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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Five Ugandan students invented an app to diagnose vaginal infections at home

If you are a woman in Uganda, you likely pray you don’t develop vaginal infections—and not just because they are a bitch.
Uganda is home to one of worst healthcare systems in the world, and on top of that, many female health issues carry social stigmas. Embarrassed by problems down there, women often choose to suffer in silence rather than seek medical care—hoping a condition goes away.
For five university students majoring in information technology and engineering, however, the shoddy state of women’s healthcare presented an opportunity. The women have just invented a brilliant device and accompanying app, which they’ve named the Her Health BVKit, to allow women to test for vaginal infections at home.  READ MORE

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Third Louisiana Public Water Supply Site Tests Positive for Brain-Eating Amoeba

Public officials are in the process of eliminating Naegleria Fowleri, a brain-eating amoeba that thrives in warm water, from another drinking water supply in Louisiana.
Naegleria Fowleri was detected during routine tests on Aug. 5 at a utility district in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana, roughly 80 miles from New Orleans. A press release was issued on Monday, Aug. 17.
According to the local fire department, the Schriever Water System serves approximately 97,000 residents in the Houma area. READ MORE

Friday, August 7, 2015

Airplane Toilets Can Help Researchers Find Disease Outbreaks

Your poop can say a lot about you— what your diet is like, if you come from a place with treated a study published recently in Scientific Reports, it can tell researchers what continent you’re from, and give them an early indication of disease outbreaks in that specific area.
drinking water, or whether or not you’re obese. And now, according to
In 2013, a team of Danish researchers gathered the poop from 18 airplanes that departed from nine cities and all landed at the Copenhagen airport. They sequenced the genomes of the microbes in the poop, and found some pretty interesting trends. Microbes that came from Southeast Asia had a much higher incidence of antibiotic resistance compared to those from North America—likely because antibiotics are still over-prescribed in Asia, the study authors hypothesize. READ MORE

Sunday, August 2, 2015

Outbreak of Legionnaire's Disease Sickens 46 in NYC

An outbreak of Legionnaire's disease has infected at least 46 in New York City and health officials said the bacteria has already been found in cooling units on top of at least two buildings.

Two patients with Legionnaire's disease died during the outbreak, but officials stressed that the two patients, a man and woman in their 50s, had other conditions including lung and heart issues.

Caused by a bacteria called Legionella, the infection causes a type of pneumonia that can be damaging or even fatal for those with compromised immune systems or underlying health conditions. It's contracted when a person inhales small droplets of air or water with the bacteria and can be spread from contaminated hot tubs, fountains, cooling units for air conditioners and large plumbing systems.