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Why are there more ticks now? What you need to know

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that the number of cross-borne diseases is rising at a record pace, while the geographical area of ​​ticks continues to grow. Lyme disease is the most well-known tick-borne disease, but other diseases such as ehrlichiosis and STARI have been discovered and the list of tick-related diseases continues to grow. Tick bites …

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The Ebola efforts are struggling. Experts say these steps could help

W In the Ebola reaction team struggling to contain the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the World Health Organization and its partners can make changes to their efforts and try to prevent the crisis from escalating further to a handful of experts examined by STAT . The experts are cautious about criticizing WHO officials and others are desperately …

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Dietary cholesterol or egg consumption do not increase the risk of stroke, Finnish study finds – ScienceDaily

A new study from the University of Eastern Finland shows that a moderately high intake of dietary cholesterol or consumption of up to one egg per day is not associated with an elevated risk of stroke. Furthermore, no association was found in carriers of the APOE4 phenotype, which affects cholesterol metabolism and is remarkably common among the Finnish population. The …

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& # 39; We know how it is: Waubun students host Mental Health Awareness Week that holds the issue of people's minds

"Mental health is a big factor in my life. I have undergone trauma," said Waubun ninth degree Ninsonnis "Sunshine" Englund. "We wanted people to realize that it's not just something you say. We wanted people involved." Englund, standing at the Student Council, says that she heard the Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton school district planned a mental health week so she brought the idea …

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11 foods and drinks that give you vitamin B

Many foods contain large amounts of the various forms of vitamin B. Some foods containing decent amounts of vitamin B include eggs, salmon, beef and oysters. Spinach, sunflower seeds and milk also contain large amounts of vitamin B. Visit the INSIDER's more story site. B vitamins play an important role in keeping your body healthy. Among other features, these vitamins …

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Life in the fast path of evolution

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WHO releases new guidelines on preventing dementia

News The guidelines evaluate 12 risk factors and are designed to help governments and healthcare providers tackle dementia prevention.          The new WHO guidelines advise that physical activity should be recommended to adults with normal cognition, and may be recommended to those with mild cognitive impairment.      According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are nearly 10 million new …

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Maine's first case of measles confirmed

The Maine CDC has confirmed a case of measles in the state. The CDC says the case involved a school-aged child in Somerset County. The child was vaccinated, did not have serious complications and was fully recovered. It is not known where the child was exposed to measles.People may have been exposed to the following locations: Location Date Time Madison …

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