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Do you want to know before your risk goes up for feeling under the weather -- new science is making it more predictable with cutting edge forecasting.
There's a growing wave -- computer models that factor and rainfall temperature or other weather conditions.
To forecast disease health officials say the information could be used to fine tune vaccination campaigns or other disease prevention efforts.
Critics argue that outbreaks are influenced by factors other than weather like human behavior and say whether based outbreak predictions have a long way to go.
A new study is now saying pregnant women who take common anti depressants.
Don't have an increased risk of having a still birth.
The drugs commonly known as prozac and selects that have been -- until -- hot slightly higher rate of birth defects in newborn lung problems but.
Whether the drugs also raise chances of still birth has been unclear.
Researchers say women who are taking anti depressants and planning a pregnancy should still talk with both their obstetrician -- psychiatrist.
About what will be the safest way for at the health.
And the baby and also for themselves what finally could seem too many doctors and specialists actually be bad for your health.
Researchers at Yale universities say yes and it's known as the quote.
Effect they say when too many doctors are involved in treating a patient with an unknown condition no one wants -- take ownership of the patient.
It also means care is less coordinated researchers found this happens most often when the cause of the patient's illness or pain.
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