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Fighting for the drug that pauses cystic fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis is a life-reducing genetic disorder and while outcomes have improved, half of those with it do not live beyond 40. Orkambi is a drug that targets a mutation that around 50% of people with cystic fibrosis the UK have. It has been shown to improve lung health by up to 42%. Licensed for use in the UK since …

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Should You Worry About Sunscreen Seeping Into Your Bloodstream?

A recent study found that some chemicals in the sunscreen can be found in your blood after just a day of applying them liberally, but do not freak out just yet-sunscreen is still considered safe to use, and you do not even necessarily need to switch brands. It is bad for sunscreen to be absorbed through the skin Not necessarily. …

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More than 700 cases of mumps in the US this year, says CDC

This is an increase of 310 cases in the last month. Previously, the CDC reported 426 cases of mumps since late March Cases reported in 41 states and the District of Columbia. Mumps is a disease preventable from a virus-induced vaccine. It spreads through saliva or mucus by coughing, sneezing or talking and by sharing cutlery or cups, according to …

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Trump says administration has secured 'historic donation' of HIV prevention drugs to help end epidemic

President Trump Donald John TrumpMcMaster accuses some in the White House of being "a danger to the constitution" Trump predicts Demonstration will drive him to 2020 win Trump hits O'Rourke: 'Boy has fallen like a rock' MORE on Thursday said that his administration secured a "historic" donation of HIV-prevention drug Truvada for PrEP. "Great news today: My administration has just …

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Genetically Tweaked Viruses Just Saved and Very Sick Teen

In October 2017, Graham Hatfull received an urgent email from across the pond. A microbiologist colleague of his named James Soothill was desperately looking for a way to help two patients at the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London. The pair of teenagers, a girl and a boy, had cystic fibrosis, and a genetic condition where the lungs can not …

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Why some health enthusiasts are drinking ginger

Research has shown that ginger can help calm the symptoms of an upset stomach, including nausea and vomiting, and even play a role in relieving pain "There is plenty of research that points to the health benefits of ginger as well, studies have shown that it is an anti-inflammatory food and acts as an antioxidant in the body, "she said. …

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Free one-week workout plan at home

Save your money for expensive gym memberships and still get intensive workouts following this one-week plan. It has seven 30-minute videos for workouts that you can follow at home (or anywhere!). All you need is a pair of dumbbells for that plan. By the seventh day you will feel unbelievable! One Day Of Cardiology One Day Of Yoga One Full …

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Does the conference room make you foolish?

You come back with colleagues in a boardroom for two hours, making a plan. The risks are weighed, decisions are made. Then when you appear, you realize that there is much, warmer and denser than the rest of the office. Small spaces can accumulate heat and carbon dioxide from our breath – as well as other substances – to the …

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The threat of measles measles is mostly paranoia

Over the past few weeks, many reports have shown that there are outbreaks of measles at US airports. While the outbreaks can be disturbing, they are mostly paranoia, not a fact. If you have not followed us on Facebook or Instagram, add us today. Recent outbreaks I had overlooked the titles weeks, while one for my home airport came across …

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