I Possess Terminal Breast Cancer, but I’m Easy Spending Thousands of Bucks Every Year on Prices My Insurance Obtained’t Quilt

I Possess Terminal Breast Cancer, but I’m Easy Spending Thousands of Bucks Every Year...

I Have Terminal Breast Cancer, but I'm Still Spending Thousands of Dollars Each Year on Costs My Insurance Won't CoverOn a recent trip to CVS, I bought Biotène mouthwash ($11) because I had been experiencing dry mouth as a result of my chemotherapy regimen. Prior to that I picked up a prescription gel to treat acne…
Sleep And Alzheimer’s: Cerebrospinal Fluid Washes Away Toxins : Shots

Sleep And Alzheimer’s: Cerebrospinal Fluid Washes Away Toxins : Shots

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Reporter Identified With Breast Most cancers After Live-Streaming Mammogram

Reporter Identified With Breast Most cancers After Live-Streaming Mammogram

Ali Meyer/Instagram When Ali Meyer live-streamed her first mammogram, a breast cancer diagnosis was not what she was planning to receive A year ago, at the age of 40, local Oklahoma City news reporter Ali Meyer decided to live-stream her first ever mammogram on Facebook. The mother-of-four and Emmy-award winning journalist’s greatest hope was to…
WHO, DRC note tighter ideas for Ebola care over immunity considerations

WHO, DRC note tighter ideas for Ebola care over immunity considerations

The World Health Organization (WHO) and Congolese authorities are proposing changes to how some Ebola patients are cared for, new guidelines show, after a patient's death challenged the accepted medical theory that survivors are immune to reinfection. There are many unanswered questions surrounding the circumstances of the woman's death in the Democratic Republic of the…
Minnesota Division of Effectively being stories 1st flu dying of season

Minnesota Division of Effectively being stories 1st flu dying of season

Photo: CDC/MGN Updated: October 31, 2019 04:02 PM The Minnesota Department of Health documented the state's first flu death of the season, according to a report released on Thursday. The MDH's Influenza & Respiratory Illness Activity Report shows one death associated with influenza has been recorded so far this season. The death occurred in a previous…
Four Of A Family In Telangana Die Of Dengue In Over 15 Days

Four Of A Family In Telangana Die Of Dengue In Over 15 Days

The family lives in Telangana's Mancherial district.Hyderabad: Four people of a family died of dengue in Telangana's Mancherial district over a period of 15 days. The latest victim was a 28-year-old woman, who died on Wednesday -- a day after giving birth at a hospital in Secundrabad.Soni, 28, had suffered the trauma of losing three others…
Journalist is diagnosed with breast cancer after she reside streamed her mammogram for a section

Journalist is diagnosed with breast cancer after she reside streamed her mammogram for a...

An Oklahoma-based journalist was diagnosed with breast cancer after she live-streamed her first ever mammogram for breast cancer awareness month.  Ali Meyer, 41, celebrated her 40th birthday last year and everything seemed well until she had a breast cancer screening exam six months later in October 2018. But moments later the Oklahoma's News 4 reporter appears in footage sobbing…
FWC Investigating Mutilated Alligator Found in St. Petersburg

FWC Investigating Mutilated Alligator Found in St. Petersburg

By Spectrum News Staff Pinellas County PUBLISHED 9:32 PM ET Oct. 30, 2019 PUBLISHED October 30, 2019 @9:32 PM SHARE ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is investigating who is responsible for mutilating a gator found floating in a St. Petersburg waterway on Wednesday. The gator was reportedly found floating…
These firms need pics of your poop

These firms need pics of your poop

Stock photo (CNN) — The next time you go to the bathroom, a couple startups are hoping you’ll snap a photo before you flush. For scientific reasons, of course. No, really. Two companies — Auggi, a gut-health startup that’s building an app for people to track gastrointestinal issues, and Seed Health, which works on applying…
Fecal transplant medical doctors supply rebuttal after patient’s loss of life

Fecal transplant medical doctors supply rebuttal after patient’s loss of life

October 30, 2019 | 8:27pm Enlarge Image Syringes are filled with stool to treat patients by Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT). AFP via Getty Images A procedure that was touted as the future of medicine left a patient dead last summer, and now doctors are bringing transparency to the still-new technology. Doctors, books and blogs have…

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