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Forbes
Suspected Cancer Turns Out To Be Tattoo Ink
Forbes
What started as bad news, turned out to be good news, and then unusual news, as in medical journal case report unsual. According to a case report published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, a 30-year-old woman saw a doctor from Royal Prince Alfred ...

U.S. News & World Report
Blood Donors From Around World Line up to Help Las Vegas Victims
U.S. News & World Report
A sign asking for blood donations on a marquee is shown following a mass shooting at the Route 91 music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., October 2, 2017. REUTERS/Lisa Girion Reuters. By Lisa Girion. LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - The woman from Nova ...

Times Daily
'Mom first, cancer patient second"
Times Daily
Tasha Clanton is a breast cancer survivor who has completed treatment including breast reconstruction. She lives in Lexington. [ALLISON CARTER/TIMESDAILY]. Allison Carter. Tasha Clanton visited her doctor in 2012 for a sore throat. While there, she ...

NPR
ACLU Sues To Increase Access To Abortion Pill
NPR
According to Food and Drug Administration regulations, abortion pill Mifeprex can only be dispensed at a medical facility under the care of a certified provider. The ACLU and many abortion rights advocates want it to be available at pharmacies.

The Hindu
Nobel Chemistry Prize: Major award for molecular matters
SFGate
STOCKHOLM (AP) — The Nobel Prize for Chemistry rewards researchers for major advances in studying the infinitesimal bits of material that are the building blocks of life. Recent prizes have gone to scientists who developed molecular "machines" ...

Miami Herald
Rabid Bat Found at Woodinville Elementary School
U.S. News & World Report
Health officials say a rabid bat was found on the playground at an elementary school in the Seattle suburb of Woodinville. Oct. 3, 2017, at 10:14 p.m.. Rabid Bat Found at Woodinville Elementary School ...

Reuters
Obesity-related cancers rising, threatening gains in US cancer rates
Reuters
An overweight woman sits on a chair in Times Square in New York, May 8, 2012. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson. CHICAGO (Reuters) - The rates of 12 obesity-related cancers rose by 7 percent from 2005 to 2014, an increase that is threatening to reverse progress ...

Live Science
Should People Who Can't Quit Smoking Switch to E-Cigarettes?
Live Science
Switching to e-cigarettes won't solve all the health problems smokers face. For example, e-cigarettes are still addictive, and studies suggest that they may be bad for heart health. But compared with traditional tobacco cigarettes — which, in addition ...

Business Insider
5 reasons why you should absolutely get a flu shot this year
Business Insider
Flu shot Nurse B.K. Morris prepares to give the flu vaccine to former CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden in 2015. AP. Getting a flu shot should be as integral to your fall festivities as apple picking and indulging in pumpkin spiced-flavored drinks. The ...

Jamaica Observer
Information minister triggers vaccine confusion
Jamaica Observer
A pronouncement by Information Minister Senator Ruel Reid that the programme to inoculate grade seven girls with the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine has been halted has created confusion among citizens. Reid told journalists at a press conference at ...

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