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More patients die in listeria outbreak from hospital sandwiches - The Times

More patients die in listeria outbreak from hospital sandwiches - The Times

The first three victims died after eating chicken sandwiches contaminated with listeriaKATARZYNA BIALASIEWICZ/GETTY IMAGES An urgent review of hospital food has been ordered following the deaths of five people that have been linked to listeria poisoning in sandwiches and salads served
Why you may want to think twice before firing up that grill - WTNH.com
Cases of mumps, chicken pox confirmed at Aurora ICE facility - FOX31 Denver

Cases of mumps, chicken pox confirmed at Aurora ICE facility - FOX31 Denver

Published on Jun 14, 2019 There are now confirmed cases of the mumps at chicken pox at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Contract Detention Facility in Aurora. Matt Mauro reports.
Father’s Day: Recognising ‘postpartum depression’ in fathers - Elets
Hundreds of HIV-infected Pakistani children left untreated - Citizen TV

Hundreds of HIV-infected Pakistani children left untreated - Citizen TV

The U.N. World Health Organization says hundreds of HIV positive children in Pakistan cannot get treatment because there are not enough antiretroviral drugs in the country. The children are in Larkana, a poverty-stricken district in southern Sindh province, where during the
Smoking may impair blood pressure autocorrect system - Odisha Sun Times

Smoking may impair blood pressure autocorrect system - Odisha Sun Times

New York: Smoking may increase the risk of developing hypertension by impairing the body’s blood pressure autocorrect system, warn researchers. “The human body has a buffering system that continuously monitors and maintains a healthy blood pressure. If blood pressure drops, a response
1,400 people have died so far in the second largest outbreak of Ebola in history - INSIDER

1,400 people have died so far in the second largest outbreak of Ebola in history - INSIDER

1,400 people have died from the current outbreak of Ebola in Central Africa. There have been 2,100 cases so far in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda.
Braces won't guarantee happiness, self-confidence - India TV News

Braces won't guarantee happiness, self-confidence - India TV News

Braces won't guarantee happiness, self-confidence Braces can help you get straight teeth but it may not always bring happiness and self-confidence, a study suggests. Published in the journal Orthodontics and Craniofacial Research,
What your grip says about your odds of surviving a health crisis - The Washington Post

What your grip says about your odds of surviving a health crisis - The Washington Post

President Trump’s odd, grabbing handshake aside, people have long judged each other for the firmness — or lack thereof — of a handshake. A strong grip generally conveys confidence or even power, while a limp grip sometimes comes
595 children in Pakistan have been infected with AIDS because of syringes being reused - Scroll.in

595 children in Pakistan have been infected with AIDS because of syringes being reused - Scroll.in

The Pakistan government has sought international help after more than 700 people, most of them children, tested positive for HIV in the southern town of Ratodero. The outbreak was thought
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