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Craig Daily Press
Health Briefs: Wellness Wednesdays’ May schedule in motionto be determined. VNA reminds residents to protect themselves from Hantavirus
Health Briefs: Wellness Wednesdays’ May schedule in motion
Craig Daily Press / Posted 25 minutes ago
to be determined. VNA reminds residents to protect themselves from Hantavirus The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association advises precautions when cleaning — or just being in — areas inhabited by rodents. Hantavirus is a serious,... Read more
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Business Standard India
Reckitt Benckiser shareholders protest CEO's pay packagewhich is grappling with a South Korean probe into the sale of now-banned humidi
Reckitt Benckiser shareholders protest CEO's pay package
Business Standard India / Posted 4 hours ago
which is grappling with a South Korean probe into the sale of now-banned humidifier sanitisers that have been linked to respiratory illnesses and deaths. The Slough, England-based company has also been fined for misleading Australian consumers... Read more
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The Telegraph
Mizoram alert over pig diseaseanimal husbandry and veterinary department, told The Telegraph today that there
Mizoram alert over pig disease
The Telegraph / Posted yesterday
animal husbandry and veterinary department, told The Telegraph today that there was an outbreak of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) in several villages of Champhai district, bordering Myanmar. "Many pigs have died. I can't give... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Early viral respiratory infections may increase type 1 diabetes risk in childrenViral respiratory infections during the first six months of life are associated
Early viral respiratory infections may increase type 1 diabetes risk in children
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
Viral respiratory infections during the first six months of life are associated with an increased risk for type 1 diabetes. This is the conclusion reached by a team of scientists at the Helmholtz Zentrum München during a study published in the... Read more
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Deseret News
CDC: 1 in 3 antibiotic prescriptions unnecessarydiseases doctor and one of the authors on the report, called antibiotic overuse
CDC: 1 in 3 antibiotic prescriptions unnecessary
Deseret News / Posted yesterday
diseases doctor and one of the authors on the report, called antibiotic overuse "one of the most important public health threats we face." Overuse of antibiotics leads to a number of short- and long-term problems, according to Hersh. The... Read more
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Eu Business
European Court of Justice rejects all claims against the EU Tobacco Products Directive — EUbusiness.comraised by Poland and Romania, Philip Morris and Pillbox38 (maker of e-cigarette
European Court of Justice rejects all claims against the EU Tobacco Products Directive — EUbusiness.com
Eu Business / Posted 2 days ago
raised by Poland and Romania, Philip Morris and Pillbox38 (maker of e-cigarettes) respectively. The European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) welcomes the ECJ judgement and calls for all EU and national institutions to respect the global... Read more
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News 8000
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medi
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
News 8000 / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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Deseret News
Choose the location of your next home wisely � it could have big impacts on your healthin that space," Hollander said. "When we create environments that support and e
Choose the location of your next home wisely � it could have big impacts on your health
Deseret News / Posted 2 days ago
in that space," Hollander said. "When we create environments that support and enforce storytelling, we have better health and well being." Homes can also be toxic, as when foul water sickens an entire community, as in Flint, Michigan. A... Read more
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My EastText
Medical errors being the third leading cause of deathwere operating on. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest me
Medical errors being the third leading cause of death
My EastText / Posted 2 days ago
were operating on. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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Newsmax
Could Infant Colds Raise Type 1 Diabetes Risk?down. Others may cause immune system cells to mistakenly attack the beta cells,
Could Infant Colds Raise Type 1 Diabetes Risk?
Newsmax / Posted 2 days ago
down. Others may cause immune system cells to mistakenly attack the beta cells, sensing them as foreign invaders instead of healthy tissue. However the destruction might occur, the end result is that people with type 1 diabetes are left with too... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
Medical errors may be third leading cause of death in the U.S.official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins, suggest med
Medical errors may be third leading cause of death in the U.S.
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins, suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
CDC: At least 30 percent of antibiotics prescribed are unnecessaryis the new information published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevent
CDC: At least 30 percent of antibiotics prescribed are unnecessary
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 2 days ago
is the new information published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The study, done in collaboration with Pew Charitable Trusts and other public health and medical experts, looked... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
CDC: at least 30 percent of antitbiotics prescribed are unnecessaryis the new information published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevent
CDC: at least 30 percent of antitbiotics prescribed are unnecessary
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 2 days ago
is the new information published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The study, done in collaboration with Pew Charitable Trusts and other public health and medical experts, looked... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Study sizes up antibiotic misusethat don't respond to antibiotics, such as colds, sore throats, bronchitis, flu
Study sizes up antibiotic misuse
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
that don't respond to antibiotics, such as colds, sore throats, bronchitis, flu and other viral illnesses. Although health officials have been warning for decades about the overuse of antibiotics and its contribution to the development of... Read more
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My EastText
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medi
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
My EastText / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medi
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medi
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medi
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Medical errors the third leading cause of death? | Health - Home Study suggests medical errors behind only heart disease, can
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
KTVZ Bend / Posted 2 days ago
| Health - Home Study suggests medical errors behind only heart disease, cancer By Jen Christensen and Elizabeth Cohen CNN You've heard those... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medi
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medi
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medi
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medi
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medi
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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KSBW Salinas
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medi
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
KSBW Salinas / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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KCBA FOX 35 Salinas
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medi
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
KCBA FOX 35 Salinas / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medi
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medi
Medical errors the third leading cause of death?
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Medical errors may be third leading cause of death in the U.S.official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins, suggest med
Medical errors may be third leading cause of death in the U.S.
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 2 days ago
official record. In fact, the study from doctors at Johns Hopkins, suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do. That would make these medical mistakes the third leading cause of death... Read more
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Daily Mail
One in three US antibiotic prescriptions 'unnecessary:' studyand killing 23,000 each year in the United States alone, according to the repor
One in three US antibiotic prescriptions 'unnecessary:' study
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
and killing 23,000 each year in the United States alone, according to the report in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). The study found that in the United States in 2011, 262 million outpatient antibiotic prescriptions were... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Doctors in US incorrectly prescribe antibiotics in nearly a third of casesof Antibiotic Prescriptions Among US Ambulatory Care Visits, 2010-2011 and publ
Doctors in US incorrectly prescribe antibiotics in nearly a third of cases
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 3 days ago
of Antibiotic Prescriptions Among US Ambulatory Care Visits, 2010-2011 and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, comes as a White House panel of experts convened to work on the issue push doctors to halve the prescribing of... Read more
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NBC News
A Third of Antibiotic Prescriptions are Just Wrongare just not needed, according to a new report issued Tuesday. Despite decades
A Third of Antibiotic Prescriptions are Just Wrong
NBC News / Posted 3 days ago
are just not needed, according to a new report issued Tuesday. Despite decades of ever-more-frantic warnings from health officials, doctors are still writing prescriptions for colds, ear infections and bronchitis, even though they do not... Read more
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
CDC Press Releasesin the United States are unnecessary, according to new data published today in
CDC Press Releases
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention / Posted 3 days ago
in the United States are unnecessary, according to new data published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in collaboration with Pew Charitable Trusts and... Read more
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Times of Malta
Lack of consultants a problem at Mater Dei HospitalDepartment and other critical parts of the State hospital are overstretched due
Lack of consultants a problem at Mater Dei Hospital
Times of Malta / Posted 3 days ago
Department and other critical parts of the State hospital are overstretched due to a lack of consultants, the Medical Association has warned. MAM general secretary Martin Balzan told the Times of Malta that the A&E was among the most... Read more
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CBC.ca
Pregnant women urged to get flu shot to protect the babyProtecting infants from influenza by immunizing mothers during pregnancy is a p
Pregnant women urged to get flu shot to protect the baby
CBC.ca / Posted 3 days ago
Protecting infants from influenza by immunizing mothers during pregnancy is a public health priority, U.S. researchers say. (Matt Rourke/Associated Press) Babies born to mothers who received flu shots while pregnant were less likely to have... Read more
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22 WSBT South Bend
WSBT 22 FACT FINDER: Dog park dangersare we putting them in danger when we take them out to play? As WSBT 22's Dani
WSBT 22 FACT FINDER: Dog park dangers
22 WSBT South Bend / Posted 4 days ago
are we putting them in danger when we take them out to play? As WSBT 22's Danielle Kennedy reports, dog parks can pose big health and safety risks for your pets. Veterinarians say protecting pets should start before you even take them to the... Read more
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New Kerala
Awareness campaign launched against air pollution - newkerala.com #57786Gurgaon, May 2 : With Asthma becoming one of the most common respiratory diseas
Awareness campaign launched against air pollution - newkerala.com #57786
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
Gurgaon, May 2 : With Asthma becoming one of the most common respiratory diseases in the world, a campaign to raise awareness about increasing air pollution was launched here on Monday. During the two-week-long 'Save Your Lungs Campaign', various... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
Piehler named MSU Hardin Scholar, Allen as Clark Scholaraward is given with the honor. Piehler serves as the 2016 MSU student regent,
Piehler named MSU Hardin Scholar, Allen as Clark Scholar
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 4 days ago
award is given with the honor. Piehler serves as the 2016 MSU student regent, is member of the Student Government Association, and served on the Redwine Honors Society Committee. She is a member of Alpha Chi National College Honor Society,... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Pneumonia hospitalizations: Viral infections more common than bacterial, elderly face higher stroke and heart attack riskcould be applied.Pneumonia in seniors increases the risk of a heart attack and
Pneumonia hospitalizations: Viral infections more common than bacterial, elderly face higher stroke and heart attack risk
Bel Marra Health / Posted 5 days ago
could be applied.Pneumonia in seniors increases the risk of a heart attack and stroke Older people often have additional health problems. In some cases, they may not even realize that they have underlying health issues, but adding any sort of... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Seattleites help Syrian refugees here and in Europe: ‘I couldn’t not go’sense of urgency seemed stronger than ever, although the trip had taken a toll.
Seattleites help Syrian refugees here and in Europe: ‘I couldn’t not go’
The Seattle Times / Posted 6 days ago
sense of urgency seemed stronger than ever, although the trip had taken a toll. Coughing, she said she had been hit by a respiratory infection from breathing in burning plastic at Idomeni. Normally ebullient, she broke down as she talked about... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
World Asthma Day, abdominal aortic aneurysm, pulmonary embolism risk, insomnia, and pregnancyDay, which falls on May 3 this year, is fast approaching. In view of this, we w
World Asthma Day, abdominal aortic aneurysm, pulmonary embolism risk, insomnia, and pregnancy
Bel Marra Health / Posted 6 days ago
Day, which falls on May 3 this year, is fast approaching. In view of this, we want to educate our readers on some of the health conditions affected by asthma, including abdominal aortic aneurysm, pulmonary embolism, insomnia, and even pregnancy.... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Health Briefs: Senior Social Center plans walking groupsspeaker to be determined.VNA reminds residents to protect themselves from Hanta
Health Briefs: Senior Social Center plans walking groups
Craig Daily Press / Posted 7 days ago
speaker to be determined.VNA reminds residents to protect themselves from Hantavirus The Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association advises precautions when cleaning — or just being in — areas inhabited by rodents. Hantavirus is a serious,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Combating Diabetes Through Food Diversificationwith change in diet being a must. Since then up to now, Chimdzakazi has change
Combating Diabetes Through Food Diversification
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
with change in diet being a must. Since then up to now, Chimdzakazi has changed her eating habits and has now managed a health life at least with the sugar levels being stable. "I do not take sugar anymore, my main course consists of... Read more
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The Hill
Obama ozone rule looms large in swing statestate, local and county officials, and elected representatives, because they ha
Obama ozone rule looms large in swing state
The Hill / Posted 7 days ago
state, local and county officials, and elected representatives, because they have been on top of this issue.” The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), the American Petroleum Institute (API) and others have also focused significant efforts... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
More neurological resources needed to manage Zika virus infectionswill contribute the neurological angle and expertise to the coordinated global
More neurological resources needed to manage Zika virus infections
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 days ago
will contribute the neurological angle and expertise to the coordinated global response to help affected countries and health care providers deal with the crisis." Neurological Zika complications: More than microcephaly - larger groups at... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
A ban on burningthere were occasions when I could hardly see across the street,” she said. “The
A ban on burning
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 8 days ago
there were occasions when I could hardly see across the street,” she said. “The severity of the smoke and ash has caused respiratory distress in people making them confined to their own homes.” She said some residents have gone to stay in hotels... Read more
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BC Local News
A ban on burningthere were occasions when I could hardly see across the street,” she said. “The
A ban on burning
BC Local News / Posted 8 days ago
there were occasions when I could hardly see across the street,” she said. “The severity of the smoke and ash has caused respiratory distress in people making them confined to their own homes.” She said some residents have gone to stay in hotels... Read more
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FOX News
Newborn disease outbreaks push South Korea to stiffen care center oversightSEOUL – Like more than half of South Korean mothers, Kim Ju-yeon spent two week
Newborn disease outbreaks push South Korea to stiffen care center oversight
FOX News / Posted 8 days ago
SEOUL – Like more than half of South Korean mothers, Kim Ju-yeon spent two weeks recuperating and relaxing in a health care center with her newborn after she gave birth last June. But her baby boy caught latent tuberculosis during their stay, one of... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Newborn disease outbreaks push South Korea to stiffen care centre oversightSEOUL: Like more than half of South Korean mothers, Kim Ju-yeon spent two weeks
Newborn disease outbreaks push South Korea to stiffen care centre oversight
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 8 days ago
SEOUL: Like more than half of South Korean mothers, Kim Ju-yeon spent two weeks recuperating and relaxing in a health care centre with her newborn after she gave birth last June. But her baby boy caught latent tuberculosis during their stay, one of... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Newborn disease outbreaks push South Korea to stiffen care center oversightSEOUL: Like more than half of South Korean mothers, Kim Ju-yeon spent two weeks
Newborn disease outbreaks push South Korea to stiffen care center oversight
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 8 days ago
SEOUL: Like more than half of South Korean mothers, Kim Ju-yeon spent two weeks recuperating and relaxing in a health care center with her newborn after she gave birth last June. But her baby boy caught latent tuberculosis during their stay, one of... Read more
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