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A Mom's Viral Video Warns Other Parents About "Tick Paralysis" - Refinery29

Refinery29A Mom's Viral Video Warns Other Parents About "Tick Paralysis"Refinery29When Amanda Lewis noticed that her daughter, Evelyn, was a little fussier than usual during her bath, she didn't think much of it at the time. But the next morning, Evelyn had a hard time standing up and could barely walk or crawl. With that, Lewis and ...Mother posts video of stricken daughter suffering from tick paralysisMetroAfter Her Daughter Was Paralyzed by a Tick, One Mom Sounded the Alarm on FacebookHealth.comScary Video Shows 3-Year-Old Struggling to Stand After Tick BiteGoodHousekeeping.comMirror.co.uk -Fox 59 -NEWS.com.au -The Inquisitrall 26 news articles »

World's 'hottest' chilli could kill you: scientists - Hindu Business Line;

World's 'hottest' chilli could kill you: scientists - Hindu Business Line

The StatesmanWorld's 'hottest' chilli could kill you: scientistsHindu Business LineScientists have accidentally grown the world's hottest chili pepper which is so spicy that eating even one may be fatal. Named the Dragon's Breath, researchers believe that the oil from the chili is so potent that it could act as an alternative ...Superhot 'Dragon's Breath' Chili Pepper Can Kill. Here's HowYahoo Singapore Newsall 9 news articles »

Gastric Bands for Obesity Often Involve Multiple Operations - Newsline;

Gastric Bands for Obesity Often Involve Multiple Operations - Newsline

NewslineGastric Bands for Obesity Often Involve Multiple OperationsNewslinePeople who undergo surgery to have gastric bands placed around their stomach in hopes of slimming down often need additional operations to move or remove the device, according to a new study. About one in five people required additional surgeries ...Weight loss surgery may cause alcohol addictionMedical News TodayGastric Bypass Can Increase Your Risk For Alcoholism90.5 WESAall 5 news articles »

Microwave mushrooms 'to keep their goodness', scientists say - BBC News;

Microwave mushrooms 'to keep their goodness', scientists say - BBC News

BBC NewsMicrowave mushrooms 'to keep their goodness', scientists sayBBC NewsThe healthiest way to cook mushrooms is to microwave or grill them to preserve their goodness, researchers say. These cooking methods significantly increase levels of antioxidants which protect cells against diseases, but boiling or frying reduces them.The Healthiest Way to Cook Mushrooms Is Totally SurprisingTIMEMushrooms should be microwaved to seal in goodness, scientists sayTelegraph.co.ukMicrowaving mushrooms is the best way to cook them, says scienceGrimsby TelegraphHindustan Times -NDTV -ChronicleLive -eMaxHealthall 22 news articles »

Air pollution linked to a bad night's sleep - TV3.ie;

Air pollution linked to a bad night's sleep - TV3.ie

TV3.ieAir pollution linked to a bad night's sleepTV3.ieThe more pollution you're exposed to, the less likely you are to sleep soundly, new research has found. Air pollution linked to a bad night's sleep. After a busy day, there's nothing worse than getting into bed and being unable to sleep. But if you're ...Can't Sleep? Blame Air PollutionScience 2.0Read How Air Pollution and Not Stress Might Be Linked to your Poor Sleep Patterns!NDTVToxic air pollution 'stops people getting a good night's sleep and massively impacts long-term health'Mirror.co.ukHindustan Times -HealthDay -Microfinance Monitor -Financial Expressall 19 news articles »

Ohio State researchers warn of dangers of light cigarettes - The Columbus Dispatch;

Ohio State researchers warn of dangers of light cigarettes - The Columbus Dispatch

The Columbus DispatchOhio State researchers warn of dangers of light cigarettesThe Columbus DispatchOhio State University researchers are urging the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to start the formal process to regulate and possibly ban so-called light cigarettes. The team, including lung cancer, public health and tobacco regulation researchers ...The FDA needs to tighten regulations on filtered cigarettesThe Hill (blog)Smokers more vulnerable to most common lung cancer from 'light' cigarettes, scientists sayThe IndependentSmoking mild or light cigarettes puts you at greater risk of lung cancer, finds studyHindustan TimesMedscape -News-Medical.net -Mirror.co.uk -UPI.comall 13 news articles »

“Not the End of the World”: People Living With HIV/AIDS Speak Up - The Quint;

“Not the End of the World”: People Living With HIV/AIDS Speak Up - The Quint

The Quint“Not the End of the World”: People Living With HIV/AIDS Speak UpThe QuintTo laud the efforts of the medical fraternity which is trying to find a cure for HIV AIDS, 18 May is celebrated annually as AIDS Vaccine Awareness Day. Currently, India has 21 lakh people who are living with HIV/AIDS. Vaccine for Polio took around 50 ...UNAIDS calls for continuous research to find a vaccine for HIVBusinessDay (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)all 19 news articles »

No fruit juice for kids under 1, pediatricians advise - CNN;

No fruit juice for kids under 1, pediatricians advise - CNN

CNNNo fruit juice for kids under 1, pediatricians adviseCNN(CNN) Children should not be given fruit juice before they are 1 year old unless it's advised by a doctor, according to new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics, published Monday in the journal Pediatrics. The group had previously advised ...No fruit juice for kids under 1, leading pediatricians sayDaily MailAvoid fruit juice up to the age of 1 year, say the AAPMedical News TodayNo Fruit Juice For Babies, New Guidelines Saynews9.com KWTVHealthline -Minnesota Public Radio News -Business Insider -Cosmopolitan.comall 72 news articles »

Social media 'more addictive than cigarettes and alcohol' - The Express Tribune;

Social media 'more addictive than cigarettes and alcohol' - The Express Tribune

The Express TribuneSocial media 'more addictive than cigarettes and alcohol'The Express TribuneThe research studies how social media platforms can impact health and well-being in young people. PHOTO: REUTERS. Social networking websites can be more addictive than cigarettes and alcohol and can have an overall negative effect on young ...Instagram Worst Social Media App for Young People's Mental Healthwhotv.com'Fuelling a mental health crisis': Instagram worst social network for young people's mental healthThe Sydney Morning HeraldStudy Reveals Which Social Media Network Is the Most Damaging to Your Mental Well-BeingComplexMalaysia Sun (press release) -International Business Times UK -Sputnik International -Irish Independentall 30 news articles »

Chinese City to Close Poultry Markets After Man Infected With H7N9 Bird Flu - U.S. News & World Report;

Chinese City to Close Poultry Markets After Man Infected With H7N9 Bird Flu - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportChinese City to Close Poultry Markets After Man Infected With H7N9 Bird FluU.S. News & World ReportBEIJING (Reuters) - China will shutter poultry markets in a district of southwestern Sichuan province after a man fell ill with the H7N9 bird flu, state-owned China News Service reported on Sunday. The 44-year-old man sold live poultry at a farmers ...and more »

The Harsh, Cold Turkey Of Going Offline - Asia Cruise News;

The Harsh, Cold Turkey Of Going Offline - Asia Cruise News

The Star OnlineThe Harsh, Cold Turkey Of Going OfflineAsia Cruise NewsMalaysians love staying connected online so much that they won't give the Internet a break even when on holiday. It appears that Malaysians just don't know how to “zen”. Even when they are supposed to unwind, many Malaysians look for free Internet ...No 'off' buttonThe Star Onlineall 2 news articles »

Allow the sleep calculator to give you an ideal bed time - New Zealand Herald;

Allow the sleep calculator to give you an ideal bed time - New Zealand Herald

www.MICEtimes.asiaAllow the sleep calculator to give you an ideal bed timeNew Zealand HeraldIt's as easy as punching in the time your alarm is set to go off. Photo / Getty Images. Plenty of us wake up each day feeling like we could do with a little more sleep. In fact, at least one-third of the adult population regularly suffers from ...What prevents you to sleep: habitswww.MICEtimes.asia (press release)all 2 news articles »

New online platform to teach first aid for mental health - The Straits Times;

New online platform to teach first aid for mental health - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesNew online platform to teach first aid for mental healthThe Straits TimesDeputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam and MP Joan Pereira interacting with members of Thong Kheng Seniors Activity Centre after the launch of Project eMHFA(S) in Bukit Merah yesterday. The project is by Changi General Hospital and Temasek ...Electronic platform teaching mental health first aid launchedChannel NewsAsiaSingapore launches e-platform for mental health first aidersXinhuaall 4 news articles »

Early treatment, rehab crucial in health crisis: Heng Swee Keat - The Straits Times;

Early treatment, rehab crucial in health crisis: Heng Swee Keat - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesEarly treatment, rehab crucial in health crisis: Heng Swee KeatThe Straits TimesFinance Minister Heng Swee Keat (centre) in a mass exercise session yesterday. Flanking him are Singapore Health Services Group CEO Ivy Ng and Singapore Health Services chairman Peter Seah.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM. Published. 4 hours ago. Facebook ...Early treatment, rehabilitation vital for recovery from illness: Heng Swee KeatChannel NewsAsiaall 3 news articles »

Italy makes childhood vaccinations compulsory - The Straits Times;

Italy makes childhood vaccinations compulsory - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesItaly makes childhood vaccinations compulsoryThe Straits TimesIn Italy, vaccinations covering 12 common diseases will be required to register children for state childcare and elementary school up to the age of six. ST FILE PHOTO. Published. May 19, 2017, 11:19 pm SGT. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email More.This Country Has Made It Illegal for Parents to Not Vaccinate Their ChildrenYahoo HealthItaly makes 12 vaccines mandatory for school children in an attempt to combat 'anti-scientific theories'The IndependentItaly makes 12 vaccinations compulsory for childrenBBC NewsDaily Mail -euronews -Xinhua -International Business Times UKall 32 news articles »

Study reveals meeting guidelines on TV time, physical activity and sleep duration lower BMI and body fat in children - Medical Xpress;

Study reveals meeting guidelines on TV time, physical activity and sleep duration lower BMI and body fat in children - Medical Xpress

Medical XpressStudy reveals meeting guidelines on TV time, physical activity and sleep duration lower BMI and body fat in childrenMedical XpressNew research presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity (ECO) in Porto, Portugal (17-20) May shows that achieving the guideline amounts of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity is associated with significantly lower BMI and body fat in ...Ladies, take note! Gaining 1.74 kg/year in your 20s can make you obese later in lifeEconomic TimesHeavy Kids Face Triple the Odds for Depression in AdulthoodMontana StandardGaining Less Than 2 Kgs Every Year in 20s Can Put Women at Obesity RiskNDTVCourthouse News Service -Express.co.uk -Metro US -HuffPost UKall 28 news articles »

A day after first uterus transplant, Pune doctors perform another - The Indian Express;

A day after first uterus transplant, Pune doctors perform another - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressA day after first uterus transplant, Pune doctors perform anotherThe Indian ExpressA day after the country's first uterus transplant — when a mother underwent a hysterectomy to donate her womb to her daughter — doctors said the Solapur-based duo was in a stable condition. They also went ahead with the second uterus transplant ...After India's first womb transplant, 21 women register for surgery at Pune hospHindustan TimesPune: 21-year-old gets mom's womb in India's first uterus transplantMid-DayMom donates womb to daughter in India's first uterus transplantCNNall 65 news articles »

Relay for Life celebrates human spirit against cancer - Huntington Herald Dispatch;

Relay for Life celebrates human spirit against cancer - Huntington Herald Dispatch

Huntington Herald DispatchRelay for Life celebrates human spirit against cancerHuntington Herald DispatchToril Lavender/For The Herald-Dispatch Cancer survivors make a lap around the track at Huntington High School on Friday, May 19, 2017, as part of Cabell County Relay for Life. 0520_relay-2.jpg_49742.jpg. Buy Now. Toril Lavender/For The Herald-Dispatch ...Wood County unleashes Avengers against cancer at Relay for LifeParkersburg NewsWest Hants Relay for Life more than just a fundraiserThe Hants JournalHundreds attend Relay for LifeMarietta TimesYucaipa/Calimesa News Mirror -Patch.com -Asheboro Courier Tribune -The Robesonianall 57 news articles »

Ranked At 154, India's Healthcare Lags Far Behind Bangladesh, Nepal, China, Sri Lanka: Lancet Report - NDTV;

Ranked At 154, India's Healthcare Lags Far Behind Bangladesh, Nepal, China, Sri Lanka: Lancet Report - NDTV

NDTVRanked At 154, India's Healthcare Lags Far Behind Bangladesh, Nepal, China, Sri Lanka: Lancet ReportNDTVAs per a study published in the medical journal The Lancet, India has performed poorly in tackling cases of tuberculosis, diabetes, chronic kidney diseases and rheumatic heart diseases. All India | Press Trust of India | Updated: May 20, 2017 09:51 IST.* Sri Lanka ranks 73rd in global health care access and quality indexColombo PageIndia at 154 behind Bangladesh, Nepal, China on health care indexAppsforPCdailyIndia trails China, Nepal and Bangladesh in global healthcare index; could it dent medical tourism industry?International Business Times, India Editionall 12 news articles »