?? That Is Mcdonald?s Buyer Statements He Got Their Tea Is In By Washing Water

by Kathaleen
in misc.

"Paul said 'No, thanks' and left. http://abcnews.go.com/Health/mcdonalds-customer-claims-cleaning-liquid-tea/story?id=29249142

Why People See the Dress in Different Colors

Bionic Eye Lets Blind Man See Wife For 1st Time In 10 Years Feb 25, 2015, 12:36 PM ET Allen Zderad sees his wife Carmen Zderad for the first time in 10 years after receiving a bionic eye implant from researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Minn. Courtesy Mayo Clinic Copy It was love again at first sight for a man who went blind 10 years ago. Allen Zderad, a 68-year-old retiree from Minnesota, saw his wife for the first time in more than a decade thanks to a bionic eye implanted by doctors at the Mayo Clinic earlier this month. “Thank you,” Zderad said in the touching scene captured on video. “It’s crude but it’s significant. http://abcnews.go.com/Health/bionic-eye-lets-blind-man-wife-1st-time/story?id=29217019

Not Just an Ancient Disease: Leprosy Cases Hit Florida Counties

Study co-author Nils Stenseth, a biologist at the University of Oslo, said that 12 to 15 years before the plague hit Europe, Asia experienced a warm spring and wet summer, which is good for the gerbils and fleas that carried the plague. Then, a drought decimated the gerbil population, forcing the plague toward domestic animal and human hosts, he said. It then made its way to Europe, though the vessel is unclear, Stenseth said. How Two Young Sisters Cope With a Rare Muscle Wasting Disease Stenseth and his team determined the climate hundreds of years ago by examining tree growth rings, according to the study. The authors wrote that a better approach would be to study the DNA gleaned from the remains of plague victims. Epidemiologist Dr. http://abcnews.go.com/Health/gerbils-rats-caused-bubonic-plaque-study-finds/story?id=29192197

'Super Bug' Linked to Antibiotics Kills Nearly 15K Yearly, Says CDC

A Washington State woman claims she closed her tooth gap in 44 days using $5 worth of hair elastics. She posted six videos to YouTube chronicling the process, garnering hundreds of comments and more than 100,000 views. http://abcnews.go.com/Health/woman-rubber-bands-hair-elastics-diy-braces/story?id=29244726

Watch as Bionic Eye Lets Blind Man See Wife Again

"So this is a filtering process by the brain." Objects appear reddish at dawn and dusk, but they appear blueish in the middle of the day, Stokkermans said. So we can recognize the same objects in different light conditions, our brains tweak the way we see things, he added. "The brain is very good at adjusting and calibrating so you perceive light conditions as constant even though they vary widely," he said. http://abcnews.go.com/Health/dress-people-viral-outfit-colors-differently/story?id=29268831

Gerbils, Not Rats, May Have Caused Bubonic Plague

Florida typically sees just eight to 10 cases per year. Leprosy is more common in California , Florida, Hawaii , Louisiana , Massachusetts , New York and Texas , according to a 2009 report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration. In Hawaii, Family Heals Scars of Leprosy In addition to Volusia County, health officials in nearby Brevard County, Florida, have seen a recent increase in cases, with 18 reported over the last five years. Of the eight people diagnosed with leprosy in Florida last year, three were from Brevard County. http://abcnews.go.com/Health/leprosy-cases-hit-florida-counties/story?id=29258128

Woman Uses Rubber Bands, Hair Elastics as DIY Braces

"It’s the most common infection picked up in hospitals," said ABC News Chief Health and Medical Editor Dr. Richard Besser. "The thing about this infection is you can pick it up and it can cause no problems. Then, you take an antibiotic and it takes over." Scientists Make a Million Dollar Bet Who Will Die Last More than 80 percent of C. Diff deaths were people 65 or older, with residents of nursing homes especially vulnerable to infection, the report said. “C. http://abcnews.go.com/Health/super-bug-linked-antibiotic-kills-30000-yearly/story?id=29226704

Women at Greater Risk for Fatal Heart Attacks

Young women are especially vulnerable because they often don’t recognize the signs and symptoms of heart trouble. Scientists Make a Million Dollar Bet Who Will Die Last Researchers at the Yale School of Public Health interviewed 30 women between the ages of 30 and 55 who had heart attacks. All of these women delayed treatment because they didn't recognize the symptoms or lacked knowledge about their risk factors, the researchers found. “What we know is that the signs and symptoms of a heart attack in women can be very vague and they can mimic the signs and symptoms of something very common things,” ABC News Medical Contributor, Dr. Jennifer Ashton told Good Morning America . Rosie O'Donnell was just 50 when she had a heart attack in 2012. http://abcnews.go.com/Health/heart-attacks-women-greater-risk-fatal-study-finds/story?id=29213413

About me