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San Diego officials were warned about restroom shortage repeatedly before hepatitis outbreak
Dr. Nick Yphantides, the county's Chief Medical Officer, talked about the efforts to stop the spread of hepatitis A on Tuesday. Behind him were Supervisor Ron Roberts, Mayor Kevin Faulconer and other health officials. (K.C. Alfred / San Diego Union ...

Seven People Get Flu After Contact With Pigs at Charles County Fair
Seven fair-goers in Maryland have tested positive for a strain of the flu after coming in close contact with pigs at the Charles County Fair, health officials say. The Maryland Department of Health said the seven people tested positive for the ...

Trump strikes optimistic tone on GOP health care effort
New York (CNN) President Donald Trump, watching from New York as Senate Republicans mull their latest attempt at a health care reform bill, said Wednesday he was optimistic about the measure's chances. "I think it has a very good chance. I believe that ...

A Doctor Went Into Labor While Delivering Someone Else's Baby
Just as she was delivering a patient's baby, a pregnant doctor in Iowa discovered that her own water had broken, and she was going into labor. On July 28, Dr. Emily Jacobs, an OB-GYN at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, welcomed a baby boy ...

Report: More young people have tattoos and piercings than ever before
Tattoos and piercings among teenagers are more popular than ever — and pediatricians need to talk about it with adolescents, a new report said. The American Academy of Pediatrics released its first clinical report this week regarding tattooing and ...

Nicotine in e-cigs is not only addictive, it might also increase your risk of heart disease
Even after puffing on just one electronic cigarette with nicotine, healthy non-smokers were found to have a biological marker known to increase the risk of heart disease in tobacco users, according to a new study. The research, published in Journal of ...

The surprising cities with the highest and lowest rates of exercise
A poll on the exercise habits of adults from 2015 to 2016, across 189 U.S. cities, revealed that a person's frequency of working out has seemingly nothing to do with where they live. While some may believe that those who live in more metropolitan areas ...

Groundbreaking study finds rigid gender stereotypes in children tied to higher depression, violence, suicide risk
A girl plays with a baby doll at a day care center for children aged 12 months to six years on December 22, 2011 in Munich, Germany. New research from the World Health Organization and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health shows exposure ...

UK scientists edit DNA of human embryos
The blueprint for life - DNA - has been altered in human embryos for the first time in the UK. The team at the Francis Crick Institute are unravelling the mysteries of the earliest moments of life. Understanding what happens after a sperm fertilises an ...

Not enough new antibiotics in the pipeline, UN report warns
20 September 2017 – Too few new antibiotics are under development to combat the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance, a United Nations report has found. The report released today by the World Health Organization (WHO) says most of the drugs ...


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