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Drug resistant superbugs may have found a new enemy in the Irish soil

Breaking News Emails Get interrupted news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered everyday morning. SUBSCRIBE 17. March 2019, 19:27 GMT By Linda Carroll and Lauren Dunn As antibiotic-resistant bacteria become more common and lethal, the solution to this relatively new problem can come from a bit of old Irish folklore and tradition. For the microbiologist …

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Study confirms that the Apple Watch saves lives

A large study sponsored by Apple has revealed that the Apple Watch can detect an irregular heartbeat. 400,000 Apple Watch users were invited to take part in the study and the results were presented today in New Orleans at a meeting of the American College of Cardiology. 2,000 participants, or .5% of those wearing the smartwatch, received a notification about …

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States approve cannabis to combat opioid dependence

Risky Maneuver So far, two US states, New York and Illinois have legalized the use of cannabis to help treat chronic pain as an alternative to addictive opioids. Ask someone on the street and they would probably tell you that cannabis helps people relax. The chemical similarities between cannabis and opioids seem to make it anecdotal, like cannabis, could help …

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New health issues caused by FGCU research on toxic algae dust

CLOSE Aerial view of toxic algae flower floating in a canal Friday July 14, 2018 in Cape Coral, Florida. news-press.com, news-press.com FGCU research released Friday shows airborne cyanobacteria toxins can travel more than a mile inland, raising issues of health impact on those exposed to the region's recent massive blue-green algae bloom last year. Air samples found two blue-green algae …

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FDA's Vaping & # 39; Epidemic & # 39; does not stop for inspection

Prior to announcing his termination last week, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb had made the end of the teenagers a central target for his term of office. Specifically, to eliminate what he often calls an "epidemic", regulators have not only exaggerated the scale of the problem but also threatened retailers with regulatory implications. The source of the problem is elsewhere. For …

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What is the vaccine court? – Insider

Just two minutes walk from the White House's front door, on the eastern edge of the green Lafayette Square, the Howard T. Markey National Courts Building sits, a 9-story red brick structure with dark, narrow windows. Inside, federal judges monitor a mix of cases and appeals involving patent competition, veteran benefits, oil spills, private claims against the government, and more. …

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Houston girl dies of flu, first local pediatric case this season

A 12-year-old Houston girl died of flu-related causes, this year's first pediatric death in Houston and the other in the region. The girl was ill for most of February and admitted to the hospital before embarking on the disease at the end of the month, said health workers in Houston. She had already existing conditions and suffered from several organ …

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