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U.S. Doctor Released From Omaha Hospital After Ebola Monitoring

MONDAY, Jan. 14, 2019 — An American doctor who was monitored for 21 days after possible Ebola exposure did not develop the deadly disease and has been released from the Nebraska Medicine-Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, officials say. The unidentified doctor’s possible exposure to Ebola occurred in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where there is […]

Health Problems

Child pneumonia rate dropped globally from 2000 to 2015

(HealthDay)—The global incidence of child pneumonia and related mortality decreased substantially from 2000 to 2015, consistent with decreases in the prevalence of some key risk factors, according to a study published in the January issue of The Lancet Global Health. David A. McAllister, M.D., from the University of Glasgow in Scotland, and colleagues used data […]

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Proper preparation: As you get from food, most of the Video

Vitamins, fiber, and tannins – lots of food contain healthy ingredients. However, it also depends on the preparation, whether the good materials arrive in the body. What you need to know. Who wants to be a food especially tastes good, and healthy, following foods on the proper preparation: 1. Vegetables with Vitamin C Vitamin C […]

Health Problems

We need to learn from the men who rape

Approximately five times more women than men are victims of sexual assault and young adults are at especially high risk. The impact on young people’s psychological and physical health can be devastating, especially given that this developmental period is when young people should be developing and refining intimacy skills in close relationships. What is striking […]

Health Problems

Automated detection of sleep states from olfactory brain waves

Scientists have developed a completely automated technique for real-time detection of sleep/wake states in freely moving mice. Conducted by Karim Benchenane, Sophie Bagur and colleagues at the National Centre for Scientific Research in Paris, the study, publishing on November 8 in the open-access journal, PLOS Biology, describes how local brain activity in the olfactory bulb […]

Kids Health

What I've Learned About Parenting From Other People's Moms

I’m not a mother yet, but as a nearly 30 non-mom, I’m at the age when my social media feed is a steady stream of baby announcements, gender reveals and growing family photos. I’m often asked questions about my own family plans. “Are you guys thinking about kids yet?” And Google certainly seems to think […]

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Newborn contracted fatal herpes virus from kiss, mom warns

Mom warns about fatal herpes kiss to newborn Grieving mother warns about a fatal herpes kiss after her newborn dies The parents of a newborn baby who died just eight days after her May 2018 birth are warning others about the potential dangers of allowing family and friends to touch and kiss infants. Abigail Rose […]