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An army veteran is dying painfully. His last wish is to hear from you
Sacramento Bee
Lee Hernandez has been diagnosed with a terminal illness at only 47 and is confined to hospice care in his home. He has one dying wish – and it involves you. Hernandez, who lives with his wife, Ernestine Hernandez, in New Braunfels, Texas, has had ...

U.S. News & World Report
US charges 412 people with healthcare fraud, opioid-related schemes
New York Daily News
(Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department on Thursday announced charges against 412 people for taking part in healthcare frauds and opioid-related crimes that cost taxpayers about $1.3 billion. The arrests came as part of what the department said was the ...

CT Post
Technology giant plans mosquito invasion
CT Post
A biologist sorts mosquitoes collected in a trap in Hutchins, Texas. A giant technology company will release up to 20 million bacteria-filled, buzzing mosquitoes this summer in Fresno, Calif., in an attempt to fight disease. less. A biologist sorts ...

Charlotte Observer
State urges fairgoers practice good hygiene to avoid illness
San Francisco Chronicle
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Two state agencies are urging people attending Ohio county fairs this summer to practice good hygiene when visiting livestock exhibits. The Ohio Departments of Agriculture and Health issued its advisory after reports that nearly ...

Dealing With the Side Effects of Breast Cancer Treatment
Anyone who has watched television has most likely seen the ads for breast cancer drugs as presented on behalf of a drug manufacturer. You may have heard the announcer attempt to verbally mention all of them or you might have watch the endless scroll at ...

Washington Post
Stress of poverty, racism raise risk of Alzheimer's for African Americans, new research suggests
Washington Post
A new group of studies into racial disparities among people with Alzheimer's disease suggests that social conditions, including the stress of poverty and racism, substantially raise the risks of dementia for African Americans. In four separate studies, ...
British baby in center of ongoing legal battle to be evaluated by US doctor
A British judge said Friday that Charlie Gard, the 11-month-old baby with a rare, terminal medical condition who has been the center of an ongoing legal battle, can be evaluated by a doctor from the United States. Charlie will be examined early next ...

11-year-old boy dies from meningitis at sleep-away camp
An 11-year-old New Jersey boy died as a result of Neisseria meningitis on Monday while he was away at a Pennsylvania sleep-away camp. On July 10, Daniel " Ae Roo" Beer complained of severe stomach pain and nausea and was transported to Bon ...
Triple E Found In Tiverton Mosquito Samples: DEM
The state Department of Environmental Management says there have been no human cases, but mosquito samples have tested positive for EEE. By Margo Sullivan (Patch Staff) - Updated July 15, 2017 10:20 pm ET. Triple E Found In Tiverton Mosquito ...

Arizona Daily Sun
Science Says: Not all cancers need treatment right away
Arizona Daily Sun
In this Oct. 13, 2009 file photo, a surgeon performs robotic prostate surgery on a patient in Chicago. According to a report released on Wednesday, July 12, 2017, long-term results comparing different approaches for men with cancers confined to the ...

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