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Omega-3 fish oil is as effective for attention as medicines with ADHD for some children

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Researchers at King & # 39; s University of London and Chinese Medical University in Taichung, Taiwan, found that omega-3 fish oil supplements improve attention in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but only among those with low levels of omega-3s in their blood. Researchers say their results carry a personalized approach to medicine for …

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Food service worker diagnosed with hepatitis A in Sarasota County

After a case of hepatitis A is reported to the health department by a physician, the county health department epidemiologist interviews the patient, schedules their last 50 days, including where they traveled, worked, and their food history, then identified each. who has been in close contact to recommend a hepatitis A vaccine to prevent the possible spread of the disease. …

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E.coli outbreak strikes Wisconsin, 3 hospitalized in Eau Claire

Eau Claire (WQOW) – Wisconsin health officials are warning of an early outbreak of E.coli. So far, at least 20 cases have been registered in the country, including three children. Three of these cases are addressed here in Eau Claire. According to officials at the Mayo Clinic, the Department of Health is tracking. the outbreak after November 13, but the …

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Bonkers' pricing of free flu shots shows what's wrong with US healthcare

Increase / Despite the crazy pricing, you have to get the flu. Annual flu shots that are free for those with health insurance are not immune to the confused and contemptuous pricing that has plagued the US health care system. Health insurance companies pay wildly different amounts for the same vaccines, depending on how negotiations are conducted with individual healthcare …

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Human linen made him sick in the odd case of a "feather bed"

For three months, a 43-year-old man in Scotland felt sick and tired, often short of breath without relief. He sought medical attention and was subsequently diagnosed with an infection of the lower respiratory tract. Initially, his symptoms were eliminated – breathing became a little easier and he felt less tired. But a month later his health regressed. Further analysis led …

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Doctors Take Opioid Prescriptions From Increasing Patients, Reports Report

© Andrew Lichtenstein / Getty Images An elderly woman begins her day by taking her daily prescription drug on December 24, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona. Another study indicates that patients are removed from prescription painkillers with "fast" rates that go beyond federal guidelines. Among more than 100,000 patients enrolled in both commercial insurance and Medicare Advantage programs, researchers find that …

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The source of the measles outbreak in Cob was probably identified

Georgia health officials said Monday they have identified a likely source of measles outbreaks in Cobb County, linking a number of ailments to a local family of five who traveled to Florida in late September. Members of the Cobb County family – all of whom were unvaccinated – may have contracted measles during this trip to Florida, the Georgia Department …

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