Health

Man who desirous ice bucket plea back in the hospital

BOSTON — The Massachusetts man who desirous people around the universe to dump buckets of ice water over their heads to lift millions of dollars for Lou Gehrig’s illness research is back in the hospital. A Facebook post from the family of 32-year-old Pete Frates asked for prayers Sunday and pronounced he is at Massachusetts General Hospital “and battling this …

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Are prohibited dogs but combined nitrites any healthier?

Backyard cooks looking to griddle this summer have another option: hot dogs but “added nitrites.” Are they any healthier? Oscar Mayer is touting its new prohibited dog recipe that uses nitrite subsequent from celery extract instead of synthetic sodium nitrite, which is used to safety the reddish colors of processed meats and prevents botulism. Kraft Heinz, which owns Oscar Mayer, …

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New study links phone use and mental health issues in teens

July 3, 2017, 8:15 AM| A new study in the biography Child Development shows night use of a dungeon phone can boost stress and basin in teenagers and revoke self-esteem. This is the first study that shows a approach couple between screen time and mental health. Psychologist and CBS News writer Lisa Damour joins “CBS This Morning” to plead tips …

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Don’t like needles? Try the influenza patch

July 2, 2017, 6:22 PM| Many people equivocate getting a influenza shot since they fear needles. So researchers in Atlanta have combined a influenza vaccine patch. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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Yemen pang from world’s largest cholera outbreak

The two-year-old polite fight in Yemen has ravaged much of the nation, leaving millions on the margin of starvation. Now, the dispute has spawned a health emergency: Cholera. It’s the second cholera conflict in 6 months, and the World Health Organization says around 250,000 people — half of them children — have been disgusted in what is now the world’s …

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Yemen’s polite fight fuels cholera outbreak

July 1, 2017, 6:39 PM| The two-year polite fight in Yemen has ravaged much of the republic and left millions on the margin of starvation. It has also spawned a health emergency: cholera. Jonathan Vigliotti has the story from London.

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E.coli conflict hits polygamist Utah town

HILDALE, Utah — Utah health authorities contend they are questioning an conflict of E.coli after two children died in a city on the Arizona limit that’s home to a polygamist Mormon sect.  The Salt Lake Tribune reports that the Southwest Utah Public Health Department pronounced Saturday that the review in Hildale, Utah, comes after the deaths in new weeks.  E. …

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Repealing Obamacare but deputy would be "very messy"

July 1, 2017, 8:03 AM| Margot Sanger-Katz, who covers health caring for The New York Times, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to plead the impact of President Trump’s idea to dissolution the Affordable Care Act first and reinstate it later.

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One-third of chefs return to work within 48 hours of being sick

Here’s something that will make British people feel sick. A new survey of some-more than 200 chefs in England suggested that a third of them have left back to work within 48 hours of pang from sickness, including queasiness and diarrhea. Another third have served beef close to spoiling, 16 percent served potentially undercooked duck and 7 percent didn’t rinse …

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Heart transplant survivor dies after giving birth to first child

A lady who survived a heart transplant medicine 7 years ago died reduction than 24 hours after giving birth to her first child, CBS associate KMOV reports. Musician Nathan Johnson and his wife Megan welcomed their baby daughter into the universe just before 2:40 a.m. on Tuesday morning. Megan had a well-spoken delivery, Nathan’s bandmate, Josh Wilson, wrote on the …

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