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Helping children process hate: A Jewish perspective

Nov 16, 2018 , CNN Health
Having children tends to increase our agony during moments of violence. I don't know a parent who, after hearing about innocent people being hurt or killed, doesn't instinctively reach for their kids and long to never let go....
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Yet Another Selfie? You Might Be a Narcissist

Nov 16, 2018 , WebMD
In a small new study, the people who posted a high number of images and selfies on social media had an average 25 percent increase in narcissistic traits such as exhibitionism, a sense of entitlement and exploitation of others, researchers...
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These 30 Under 30 Founders Want Your Genome

Nov 16, 2018 , Forbes
A startup cofounded by Harvard genomics pioneer George Church and two Forbes 30 Under 30 members is now seeking people who want to have their genome...
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Free Glucose Monitors For Type 1 Diabetics

Nov 16, 2018 , Forbes
Coinciding with World Diabetes Day, the National Health Service (NHS) in England is providing funding for Flash Glucose Monitors (FGM) for Type 1 Diabetic (T1D) patients. The move is set to change the lives of tens of thousands of people in the...
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The Funny Psychology Of Why We Love The Taste Of Coffee

Nov 16, 2018 , Forbes
People who are more sensitive to the bitterness of coffee drink more of it, not less. There's a good psychological explanation as to...
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Does Your Turkey Have Salmonella? Assume It Does

Nov 16, 2018 , WebMD
Consumer Reports this week urged the U.S. Department of Agriculture to name the brands and raw turkey products that have made 164 people sick in 35 states since November...
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Like Coffee? You May Be Genetically Wired That Way

Nov 16, 2018 , WebMD
In a study of more than 400,000 people, researcher found that the more sensitive people are to the bitter taste of caffeine, the more coffee they drink. The sensitivity is caused by a genetic...
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Some Diabetes Drugs, Higher Amputation Risk Linked

Nov 16, 2018 , WebMD
People on sodium-glucose cotransporter2 (SGLT2) inhibitors were twice as likely to require a lower limb amputation as people taking another type of diabetes medication, Scandinavian researchers have...
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Psoriasis associated with sexual dysfunction

Nov 16, 2018 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - People with psoriasis may be at increased risk of sexual dysfunction, particularly when they also suffer from mood disorders or arthritis, a research review suggests....
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Rise In Polio-Like Illnesses In Kids Comes At A Time When States’ Public Health Systems Are Already Stretched

Nov 16, 2018 , Kaiser Health News
"Insufficient funding has hampered the ability of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state and local health departments to keep pace with the new and continuing threats to the health of the American people and to fully fund prevention initiatives,” according to the Trust for America’s Health, a nonpartisan, Washington, D.C.-based research organization. In other public health news: the flu, salmonella, suicide, Ebola, ticks, genetic testing, and...
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Juul to phase out flavored pods at retail, back off social media

Nov 15, 2018 , Drug Store News - Retail
Juul Labs, maker of the eponymous, popular Juul e-cigarette, announced this week that it would be halting retail sales of its flavored nicotine pods as the Food and Drug Administration has taken aim at curbing the number of young people using e-cigarettes. Read More...
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Cause Of Polio-Like Illness In Children Continues To Stump Experts Even As Dozens Of More Cases Emerge

Nov 15, 2018 , Kaiser Health News
“What we do know is that these patients had fever and respiratory symptoms three to 10 days before their limb weakness," CDC's Dr. Nancy Messonnier said. "And we know that it’s the season where lots of people have fever and respiratory symptoms. What we need to sort out is what is the trigger for the [acute flaccid...
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Micardis vs. Diovan

Nov 15, 2018 , RxList
Diovan (valsartan) and Micardis (telmisartan) are angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs) used to control high blood pressure (hypertension), and to reduce the risk of stroke, heart attack, or death from heart problems in people risk factors for serious heart...
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Low-Carb Diets May Work By Boosting Calorie Burn

Nov 15, 2018 , WebMD
People placed on a low-carb, high-fat diet burned more daily calories, versus those given high-carb meals in a recent...
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HealthCare.gov open enrollment sign-ups still trailing last year

Nov 15, 2018 , Modern Healthcare Breaking News
Almost 1.2 million people signed up for Affordable Care Act exchange coverage during the first two weeks of open enrollment, according to the...
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Oregon Releases People Found Not Guilty By Reason Of Insanity More Quickly Than Nearly Every Other State

Nov 15, 2018 , Kaiser Health News
A ProPublica investigation shines a light on Oregon's unique process of reviewing the cases of defendants found not guilty by reason of insanity. About 35 percent of the people in that category were charged with new crimes within three years of being freed by state...
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All That Social Media May Boost Loneliness

Nov 15, 2018 , WebMD
Limiting your use of Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram to 30 minutes total or less per day results in reductions in depression and loneliness, especially for people who were moderately depressed to start with, researchers...
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How Your Mother's Love Life May Affect Your Own

Nov 15, 2018 , WebMD
People whose mothers who had more marriages or lived with more romantic partners were likely to follow the same path, a new study...
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Robust infosec requires organizational investment

Nov 15, 2018 , Mobile Health News
Christiana Care Health System CSIO Anahi Santiago says hospitals have to invest in security tools to stay ahead of cyberthreats. But she adds that it's just as important to focus on people and process as it is on...
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Bypass Beats Stents in Diabetes With Heart Trouble

Nov 14, 2018 , WebMD
People with diabetes who have coronary-artery bypass surgery survive about three years longer than those who have their blood vessels propped open with stents, new research...
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