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How dangerous are energy drinks, really? Study finds link to serious heart problems - Atlanta Journal Constitution;

How dangerous are energy drinks, really? Study finds link to serious heart problems - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta Journal ConstitutionHow dangerous are energy drinks, really? Study finds link to serious heart problemsAtlanta Journal ConstitutionWith more than 500 products on the market, more and more people are purchasing energy drinks to combat daytime sleepiness or increase performance. » RELATED: Energy drink over-consumption caused man's liver damage. But the researchers behind a ...Potentially harmful effects of energy drinks - it's not the caffeineEyewitness NewsEnergy drinks linked to more heart, blood pressure changes than caffeinated drinks aloneScience DailyWhat that energy drink can do to your bodyWink NewsMedical Daily -GoodHousekeeping.com -WXOW.com -7News - WSVN-TVall 29 news articles »

St Vincent's 'totally supportive' of maternity hospital move - Irish Times;

St Vincent's 'totally supportive' of maternity hospital move - Irish Times

Irish TimesSt Vincent's 'totally supportive' of maternity hospital moveIrish TimesSt Vincent's Healthcare Group (SVHG) says it remains “totally supportive” of the relocation of the National Maternity Hospital to its campus under the terms of the existing agreement reached last November. The group says the next phase of the project ...St Vincent's board remains 'totally supportive' of plans for new National Maternity Hospitalthejournal.ieSt Vincent's board "totally supportive" of relocation of National Maternity HospitalNewstalk 106-108 fmNational Maternity Hospital board to meet over the facility's futurepppFocusall 105 news articles »

Eman to be shifted to UAE on Sunday on special Italian bariatric stretcher - Times of India;

Eman to be shifted to UAE on Sunday on special Italian bariatric stretcher - Times of India

The Indian ExpressEman to be shifted to UAE on Sunday on special Italian bariatric stretcherTimes of IndiaKochi/Mumbai: Eman Ahmed, who was the world's heaviest woman till three months ago, will be flown to the UAE from Mumbai for a year-long rehabilitative treatment, said Dr Shamsheer Vayalil, Indian-origin founder of the Abu Dhabi-headquartered VPS ...Eman Ahmed to move to Abu DhabiThe Indian ExpressMaharashtra govt backs doctors treating Egyptian woman Eman Ahmad, says 'happy with progress'India TodayAbu Dhabi hospital offers treatment to 'world's heaviest woman'gulfnews.comIndia TV -The Hindu -The National -National Heraldall 39 news articles »

New glaucoma test could save millions from blindness - NHS Choices;

New glaucoma test could save millions from blindness - NHS Choices

NHS ChoicesNew glaucoma test could save millions from blindnessNHS Choices"It might be possible to treat the main cause of permanent blindness before people notice any loss of vision," BBC News report. A proof of concept study of early testing for glaucoma – the most common cause of sight loss – had promising results. In ...Simple eye test can diagnose early signs of glaucomaNews-Medical.netNew glaucoma eye test shows promiseWebMD.Boots.comGlaucoma: New test could save sight of millions by 'starting treatment before blindness symptoms begin'The IndependentITV News -BBC Newsall 14 news articles »

Mother shares heartbreaking photo of dying son to warn people about danger of opioids - kfor.com;

Mother shares heartbreaking photo of dying son to warn people about danger of opioids - kfor.com

kfor.comMother shares heartbreaking photo of dying son to warn people about danger of opioidskfor.comCALGARY, Canada – A mother shared a heartbreaking photo of her dying son to warn people about the danger of opioids. “I just want everyone to know that my son Michael overdosed on fentanyl,” Sherri Kent wrote on the Facebook post. “My son was not an ...Mom shares heartbreaking photo of final moments in dying son's armsAOLMom Whose Son Michael Kent Died From Painkillers Speaks OutIndependent Journal ReviewCalgary mother hopes photo of dying son will deter others from doing fentanylCBC.caall 17 news articles »

World Immunisation Week: The rise of the anti-vaccine movement and what it means for public health - The Independent;

World Immunisation Week: The rise of the anti-vaccine movement and what it means for public health - The Independent

The IndependentWorld Immunisation Week: The rise of the anti-vaccine movement and what it means for public healthThe IndependentThe more people have vaccines, the better immunisation programmes work. But as the anti-vaccine movement gains traction, experts worry that lives could be at risk. Kashmira Gander · @kashmiragander; 7 hours ago ...Vaccination Week in the Americas: 15 years, 15 achievementsPan American Health OrganizationSD Doctor Stresses Importance Of Vaccines Following Measles Outbreak In MinnesotaKDLT NewsTime to finish the job of eradicating polioThe Globe and MailLeitrim Observer -EurekAlert (press release) -Simcoe.com -Devon Liveall 15 news articles »

$1 injection could treat dangerous bleeding after childbirth - Chicago Tribune;

$1 injection could treat dangerous bleeding after childbirth - Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune$1 injection could treat dangerous bleeding after childbirthChicago TribuneOne of the most heart-wrenching public health problems facing the world has been the large number of women who die during or after childbirth despite all our medical progress. Melinda Gates has called the issue one of her top priorities and committed ...Overlooked drug could save thousands of moms after childbirthMinnesota Public Radio NewsThis Drug Could Save Thousands of Mothers Across the WorldNewsweekVIDEO: How simple treatment for severe bleeding could save lives of mothers in Nigeria —ExpertsNIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)ReliaWire -Futurism -Eyewitness News -The Independentall 37 news articles »

Nigeria: Meningitis Outbreak in Nigeria: Is There an End in Sight? - AllAfrica.com;

Nigeria: Meningitis Outbreak in Nigeria: Is There an End in Sight? - AllAfrica.com

AllAfrica.comNigeria: Meningitis Outbreak in Nigeria: Is There an End in Sight?AllAfrica.comAs of April 17 2017, there had been over 8000 reported cases of Meningitis in Nigeria, and nearly 800 deaths, and it's not slowing down yet. The first case of the disease was first reported in Zamfara state in November 2016. By February 2017, it had ...Meningitis cases declining – NCDCThe Eagle Onlineall 22 news articles »

Hope for preemies as artificial womb helps tiny lambs grow - ABC News;

Hope for preemies as artificial womb helps tiny lambs grow - ABC News

ABC NewsHope for preemies as artificial womb helps tiny lambs growABC NewsIn this drawing provided by the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, an illustration of a fluid-filled incubation system that mimics a mother's womb, in hopes of one day improving survival of extremely premature babies. In animal testing, fetal lambs ...'Plastic bag' womb could help keep premature babies aliveCNNArtificial womb for premature babies successful in animal trialsThe GuardianThis Video Of A Lamb In An Artificial Womb Is Pretty AmazingBuzzFeed NewsNPR -The Verge -Washington Post -Gizmodoall 216 news articles »

Heart Disease is Not Hypothetical - Huffington Post;

Heart Disease is Not Hypothetical - Huffington Post

Huffington PostHeart Disease is Not HypotheticalHuffington PostA new commentary just published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine contends that saturated fat is uninvolved in coronary artery disease. Before you get too excited: the commentary is comprised only of theory and opinion, none of it new, all of ...Saturated fats DON'T clog arteries, cardiologists revealDaily StarControversial paper says saturated fats don't clog arteriesWTAJCutting saturated fat does not reduce heart disease, experts sayIrish TimesThe Guardian -Irish Independent -CBC.ca -thejournal.ieall 28 news articles »

Health Ministry To Wait Full Medical Report Over Tahfiz Student 'S Death - malaysiandigest.com;

Health Ministry To Wait Full Medical Report Over Tahfiz Student 'S Death - malaysiandigest.com

Astro AwaniHealth Ministry To Wait Full Medical Report Over Tahfiz Student 'S Deathmalaysiandigest.comPUTRAJAYA -- The Health Ministry is currently waiting for the full medical report from Hospital Sultan Ismail in relation to the tahfiz student Mohamad Thaqif Amin Mohd Gaddafi's cause of death, said its minister Datuk Seri Dr S.Subramaniam. He added ...'Today we are all Mohamad Thaqif Mohd Gaddafi's parents'Malaysiakini (subscription)all 66 news articles »

'Brews & Giggles' event to raise funds for cancer research - Coos Bay World;

'Brews & Giggles' event to raise funds for cancer research - Coos Bay World

Coos Bay World'Brews & Giggles' event to raise funds for cancer researchCoos Bay WorldGrant Crim, of Coquille, and Alexis Morgan, of California, are pictured at a Relay for Life event. Both were named 2017 Global Relay for Life Heroes of Hope by the American Cancer Society. prev. next. COOS BAY — For the third year in a row, South ...Meigs Relay for Life set for Friday at fairgroundsCleveland Daily BannerFirst National Bank hosting fishing tournament: Fundraiser for Cancer Society's Relay for LifeThe Sentinel-EchoCalling all volunteers for the first Relay for Life of BrewsterHamletHuball 59 news articles »

New study links emotional feeding in young children to emotional eating later in life - ABC News;

New study links emotional feeding in young children to emotional eating later in life - ABC News

ABC NewsNew study links emotional feeding in young children to emotional eating later in lifeABC NewsA new study suggests there may be a link between the common parenting practice known as emotional feeding, or using food as a means of comforting or rewarding children, and the development later in life of emotional eating, or the habit of eating to ...Some Parents May Set the Stage for Kids' Emotional EatingPsychCentral.comThis Is The Cause Of Your Emotional EatingRefinery29all 19 news articles »

Correction: Africa-Malaria Vaccine story - TheChronicleHerald.ca;

Correction: Africa-Malaria Vaccine story - TheChronicleHerald.ca

TheChronicleHerald.caCorrection: Africa-Malaria Vaccine storyTheChronicleHerald.caJOHANNESBURG — In a story April 24 about tests in Africa for a malaria vaccine, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the World Health Organization is hoping to wipe out malaria by 2040. In fact, WHO wants to reduce malaria mortality rates by ...Sierra Leone News: 2016 Malaria Indicator Survey launchedAwokoWHO/AFRO: Ghana, Kenya, and Malawi to participate in malaria vaccine pilot programNews-Medical.netall 57 news articles »

Avian flu: Poultry restrictions to end on Monday - BBC News;

Avian flu: Poultry restrictions to end on Monday - BBC News

BBC NewsAvian flu: Poultry restrictions to end on MondayBBC NewsRestrictions on poultry and captive birds in Wales to limit the spread of avian flu are to be lifted on Monday. Orders to keep them indoors were given in December following outbreaks across Europe, with cases then arising in Carmarthenshire and ...and more »

Eating less salt may not lower your BP, says study - The Indian Express;

Eating less salt may not lower your BP, says study - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressEating less salt may not lower your BP, says studyThe Indian ExpressThe 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend limiting sodium intake to 2,300 milligrams a day for healthy people. 1. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. By: IANS | New York | Published:April 26, 2017 5:03 pm. proper diet ...Consuming Less Sugar May Not Help Lower Your Blood Pressure, ExpertsNDTVIs Dietary Science the Most “Unsettled Science” of All?legal Insurrection (blog)all 14 news articles »

These pesky caterpillars seem to digest plastic bags - Washington Post;

These pesky caterpillars seem to digest plastic bags - Washington Post

Washington PostThese pesky caterpillars seem to digest plastic bagsWashington PostThe shopping bag is an infamous source of plastic pollution. The 2010 documentary “Bag It” estimated that Americans use 102 billion plastic bags per year. Bags are persistent. Plastic at the waste dump can last for an estimated 1,000 years. And they ...This Caterpillar Can Eat Plastic Shopping BagsGizmodoThis Very Hungry Caterpillar Eats Plastic BagsLive ScienceHungry Caterpillar feasts on plastic bagsNews24Belfast Telegraph -Telegraph.co.uk -Science Daily -EurekAlert (press release)all 38 news articles »

State to distribute 15m mosquito nets as it marks World Malaria Day - The Star, Kenya;

State to distribute 15m mosquito nets as it marks World Malaria Day - The Star, Kenya

The Star, KenyaState to distribute 15m mosquito nets as it marks World Malaria DayThe Star, KenyaAs Kenya marks World Malaria Day today, Health CS Cleopa Mailu (pictured) says his ministry has distributed 16 million long lasting insecticidal nets in 36 counties. The event will be held in Narok, and this year's theme will be: End Malaria for Good ...How can we make Rwanda malaria-free?The New TimesWe must move away from a one-size-fits all approach to malaria controlHuffington PostOdisha to distribute medicated nets in malaria prone distsIndia Todayall 4 news articles »