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New Study Suggests Increased Rates of Memory Loss And Confusion In LGBTQ Elders: Shots

PET scan results that are part of a separate study on Alzheimer's disease at Georgetown University Hospital are seen in May.                                                                            Evan Vucci / AP                                       hide caption toggle caption Evan Vucci / AP               Evan Vucci / AP PET scan results that are part of a separate study on Alzheimer's disease at Georgetown University …

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Genetics By Far The Biggest Factor In Autism Risk, Study Says

For decades, researchers and parents have searched for clues about what causes autism spectrum disorder (ASD), which now affects about 1 out of every 59 children in the United States Now, a sweeping new study looking at more more than 2 million people from five countries (Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Israel and Australia) found that about 80% of an individual's risk …

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What are the symptoms of glioblastoma? Brain cancer treatment, survival rates

Glioblastoma is a so-called deadly disease called "the terminator" and "the eraser" because fast-growing brain cancer can affect anyone, at any age, and comes with a grim prognosis. the brain can affect cognition, mood, behavior and every function of the body, leaving a previously active and otherwise healthy person unable to work or do everyday activities, the National Brain Tumor …

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The Philippines announces an emergency at national level after more than 100,000 people have been subjected to dengue fever

Health officials in the Philippines announced a national emergency this week after a record 106,630 cases of dengue fever Secretary of Health, Francisco Duke III, issued the alert on Monday after pointing to several regions that are experiencing the 85% of the disease compared to last year's figures. "From January 1 to June 29 this year, most cases were from …

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3 dead, dozens – including employees – sick as respiratory diseases, are distributed through a life support facility in Springfield

Another man died and more people were affected by upper respiratory tract disease in an assisted facility in Springfield, Virginia, according to Fairfax Health. Upper Respiratory Disease at an Assisted Care Center in Springfield, Virginia, according to the Fairfax County Health Department. in Tuesday. The three were among the 63 patients. The department reported on Tuesday that 19 employees reported …

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The outbreak of legionaries excludes the Atlanta Hotel

Investigators gathered in central downtown Atlanta on Tuesday, testing water in pools, fountains, hot tubs and veneers, while looking for what caused the outbreak of the potentially lethal legionary disease. Three guests who recently stayed at the hotel on Monday gave a positive result for the disease causing serious lung infections. On Tuesday, Georgia's Department of Public Health announced that …

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