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Researchers discover how the sun damages our skin - Medical Xpress

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Researchers at Binghamton University, State University of New York have discovered the mechanism through which ultraviolet radiation, given off by the sun, damages our skin. What kind of ultraviolet radiation is the worst for our skin? And how exactly does t… [+3737 chars]

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Taking the raw road - Deccan Chronicle

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It’s raw, it’s healthy and will make you feel good. So swear “Rawtarians” — a growing community who do not believe in consuming grains, dairy or animal products, lentils, fats or refined sugars for years together!  Instead, they eat only raw food for a health… [+4097 chars]

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Gov't receives Shs720m equipment for ebola response - NTVUganda

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The ministry of Health has extended the Ebola response plan for three more months because the threat from the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo remains high. Health Minister Jane Ruth Aceng made the revelation as she received equipment to boost the… [+217 chars]

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Sources and factors influencing air pollution - The Hindu

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From planes and buses to refineries and factories, there are multiple sources of air pollution. These are complex processes that lead to formation of new particulate matter and precursor gas molecules both of which are harmful to our lungs, said scientists an… [+2151 chars]

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Decrease in PTSD symptom may lower Type 2 diabetes risk: Study - ANI News

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ANI | Updated: Aug 22, 2019 22:57 IST Washington D.C. [USA], Aug 22 (ANI): Treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can lower the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, suggests a study, published in the journal 'JAMA Psychiatry.'"Some long-term chro… [+2069 chars]

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CDC sounds alarm over deadly drug-resistant salmonella - CNN

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(CNN)A deadly strain of salmonella that has sickened more than 250 people may not respond to the antibiotics commonly prescribed to treat the foodborne infection, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In its Morbidity and Mortality … [+2450 chars]

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Mass. man diagnosed with Powassan Virus - WPRI

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Town officials in Maynard, Mass. have confirmed that a patient has been diagnosed with the Powassan Virus, a deadly tick-borne illness.

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Hepatitis A exposure at two Newport News restaurants - 13News Now

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A food handler at two local restaurants in Newport News was recently diagnosed with Hepatitis A.

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Lower levels of dietary vitamins, antioxidants associated with frailty among older adults - ANI News

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ANI | Updated: Aug 22, 2019 21:25 IST Washington D.C. [USA], Aug 22 (ANI): Lower levels of specific dietary vitamins and antioxidants are linked to frailty among older adults, suggests a study.The study published in the journal of the American Medical Direct… [+1373 chars]

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Self-administered acupressure could help in Lower back pain - Specialty Medical Dialogues

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Acupressure, a traditional Chinese medicine technique, can improve chronic pain symptoms in the lower back,finds a recent study.The study has bee published in Pain Medicine.Susan Murphy the lead author of the study says that while acupressure has been previou… [+2458 chars]

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Border Patrol broke Federal Law for last 10 years — August 21, 2019 - Bud Meyers

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A top government watchdog alerted President Trump and Congress that Customs and Border Protection (CBP), through a "disturbing" pattern of misconduct, has endangered the public for nearly a decade by failing to comply with a federal law requiring that the age… [+116 chars]

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Serious mental disorder in youth may have lasting impact on employment prospects: Study - Hindustan Times

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Mental disorders experienced in adolescence or early adulthood that require hospital care are linked to low income, poor education, and unemployment over the life span of individuals, suggests a study. The study published in the journal ‘Acta Psychiatrica Sc… [+1546 chars]

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Skipping a few meals with intermittent fasting may help people avoid cancer, diabetes, and heart disease - INSIDER

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Forget three square meals a day. Fasting may be the ultimate recipe for long-term health. This is a piece of advice that cultures and religions around the world have been taking for centuries. In recent years, a version of this practice called intermitt… [+5227 chars]

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Antibiotics may increase risk of colon cancer: Study - Times Now

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Washington DC: Popping even a single course of antibiotics might increase, though slightly, the risk of developing colon cancer a new study suggests. The study published in the journal 'Gut' highlighted the need for judicious use of this broad category of dru… [+2854 chars]

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Olanzapine reduces relapse risk in psychotic depression patients: JAMA - Specialty Medical Dialogues

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Delhi: Continuing with sertraline plus olanzapine reduced the risk of relapse in patients with psychotic depression in remission as compared to treatment with sertraline plus placebo, according to a recent study in the JAMA journal. Psychotic depression is a… [+3260 chars]

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Omega-3 for T2D? Spend Money on 'Something More Useful' - Medscape

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"Spend your money on something more useful," is the conclusion of a UK researcher who looked into evidence on omega-3 fats and type 2 diabetes. Increasing omega-3 fats in the diet has "little or no effect" on preventing or treating type 2 diabetes, according… [+4786 chars]

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The health crisis in India's food - Hyderus Cyf

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Food and drink sold in India is among the unhealthiest in the world, research suggests. Could this add to the already substantial crisis of obesity and noncommunicable diseases (NCDs)? The research, published in the journal Obesity Reviews, looked at twelve … [+2819 chars]

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Yorkshire Teen Naomi Savage successfully passes GCSE after battling brain cancer - International Business Times UK

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Throughout her school life, Naomi Savage has struggled with brain cancer. Even after undergoing multiple craniotomies and chemotherapy sessions, the teen appeared for and passed the General Certificate of Secondary Education examination this year. At the age… [+2018 chars]

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Make sure your kids are vaccinated for new school year - WKBW TV | Buffalo, NY

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Make sure your kids are vaccinated for new school year

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