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Leishmaniasis Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Facts and Types
Read about leishmania infection causes, types cutaneous, visceral, mucosal, transmission, treatment, prevention, facts and statistics. The disease is spread by the bite of infected sand flies.

For Children of Teen Parents, Most Injuries Due to Falls: Study - MedicineNet
Falls are the most common cause of injuries suffered by children of teen parents, a new study finds.

Bullying Can Leave Lasting Mental Scars
Bullying can lead to lasting psychological effects for both victims and tormentors, researchers report.

Emergency Surgeries on Weekends Riskier for Kids
Children who have emergency surgery on weekends are at greater risk for complications and potentially even death than those who have weekday surgeries, according to a new study.

Food-borne Illnesses in U.S. Cost $152B Annually
Get the facts on infectious disease types, causes, prevention, and treatment, and learn how they spread. Plus, read the latest news on emerging infectious diseases like MRSA, E. coli, flu, and hepatitis.

New Strain of Norovirus Spreading Quickly in U.S.
A new strain of norovirus is causing intestinal illness outbreaks across the country, the CDC confirmed today.

Hepatitis C Infections in Hospitals Show Need for Tight Infection Control
Two cases of hepatitis C infection that occurred during routine surgeries highlight the need for hospitals to tighten infection control to prevent more transmissions, officials said Friday.

Could Childhood Nightmares Foreshadow Mental Ills as Teen?
Many young kids will have an occasional bad dream, but frequent nightmares or episodes of night terrors over a long period of time could be an early warning sign of mental illness, according to a new study.

Zika Now Tied to Miscarriage
Dutch researchers are reporting a case of miscarriage tied to maternal infection with the mosquito-borne Zika virus.

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Dangerous Bacteria Can Lurk Inside Nose, Study Finds
Potentially harmful staph bacteria can lurk deep inside the nose, a small new study finds.

Even 6th Graders Commit Cyber Dating Abuse: Study
Cyber dating abuse can be a problem even among sixth graders, a new study finds.

Drought May Beckon Bigger West Nile Outbreaks
A parched climate might be the perfect environment for spreading West Nile virus, a new study suggests.

Course of West Nile Infection Charted
Get the facts on infectious disease types, causes, prevention, and treatment, and learn how they spread. Plus, read the latest news on emerging infectious diseases like MRSA, E. coli, flu, and hepatitis.

Ebola Epidemic Hero's Death Linked to Continuing Stigma of Virus
A Liberian nurse hailed as a hero during the Ebola epidemic in West Africa died last week, and the lingering stigma of the disease may have played a role.

Measles Can Spread Further Than Thought on Airplanes: Study - MedicineNet
On airplanes, measles can spread beyond the passengers seated immediately around an infected person, a new study says.

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Doc Dispels Common Myths About Head Lice
Although lice do not cause serious physical harm, they can result in a lot of emotional distress because many people still mistakenly believe they are a sign of poor hygiene, an expert explains.

CDC Reports Link Between Zika Virus and Microcephaly
Traces of the Zika virus have been identified in the tissue of two babies who died in Brazil from a birth defect marked by underdeveloped heads and brains, U.S. health officials said Wednesday.

Obama Unveils Plan to Tackle Antibiotic Resistance
The Obama administration is pledging to end the widespread practice of using antibiotics to boost the growth of animals that are raised for food in the U.S.

Could a Little Video Game Play Be Good for Kids?
Kids who spend a little time playing video games each day might be more well-adjusted than those who never play, a new study suggests.

Climate Change May Bring More Tainted Shellfish to Northern Seas
Warming oceans may be boosting levels of dangerous bacteria in northern seas, possibly explaining why more people are getting sickened by tainted seafood and seawater, new research suggests.

Certain Childhood Fractures May Signal Low Bone Density: Study - MedicineNet
Certain types of fractures may indicate lower bone strength in children, a new study suggests.

Study Finds Bacteria in Unused Paper Towels
Study Finds Bacteria in Unused Paper Towels

Family Meals May Defuse Cyberbullying's Impact
Having regular family meals may help protect teens from the harmful mental health effects of cyberbullying, a new study suggests.

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