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2014/11/26 15:54
2014/11/26 15:54
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... trouble on the streets while walking home. Allegedly, she gets run over by one or more of Santa’s reindeers. The injuries, it is assumed, causes her death. So, what went wrong that...
2014/11/26 15:54
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2014/11/14 20:39
2014/11/14 20:39
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Almost two years ago, Julius Lukes sat down to a meal of raw fish riddled with tapeworm eggs. “I did not enjoy it,” he recalls. Happily, it took just a second or two: “You put it on your spoon and...
2014/11/13 08:55
2014/11/13 08:55
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If your morning ritual consists of making a grab for a takeout tea or coffee to get your much-needed caffeine fix, you are not alone. Caffeine is used by the masses on a daily basis to increase...
2014/11/10 21:46
2014/11/10 21:46
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As humans increase atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations, oceans absorb some of the CO2. The resulting drop in ocean pH, known as ocean acidification, has been called climate change's "equally...
2014/11/10 20:41
2014/11/10 20:41
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Parents who have one child with peanut allergy may be shielding their other kids from peanuts when it’s not necessary, and might actually increase the child’s allergy risk, according to a new...
2014/11/10 16:43
2014/11/10 16:43
17d
... risk of an allergic reaction to contrast dyes than the general population, according to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology practice guidelines on drug allergies. "What I...
2014/11/09 03:07
2014/11/09 03:07
18d
... to slightly lag behind state averages in physical fitness, data from a Department of Education report indicate. While the report, released Thursday, notes that California students...
2014/11/07 16:53
2014/11/07 16:53
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... risk of an allergic reaction to contrast dyes than the general population, according to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology practice guidelines on drug allergies. "What I...
2014/11/05 23:14
2014/11/05 23:14
21d
... could had adverse effects on young children. In a recent study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, researchers say full-body emollient therapy and fewer baths for...
2014/10/30 10:27
2014/10/30 10:27
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... interventions depend on the initial response to epinephrine,” according to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology’s website. School nurses are unable to administer...
2014/10/30 03:45
2014/10/30 03:45
28d
As humans increase atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations, oceans absorb some of the CO2. The resulting drop in ocean pH, known as ocean acidification, has been called climate change's "equally...
2014/10/28 13:48
2014/10/28 13:48
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... these measures must recognize that health care workers are an indispensable element of our effort … and should be crafted so as not to unnecessarily discourage those workers from...
2014/10/26 20:17
2014/10/26 20:17
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... appear to show something significant, it’s rarely able to be replicated in another study of people with a CFS diagnosis. If Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is, indeed, several discrete...
2014/10/26 07:43
2014/10/26 07:43
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... and found reasons to be concerned. In his lifetime Dubos had witnessed the steady decline of diseases such as diphtheria, tuberculosis and polio, but rather than giving him confidence these...
2014/10/24 22:03
2014/10/24 22:03
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... to participate this year in the Teal Pumpkin Project, a new campaign to raise awareness of children's food allergies on a holiday known for sweet treats. Families who paint their pumpkins...
2014/10/24 02:25
2014/10/24 02:25
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... it. About 50 million Americans suffer from some allergy, and the number is growing, says the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. The reactions can be triggered by food, latex,...
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