Webmd.com

First seen in 2017, this bacterial strain has already caused 255 Americans in 32 states to become ill, and many more cases are expected.

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Healthline.com

Researchers say fasting can help reduce a certain type of cell associated with inflammation.

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Livescience.com

Brain cells in mice turn on genes that are very different from the ones in human brain cells.

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The New York Times

The mosquito-borne virus spread through the island in 2017, but global health officials failed to sound the alarm.

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Techxplore.com

Smartphones that don't scratch or shatter. Metal-free pacemakers. Electronics for space and other harsh environments. These could all be made possible thanks to a new ceramic welding technology developed by a team of engineers at the University of California …

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Aol.com

A Utah man has been placed into a medically induced coma after he was diagnosed with a vaping-related lung disease.

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The Verge

A sweeping new global study has just provided even more evidence that air pollution increases the risk of death. The study, published August 22nd in The New England Journal of Medicine, shows that increasing levels of air pollution can raise mortality rates e…

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Wydaily.com

NEWPORT NEWS — A food handler at two local restaurants tested positive for Hepatitis A, and officials at the Peninsula Health District are alerting customers. Kebab House, 980 J. Clyde Morris Blvd.

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Ecowatch.com

Children who eat a lot of gluten in their earliest years may have an increased risk of developing celiac disease and gluten intolerance, according to a new study published in JAMATrusted Source.

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Inquirer.com

In a new University of Pennsylvania study, researchers found the kind of damage associated with developing atherosclerosis -- what is popularly called hardening of the arteries.

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Fiercebiotech.com

Researchers at Roche and the Paul Scherrer Institute have identified a way to prevent the spread of certain cancer cells. Then they discovered that Merck already has a drug in development that may accomplish that feat.

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Newsweek

Researchers looked at the relationship between the fat and compounds linked to diabetes and obesity.

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Ky3.com

Health officials say the virus has sent 233 people to the hospital and caused two deaths.

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Fox News

A Massachusetts resident has contracted a rare but potentially deadly tick-borne illness, officials in the town of Maynard, where the patient lives, announced this week.

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Duluthnewstribune.com

Researchers hope to determine the impact of West Nile virus on ruffed grouse populations

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Madamenoire.com

They can aid in digestion, suppress the appetite, and overall leave us feeling satiated on less food

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The Telegraph

For me, the latest study into autism by the universities of Montreal, in Canada, and Copenhagen, in Denmark, makes for depressing reading.

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CNN

The medical journal BMJ published a report today that links a lower risk of early death to higher levels of physical activity at any intensity in middle-aged and older people.

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