October 19, 2018

Why 5 million Americans get their wisdom teeth removed each year – Business Insider India

Business Insider IndiaWhy 5 million Americans get their wisdom teeth removed each yearBusiness Insider IndiaWisdom teeth suck for many reasons - they can be painful and if left untreated, can cause tooth decay, gum infection, and even tumors. Each year...
October 19, 2018

Only 53 BVD-positive animals remain in Ireland – see where they are – Independent.ie


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Only 53 BVD-positive animals remain in Ireland - see where they are
Independent.ie
Results on the national BVD eradication programme by the end of September 2018, shows that significant progress toward eradication has been made and just 53 BVD-positive animals remain in Ireland, new figures from Animal Health Ireland (AHI) show.
All-Ireland maps show scale of work needed to tackle NI's BVD problemsAgriland

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October 19, 2018

Eleven worms pulled out of baby’s eyeball after they were caught from pet – Metro


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Eleven worms pulled out of baby's eyeball after they were caught from pet
Metro
Doctors pulled 11 living worms out of a baby's eye with tweezers after they were caught from a neighbour's pet. The five-month-old baby, named as Dong Dong, was taken to hospital after their mum noticed discomfort in their eye. Medics saw numerous ...
Eleven WORMS pulled from child's eye in stomach-churning videoDaily Star
Stomach-churning moment doctors remove 11 live worms from a baby's EYEThe Sun
Stomach-churning moment doctor removes 15cm-long parasitic worm from man's eyeRSVP Live

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October 19, 2018

Bones of contention: Instagrammer discovers she is at risk of developing osteoporosis due to overexercising – Irish Examiner


Irish Examiner

Bones of contention: Instagrammer discovers she is at risk of developing osteoporosis due to overexercising
Irish Examiner
Osteoporosis can strike at any age as Instagrammer Nathalie Lennon discovered when an extreme fitness regimen put her at risk of developing the bone disease. Clodagh Finn reports. NEW OUTLOOK: Nathalie Lennon has reversed the damage caused by ...
Bone quiz: From Beckham's break to Skeletor's scruffBBC News
Keeping bones strongHarvard Health
World Osteoporosis Day 2018: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment Options and Why This Bone Disease Affects Men and ...LatestLY

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October 19, 2018

BSE discovery on Aberdeenshire farm a ‘nightmare’ for farming sector – Press and Journal


Press and Journal

BSE discovery on Aberdeenshire farm a 'nightmare' for farming sector
Press and Journal
Farm leaders have been quick to reassure consumers of the safety of Scottish beef after a case of BSE was confirmed on an Aberdeenshire farm. It is the first time in a decade the disease has been detected in Scotland. But despite it being described as ...
'No cause for alarm' here after BSE case in ScotlandIndependent.ie
Mad cow disease has been spotted in Scotland - that should reassure us allThe Independent
Mad Cow disease found on Aberdeenshire farmNews-Medical.net
RTE.ie -NEWS.com.au -thejournal.ie -Fiji Times
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October 18, 2018

Family Doctors Are ‘Not Doing Enough’ to Curb STDs – U.S. News & World Report


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Family Doctors Are 'Not Doing Enough' to Curb STDs
U.S. News & World Report
Although many family physicians are traditionally reluctant to discuss sexual health with their patients, the CDC is urging them to do more of it. By Kaiser Health News, Contributor. By Kaiser Health News, Contributor Oct. 18, 2018, at 10:38 a.m.. More.
You can have an STD and show zero symptoms — here's how to find out if you're infectedYahoo7 News
Diagnostic Testing of STDs Market is Anticipated to Reach a Value of US$108.5 bn by 2019Automotive Magazine

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October 18, 2018

Knaresborough family reveals devastating financial costs of Alexandra’s brain tumour battle – Harrogate Advertiser


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Knaresborough family reveals devastating financial costs of Alexandra's brain tumour battle
Harrogate Advertiser
The sister of a Knaresborough woman who tragically died after battling brain cancer has backed a new report, highlighting the financial costs of living with the disease and the distress it causes. Alexandra Foulis faced so many additional challenges ...
Brain Tumour Ireland are calling on Donegal locals to join in and support #WearAHatDayDonegal Now
#HatsforHope: Raise awareness for brain tumours with a tuque and a smileA Journal of Musical Things (blog)
Chester woman speaks about punishing financial burden of a brain tumour after her father died from the disease on ...The Chester Standard

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October 18, 2018

Case of ‘Mad cow disease’ found on Scottish farm – RTE.ie


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Case of 'Mad cow disease' found on Scottish farm
RTE.ie
A case of BSE, or so-called "mad cow disease", has been identified at a farm in Scotland, a decade since it was last confirmed. Restrictions have been put in place at the unnamed farm as investigators try to establish the source of the fatal disease ...
Explainer: What is BSE - and should we be concerned about this Scottish case?thejournal.ie
'Mad cow disease' at Aberdeenshire farm after BSE confirmedBBC News
'Mad cow disease': What is BSE?BBC News
Belfast Telegraph -ABC News -Express.co.uk -The Week UK
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October 18, 2018

Call for mandatory flu jab for frontline health staff – RTE.ie


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Call for mandatory flu jab for frontline health staff
RTE.ie
The flu vaccine should be mandatory for health professionals working in high-risk areas, such as intensive care, cancer wards and emergency departments, according to a report from the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland. The report, Influenza ...
Are You Taking Care of Your Own Health?DailyNurse (blog)
Flu vaccine should be mandatory for healthcare workers, Royal College of Physicians saysIrish Examiner
Nottinghamshire health officials urge: 'Flu can kill so get vaccinated'West Bridgford Wire
thejournal.ie -The Guardian -The BMJ -BreakingNews.ie
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October 18, 2018

Recognizing that there’s a problem is key to treating depression – Wichita State Sunflower


Wichita State Sunflower

Recognizing that there's a problem is key to treating depression
Wichita State Sunflower
A student takes a mental health check-up screening in the RSC Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. The WSU Counseling and Testing Center set up a booth for students to take the screening for the National Depression Screening Day. Depression is prevalent on ...
Depression Screening Market Outlook, Geographical Segmentation, Industry Size & Share, Comprehensive Analysis to ...Our Market Research

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