• Kim Kardashian Now Supports Khloe Kardashian's Reconciliation With Tristan Thompson
Kim Kardashian Now Supports Khloe Kardashian's Reconciliation With Tristan Thompson

Before concluding: 'I don't want to give anything away because we genuinely had these conversations. "Your stomach, you just need a little bit holding it in, if you want - right after a baby, it's hard to explain, you feel less supported in your stomach area".

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  • Scientists Created Lab-Grown Lungs And Transplanted Them Into Pigs
Scientists Created Lab-Grown Lungs And Transplanted Them Into Pigs

The researchers hope that the technology could one day be used for human lung transplants . Lung transplants are particularly problematic, with the number of people requiring one increasing worldwide, while the number of available transplantable organs has decreased.

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  • New Ebola outbreak kills 20 in Congo
New Ebola outbreak kills 20 in Congo

The health ministry said there were 26 cases of hemorrhagic fever in the North Kivu province , including 20 deaths. He added that there is no indication that the outbreak is related to the epidemic in Equateur province , which is 1,500 miles away, that was declared over by the World Health Organization on July 25.

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  • Moderate drinkers less likely to get dementia than teetotallers
Moderate drinkers less likely to get dementia than teetotallers

Researchers traced participants' health records for dementia using the databases of the national hospital episode statistics, the Mental Health Services Data Set, and the mortality register. In Britain 14 units of alcohol a week is the recommended maximum for men and women, equivalent to six pints of beer or glasses of wine spread evenly across t...

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  • Trump agrees to let insurers sell cheaper health plans than ObamaCare
Trump agrees to let insurers sell cheaper health plans than ObamaCare

Federal health officials say the plans can last for up to 12 months and may be renewed for up to 36 months. 'Much less expensive health care at a much lower price, ' he said, previewing the plans at a White House event last week. This is pure politics, It overlooks the nature of the plans: they are short-term plans, not for everybody (this is not t...

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  • Health department says mosquitoes with West Nile virus found in Kentucky
Health department says mosquitoes with West Nile virus found in Kentucky

Ann Garvey. The Department of Public Health and Wellness said in a release that surveillance traps in three local zip codes turned up infected mosquitoes including 40212, 40213, and 40214. Symptoms associated with West Nile virus typically appear 3 to 14 days after infection. About one in five will develop flu-like symptoms that can include fever...

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  • My Health Record legislation to match ADHA policy in government backdown
My Health Record legislation to match ADHA policy in government backdown

The My Health Record Act will be brought into line with the existing Australian Digital Health Agency policy. Two key policy changes will be introduced to overcome privacy concerns about My Health Record, the embattled online service that stores a summary of your key health information.

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  • Bernie Sanders Thanks Koch Brothers for Making Case for 'Medicare for All'
Bernie Sanders Thanks Koch Brothers for Making Case for 'Medicare for All'

Mr Sanders' plan would provide coverage for various elements of health care, including preventative to emergency care, mental health and substance abuse services and prescription medications - and all by a federally administered single-player health system.

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  • FDA warns about 'deceptive' vaginal rejuvenation claims, dangers
FDA warns about 'deceptive' vaginal rejuvenation claims, dangers

The administration said some of the procedures use lasers or "energy-based devices" to "destroy or reshape vaginal tissue". "Vaginal rejuvenation procedures claim to tighten the skin and the vaginal tissue beneath the skin by using various forms of energy devices", says Adeeti Gupta, M.D., a board-certified gynecologist and founder of Walk I...

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  • Man loses limbs after contracting an infection from a dog lick
Man loses limbs after contracting an infection from a dog lick

Greg Manteufel went to the hospital with what he thought was the flu, local news outlet Fox 6 Now reported yesterday (July 30). Within hours of arriving in the hospital, his body went into septic shock. Doctors snapped into action, first amputating both feet to stop the infection from spreading. She said life as they knew it changed forever. ...

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  • Public housing residents can no longer smoke in their homes
Public housing residents can no longer smoke in their homes

People who smoke are still allowed to rent units, but as part of the policy , no smoking will be allowed inside any public housing buildings or within 25 feet of those buildings. Tenants who break the rules under the new smoking ban, risk being evicted after three violations. Both HUD and the American Lung Association says it's created to prote...

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  • 'Hot Water Challenge' leaves Indiana teen severely burned
'Hot Water Challenge' leaves Indiana teen severely burned

The 15-year-old Indianapolis , Ind., native told Fox 59 News this week that the pair had been looking up the "Hot Water Challenge" on YouTube last week when his friend made a decision to try the internet prank on Clark after he fell asleep.

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  • Mosquito-borne disease activity increasing in Sarasota County
Mosquito-borne disease activity increasing in Sarasota County

On July 18, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health collected two samples of mosquitos from the southeast corner of town. The Department of Health is now taking steps to treat those infected areas, by use of fogging trucks. Since mosquitoes tend to most active at dawn and dusk, residents can also protect themselves by using a bug spray with...

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  • Danforth shooter was previously known to police for 'online activity'
Danforth shooter was previously known to police for 'online activity'

According to the family, he suffered from psychosis and received both medicine and therapy, but doctors were "unable to treat him". "At this stage, we have no evidence to support these claims ", Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders said on Wednesday.

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  • Less than 10% viral hepatitis-infected people get treatment
Less than 10% viral hepatitis-infected people get treatment

Factors that increase risk of hepatitis A , B, and C infection include: use of injectable drugs, sexual contact with an infected partner, previous diagnosis of HIV, chronic liver disease, and clotting-factor disorders. As many as 111 people are dying daily due to complications of hepatitis B and C in Pakistan , which are largely preventable and...

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  • Mosquito tests positive for West Nile virus in Clarksburg
Mosquito tests positive for West Nile virus in Clarksburg

REPEL: When outdoors, wear shoes and socks, long trousers and a long-sleeved shirt, and apply insect repellent that contains DEET, picaridin, oil of lemon eucalyptus or IR 3535, according to label instructions. The Berkshire Mosquito Control Project will continue its efforts to reduce the mosquito population in the area with the use of larvicide, ...

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  • Babies Have Died During A Viagra Pregnancy Study
Babies Have Died During A Viagra Pregnancy Study

The research, carried out at 10 hospitals, involved giving the women - chosen because their placentas had been under performing - the drug sildenafil , commonly sold under the brand name Viagra . SIL, aka Viagra, is a drug approved by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) and European Medicines Agency (EMA) for the treatment of erectile dysfuncti...

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  • Prince Harry and Sir Elton John reunite at International AIDS Conference
Prince Harry and Sir Elton John reunite at International AIDS Conference

The progress, however, has not been fast enough, UNAIDS said, which enlists more efforts to move from political commitment to strong actions on the ground. "It should be an exemplary case for the global movement", she said. Data in the report showed that overall among adults and children worldwide, some 1.8 million people became newly infec...

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  • Ritz cracker recall: Salmonella fears for several products
Ritz cracker recall: Salmonella fears for several products

The CDC investigation is ongoing, and more updates will be provided when available. This recall is being conducted with the knowledge of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Uncle Ben's, Ritz and Pepperidge Farm all have different parent companies, he said, and it's not unusual for the same batch of an ingredient like whey to be used by dif...

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  • China police probe vaccine maker Changsheng Bio
China police probe vaccine maker Changsheng Bio

This comes as a mounting scandal over a rabies vaccine sent drug stocks tumbling. A child receives a vaccination shot at a hospital in Rongan in China's southern Guangxi region on July 23, 2018. The firm also sold 252,600 doses of ineffective DPT vaccines to inoculate children against diphtheria, whooping cough and tetanus. China's top anti...

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