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WHO and vaccine group back & # 39; critical & # 39; cervical cancer shoots

LONDON – A vaccine given to girls to protect them from a virus that causes cervical cancer is a "critical" health tool, and access to it must be scaled as quickly as possible, especially in poor countries, cancer experts said Monday Speech From the World Health Organization's International Agency for Cancer Research (IARC), an estimated 570,000 new cases of cervical …

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Jumping breakfast will not sabotage weight loss efforts

For years, you have probably heard that breakfast is today's most important meal if you are trying to maintain a healthy weight. But new research suggests that it is not true. Eating a large breakfast does not help people eat less later in the day, and those who have breakfast eat more calories every day, found the review. Personal preferences …

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Widespread in 45 states, causing deaths of 24 children

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the fly continues to be widespread in 45 states and has caused 24 pediatric deaths.                       Triage nurses said a contributing factor is that people do not understand the difference between a common cold and influenza.                      Both are respiratory illnesses. However, they are caused by different viruses. …

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Low BMI in children can raise eating disorder risk later

Low BMI in children can raise eating disorder risk later (Representative Image) & nbsp | & nbspPhoto Credit: & nbspThinkstock New York: Is your toddler underweight or malnourished? If yes, she could be at risk of developing anorexia nervosa in adolescence, warns a new study. Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder that makes people obsessive about their weight. The findings, …

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Vaccinations at workplaces in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana linked to multiple infections, officials say

Vaccinations given out at several businesses across three states may be causing infections, Kentucky officials said Friday. Kentucky's Department of Public Health said in a news release that provider Location Vaccination had been giving vaccinations at businesses in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana since Sept. 1, 2018, before several incidents were reported. Multiple people developed infections associated with the vaccines, including …

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Visit the Red Day for Women event at Weirton Medical Center

WEIRTON, W.Va. – On this Go Red Day for Women, doctors for Weirton Medical Center make sure everyone understands the importance of women's heart health. "Heart disease itself is a very serious problem, and when we think of heart disease, we think of the men who have heart attacks because it is common there. One thing we miss is that …

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"We don't want it!": Portmore councilors reject $ 300k to fight dengue

The Dengue outbreak, which has Portmore, St. Catherine's community, in his grip, took Thursday evening political overtones when People's National Party-dominated Portmore Municipal Corporation (PMC) rejected $ 300,000 to $ 400,000, which has been awarded by the Ministry of Health to each council council to combat the outbreak. The news of the award, which will also see that every member …

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Tom Watson: My sugar addiction causes constant hunger

Labor MP Tom Watson is backing the Fizz Free February campaign to stop drinking sugary drinks. Mr. Watson, who was diagnosed with type two diabetes and lost seven stone, told the BBC his sugar addiction had caused constant hunger for 30 years. "I was on three-hour cycles where I was getting sugar spikes and drops. When I also refined sugar …

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