Mom shares heartbreaking final photo of ‘healthy’ daughter as warning – New York Post

By Alexandria Hein, Fox News May 3, 2019 | 3:26pm | Updated May 3, 2019 | 3:41pm Enlarge Image Three-month-old Fleur Edwards died just hours after this family photo was taken. Edwards family/SWNS A grieving mother in the UK has shared the last family photo that includes her seemingly healthy baby taken just hours before…

A Vaccine For Dengue, Just Approved By The FDA, Has A Dark History : Goats and Soda – NPR

At a Feb. 21, 2018, Philippine Senate hearing in Manila on deaths linked to the dengue vaccine, families brought photos of children who had been vaccinated. Noel Celis /AFP/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Noel Celis /AFP/Getty Images At a Feb. 21, 2018, Philippine Senate hearing in Manila on deaths linked to the dengue vaccine,…

With Alzheimer’s Drugs Still Elusive, Scientists Now Look Beyond Amyloid : Shots – Health News – NPR

Phil Gutis with his dog, Abe, who died last year. Gutis, who has Alzheimer’s, hoped an experimental drug could help preserve his memories. Courtesy of Timothy Weaver hide caption toggle caption Courtesy of Timothy Weaver Phil Gutis with his dog, Abe, who died last year. Gutis, who has Alzheimer’s, hoped an experimental drug could help…

Map: Every measles case in California’s 2019 outbreak – Sacramento Bee

This is why measles is so dangerous Cleveland Clinic explains how measles comes on, develops, can get complicated and how to prevent the infectious disease. By Cleveland Clinic explains how measles comes on, develops, can get complicated and how to prevent the infectious disease. By More than a dozen states have reported measles cases to…

Why sleeping less than 7 hours can lead to heart disease and early death – MarketWatch

Do you get enough sleep? If not, that could be a potentially fatal problem. Decades of research has shown that chronic short sleep is associated with increased risk of clogged arteries, heart disease, and early mortality. A new study in the monthly peer-reviewed journal Experimental Physiology has a theory on why lack of sleep increases…

Ebola outbreak deaths top 1,000 amid worsening security situation | TheHill – The Hill

More than 1,000 people have died in two provinces of Congo in the second-worst outbreak of the Ebola virus recorded in modern times.The Congolese health ministry said Friday that 1,529 people had been infected in the outbreak, which is concentrated in two trading cities in North Kivu Province. Of those, 1,008 people have died, a…

Intriguing New Drug Therapies May Boost Social Skills in People with Autism – Gizmodo

Photo: Matt Cardy (Getty Images)New research seems to show encouraging progress in helping treat the complex neurodevelopmental disorder autism. Two unrelated clinical trials, involving men and children with autism, suggest that using drugs to interact with a hormone called vasopressin could improve the social functioning of people living with the disorder, though one approach may…

Cruise ship in St. Lucia quarantined over confirmed measles case – NBC News

Breaking News EmailsGet breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings.SUBSCRIBEMay 1, 2019, 6:25 PM UTC / Updated May 1, 2019, 8:45 PM UTCBy David K. Li, Daniela Mencos and Meg TirrellA cruise ship with nearly 300 passengers and crew was ordered quarantined in the Caribbean port of St. Lucia…

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