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U.S. vaping-related deaths rise to 18, illnesses surpass 1,000: CDC

More than a third of patients are under age 21, but the deaths have been older adults who apparently had more difficulty recovering. Officials have yet to identify the cause for the outbreak, which dates back to late March, and are pursuing multiple lines of investigation.

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Men Less Likely To Survive Breast Cancer Than Women

Although Breast Cancer Awareness Month brings more attention to the disease in October, new information about the disease and screening options emerges year-round. Screening should continue as long as a woman is in good health. Male breast cancer is said to occur when some breast cells divide more rapidly than healthy cells and form a tumour.

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Bernie Sanders has heart procedure for artery blockage

Kamala Harris, D-Calif., at 7%. The campaign says two stents were "successfully inserted" and that Sanders "is conversing and in good spirits". He said that Sanders felt chest discomfort during a campaign event. Democratic presidential candidates Benrie Sanders, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren take part in the a debate at Texas Southern University, Sept.

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No need to reduce red meat or processed meat intake, study claims

The World Health Organisation International Agency for Research on Cancer says that processed meat is carcinogenic, while red meat is "probably carcinogenic". not to eat meat for a decade?" Dr David Nunan, senior researcher at the centre for evidence-based medicine, University of Oxford, said the experienced team of researchers "likely did a good job and the findings and judgments are likely to be robust and trustworthy".

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New Cases Of Vaping-Related Illnesses In Mass. Reported To CDC

Bharel has mandated that MA clinicians immediately report any unexplained vaping-associated lung injury to her department. Of all the suspected cases, 51 are still being investigated, according to Public Health Commissioner Monica Bharel.

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How risky is eating red meat for your health?

In an editorial portion of the study , researchers wrote, "The overall recommendations, contrary to nearly all others that exist, suggested that adults continue to eat their current levels of red and processed meat unless they felt inclined to change them themselves".