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Why geneticists say it's wrong to edit the DNA of embryos to protect them against HIV
Herald-Mail Media
On Monday, geneticists were just converging on Hong Kong for a long-planned meeting to discuss the future of gene editing. But before many had even collected their name tags, it seemed the future had already arrived. Chinese scientist He Jiankui of ...

Cases of rare, polio-like condition in US highest since 2016
(Reuters) - A rare, polio-like condition has sickened 116 people in the United States so far this year, the highest number of cases since 2016, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Monday. FILE PHOTO: A general view of the ...
South Dakota records 1st flu death of season
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota has recorded its first flu death of the season. The state Department of Health said Monday the person who died was a Pennington County resident in the 60-to-69 age group. To protect patient confidentiality, no other ...

Five ways you can make a difference in the youth HIV & AIDS pandemic
(CNN) December 1 is World AIDS Day, an annual event dedicated to raising awareness and money to fight AIDS around the world. Over the last four decades, HIV and AIDS have been at the forefront of advocacy and research. But despite medical advances, ...

Detroit Free Press
Grand Rapids woman meets Gofundme goal, now hopes for heart transplant
Detroit Free Press
A Grand Rapids woman who was turned down for a heart transplant for lack of money says that the hospital may reconsider her case now that a fundraising campaign collected more than $28,000 for the necessary anti-rejection drugs. Hedda Martin, 60, wrote ...
Woman Pregnant with Twins and Fighting Leukemia Makes Desperate Plea for Bone Marrow Donor
A woman from Southern California who is expecting twins in two weeks desperately needs a bone marrow donor to help her beat the cancer she was diagnosed with earlier in her pregnancy. Just a few months into carrying her two babies, Susie Rabaca, 36, ...

Treating gum disease may help control type 2 diabetes
(Reuters Health) - Treating chronic gum inflammation might help people with diabetes control their disease, a recent study suggests. The 264 study participants all had type 2 diabetes and periodontitis, a chronic bacterial infection of the gums that ...

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Study Finds Obese Children Are At a Greater Risk of Asthma Than Healthy Weighing Kids
The Sentinel Assam
US Researchers say it is possible that the weight gain is fuelling the increase in childhood. Researchers discovered that obese children were additional possible to develop the respiratory organ condition than youngsters of a healthy weight. The ...
Blood pressure guidelines leave senior perplexed: Ask the Doctors
Q: What is considered a normal blood pressure for a person in their late 70s? My doctor said it should be in the area of 120/80. But I have read that older persons' pressure may be higher, closer to 140/90, and that pressure would not be dangerous. Am ...
Kentucky Pharmacy Treating Some Ailments
U.S. News & World Report
A southeastern Kentucky pharmacy is among the first in the state to begin treating people for ailments like strep throat and the flu. Nov. 27, 2018, at 4:27 a.m.. Kentucky Pharmacy Treating Some Ailments. Share. ×. Share on Facebook · Post on Twitter.

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