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New York Judge Won’t Let Dozens of Anti-Vaxxers’ Kids Back in Green Meadow Waldorf School in Rockland County

(Newser) – No measles case was confirmed at the Green Meadow Waldorf School – and health officials from Rockland County, New York, where there was an "unprecedented" epidemic, they want to keep it that way. On Tuesday, a federal judge denied the parents' request for more than three dozen unvaccinated children to overturn an "exclusion order" by the county health …

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US warship quarantined at sea for TWO MONTHS due to virus outbreak 

The American warship was quarantined at sea for TWO MONTHS due to the virus epidemic The USS Fort McHenry is currently operating in the Persian Gulf, in the Middle East 25 sailors and marines aboard the warship were diagnosed with mumps The first case broke out in December and the last was reported on March 9 Di Chiara Fiorillo for …

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Michigan to receive money from national opioid initiative

Detroit News staff reports and wiring Published 5:05 ET March 14, 2019 | Updated 8:40 ET ET March 14, 2019 Buy photo Thursday's Michigan is set to become the second state to receive part of a $ 50 million investment to help fight the opioid crisis nationwide, according to Governor Gretchen Whitmer and former Mayor of New York Michael R. …

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Travel related measles confirmed in Oakland County

PONTIAC (WJRT) – 03/13/2019 – The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the Oakland County Health Division confirmed a measles case related to travel in Oakland County. According to a statement, the exhibition came from an individual visiting from Israel after a stay in New York. People may have been exposed to measles in the following locations: • …

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Cancer’s ‘internal wiring’ predicts relapse risk

Image Copyright Getty Images Breast cancer's "internal wiring" can predict which women are more likely to survive or fall back, they say researchers. breast cancer is composed of 11 separate diseases, each of which has a different risk of return. The hope is that the results, in the journal Nature, can identify people who need closer monitoring and reassure others …

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Deaths from dementia have doubled in US, report says

The term dementia includes pathological states that alter memory and determine a decline in cognitive function. These conditions seem to affect the population the most, as it is expected to affect 14 million people aged 65 and over by 2060, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Dr. Ellen Kramarow, lead author of the new report and …

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A different strain of flu virus sweeps nation, hits Utah

David Goldman, Associated Press FILE – On February 9, 2018, an archive photo, a nurse locks an IV in a flu patient at the Upson Regional Medical Center in Thomaston, Georgia. SALT LAKE CITY – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have reported that a second wave of influenza virus is affecting some states in the United States, including Utah. …

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Another confirmed measles case in Clark County, bringing outbreak total to 77 patients

FILE – This February 6, 2015 archive photo shows a measles, mumps and rubella vaccine on a shelf in a pediatric clinic in Greenbrae, California. A measles epidemic near Portland has captivated dozens of people in Oregon and Washington, with several other cases suspected and public health officials scrambling to contain the virus, claiming low vaccination rates are making the …

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