• Man self-injected own semen to 'treat' back pain
Man self-injected own semen to 'treat' back pain

The mans arm after injecting semen. This patient's back pain improved over the course of his hospital stay and he opted to discharge himself without availing of an incision and drainage of the "local collection". The journal reports that this is believed to be the first reported medical case of the injection of semen for such a objective, and wen...

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  • Is Meghan Markle returning to Suits for a final appearance?
Is Meghan Markle returning to Suits for a final appearance?

Just kidding it was a big network show that has a insane fan base. "There are no plans for her to return to the show", Harper's Bazaar reported. But just over a week later, he and Meghan's half-sister, Samantha Grant, admitted that he'd posed for staged paparazzi photos after the Daily Mail published video footage proving the photographs...

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  • WHO study details how high fibre diets make for healthier lives
WHO study details how high fibre diets make for healthier lives

The study also revealed that diets with a low glycaemic index and low glycaemic load happened to offer limited support for protection against Type-2 diabetes and stroke only. The team was composed of Jim Mann of New Zealand's University of Otago and his colleagues. Whole grains are high in dietary fibre , which could explain their benefi...

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  • Mayor Bill de Blasio announces plan to protect New York City tenants
Mayor Bill de Blasio announces plan to protect New York City tenants

If implemented, New York City would be the first jurisdiction in the country to mandate paid personal time for employees. "To be the fairest big city in America, New Yorkers can't be forced to choose between bringing home a paycheck and taking time off just to disconnect or spend time with loved ones", de Blasio said.

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  • Healthcare Facility Chief Quits After Woman in Coma Gives Birth
Healthcare Facility Chief Quits After Woman in Coma Gives Birth

The woman had been a patient at the Phoenix facility for years after nearly drowning, according to azfamily.com, which broke the story; police declined to provide NPR with details about their investigation. Social media was flooded with outrage over why police will not call the investigation of a woman in a vegetative state being impregnated,...

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  • Georgia has highest level of flu activity in U.S — CDC
Georgia has highest level of flu activity in U.S — CDC

During the 2017-18 season , 185 children died of flu complications in the United States, officials from the Centers for Disease Control said. The new policy, which was announced on Monday, Jan. "Influenza is always unsafe", Schaffner said. Everyone 6 months of age and older should get a flu vaccine every year. Parents should keep their sick ch...

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  • Mayor Bill de Blasio announces healthcare plan for NYC uninsured
Mayor Bill de Blasio announces healthcare plan for NYC uninsured

The mayor added that participants will also be told how to get care from a specialist, such as an obstetrician/gynaecologist or mental health provider. The news, however, came with a caveat; although overall deaths declined, the number of pedestrians killed in traffic increased past year, city officials noted last week.

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  • Woman in vegetative state who gave birth is tribal member
Woman in vegetative state who gave birth is tribal member

It would be the police who would lead DNA testing to figure out who fathered the baby, Solomon said, adding that it would be hard for Hacienda to escape liability. A Phoenix police spokesman said that a sexual assault investigation had been launched following the birth . Another statement said Hacienda is "already conducting a comprehensive in...

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  • De Blasio Says City Will ‘Guarantee Health Care For All New Yorkers’
De Blasio Says City Will ‘Guarantee Health Care For All New Yorkers’

There are approximately 600,000 New Yorkers without health care coverage. In a tweet on Tuesday, the New York Immigration Coalition applauded de Blasio's effort to provide healthcare to all New York City residents and argued that comprehensive coverage "must be extended to everyone in the state".

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  • This is the absolute best diet for 2019
This is the absolute best diet for 2019

Experts ranked the diet poorly in heart-health, ease of use, and overall impact on health. The diet has always been linked to many health benefits, including lower risks of cancer and heart disease , better kidney health and a healthier gut .

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  • Bristol-Myers Squibb to buy Celgene in £60bn pharma mega
Bristol-Myers Squibb to buy Celgene in £60bn pharma mega

More interesting news about Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (NYSE: BMY ) were released by: Seekingalpha.com and their article: "Bristol-Myers Squibb's Opdivo flunks late-stage lung cancer study - Seeking Alpha" published on October 12, 2018 as well as Seekingalpha.com's news article titled: "Cancer Research Highlight: Yet Again, It's Bristol Drawi...

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  • Mediterranean Diet Ranked Best Way to Eat in 2019
Mediterranean Diet Ranked Best Way to Eat in 2019

If you're interested in trying out the Mediterranean Diet , Peick suggests starting out small and working your way into it. It is followed by the DASH Diet, which tied the with Mediterranean diet for the top spot previous year. Even those who didn't stick to the diet perfectly but followed it "moderately well" reduced their risk of Alzheimer's...

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  • Flu Cases Increasing In Our Area
Flu Cases Increasing In Our Area

At this time last season, there were 1,411 cases. "With significant flu still to come this season, CDC continues to recommend that anyone who has not yet gotten a flu vaccine this season should get vaccinated now", the CDC said in a report .

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  • You're Not Getting Your Wall, Mr. President
You're Not Getting Your Wall, Mr. President

Additional investigations could bog down a White House already besieged by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation collusion probe, draining energy from the administration's agenda and foiling Trump's message. Pelosi says the floor of the House must be "America's Town Hall" and says in her prepared remarks it's a place where people wi...

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  • Possible Ebola exposure to arrive in Nebraska
Possible Ebola exposure to arrive in Nebraska

Officials said the patient was transported by private plane and auto. "The individual is isolated and under observation at a medical facility per standard medical protocol". "Nebraska Medicine/UNMC team is among the most qualified in the world to deal with them". The doctor is being monitored in a secure area that is not accessible to the public ...

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  • Doctor Reportedly Exposed to Ebola in Africa Brought to U.S. Hospital
Doctor Reportedly Exposed to Ebola in Africa Brought to U.S. Hospital

The current Ebola outbreak began on August 1, 2018, in North Kivu Province in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Nebraska Medicine, a network of hospitals, clinics and healthcare colleges, together with academic partner UNMC, are among world leaders in the treatment of Ebola.

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  • Sharp rise in flu cases across NY
Sharp rise in flu cases across NY

The agency released its flu activity report Friday. Last chance to take advantage of our best offer of the year! Last month the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned that the winter flu would soon start spreading fast.

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  • Flu Cases Spike Across New York State And In Broome County
Flu Cases Spike Across New York State And In Broome County

If they don't get flu shots by the 31st, then they must be kept home from school for the duration of flu season (through March 31), unless they get the shot. Flu seasons can vary in severity, during most seasons. One reason for hospitalization can be pneumonia, which is a "very well-known complication of influenza", Bogoch said.

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  • Thailand parliament legalises marijuana, calls it a New Year’s gift
Thailand parliament legalises marijuana, calls it a New Year’s gift

In what its legislators are calling a "gift" to the country, Thailand has officially approved medical marijuana for usage and research. On Tuesday, Thailand legalised the use of marijuana for medical and research goal in the country.

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  • Walgreens Sweetens Q1 Earnings Beat With Cost-Cutting Plan
Walgreens Sweetens Q1 Earnings Beat With Cost-Cutting Plan

There may be many price targets for only protection. In the same period of past year, the retailer said it had EPS of $1.28 on revenue of $30.74 billion. Volume is usually displayed in charts as a series of histograms underneath the price . Chesapeake Utilities Corporation (NYSE:CPK) has experienced an average volume of 56382.4.

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  • Obamacare ruled unconstitutional by USA federal judge in Texas
Obamacare ruled unconstitutional by USA federal judge in Texas

Hospital chains HCA Inc. and Tenet Healthcare Corp. dropped 7 percent and 4 percent respectively when markets opened Monday. "The only way to convince them to stop trying to repeal this law, and start working to make health care better, is to keep voting, in big numbers, in every election, for people who'll protect and improve our care", Obama ...

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  • Use of e-cigarettes almost doubles among U.S. high school seniors
Use of e-cigarettes almost doubles among U.S. high school seniors

Wilson Compton, deputy director of the U.S. National Institute on Drug Abuse, which funds the survey. A junior at South Charleston High School in West Virginia, Trina Hale, said that vaping, Juul, in particular, is a common habit among the teens in her high school.

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  • Obamacare ruled out of order by Texas judge
Obamacare ruled out of order by Texas judge

This Oct. 23, 2018 file photo shows the HealthCare.gov website on a computer screen in NY. O'Connor's decision may be reversed on an intermediate appeal, but because of the importance of the massive law, a looming question reverberated Monday: What would the Supreme Court do? The case is likely to reach the US Supreme Court, where the five just...

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  • Federal Judge Rules ObamaCare Is Unconstitutional
Federal Judge Rules ObamaCare Is Unconstitutional

A federal judge in Texas ruled on Friday that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional, a decision that was likely to be appealed to the Supreme Court . The Supreme Court upheld the law as constitutional in 2012 and 2015, though the first of those opinions struck down the ACA's provision that was to expand Medicaid nationwide, letting each st...

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  • Fentanyl Surpasses Heroin As Drug Most Often Involved In Deadly Overdoses
Fentanyl Surpasses Heroin As Drug Most Often Involved In Deadly Overdoses

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Oxycodone, which was the most common drug cited in fatal overdoses in 2011, was eclipsed by heroin from 2012 to 2015, and then fentanyl in 2016. These recent trends are part of a larger epidemic of fatal drug overdoses, which more than tripled between 1999 and 2017. The prescription painkiller Oxycodone...

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  • Johnson & Johnson ‘KNEW their baby powder contained cancer-causing asbestos’ says report
Johnson & Johnson ‘KNEW their baby powder contained cancer-causing asbestos’ says report

Baby powder was asbestos-free, the company states according to the report. The Johnson & Johnson website lists five important safety facts about talc and says , "Talc does not cause cancer". Then, in 1992, three years after J&J sold its Vermont mines, the new owner, Cyprus Minerals, said in an internal report on "important environmental issues"...

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  • Google Fit update brings home screen widgets and other improvements
Google Fit update brings home screen widgets and other improvements

You can see a GIF Google tweeted out to unveil the guided breathing feature below. Also, whenever you manually log a workout in the journal, you'll have the option to adjust your activity intensity and get awarded more accurate Heart Points for it.

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  • Kavanaugh sides with liberals in Planned Parenthood case
Kavanaugh sides with liberals in Planned Parenthood case

In his 4-page dissent , the conservative jurist accused the court of being scared from taking the cases simply because " Planned Parenthood " appeared in their titles. Planned Parenthood does not receive any federal funding for abortion , but does provide a range of other medical and health services for poor families, including cancer screening a...

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  • Say no to raw cookie dough — CDC issues warning
Say no to raw cookie dough — CDC issues warning

The CDC said the danger lies in both the flour and the raw eggs. "When they're raw, they can have pathogens like salmonella or E. coli and that can make you very sick". Officials said they can make you sick. Follow the recipe or package directions for cooking or baking at the proper temperature and for the specified time.

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  • Flu season heading toward full-swing
Flu season heading toward full-swing

Thursdays and 2 to 6 p.m. the first Thursday of each month. A full list of sites that all be offering the flu shot can be found here. Just 44 percent of African-Americans 60 and older in the Garden State have been vaccinated, compared with 68 percent of white seniors surveyed.

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