Measles in OR: 2nd case reported in the Salem area

Last year, MI had 19 confirmed cases for all of 2018, according to state health department spokeswoman Angela Minicuci, making it the highest level the state has seen since 1994 when 26 cases were reported. Yeshivas Darchei Torah School: 21550 W. 12... More..

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Hailey Bieber & Stylist Maeve Reilly Grab Dinner at Nobu
by | Saturday, March 23, 2019

Hailey Bieber & Stylist Maeve Reilly Grab Dinner at Nobu

Recently, the model opened up about how marriage has changed her in an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine. Although mental health struggles have not always been in the spotlight, Baldwin is slowly startin...More..

Peloton faces $150M lawsuit over exercise music copyright
by | Saturday, March 23, 2019

Peloton faces $150M lawsuit over exercise music copyright

They allege Peloton knowingly and willfully infringed, using plaintiffs' songs in workout videos without obtaining synchronization, or "sync", licenses. The workout videos feature a variety of well-known song...More..

Smoking Marijuana Daily Increases Your Risk of Psychosis, New Study Says
by | Friday, March 22, 2019

Smoking Marijuana Daily Increases Your Risk of Psychosis, New Study Says

People who use marijuana on a daily basis may be at increased risk for developing psychosis, particularly if they use high-potency marijuana , a new study from Europe suggests. The study also found that th...More..

Italian politician who opposed mandatory chickenpox vaccine gets chickenpox
by | Friday, March 22, 2019

Italian politician who opposed mandatory chickenpox vaccine gets chickenpox

Massimiliano Fedriga , a senior member of the far-right League party announced he spent four days under observation in a medical facility after being diagnosed with chickenpox last week. However, upon his hos...More..

Sugary Drinks Can Be Deadly, Study Says
by | Friday, March 22, 2019

Sugary Drinks Can Be Deadly, Study Says

For almost three decades, the participants filled out surveys about their diet every four years and also answered questions about their lifestyle and overall health every other year. Moreover, the risk of e...More..

FDA approves first medicine for post-partum depression
by | Thursday, March 21, 2019

FDA approves first medicine for post-partum depression

And brexanolone isn't a pill, it's an intravenous treatment that's administered over a 60-hour timeframe in a medically supervised setting, like a hospital. Women may experience thoughts about harming themselve...More..

Fruit juice INJECTIONS leave woman in intensive care
by | Thursday, March 21, 2019

Fruit juice INJECTIONS leave woman in intensive care

Zeng blended a smoothie of 20 different kinds of fruits , placed the mixture into an intravenous drip and then proceeded to inject the liquid into her veins. "The story gained traction on Chinese social media ...More..

Kale, a surprising entry, in 'dirty dozen' pesticide list
by | Thursday, March 21, 2019

Kale, a surprising entry, in 'dirty dozen' pesticide list

The last time kale was tested, for example, it contained residues of imidacloprid, a nicotine substitute that is toxic to many insects, but the pesticide was not included in the most recent testing. EWG rec...More..

Multiple New Cases Of Measles Confirmed In New York
by | Thursday, March 21, 2019

Multiple New Cases Of Measles Confirmed In New York

The rate of reported infections in the region continue to be around one a day. CDC is in the process of contacting people who may have had contact with these cases to provide information and offer preventiv...More..

Reality Star Mike Thalassitis Dead at 26
by | Thursday, March 21, 2019

Reality Star Mike Thalassitis Dead at 26

He was extremely fun to work with and always made me smile. "We had the most special bond that I will never forget", continued the 37-year-old. 'You'll be missed so much. Officers and the London Ambulance Ser...More..

Drinking hot tea linked with elevated risk of esophageal cancer
by | Thursday, March 21, 2019

Drinking hot tea linked with elevated risk of esophageal cancer

The team of researchers followed 50,045 people, aged between 40 and 75, for an average of 10 years. A new study uncovers a correlation between hot tea and cancer, but you don't have to worry if you drink your...More..

Study links daily use of high-strength cannabis to psychosis
by | Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Study links daily use of high-strength cannabis to psychosis

The study's findings are in line with previous research pointing to a link between cannabis use and psychosis - a condition when someone loses grip on reality - though the new research does not definitively f...More..

Sugar-Sweetened Drinks Flow with Bitter Consequences for Heart
by | Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Sugar-Sweetened Drinks Flow with Bitter Consequences for Heart

That's because among heavy consumers of sugary drinks, substituting one artificially sweetened drink per day was tied to a slight reduction in the risk of early death. For women, their risk increased by 25 pe...More..

Superfood or stroke risk...what's the truth about eggs?
by | Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Superfood or stroke risk...what's the truth about eggs?

It found that, yes, dietary cholesterol and eggs are significantly associated with an increased risk - and that the more you eat, the higher the risk becomes. The cholesterol was the driving factor independent ...More..

Sugary Beverages Linked With Increased Risk of Premature Death
by | Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Sugary Beverages Linked With Increased Risk of Premature Death

The study, led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, covered almost 120,000 people over a period of decades and a list of their lifestyle habits, including how frequently they drank sugary beverages s...More..

Daily low-dose aspirin no longer recommended by doctors, if you're healthy
by | Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Daily low-dose aspirin no longer recommended by doctors, if you're healthy

New guidelines released Sunday recommend that a daily aspirin helps to prevent heart attacks or strokes for older healthy adults, mainly those over 70 years of age. "For the most part, we are now much bett...More..

Drinking Sugary Beverages Linked with Early Death
by | Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Drinking Sugary Beverages Linked with Early Death

Beverages, like energy drinks , can be deceiving because they are often advertised as healthy but usually are loaded with calories and sugar . In the study, published today (March 18) in the journal Circul...More..

Taking aspirin to avoid heart attacks? Risks may outweigh benefits
by | Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Taking aspirin to avoid heart attacks? Risks may outweigh benefits

But the new guidelines, jointly from the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association, said that it was no longer necessary for adults with a low risk of heart disease, because people wer...More..

Eating Just 3 Eggs a Week Linked to Early Death
by | Monday, March 18, 2019

Eating Just 3 Eggs a Week Linked to Early Death

Separately, the study found an additional 300 milligrams of dietary cholesterol per day increases the risk of heart disease by 17 percent and premature death by 18 percent. And each additional half an egg c...More..

Buhari Seeks Private Sector Funds For Efforts To Combat HIV/AIDS
by | Sunday, March 17, 2019

Buhari Seeks Private Sector Funds For Efforts To Combat HIV/AIDS

The NAIIS revealed Nigeria had fewer people living with HIV than previously estimated. Adewole said this improvement was possible due to the huge committee the present administration had channelled towards th...More..

Five Tips To Reducing Risk Of Kidney Disease
by | Saturday, March 16, 2019

Five Tips To Reducing Risk Of Kidney Disease

The celebration was initiated by the joint committee of the International Society of Nephrology and International Federation of Kidney Foundations in 2006. NIDDK's Kidney Precision Medicine Project aims to co...More..

Are eggs bad for your heart? New study weighs in
by | Saturday, March 16, 2019

Are eggs bad for your heart? New study weighs in

Speaking to Reuters Health about the study in question, study coauthor Norrina Allen, an associate professor of preventive medicine at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago says tha...More..

Bernie Sanders Cut His Head On Glass Shower Door, Received 7 Stitches
by | Saturday, March 16, 2019

Bernie Sanders Cut His Head On Glass Shower Door, Received 7 Stitches

United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400 will represent the campaign workers as Sanders, an independent USA senator from Vermont, seeks the 2020 Democratic nomination. A majority of Sanders' campaign worker...More..

Measles Outbreak In Clark County, Washington, Up To 71 Confirmed Cases
by | Friday, March 15, 2019

Measles Outbreak In Clark County, Washington, Up To 71 Confirmed Cases

The man required hospitalisation for his symptoms but is no longer infectious and recovering at home. The man is the 21st person in NSW to have been diagnosed with the highly-contagious disease since Christma...More..

Flu season is not over yet
by | Friday, March 15, 2019

Flu season is not over yet

There have already been more than 26 million cases of the flu in the USA since October 1, with more than 12.4 million flu-related medical visits and up to 31,200 deaths caused by the virus. In recent years,...More..

Justin Bieber Asks for Fans to Pray for His Mental Health
by | Thursday, March 14, 2019

Justin Bieber Asks for Fans to Pray for His Mental Health

Last month, People reported that sources divulged to them that Bieber "seems down and tired" and that he "has been struggling a bit". "I got really depressed on tour", he told Vogue . Hailey has known abou...More..

Unvaccinated Kids Are Now Banned From Schools In Italy
by | Thursday, March 14, 2019

Unvaccinated Kids Are Now Banned From Schools In Italy

Children between 6 and 16 can not be flat-out banned from attending school, but parents will face fines up to $560 for sending their unvaccinated kids to class. "Italy's measles vaccine coverage was par with Na...More..

Most Trump Medicare cuts would affect health providers - not seniors, analysis shows
by | Thursday, March 14, 2019

Most Trump Medicare cuts would affect health providers - not seniors, analysis shows

One of the cuts proposed in the upcoming budget may fly under the radar, but the severe cut of funding for the Great Lakes will not escape the attention of inhabitants there. About $718 billion of that would go...More..

IBM's AI Blood Test Could Detect Alzheimer's Earlier Than a Brain Scan
by | Thursday, March 14, 2019

IBM's AI Blood Test Could Detect Alzheimer's Earlier Than a Brain Scan

They found the blood vessel network was less dense in the Alzheimer's patients compared with the other groups. That appearance signifies a healthy brain, but in cases of Alzheimer's disease, the blood vessels a...More..