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Atlanta Airport places a high risk area for measles, the study says

Atlanta has largely avoided the resurgence of the bark. One threat can change this: the most loaded airport in the world. This is enough to place Clayton County among the 25 US counties with the highest outbreak risk. A study published Thursday in the journal The Lancet Infectious Diseases, a peer-reviewed medical journal. Clayton, where Hartsfield-Jackson International is based, ranks …

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Huntington's promising drugs are receiving extensive research: Shots

Scientists are preparing a major study to determine if a drug can drown a gene that is causing a devastating disease called Huntington's Disease. This development follows the discovery that the experimental drug lowered the level of defective protein that causes this malaise. The new study will determine if this drug can also stop the progression of the disease. This …

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Seven New Bark Exposure Sites In Rokland Exit

The Rukland County Council officials announced seven new possible spots on six sites and one taxi service in Nannet and Mons. There were 224 confirmed cases of measles since the start of the outbreak last year, starting on Thursday, May 9. Anyone who has visited any of the following places or used the following cabs may be subject to bark. …

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A group of nearly 50 of Guding's exposed bark virus South Idaho Local News

GOODING – South Central Health District is investigating a group of nearly 50 people from Guding who were subjected to a measles virus during April while traveling together in Seattle, but none of them now exhibit symptoms of the disease. Nurses and epidemiologists examined all patients on Thursday, reports SCPHD. The SCPHD will continue to observe group symptoms by May …

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A diabetic drug can cause an infection that destroys genitals, warns the study

A certain type of drug used to treat diabetes may help in the fight against the disease, but a new study advises physicians to look for alarming signs of a dangerously infectious drug that consumes mice in patients taking this drug – which can even kill. [Pergangra"extremelyrareharmfultolife"disordercombinedwiththemanagementofthecontrolofproductsoftheillnessesexaminedthecasesofpatientswithinfection All these patients received SGLT2 inhibitors from March 2013 to January this year, …

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