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Pentagon restricts fitness trackers, after apps revealed secret bases

The restriction likely won't affect troops and personnel at major military bases in the USA or the Pentagon itself; but those in more sensitive locations like Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan will probably be impacted. Concerns about exercise trackers emerged in January after the company Strava published The Global Heat Map , using satellite information to map the locations of subscribers to its fitness service.

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August Is Breastfeeding Awareness Month

In his Breastfeeding Awareness Month Proclamation, Governor Snyder stated that MI is committed to reducing infant mortality and increasing the health of mothers and babies. Abuja - Dr Chris Isokpunwu , Head of Nutrition, Federal Ministry of Health , says exclusive breastfeeding saves lives, boosts economy and contributes to better health outcomes for women and children.

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Lady Gaga mourns 'Born This Way' model Zombie Boy

Management for Rick posted a tribute on Facebook , saying they were "shocked and pained" by his death. We should work harder to change the culture and to pay more attention to mental health, you need to get rid of prejudices, about which we can not speak.

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New Ebola outbreak confirmed in Democratic Republic of Congo

The response to the presumptive positive outbreak of Ebola in north-eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) will be "highly complex", according to a senior public health expert at the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).

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Drain the pools of water: West Nile reaches record high in Pa.

According to the Department of Public Health and Environment, the Mead resident became ill on July 27 and was hospitalized the next day. Less than 1 percent of those people contracting the virus will develop severe symptoms. Most infected people don't exhibit any symptoms but if you do you should see a healthcare professional immediately. Things like bird baths should be changed at least weekly.

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FDA warns 'vaginal rejuvenation' treatments may pose safety risks

The FDA said it was "deeply concerned" people were being injured with these procedures. MONDAY, July 30, 2018 (HealthDay News ) - Despite their growing popularity, there's no evidence that so-called "vaginal rejuvenation" procedures are either safe or effective, the U.S.