• Mass Flu Shot Clinic Scheduled October 4
Mass Flu Shot Clinic Scheduled October 4

Monday through Friday at its offices at 1005 W. Worley Street. But this isn't because the vaccinations don't work for most people. It takes about two weeks after vaccination for antibodies to develop and to provide protection against the flu.

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  • Supermarket yoghurts contain more sugar than Coke, study warns
Supermarket yoghurts contain more sugar than Coke, study warns

The researchers note that yoghurt is an important source of nutrients including calcium, protein and vitamin B12, and is linked to digestive benefits. Unsurprisingly, desserts contained the most total sugar , at an average 16.4g/100g, an amount that represents more than 45pc of energy intake. Dietary guidelines recommend low-fat and low-sugar da...

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  • A Daily Dose of Aspirin May Be Dangerous for Healthy Seniors
A Daily Dose of Aspirin May Be Dangerous for Healthy Seniors

The ASPREE (ASpirin in Reducing Events in the Elderly) trial involved 19,000 participants from Australia and the United States, making it the largest and most comprehensive study to look at whether there are any health benefits to taking 100 milligrams of aspirin a day for older people.

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  • Bodies recovered of mental health patients almost 24 hours after drowning
Bodies recovered of mental health patients almost 24 hours after drowning

The vehicle, staffed by two Horry County Sheriff's Office deputies, was transporting two detainees from Conway to Darlington. The incident happened in the area of the Little Pee Dee River, which branches off from the Lumber River , in Mullins, South Carolina.

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  • Household disinfectants could be making kids overweight, study says
Household disinfectants could be making kids overweight, study says

They used World Health Organization growth charts for body mass index (BMI) scores. Associations with altered gut flora in babies three to four months old were strongest for frequent use of household disinfectants such as multi-surface cleaners, which showed higher levels of Lachnospiraceae .

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  • Aspirin dose every day unnecessary for healthy older people
Aspirin dose every day unnecessary for healthy older people

Richard J. Hodes of the National Institute on Aging, which partially funded the study and is part of the National Institutes of Health, said in a press release . While evidence remains strong that baby aspirin therapy aids in preventing a second heart attack or stroke, the study explored whether a first heart attack can be prevented by the small a...

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  • Apple unveils the iPhone XR, a $749 budget smartphone
Apple unveils the iPhone XR, a $749 budget smartphone

When Apple introduced the iPhone X a year ago at a starting price of US$999, some analysts were skeptical that people would pay up so much. For this post, I'll leave out the iPhone XS Max . The new iPhones are nearly here, and come Friday, you'll be able to preorder two of them, including the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max . This model will be a...

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  • Captain Marvel: Jude Law May Not Be Mar-Vell After All
Captain Marvel: Jude Law May Not Be Mar-Vell After All

As any Marvel comics fan knows, the Skrulls are especially unsafe due to their unparalleled ability to shape-shift. The fact that Captain Marvel's "Photon" is an apparently human woman with a daughter is another intriguing thing about her, suggesting that the Marvel Cinematic Universe's incarnation of Monica Rambeau may be slated to mak...

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  • Theranos Set to Dissolve As Company Defaults On Fortress Loan
Theranos Set to Dissolve As Company Defaults On Fortress Loan

The Journal reports that most of the company's remaining employees worked their last day on August 31, while Taylor and a few others have just a few more days on the payroll. 2 executive. The Wall Street Journal began investigating and published a series of exposes starting from October 2015. "We are now out of time", Taylor wrote .

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  • John McCain honored at U.S. Capitol ceremony
John McCain honored at U.S. Capitol ceremony

McCain's extensive service to the United States. Speaking to a national conference of the American Legion in Minneapolis, Pence said he wanted to address "a particular veteran that I know is on the hearts and minds of people all across America".

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  • Canada: Legionnaires’ disease cluster investigated in Surrey
Canada: Legionnaires’ disease cluster investigated in Surrey

Public health officials are investigating a number of cases of Legionnaires' disease contracted in Surrey, B.C. An order has been issued for the hotel to take steps to remove all traces of the Legionella bacteria from the facility. The state announced the Legionnaires' Disease "cluster" last weekend with four initial cases. The hot tubs are l...

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  • Age Limit Removed In New Expert Recommendations For Children's Car Seats
Age Limit Removed In New Expert Recommendations For Children's Car Seats

Once kids outgrow a rear-facing seat, they should use a forward-facing safety seat with a harness until they reach its height and weight limits. "We honest actual don't include a honorable ample set of files to uncover with straightforward job at what age it's most gather to expose formative years to be forward-going through", Dr.

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  • Local bird found with West Nile | Paywall
Local bird found with West Nile | Paywall

Common symptoms include fever, nausea, headache and muscle aches. So far this year, Kansas has had two cases of the neuro invasive form of West Nile, both in Johnson County. The Georgia Department of Health says to dump out buckets that have any excess water in them, as they can be a great breeding ground for mosquitoes.

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  • Dream Job Alert: Get Paid to Eat Avocados
Dream Job Alert: Get Paid to Eat Avocados

Men need to have a waist measurement of at least 101 centimeters (40 inches) and women at least 89 centimeters (35 inches). Participants who meet the requirements will get $300 when the study is over. Scientists at Loma Linda University have been wondering exactly this, and have chose to conduct a study on people who are willing to eat avocados o...

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  • Drug recalled over potentially life-threatening label mix-up
Drug recalled over potentially life-threatening label mix-up

A 100 count bottle of Hydrochlorothiazide Tablets has been found to containSpironolactone tablets which could result in increased potassium levels that could pose life-threatening situations to some people. Medication in that lot is now under a voluntary recall. The recall does not affect hydrochlorothiazide sold by other drug companies. The Fo...

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  • Outrage after Trump-backed Republican says black rival will 'monkey this up'
Outrage after Trump-backed Republican says black rival will 'monkey this up'

DeSantis' bear hug of Trump may have won him the nomination but could cost him in the general, according to Stipanovich, a Never Trump Republican. Asked if he's afraid of President Donald Trump's support for DeSantis, Gillum told CNN that his race is about uniting the state.

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  • 'Very concerning' new record as 2.3m STD cases diagnosed in US
'Very concerning' new record as 2.3m STD cases diagnosed in US

But experts tell NBC News that other factors likely contributing include less funding for agencies focused on STD prevention, doctors failing to test patients for STDs, and a general lack of awareness about sexual health-including the need to get tested even if no symptoms are present.

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  • New study says even one glass of alcohol risks your health
New study says even one glass of alcohol risks your health

The study reports that 2.8 million deaths were attributed to alcohol use in 2016 alone. For those over 50, cancer was the leading cause of alcohol-related deaths, responsible for approximately 27 percent of all female deaths and 19 percent of deaths in men.

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  • Backed DeSantis is Florida's GOP nominee
Backed DeSantis is Florida's GOP nominee

Appearing on CNN after his victory, Gillum acknowledged his belief that Trump is "uniquely unqualified for the position he holds" and "dangerous" to the country, but said the thrust of his campaign has been focusing on the "everyday issues confronting people".

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  • McSally, Sinema to run for Flake’s Senate seat in November
McSally, Sinema to run for Flake’s Senate seat in November

The GOP Senate primary to replace Flake has pushed candidates to the right in order to woo voters, and that could hamper Republican efforts to hang on to the seat this fall. McSally, an air force fighter pilot, easily defeated Kelli Ward , a hardline former state senator, and Joe Arpaio , the former Maricopa County sheriff whose criminal convi...

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