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Canadian teenager develops "popcorn with lungs", resembling a vaping disease, unlike patients in the US

A Canadian teenager has developed a dangerous vapil disease that is unlike lung disease seen in US patients. Instead, it looks like workers from lung damage at a microwave popcorn factory, developed years ago, from inhaling the aroma of oil. Doctors said a healthy 17-year-old youth had been viping heavily for months and used several products he had purchased online …

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The outbreak of E.coli hurts 17 people in eight states, says CDC

The cases involving seven hospitalizations are completed in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Maryland, Montana, Washington and Wisconsin, according to the CDC. No deaths were reported. Two of the hospitalized have developed a type of kidney failure – hemolytic uremic syndrome – known to be associated with this particular type of bacterium, E. coli O157: H7. The bacterium produces a toxin …

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Canadian teenager develops type of popcorn from injury: report

By Julie Steenhuysen (Reuters) – Researchers in Canada have identified a new type of lung damage associated with vaping, which they say is associated with flavors in conventional scapula pens, causing symptoms similar to " lung popcorn "observed in workers exposed to aroma in microwave popcorn. The case, published Thursday in the Journal of the Canadian Medical Association, involves a …

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"The Flu Almost Killed Me Last Winter"

Copyright Adam Blackman A father who almost died a week before his son's first birthday calls on people to be immunized against the flu this winter. Last winter, Adam Blackman didn't bother to catch the flu and catch the flu. The virus triggers a life-threatening asthma attack. He spent more than a month in hospital to recover. He says he …

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AIDS Memory Blanket Returns To San Francisco: NPR

Memorial Quilt The AIDS Names Project on display near the Washington Monument in Washington, DC in October 1992. Then 21,000 panels, the quilt doubled in more than 2019. Shane Brennan / AP hide caption switch inscription Shaina Brennan / AP The Names Names Blanket Against AIDS project was exhibited near the Washington Monument in Washington in October 1992. Then 21,000 …

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FDA: Hepatitis A cases traced in berries sold in many states, including Ohio

File Photo of Blackberry Harvesting (Storyblocks) File Photo of Blackberry Harvesting (Storyblocks) LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Nebraska and federal health officials say the hepatitis epidemic is included in Nebraska, Indiana and Wisconsin has been traced to blackberries sold in fresh thyme stores. The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services said in a statement Wednesday that the epidemic began several …

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A new brainwave study shows how DMT changes our minds

Scientists have completed the first placebo-controlled study of the effects of hallucinogen DMT on brain activity at rest, according to a new study. Dimethyltryptamine is a psychedelic drug known as the active ingredient in Arawa brew. Past studies have studied ayahuasca, but there are not many examples of controlled laboratory experiments on the DMT molecule itself. These new results demonstrate …

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Survivors of firearms are traumatized for years, studies reveal

The results of a new study involving survivors of firearms will hardly surprise you – but they are no less depressing. This suggests that many survivors are left physically and mentally devastated by their experiences, even years later. For their new job published on Wednesday at JAMA Surgery, researchers conducted interviews with over 180 survivors of firearms who were treated …

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