DEATHS

Edna R. Bruce, 88

Born July 17, 1929

Died February 15, 2018

Virginia Mary Dunevant, 86

Born July 23, 1931

Died February 15, 2018

Laura Young, 79

Born October 25, 1938

Died February 14, 2018

Richard Wayne "Dutch" Hughes, 80

Born January 16, 1938

Died February 14, 2018

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THINGS TO DO

Tuesday, February 20

Homeschool Genealogy Meeting
Zumba at the Library
Bare Bones Movie and Mixer

Wednesday, February 21

Adults Craftastic
Oil painting in the painterly style

Thursday, February 22

Girl Scout Cookie and Beer Night
Greg Jacobs with Kenny Cornell

Health

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Drinking alcohol more important than exercise for living past 90, study says - Chicago Tribune
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

Chicago TribuneDrinking alcohol more important than exercise for living past 90, study saysChicago TribuneWhen it comes to making it into your 90s, booze actually beats exercise, according to a long-term study. The research, led by University of California neurologist Claudia Kawas, tracked 1,700 nonagenarians enrolled in the 90+ Study that began in 2003 ...Moderate Alcohol May Be Vital For Living Past 90, Researchers SayInternational Business TimesDrinking Alcohol Helps Better Than Exercise If You Want To Live Past 90 Years OldTech TimesDrinking alcohol plays role in living past 90, researchers sayUPI.comThe Inquisitr -Immortal News -The Week UK -The Sunall 30 news articles »

Counting Calories Is Not the Key to Weight Loss, New Study Finds - New York Times
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

New York TimesCounting Calories Is Not the Key to Weight Loss, New Study FindsNew York TimesAnyone who has ever been on a diet knows that the standard prescription for weight loss is to reduce the amount of calories you consume. But a new study, published Tuesday in JAMA, may turn that advice on its head. It found that people who cut back on ...Low-fat or low-carb? It s a draw, study findsStanford Medical Center ReportIt s a Draw! Low-Fat or Low-Carb Diets Equally Good, Finds StudyMedscapeWhich Is Better for Weight Loss, a Low-Fat Diet or a Low-Carb Diet?TIMEHealio -Telegraph.co.uk -Daily Mail -STATall 12 news articles »

Why Heart Attack Symptoms Are Sometimes Missed in Women - OzarksFirst.com
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

OzarksFirst.comWhy Heart Attack Symptoms Are Sometimes Missed in WomenOzarksFirst.com(CNN) -- Among adults 55 and younger, women may be more likely than men to experience lesser-known acute heart attack symptoms in addition to chest pain, a new study has found. And more than half of the doctors seeing women who seek care for those ...Heart attack symptoms often misinterpreted in younger womenMedical XpressAcute MI symptoms similar among men, womenHealioWomen need to learn more about their heart healthAlbuquerque JournalTech Times -Immortal News -New Haven Register -www.localmemphis.comall 17 news articles »

In our eyes, Google's software sees heart attack risk - Philly.com
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

Philly.comIn our eyes, Google s software sees heart attack riskPhilly.comA scan of the back of the human eye (left), and how Google s algorithm sees it. The green highlights are the parts the algorithm found most helpful in predicting blood pressure. by Drew Harwell & Carolyn Y. Johnson, The Washington Post. By looking at ...Google Retinal Scans Can Predict if You Will Have a Heart AttackNewsweekGoogle AI can predict your heart disease risk from eye scansZDNetGoogle uses AI, deep learning to predict cardiovascular risk from retina scansTechRepublicFOX10 News -USA TODAY -ZME Science -The Week UKall 62 news articles »

WHO warns of soaring rates of measles in Europe - BBC News
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

BBC NewsWHO warns of soaring rates of measles in EuropeBBC NewsEurope has seen a big surge in measles cases in 2017, which the World Health Organization says is a tragedy after a record low of 5,273 cases in 2016. Cases increased four-fold, with more than 20,000 people affected and 35 deaths. Fifteen European ...Measles cases more than triple in EuropeNBCNews.comEurope: Measles Rates Are Rising Because Parents Are Refusing to Vaccinate Their ChildrenNewsweekMeasles Cases Are Skyrocketing in Europe as More Parents Shun VaccinesFortuneU.S. News & World Report -Daily Mail -Sky News -Daily Starall 41 news articles »

Bad heart? Don't forget your flu shot - CNN
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

CNNBad heart? Don t forget your flu shotCNN(CNN) The flu vaccine may have an important benefit beyond protecting against influenza: It may also prevent heart attacks, especially in those at high risk, experts say. "It s been a long time that people have recognized that association with flu ...My boy was so sick with flu it terrified meLaredo Morning TimesNearly 80 now dead from flu in Georgia - but is the season finally slowing down?Columbus Ledger-EnquirerConsumer Reports helps you survive the fluTurn to 10DrugWatch.com -ABC News -WZTV -EurekAlert (press release)all 238 news articles »

Student dies after influenza diagnosis, school says - NJ.com
Posted on Sunday February 18, 2018

NJ.comStudent dies after influenza diagnosis, school saysNJ.comAn Elizabeth Public Schools student died after being diagnosed with influenza, though district officials said Sunday they were unsure if the virus was the primary cause of the death. The child s death comes amid a surge in flu cases this year ...Update: Health Authorities Still Investigating Flu Death of Elizabeth SchoolgirlTAPinto.netFlu Outbreak: New Jersey Public School Student Dies After Influenza DiagnosisNewsweekKids in NJ, Conn. Believed to Be Latest Child Flu Deaths in Tri-StateNBC New YorkNew York Post -WABC-TV -NorthJersey.com -WPIX 11 New Yorkall 41 news articles »

Woman forced off Emirates flight after complaining about period pains - The Times
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

The TimesWoman forced off Emirates flight after complaining about period painsThe TimesTo save your favourite articles so you can find them later, subscribe to one of our packs. Dismiss. A young woman was ordered off an international flight after complaining of period pains, it emerged today. Beth Evans, 24, was told to leave the ...This woman was kicked off a flight because she had period painCosmopolitan.comWoman booted off Emirates flight after crew overheard her complaining about period painsNEWS.com.auA woman is accusing Emirates of kicking her off a plane for having her periodHer.ieNew York Post -Yahoo News -International Business Times -The Indian Expressall 18 news articles »

Could little brush bring down cases of this killer cancer? - Daily Nation
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

Daily NationCould little brush bring down cases of this killer cancer?Daily NationLess than 10 per cent of Kenyan women aged 15 to 64 have ever been screened for cervical cancer, yet the disease claims up to eight lives every day. By GALGALO BOCHA · More by this Author. Carol Ng ang a, a cervical cancer survivor, and a volunteer ...Cancer Prevention Important to Dentists, Yet Many Avoid HPV TalkDentist's Money DigestThis vaccine can stop cancer, but many teens still do not get itWeek FactsHPV vaccine prevents STD, cancer, but many teens still don t get itSpectrum NewsWV News -LANews By Abhishek Budholiya (press release) (blog) -Digital Journal -The Financialall 19 news articles »

The Big Pharma Family that Brought Us the Opioid Crisis - Mintpress News
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

Mintpress NewsThe Big Pharma Family that Brought Us the Opioid CrisisMintpress NewsWe re not talking El Chapo or any of his drug-running buddies. We re talking about the mega-billionaire family behind one of America s most profitable drug-industry empires, the privately held Purdue Pharma. by Sam Pizzigati. February 20th, 2018. By ...The family behind America s opioid crisis: New York and London socialites who developed OxyContin made BILLIONS ...Daily Mailall 2 news articles »