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Global Health: Measles Outbreak Infects 695, Highest Number Since 2000
The outbreak, linked to skepticism about vaccines, has led to extraordinary measures, including $1,000 fines and bans on unvaccinated children in public.
Americans Are Among the Most Stressed People in the World, Poll Finds
An annual, global Gallup poll, released Thursday, reported that feelings of stress and worry are particularly high in the United States.
W.H.O. Says Limited or No Screen Time for Children Under 5
Infants under 1 year old should not be exposed to electronic screens, and children between the ages of 2 and 4 should not have more than one daily hour of “sedentary screen time,” the agency said Wednesday.
Global Health: Widespread Testing Begins on Malaria Vaccine That Is Only Partly Effective
Despite the vaccine’s drawbacks, the W.H.O. endorsed testing on 360,000 children, in an effort to lower death rates in Africa.
Scientists Create Speech From Brain Signals
A prosthetic voice decodes what the brain intends to say and generates (mostly) understandable speech, no muscle movement needed.
The Giants at the Heart of the Opioid Crisis
Civil suits filed by three states accuse pharmaceutical distributors of flooding the country with opioids while devising systems to evade regulators.
Woman Wakes After 27 Years Unconscious
An Emirati mother who suffered brain damage in a car accident in 1991 made an unexpected recovery at a clinic in Germany.
Wary of Chinese Espionage, Houston Cancer Center Chose to Fire 3 Scientists
The director of the National Institutes of Health said that 55 similar investigations into possible foreign exploitation of American research are happening nationwide.
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Americans Sitting More Than Ever, and Tech Is to Blame
Title: Americans Sitting More Than Ever, and Tech Is to Blame
AHA News: With Humor -- and Brain-Shaped Jell-O -- This Doctor Teaches Kids About Health
Title: AHA News: With Humor -- and Brain-Shaped Jell-O -- This Doctor Teaches Kids About Health
Can Obesity Shrink Your Brain?
Title: Can Obesity Shrink Your Brain?
Many E-Cigs Loaded With Germs, Study Finds
Title: Many E-Cigs Loaded With Germs, Study Finds
Fatal Medical Emergencies on the Rise Worldwide: Study
Title: Fatal Medical Emergencies on the Rise Worldwide: Study
Don't Assume Pot Will Make You Fat
Title: Don't Assume Pot Will Make You Fat
3 Parenting Essentials to Safeguard Kids' Well-Being
Title: 3 Parenting Essentials to Safeguard Kids' Well-Being
Do-It-Yourself Veggie Noodles
Title: Do-It-Yourself Veggie Noodles
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Measles: 'My baby's eyes were swollen shut'
Jilly Moss's daughter Alba spent eight days in a London hospital after contracting the viral illness.

'Exhilarating' implant turns thoughts to speech
The technology could eventually help those who have lost their voice to speak again.

No sedentary screen time for babies, WHO says
Children under two should not be given screens or TV to keep them quiet, new guidelines say.

Parkinson's results beyond researchers' wildest dreams
Patients are now able to walk more freely as a result of electrical stimulation to their spines.

Malaria vaccine rolled out for tens of thousands of children
The treatment, developed over 30 years, is the first to give partial protection to children, WHO says.

UAE woman Munira Abdulla wakes up after 27 years in a coma
Munira Abdulla, from the United Arab Emirates, had been unconscious since 1991 after a car crash.

Campaign to tackle 'botched' cosmetic procedures
The use of self-injected dermal and lip fillers is rising, along with dangerous cosmetic surgery.

Older women exploited by IVF clinics, says fertility watchdog
Clinics are using "selective success rates" to target older women, the fertility watchdog warns.

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U.S. measles outbreak triggers quarantine at two Los Angeles universities
A nationwide measles outbreak has led health officials to quarantine dozens of people at two Los Angeles universities, officials said on Thursday.

Brazil's Bolsonaro shocked by high number of penis amputations
Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday expressed horror over the 1,000 penis amputations that occur each year in the country including those due to a lack of basic hygiene, a figure he called "ridiculous and sad."

U.S. judge blocks new Trump abortion rule for health clinics
A federal judge in Washington state on Thursday blocked a Trump administration rule that would prohibit taxpayer-funded family planning clinics from referring patients to abortion providers, according to the state attorney general.

Homemade kits with tourniquets make gunshot first aid more available
(Reuters Health) - Homemade kits used to train bystanders to step in and stop bleeding after a gunshot wound could save lives, a new report suggests.

News coverage of violent events may contribute to 'cycle of distress'
(Reuters Health) - In the wake of violent events like mass shootings or natural disasters, people who watch the most media coverage of the story are more likely to show post-traumatic stress symptoms months later, a small U.S. study suggests.

Drugmakers Astellas, Amgen to pay $125 million in U.S. charity kickback probe
Two drugmakers will pay nearly $125 million to resolve claims they used charities that help cover Medicare patients' out-of-pocket drug costs as a way to pay kickbacks aimed at encouraging the use of their high-priced medications, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday.

Bausch Health's lotion for plaque psoriasis wins FDA approval
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday approved Bausch Health Companies Inc's topical plaque psoriasis treatment, which is expected to be a key revenue driver for the company.

Burdened at home, some physician mothers consider career change
(Reuters Health) - Like many working mothers, female physicians with kids often handle most housework and childcare duties, and the high burden of domestic duties prompts some to consider a career change, a new study suggests.

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Measles: 'My baby's eyes were swollen shut'
Jilly Moss's daughter Alba spent eight days in a London hospital after contracting the viral illness.

'Exhilarating' implant turns thoughts to speech
The technology could eventually help those who have lost their voice to speak again.

No sedentary screen time for babies, WHO says
Children under two should not be given screens or TV to keep them quiet, new guidelines say.

Cancer test treats patients with precision
The medical team are able to extract huge amounts of information from tiny fragments of DNA.

'My hands and legs needed to go when I got meningitis'
Mike Davies spent 70 days in intensive care with meningococcal meningitis and septicaemia.

Coventry neurosurgeon gave patient 'appalling' surgery
Doctors say his work on a woman now "virtually unable to walk" is deeply flawed.

Parkinson's results beyond researchers' wildest dreams
Patients are now able to walk more freely as a result of electrical stimulation to their spines.

Campaign to tackle 'botched' cosmetic procedures
The use of self-injected dermal and lip fillers is rising, along with dangerous cosmetic surgery.


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Measles outbreak sparks quarantine orders at 2 Los Angeles universities
Some students and employees at two Los Angeles universities have been quarantined due to possible contact with the measles virus, official said.
Two-thirds of Americans blame drug companies for opioid crisis, new poll says
About two-thirds of Americans believe drug companies are to blame for the opioid crisis, although nearly as many hold drug users themselves responsible, a new poll finds.
Girl bitten by blood-sucking ‘kissing bug’ inside her home
A Delaware girl was bitten by a blood-sucking kissing bug inside her home.
Ball pits are crawling with disease-causing germs that can make your kids sick, study suggests
Ball pits are colorful, fun and ... crawling with germs, so says a study published late last month in the American Journal of Infection Control.
FDA found harmful bacteria at 21 percent of ice cream plants tested after deadly 2015 listeria outbreak: report
It’s often the ones we love who hurt us the most – in this case, the offender being ice cream.
Texas woman who suffered third-degree burns after falling on curling iron opens up about harrowing injury
A mom in Texas says she isn’t about to let a tragic injury keep her from feeling beautiful inside and out.
Over 165,000 pounds of ground beef recalled amid E. coli outbreak
Meat producers in Georgia and Illinois have issued the recalls after products shipped to distributors tested positive for E. coli contamination.
Some teens who vape nicotine don’t realize they're ingesting the chemical, study suggests
Teens who vape may not realize how much nicotine they are consuming — if they aware they are consuming it at all —  when using e-cigarettes, a new study released this week found.
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