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Paul Edward Turley Sr, 80

Born April 24, 1938

Died September 19, 2018

Clentis Daniel Jarrard, 79

Born August 13, 1939

Died September 19, 2018

David P. Peters, 86

Born January 28, 1932

Died September 18, 2018

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Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

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Sugar crash kills girl at sleepover - New York Post
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

New York PostSugar crash kills girl at sleepoverNew York PostA Pennsylvania community is mourning the death of a 10-year-old girl who was discovered unresponsive at a sleepover on Sunday morning. Sophia Daugherty, a fifth-grader in New Castle, was a Type 1 diabetic, and her family said she suffered an extreme ...Girl, 10, dies after sudden sugar crash sent her into diabetic coma during sleepoverMirror.co.ukGirl, 10, dies after sugar crash sends her into diabetic coma during sleepover with palThe Sun9-year-old girl with type 1 diabetes dies during sleepover after sugar crash sends her to comaMeawwInfosurhoy -The Western Journal -WPXI Pittsburgh -GoFundMeall 13 news articles »

West Nile virus blamed for two human deaths in Pa.: Report - PennLive.com
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

PennLive.comWest Nile virus blamed for two human deaths in Pa.: ReportPennLive.comThis Pennsylvania s West Nile Control Program map detailing hot zones for West Nile virus-infected mosquitoes last updated on Aug. 14 indicates much of southcentral Pennsylvania is at high risk. Comment. By Jan Murphy · jmurphy@pennlive.com.12 Cases of West Nile Reported in Alabama s Mobile CountyU.S. News & World ReportCPD confirms third case of West Nile Virus in dead birdWIS10Third bird tests positive for West Nile in Columbia, city spray plannedWLTX.comThe Inquisitr -AL.com -GoLocal Worcester -The Missourianall 114 news articles »

On a low carb diet? You might die earlier - Star2.com
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

Star2.comOn a low carb diet? You might die earlierStar2.comPasta. Mashed potatoes. Rice. If you are one of the legions of dieters out there who have been religiously cutting carbs in an attempt to get lean and fit, you may be surprised by a recent study that showed that low carb diets may not be healthy after ...Is a low-carb diet healthy? Science proves why diet fads like keto can t beat eating in moderationNBCNews.comIs the Low-Carb Diet the Best for Your Health?Health Thoroughfareall 3 news articles »

Rate of Americans living with Alzheimer's expected to double by 2060 - fox6now.com
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

fox6now.comRate of Americans living with Alzheimer s expected to double by 2060fox6now.comAs the aging population of the United States grows, a new study from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that from 2014 to 2060, there will be a 178% increase in the number of Americans who have Alzheimer s disease and related ... Resilience in Brain Aging set October 1 at UWhngnews.comCDC releases daunting prediction for cases of Alzheimer s, dementia by 2060Blasting NewsGroup aims to boost Alzheimer s awareness throughout East TexasKilgore News HeraldCBS News -Fergus Falls Daily Journal -The Hill (blog) -The News-Pressall 362 news articles »

Woman's swollen pinky finger was rare sign of tuberculosis, UCSF doctors say - SFGate
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

SFGateWoman s swollen pinky finger was rare sign of tuberculosis, UCSF doctors saySFGateA woman who received treatment for a swollen pinky at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center was discovered to be infected with the same bacteria that causes tuberculosis. According a report published in the New England Journal of ...Woman s Swollen Pinkie Finger Was Rare Sign of TuberculosisYahoo NewsWoman s Swollen Pinky Finger Turns Out To Be Rare Symptom Of TuberculosisThe Inquisitrall 40 news articles »

Medical News Today: 14 ways to lose weight without diet or exercise - Hartsburg News
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

image.ieMedical News Today: 14 ways to lose weight without diet or exerciseHartsburg NewsRegimented diet plans can be challenging to stick to for prolonged periods. It can also be hard to find the time to exercise. Is it possible to lose weight without doing either? Using a variety of methods of weight control is vital for maintaining a ...There s Now Scientific Proof: Men Lose Weight More Quickly Than WomenThe Epoch TimesDoctors suggested effective diet for quick weight lossThe Bobr TimesFoods That Cause Obesity: What Causes Dangerous Weight Gain (and What You Can Do About It)The Cheat SheetRecentlyHeard.com -INSIDER -NDTV -image.ieall 12 news articles »

Pet Owners Beware: FDA Warns Of Potential Dangers Of Flea And Tick Pills - LEX18 Lexington KY News
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

LEX18 Lexington KY NewsPet Owners Beware: FDA Warns Of Potential Dangers Of Flea And Tick PillsLEX18 Lexington KY News(TODAY) – Pills or chews that protect dogs and cats against fleas can cause neurological problems such as stumbling or seizures, and pet owners need more warning, the Food and Drug Administration said Thursday. The FDA issued an alert to owners and ...Pets, If You Are On These Flea And Tick Medications, Beware Of SeizuresForbesCertain flea and tick treatments increase risk of seizures in pets, FDA warnsWDBJ7Some flea, tick meds causing seizures in pets, FDA warnsWAVE 3KTSM News Channel 9 -Hudson Star Observer -FDAall 31 news articles »

In 1960, about a half-million teens took a test. Now it could predict the risk of Alzheimer's disease. - Washington Post
Posted on Friday September 21, 2018

Washington PostIn 1960, about a half-million teens took a test. Now it could predict the risk of Alzheimer s disease.Washington PostIn 1960, Joan Levin, 15, took a test that turned out to be the largest survey of American teenagers ever conducted. It took two-and-a-half days to administer and included 440,000 students from 1,353 public, private and parochial high schools across the ...Historic national study returns to Carrier Mills 58 years laterHarrisburg Daily RegisterBHS students from early 60s part of follow-up studyMaui Newsall 29 news articles »

Locals take strides toward hope, cure in Walk to End Alzheimer's - Florida Today
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

Florida TodayLocals take strides toward hope, cure in Walk to End Alzheimer sFlorida TodayOne after another, walkers picked up the colorful flower pinwheels, holding them up in a slight breeze to create a sobering yet hopeful garden effect across Cocoa s Riverfront Park. Blue if you have Alzheimer s or another dementia. Purple if you ve ...2018 Walk to End Alzheimer s - Mid-Ohio Valley comes to WilliamstownThe News CenterPhotos: Walk to End Alzheimer sThe Batavian2018 Walk to End Alzheimer s is held at the Sparks MarinaFoxReno.comSpectrum News -times-advocate.com -The Augusta Chronicleall 21 news articles »

UN: Excessive Drinking Killed Over 3 Million People Worldwide in 2016 - Yahoo News
Posted on Saturday September 22, 2018

Yahoo NewsUN: Excessive Drinking Killed Over 3 Million People Worldwide in 2016Yahoo News(GENEVA) — Drinking too much alcohol killed more than 3 million people in 2016, mostly men, the World Health Organization said. The U.N. health agency also warned that current policy responses are not sufficient to reverse trends predicting an ...Alcohol Use Responsible For 3 Million Deaths Each Year: WHO ReportTech TimesWorld Health Organization Study Finds Alcohol Responsible for Five Percent of Deaths WorldwideGizmodoNew Statistics on Alcohol Deaths Point to Sad Secondary EffectsInverseForbes -RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty -Chiang Rai Times -Web India 123all 664 news articles »