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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Death'

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5-Day-Old Florida Girl Killed by Family's Pit Bull While Sleeping in Bassinet 

 

PEOPLE confirms that a 5-day-old Florida child tragically died on Sunday after being attacked by her family’s dog.

A Citrus County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman tells PEOPLE the fatal incident occurred when the animal — a pit bull — attached the girl as she slept in her bassinet.

People

Tags: Animals, Attack, Children, Death, Environment, Nature, Parental Burden, Pets, Safety, Violence

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19-Nov-2018


Alcohol Deaths Among Women Are Rising, But This Is Why No One’s Talking About It 

 

While the opioid crisis is rightfully getting attention for the destruction it's caused, alcohol use among women has quietly risen in the background, USA Today reports. Citing a study from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington and published in the journal The Lancet, USA Today says that during a 10-year period, alcohol related deaths among women rose 67 percent. What's more, the study reported that alcohol is the leading cause of death worldwide for people between the ages of 15 and 49.

Bustle

Tags: Alcohol, Death, Environment, Health, Mental Health, Study, Women

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16-Nov-2018


The NRA denies the reality of gun violence. Doctors like me know it all too well. 

 

Last week, the Annals of Internal Medicine published a set of guidelines by the Health and Public Policy Committee of the American College of Physicians (ACP) addressing the problem of firearm-related injuries and death from a public health perspective.

The National Rifle Association (NRA) quickly rebuked the journal — and physicians in general — on Twitter, saying: “Someone should tell self-important anti-gun doctors to stay in their lane.”

As a gun rights advocacy group, the NRA’s sharp critique was entirely expected. But the eruption from my physician colleagues on social media was startling. Responding to the NRA’s central point — that doctors should “stay in their lane” on the topic of guns — medical professionals created a viral hashtag, #ThisISMyLane (also #ThisISOurLane), sharing vivid stories of their clinical experiences with gunshot wound victims, arguing that, despite what the NRA might believe, the issue falls unavoidably into the laps of medical practitioners.

NBC News

Tags: Action, Death, Environment, Govt, Guns, Health, History, Hypocrisy, Injury, Laws, Medical, Mental Health, Politics, Protections, Science, Violence

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14-Nov-2018


‘Daddy’s Girl’ Toddler Killed in Attack by Family Dog 

 

A Pennsylvania family is mourning the loss of a 19-month-old girl who was mauled to death last week by their dog.

Nora Sharp was attacked by the dog outside their Windsor Township home on Nov. 4. She was rushed to a nearby hospital and died from her injuries, the York Daily Record reports.

People

Tags: Animals, Attack, Children, Choices, Death, Environment, Parental Burden, Pets, Safety, Violence

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12-Nov-2018


Drugs, Alcohol and Suicide Are Killing So Many Young Americans That the Country’s Average Lifespan Is Falling 

 

Young Americans are dying in rising numbers because of drugs, alcohol and suicide, according to new federal data.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) issued its annual comprehensive health and mortality report, which analyzes trends in death rates by cause and demographic. Drugs, alcohol and suicide, the report says, have contributed to the first drops in U.S. life expectancy since 1993. While U.S. life expectancy rose from 77.8 to 78.6 years between 2006 and 2016, the trend reversed during the end of the decade, leading to a 0.3-year decline between 2014 and 2016 — in large part because of rising rates of drug overdoses, suicide and liver disease, as well as Alzheimer’s.

Time

Tags: Abuse, Aging, Backlash, Choices, Death, Disease, Drink, Drugs, Environment, Fear, Humanity, Life Expectancy, Lifestyle, Modernization, Nature, Overpopulation, Parental Burden, Parenting, Sad, Survival, Waste, World

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20-Sep-2018


There’s a new global ranking of gun deaths. Here’s where the U.S. stands 

 

In 2016, more than 250,000 people worldwide died as a result of firearms, and half of all of those deaths came from six nations, including the U.S.

The new numbers, from the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation’s latest study of Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries and Risk Factors, offer several new ways to measure the impact of gun deaths worldwide.

Half of all gun-related deaths in 2016 occurred in six nations — Brazil, the United States, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia and Guatemala. Together, the study published in the journal JAMA noted, these countries hold less than 10 percent of the world’s population.

PBS

Tags: Death, Environment, Guns, Study, Violence, World

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03-Sep-2018


Montana had the highest suicide rate in the country. Then budget cuts hit. 

 

Mourners in this small town in northeast Montana, where a strip of appliance shops and bars are dwarfed by vast ranches, packed into a church this month to pray for Michael Lee.

A week earlier, Michael, a 13-year-old who dreamed of playing for the NFL, had killed himself in his family’s red clapboard home. At the funeral on Aug. 3, a row of Michael’s middle-school football teammates sat behind his relatives and friends, wearing maroon jerseys and white armbands with “R.I.P.” handwritten on them. A handful of strangers were there, too; the funeral announcement said anyone affected by suicide was welcome.

That seems to include just about everybody in the state these days.

NBC News

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Death, Drink, Environment, Guns, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Nature, Study, Suicide, Violence

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28-Aug-2018


Why Are Black And Latino Kids More Likely To Die Of Certain Cancers? 

 

When it comes to cancer survival, the United States is sharply divided by race. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the cancer death rate for African-Americans is 25 percent higher than whites, and Hispanics and Latinos are more likely to be diagnosed with cancer at a late, and more dangerous, stage of the disease.

Kids aren't exempt from those disparities either — black and Hispanic children are more likely to die of many childhood cancers than their white counterparts. So what explains the survival gap?

For epidemiologist Rebecca Kehm, the answer could lie not in a test tube or even a patient's race, but in their place in society. In a paper published Monday in the journal Cancer, Kehm and her coauthors pinpoint socioeconomic status as a factor in childhood cancer survival.

npr

Tags: All Rights, Death, Disease, Environment, Health, Mental Health, Privilege, Science, Survival, Treatment, World

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20-Aug-2018


Foodborne illness may be on the rise. Here's why 

 

One child drank apple cider at a Connecticut farm, another a glass of juice during a road trip in Oregon; later, both were rushed to emergency rooms as they struggled for their lives. A middle-aged woman became sick more than a decade ago after enjoying a salad at a banquet hosted by a California hotel; her debilitating symptoms continue to this day.

A 17-year-old paid the ultimate price when he ate two hamburgers "with everything, to go" and died days later.

These are the stories behind the faces on the "Honor Wall" of Stop Foodborne Illness, the national nonprofit that represents and supports those who suffered a drastic consequence following the most ordinary act: eating.

CNN

Tags: Death, Disease, Environment, Food, Health, Investigation, Reckless, Safety, Science, Warning

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20-Jul-2018