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New weight loss drugs are very effective, so why aren’t they widely used?

A new class of weight-loss drugs gives some patients obesity new hope that they can lose excess pounds and improve their health, without the dangerous side effects of old drugs. But despite mounting evidence that the drugs are both safe and effective, doctors say relatively few of the millions of eligible patients take them. “This …

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Connecticut reports first death of year, second case of Powassan virus from tick bite

10 States With The Most Bed Bug Problems “Although bed bugs do not transmit disease to humans, they can pose an elusive threat to households,” said Chelle Hartzer, an Orkin entomologist. NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) recently announced the second case of Powassan virus (POWV) …

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Connecticut reports first death of year, second case of Powassan virus from tick bite

10 States With The Most Bed Bug Problems “Although bed bugs do not transmit disease to humans, they can pose an elusive threat to households,” said Chelle Hartzer, an Orkin entomologist. NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) recently announced the second case of Powassan virus (POWV) …

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People with high levels of omega-3 DHA in their blood have a 49% lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease – Neuroscience News

Summary: People with high levels of omega-3 DHA in their blood are 49% less likely to develop dementia than those with lower levels. Researchers say adding supplemental omega-3 DHA to the diet, especially in people with the Apoe4 gene associated with Alzheimer’s disease, may slow the development and progression of dementia. Source: Wright on Marketing …

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Suspected monkeypox case in RI ‘thought to be linked to trip to Mass’.

Rhode Island health officials have said a suspected case of monkeypox in that state “is believed to be linked to travel to Massachusetts.” be monkeypox. The diagnosis will be confirmed by testing at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “The individual is hospitalized and in good condition,” officials said. Details of the patient’s visit …

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Suspected monkeypox case in RI ‘thought to be linked to trip to Mass’.

Rhode Island health officials have said a suspected case of monkeypox in that state “is believed to be linked to travel to Massachusetts.” be monkeypox. The diagnosis will be confirmed by testing at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “The individual is hospitalized and in good condition,” officials said. Details of the patient’s visit …

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Emotion-Related Brain Changes Discovered in Mysterious ‘Broken Heart Syndrome’ – Neuroscience News

Summary: Takotsubo syndrome, a sudden form of acute heart failure often brought on by emotional or physical stress, is associated with changes in brain regions associated with emotion and emotional processing. Source: University of Aberdeen Changes in areas of the brain associated with emotions have been identified in people with Takotsubo syndrome, sometimes known as …

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Kentucky confirms 6 cases of mysterious form of hepatitis in children

Kentucky is investigating 6 possible cases of mysterious form of hepatitis in children Updated: 3:46 PM EDT June 9, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript governor. Good afternoon everybody. So could we have the first slide, please, James. We are going to talk about pediatric hepatitis. So the CDC works with state health departments to identify …

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