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Saturday, October 3, 2015

Health News: Salmonella outbreak linked to fig & olive ♦ Exercise in a bottle could become a reality ♦ Psoriasis, risk of depression in the US population

CDC, Salmonella outbreak linked to fig & olive Multiple cities are investigating Salmonella Enteritidis infections linked to eating at Fig & Olive restaurants, the U.S. CDC says. Illnesses have so far been reported Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles, and the investigation is ongoing to determine whether there are illnesses in other states
Exercise in a bottle could become a reality Research finds around 1000 molecular reactions to exercise, opening the door for drug treatments to mirror the health benefits of exercise.
Experimental cancer drug shows therapeutic promise in mouse models of multiple sclerosis An experimental drug originally identified in a National Cancer Institute library of chemical compounds as a potential therapy for brain and basal cell cancers improves the symptoms of mice with a form of the debilitating neurological disorder multiple sclerosis.
Psoriasis, risk of depression in the US population The chronic inflammatory skin condition psoriasis was associated with the risk of major depression, although the risk was unrelated to the severity of the disorder, according to a new article
Training for patients with melanoma and their partners on skin examinations Training on skin self-examination to aid early detection could be extra beneficial for patients with melanoma and their partners who report having low relationship quality because it gives them activities to do together, according to a new article.

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