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Sepsis from nail-biting hospitalizes U.K. man

Luke Hanoman, 28, knew that biting his nails was a bad habit, but he never realized he could kill him. "It was a nervous thing," he told The Mirror, the father of two from Southport, Great Britain. "And one day I bit the skin along the side of my nail It hurt a little but I did not think about …

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Researchers develop portable 3-D skin printer to repair deep wounds

From left to right, associate professor Axel Guenther, Navid Hakimi and Richard Cheng created the first "skin printer" that forms tissues in situ for the application to wounds. Credit: Liz Do Researchers at the University of Toronto have developed a portable 3-D skin printer that also deposits layers of skin tissue to cover and heal deep wounds. The team believes …

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Dr. is in: Protecting your family from Skin Cancer

May is the month of Melanoma Awareness and with the arrival of the summer protecting the largest organ of your body is important. Smooth skin without dark spots is something we all fight for but nobody has. The differences in pigmentation in the skin are actually a natural part of aging. However, dark spots that suddenly appear are something that …

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Seven warnings signs to prevent skin cancer

But spending hours in the hot sun involves risks, so this is a good time to remember the importance of protecting your skin. Skin cancer is the most common cancer in Ireland, according to the Irish Cancer Society, with about 10,000 new cases diagnosed each year. There are several types of skin cancer, and while some may seem easy to …

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Purple Stride Walk – WPRI

East Greenwich, RI (WPRI) – The annual PurpleStride Rhode Island walk begins on Sunday morning, the characteristic event of the pancreatic cancer action network. The walk is an opportunity for survivors, family and friends to pay tribute to those who have been affected by the disease. It is held at Goddard Memorial Park. The opening ceremonies start at 9:30 am …

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Tick-borne Diseases In Connecticut – Hartford Courant

Diseases transmitted by black ticks, commonly known as deer ticks: Lyme disease : The most common disease transmitted by vectors in the United States, which are diseases transmitted to humans by ticks, insects or other animals. More than 300,000 people in this nation have believed they are infected with Lyme disease every year. The effects can vary from mild to …

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Diseases from ticks, fleas, mosquitoes on the rise

Diseases caused by mosquitoes, ticks and flea bites have tripled in the United States since 2004, a growing threat across the nation that is letting local and state health departments climb to control, notes a new report by the Centers for Disease Control [19659002] Between 2004 and 2016, there were over 640,000 cases of disease spread by reported mosquitoes and …

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JOHN PERRY: Diet plays a big part in stroke prevention | Health

According to a recent study, people who eat beef, chicken or grilled or well-made fish can increase the risk of developing high blood pressure. The study followed more than 100,000 men and women in more than a decade and found that the high temperature cooking method of meat had a statistically significant relationship with the development of hypertension. These important …

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