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Washington Times

Polio-like paralyzing disease hits hundreds -- but don't call it polio
Washington Times
ANALYSIS/OPINION: The United States was declared ?polio-free? in 1979, a feat the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says is ?thanks to [an] effective vaccine.? But now it's back ? or is it? Get ready for the doublespeak. The government says ...
Dr. Marc Siegel: Mystery muscle-weakening disease is frightening, but here's why we shouldn't fear itFox News
How parents can spot the symptoms of a paralyzing illnessWTHR
Rare Polio-Like Illness Reported In 14 Colorado ChildrenPatch.com
WSFA -Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3 -AL.com -USA TODAY
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AOL

New York hunter likely died from eating squirrel brains, researchers reveal
AOL
Researchers believe that the death of a New York man infected with an extremely rare neurological disease was likely caused by eating squirrel brains. The unidentified 61-year-old man arrived at a hospital in 2015 with symptoms of muddled thinking and ...
Researchers: Man dies after contracting disorder after eating squirrel brainsWSOC Charlotte
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease: man dies after eating squirrel brainThe Picayune Current
BSE outbreak cast shadow on entire beef industryThe Scotsman
Live Science -National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke - NIH -Inside Edition
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New York Daily News

Police chief shares moving response to viral obituary for young mother who died from drug addiction
New York Daily News
A Vermont police chief shared a profound and eye-opening response to a viral, tragic obituary written for a young mother who died due to a drug addiction. Burlington Police Chief Brandon del Pozo explains in a Facebook post why he has ?a problem? with ...
Opioid addiction that began in Florida ends in death. The obit went viralBradenton Herald
A woman died, the police chief responded. Washington should listen to his lessons on the opioid crisisWashington Examiner
Police Chief Has a 'Problem' With Viral ObituaryNewser
ABC News -Washington Post -Today.com -The Independent
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Vox

80000 Americans died of the flu last winter. Get your flu shot.
Vox
Eighty thousand Americans died of the flu last season, according to preliminary new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That's more than the number killed in traffic collisions, from gun violence, or from opioid overdoses. It was ...
Pregnant? Why Getting a Flu Shot Protects Your Baby ? and YouHealth Essentials from Cleveland Clinic (blog)
Why you need your flu shot nowMedical Xpress
Mimbres Memorial Hospital to offer drive-thru flu shot service in Deming, NMDeming Headlight
Flagstaff Business News -Fox News -Ironton Tribune -Payson Roundup
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NPR

Grandma Was Right: Sunshine Helps Kill Germs Indoors
NPR
Even before Florence Nightingale advised that hospitals be designed to let daylight in, people observed that sunshine helps keep you healthy. But there was not much research to explain why that's the case, especially inside buildings. Researchers at ...
Letting sunlight in really can kill dark-loving bacteria, study showsmyCentralOregon.com
Letting the Sunshine In May Kill Dust-Dwelling BacteriaInfection Control Today
Letting The Sunshine In Can Kill Disease-Causing Bacteria IndoorsThe Inquisitr
New York Post -NEWS.com.au -SheKnows (blog) -The New Yorker
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The Daily News of Newburyport

Breast cancer survivors to walk runway at AJH benefit
The Daily News of Newburyport
NEWBURYPORT ? With this being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, community members will celebrate survivors Thursday at the fifth annual Couture for a Cure Marketplace and Fashion Show to benefit the Gerrish Breast Care Center at Anna Jaques ...
Pink Pumpkin 6K to raise money for Breast CancerWSAW
Pretty in Pink: Burton Grandparents fight cancer with fun, educationPorterville Recorder
Waterbury firefighters, community help breast cancer patients afford mammogramsWTNH.com (press release)
WHEC -The Conversation UK -KSBY San Luis Obispo News -The Independent
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CIDRAP

More Ebola cases reported from Beni, WHO update covers more 'red zone' risks
CIDRAP
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) health ministry today reported three more lab-confirmed Ebola cases, all from Beni, the current outbreak hot spot. In related developments, field teams are making headway in the main outbreak areas in recent weeks ...
UN: Ebola outbreak is worrying but not a global emergencyNew Jersey Herald
Refugee health report Uganda - September 2018 bulletinReliefweb
Uganda on watch for Ebola's spreadNWAOnline
The BMJ -The Wire -BusinessGhana -The Herald
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Port Huron Times Herald

DNR: First UP deer found with chronic wasting disease
Port Huron Times Herald
A 4-year-old doe killed on a deer damage shooting permit in Dickinson County's Waucedah Township has tested positive for chronic wasting disease, marking the first confirmation of the incurable deer disease within Michigan's Upper Peninsula, according ...
Chronic wasting disease found in Upper Peninsula deer for first timeMLive.com
Deer tests positive for CWD in Upper PeninsulaCadillac News
First case of Chronic Wasting Disease confirmed in Upper PeninsulaUpperMichigansSource.com
WNEM Saginaw -9&10 News -Bowhunting Magazine
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ActionNewsJax.com

New vaccine could target aggressive form of breast cancer, study says
ActionNewsJax.com
While there is no known cure for breast cancer, scientists are working on medicine that could be key for treating the disease, according to a new report. >> Read more trending news. Researchers from the Mayo Clinic recently conducted a study to develop ...
Breast cancer vaccines could help your body fight back against cancer9News.com KUSA
Researchers Study Vaccine To Target Aggressive Form Of Breast CancerCBS Denver

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myfox8.com

Drug-resistant salmonella linked to raw chicken in 29 states including NC
myfox8.com
An outbreak of drug-resistant salmonella has happened in 29 states including North Carolina. The Centers for Disease Control has linked 92 cases so far to raw chicken and at least 21 people have been hospitalized. The CDC has not yet identified the ...
Probe into tainted chicken continuesCountry 103.9 WRBI
CDC: Outbreak Of Multidrug-Resistant Salmonella Infections Linked To Raw Chicken ProductsPerishableNews (press release)

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