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Updates in Health News:

Scientists Edge Closer To A Blood Test To Detect Cancers

NPR - 23 hours ago
Researchers say they have taken a step toward developing a blood test that would detect eight common cancers, possibly even before symptoms appear. As they report Thursday in the journal Science,...

Flu widespread throughout the nation, 30 children dead

CNN - 2 hours ago
(CNN) This year's flu season ranks among the most severe in recent years. Influenza activity has increased and is now widespread in 49 states -- all except Hawaii -- for the week ending January...

He was a big sushi fan. Then he pulled a 5-foot tapeworm from his body

Sacramento Bee - 3 hours ago
A Fresno man with an obsessive appetite for raw salmon sushi provided Dr. Kenny Banh, an emergency physician at Community Regional Medical Center, with a great story to share with producers of...

New concerns for youth sports: Repeated hits may cause dangerous brain disease

WLS-TV - 3 hours ago
The neurodegenerative disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy can start early and without any signs of concussion, according a study released Thursday. (WLS). New evidence: Children playing contact...

Flu May Be Spread By Just Breathing

HealthDay - 2 hours ago
FRIDAY, Jan. 19, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- In the midst of an especially tough flu season, here's more bad news: Researchers say it may be possible to spread the virus simply by breathing. Until...

Mother of Patient Left Outside Baltimore Hospital in Gown Says She Was Denied Care

NBC Southern California - 6 hours ago
"My daughter did not choose to be the face of mental illness," the woman's mother said. Published 37 minutes ago | Updated 3 hours ago. processing... Fetching questions... Should your...

'Adolescence now lasts from 10 to 24'

BBC News - 10 hours ago
Adolescence now lasts from the ages of 10 to 24, although it used to be thought to end at 19, scientists say. Young people continuing their education for longer, as well as delayed marriage and...

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