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Category : Health (Archive for 2017-10-02) News by Google
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Washington Post
A model decided to tattoo her eyeball. She's now partially blind and in 'excruciating' pain.
Washington Post
Purple is Catt Gallinger's favorite color. Pictures of the Canadian model often showed her sporting purple hair or purple lipstick, or the purple tinge of her numerous tattoos peeking out from beneath a tank top. So when the already heavily inked ...

Doordarshan
Sense of smell could be clue to dementia
The New Daily
Older people with a poor sense of smell have a greater chance of developing Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia, US research has shown. The discovery raises the prospect of using “sniffing sticks” to flag individuals needing closer monitoring in ...

Washington Post
Mother who refuses to follow court order to vaccinate son: 'Most likely, I'll be going to jail'
Washington Post
A Michigan woman said she will “most likely” go to jail this week if she refuses a court order to vaccinate her 9-year-old son. And Rebecca Bredow, it seems, is willing to take that risk. “I can't give in against my own religious belief,” she told The ...

Immortal News
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 ...

KCCI Des Moines
Health officials warn of potentially severe flu season
KCCI Des Moines
Officials with the Iowa Department of Public Health said now is the time to get your flu shot because it takes a couple of weeks for your body to build immunity to the flu virus. Advertisement. “Influenza makes Iowans sick every year,” said Dr. Ann ...
HHS augments medical care at hospitals in Puerto Rico impacted by Hurricane Maria
EIN News (press release)
The Department of Health and Human Services medical staff today will assist two more partially operational medical facilities and a shelter in Puerto Rico as part of the Trump administration's relief efforts for the U.S. territories impacted by ...
NYT's Paul Krugman Falsely Blames 'Trumpie' For Non-Existent Cholera Outbreak In Puerto Rico
The Daily Caller
Paul Krugman, the anti-Trump New York Times columnist, blamed President Trump — who he derisively referred to as “Trumpie” — for a cholera outbreak in Puerto Rico that has not actually occurred. The Noble Prize winning economist claimed on Twitter ...

Today.com
Joan Lunden: 10 things I wish I knew before I was diagnosed with breast cancer
Today.com
TODAY is officially kicking off our #PinkPowerTODAY series for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month where we're celebrating survivors, supporting those currently battling cancer and remembering loved ones we've lost. Special correspondent Joan ...

BuzzFeed News
These 7 Tricks Might Help You Get A Bit More Sleep
BuzzFeed News
People rave about this podcast that is literally just a really boring voice reading a really boring story to lull you asleep. Subscribe here. 2. Exercise in the morning to sleep deeper at night. According to the National Sleep Foundation, people who ...

DunyaNews Pakistan
Trump policy hinders war on polio in Pakistan
DunyaNews Pakistan
A disease with no cure and an easy prevention still loiters in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria majorly because of a mistrust of western governments who bankroll the vaccines. Photo: The Guardian. (Web Desk) – Polio virus has not yet been eradicated ...

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