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A woman almost loses her leg from purulent "hot bubbles"

Her life was in hot water. Taylor Bryant thinks the Jacuzzi at Dolly Parton's home will bring pleasant memories of hot tubs and treks – instead she was left with a life-threatening skin condition that almost rotted "Our first family vacation – what a luck this? " The 26-year-old mother of two children from Indianapolis, India, tells WISH-TV News 8. …

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Megadrought to return to Southwest due to climate change

CLOSE <img itemprop = "url" src = "https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2018/11/28/USAT/df978d8e-ce88-4cd8-8a15-3c9132e311cc-AP_Climate_Report_Midwest Texas Police Officer Thomas Beagle walks across the cracked Lake of the Lake Fischer Lake in San Angelo, Texas, in August 2011. The new study shows that the double contraction of heat and drought is growing increasingly due to climate change at OC Fisher Lake in San Angelo, Texas, in August 2011. …

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How scientists built "live drugs" to defeat cancer

In 2010 Emily Whitehead was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, a cancer of certain cells in the immune system This is the most common form of cancer in childhood, her parents said; and Emily had a good chance of defeating him with chemotherapy. The remission rate for the most common variety was around 85%. It will take 20 months before …

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A Maine resident hires a rare disease with ticks, which can cause brain infections, death, says CDC

What is Powassan's Disease? Rare and life-threatening tick virus worries doctors. What is Powassan's disease and how can you protect yourself? A Maine resident was infected with a rare, but usually severe, tick-borne illness that can cause brain infections and meningitis, and in some cases lead to death. Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced in a release …

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Precision Medicine Research Must Build More Diversity and Trust Says Bioethicist: Shots

Overall in medical research, the proportion of participants with non-European ancestry is only about 20 percent, says Sandra Soo-Jin Lee, a bioethicist at Columbia University. And that's a problem.                                                                            Tek Image / Science Photo Library / Getty Images                                       hide caption toggle caption Tek Image / Science Photo Library / Getty Images               Overall in …

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Why Some People Have A Higher Alcohol Tolerance Than Others

You have probably heard remarks like "She could drink me under the table" or "He is a total lightweight." Those comments, which come with (dubious) connotations of strength and weakness, are rooted in the concept of alcohol tolerance So what is alcohol tolerance? The term refers to the ability of some people to consume higher amounts of alcohol before feeling …

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