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Enterovirus 68 now sickening children in Northeast

Enterovirus 68 now sickening children in Northeast

NEW YORK, Sept. 13 (UPI) --Enterovirus 68, virus hospitalizing children in the U.S. Midwest, has now made its way into the Northeast, with cases found in New York and Connecticut.
Danielle Haynes
Virgina girl goes to hospital after touching puss caterpillar

Virgina girl goes to hospital after touching puss caterpillar

PORTSMOUTH, Va., Sept. 13 (UPI) --Two-year-old Portsmouth, Va. girl goes to the hospital after touching the puss caterpillar.
Heather Records
NFL players have 30 percent chance of developing Alzheimer's or dementia

NFL players have 30 percent chance of developing Alzheimer's or dementia

WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 (UPI) --National Football League players have a nearly 30 percent chance of developing Alzheimer's or dementia, according to new report.
Brooks Hays
Study: Meditation offers migraine relief

Study: Meditation offers migraine relief

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., Sept. 11 (UPI) --A new study suggests meditation and yogic breathing can help mitigate migraine pain -- specifically a routine called mindfulness-based stress reduction.
Brooks Hays
Cincinnati hospital limiting visits to enterovirus patients

Cincinnati hospital limiting visits to enterovirus patients

CINCINNATI, Sept. 11 (UPI) --Cincinnati Children's Hospital has put new visitation restrictions in place to protect the population and curb the spread of the enterovirus.
Brooks Hays
For the third time in two years, FDA approves weight loss pill

For the third time in two years, FDA approves weight loss pill

WASHINGTON, Sept. 11 (UPI) --For the third time in two years, the Food and Drug Administration approves a new weight-loss pill
Heather Records
Morning exercise helps calm ADHD symptoms in children

Morning exercise helps calm ADHD symptoms in children

EAST LANSING, Mich., Sept. 10 (UPI) --According to a new study, daily before-school aerobic activities helped calm attention deficit problems in at-risk schoolchildren.
Brooks Hays
Drugs used to treat anxiety, insomnia linked to Alzheimer's

Drugs used to treat anxiety, insomnia linked to Alzheimer's

MONTREAL, Sept. 10 (UPI) --A new study links benzodiazepines, a popular class of drugs used to treat anxiety and insomnia, with a increased risk of developing Alzheimer's.
Brooks Hays
New study finds 9 out of 10 children in the U.S. eat too much salt

New study finds 9 out of 10 children in the U.S. eat too much salt

ATLANTA, Sept. 9 (UPI) --A new study by the CDC finds 9 out of 10 American children eat too much salt.
Heather Records
Eating is addictive, but fat and sugar aren't like drugs

Eating is addictive, but fat and sugar aren't like drugs

EDINBURGH, Scotland, Sept. 9 (UPI) --A new study suggests that while eating itself my be psychologically addictive, fat and sugar don't act like drugs.
Brooks Hays
Male birth control only a few years away

Male birth control only a few years away

WASHINGTON, Sept. 9 (UPI) --A form of male birth control known as Vasalgel has proven effective in an early baboon trial, and its developers say it could be on the market by 2017.
Brooks Hays
Early intervention treatment mitigates autism symptoms in infants

Early intervention treatment mitigates autism symptoms in infants

SACRAMENTO, Sept. 9 (UPI) --A new study showed when signs of autism are spotted and treated early, symptoms can be significantly reduced and developmental delays can be erased.
Brooks Hays
Miami patient tests negative for Ebola

Miami patient tests negative for Ebola

MIAMI, Sept. 8 (UPI) --A Miami patient admitted last week for Ebola-like symptoms remains in the hospital after testing negative for the virus at the end of last week.
Brooks Hays
CDC: Midwest enterovirus could be 'tip of iceberg'

CDC: Midwest enterovirus could be 'tip of iceberg'

WASHINGTON, Sept. 8 (UPI) --The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said the enterovirus causing hundreds of hospitalization in the Midwest is just the "tip of the iceberg."
Aileen Graef
Short hourly walks reverse ill effects of sitting

Short hourly walks reverse ill effects of sitting

BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Sept. 8 (UPI) --New research out of Indiana University suggests a quick five-minute walk every hour can reverse the ill-effects of extended sitting.
Brooks Hays
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