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Hep C on Rise in New York City
Hepatitis C infection, tied to a rise in illicit use of opioid drugs, is on the rise in New York City, city health officials concluded in an annual report.
Complications and long-term impacts of the Zika virus are unknown, but three deaths have just been tied to the disease.
Norwegian researachers found a connection between bleeding gums and respiratory ailments.
Loss of the sense of taste in patients with multiple sclerosis is more common than thought.
A porn actor infected with HIV put 17 sex partners in four countries at risk and infected at least two of them, CDC investigators report. The agency called on federal OSHA officials to enact worker protection rules for sex-film workers, including use of pre-exposure prophylactic drugs.
Gut microbiota may trigger fat loss in response to colder temperatures, according to findings published in the journal Cell.
After a colorectal cancer diagnosis, patients may experience low rates of job retention, according to a research letter published in JAMA.
Agency to take measures to fight opioid abuse epidemic while protecting appropriate access to vitally important pain medications for the patients who need them.
When more and more women with fibromyalgia began seeking care for pelvic pain syndromes, researchers from Oregon Health & Science University set out to examine the connection in a larger group of patients.

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