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CBS News
Man's suspected cancer tumor turns out to be toy he inhaled 40 years ago
CBS News
This toy cone from a child's play set was removed from a man's airways; pictured with a 2.5mL syringe to illustrate size. Denny et al., BMJ Case Reports. A 47-year-old British man suspected of having lung cancer received some good — but certainly ...

BuzzFeed News
A Texas Woman Died From A Devastating “Flesh-Eating Bacteria” After Harvey
BuzzFeed News
Two others were reportedly hospitalized. The state health department said that there have not been widespread reports of skin infections. Posted on September 27, 2017, at 12:42 p.m.. Nidhi Subbaraman. BuzzFeed News Reporter. Washington, D.C..

KCRG
San Francisco's Hotel Vitale to raise money for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
HuffPost
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and San Francisco businesses are lending their support. While breast cancer is not preventable, there are ways to protect overall health and assess personal breast cancer risk. Many hotels and ...

Medscape
FDA Approves FreeStyle Libre System for Patients
Medscape
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the FreeStyle Libre Flash Glucose Monitoring System for use by adult patients with diabetes. This is the first continuous glucose monitoring system geared to patients and does not require ...

Independent Online
Why these parents watched their 3 children die at home
Independent Online
Utah - Years of suffering - and months of struggling with the decision to end it - had brought them here: To a bright white living room where three of their children lay side by side by side, waiting to die. Les and Celeste Chappell loved the children ...

The Independent
Chicken, plums and lentils make you fuller quicker, study claims
The Independent
Scientists have found that certain foods trigger cells in the brain which make us feel full up. According to researchers at the University of Warwick, foods that are rich in amino acids trigger feelings of satiety more than others. Chicken, mackerel ...

The Spokesman-Review
Flu spreading in Spokane; health workers urge vaccination
The Spokesman-Review
Flu season is just getting started in Spokane, but public health workers from around the world have been preparing for the fast-spreading virus since February. The strains of influenza covered by the vaccine vary from year to year; the composition of ...

My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22
Push to Increase HPV Vaccination Rates
My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) - HPV is on the rise and healthcare professionals met on Wednesday to discuss what they can do to better help prevent and treat the cancers that often come from this disease. “That is when they found the mass on my cervix ...

NBCNews.com
Puerto Rico Family Rescued by Relative After Two Weeks Stranded on Muddy Mountain
NBCNews.com
In a rescue mission to relatives who hadn't been seen for nearly two weeks since Hurricane Maria churned through Puerto Rico, a man desperate to find his family led a team of first responders up a muddy mountain and through fallen trees and power lines ...

Health24
95% of human rabies deaths occur in Asia and Africa
Health24
Symptoms might not be present at first, but human rabies is almost always fatal. On World Rabies Day we take a closer look. 0. rabies, dog bite, human rabies, animal rabies, hea. Dogs are the main host and transmitter of the rabies virus. ~. Rabies is ...

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