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  • Top doctor dies from Ebola after treating dozens

    FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — A leading doctor who risked his own life to treat dozens of Ebola patients died Tuesday from the disease, officials said, as a major regional airline announced it was suspending flights to the cities hardest hit by an outbreak that has killed more than 670 people.

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  • These Wildly Successful People Will Prompt You To Rethink What It Means To Have A Mental Illness

    Approximately one in four American adults suffers from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year. This staggering statistic goes to show that mental illness can touch anyone -- from entrepreneurs to presidents to celebrities. Given the stigma attached to mental illness, despite its prevalence,…

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  • Mortgage Refinance Rates Hit 2.75%

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  • 2014 Winners of the “Fattest” Fast Food Chains

    Of the many fast food chains in this country, the Cheesecake Factory stands out for selling dishes with the most calories and the highest concentrations of sodium, saturated fat and sugar, according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), a nonprofit health-advocacy group. “The…

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  • Beyoncé's Diets Are the Most Effective I Have Ever Tried

    By Rebecca Harrington Photo by thehighendtheory.tumblr.com I have seen Beyoncé’s HBO documentary, Life Is But a Dream, a startling number of times. There are so many parts I like: When Beyoncé brings her computer into an elevator and films herself in the elevator. When Beyoncé talks to a mysterious…

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  • India's meth addiction grows as criminals tap chemical hub

    The teenager sits quietly in a Mumbai rehab clinic, a victim of India's emerging fad for the drug crystal meth, which experts say is spurred by loopholes in the country's giant chemical industry. While meth has long been a scourge across east and southeast Asia, staff at the rehab centre in…

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    Major Health Alert: The Surgeon General Sounding the Alarm on Skin Cancer

    Important information on protecting the largest organ of the body against the harmful rays of the sun.

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  • Werth out but says ankle sprain isn't serious

    MIAMI Jayson Werth was out of the Nationals lineup Tuesday, his sprained right ankle swollen and sore, though still not enough for the veteran right fielder to believe the injury is serious. With the Nationals leading 6-0 at the time, he came out of the game and received treatment on the ankle,…

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  • $1,000 Sovaldi now hepatitis treatment of choice

    The price is sky-high, but so is demand. A new $1,000-per-pill drug has become the treatment of choice for Americans with hepatitis C, a liver-wasting disease that affects more than 3 million. Even with ...

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  • Trouble Finding The Fountain Of Youth?

    Rare ingredient is now allowed to be sold in the USA that has been used overseas for years for it's wrinkle erasing properties. A must read.

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  • Role of the HR to Maintain a Safe Environment at the Workplace

    Workers spend a major part of their daily life, at least eight to ten hours of it, at their workplace. So, it is essential for them to get a safe and friendly working environment there. It not only helps the worker to be more committed to his job, but also contributes to the company’s overall...

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  • Malaysia tries to parlay appeal to Muslim visitors into medical tourism push

    By Trinna Leong KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Muslim tourists have long chosen Malaysia, its beaches and its malls as a holiday destination thanks to cultural affinity. Now the Southeast Asian country, where Muslims make up about 60 percent of the population, wants to parlay its visitor dividend into a…

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  • Tuberculosis patient who refused care is arrested

    FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — A California man who disappeared after refusing treatment for tuberculosis, which can be contagious and spreads by coughing or sneezing, was found and arrested on charges of refusing to comply with health officials, a prosecutor said Tuesday.

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    Surgeon General Issues Skin Care Warning

    The United States surgeon general issued a warning Tuesday, calling skin cancer a major public health problem that requires immediate action.

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  • Study: Infant rats can sense their mothers' fear using smell

    A new study at the University of Michigan Medical School found that infants may be able to detect their mothers' fear — through smell.

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  • Unborn baby saved after pregnant woman dies in Gaza

    Shayma al-Sheikh Qanan, 23, was killed when an Israeli tank shell hit her home in the Gaza Strip. Qanan was eight months pregnant, and doctors were able to conduct an emergency Caesarean section to save her child. Qanan lived in Deir al-Balah and died on the way to the hospital.

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  • My Israel

    For me, Israel is like my child, my mother, or my sister. A huge piece of my heart is always with her. I worry about her, I fret over her decisions, I feel angry with her, I feel protective of her, and I pray for her good health. Mostly, I long for her to be happy and peaceful.Like any concerned…

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  • Tools for planning end of life care are varied, untested: study

    By Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Many tools exist to help introduce people to the subject of advanced care planning, but they vary widely in what they offer and how accessible they are, according to a new research review. “Decision aids” have proliferated in many areas of medicine but…

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  • Ebola can spread like 'forest fire,' US warns

    The deadly Ebola virus can spread like a forest fire, US health authorities said Monday, urging travelers to West Africa to take extra precautions amid the largest outbreak in history. Since March, there have been 1,201 cases of Ebola and 672 deaths in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, the Centers…

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  • David Wilson sent to hospital for battery of tests

    After suffering a “burner” in practice Tuesday, the Giants are going to take no chances with running back David Wilson. The team announced that Wilson was being taken to the Hospital for Special Surgery for a battery of tests and a complete workup. Wilson had neck surgery this offseason, so it’s an…

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  • Should You Trust Health Apps on Your Phone?

    Personal health is becoming increasingly mobile, and there are now thousands of apps aiming to address everything from lifestyle issues to chronic diseases. Medical devices are generally regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and although the FDA  reviews some apps, experts say the…

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  • 23andMe makes another breakthrough on Parkinson’s research

    Google-backed biotech startup 23andMe has made a discovery about Parkinson’s disease — for the second time — that may help identify a person’s risk of developing the debilitating and tragic illness. 23andMe, ...

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  • Tired of Living Paycheck to Paycheck?

    New Website Reveals How to Save $1,000's When You're Living Paycheck to Paycheck. See exactly how.

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