• Joan Rivers In Medically Induced Coma (Source)

    Joan Rivers has been placed in a medically induced coma, a source told Access Hollywood on Thursday. Earlier in the day, the star was rushed to Mt. Sinai hospital in New York, after she stopped breathing during a routine surgery. Joan, 81, went in for throat surgery on Thursday at Yorkville…

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  • Jake 'The Snake' Roberts hospitalized, reportedly in bad condition

    According to a report from TMZ, WWE Hall of Famer Jake "The Snake" Roberts is currently hospitalized in Las Vegas, Nevada, after passing out on a plane ride. The report states that Roberts was diagnosed with the flu a couple weeks ago and given orders to rest. He was in pain ever since, but let it…

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  • Red Sox yell "HEPATITIS C YOU LATER" after a Mike Napoli homer

    This is a cutting, clever joke about Hepatitis C, one of the funniest, deadliest viruses on the planet. Mike Napoli hit a very long home run Tuesday night. When he came back to the dugout, his teammates greeted him with an interesting celebration (via Barstool Sports)

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  • Food shake-up on the menu in NHS hospitals

    Rubbery chicken and soggy vegetables could be banished from NHS wards and canteens across England under new rules aimed at raising the standard of food and drink in hospitals. An independent report published on Friday lays out new legally binding standards covering nutrition, hydration and…

  • The World's Hangover Cure Finally Comes to the U.S.

    Bayer is marketing Berocca as a performance drink, but Australians know what it's really for

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    WHO Calls For Stringent Regulations on E-cigarette (8 photos)

    The World Health Organization (WHO) stepped up its war on "Big Tobacco" on Tuesday, calling for stiff regulation of electronic cigarettes as well as bans on indoor use, advertising and sales to minors. In a long-awaited report that will be debated by member states at a meeting in October in Moscow,…

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  • Takeda, Lilly lose bid to overturn $9 bln award for hiding cancer risk

    Takeda Pharmaceuticals and Eli Lilly & Co lost a bid to overthrow a combined $9 billion punitive-damage award by a U.S. "Plaintiffs have pointed to sufficient evidence from which the jury could have concluded that the 'information' about bladder cancer contained in Actos labels did not adequately…

  • Kyle Van Noy injury: Lions LB undergoes surgery for 'core muscle injury'

    Detroit Lions rookie linebacker Kyle Van Noy will miss an undetermined amount of time following surgery to correct a core muscle injury. The Detroit Lions may be without outside linebacker Kyle Van Noy for some time following a core muscle injury. The Lions released a statement Thursday announcing…

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  • Focus On Preventive Care As The Long-Term Strategy To Improve Health

    There has been a lot of press about the rising maternal mortality rates in the United States in spite of the fact that we spend nearly $30 billion dollars a year caring for mothers and their babies. What is happening? According to the CDC, the top two causes for these devastating outcomes include…

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  • Humana Rises on ACO Deal Announcement with 2 Entities

    Shares of Humana Inc. (HUM) rose 1.8% within a single trading session to close at $127.32, after the company announced an Accountable Care alliance with the Nebraska Health Network.

  • Scientists Experiment With Reworking Memory in Mice

    In experiments on mice, scientists rewired the circuits of the brain and changed the animals' bad memories into good ones.

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    Joan Rivers rushed to NYC hospital after cardiac arrest

    Joan Rivers was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City on Thursday morning, hospital officials said.

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  • Court overturns suspension of W.Va. doc's license

    CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A judge reinstated a doctor's license Thursday, a month after it was suspended when health officials accused his clinic of unsanitary conditions and reusing needles.

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  • WHO says ebola outbreak may infect 20,000 before it can be stopped

    The World Health Organization says a total of more than 20,000 people may be infected with ebola in West Africa before the virus is contained. The United Nations agency released a new roadmap for dealing with the outbreak today, designed to respond to the "urgent need to dramatically scale up the…

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  • Vaccine Safety: Getting the Message to Parents in Doubt

    Measles, mumps and whooping cough have been around a long time -- along with the vaccines to prevent them. With a steady flow of misinformation online on vaccine safety, it's no wonder some parents hesitate. In response, doctors are going beyond office visits to spread the word on immunizations.…

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  • When a Customer Has Two Reasons to Say Ouch

    A reader seeks the Haggler’s help in getting a refund on a $3,000 hair-removal treatment plan.

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  • RedHill Expands ERADICATE Study on RHB-105 for H. pylori

    RedHill Biopharma Ltd. (RDHL) recently provided an update on the ongoing phase III study ERADICATE Hp, on pipeline candidate RHB-105 for Helicobacter pylori infection (H. pylori).

  • Quality Systems' NextGen Earns Cancer Registry Certification

    Quality Systems Inc. (QSII) aims to drive the adoption of interoperability standards needed to support new cancer registries and improve overall public health through the utilization of healthcare IT.

  • Aging Baby Boomers: Get Hip to Medicare Part D

    Many aging Baby Boomers seem dazed and confused about Medicare. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) surveyed 377 citizens born between 1946 and 1964 across the country to find less than half knew Medicare eligibility begins at 65 years for those who are not disabled. More…

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