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Patrons of 'vampire facial' spa may have been exposed to HIV

(HealthDay)—Customers ... vampire facial—popularized by Kim Kardashian and other celebrities—a patient's blood is drawn and then injected back into the face using micro-needles. But the New Mexico Dep... read more

Vampire Facial Clients Urged To Get Tested For HIV!

The New Mexico Department of Health ... customers who underwent the procedure to get their blood checked, saying in a statement: “It is very important that anyone who received a vampire facial or othe... read more

Spa’s ‘vampire facial’ may have exposed clients to HIV

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Health ... ‘vampire facial’ or any other type of injection-related service at an Albuquerque spa get tested for HIV and other blood-borne infections, as unsafe practices recently w... read more

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Convenience, perks and a little sizzle are drawing some women to the doctor’s office

Later this year, the University of South Florida will open a health center in South ... therapist to a urologist, and get any imaging or blood work done the same day. They also can enhance their visit ... read more

Concern grows over the growing number of medical spas

Though providing a facial ... do it in a spa, you don't need anesthesia, you don't need blood tests,' “ said Alan Matarasso, a board-certified plastic surgeon in New York. “With plastic surgery, you w... read more

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The Public's Health: Heart health communication gap endangers, kills women

Banks plays a busy mom trying to get her family out the door early one morning ... Karen Sullivan is Butte-Silver Bow Health Officer and Director of the Health Department. Her column, The Public's Hea... read more

Nail salon clients should see doctor about possible blood infections: MLHU

Customers of a nail ... determine whether any positive blood tests resulted from procedures performed at a particular location or if they are due to other exposures." Cali Nails owner Randy Tran said ... read more

The Case Against Single-Payer Health Care

I'm constantly told that it works well—people get ... health insurance. In Britain, millions of people purchase private insurance, says Pope. At least they still have that option. In America, Sen. Ber... read more

Macy's to close 100 stores but still talking on Minneapolis remake plan

As the nation’s largest department store chain fights to keep up in a fast-changing ... People are spending more on home improvement as well as experiences like travel or spas. When they do buy clothi... read more

Fearing ‘societal costs,’ ND police leaders oppose recreational pot measure

“Every year, we get more data that marijuana is safer than alcohol ... In a letter provided to The Forum, Todd called Measure 3 “a large-scale experiment with public health and safety.” The chief said ... read more

On the Origin of Science Writers

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