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Florida teen dies of mono after she to birth with tested adverse and it precipitated a STROKE
A Florida teenager has died after contracting mononucleosis, also known as the 'kissing disease.'Ariana Rae Delfs, 17, from Fernandina Beach, began experiencing a sore throat and a near-constant headache about three weeks ago, but her parents assumed she just had a cold or the flu. They took her to see a doctor who ran several tests, including…
Deadly ‘superbugs’ destroyed by molecular drills
An illustration shows how motorized nanomachines triggered by light drill into bacteria, making a path for antibiotics. Experiments showed the bacteria became susceptible again to the antibiotic meropenem, to which it had developed resistance. Credit: Don Thushara Galbadage/Biola University Molecular drills have gained the ability to target and destroy deadly bacteria that have evolved resistance…
Health officers confirm Louisville’s first flu demise of season
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Food labels that embody exercise advice could per chance also support battle obesity, researchers claim
You might think twice about what you eat.U.K. researchers claim that a new food labeling system that would show how much exercise would be needed to burn off the food’s calories could help battle obesity. However, critics are claiming it could promote eating disorders.VEGAN WOMAN, 48, CREDITS DIET FOR YOUTHFUL LOOKSThe proposed food labeling system, called…
UFC 245 Embedded: Vlog Series
Am 12.12.2019 veröffentlichtOn Episode 4 of UFC 245 Embedded, UFC Performance Institute hosts a series of athletes getting ready for Saturday: featherweight title challenger Alexander Volkanovski, bantamweight Marlon Moraes and welterweight title challenger Colby Covington. “The Great,” “Chaos” and bantamweight Germaine de Randamie answer fan questions at a UFC 245 athlete panel, followed by the…