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    1. One afternoon in 2014, May Bernhardt, an 87-year-old Inupiat Eskimo with stringy gray hair, toothlessly chewed a banana. Bernhardt lives in a nursing home in the Alaskan Arctic, and like the ...

    2. The FDA is not required to follow the advice of its panels, but it usually does. The treatment, which involves replacing a nonworking gene with a new one, is opening a new world for children ...

    3. Flu shots in stock

      Jackson Hole News & Guide4 hours ago

      As with every year, Teton County Public Health officials are encouraging people to get vaccinated. “Some at-risk populations can get very ill with influenza and experience serious side ...

    4. HealthWatch: 9 Ways to Prevent a Stroke!

      WFRV 5 Green Bay3 hours ago

      Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S., but did you know that 80 percent of all strokes are preventable? Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. Uncontrolled ...

    5. Prader-Willi means the sweet tot, two, is tube-fed and still fits into baby clothes.

    6. Although children younger than 6 months are at high risk of serious flu illness they are too young to be vaccinated, with the CDC advising that people who care for infants ...

    7. Today's Daily Dose brings you news about Akari and Ignyta's public offering; Conatus' drug candidate securing orphan designation from the European Medicines Agency; FDA approval of Gilead's ...

    8. While much of what Lacivita learned about national trends was alarming and state trends even moreso, some of the statistics for Gulf County were downright frightening.

    9. Rates of obesity in children and teenagers around the world are 10 times higher than they were 40 years ago, according to a global study.

    10. Listen up: Treating hearing loss may help prevent dementia

      Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune2 days ago

      Recent research found nine lifestyles changes that could protect your brain.

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