe Biden's stutter

Joe Biden went after Sarah Sanders directly after leaving the debate stage, saying 'it's called empathy. She later deleted the tweet. The only person who was flawless was Jesus - and Trump certainly isn't him. Perez, a former labor secretary under...

County flu cases rise almost 70% in 1 week County flu cases rise almost 70% in 1 week

No flu-related deaths were reported last week, but this flu season's seven deaths still outpace the six confirmed deaths at this time last flu season. "Many individuals with influenza do not seek medical attention", she said. Duchin declined to s...

Influenza vaccinations down as Wales flu season begins Influenza vaccinations down as Wales flu season begins

In general, influenza B is more common in children, while influenza A, also known as H1N1, is more commonly seen in older adults, according to Dr. Jessica Grayson, an assistant professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The different flu v...

Federal court: ObamaCare individual mandate unconstitutional Federal court: ObamaCare individual mandate unconstitutional

Judge Jennifer Walker Elrod wrote that "the individual mandate is unconstitutional because it can no longer be read as a tax, and there is no other constitutional provision that justifies this exercise of congressional power". The 5th Circuit ruling ...

Office of the Commissioner of Insurance: Open enrollment on HealthCare.gov extended Office of the Commissioner of Insurance: Open enrollment on HealthCare.gov extended

You can go onto our website, however, we can help if you want to give us a call. "This is great news for folks in Wisconsin", said Wisconsin Insurance Commissioner Mark Afable. For other questions regarding open enrollment, call the Georgia Departm...

Why are Northern Ireland's nurses going on strike? Why are Northern Ireland's nurses going on strike?

About 9,000 nurses are expected to take part in the first 12-hour walk-out, which begins at 08:00 GMT on Wednesday. BBC News NI explains the background to the crisis. Unions agreed a 6.5% three-year pay rise for NHS staff, excluding doctors, last...

Labor Agreement Clears Way For Democratic Debate To Proceed As Planned Labor Agreement Clears Way For Democratic Debate To Proceed As Planned

Unite Here Local 11 announced they had reached a tentative agreement with the food service giant, aided by the Democratic National Committee . Though negotiations started back in March, no resolution has been found and picketers began demonstrati...

Almost 15 percent of US teens, adolescents have vaped marijuana Almost 15 percent of US teens, adolescents have vaped marijuana

And after staying relatively stable in recent years, the rate of adolescents who said they used marijuana daily - in any form - has started to creep up among eighth and 10th graders. "It's like the Bermuda triangle of drug abuse. There is good rese...

Puppies may be making people sick, CDC says Puppies may be making people sick, CDC says

The CDC said Tuesday that 30 people have been infected across 13 states, including OH, with a strain of Campylobacter jejuni. So, "people who own, work with or come in contact with puppies or dogs should take steps to stay healthy". They also adv...

IFF merge with DuPont's Nutrition & Biosciences business IFF merge with DuPont's Nutrition & Biosciences business

Under the terms of the agreement, DuPont shareholders would own 55.4% and IFF shareholders would own 44.6% of the new company. Upon completion of the transaction, DuPont will receive a one-time $7.3 billion special cash payment, subject to certain ...

Two apples a day may lower cholesterol levels, study concludes

Right here is fundamental because high cholesterol within the blood can block and harden arteries, raising the anxiousness of a coronary heart assault or stroke. On the other hand, since such trials are quite costly, they include only small numbers o...

E-cigarette use increases risk of chronic lung disease, study claims E-cigarette use increases risk of chronic lung disease, study claims

The findings were published December 16, 2019, in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine and are based on an analysis of publicly available data from the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH), which tracked e-cigarette and tobacco...

LifeLabs reveals data breach affecting 85,000 Ontarians LifeLabs reveals data breach affecting 85,000 Ontarians

The offices of the information and privacy commissioners in B.C. and Ontario, Tuesday, said LifeLabs was hit by an attack on its computer systems November 1, which reported that cybercriminals had penetrated its systems to extract data, mostly from p...

3 people who went through Los Angeles airport had measles 3 people who went through Los Angeles airport had measles

Those who traveled to the Denver International Airport on December 11 between 1:15 p.m. until 5:45 p.m. could be at risk of contracting the disease, especially if they have not received the MMR vaccine. Colorado's immunization rate for the measles, ...

Chili Pepper Consumption Reduces Risk for Death After Heart Attack or Stroke Chili Pepper Consumption Reduces Risk for Death After Heart Attack or Stroke

A study that tracked almost 23,000 Italians found that those who consumed chilli peppers more than four times a week had a 44 per cent lower chance of dying from coronary heart disease, while the risk of death from a stroke fell by 61 per cent.

READ: Trump Impeachment Report By House Judiciary READ: Trump Impeachment Report By House Judiciary

Initially, Letter argued that the disclosure of materials connected to former special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation was urgent because those materials would be "utilized" in the Senate's expected impeachment trial in January. "So, we can do...

The Amount Of Alcohol You Can Safely Drink Has Just Been Slashed The Amount Of Alcohol You Can Safely Drink Has Just Been Slashed

The current limit here is 15. Council chief executive Professor Anne Kelso says the guidelines aim to reduce the health risks of alcohol consumption. "From the fairly low levels of consumption, the risk of cancer can go up", said Kate Conigrave , ...

Flu deaths in US reach 1,300, CDC estimates Flu deaths in US reach 1,300, CDC estimates

The MoH is reminding that the influenza virus is serious and is generally more severe than the common cold. Nearly seven and a half million eligible children and adults missed out on their free NHS vaccination previous year, according to Public He...

E-cigarettes raise risks of lung disease

Overall, "we're still learning so much about e-cigarettes", Dr. Maria Rahmandar, pediatrician and medical director of the Substance Use & Prevention Program at Ann & Robert H. "The risks of e-cigarettes and cigarettes are independent of each other, a...

Samoa measles death toll rises to 73

But the Ministry says the vaccination campaign is going well, with 93 percent of the population now innoculated. Authorities have asked non-vaccinated residents to hang red flags on their homes to facilitate the campaign. Earlier this month, the Worl...

State Health Department Reports 5th Vaping Related Death In Indiana State Health Department Reports 5th Vaping Related Death In Indiana

A temporary restraining order preventing the ban from taking effect expired on October 28, the Department of Public Health and Human Services said. The restrictions include the sale of all flavored e-cigarette products, including flavored nicot...

New Zealand provides $1 million to fight measles in Pacific New Zealand provides $1 million to fight measles in Pacific

The funding is complementary to the $200,000 for Fiji's current mass vaccination campaign, support for vaccinations in Tonga and the financial, material and personnel support in response to Samoa's measles outbreak. The Head of Health Protection at...

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