• Choice of Health Insurance Plans Offers Customers Financial Relief, Flexibility
Choice of Health Insurance Plans Offers Customers Financial Relief, Flexibility

Kori Hattemer , head of the Insure Central Texas program at local nonprofit Foundation Communities , says the four insurers on the exchange previous year are all back - Blue Cross Blue Shield , Ambetter, Oscar, and Sendero Health Plans, which decided not to exit the market in September after public outcry (" Sendero's Path Forward ", Sept.

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  • Dubai Customs Raises Awareness of Breast Cancer
Dubai Customs Raises Awareness of Breast Cancer

Mr. Wahab posited that aside the breast screening and awareness, the company has frequently organized medical screening for the treatment of malaria, Hepatitis-B, blood pressure, diabetic, breast cancer, distribution of mosquito nets as well as donations of food items in 42 communities benefiting 7,401 people at the cost of US$35,000 (GHC157,025).

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  • New Jersey viral outbreak leaves six children dead, 12 ill
New Jersey viral outbreak leaves six children dead, 12 ill

According to a release on the department of health website , there are 18 cases of adenovirus among pediatric residents at the facility; six pediatric residents have died. A team from the health department were on hand at the center Tuesday to investigate. New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy issued a statement , saying he was "heartbroken" over the d...

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  • Multiple cases of rare polio-like illness under investigation in North Carolina
Multiple cases of rare polio-like illness under investigation in North Carolina

The surge has baffled health officials, who on Tuesday announced a change in the way the agency is counting cases. The symptoms tend to occur about a week after they had a fever and respiratory illness. This year's AFM outbreak is gaining attention because there are 127 suspected cases so far. The benefit of seeking medical care is to attend to kid...

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  • Battling discrimination and stigma against mental health
Battling discrimination and stigma against mental health

We often follow the capabilities of the mental health to underpins so that we can successfully learn and can master the skills. The school environment has a significant impact on a young person's emotional welfare. Medical experts say we've made strides in terms of reducing the stigma around mental illness, but they add there's a long way to go...

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  • Flu season on the horizon
Flu season on the horizon

He was cautious about the possible advantage with Flublok. "As long as I'm alive and kicking", he said, laughing. With about 10,000 of those being students, one-fifth of the student population received a flu shot from Boynton previous year.

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  • Brett Kavanaugh takes his place on bench
Brett Kavanaugh takes his place on bench

After weeks of being painted as an existential threat to women's rights and, indeed, a serial predator, the newly-minuted justice made history by bringing on SCOTUS' first ever all-female slate of law clerks. "My goal is to be a great justice for all Americans and for all of America". After an extra Federal Bureau of Investigation probe - which...

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  • Wear pink for breast cancer awareness day
Wear pink for breast cancer awareness day

It is able to detect many breast cancers before symptoms occur, even in women with the densest breasts. If cancer is restricted to the breast , a person can be saved. "When I see thousands of kids marching, they're the people that's going to make America great again". BC Cancer Breast Screening provides free screening mammograms for el...

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  • UC Berkeley research led to Nobel Prize-winning immunotherapy
UC Berkeley research led to Nobel Prize-winning immunotherapy

While chemotherapy destroys cancerous cells along with normal cells - often with toxic and debilitating effects on a patient - immunotherapy unleashes the body's immune system to target tumour cells. In this video about UC Berkeley's new Immunotherapeutics and Vaccine Research Initiative (IVRI), Allison discusses his groundbreaking work on cancer i...

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  • Kavanaugh's claim that witnesses refuted Ford
Kavanaugh's claim that witnesses refuted Ford

The editors of America said Christine Blasey Ford's testimony "clearly demonstrated both the seriousness of her allegation of assault by Judge Brett M. The New York Times says the most likely swing votes are undecided Republican senators - Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Jeff Flake of Arizona - and one Democrat, Joe Ma...

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  • Hurricane Florence: Family Demands Answers After 2 Mental Health Patients Drowned
Hurricane Florence: Family Demands Answers After 2 Mental Health Patients Drowned

Thompson said there was one door to the containment area of the van where women were trapped. By the time a rescue team arrived, the deputies were stranded on top of the van and it was too late for the women. Richardson says the incident happened near the Little Pee Dee River, which is one of the bodies of water officials are monitoring for i...

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  • Presidents, lawmakers honor John McCain's life of service
Presidents, lawmakers honor John McCain's life of service

Glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer , also claimed the life of former senator Ted Kennedy. According to a statement from McCain's office, he died Saturday at 4:28 PM, adding. "The damage inflicted by President Trump's naiveté, egotism, false equivalence, and sympathy for autocrats is hard to calculate". McCain found Putin's gr...

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  • Air quality plummets in Metro Vancouver as wildfire smoke blankets South Coast
Air quality plummets in Metro Vancouver as wildfire smoke blankets South Coast

Smoke from fires in British Columbia drifting into Washington and Idaho will cause unhealthy air levels through Tuesday, the weather service said. The homes in the Haypress Lakes Area remain under an evacuation warning while the warning that had been in effect for the rest of the subdivision was lifted.

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  • Measles outbreak hits 107 people, 21 states
Measles outbreak hits 107 people, 21 states

The CDC says a majority of those cases were diagnosed in people who were not vaccinated. 2018 is on track to become one of the worst years for measles in the last decade. Measles is highly contagious and is spread through the air by breathing, coughing, or sneezing. The CDC didn't say how many of those cases were in Kansas.

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  • Amazon To Buy Somerville-Based Online Pharmacy PillPack
Amazon To Buy Somerville-Based Online Pharmacy PillPack

Walmart was in talks to acquire PillPack earlier this year for less than $1 billion, CNBC reports, and the company was last valued at $360 million. "We're excited to see what we can do together on behalf of customers over time". The announcement comes one week after Amazon , JPMorgan Chase and Berkshire Hathaway revealed the CEO of th...

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  • Gaming disorder recognized by World Health Organization
Gaming disorder recognized by World Health Organization

The WHO's latest reference bible of recognised and diagnosable diseases describes addiction to digital and video gaming as "a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behaviour" that becomes so extensive that it "takes precedence over other life interests".

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