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Il n'y a ni vaccin, ni traitement. Le ministre français de l'Agriculture, Stéphane Travert, a souligné avoir demandé la mise en place immédiate d'un plan d'action renforcé contre la peste porcine africaine auprès des préfets des Ardennes, de la Meuse, de la Moselle et de la Meurthe-et-Moselle, départements frontaliers de la Belgique .
  • British women now among top drinkers in the world

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    The study team claims it supersede previous claims pertaining to alcohol use because they took the insights from 595 studies and 28 million people into consideration for their research. In 2016, the government cut the levels of alcohol it recommends for men and women to no more than 14 units a week - equivalent to six pints of average strength beer or seven glasses of wine.
  • Cases of West Nile virus continue to rise in Saginaw County

    Cases of West Nile virus continue to rise in Saginaw County

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    The Portage County Health and Human Services Division is asking for residents to watch for West Nile after it was found in the county. In addition to the eight human cases, three MI blood donors have had WNV detected in their blood. Be Aware of Peak Mosquito Hours - The hours from dusk to dawn are peak biting times for many mosquitoes. Cover up your exposed skin with long trousers and long sleeves.
  • Une lyonnaise débarquée d’un avion car son bébé a la varicelle — Ajaccio

    Une lyonnaise débarquée d’un avion car son bébé a la varicelle — Ajaccio

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    Sur le site internet de la compagnie aérienne Easyjet , des informations médicales générales sont disponibles pour les voyageurs concernant les conditions de vol (interdictions, autorisations, certificats médicaux.). Il faisait nuit , il n'y avait presque plus personne, et je me retrouve seule avec ma fille et mes grosses valises. "Là, j'ai pleuré toutes les larmes de mon corps", raconte-t-elle au quotidien.
  • Mollie Tibbetts' body found, suspect charged

    Mollie Tibbetts' body found, suspect charged

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    She was reported missing after she was unresponsive to text messages from her boyfriend, Dalton Jack, and was a no-show at work. President Donald Trump asked his audience at a rally Tuesday in Charleston, West Virginia, whether they had heard about the "illegal alien" from Mexico.
  • More Than 100 Syntheic Pot Overdoses Lead To Arrest In Connecticut

    More Than 100 Syntheic Pot Overdoses Lead To Arrest In Connecticut

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    The synthetic drug K2 is suspect to be the reason for these overdoses. So far, no deaths have been reported, although some had life-threatening symptoms. According to New Haven mayoral spokesperson Laurence Grotheer, some of the victims during the week were suffering from heatstroke rather than a drug overdose.
  • Mass Overdose Leaves Connecticut Park Strewn with Dozens of Drugged-Out Victims

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    Social workers and mental health professionals also responded to the New Haven Green, where most of the overdoses happened Wednesday. Some of the New Haven victims tested positive for the powerful opioid fentanyl, also blamed for overdoses, but authorities believe this week's overdoses were caused exclusively by synthetic marijuana.
  • West Nile Virus found in some mosquitoes in Portsmouth, Ohio area

    West Nile Virus found in some mosquitoes in Portsmouth, Ohio area

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    Last year, Toronto Public Health did not record the first lab-confirmed case of West Nile virus until August 25. Vaccines are not yet available for use in humans to tackle the mosquito-borne virus. Most infected people don't exhibit any symptoms but if you do you should see a healthcare professional immediately. Do not forget to drain water from tires, cans, flowerpots, clogged rain gutters, rain barrels, toys and puddles.
  • NYCHA developments set to become smoke-free Monday

    NYCHA developments set to become smoke-free Monday

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    This new policy will protect residents and staff of public housing units, many of whom are senior citizens, children, and people with disabilities, from the dangers of secondhand smoke. According to Nika Edwards, spokeswoman for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the three main reasons behind the ban are health, safety, and cost.
  • UK Court Makes Landmark Ruling in 'Right-to-Die' Campaign

    UK Court Makes Landmark Ruling in 'Right-to-Die' Campaign

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    The decision will make it easier to withdraw food and liquid to people in long-term vegetative states, allowing them to die. Medical staff will now be able to remove feeding tubes in such cases without having to apply to the Court of Protection, under previous laws.
  • 'Hot Water Challenge' leaves Indiana teen severely burned

    'Hot Water Challenge' leaves Indiana teen severely burned

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    Kyland says last week he and friend were watching hot water challenge videos on Youtube . "And then, like, I looked down at my chest, and my skin just fell off my chest, and then I went and I looked in a mirror and then I had skin falling off right here and on my face".
  • New drug to treat recurrent malaria gets approval

    New drug to treat recurrent malaria gets approval

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    Plasmodium vivax is particularly hard to eradicate because it can lie dormant in the liver for years before reawakening. The approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of the United States is seen as a shot in the arm for the fight against recurring malaria.
  • Man dies from bacterial infection from Vibrio vulnificus in raw oysters

    Man dies from bacterial infection from Vibrio vulnificus in raw oysters

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    He died on July 10. The Florida Department of Health says if you experience any of the symptoms of this bacteria, seek medical care immediately. "Most infections occur from May through October when water temperatures are warmer". Leon, Madison, Suwannee, Taylor, and Gadsden counties have had no confirmed cases of flesh eating bacteria. Vibrio vulnificus is a species of bacteria found in undercooked shellfish , particularly oysters, that can cause serious and sometimes fatal illnesses ...