Throat, tonsil and tongue cancer might be linked to oral sex
According to the National Cancer Institute, the prevalence of HPV in oropharyngeal cancers increased by 225 percent from 1988 to 2004 while non-HPV throat cancers (the kind caused by smoking) declined by 50 percent due to a drop in smoking rates. Two ... - Fri, 20 Mar 2015 09:07

Tobacco use tied to mouth cancer and gum disease
In the United States, roughly 30,000 people are diagnosed with oral cancer or pharyngeal cancer each year, resulting in 8,000 deaths. Like smoking cigarettes, smokeless tobacco (snuff and chewing tobacco), causes mouth and throat cancer, gum disease ...
Community Voice - Fri, 13 Mar 2015 00:07

Equine Strangles
Occasionally in severe cases the abscessed pharyngeal lymph nodes become large enough to cause difficulty in eating and breathing. Hence the ... This is an allergic type disease which usually presents after a horse has recovered from Strangles. It ...
Northern Horizon - Tue, 17 Mar 2015 15:30

Vaccines Spread Measles, Government Documents Reveals
She discusses a 2010 report in Eurosurveillance ”about excretion of vaccine strain measles virus in urine and pharyngeal secretions of a Croatian child with vaccine-associated rash illness.” The document reveals, “A healthy 14-month old child was given ...
Center for Research on Globalization - Mon, 09 Mar 2015 07:15

There is More to Your Mouthwash Than a Minty Taste
They can help reduce tooth plaque or gingivitis, inflammation of the gum which can lead to gum disease. They can also help neutralize the acidity of the mouth to lessen the decay process. They may hydrate individuals who suffer from dry mouth, and help ...
Wall Street Journal - Mon, 12 Jan 2015 12:59

Newborn Foals Could Offer Clues About Autism
Veterinary researchers at the University of California, Davis (UC Davis), are teaming up with their colleagues in human medicine to investigate a troubling disorder in newborn horses and are exploring possible connections to childhood autism. The ... - Wed, 04 Feb 2015 06:37

Participation Sought in Study on JIE in Arabians
The Brooks Equine Genetics Lab at the University of Florida, in Gainesville, is working to identify the genetic cause of juvenile idiopathic epilepsy (JIE) in Arabian horses. The project—led by Samantha Brooks, PhD, and funded in part by the Arabian ... - Tue, 24 Feb 2015 06:03

To stop 'anti-vaxxers,' scientific data must be presented in accessible format
Although the topic of vaccination seemingly falls under the right of individuals to make their own choices, the choice to avoid vaccination provides an element of community risk, as those who are unvaccinated can spread their illnesses to those who are ...
Tufts Daily - Wed, 04 Feb 2015 19:56

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