Women who developed cancer linked to breast implants take legal action

Twenty British women who developed a rare form of cancer linked to their breast implants launch legal action against surgeons and manufacturers Textured implants are thought to cause breast implant-associated lymphoma More than 50 women have been diagnosed with the condition in the UK Many are taking legal action to cover removal surgery and ‘personal distress’  Twenty women in the […]

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Alarming Figures: the WHO, the rapid increase in reported measles reports of cases in the world

The WHO reports alarming measles Numbers. Particularly Africa is affected. But also in Europe, the disease spreads rapidly. In the first half of 2019, there were globally the highest number of reported measles cases since 2006 in the same period. Until the end of July, almost three Times as many as in the same period of last year, and more […]

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Two espresso a day cured boy, 11, who could barely walk

Two espressos a day cured boy, 11, who could barely walk due to Parkinson’s-like shakes An 11-year-old boy was diagnosed with ADCY5-related dyskinesis, a disorder that causes sufferers to make abnormal involuntary movements Researchers in Paris, France, decided to prescribe him caffeine to activate the receptors of an enzyme that play a role in muscle contraction One cup of espresso […]

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Boy threatens the house on fire because his parents forbid him Fortnite

Compulsive sexual behavior, and Video or Online game internationally recognised health disorders are now. Both are included in the “International classification of diseases (ICD-11)”, which was adopted at the annual meeting of the world health organization (WHO) formally. This catalogue comprises of 55,000 diseases, symptoms, and causes of Injury. He is for the first time in nearly 30 years passed […]

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WHO urges broader use of Ebola vaccine as DR Congo case numbers climb

The World Health Organization on Tuesday urged a dramatic broadening of Ebola vaccination in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where the latest outbreak of the virus has killed more than 1,000 people. More than 111,000 people have already received the protective jab, through a so-called ring vaccination approach aimed at immunising every person who has been in contact with the […]

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Micro Preemie Baby Who Was Born 24 Weeks Early Just Celebrated Her First Birthday

Amina Maizer celebrated her first birthday in February—a normal milestone for most babies. But for Amina and her family, hitting this one-year mark is a miracle. Taylor Dobson, Amina’s mother and a Chicago-based esthetician, gave birth to her daughter four months before her due date. When she came into the world, Amina weighed just one pound, 10 ounces and was kept […]

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Number of women who aren’t physically active enough is high and growing

Using data from a national survey representing more than 19 million U.S. women with established cardiovascular disease, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say that more than half of women with the condition do not do enough physical activity and those numbers have grown over the last decade. These results imply that targeted counseling to exercise more could reduce risk of cardiovascular […]

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As Ebola Cases Rise in Congo, the W.H.O. Declines to Issue Emergency Declaration

Despite a worsening Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the World Health Organization on Friday again decided not to declare the outbreak a global health emergency. While expressing “deep concern” about the number of increasing cases in parts of Congo, and the potential risk of the disease spreading to neighboring countries, the W.H.O. said the epidemic did not […]

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