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Washington Post
Hospital staffers took photos of a patient's genitals — and the foreign object lodged there
Washington Post
It seemed like the whole hospital was in the operating room. The crowd had gathered with smartphones in hand, snapping photos and recording video, the object of their fascination a patient's genitals with a foreign object protrusion. It was “a ton” of ...

BBC News
NHS workers demand 3.9% pay rise
BBC News
Unions representing nurses and other NHS staff have written to the chancellor to demand a 3.9% pay rise and an extra £800 to make up for the "cut" they have seen in recent years. Fourteen unions have joined together to ask for the increase, saying pay ...

New York Post
'Rapunzel syndrome' teen dies from eating her own hair
New York Post
A 16-year-old student in the UK died suddenly while away at college due to an infection caused by a hairball in her stomach. Jasmine Beever, of Skegness, was taken in an ambulance Sept. 7 to the hospital, where staff attempted life-saving resuscitation ...

Atlanta Journal Constitution
Who is more likely to lose interest in sex in a relationship? Men or women?
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Are men or women more likely to lose interest in sex while in longterm relationships? It's the ladies, according to a new report. »RELATED: Study: Girls who hit puberty earlier more likely to be abused. Researchers from universities in London conducted ...

Healthline
Areas Hit by Hurricanes Prepare for Mosquito Storm
Healthline
Hurricanes Irma and Harvey blew away many mosquitoes, but standing water left behind provides ideal breeding grounds for these infectious pests. hurricane and mosquito storm. Hurricanes Irma and Harvey left behind devastation in large parts of the ...

KTRK-TV
What you need to know about Harris County aerial mosquito spraying
KTRK-TV
The rain left behind by Hurricane Harvey has created large areas in Harris County where mosquitoes can lay their eggs. To address increasing numbers of mosquitoes and the risk they pose to the recovery effort and public health, the U.S. Air Force ...

The Guardian
Poor diet is a factor in one in five deaths, global disease study reveals
The Guardian
Eating foods high in salt raises the risk of an early death, the study says. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA. Health. Poor diet is a factor in one in five deaths, global disease study reveals. Study compiling data from every country finds people are ...

WRAL.com
Doctors: Children should get flu shots now
WRAL.com
Raleigh, N.C. — Flu season is almost here, but the time is now for everyone, including children, to get vaccinated. Many doctors' offices and pharmacies now offer the vaccination for the coming fall and winter. Waiting too long to get the shot puts ...

Live Science
'Liquid' Cats and Old Men's Big Ears: Humorous Research Abounds at the Ig Nobels
Live Science
What brings together Nobel Prize winners, unconventional research, a mini-opera about uncertainty and not one, but two barrages of paper airplanes? The Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony, of course. Credit: M. Weisberger/Live Science. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Many ...

Fox 59
Yes, sitting too long can kill you, no matter how much you exercise
Fox 59
Take a movement break every 30 minutes, say experts. No matter how much you exercise, sitting for excessively long periods of time is a risk factor for early death, a new study published Monday in Annals of Internal Medicine found. There's a direct ...

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