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Teen injured in viral hot water challenge
WYFF Greenville
An Indianapolis family is raising a red flag about the so-called "Hot Water Challenge" after the dangerous prank resulted in a 15-year-old being severely burned. The "challenge" consists of someone either drinking boiling water through a straw, or ...

The Denver Post
Ebola virus possible for Denver Health patient in isolation
The Denver Post
Denver Health officials on Sunday were investigating a patient in isolation for a possible case of the Ebola virus, authorities confirmed. “It is a possible but unlikely diagnosis,” Denver Health and Hospitals spokeswoman Jennifer Hillmann said. Denver ...

To Keep Women From Dying In Childbirth, Look To California
When Cayti Kane delivered a baby boy via cesarean section last year, her team of doctors was prepared. Kane had been diagnosed with placenta accreta, a condition that increased the likelihood of a dangerous hemorrhage during delivery. When that ...
Annual breastfeeding walk, set for Wednesday, aims to help educate public
The Dominion Post
MORGANTOWN — In June 2014, the West Virginia Legislature passed a law affirming a mom's right to breastfeed in public. That natural act still causes discomfort and nursing moms are still being asked to leave some establishments so that other patrons ...

Health officials confirm Legionnaires' cases in upper Manhattan cluster grows to 27
The state health department confirmed Sunday morning that the number of cases of Legionnaires' disease in upper Manhattan has grown to 27. The cluster is affecting people in Hamilton Heights and Washington Heights. Three people are hospitalized, the ...

Teen Gets Gruesome Hookworm Infection After Friends Bury Him In The Sand
A Tennessee mother is warning people about the dangers of hookworm, a parasite that penetrates the skin, after her son became infected during a trip to a Florida beach. In a Facebook post last week that has since gone viral, Kelli Dumas wrote that her ...
Just Ask Us: How can I protect myself from West Nile Virus?
Q: How can I protect myself from West Nile virus? A: While it may be the middle of mosquito season, there are a number of precautions to help prevent contracting a mosquito-borne illness such as West Nile virus. Using insect repellent with 20 to 30 ...
Boston Officials Warn Of Possible Measles Exposure In Restaurant And Airport
Tech Times
Boston officials warn of possible measles exposure at two locations visited by a measles positive person. Measles is so contagious that 90 percent of people who are not immune to it and get in contact with a measles positive individual will get infected.
Report highlights suicide prevention recommendations
Public health authorities have released their first recommendations for preventing youth suicides after a months-long investigation that continues. The report draws on a preliminary analysis of data the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Ohio ...

Futurity: Research News
Discovery could lead to drugs for traumatic brain injury
Futurity: Research News
Scientists have identified two molecules that protect nerve cells after a traumatic brain injury and could lead to new drug treatments. The molecules promote full recovery after traumatic brain injury in mice, according to the new study in Neurobiology ...

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