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Measles outbreak climbs to 23 confirmed cases in Clark Co.; PDX again an exposure site -
CLARK COUNTY, WA (KPTV) - Portland International Airport has been identified as an exposure site for the second time during the measles outbreak in Clark County.

Alumnus, major donor Michael Bloomberg wants private, armed police force patrolling Johns Hopkins University - Baltimore Sun
Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire ex-mayor of New York and benefactor of Johns Hopkins University, says it’s “ridiculous” that the institution doesn’t have an armed police force. Bloomberg spoke to reporters after closed-door meetings at the State House in A…

2 more adults die of influenza in Douglas County - KETV Omaha
Two additional adults have died from influenza, bringing the total to four deaths in Douglas County.

Allergic to Penicillin? You May Not Be - The New York Times
Nineteen out of 20 people who have been told they are allergic to penicillin are not truly allergic to the drug.

There’s No Medical Reason to Get Your Period While On the Pill - Slate
Researchers have known this forever, but the establishment is behind.

Certain People—Maybe Even You—Have Special Poop That Can Save Lives - Gizmodo
There are plenty of people who are exceptional in one way or another. But a new review published this week suggests that even the poop we make can be extraordinary. It argues that some of us are super fecal transplant donors, with poop that is uniquely suited…

Bird Flu: CRISPR Gene-Edited Chickens May Save Us From the Next Pandemic - Inverse
'Reuters' reported Sunday that this first batch of “transgenic” chicks is expected to hatch sometime in 2019 at the Roslin Institute at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Wendy Barclay, Ph.D., the co-leader of this project says that the goal is for thes…

U.S. insulin costs per patient nearly doubled from 2012 to 2016, study finds -
The findings by the Health Care Cost Institute underline the growing national outcry over rising drug prices.

Alcohol destroyed their livers. Now, they're increasingly getting new ones - CNN
The number of liver transplants for Americans with alcohol-associated liver disease has steadily grown in recent years, prompting researchers to explore why this is and what the long-term prospects are for recipients.

Hawaii toddler with eczema suffers severe ‘lobster’ red, oozing skin reaction to steroid cream - Fox News
A young Hawaiian boy suffered a severe skin reaction that included painful, oozing and sometimes bloody red scabs after his parents used a steroid-based cream that was prescribed to treat his eczema.

What The Heck Does Vitamin C Serum Do For Your Skin, Anyway? - HuffPost
Everything you need to know about Vitamin C serum, from how often you should use it to what color it should be.

Cases of polio-like acute flaccid myelitis hit 201 in 2018, CDC says -
The CDC says it has confirmed 201 cases of acute flaccid myelitis in 2018. That's a new high for the paralyzing, polio-like syndrome.

Celebrity War of Words Puts Controversial Keto Diet in the News Again - Maxim
The trendy ketogenic diet is in the news once again, thanks to celebrities publicly feuding about the low-carb, high-fat diet on television and social media.

Canadian researcher behind one-minute workout has a shorter option - The Globe and Mail
Martin Gibala’s newest study finds that running up a staircase for just 20 seconds, repeated a few times a day, can measurably improve your fitness

DNR: Largemouth bass virus is spreading | News - WNEM Saginaw
The largemouth bass virus (LMBV) has been found in two additional counties in Michigan.

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