NHS cyber-attack: No ‘second spike’ but disruption continues

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NHS cyber-attack: No ‘second spike’ but disruption continues

BBC News
A “second spike” in cyber-attacks has not hit the NHS but some hospital trusts are suffering ongoing disruption due to Friday’s ransomware virus.

Ebola kills 3 in DRC, WHO says; scores more linked to deaths

Three people have died from an Ebola outbreak in a remote northern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo, as health officials travel to the central African country in response to a rising number of suspected cases, the World Health Organization says.

Cholera Strikes Yemen, State of Emergency Called

U.S. News & World Report
Women sit with relatives infected with cholera at a hospital in the Red Sea port city of Hodeidah, Yemen on Sunday. (REUTERS/Abduljabbar Zeyad).

Racial And Ethnic Disparities Persist In Sudden Infant Deaths

American Indian and Alaska Native families are much more likely to have an infant die suddenly and unexpectedly, and that risk has remained higher than in other ethnic groups since public health efforts were launched to prevent sudden infant death …

Parasites Could Be Lurking In Your Sushi: Food Safety Tips To Avoid Anisakiasis

Tech Times
A man’s abdominal pain was found to be caused by a parasite from sushi. Here’s what you need to know about Anisakiasis and food safety.

130K lbs waffle products recalled over Listeria concerns

Valley Innovative Services is recalling approximately 130,000 lbs of waffle products due to possible Listeria contamination. A release from the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) said the “heat-treated, not fully cooked, not shelf stable

Lehigh Valley should get ready for a bad tick season

Allentown Morning Call
Peak tick season has begun, and at least one national expert is predicting it may be the worst one yet. (Lauree Feldman / Getty Images).

At Komen race, a chance for mothers, daughters to heal together

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Jessica Selai was not a runner until a couple years ago. Her daughter Katie, 8, would rather dance than run. Yet there they were on Mother’s Day, holding hands as they crossed the 5K finish line at the 25th annual Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure.

Mass. bill would hike age for purchasing tobacco products to 21

WMUR Manchester
Public health advocates, former smokers, doctors and teenagers are heading to the Statehouse to push for legislation hiking the age of sale for tobacco products in Massachusetts from 18 to 21.

Energy drinks and alcohol a risky psychological mix – study

The popular vodka and Red Bull cocktail can increase perceived intoxication and lead to risky behaviours. People who add energy drinks to alcohol have a higher risk of injury from car accidents and fights, compared to those who drink alcohol straight

Mental Health Awareness Week: One Woman’s Struggle to Get Mental Health Support

The World Health Organization has estimated that mental or neurological disorders will affect one in four people at some point in their lives.

Mommy And The Beast: Growing Up Under The Lingering Shadow Of Breast Cancer

Me and my legacy of cancer. I take it with me. I own my illness and I own my motherhood. 05/12/2017 08:45 pm ET | Updated 1 day ago.

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