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Enterovirus was the cause of death of 4-year-old New Jersey Boy

Enterovirus was the cause of death of 4-year-old New Jersey Boy

The Centers for Disease Control has verified that the 4-year-old New Jersey kid who passed on at home a week ago had enterovirus.

It's still not clear if the respiratory ailment assumed an immediate part or was a helping variable in his demise, nonetheless, state health sauthorities say.

Healthcare Providers Reluctant to Prescribe HIV Drug despite New Recommendations

Healthcare Providers Reluctant to Prescribe HIV Drug despite New Recommendations

Truvada was approved in the early 2000s for the treatment of HIV for already infected people as the drug lowers the number of virus in the body and slows the progression of the disease.

Several Food Products Recalled This Week

Several Food Products Recalled This Week

This week witnessed recall of many food products by different companies owing to possible bacterial contamination.

On Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed seven cases and three likely cases of E. coli infection linked with raw clover sprouts. People in Idaho and Washington have been infected and hospitalized.

Los Angeles City Might Witness Ban on E-Cigarettes in Public Places

Los Angeles City Might Witness Ban on E-Cigarettes in Public Places

There are chances that the Los Angeles City might make an entry in the list of New York and Chicago where ban on e-cigarettes prevails. On Tuesday, the ban was agreed unanimously and if it gets signed into law by Mayor Eric Garcetti, it will come into effect in 30 days.

Nicotine Exploits Body's Cellular Machinery to Promote Addiction: Researchers

Nicotine Exploits Body's Cellular Machinery to Promote Addiction: Researchers

A new study has come up with findings to suggest that the body's mechanism is altered by nicotine to promote addiction. Researchers said nicotine has the ability to exploit the body's cellular machinery to boost the addiction for nicotine.

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