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COVID reaches 'very high' level in CA, CDC wastewater data sh...

Ashley Mackey

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- COVID-19 continues to mutate leaving us all more susceptible, and new data is showing just that. According to the CDC, California's wastewater has reached a "very high" level f

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This 1 factor increases risk of memory loss in older adults, ...

Aditi Shrikant

Being alone is not the greatest risk to memory loss, a new study found. However, feeling lonely is. Researchers at the University of Waterloo followed four groups of adults during a six-year period

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Antioxidants Slow Vision Loss in Late-Stage Dry AMD - Neurosc...

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Summary: Researchers found that daily antioxidant supplements slow the progression of late-stage dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The supplements help preserve central vision by slowing th

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Sleep Patterns Linked to Cognitive Health in Women - Neurosci...

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Summary: The REFRESH-NOW study investigates the impact of sleep duration and irregularity on cognitive health in women aged 55 and older. Using activity trackers and a smartphone app, researchers aim

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New Brain Template Created - Neuroscience News

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Summary: Researchers have developed OpenNeuro Average (onavg), a new cortical surface template that improves the accuracy and efficiency of neuroimaging data analysis. This template is based on 1,

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Health Department: Person hospitalized for West Nile virus in...

Raquel Ciampi

ALLEGHENY COUNTY, Pa. A person has tested positive for West Nile virus in Allegheny County. The case becomes the first human instance for Allegheny County in 2024. According to the Allegheny Count

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Gene Fights Pancreatic CancerUntil It Doesn't - Newser

Arden Dier

Pancreatic cancer succeeds by shutting down a gene that works to slow the growth of the disease, a breakthrough discovery that could lead to new treatments for one of the world's deadliest cancers. "

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Measles breaks out at massive NYC migrant shelter - Fox News

Michael Dorgan

At least two people staying at a sprawling migrant shelter in New York City have contracted measles and health officials in the Big Apple are working to stop the spread of the disease, according to r

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Potential cause of lupus may be identified: Study - The Hill

Isabelle Charboneau

Skip to content Close-up of female doctor looking at CT scan report on computer monitor. Surgeon with pen viewing at X-ray image on computer screen in hospital. <ul><li>Lupus is a chronic, incurab

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Gastrointestinal issues are common but overlooked symptom of ...

Isabelle Charboneau

Skip to content <ul><li>According to the British Medical Journal, COVID-19 can cause stomach and gastrointestinal issues such as lack of appetite, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain.</

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Spike in COVID cases across Colorado, fewer hospitalizations ...

Courtney Yuen

COLORADO, USA The Colorado Department of Health and Environment (CDPHE) is reporting a spike in COVID cases. So far, 1,284 cases have been reported in the state this week. Last week, there were 1,372

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Researchers show that age, sex and BMI are significantly asso...

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Everybody poops, but not every day. New research by the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) suggests bowel movement frequency is linked to long-term health. An ISB-led research team examined the cli

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4 ways to burn more calories and make the most of your daily ...

Reda Wigle

The health benefits of a daily walk are well-established. From aiding digestion to boosting mood, getting your steps in is undoubtedly a step in the right direction. A low-impact alternative to run

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Medications That Don't Mix with Alcohol - Newsmax

Lynn C. Allison

Drinking alcohol when you are on medication can have a negative and potentially harmful effect, depending on the drug and your physiology. Many medications can become less effective with alcohol, w

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Top Federal Drug Official Wants U.S. To Move 'Away From Crimi...

Ben Adlin

A top federal drug official is calling for the government to move away from criminalization under the drug war, saying that the countrys failure to offer drug treatment to incarcerated people only

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Blood Test Predicts Response to Glaucoma Treatment - Newsmax

Dennis Thompson

An experimental blood test might be able to predict whether glaucoma patients will continue to lose their vision following treatment, researchers report. A biochemical called nicotinamide adenine di

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Former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Victoria Kalina in Two-Piec...

Leah Groth

Victoria Kalina is teaching a workout class in her two-piece exercise set. In a new social media post the former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader shows off her insanely fit figure while teaching a fitness

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Visual hallucinations in Parkinsons disease linked to choline...

Eric W. Dolan

Visual hallucinations are a significant issue for many patients with Parkinsons disease. A recent study published in the journal Brain reveals that these hallucinations are associated with a marked d

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Im tired of doing things wrong: Viewers torn after woman puts...

Melody Heald

While aluminum foil is usually intended for cooking, its actually a very versatile product. A TikToker left viewers divided, however, with how she uses aluminum foil. In a video with over 1.9 mill

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Bug-spread baby deaths 'could have been prevented' - BBC.com

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BySabbiyah Pervez,BBC Yorkshire Investigations Baby Harris was born four months prematurely at Bradford Royal Infirmary Two babies died on a hospitals neonatal intensive care unit during a bacter

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Tiny Blockages in The Brain's Plumbing Could Be Causing Migra...

Jess Cockerill

No one really knows the cause of migraine, but a number of studies have begun to piece together the mechanisms behind these headaches from hell. There's evidence that short strings of amino acids ca

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Protein Discovery Suggests New Target For Early-Stage Alzheim...

David Nield

Proteins found on the surface of animal cells and in between them could be a target for drugs to stop Alzheimer's in its earliest stages, according to a new study. The proteins heparan sulfate-modif

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Scientists Discover That Toxic Compounds in Everyday Products...

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UTEP researchers found that nanoplastics and PFAS chemicals significantly alter proteins essential for human development, like those in breast milk and myoglobin, potentially leading to developmental

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