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FORT WAYNE – Indiana youths are more likely than others throughout the country to have been bullied, attempted suicide, suffered an overdose or taken diet pills. That’s according to a new mental...
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2014/04/18 04:50
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For a condition to have become as prevalent as autism, it’s shocking and disheartening we still know so little. The number of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder — a range of...
2014/04/18 04:22
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PAWTUCKET — A team of epidemiological sleuths from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is assisting state health officials in examining the surge in drug overdose deaths in Rhode...
2014/04/17 20:12
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... News) -- Just in time for summer swimming and boating season comes a grim government report: Drowning deaths are still a problem in the United States, even though overall deaths from...
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Thousands of Americans are still being infected by their food every year, and infections from only one germ among 80 tracked by government officials dropped significantly in 2013, according to new...
2014/04/17 16:42
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... have recognized for many years that Lyme disease is not a uniform disease process and can vary in outcomes," says Mark Soloski, Ph.D., a professor of medicine at the Johns Hopkins...
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2014/04/17 15:29
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A customer puffs on an e-cigarette at the Henley Vaporium in New York City December 18, 2013. (REUTERS/Mike Segar) Complaints of injury linked to e-cigarettes, from burns and nicotine toxicity to...
2014/04/17 11:04
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Complaints of injury linked to e-cigarettes, from burns and nicotine toxicity to respiratory and cardiovascular problems, have jumped over the past year as the devices become...
2014/04/17 05:26
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Chatfield LINKS acknowledge Autism Awareness Month LAPEER — April is Autism Awareness Month. Students at Chatfield School are raising awareness for autism and celebrating differences among all...
2014/04/17 00:42
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By Tom Gilchrist For The Advertiser BAY CITY — A federal grand jury accuses a former executive with a Huron County farmers’ cooperative of causing soy flour containing salmonella bacteria to be...
2014/04/17 00:21
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INDIANAPOLIS - When you walk into a restaurant in Indiana, there's nothing posted inside the establishment to give you information regarding the cleanliness of the eatery. Whether it's a burger joint...
2014/04/16 23:46
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SALT LAKE CITY — A portion of the Salt Lake City School District lies in what administrators call a "food desert," where the closest stores are convenience stores and it is somewhat difficult for...
2014/04/16 21:11
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... NEWS) -- Unvaccinated kids could spend 25 days at home if someone at their school develops mumps – a contagious disease making the rounds in Columbus, Ohio. At least 224 people in Franklin and...
2014/04/16 20:58
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CHICAGO – Scientists have developed an experimental pill that helped protect ferrets from a measles-like virus, raising hope for a treatment to thwart the deadly infection in unvaccinated people who...
2014/04/16 18:10
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John Simerman / The New Orleans Advocate NEW ORLEANS, La. -- Five children, who ranged in age from 35 days to 13 years, arrived at Children’s Hospital from different homes, had severe illnesses of...
2014/04/16 17:40
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Unvaccinated kids could spend 25 days at home if someone at their school develops mumps – a contagious disease making the rounds in Columbus, Ohio. At least 224 people in Franklin and Delaware...
2014/04/16 16:00
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Healthy kids bolster hopes for a brighter tomorrow. That’s the idea behind the Kroehler YMCA’s annual Healthy Kids Day, set for 9 a.m. to noon April 26 at the downtown facility, 34 S. Washington St.,...
2014/04/16 15:40
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By Dennis ThompsonHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, April 14, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- As a major outbreak of deadly Ebola virus spreads through the West African nations of Guinea and Liberia, public health...
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SUNDAY, April 13, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Campfires are exciting for kids but they also can be dangerous without supervision and simple precautions, an expert warns. Tripping and falling at campfire...
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Anita Bertrand doesn't remember much about the first time she stole narcotics she was supposed to administer to surgical patients. She doesn't remember exactly when she installed the intravenous port...
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