Health

Premature babies find music can be medicine

DENVER — At Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children (RMHC) in Colorado, beforehand babies are anticipating music can be medicine. CBS Denver reports it’s interjection to a doting grandfather who is behaving mini concerts to ease the tiny babies who entered the universe too early. In her room in the neonatal complete caring section (NICU), baby Brianna hears a harmony of bells …

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Experimental diagnosis helps toddler with singular disease

LOS ANGELES — Marian McGlocklin looks like a happy and healthy 2-year-old, but the toddler is fighting a rare and lethal disease. “She has a singular genetic condition called Niemann-Pick illness form C,” mom Sara McGlocklin told CBS Los Angeles. “Basically what that means is any of the cells in her physique is blank the ability to scrupulously get absolved of …

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Hate UTI’s? This elementary step could cut the risk

Drinking copiousness of water any day may have an unexpected advantage — staving off urinary tract infections, a new study reports. Young women tormented by UTIs who drank an additional 6 cups of water any day were scarcely half — 48 percent — as likely as a control organisation to have another infection, the study showed. The water organisation also …

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Hope is rising on a cure for rare childhood cancer DIPG

On Nov. 15, music producer and promoter John (Gungie) Rivera will host the ninth annual celebrity fundraising gala for the Cristian Rivera Foundation. Named in honor of his young son who lost a battle with cancer in 2009, Rivera has continued to work toward finding a cure for the extremely rare form of cancer that claimed Cristian’s life at the …

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London’s air wickedness is dangerously high

A new report says that every singular area of London, England exceeds the World Health Organization’s boundary for PM2.5 — a fraudulent air pollutant, according to new investigate from the London Atmospheric Emissions Inventory announced last week by mayor Sadiq Khan. The pollutant PM2.5 is miniscule — about 3% the hole of a human hair — but it’s matter in the air that has the singular …

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High lead levels found in Philadelphia’s backyards

October 9, 2017, 7:40 AM| In Philadelphia, some relatives are assured high levels of lead in dirt put their children at risk for irrevocable brain damage. The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News recently tested some-more than a hundred parks, playgrounds and backyards in the city’s stream wards and found scarcely 75 percent of the areas tested had dangerous levels of …

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White House to sequence health caring alternatives

The White House is finalizing an executive sequence that would enhance health plans offering by associations to concede people to pool together and buy insurance outward their states, a uneven pierce that follows unsuccessful efforts by Congress to renovate the health caring system. President Donald Trump has prolonged asserted that selling insurance opposite state lines would trigger foe that brings …

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Health officials examination mosquitoes in Texas after Harvey

DALLAS — Health officials in Texas will be on watch in coming weeks for any increases in mosquito-borne diseases including the West Nile and Zika viruses after Harvey’s complicated rains and flooding brought water that filled ponds and ditches and crept into rabble and waste that piled up. “We’re not out of the woods. we still consider we don’t really …

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In Philadelphia, high levels of lead in dirt lift parents’ concerns

Construction projects in Philadelphia’s stream wards are on the rise. Some relatives worry that when construction crews don’t follow mud regulations, dangerous lead particles could finish up in places where children play. The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News recently tested some-more than 100 parks, playgrounds and backyards in the city’s stream wards. Nearly 75 percent of the areas tested had …

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Two suicides counted in Puerto Rico hurricane toll

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Locked out of his home and with nowhere else to go, Wilfredo Ortiz Marrero rode out Hurricane Maria inside a Jeep, which was carried off its wheels by floodwaters in the parking lot. He then endured days but adequate food or using water. The lights are back on at his chateau for low-income aged people …

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