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Ana-Alecia Ayala: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know - Heavy.com;

Ana-Alecia Ayala: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know - Heavy.com

Heavy.comAna-Alecia Ayala: 5 Fast Facts You Need to KnowHeavy.comAna-Alecia Ayala, whose “Juju on that Chemo” video went viral, has died. (Facebook/Ana-Alecia Ayala). Ana-Alecia Fernandez Ayala of Dallas won the hearts of many last year when she appeared in a viral video, dancing to Zay Hilfigerrr & Zayion McCall's ...Dallas woman from 'Juju on that chemo' viral video dies of cancerKHOU.comTexas woman in 'Juju on that chemo' viral video diesWABC-TVCancer Patient Who Did 'Juju on That Beat' During Chemo in Viral Video DiesYahoo NewsITV News -Chron.com -Fox News -WAFFall 24 news articles »

Gates foundation and world governments create new global coalition make new vaccines, prevent epidemics - Ottawa Citizen;

Gates foundation and world governments create new global coalition make new vaccines, prevent epidemics - Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa CitizenGates foundation and world governments create new global coalition make new vaccines, prevent epidemicsOttawa CitizenA global coalition to create new vaccines for emerging infectious diseases launched Wednesday with the ambitious aim of protecting the world from future epidemics. Announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the initiative has an ...$460-mn vaccine push to 'outsmart' virusesDaily MailBill Gates warns that a new kind of terrorism could be coming, and the 'potential damage is very, very huge'Business InsiderGlobal Coalition Aims To Outpace Epidemics With New VaccinesHuffington PostTIME -Kaiser Family Foundation -Bloomberg -Scientific Americanall 63 news articles »

AHS warns about spike in severe respiratory infections - CBC.ca;

AHS warns about spike in severe respiratory infections - CBC.ca

CBC.caAHS warns about spike in severe respiratory infectionsCBC.caAlberta Health Services has seen a spike in severe respiratory infections this flu season and is reminding the public to take precautions. Health officials have been contending in recent months with an unusually high number of cases of respiratory ...AHS warns of spike in severe respiratory infectionsMetroNews CanadaAlberta Health Services warns of spike in respiratory illnessEdmonton JournalSpike in cases of respiratory virus sparks warning from Alberta Heath ServicesGlobalnews.cardnewsnow.com -660 News -Porterville Recorder -Digital Journalall 13 news articles »

Sitting down all day 'may accelerate DNA ageing' - NHS Choices;

Sitting down all day 'may accelerate DNA ageing' - NHS Choices

TIMESitting down all day 'may accelerate DNA ageing'NHS Choices"Women who lead a sedentary lifestyle have faster-ageing cells than those who exercise every day," BBC News reports. This research looked at telomeres – often likened to the caps at the end of shoelaces, they are made up of molecules that protect ...Sitting down makes you age by 8 YEARSDaily MailSitting Too Much Ages You By 8 YearsTIMESedentary lifestyle speeds up biological aging, study findsMedical News TodayBBC News -Express.co.uk -Refinery29 -Mirror.co.ukall 33 news articles »

Vaping accident leaves gruesome wounds - KSN-TV;

Vaping accident leaves gruesome wounds - KSN-TV

KSN-TVVaping accident leaves gruesome woundsKSN-TVPOCATELLO, Idaho (KPVI) – A Pocatello, Idaho man is recovering from second degree burns and the loss of several teeth after his e-cigarette exploded. Saturday morning Hall woke up to get ready for work. Before getting into the shower he took a puff ...'Exploding e-cig cost me 7 teeth, burned my face – and broke my sink!'The RegisterExploding Electronic Cigarette Mutilates Man's FaceRegal TribuneLocal mother speaks out about son's vaping accidentKPVI News 6domain-B -News Recorder -Refinery29 -NBC 6 South Floridaall 55 news articles »

Australia's infamous wildlife: Venomous? Yes. Deadly? Not quite, first-of-a-kind report says. - Albuquerque Journal;

Australia's infamous wildlife: Venomous? Yes. Deadly? Not quite, first-of-a-kind report says. - Albuquerque Journal

CNETAustralia's infamous wildlife: Venomous? Yes. Deadly? Not quite, first-of-a-kind report says.Albuquerque JournalAustralian wildlife, by popular account, so brims with venom that the average Outback spider could dispatch you with an octuple-eyed glare. The description for the National Geographic show “Australia's Deadliest Attacks,” for instance, reads: “Whether ...Study: Horses kill more people in Australia than snake bitesUPI.comSnakes? Spiders? Jellyfish? Nope. Australia's most dangerous animal is the beeEsperance ExpressBees are Australia's' most dangerous creatureDaily MailCNET -Yahoo News UK -Lifehacker Australia -International Business Times, India Editionall 28 news articles »

Ministry bans poultry imports from Uganda over Avian Flu scare - Coastweek;

Ministry bans poultry imports from Uganda over Avian Flu scare - Coastweek

BusinessDayMinistry bans poultry imports from Uganda over Avian Flu scareCoastweekNAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Kenya on Wednesday banned imports of poultry products from Uganda following an outbreak of bird flu (Avian Influenza) in the country. Willy Bett, the Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries also said the ...Can you help save 5000 Higham hens from slaughter?Hinckley TimesKenya Ups Surveillance After Uganda Bird Flu OutbreakAllAfrica.comKenya, Rwanda ban poultry from Uganda over bird fluTimes LIVEBusinessDay -Nigeria Today -Exmouth Journal -ThePoultrySite.comall 20 news articles »

Robotic sleeve 'hugs' failing hearts - BBC News;

Robotic sleeve 'hugs' failing hearts - BBC News

BBC NewsRobotic sleeve 'hugs' failing heartsBBC NewsScientists have developed a robotic sleeve that can help hearts pump when they are failing. The sleeve - made of material that mimics heart muscle - hugs the outside of the heart and squeezes it, mimicking the action of cardiac muscle. The early study ...Flabby heart keeps pumping with squeeze from robotic sleeveFox NewsSoft robot designed to mechanically pump failing heartsDesign ENGINEERINGRobots may treat failing hearts in the near futureHealth24The Engineer -University Herald -HealthCanal.com (press release) (blog) -Live Scienceall 34 news articles »

Kenya Set to Be Declared Polio Free in 2018 If No Case Reported - AllAfrica.com;

Kenya Set to Be Declared Polio Free in 2018 If No Case Reported - AllAfrica.com

NTVKenya Set to Be Declared Polio Free in 2018 If No Case ReportedAllAfrica.comKenya is on the verge of being declared a polio free country in 2018 if it fails to record polio cases this year. Speaking while launching a five-day polio vaccination campaign for 15 counties in Isiolo on Tuesday, Director of Medical Services Jackson ...Polio campaign kicks off in KenyaEIN News (press release)all 6 news articles »

UoN medical students protest learning disruptions amid doctors strike - The Star, Kenya;

UoN medical students protest learning disruptions amid doctors strike - The Star, Kenya

The Star, KenyaUoN medical students protest learning disruptions amid doctors strikeThe Star, KenyaUniversity of Nairobi medical students during their demonstration against the lack of lecturers following the doctors strike, January 19, 2016. /COURTESY. Facebook · Twitter · Google+ · WhatsApp · Email. UoN medical students took to the streets on ...Dry taps and doctors strike give Nairobi a more painful JanuaryBusiness Daily (press release) (blog)Medical students take to the streets to show solidarity with medicsCitizen TV (press release)Medical students urge govt to meet demands of striking doctorsDaily NationAnadolu Agencyall 8 news articles »

Coffee health benefits: Caffeine fights age-related inflammation and cardiovascular disease. - International Business Times UK;

Coffee health benefits: Caffeine fights age-related inflammation and cardiovascular disease. - International Business Times UK

International Business Times UKCoffee health benefits: Caffeine fights age-related inflammation and cardiovascular disease.International Business Times UKDrinking coffee may have a protective effect against an inflammatory mechanism associated with ageing and the chronic diseases that come with it. Caffeine could in particular help elderly people who suffer from cardiovascular diseases. Cardiovascular ...Caffeine May Be Key To Fighting Aging-Related InflammationTech TimesYour daily coffee will help to slow down ageing, study showsDaily StarDrink Coffee To Protect Your Heart Health: Caffeine Blocks Chronic Inflammation Process In Old AgeMedical DailyMedical News Today -Times of India -Newsmax -Refinery29all 59 news articles »

Eating hot chili peppers may help you live longer, says new research - Canada News;

Eating hot chili peppers may help you live longer, says new research - Canada News

Canada NewsEating hot chili peppers may help you live longer, says new researchCanada NewsEat hot peppers for a longer life? A new study linking red hot chili peppers to a longer life is making the rounds. But before you start putting them in every meal, you might want to take the study with a grain of salt. A new study from the Larner ...Chili Peppers Could Help You Live Longer: StudyNewsmaxHere's some good news for spicy food loversKhaleej TimesResearch proves that regualrly eating chili peppers extends lifeTUKO.CO.KEThe Sydney Morning Herald -Medical Daily -KDWN -Gold Coast Bulletinall 140 news articles »

One-third diagnosed with asthma do not have condition, study shows - Irish Times;

One-third diagnosed with asthma do not have condition, study shows - Irish Times

Toronto StarOne-third diagnosed with asthma do not have condition, study showsIrish TimesA third of people recently diagnosed with asthma do not have the condition, research suggests. Some people may be misdiagnosed with asthma while others may just have asthma that is no longer active, a new study found. Experts led by a team at ...A third of asthma patients are misdiagnosed, study findsMedical News TodayOne in three asthma cases misdiagnosedTV3.ieThird of adults diagnosed with asthma may not have it: studyIndia TodayTimes of India -Business Insider -CBC.ca -Vancouver Sunall 32 news articles »

Monkeys on diets are healthier, but their longevity is still up for debate - The Verge;

Monkeys on diets are healthier, but their longevity is still up for debate - The Verge

University of Wisconsin-MadisonMonkeys on diets are healthier, but their longevity is still up for debateThe VergePutting monkeys on a diet delays the health problems of old age, new science says. But whether it makes them live longer is still open for debate. These findings in our close evolutionary relatives could help us better understand our own aging process ...Is this really the final word on whether calorie-restricted diets make you live longer?The Conversation UKCaloric restriction increases monkey lifespan, benefits healthNew AtlasWant to lose weight? Try not to eat anything after 5pmHindustan TimesDaily Mail -Gizmodo Australia -Cosmos -Chippewa Heraldall 21 news articles »

High BP in late life may protect against dementia: study - India Today

High BP in late life may protect against dementia: studyIndia TodayLos Angeles, Jan 17 (PTI) Onset of high blood pressure later in life, especially at age 80 or older, is associated with lower dementia risk after 90, a new study has found. High blood pressure and other heart health risk factors are generally thought ...and more »

Can acupuncture ease baby colic? - BBC News;

Can acupuncture ease baby colic? - BBC News

BBC NewsCan acupuncture ease baby colic?BBC NewsThe crying of babies with colic may be reduced if they are treated with acupuncture, according to controversial research from Sweden. But UK experts say no conclusions can be drawn from the small study of 147 babies aged two to eight weeks. Although ...Acupuncture may cure baby colic, says criticised studyYahoo NewsAcupuncture may relieve excessive crying in infantsMedical News TodayWill colicky babies benefit from acupuncture?Times of IndiaMedPage Today -Health24 -OnMedica -Business Standardall 18 news articles »

Bird flu found in 6000 turkeys at East Lindsey farm close to first outbreak - BBC News;

Bird flu found in 6000 turkeys at East Lindsey farm close to first outbreak - BBC News

BBC NewsBird flu found in 6000 turkeys at East Lindsey farm close to first outbreakBBC NewsBird flu has been confirmed at a farm in Lincolnshire four weeks after it was found at a nearby unit. About 6,000 turkeys have been diagnosed with the H5N8 strain of avian flu, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) said. Some ...Uganda reactivates national task force as avian flu breaks outCoastweekKenyan Public Cautioned As Bird Flu Reported in UgandaAllAfrica.comAnother bird flu outbreak in Lincolnshire, weeks after Yorkshire incidentYorkshire PostFarmersWeekly -Africa Review (satire) (registration) (blog) -Agriland -Lincolnshire Echoall 53 news articles »

Dementia NEWS: High blood pressure could REDUCE Alzheimer's disease risk - Express.co.uk;

Dementia NEWS: High blood pressure could REDUCE Alzheimer's disease risk - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukDementia NEWS: High blood pressure could REDUCE Alzheimer's disease riskExpress.co.ukHIGH blood pressure, a condition associated with stroke and heart disease could prevent elderly people developing dementia - a disease associated with memory loss. By Olivia Lerche. PUBLISHED: 08:47, Tue, Jan 17, 2017 | UPDATED: 09:22, Tue, Jan 17, ...Hypertension in late life may prevent dementiaTimes of IndiaWalk for Alzheimer's plannedSault This WeekPeople with higher blood pressure are at much lower risk of developing dementia, scientists sayThe SunHuffington Post -Toronto Star -GoodTherapy.org (blog) -iTech Postall 21 news articles »

Eating disorders can strike in mid-life - BBC News;

Eating disorders can strike in mid-life - BBC News

BBC NewsEating disorders can strike in mid-lifeBBC NewsEating disorders, including anorexia and bulimia, affect a small but substantial number of women in their 40s and 50s, UK research suggests. The study, involving more than 5,000 women, found just over 3% reported having an eating disorder. Some said ...Study uncovers hidden epidemic of eating disorders in middle-aged womenTelegraph.co.ukWoman documents her recovery from anorexia on InstagramDaily MailEating disorders affect significant amount of women aged 40-50 years, study findsNews-Medical.netHuffington Post -News18 -6minutes -Yorkshire Postall 24 news articles »