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Children with a rare form of muscular dystrophy called Pompe disease often spend their days tethered to mechanical ventilators in order to breathe. But results from a new clinical trial at University of Florida Health show that gene therapy improved...
Commercial beekeeper Tim May has worked 16-hour days, six or seven days a week for the past month to get more than a thousand hives with millions of honeybees settled in the countryside of northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. Spring has not been...
The Hartford CourantIt took a while for Colby Salerno to get used to his new heart. "I could feel it immediately," he said. "It seemed abnormal to me how strong a heart normally beats. Now I've gotten used to it, a year later. At the time, it just felt like my whole body...
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Contributing WriterEach year, nearly 42,000 American adults die from vaccine-preventable diseases. Together, influenza and pneumonia are the eighth leading cause of death in the United States. In spite of these statistics, vaccination rates for influenza and pneumonia are...
Eliminatorias Brasil 2014: Costa Rica y EE.UU. se benefician de la 'empatitis' que azota de nuevo al TriClaudia Aguilar Ramírez Bogotá, 7 jun (EFE).- Costa Rica y Estados Unidos propulsaron a punta de triunfos su paso al primer y segundo puesto del hexagonal final de las eliminatorias del próximo Mundial en la Concacaf y se beneficiaron de paso de la...
Tags: Honduras, Costa Rica, Jamaica
En una decisión tan sensata como salvadora, la Confederación Caribeña del Béisbol autorizó finalmente esta semana el retorno de Cuba a la agonizante Serie del Caribe. El movimiento, que se venía gestando desde hace algunos meses, le devolvería...
As many will remember, last year impatiens (Impatiens walleriana) everywhere died in late July and August. The plants became stunted and developed white fuzz on the underside of the leaf. Yellow leaf spots appeared on the topside of the leaves; the leaves...
Editors' Note: "DP Buzz" is an interactive feature of the Daily Press Opinion Page. We email weekly questions on issues and topics affecting Peninsula-area citizens. Each week, subscribers can choose whether to weigh in or not with a short answer. Here is...
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Bits and pieces of "biological dirt" from inside people's colons are being left on three in 20 of the instruments inserted in people's rectums to examine their lower digestive tract, according to a study at five hospitals nationwide. "Three out of 20 is...
Tags: Colonoscopy, Hepatitis B , AIDS, HIV, Fort Lauderdale
The urge to create is as old as the human race, as ancient as the day someone felt the urge to draw colorful lines across bodies and faces or, more permanently, paint on or carve into the walls of a cave. This sort of self-expression reaches a natural, if...
Rocker Rod Stewart was forced to axe a scheduled concert at the O2 Arena in London due to a bronchial virus that also affected his already famously raspy voice at the same venueearlier. A message posted to the singer’s Twitter page read: “(The...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- High bacteria levels have been found in nearby lakes and swimming streams. Health officials say swimming there is at your own risk. It's mainly because local lakes and streams you won't find any warning signs that there are high...
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