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Most popular diets millennials want to try in 2019

Instead of eating lots of carbohydrates, people with the keto diet are fed fat and small amounts of protein. These dieters reduce the intake of sugar, but also limit the healthier carbohydrates they consume. Recent studies have questioned the benefits of long-term diets with keto. In August, for example, a study conducted on more than 447,000 people found that the …

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CDC: Washington has fourth-most confirmed cases of AFM in the country

SPOKANE, Washington. – Health officials investigate a record-breaking 252 possible cases of flaccid myelitis across the country and new numbers from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that Washington has the fourth most confirmed case of AFM. There were 158 confirmed cases of the polio-like condition across 36 states, according to a map of the CDC . Washington has …

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Experts Hopeful Free Narcan Will Help Addicts

Enable Javascript to view this video HONESDALE, Pa. – You will soon be able to get a life-saving drug for people who overdose on opioids. Pennsylvania distributes naloxone in 80 health centers across the state on Thursday. Naloxone, also known as Narcan, is best known for its ability to reverse an overdose. The governor of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, is using …

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Ohio mother’s cancer disappears after groundbreaking clinical trial

Enable Javascript to watch this video CLEVELAND – Denise and Jim Keenan recently celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary, but this milestone has taken on even greater significance since Denise was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2009. [19659003] Denise, 66, of Youngstown, told WJW that "he had begun to get used to the idea of ​​not being here anymore". He went …

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Flu not the only issue doctors are warning about

0 Influenza is not the only problem that doctors warn about ATLANTA – As we enter the middle of the flu season, the results of a new study published by the 39; University of Georgia offer hopes that influence According to the study, more people are planning to get a flu shot this year than the last. "This is excellent …

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Four cases of Measles reported in unvaccinated children in Sarasota County

SARASOTA, Fla. – Four cases of measles have been reported in unvaccinated children in Sarasota. The children all had close contact with each other. The Sarasota Department of Health states that infections have been acquired locally and that the source has not been identified. DOH-Sarasota is working with health partners to identify and inform people potentially exposed to measles. The …

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Ohio woman’s cancer disappears after groundbreaking clinical trial

Enable Javascript to watch this video CLEVELAND-Denise and Jim Keenan of Youngstown recently celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary. This goal took on even greater significance, with Denise diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2009. "… .so I started getting used to the idea of ​​not being here anymore." Denise, 66, entered and remitted several times over the past decade, with a …

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Mum’s fury as unvaccinated child excluded from birthday party

One of the most heated debates among parents about children's health is whether we should or should not vaccinate our children. A mother shared her experience with an unvaccinated child on Reddit, revealing what happened when she invited the unvaccinated to her son's birthday party. "After sending invitations to my son's birthday party, I found out that one of her …

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Doctor charged with involuntary manslaughter, illegally prescribing opioids

WOBURN, Mass. – A Dracut doctor was charged with involuntary manslaughter after a patient was convicted of having prescribed opiates for unlawful death, according to Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey. Dr. Richard Miron, 76, a solitary practitioner of internal medicine, was indicted on more charges Thursday by a grand jury of Middlesex County. It deals with a count of manslaughter, …

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