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Mystery E. coli outbreaks sew 72 people in 5 states, CDC says

Symptoms of this bacterial infection, which usually begin about three or four days after the consumption of the bacteria, may include aqueous or bloody diarrhea, fever, abdominal cramps, nausea and vomiting. Eight people involved in the mysterious outbreak have been hospitalized. No deaths have been reported. People began to get sick on March 2, and the patients range from 1 …

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Here Is What People Are Doing Wrong

<div_ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " When you apply sunscreen or SPF moisturizer? (Photo: Getty Images) Getty are debating whether to wear sunscreen, sun protection factors (SPF) moisturizer, or a deadpool mask to protect your face at the beach, take a look at a study just published in PLOS ONE . [19659005] The study studied how well volunteers applied sunscreen …

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Girl's attempt to 'fake chickenpox' to miss test backfires after she uses permanent marker

Lily Schooley allegedly borrowed a red marker to "do homework," before appearing 10 minutes later with dots on her body.            (Kennedy News and Media) A 6-year-old's attempt to fake sick to miss school has left her "red-in-the-face" after the marker she used to cover herself in phony chickenpox turned out to be permanent. Lily Schooley, who was allegedly dreading …

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Food cravings are usually OK to indulge, according to experts

Raise your hand if you've started a healthy food kick (hooray for green smoothies and grain bowls!)… Only to start desperately missing your favorite treats by like, day three? The struggle is so, so real. And yes, it's true that food cravings can be your body counting you need to get more sleep, or that it needs more salt post-workout. …

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These diets kill more people than smoking

About 11 million people eat themselves to early digs every year – but the most risky diets can come as a surprise. The new Global Burden of Disease Study, which analyzed dietary consumption in 195 countries between 1990 and 2017, concluded that poor (or "non-optimal") dietary habits are responsible for 1 in 5 deaths – more than other risk factors, …

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Letter: Anti-waxxers are far from a tin-hat crowd

Rob Port's vaccination published column on April 3 does nothing to promote the conversation. When we switch the pharmaceutical company's mainstream boilerplate message without examining any of the reasons for vaccination problems, all we do is help a serious mistake. Drug companies make their own vaccination studies and create them to produce positive results. And they are tested isolated from …

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Moisturizer With Sunscreen? Get Around Your Eyes

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, April 3, 2019 (HealthDay News) – Even though many moisturizers now contain sunscreens, people may not put them on their faces as well as they do sunscreen lotions, new research suggests. "Moisturizer is not as well applied as sunscreen," said lead author Kevin Hamill, a lecturer in eye and vision science at the University …

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"Should we pretend having autism is awesome?"

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Five simple tweaks that should be to their diets

N ow, before you say 'but you just told me to limit my dairy intake', remember that milk and cheese aren't the only sources of calcium in our diet. You can find 460mg in 100g of sardines, 40mg in 15g or almonds and 130mg in 80g or spinach. 5. Eat your potato skins Fiber is one of the unspoken heroes …

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