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Washington woman dead from brain-eating amoeba after using neti pot filled with tap water, report says - Fox News
A Seattle woman whose brain was partly a “ball of bloody mush” after rare brain-eating amoebas infected her likely contracted the organisms after she using a neti pot full of tap water to clear her sinuses.

Man coughs up blood clot in perfect shape of bronchial tree - WLS-TV
Doctors at UC San Francisco Medical Center see a lot of things, but even they were stunned by this.

Onondaga County Hepatitis A outbreak linked to drug use, unprotected sex -
County advises people who may have been exposed to get vaccine as soon as possible.

11 patients diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease at UW Hospital - - WISC-TV3
Eleven UW Hospital patients have been diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease after UW Health announced that the hot water system could have put patients at risk.

World's First Insect Vaccine Could Help Bees Fight Off Deadly Disease - NPR
American foulbrood is an infectious disease that devastates honeybee hives. Scientists say they've created a vaccine for it, despite a big hurdle: Bees don't have antibodies.

Don't eat these candies, FDA says - WCPO Cincinnati
The agency is warning the public not to eat and to throw away Bauer’s Candies chocolate or caramel modjeskas bought after Nov. 14.

Family of girl with rare blood type overwhelmed by support - TODAY
Zainab Mughal, 2, has neuroblastoma and a rare blood type missing the antigen Indian B. Worldwide people are trying to help her and her family says thank you.

Valsartan Blood Pressure Drug Recall Widens - WebMD
The drugs were recalled because of trace amounts of an impurity, N-nitrosodiethylamine, or NDEA, which may cause cancer in humans, according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer.

2nd deadliest Ebola outbreak in history spreads to major city - ABC News
The second-largest and second-deadliest Ebola outbreak in history has spread to a major city.

Researchers explore what's behind Mediterranean diet and lower cardiovascular risk - Medical Xpress
A new study by investigators from Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health offers insights from a cohort study of women in the U.S. who reported consuming a Mediterranean-type diet. Researchers fo…

Red State BBQ in Cynthiana announces permanent closure after employee diagnosed with hepatitis A - WKYT
Red State BBQ has confirmed it is closing its Cynthiana location.

UNAIDS Report: 9 Million Are Likely HIV Positive And Don't Know It - NPR
That's why public health officials are urging people to "know your status." But if they learn they are HIV positive, there isn't always a clear path to treatment.

The future of maple syrup is uncertain - Treehugger
Sugar maples rely on consistent snow cover to thrive, and climate change is threatening that.

Engineers repurpose wasp venom as an antibiotic drug -
The venom of insects such as wasps and bees is full of compounds that can kill bacteria. Unfortunately, many of these compounds are also toxic for humans, making it impossible to use them as antibiotic drugs.

Ex-janitor posed as a DOCTOR and handed out medicine to a schizophrenia sufferer, claim police - Daily Mail
Ex-janitor Kyle Larsen, 32, posed as a Wisconsin physician, dishing out medication to his unsuspecting patients despite his lack of a medical license

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