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Well it's time now for your Fox -- This week's top medical stories.
And first up the latest on the deadly meningitis outbreak and how doctors are reacting now an -- claimant has all that for us good morning and good morning to you.
Good morning to everybody at home of the meningitis death toll is on the rise fourteen.
Now confirmed dead steroid injections have been -- called from the New England confounding center which is blamed for the outbreak leading doctors across the country to.
Boycott the use of compound in pharmacies in the United States there's now about 3000 of them.
That's up from virtually none and in 2000 while they do -- -- -- drugs.
They are overseen by state boards of pharmacy rather than regulated by the drug companies by -- US Food and Drug Administration.
And drive through fast food restaurants and stay open 24 hours today video games and big screen television said.
-- hurting more than just the waist lines of young people a new study has found that strokes may be becoming more common in that demographic.
Experts speculate the increase may be due to a rise in risk factors such as diabetes obesity and high cholesterol.
Stroke rates among people under 55 grew from 13% in 1993 to 1994.
Even though younger people tend to recover better from strokes because their brains are more modest viable.
Doctors warn the results could still be devastating the study was published this week in the journal neurology.
There's no denying the campaign trail takes a real pull on the body but a men's health report finds this year's presidential candidates.
Are the fitness America has ever seen with regular workouts and basketball president Barack Obama has maintained great help throughout his term.
And governor Romney reportedly run some three miles today it says Paul Ryan isn't just his VP pick but his personal trainer.
On the road as well for more information on these stories and all the latest health news.
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