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Updates in Health News:

Just About Every Major Medical Group Hates the GOP Health Care Plans

NBCNews.com - 3 days ago
Groups representing pediatricians, cancer specialists, heart doctors and family physicians all agree: Both the House and the Senate offerings for fixing health care in the U.S. would make things...

The Year of the Tick

Slate Magazine - 6 hours ago
The little buggers are everywhere right now, and the risk of Lyme disease is high. Here's how to protect your family. By Melinda Wenner Moyer. 91435723 This year is likely to be a doozy for Lyme...

Pharmacy executive tied to 2012 US meningitis outbreak to be sentenced

Reuters - 4 hours ago
FILE PHOTO - Barry Cadden, the former president of New England Compounding Center, exits the federal courthouse in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. on March 22, 2017. REUTERS/Nate Raymond/File Photo. By...

Doctor Charged In Opioid Deaths of Patients

WFMY News 2 - 3 hours ago
An Oklahoma doctor was charged Friday with second-degree murder in the overdose deaths of at least five patients from the powerful painkillers and other drugs she prescribed, often in combinations...

Cognitive Decline Delayed By Three Lifestyle Changes

Psychiatry Advisor - 57 minutes ago
HealthDay News — Simple lifestyle changes might delay the start of dementia or slow its progression, according to a report released by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine....

Secrets Of Breast-Feeding From Global Moms In The Know

KPBS - 2 hours ago
Left to right: mothers from Namibia's Himba tribe; from Amber, India; and from Washington state. Audio. Aired 6/26/17. In many ways, parenting newborns seems instinctual. We see a little baby,...

Bengaluru Start-Up CEO Loses Arm In Crocodile Attack, Now Faces A Penalty

NDTV - 8 hours ago
Mudit Dandwate, a 26-year-old IIT graduate, entered a restricted forest area near Bengaluru without permission. He was attacked by a crocodile and lost his left forearm. Offbeat | Written by Maya...

Planned strike leads to nurse lockout at hospital

GazetteNET - 1 hour ago
Representatives from the Massachusetts Nurses Association, nurses from Baystate Franklin Medical Center and their supporters cheer from Beacon Street as nurses exit the hospital in Greenfield at the...

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