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Why tourists are not in danger after confirmed Ebola case in Uganda | Buzz travel – Buzz.travel | eTurboNews | Travel News

Why tourists are not in danger after confirmed Ebola case in...

There is no threat for tourists traveling currently in Uganda. Future visitors planning a trip to this East African country should yet not consider canceling. A widely published case of Ebola this morning has no direct chance to become a threat to any visitor according to the Uganda Tourism Board. The situation seems to be…
NYC closes 10th Jewish school for violating vaccine order – Arutz Sheva

NYC closes 10th Jewish school for violating vaccine order – Arutz...

Sign warns people of measles in Williamsburg, BrooklynSpencer Platt/Getty Images New York City is shuttering an Orthodox school in Brooklyn because it has continued to admit unvaccinated students in violation of a city order. The Central UTA Satmar School for Boys, a Hasidic school in the Williamsburg neighborhood, will be closed Tuesday afternoon for violating…
Mumps outbreak: Bergen County, New Jersey jail placed on lockdown after suspected mumps outbreak – CBS News

Mumps outbreak: Bergen County, New Jersey jail placed on lockdown after...

A correctional facility in New Jersey has been placed on lockdown following five reported mumps cases among inmates. No additional inmates will be accepted at the Bergen County Jail, and none will be allowed to leave.  "So far no staffers are showing any signs of infection," Bergen County Executive James Tedesco said during a press…
Millions of cardiovascular deaths worldwide linked to low fruit, vegetable intake – Malay Mail

Millions of cardiovascular deaths worldwide linked to low fruit, vegetable intake...

New research has found that not eating enough fruits and vegetables may be linked to millions of deaths worldwide. — AFP picNEW YORK, June 11 ― A new preliminary study has estimated that around 1 in 7 cardiovascular deaths around the world could be linked to not eating enough fruit, and 1 in 12 cardiovascular…
Central Phoenix News Valley teen hospitalized in Germany with meningitis Angie Koehle 9:17 PM, Jun – ABC15 Arizona

Central Phoenix News Valley teen hospitalized in Germany with meningitis Angie...

PHOENIX, AZ — It was supposed to be just three friends, celebrating the end of school by country hopping in Europe.But eight days in, Raymond Reed was fighting an ear infection and told the other two to go on without him.He was staying in their Munich hotel for the night. "When we got back, his…
Several mosquito pools in Franklin County test positive for West Nile virus – 10TV

Several mosquito pools in Franklin County test positive for West Nile...

Published: 06/10/19 09:36 pm EDTUpdated: 06/10/19 10:26 pm EDT FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ohio – Several mosquito pools and traps in Franklin County have tested positive for the West Nile virus in the month of June.Franklin County Public Health sprayed in the areas of central Westerville, northern Prairie Township, and central Gahanna last week after traps tested…
Simple prostate cancer test can give all-clear for life – The Times

Simple prostate cancer test can give all-clear for life – The...

Prostate cancer can be hard to screen for because it grows very slowlyALAMY A “once in a lifetime” test for prostate cancer could be offered to men at the age of 55 under plans being investigated in a trial at UCL. Scientists think it may be possible to give men a one-off MRI scan in…
Rare tick-borne virus may have killed New Jersey veteran, left young man with reportedly ‘severe’ complication – New York Daily News

Rare tick-borne virus may have killed New Jersey veteran, left young...

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Schumer wants FDA to scrutinize chemicals in sunscreen that ‘seep into the bloodstream’ – New York Daily News

Schumer wants FDA to scrutinize chemicals in sunscreen that ‘seep into...

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BYU research: Here’s how to convince those on the fence why vaccines matter – KSL.com

BYU research: Here’s how to convince those on the fence why...

researchers from Baylor College of Medicine. Salt Lake City ranks number five.Measles outbreaks have hit 19 states this year, prompting an Intermountain Healthcare medical director in April to warn Utahns that we're just "one airline flight away" from our own outbreak. At least 981 measles cases have been confirmed this year in the U.S., according…

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