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Diphtheria kills nine in Bangladesh Rohingya camps
Bangladesh Tuesday launched a massive drive to vaccinate Rohingya children against diphtheria after a suspected outbreak killed nine refugees and infected more than 700.
Kidney disease increases diabetes risk: Study
Diabetes is known to increase a person's risk of kidney disease.
Gene therapy improves immunity in babies with 'bubble boy' disease
Early evidence suggested that gene therapy developed at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital will lead to broad protection for infants with the devastating immune disorder X-linked severe combined immunodeficiency disorder.
Eating cheese fights heart disease
Eating cheese slashes the risk of heart disease, scientists said.
Study ties gum disease bacteria to esophageal cancer
Add one more reason to why you should brush and floss regularly: Gum disease bacteria are now tied to higher odds of esophageal cancer.
Low frequency brain stimulation improves cognition in Parkinson's disease
A multidisciplinary neuroscience study using rare, intraoperative brain recordings suggested that low frequency stimulation of a deep brain region may be able to improve cognitive function in patients with Parkinson's disease (PD).
Three dead as diphtheria spreads in Yemen
Group says siege drives 500 Yemen children into malnutrition
Three people have died of suspected diphtheria in conflict-hit Yemen, doctors said Wednesday, as a New-York based relief group urged an end to the continuing blockade that serves as a "collective punishment" of Yemenis and risks driving 500 children into malnutrition every week.
Knee arthritis, most common joint disease
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Knee arthritis, most common joint disease
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Five avoidable risk factors for heart disease
Heart disease symptoms include chest pain, shortness of breath and fainting. Here are five of the risk factors for the condition to avoid.
Neurological disease deaths up 36 percent in 25 years
The number of deaths due to neurological disorders like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, stroke and epilepsy has increased by 36.7 percent worldwide between 1990 and 2015, a study said.
If addiction is a disease, should relapse mean jail time?
Less than two weeks after a court ordered Julie Eldred to not use drugs while on probation, she tested positive for the powerful opioid fentanyl. The woman, who has severe substance use disorder, spent the next 10 days behind bars in Massachusetts until her lawyer could find a bed for her at a treatment facility.
Progress on global poverty and disease at risk
Proposed United States budget cuts could put in jeopardy great progress in reducing global poverty and disease and lead to 5 million more deaths from AIDS alone, the philanthropist Bill Gates warned on Wednesday.
Regularly using bleach tied to higher risk of fatal lung disease
Regular use of bleach and other common disinfectants has been linked to a higher risk of developing fatal lung disease, researchers found.

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