But I also knew I would deeply miss the ones who couldn't make it.
(Henig, 11/28) The Washington Post: Doctors In China Found Tapeworms In Brain Of Man Who Ate Undercooked Meat In Hot Pot A Chinese man sought medical attention for seizures and a headache that lasted nearly a month.
Public health news is on stem cell heart therapy, flu season, Parkinson's disease, poetry therapy, problems with blood-sugar monitors, warnings about ski helmets, a grateful transplant patient, children prone to violent outbursts, and more.
Pro Publica: Tinder Lets Known Sex Offenders Use The App. Susan Deveau saw Mark Papamechail’s online dating profile on Plentyof Fish in late 2016.
Doctors found that tapeworms from undercooked meat were causing his pain.
Researchers at the First Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University published a paper last week that details the plight of 46-year-old construction worker Zhu (an alias for the patient) in the eastern Zhejiang province of China who bought pork and mutton about a month ago for a spicy hot pot broth.
Scrolling through his pictures, she saw a 54-year-old man, balding and broad, dressed in a T-shirt.
(11/28) Kaiser Health News: For Artist Inspired By Illness, ‘Gratitude Outweighs Pain’ People often ask Dylan Mortimer how it feels to breathe through transplanted lungs.We would be fewer than usual, just nine altogether, and the littlest one's high chair needs no place setting.As we got things ready, I felt deep gratitude for the family members who would be here — my husband, our two daughters, their husbands, my sister-in-law's 90-year-old mother and our two delightful granddaughters.Had his wife not rescued him, he might have drowned.He had recently received an electronic brain implant to control tremors and other symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, and somehow the signals from the device had knocked out his ability to coordinate his arms and legs for swimming.The highest level in that report for the week ended Nov. Doctors in the Magnolia State say they’re already seeing lots of patients.(11/29) The New York Times: Swimmers Beware Of Deep Brain Stimulation A lifelong swimmer leapt into deep water near his lakeside home, and was horrified to find himself completely unable to swim.Typically, that involved little more than checking a box agreeing to follow the rules.occurred through Match.com, it seems likely that the screens do good.The couple are parents to two siblings whom they first fostered as toddlers and later adopted.In some ways, the family today seems like many others.