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The HPV vaccine may be controversial, but it works, new research shows. The rate of HPV infection among teenage girls dropped from 11.5% in the “pre-vaccine era” to 5.1% in the “vaccine era,” researchers from the Centers for...
Scientists at Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute have discovered a combination of two FDA-approved drugs that appears to stop — and possibly reverse — the destructive changes in the brain caused by Alzheimer's disease. By combining...
Reporter and PhotographerThe first study of a controversial vaccine has supporters singing its praises. Gardasil prevents human papillomavirus, a common sexually transmitted disease that causes most cervical cancers. The HPV vaccine is recommended for girls ages 14 to 19. ...
Change of Subject...but good news for the rest of us: CDC: HPV vaccine reduced disease rates in teen girls by 56 percent...
email@example.comSTANFORD — The fuzzy green blooms may not have looked like much to an untrained eye, but many in the group of hikers that surrounded the short plant hidden in the Lincoln County undergrowth recognized it as the treasure they had been searching for....
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Charlevoix County residents have two new counselors available to help seniors with questions concerning Medicare and Medicaid. Ron Chapman and Leslie Lake are certified by the Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program to provide help with the...
A raccoon has tested positive for rabies in Cascade. The raccoon was found near Martinsville Highway. The Virginia Department of Health asks pet owners to vaccinate their pets immediately. Rabies can be deadly to humans to animals and humans. Here...
A fox in Danville has tested positive for rabies. The fox was found in the Henry Street part of the city. According to the Virginia Department of Health, rabies is preventable in animals through vaccinations, but fatal to both animals and humans once...
It's still fair to say St. Francis High owns the National High School Sports Medicine Championships. Not only did Eli Hallak, director of the Golden Knights sports medicine program, develop the online competition two years ago, but his students won...
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HealthBack in the days when you stuck rabbit ears on your television set and could fiddle with a ring on the dial to fine-tune a picture, there used to be an old sci-fi show called "The Outer Limits." In its introduction, a stern-sounding man advised viewers...
The Supreme Court struck a blow for consumers Monday in a closely watched patent case, ruling that manufacturers of brand-name drugs don't have the right to buy off generic-drug makers by giving them a share of their monopoly profits. The 5-3 ruling...
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