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Measles outbreak expands in Clark County: 16 cases confirmed, 5 more suspected -
CLARK COUNTY, WA (KPTV) - The measles outbreak has expanded again in Clark County.

Anti-vax movement among top 10 global health threats for 2019, World Health Organization says - CBS News
Climate change also makes the World Health Organization's list of biggest health concerns

Your Eye Color Could Predict Your Risk of Getting the Winter Blues -
People with one eye color in particular seem to be especially susceptible.

El Paso woman in her mid 20s dies of the flu; had been vaccinated against influenza virus - KVIA El Paso
An El Paso woman in her mid 20s - and who had been vaccinated against the influenza virus - is the second flu-related death in the area this season, the El Paso Department of Public Health announced Thursday.

State-by-state study links gun ownership with youth suicide -
Youth suicide rates are higher in states that also have higher gun ownership rates, a new study finds.

Health officials: 8 people in CT have died from the flu - WFSB
The state’s Dept. of Public Health said there have now been eight deaths related to the flu.

To tackle antibiotic resistance, researchers try new approaches - Axios
CDC: "Perhaps the biggest health challenges of our time"

This Is The Diet That Will Save Our Planet, New Report Says -
Experts across the globe devised a diet that can save our health and our world

Neuroscientists Pinpoint Cells In The Amygdala Where Pain Hurts : Shots - Health News - NPR
Researchers have pinpointed the neurons that give pain its unpleasant edge. By turning these neurons off in mice, the scientists relieved the unpleasantness of pain without numbing sensation.

FDA Alerts Doctors to Potential Late Risks With Paclitaxel-Coated Balloons and Stents in PAD - TCTMD
The “Dear Doctor” letter notes that the FDA is following up on a recent meta-analysis pointing to increased mortality and urges close reporting of events.

Areas with high opioid prescription rates are seeing more babies born with a serious birth defect - CNN
A potentially deadly birth defect in which babies are born with exposed intestines is on the rise, and the Centers for Disease and Prevention is concerned that it might be tied to the opioid epidemic.

New Findings Reveal Surprising Role of the Cerebellum in Reward and Social Behaviors - National Institutes of Health
NIH-funded study sheds new light on brain circuits related to affective and social dysfunction.

Doing THIS One Thing in Old Age Can Help Save Your Brain From Dementia - Sputnik International
Researchers from the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago have wrapped up a comprehensive 20-year study showing a possible causal link between a sedentary lifestyle and the deterioration of brain power and memory.

Former bodybuilder gave up food for urine — here’s why that's not healthy - Yahoo Lifestyle
John DePass has been in the fitness industry for 30 years and says that "unfooding" is the way to live.

Dozens sickened after eating Tomales Bay oysters; farm aims to reopen next week - San Francisco Chronicle
A popular shellfish farm that supplies upscale restaurants around the Bay Area has stopped harvesting oysters in Tomales Bay after dozens of people who ate them raw — many of them at New Year's Eve parties — reported falling ill. Hog Island Oyster Co., whose …

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