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BBC News
Claire Wineland: Cystic fibrosis activist dies at 21
BBC News
A young US woman with cystic fibrosis who made a name for herself through writing, speaking and social media has died after receiving a lung transplant. Claire Wineland, 21, became renowned for her posts about illness and mortality on social media.

USA TODAY
California nurse meets baby she helped save 28 years ago – and he's a doctor
USA TODAY
A California nurse who never forgot a premature baby she cared for early in her career has been reunited with her patient – now a doctor at the same hospital where he was born 28 years ago. Stanford's Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, in a post that ...

BBC News
How your heart age is key to heart attack or stroke risk
BBC News
Public Health England is urging people over 30 to take an online test to find out their heart age, which indicates if they are at increased risk of suffering a heart attack or a stroke. They predict about 80% of heart attacks and strokes in people ...

Tulsa World
West Nile cases at a minimum but mosquitoes still a threat
Tulsa World
Oklahoma has only two confirmed cases of West Nile Virus so far this year, a low the state hasn't seen since 2010-11, but health officials caution that mosquito season is far from over and that a wet August could still result in fertile breeding ...

The Boston Globe
Some guests say NH hotel tied to Legionnaires' did not reveal outbreak
The Boston Globe
HAMPTON, N.H. — One day after state health officials said that nine people who had stayed at the Sands Resort since July had contracted Legionnaires' disease, the hotel remained open Monday with its neon “no vacancy” sign lit, and several guests said ...

Science Codex
Infants can distinguish between leaders and bullies, study finds
Science Codex
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- A new study finds that 21-month-old infants can distinguish between respect-based power asserted by a leader and fear-based power wielded by a bully. The study, reported in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, ...

BBC News
Kerala: Flood-hit India state battles rat fever outbreak
BBC News
The flood-hit south Indian state of Kerala has declared a health alert after 11 people died of leptospirosis or rat fever in the last two days. The government has asked everyone who came into contact with flood waters to take medication as a ...

ABC News
Type 2 diabetes: Understanding Australia's fastest growing chronic condition
ABC News
"Imagine the fat in your body is like the food that you store in your pantry." This is how Merlin Thomas, a physician scientist from Monash University, begins when I ask him to explain how type 2 diabetes works. "Each week, you bring home your shopping ...

Tribune-Review
Biker working to raise funds, awareness for prostate cancer
Tribune-Review
Keith Fanks hopes to literally drive an awareness for prostate cancer. By enlisting the help of fellow motorcycle riders, Fanks wants to ease the journey for men affected by this disease by raising money and bringing attention to the condition ...

thejournal.ie
Being homeless for more than six months can significantly damage children's health - study
thejournal.ie
EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS AT any time during the pre- or post-natal period can negatively affect a young child's health, a new US-based study has found. Researchers from the Boston Medical Center found that children who experienced both pre- ...

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