Health

  • Taylor Swift's Workout Buddy Model Karlie Kloss Reveals Her Workout Routine and Tips -- Find Out How She Stays Toned!

    Taylor Swift's BFF and workout buddy Karlie Kloss revealed to Style.com all her favorite workouts and how she keeps in shape -- find out here!

    Us Weekly
  • Nigeria government confirms Ebola case in megacity of Lagos

    By Felix Onuah and Tom Miles ABUJA/GENEVA (Reuters) - A Liberian man who died in Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos on Friday tested positive for the deadly Ebola virus, Health Minister Onyebuchi Chukwu said. Patrick Sawyer, a consultant for the Liberian finance ministry in his 40s, collapsed on…

    Reuters
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  • APNewsBreak: Study recommends inmate immunity test

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Federal experts are recommending that California test inmates for immunity to a sometimes fatal soil-borne fungus before incarcerating them at two Central Valley state prisons where the disease has killed nearly three dozen inmates, according to a report obtained Friday by…

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    Parkinson's: stop the shaking

    One of the most effective ways to treat Parkinson's disease works for only some patients. Now there's a new technique that's helping many more people get the treatment they need.

    KFSN – Fresno
  • Next big moonshot project puts Google inside your body

    Google is far from being done searching for answers for some of your most pressing questions, including many surrounding health and the human body, The Wall Street Journal reveals. Baseline Study is a new Google X “moonshot” project that wants to look into the human body and find out exactly what…

    BGR News
  • Gronk's back: Star tight end practices with Pats

    Rob Gronkowski ran short routes, caught passes and jogged back to the line of scrimmage. The oft-injured tight end for the New England Patriots is practicing at training camp but not ready for full activity as he continues his recovery from knee surgery. ''I'm preparing myself to my max ability…

    The Associated Press
  • Politicizing Gilead's Research And Development Costs For Sovaldi Is A Reckless And Dangerous Misadventure

    Gilead has become the whipping boy du jour for the forthcoming Obamacare-driven cost explosion in health spending. Politicians and the health-insurance industry have embarked on a high-profile campaign to shame Gilead for the price of its new wonder-drug, Sovaldi. If successful, this campaign will…

    Forbes
  • At Gaza's Shifa hospital, patients and medics struggle with war

    As Ahmed Bulbul's body is brought into the emergency room at Gaza's Shifa hospital, a father standing nearby clamps his hand over his little boy's eyes. Bulbul's leg has been ripped open by shrapnel, and the exposed flesh wobbles as he is taken into the chaotic emergency room at the Gaza City…

    AFP
  • Warren Buffett Reveals How $40 Becomes Millions

    Discover the dead-simple Warren Buffett strategy that could lead to life changing investing profits.

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  • W.Va. board suspends clinic operator's license

    CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia board Friday suspended the license of the operator of a pain management clinic where investigators found syringes were being reused. It was the second disciplinary action involving the doctor's license within a decade.

    Associated Press
  • How to Keep Food Safe During Hurricane Season

    Check the refrigerator temperature. A refrigerator helps extend the shelf life of food for a short period of time, but the temperature must be set correctly. Studies have shown that many refrigerators are too warm, providing the perfect environment for harmful bacteria to grow. Many refrigerators…

    U.S.News & World Report LP
  • Bayer/Amgen's Nexavar Does Not Show Resilience in Study

    Bayer (BAYRY) and Amgen's (AMGN) Nexavar performed disppointingly in a late stage study.

    Zacks
  • Campus security policies for citing drinkers vary widely: study

    By Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - At most colleges, campus police refer students involved in alcohol-related incidents to school officials for discipline rather than taking legal action, according to a study of 343 U.S. schools. After such an incident, students are generally not referred…

    Reuters
  • WHO seeks humanitarian corridor to evacuate Gaza wounded

    By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) called on Friday for a humanitarian corridor to be set up in Gaza to allow aid workers to evacuate the wounded and bring in life-saving medicines. Yet some sick and injured in Gaza are dying because of a lack of access to…

    Reuters
  • Allergan gets EU recommendation on new use of eye drug

    (Reuters) - Allergan Inc, known best for its Botox wrinkle treatment, said on Friday that European Union regulators had recommended use of its eye drug Ozurdex be extended to treat patients with diabetic macular edema. The European Medicines Agency's recommendation for approval of the extension of…

    Reuters
  • The New 2015 Sonata: A Step Above the Competition

    There's a Sonata that's perfect for you, and this is your chance to build it! Visit the Hyundai Official Site to customize your 2015 Sonata today!

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  • States' use of execution drugs varies widely

    The prolonged execution of an Arizona death row inmate with a new, two-drug combo has highlighted the patchwork quilt approach that states now take with lethal drugs, with types, combinations and dosages varying widely. A question and answer look at how the disparity came about and why, following…

    Associated Press
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    Rare natural quadruplet pregnancy is 'one in millions'

    A Colorado woman is expecting guadruplets and she didn't use fertility treatments, in a pregancy so rare her doctor says it's "one in millions". Mana Rabiee reports.

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  • Cause sought for gunfight between patient, doctor

    DARBY, Pa. (AP) — Authorities hope to learn Friday why a psychiatric patient allegedly killed a caseworker at a hospital complex outside Philadelphia and whether a psychiatrist who shot the patient with his own gun, wounding him, had feared the man.

    Associated Press
  • Insurance Coverage for Fertility Treatments Varies Widely

    From 2006 to 2010, 7.4 million women used infertility services, like an evaluation by a specialist, drug therapy or in vitro fertilization.

    The New York Times
  • Teens speak more openly with doctors in private

    By Ronnie Cohen NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Teenagers are more likely to discuss topics like sexual health and drug use with their doctors if their parents are out of the room for at least part of their check-up, a new study shows. It’s really important for them to be there to foster conversation…

    Reuters
  • Roche's 1H14 Earnings & Revenues Up Y/Y, Outlook Reaffirmed

    Roche's (RHHBY) core earnings came in at $1.06 per American Depositary Receipt (ADR) in the first half of 2014 compared with $1.01 per ADR reported in the year-ago period.

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  • Reverse Mortgage: How it Works (Age 62 Plus)

    Educate yourself! Understand how a reverse mortgage works. Learn more now.

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