For most people, the transition from summer to fall is welcome. Uncomfortable heat and humidity are replaced by cooler, crisp days, often filled with sunshine and beautiful color. But is the change in conditions making you sick?
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Are You Sick Because of Fall?
The Washington Post—For most people, the transition from summer to fall is welcome. Uncomfortable heat and humidity are replaced by cooler, crisp days, often filled with sunshine and beautiful color. But is the change in conditions making you sick?
CBS News—Under federal law, the FDA had until 2011 to order cigarette makers to cover their packages with more explicit warning labels. But the proposed stronger warnings have been tied up in court for years.
Reuters—Hurricane Matthew crossed the island nation last week, killing at least 1,000 people. It also damaged water supply and sewage disposal systems. Now, survivors of the storm are flooding hospitals, with many suffering from cholera and other water-borne diseases. One hospital reported accepting 60 patients in a day.
Berkeley Wellness—Does dietary fat play a role in breast cancer? Intriguing new research from the University of Maryland suggests that teenage girls who eat a lot of saturated fat develop denser breasts, which increases their risk of the disease in adulthood.
Health After 50—Itching affects between 70 percent and 90 percent of people with psoriasis, according to the National Psoriasis Foundation. Some people have described it as a burning, biting sensation, or the feeling of being bitten by fire ants. The foundation offers the following tips to help control your psoriasis and improve your quality of life.
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