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New York City vaccines against measles. Can officials do so?

And the measles outbreak increased, Mayor Bill of Blasio, New York announced a public health emergency on Tuesday and ordered a compulsory vaccination program in parts of Brooklyn. in American history, medical experts said. It happened several times. The Supreme Court ruled more than a century ago that the vaccination was legally binding, although the court drew discrimination between penalizing …

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Radical Fecal Transplant Therapy in Children Reduced Autism Density by 47%

Transforming the microbial environment of children diagnosed with autism could greatly facilitate the severity of signature characteristics, according to newly published research. A study of the effects of faecal transplant therapy in autistic spectrum children found that participants had more gut problems, but continued to demonstrate ongoing improvements in autism symptoms two years after the procedure. Arizona State University researchers …

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Candida auris: drug-resistant fungus spreading through a number of healthcare facilities

NEW YORK – The Disease Control and Prevention Centers say that a deadly drug-resistant fungus is spreading around healthcare facilities and poses a serious global health threat. Candida auris affects people with weak immune systems by infecting bloodstream. It is difficult to identify with standard technology. More than 587 cases were confirmed in the United States, New York City, New …

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High Level Measles New Weekly Reports for 2019

More cases of measles were reported last week in the United States than in any other week of 2019, showing new government data, and the outbreak spreading to four states which recorded their first cases of the virus for the year. In the first week of April, the country administered 78 new cases of measles, according to the Centers for …

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Mayor Bill of Public Health Emergency Taste, orders mandatory vaccinations in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

WILLIAMSBURG, Brooklyn (WABC) – City Mayor of New York Bill de Blasio confirmed that Tuesday was a public health emergency in the ongoing measles outbreak affecting the Jewish Orthodox community and prescribed mandatory vaccines in some countries. neighborhoods. The order applies to anyone who lives, works or goes to school in four zip codes in Williamsburg and requires everyone who …

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Oregon women lived to 99 with organs in the wrong places

Copyright Courtesy of Bentley family Image caption Rose Marie Bentley lived until age 99 not aware of her unfamiliar condition A US woman who died at 99 of natural causes was inadvertently living with her organs on the wrong side of her body due to an uncommon congenital condition. Rose Marie Bentley, a pet store owner who died in October …

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2nd pediatric flu death confirmed in southeastern Wisconsin

2nd pediatric flu death confirmed in southeastern Wisconsin Updated: 12:16 PM CDT Apr 9, 2019 The Department of Health and Social Services in Wales The second pediatric death in the last week of March. The patient was peaked, flu activity is continuing. We urge people to continue to take precautions (good hygiene, flu shot, etc.). The first state pediatric flu …

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