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New York Post
Girl catches deadly infection trying on shoes while barefoot
New York Post
A four-year-old was left fighting for her life after developing deadly sepsis from trying on new shoes. Sienna Rasul became seriously ill the day after trying different sized shoes on her bare feet. Little Sienna was later diagnosed with sepsis, which ...

KCRA Sacramento
Pediatric resident meets nurse who cared for him as newborn
San Antonio Express-News
PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP) — Pediatric resident Brandon Seminatore was doing a monthlong rotation at the same neonatal intensive care unit where he was cared for as a newborn when he came across someone from his past. The East Bay Times reports ...
Amid opioid crisis, researchers aim to put medical marijuana to the test
Since California first took the leap in 1996, 30 more states and the District of Columbia have legalized the medical use of marijuana to treat pain. Anecdotal and historical accounts of pot's painkilling properties abound. But so far, scientific ...

National Nutrition Week 2018: Avoid these 5 foods for effective weight loss
When on diet, you need to avoid these 5 foods that are hampering your weight loss goals. They are not only full of sugar and unhealthy fats, but also provide no nutritious benefits at all. Sudhakar Jha | Published: September 3, 2018 2:02 pm. 0 Shares.

CDC Data Reveals Sharp Increase In STD Cases In Recent Years
Tech Times
New CDC data reveals a sharp increase in sexually transmitted disease (STD) cases in the United States for the fourth year in a row. What should one do after being diagnosed with an STD? All-Time High. In 2017 alone, there were 2.3 million STD ...

The Province
Hotel in Hampton, NH, ordered to take action after Legionella detected in its water system
The Boston Globe
A hotel in Hampton, N.H., has been ordered to take action after the bacteria that causes Legionnaires' disease was detected in the hot tub, water heater, and shower and sink heads of three rooms, state health officials said Sunday. Nine people who have ...

New Zealand Doctor Online
The Flu Epidemic Of Labor Day, September 1918
The Daily Caller
This is an adapted excerpt from “September 1918: War, Plague, and The World Series” (Regnery History, August 28, 2018) by Skip Desjardin. The war in Europe was always on the minds of Americans, but it was not the only cause for concern. As September ...

Fort Worth Star Telegram
Last Labor Day, he was bit by a mosquito and caught West Nile. He's still in rehab
Fort Worth Star Telegram
Alton Stockton is down to two therapy sessions a week at Texas Health Fort Worth after months of having to go Monday through Friday. He still has to exercise every day to try to improve strength in his right leg, which just months ago was paralyzed. It ...

CDC says to get your flu shots soon
Waco, Texas Central for Disease Control is recommending people get their flu vaccines before the end of October. “It's important to get it early because it takes two weeks to really take effect in your body and last year the flu season was very early ...

Woman died from diabetes after refusing medical advice as she 'didn't do needles'
A woman refused to follow doctors' advice because she 'didn't do needles' died after falling into a diabetic coma. Natasha Horne, 20, kept her Type 1 diabetes diagnosis secret and refused to follow medical advice which would have let her live a normal ...

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