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Times of Oman
Be cautious when travelling from Nipah-hit areas to Oman: Keralites
Times of Oman
Muscat: Oman-based Keralites have called upon fellow expats to exercise caution while travelling to and from their home state in India. The reason for the caution is the deadly outbreak of the Nipah virus in the southern state of India, which has ...

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Washington Post
A new Ebola vaccine could help stop an epidemic — but faces enormous obstacles in crucial test
Washington Post
Authorities in Congo began an ambitious campaign this week to use a pioneering Ebola vaccine to help stem a growing outbreak of the deadly virus. It's the first widespread use of the therapeutic since a devastating 2014 epidemic in West Africa and ...
Congo begins giving experimental Ebola vaccine to medicsYahoo News
Congo Confirms Six New Ebola Virus Cases as Vaccination Efforts Get UnderwayTIME
Experimental Ebola Treatment May Be Deployed to CongoWall Street Journal -Outbreak News Today -Salon
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One person bit by rabid bat on UW campus; King County health officials issue warning
Seattle Times
King County officials issued a public-health warning late Tuesday after a bat that tested positive for the rabies virus attacked someone on the University of Washington's campus, and now they fear others were exposed to the life-threatening disease ...
1 Person Bitten by Rabid Bat at University of WashingtonU.S. News & World Report
One person bit by rabid bat on UW campus, others likely exposedKOMO News
Rabid Bat Latches Onto Man's Hand At UW, Others May Be At
Q13 FOX -King County (press release)
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Sunscreen pills are fake medicine, FDA says
There's no such thing as a sunscreen pill, the Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday, telling companies that sell them to stop. These so-called sunscreen-in-a-pill supplements are fakes and people should not fall for the scam, the FDA said. “There ...
Do kids need a different kind of sunscreen?
You're going to get burned if you take so-called natural sunscreen capsules, FDA warnsUSA TODAY
FDA Warns Nutricosmetic Brands Making “Sun Protecting” Health ClaimsNutritional Outlook -Longview Daily News -WFLA -Columbia Daily Tribune
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A germ-free childhood could trigger leukemia, scientist suggests
(CNN) Germ-free childhoods followed by infections later in life can trigger the onset of childhood leukemia, a new study suggests. The paper, published Monday in the journal Nature Reviews Cancer, finds that acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the most ...
Leukemia, Most Common Childhood Cancer, May Be Triggered By Too Much CleanlinessMedical Daily
Preventing Childhood Leukemia May Eventually Be Possible. As A Survivor Myself, I'm HopefulForbes
Scientists reveal likely cause of childhood leukaemiaMedical Xpress
EurekAlert (press release) -Newsweek -CBS Denver -The Guardian
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Fox News
Thousands of human bones discovered in Denmark reveal gruesome 'barbarian' war rituals
Fox News
Archaeologists made a gruesome discovery when they unearthed an ancient burial site filled with thousands of bones — later identified as victims of a battle fought 2,000 years ago in northern Europe between "barbarian" Germanic tribes. The mass grave ...
A Bizarre Bone Ritual Followed a Grisly Iron Age Battle in DenmarkGizmodo
Danish Bone Trove Yields Earliest Evidence of Barbarian BattleSeeker
Thousands of 2000-Year-Old Bones Unearthed in DenmarkArchaeology
Tech Times -National Geographic -PNAS
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Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Big Island Mayor Harry Kim diagnosed with walking pneumonia
Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Hawaii island Mayor Harry Kim has been diagnosed with walking pneumonia, county officials said this afternoon. The mayor's office issued a news releasing announcing Kim's illness “in the interest of avoiding misinformation or rumors about his health.”.
Mayor Kim diagnosed with walking pneumonia; continues workSeattle Times
Big Island Mayor Harry Kim diagnosed with pneumoniaKHON2

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Scientists debunked a long-held American superfood myth
Sweet potatoes have occupied a spot at Thanksgiving dinner tables in the US for more than a century, largely because American history books often cite the root vegetable as one of the country's native plants. But there's a good chance the story ...

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Body broker who dealt diseased parts gets 9 years prison, plans to appeal
Before being sentenced to nine years in prison, Detroit body broker Arthur Rathburn thanked the donors of the bodies that his company divided and rented out to medical conferences for years, and he appeared to shed tears. "To the families that are here ...
Man who peddled diseased body parts gets 9 yearsChicago Tribune
Businessman who sold diseased human body parts gets nine years in prisonReuters
Body broker who peddled diseased human parts gets jailNew York Post
Fox 2 Detroit -Peoria Public Radio
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Martha's Vineyard Times
DNA and RNA tick testing subsidized statewide
Martha's Vineyard Times
TickReport testing will go down in price as a result of funding from the Centers for Disease Control. CDC gave $100,000 to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to subsidize DNA and RNA tick testing across the commonwealth via the Laboratory of ...
How Vaccine Fears Helped Kill the Lyme Disease VaccineHealthline
How to protect yourself from ticks this summerFuturity: Research News
Lyme Disease cases spike in Ohio, as ticks
Minot Daily News -Albany Times Union -Medscape
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