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Newsweek
Symptoms of Dementia: Study Finds Inability to Smell Peppermint Linked to Disease
Newsweek
Updated | Alzheimer's is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, with an annual research budget of around $480 million, according to the Alzheimer's Association. But the "holy grail" of contemporary dementia research is determining the ...

Forbes
Eyeball Tattoo Leaves Model In Pain And Partially Blind
Forbes
A man showing a tattoo on his eyes during the Third International Tattoo Convention. (Photo: RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images). You know the childhood saying "stick a needle in my eye"? Well, it's supposed to show how serious you are about something ...

Newsweek
Michigan mom says she could face jail time for not vaccinating her son
ABC News
Rebecca Bredow, of the Detroit area, told ABC News that she would "absolutely" rather go to jail than vaccinate her son. “I would rather go to jail for standing up for what I believe in than vaccinating my child,” Bredow said, adding she believes the ...

The Columbus Dispatch
STD cases reach record high in US, also up in Ohio
The Columbus Dispatch
Nationwide cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis surpassed the 2 million mark in 2016, hitting an all-time high and prompting federal health officials to call on state and local health departments to refocus efforts in the fight against the epidemic.

kwbe
Childhood cancer survivor returns to hospital as nurse more than 20 years later
ABC News
Montana Brown, 24, is a pediatric cancer nurse at Aflac Cancer Center of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. Brown, a two-time cancer survivor, said she'd always wanted to be pediatric nurse to help children just like her.more +. 0 Shares. Email. This ...

PopCulture.com
Houston health officials warn homeowners about slight uptick in diseases after Harvey
ABC News
One month after Harvey hit Texas, Houston residents are still cleaning up, with some even having to gut their homes after the devastation caused by the floodwaters. Now public health officials from Harris County are going door to door to warn ...

WBAL Baltimore
'ICU Grandpa' cradles babies when their parents can't
WBAL Baltimore
With the preemie cradled in his arms, the retiree glanced toward the entrance of the pediatric intensive care unit. The child's mother stood at the door, David Deutchman later recalled. She'd gone home to take care of her older daughter, all the while ...

WFAA
Frisco woman survives West Nile infection
WFAA
For Joy Crain, life now is mostly confined to staying inside her apartment. She sits on the only chair she can get up from. Almost two months ago, doctors say Crain had contracted the neuro-invasive West Nile virus. "It's devastated me, taken my life ...

Daily Mail
How to beat Alzheimer's: Neurologists devise a plan to protect yourself and even reverse early symptoms
Daily Mail
As a high-powered lawyer at the top of her game, Evelyne had always been efficient, authoritative and in control. But when she reached 60, she reluctantly began to accept that her mind wasn't as sharp as it once had been. She found herself increasingly ...

Newsweek
Flu Season 2017: CDC Reveals the Best Time to Get Your Shot
Newsweek
The days are getting shorter, the leaves are starting to turn color, and yesterday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention launched its annual influenza vaccine campaign, with Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price rolling up his sleeve ...

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