A Man Had a Seizure After Developing a Tapeworm Infection in His Brain—What to Know About Cysticercosis
The 38-year-old fell out of bed around 4 a.m. and started shaking. He also appeared confused and was "speaking gibberish."
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Can Drinking Coffee Lower Your Dementia Risk? Here's What New Research Says About the Association
The study looked at the relationship of coffee and tea with the risk of dementia and stroke, finding that there is a certain number of cups per day that has the biggest association with decreased risk.
A Second Person Has Been 'Cured' of HIV Without Treatment—Here's What That Means, According to Researchers
The 30-year-old woman has no traces of active infection, even without having had any treatment. It is a rare case, happening only once before.
Here's what to know—especially if you're prone to fainting.
FYI: The recommendations differ depending on which vaccine you initially got, so keep that in mind.
CDC and WHO Warn of Measles Outbreak Risk After 22 Million Babies Missed Their Vaccines During Pandemic
The number of reported measles cases actually decreased from 2019 to 2020. But one WHO official says "we are likely seeing the calm before the storm."