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The three sickly beings in this 19th-century drawing represent diphtheria, scrofula (a form of tuberculosis) and cholera. The woman symbolizes the city of London.
The three sickly beings in this 19th-century drawing represent diphtheria, scrofula (a form of tuberculosis) and cholera. The woman symbolizes the city of London.


A JUUL vaping device.
A JUUL vaping device.

Making a world of difference in mental health

UW Medicine Newsroom

Stolen in Kansas City: 10-foot-long inflatable model of human colonSomeone in KC stole a 10-foot-long inflatable human colon | The Wichita Eagle
Stolen in Kansas City: 10-foot-long inflatable model of human colonSomeone in KC stole a 10-foot-long inflatable human colon | The Wichita Eagle

An illustration of the herpes simplex virus, which a review has linked to Alzheimer's disease.
An illustration of the herpes simplex virus, which a review has linked to Alzheimer's disease.




Scientists made a self-lubricating condom that can withstand 1,000 thrusts
Scientists made a self-lubricating condom that can withstand 1,000 thrusts










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Credit: CC0 Public Domain



Camdyn gets physical therapy from physical therapist Courtney Porter, center, and rehab technician Kia Barlow, right, while his father Christopher Carr looks on.
Camdyn gets physical therapy from physical therapist Courtney Porter, center, and rehab technician Kia Barlow, right, while his father Christopher Carr looks on.


Moose ticks at Maine Medical Center Research Institute. The ticks live on the moose through the winter, at first so small that they’re difficult to see with the naked eye — until they’re engorged with blood as adults.
Moose ticks at Maine Medical Center Research Institute. The ticks live on the moose through the winter, at first so small that they’re difficult to see with the naked eye — until they’re engorged with blood as adults.



Flea-Borne Typhus Outbreak Is Spreading In Los Angeles, Hitting The Homeless Population HardBuzzFeed NewsBuzzFeed NewsTwitterFacebookCopyFacebookTwitteryoutubeTwitterFacebookCopyFacebookTwitterInstagramBuzzFeed NewsBuzzFeedTwitterFacebookCopy
Flea-Borne Typhus Outbreak Is Spreading In Los Angeles, Hitting The Homeless Population HardBuzzFeed NewsBuzzFeed NewsTwitterFacebookCopyFacebookTwitteryoutubeTwitterFacebookCopyFacebookTwitterInstagramBuzzFeed NewsBuzzFeedTwitterFacebookCopy

Stock image of a woman displaying her fingers
Stock image of a woman displaying her fingers

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Credit: CC0 Public Domain



‘We have built up our closed herd over many years and have always taken great pride in doing all the correct things,’ said Thomas Jackson.
‘We have built up our closed herd over many years and have always taken great pride in doing all the correct things,’ said Thomas Jackson.



Possible AFM case found in a North Dakota child

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