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What’s Actually in Those Starbucks Drinks Ariana Grande Is Peddling?

What’s Actually in Those Starbucks Drinks Ariana Grande Is Peddling?

The cloud macchiato comes in caramel and cinnamon flavors. Ariana Grande has a new Starbucks drink - now, cue all the "Grande" jokes you can think of. Ariana Grande is launching her own Starbuc...

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HIV cure: London patient recovers from sex disease in major breakthrough

HIV cure: London patient recovers from sex disease in major breakthrough

In this case, however, there was a second goal: to cure the patient's HIV . "For hepatitis C , we can completely cure people of the virus so they're no longer infected". Extensive testing of blood...

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GE to off-load biopharma business

GE to off-load biopharma business

GE's biopharma business , which provides tools to support biopharmaceutical research and development, brought in roughly $3 billion in revenue in 2018. Shares of GE (GE ), which has a debt of more tha...

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Measles outbreak in Philippines could bring disease to Guam

Measles outbreak in Philippines could bring disease to Guam

Because measles is so contagious - the virus can live in the air where an infected person has coughed or sneezed for up to two hours - controlling outbreaks can be extremely hard. Cohn: There was a p...

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Smoking marijuana may not affect mens fertility: Study | newkerala.com #98365

Smoking marijuana may not affect mens fertility: Study | newkerala.com #98365

Chan School of Public Health in Boston. "We spent a good two months redoing everything, making sure that there wasn't any error in the data ", Cahvarro was quoted by Bloomberg . They provided se...

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Measles Cases Confirmed In Washington State

Measles Cases Confirmed In Washington State

Early symptoms include a fever, runny nose and malaise, followed by a rash that starts around the head and moves down the body. The highly contagious virus spreads through the air and can linger for...

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Health Officials Confirm 42 Measles Cases In WA

Health Officials Confirm 42 Measles Cases In WA

The CDC has warned that travellers should ensure they are vaccinated against measles with the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine (MMR). Two of the confirmed patients from southwest Washington trav...

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Measles outbreak in Clark County, Washington

Measles outbreak in Clark County, Washington

The majority of the cases involve children younger than 10. Thirty-two Clark County cases are unimmunized, and four are unverified. As of Friday, there were 26 confirmed cases according to the repor...

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Washington Calls Statewide Emergency Over Measles

Washington Calls Statewide Emergency Over Measles

Officials say it appears nearly all involve unvaccinated children under the age of 10. "Measles is a highly contagious disease that can be fatal in small children", Inslee said in a statement Frid...

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14200 people living with HIV had their health data intentionally dumped online

14200 people living with HIV had their health data intentionally dumped online

Farrera Brochez, a U.S. national who had been living in Singapore between January 2008 and June 2016 . Of these, 14,200 were individuals diagnosed with the disease, among whom were 5,400 Singapor...

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Sen. Kamala Harris town hall with CNN’s Jake Tapper

Sen. Kamala Harris town hall with CNN’s Jake Tapper

Kamala Harris , standing outside of Oakland's city hall, formally kicked off her campaign for the White House by presenting herself as the leader who can best unite an America that is at an "inflectio...

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Day of advocacy held at the Capitol for Alzheimer's and dementia

Day of advocacy held at the Capitol for Alzheimer's and dementia

Salmon, PhD, professor in the Department of Neurosciences and Helen A. Jarrett Chair in Alzheimer's Research at UC San Diego School of Medicine. Clinical trials on Alzheimer's patients will be c...

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NYC Mayor Announces Health Care Coverage For All New York City Residents

NYC Mayor Announces Health Care Coverage For All New York City Residents

Trump's Republican party has pushed to repeal the 2010 Obamacare program, which expanded health care to most uninsured Americans, while the liberal wing of the Democratic party has called for a federa...

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Powell says he would reject any Trump request to resign

Powell says he would reject any Trump request to resign

Powell said that ISM report was already off a historically high level and remains strong. By Rich MillerFederal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has managed to assuage fickle financial markets by...

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Thailand's legislature legalizes medical use of marijuana

Thailand's legislature legalizes medical use of marijuana

The law specifies that this culture would be framed, and the use of cannabis limited to a medical and non-recreational use. The new year could bring a new medical marijuana market in an unlikely p...

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What Obamacare ruling could mean for your health care

What Obamacare ruling could mean for your health care

U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor in Fort Worth agreed with a coalition of Republican states led by Texas that the Affordable Care Act, the signature health-care overhaul by President Barack Obama, ne...

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Google Fit update brings home screen widgets and a breathing coach

Google Fit update brings home screen widgets and a breathing coach

Several months later Google is back with yet another update that adds some nifty features to the Android app. Google said that the update is the result of user feedback and that the update comes...

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Doctors blame tap water in neti pot for brain-eating amoeba

Although the risk of infection to the brain is extremely low, people who use neti pots or other nasal-irrigation devices can almost eliminate it by following directions printed on the devices, includi...

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Chinese baby-gene editing scientist 'proud of his work'

Chinese baby-gene editing scientist 'proud of his work'

David Baltimore, chair of the organizing committee of the Hong Kong summit and 1975 Nobel laureate in Physiology or Medicine, noted in his opening remarks on Tuesday that scientists can only do gene...

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Scientist in gene-editing controversy ran second experiment on human embryos

Scientist in gene-editing controversy ran second experiment on human embryos

In this October 10, 2018 photo, He Jiankui is reflected in a glass panel as he works at a computer at a laboratory in Shenzhen in southern China's Guangdong province. Annas also faulted He for cond...

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98 mn Indians will have diabetes by 2030: Lancet

98 mn Indians will have diabetes by 2030: Lancet

As the number of people living with diabetes continues to rise, the access to insulin needed to meet growing demand will fall short, a new study predicts. "Despite the UN's commitment to treat n...

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CDC Alert: Romaine Lettuce Unsafe to Eat in Any Form

CDC Alert: Romaine Lettuce Unsafe to Eat in Any Form

The cases have been reported across 11 different states. The agency is working with the U.S. FDA to determine the source of the romaine lettuce that the ill individuals were exposed to. If you have ...

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UN vows to tackle DR Congo rebels, contain Ebola

UN vows to tackle DR Congo rebels, contain Ebola

This vaccine was also used in the Ebola outbreak in Equateur province in May-July 2018. The World Health Organization and Ugandan Health Ministry are inoculating at least 2,100 workers, the ministr...

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Democrats have a plan if Trump fires Mueller in 'Saturday Night Massacre'

Democrats have a plan if Trump fires Mueller in 'Saturday Night Massacre'

The president responded: "Too bad, Mike". Democrats were able to ride opposition to Trump to wins in more Democratic-leaning states like NY and deep-red states like Oklahoma. However, overall, just 24...

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Sacramento Kings Bring Breast Cancer Awareness to the Court

Sacramento Kings Bring Breast Cancer Awareness to the Court

With no family history of breast cancer to alert her to any risk, Elaine believes it is vital for women to pay attention to their bodies. The incidence of breast cancer is 25.8 per 100,000 women and i...

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Local doctors: Chances of AFM extremely low, despite rising number of cases

Local doctors: Chances of AFM extremely low, despite rising number of cases

AFM outbreaks appear to follow a pattern, according to the CDC report , with a spike in cases coming every two years in the late summer and early fall. Possible causes being considered include vir...

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Doctors Suspect Man Died Of Extremely Rare Disease After Eating Squirrel Brains

Doctors Suspect Man Died Of Extremely Rare Disease After Eating Squirrel Brains

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , there have only been four confirmed cases of vCJD ever been reported in the US. According to the man's family, he liked to hunt and u...

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CDC Investigates Cases Of Rare Neurological 'Mystery Illness' In Kids

It's also important to note that the number of known or suspected cases is small, so the odds of contracting the illness are extremely low. Most of the cases involve children, officials said. Sympto...

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Cases of mysterious paralyzing illness reported in 22 states

Among the cases under investigation are five reported to Maryland health officials in recent weeks, a health department spokeswoman said Tuesday. The CDC says it seems to be following an every othe...

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Police, fire departments raising funds for cancer center

Police, fire departments raising funds for cancer center

Other Pink Week events include a Pink Shabbat on October 19 at the synagogue in which congregants are encouraged to wear pink for breast cancer awareness, a few events limited to Sisterhood members ...

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