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They poured into the contact lenses, then disappeared

(Newser) – A terrible reminder of people who have contacts to take them out before they bathe or swim. Two patients in the UK are left blindly blinded to one eye after infection with a rare parasitic eye infection associated with water, reports Live Science. A 41-year-old woman describes two months of pain, blurred vision and light sensitivity in her …

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Fentanyl, cocaine, meth cause more overdoses of opioid prescriptions

CLOSE Garrett Greene is taking medication to treat pain and struggles to find effective treatment. Crystal Vander Wight and Jasper Colt, USA Today Death from overdose last year declined for the first time in nearly three decades, according to a report this week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still subject to change when the final issue is …

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Can we beat Alzheimer with aerobic exercise?

Researchers prescribe exercises as a drug in a study that aims to see if it can prevent Alzheimer's disease. "We test whether exercises are medicines for people with a mild memory problem," says Laura Baker. Principal Investigator of the EXERT National Survey and Associate Director of the Center for Alzheimer Disease Research at the Wake Forest Medical School. The study, …

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Austin health officials monitoring the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo – KEYE TV CBS Austin

Austin Health Officials Surveillance of the Ebola Outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo KEYE TV CBS Austin WHO finally sounds its worst alarm over the Ebola in the Congo Atlantic Ocean Epidemic epidemic worries, Impact Impact falls, more: What is a tendency today cleveland.com Ebla's Guardian's View in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Necessary Assistance – Dialogue also The …

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'EXERT' Study Is Testing Exercise To Ward Off Alzheimer's: Shots

A federally funded study is testing aerobic exercise as a way to prevent the development of Alzheimer's disease.                                                                            Stewart Cohen / Getty Images                                       hide caption toggle caption Stewart Cohen / Getty Images               A federally funded study is testing aerobic exercise as a way to prevent the development of Alzheimer's disease Stewart Cohen / …

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