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Updates in Health News:

A new Ebola vaccine could help stop an epidemic — but faces enormous obstacles in crucial test

Washington Post - 9 hours ago
Authorities in Congo began an ambitious campaign this week to use a pioneering Ebola vaccine to help stem a growing outbreak of the deadly virus. It's the first widespread use of the therapeutic...

Be cautious when travelling from Nipah-hit areas to Oman: Keralites

Times of Oman - 2 yearss ago
Muscat: Oman-based Keralites have called upon fellow expats to exercise caution while travelling to and from their home state in India. The reason for the caution is the deadly outbreak of the Nipah...

The government is cracking down on a mysterious 'pain-relief' supplement that's been linked to salmonella

Business Insider - 12 hours ago
Kratom is an opioid-like supplement derived from a plant native to Southeast Asia. It can be consumed in pills, powder, or tea. On Tuesday, the Food and Drug Administration sent warning letters to...

One person bit by rabid bat on UW campus; King County health officials issue warning

Seattle Times - 2 hours ago
Someone reported the bat carrying the virus, which spreads usually through animal bites or scratches, behind Husky Stadium near Union Bay's water around 2 p.m. Saturday, according to King County...

Sunscreen pills are fake medicine, FDA says

NBCNews.com - 6 hours ago
There's no such thing as a sunscreen pill, the Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday, telling companies that sell them to stop. These so-called sunscreen-in-a-pill supplements are fakes and...

A germ-free childhood could trigger leukemia, scientist suggests

CNN - 15 hours ago
(CNN) Germ-free childhoods followed by infections later in life can trigger the onset of childhood leukemia, a new study suggests. The paper, published Monday in the journal Nature Reviews Cancer,...

Thousands of human bones discovered in Denmark reveal gruesome 'barbarian' war rituals

Fox News - 7 hours ago
Archaeologists made a gruesome discovery when they unearthed an ancient burial site filled with thousands of bones — later identified as victims of a battle fought 2,000 years ago in northern...

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