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Americans take fish antibiotics because it’s cheaper than a visit to the doctor – The Guardian

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New research has found that some Americans are probably taking fish antibiotics as a substitute for going to the doctor, which can be prohibitively expensive for many in the US. Unlike other antibiotics, fish antibiotics are readily available without a prescription online and are relatively inexpensive as anti-bacterial drugs for pet fish. Researchers analyzed reviews…

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This bad habit is most likely the No. 1 factor making your children fat — and it has nothing to do with food – MarketWatch

This bad habit is most likely the No. 1 factor making your children fat — and it has nothing to do with food – MarketWatch  This bad habit is most likely the No. 1 factor making your children fat — and it has nothing to do with food – MarketWatch this bad habit is most likely the no 1 factor making your children fat and it has nothing to do with food marketwatch

Turn off the TV and tell your kids to go outside. Watching television is the No. 1 “lifestyle habit” most commonly associated with childhood obesity, according to a study released Wednesday that was conducted by a team of researchers led by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health. Parents were asked to complete questionnaires on their…

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Deadly flu has already killed 2K this year: Here’s what you need to know – AOL

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This year’s flu season has already led to as many as 2,400 deaths — including six children — between Oct. 1 and Nov. 30, according to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).In that same time period, the virus has sent 1.2 million people to their doctors and landed up to 29,000 people in the hospital.…

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FDA investigating whether diabetes drug Metformin contains probable carcinogen – WDAF FOX4 Kansas City

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A drug often prescribed to diabetes patients is being investigated for traces of a probable carcinogen after it was recalled abroad, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said. Health officials are investigating whether Metformin sold in the U.S. contains NDMA, a contaminant that has been linked to cancer, the FDA said in a news release.…

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‘Exercise targets would trigger my eating disorder’ – BBC News

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Image copyright Hope Virgo Image caption Campaigner Hope Virgo says linking exercise with calories on food packs could affect those recovering from eating disorders Food labels displaying the amount of exercise needed to burn off calories have been found by researchers at Loughborough University to help people consume less - but campaigners warn they could…

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Kristen Dahlgren shares her battle with breast cancer – TODAY

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NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren has reported many stories, but now she shares a very personal one about herself: How one of her reports helped her find a subtle sign of breast cancer. “It’s definitely the hardest thing I’ve ever been through,” she says. NBC News medical contributor Dr. Natalie Azar joins TODAY to talk about the…

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Gold and Jewels Found on Minoan Island Devoted to the Color Purple – Livescience.com

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Home News (Image: © Greece Ministry of Culture and Sports) A storehouse of ancient treasures, including precious jewels and gold beads, has been uncovered by archaeologists on an island near Crete devoted to making a precious purple dye from sea snails thousands of years ago.The finds on Chrysi — a now uninhabited island — show…

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Iowa High Schooler Diagnosed with Tuberculosis – WHO TV Des Moines

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(MGN) (MGN) HAMPTON, Iowa — Health officials in Franklin County are trying to determine if an Iowa high schooler who tested positive for tuberculosis exposed anyone else to the highly contagious illness. The Hampton-Dumont School District’s website says it was notified of the diagnosis on Monday. The student is at home and is responding well…

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When Vaping Marijuana For Chronic Pain Leads To Lung Illness : Shots – Health News – NPR

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Paul Lubell used to vape medical marijuana to manage his chronic back and neck pain, instead of using opioid medications. Now, after getting hospitalized for lung sickness, he doesn't vape. Mary Fecteau/ideastream hide caption toggle caption Mary Fecteau/ideastream Paul Lubell used to vape medical marijuana to manage his chronic back and neck pain, instead of…

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Cancer: Common antibiotic may boost immune system – Medical News Today

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New research in mice finds that taking the antibiotic vancomycin before underoing radiation therapy alters gram-positive bacteria in the gut, thus boosting the immune system and enhancing the antitumor effect of the treatment.Share on PinterestA common antibiotic could make radiation therapy more effective.Globally, cancer continues to be the second leading cause of death, with around…

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