Health

  • Former CB Brian Baucham Sues USC and Lane Kiffin

    Former USC Trojans' cornerback Brian Baucham is suing the university and ex-coach Lane Kiffin, according to an Associated Press report. In the September 2012 game, Brian Baucham collapsed during the second half and was taken to the hospital by an ambulance. Baucham hadn't played in USC's previous…

    SB Nation
  • 9 Things Doctors Can Tell About Your Health Just By Looking At Your Eyes

    Many conditions cause symptoms throughout the body — some show up in the skin, others in the mouth, and some even in fingernails — but the eye is one spot that reveals a particularly large percentage of health issues. "It's the only place you can see blood vessels bouncing along their merry way,…

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  • Identifying Skin Cancer: 33 Photos That Could Save Your Life - Weather.com

    Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. One in five Americans will be diagnosed with the disease in his or her lifetime. There are more new cases of skin cancer every year than breast, prostate, lung and colon cancers combined

    Huffington Post
  • Australian patient tests negative for Ebola

    A patient who was being treated as a suspected Ebola case at an Australian hospital tested negative for the disease on Tuesday, the hospital said. The patient, who had recently traveled to West Africa, was released from quarantine at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in the Western Australia city of…

    Associated Press
  • Vanishing offices: Answer to work-life balance?

    Getting your work done during contracted hours can be tricky, especially in Asia where working late is common, but a forward thinking company in Holland believes it has the answer. Amsterdam-based design studio Heldergroen has introduced the concept of a 'disappearing office', an effort to…

    CNBC
  • Why I Talk About It Online

    Some of you may wish folks would stop talking about depression and have a tough time understanding why people suffering from depression don't just "go on meds." I have a couple of points I'd like to bring forth for said people.One: Not everyone can afford

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  • Hunan Jiu Jia Shut Down for Imminent Health Hazard

    This is the second time the restaurant has been shut down by the Southern Nevada Health District this year. Hunan Jiu Jia at 3950 Schiff Drive was shut down by the Southern Nevada Health District on Sept. 18 after a routine inspection uncovered an imminent health hazard.  The restaurant was shut…

    Eater Vegas
  • Rosemary Ginger Salmon Over Zucchini Pasta

    This is the perfect Monday night dinner for those of us that tend to carb-load on the weekends. The high fiber zucchini pasta undoubtedly makes this a guilt-free meal. We topped the vegetable pasta off with salmon to provide heart healthy omega-3's, protein

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  • 700 Babies in Texas Tested for Possible TB Exposure

    Health officials began screening more than 700 infants who may potentially have been exposed to tuberculosis at an El Paso hospital over the past year by an employee recently diagnosed with the illness.

    ABC News
  • More patients could wear regular clothing in hospital: study

    By Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Although doctors say many patients in hospitals could be wearing their own clothing below the waist, and most want to, a majority still don’t, according to a small Canadian study. Dr. Todd C. Lee, who participated in the research, said he was struck by…

    Reuters
  • Tekmira Experimental Ebola Drug Used to Treat Stricken U.S. Doctor

    Ebola patient Dr. Rick Sacra received treatment with Tekmira Pharmaceuticals' experimental ebola therapy TKM-Ebola for seven days, Nebraska Medical Center confirmed in a statement Monday night. Monday's announcement confirms speculation bandied around Twitter and stock message boards about…

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  • Flying home by commercial jet may be safe after heart attack: study

    By Roxanne Nelson NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who have a heart attack while traveling abroad may be able to safely fly home on a regular commercial flight, according to a new study published in the Air Medical Journal. "There is very little useful information in the literature, to guide…

    Reuters
  • Who Gets Rich Harvesting Burger King and the American Economy?

    As fast-food workers across the country strike for decent pay, Burger King is still preparing to abandon the U.S. as its home country. How does a burger company get flipped like this and who gets rich when it happens?Burger King is a company whose products

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  • CVS Health's MinuteClinic Debuts in St. Louis at 5 Stores (revised)

    Healthcare service provider CVS Health Corporation (CVS) has recently inaugurated five MinuteClinic walk-in clinics within selective CVS/pharmacy stores in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Creve Coeur, Ellisville, O'Fallon, St. Peters and St. Louis

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  • Miami Heat to host "Red, White and Pink" scrimmage

    The Miami Heat will be focusing on Breast Cancer Awareness month in their annual "Red & White" scrimmage. The event is being offered free for Heat fans and will take place on October 1st. In a press release issued by the Miami Heat today it was announced that the Heat will be hosting a "Red, White…

    SB Nation
  • Reporter quits on air...with F bomb

    A television reporter in Anchorage, Alaska , quit in grand fashion, walking off the set after finishing a package about a cannabis club. Near the end of her report Sunday night on CBS affiliate KTVA-TV, Charlo Green revealed that she owned the club, which works to pair card-carrying medical…

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  • [video] The Personal Story Behind WSJ’s ‘Deadly Medicine’

    he reads Dr discovered she had a uterine growths she was the procedure that was the norm and psychological circles ... Dr Hughes at school all the more Slater to fly up to five rate and removing it I'm ... a tease leader Reid was diagnosed with the

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  • Czechs clear Kreuziger of doping charges

    The Czech Olympic Committee ruled Monday that cyclist Roman Kreuziger did not violate doping rules. Kreuziger was provisionally suspended by the International Cycling Union, but the committee's arbitration board said anomalies in his biological passport did not break any limits and the rider…

    The Associated Press