Cancer Drug And Antidepressant Cocktail Could Help Treat Rare Brain-Eating Infection

Cancer-fighting medications and antidepressants are potential clues in combating brain-eating diseases. According to UC San Diego Health, a number of drugs including breast cancer drug tamoxifen and antidepressant Prozac have been found to halt the growth of a brain-eating illness. Naegleria fowleri is an organism that’s commonly found in rivers and lakes. Although one in…

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Flight From Dubai To JFK Was Quarantined As Reports Of Illness Spread

An Emirates flight from Dubai was held at the John F. Kennedy International Airport after 19 people on board reported feeling ill. Including both passengers and crew members, 10 people were taken to Jamaica Hospital in Queens after they were allowed off the plane and nine others showed symptoms but refused treatment. When the aircraft, the Emirates…

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American Epidemic: Heroin In The News

It is no secret that America is struggling with widespread opioid addiction. Heroin in particular is having a devastating impact; it seems like everywhere you look, someone is either being arrested in connection to the buying and selling of the debilitating drug, or someone else has died as a result of an accidental overdose. New…

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Hundreds of Welders Needed in Cities Across United States

According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for cutters, solderers, brazers, and welders is projected to reach 412,300 by 2024. Across the U.S., though not as many people are going into these trades as we’ve seen in the past, hundreds of corporations are searching for skilled welders to begin work in the…

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The Burden of Vietnam Caregivers: How to Cope with Life After Care

Performing as the sole caregiver for an elderly relative or a dependent family member can take a serious toll on the mental health and well-being of the caregiver, no matter how much you love them. The caregiver must be resilient, strong, and above all else, caring in the face of adversity. But when the caregiving…

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Two Weeks Trapped: A Trip Through Trial, Terror, Tragedy, And Triumph

In the summer, people are more prone to outdoor adventures, physical activity, and just soaking up the sun while it’s warm outside. While June might be the month of the highest ice cream production and consumption in the United States, in Thailand, it’s monsoon season. You’ve doubtlessly been reading about this story in the news…

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Avoid Roadway Disasters by Preventing Trailer Sway

Imagine purchasing a brand-new travel trailer with the hope of utilizing all summer long, only to completely destroy it a few minutes after hooking it up to your truck. This devastating situation just happened to a couple in Silverdale, Washington. Sadly, 20 minutes after the couple purchased their new trailer, it was destroyed. According to…

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