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  • Here's What Normal People Can Eat To Follow The LeBron James Diet

    The health world thinks the LeBron James diet...

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  • Isla Fisher Pregnant, Expecting Third Child With Sacha Baron Cohen: See Her Baby Bump

    Isla Fisher is expecting her third child with husband Sacha Baron Cohen, Us Weekly can exclusively confirm -- see her baby bump

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  • Rhode Island child with Enterovirus dies after infection: officials

    By Scott Malone BOSTON (Reuters) - A Rhode Island child hospitalized with Enterovirus D68 has died of a bacterial infection, in what state public health officials described on Wednesday as an unusual and dangerous combination. The child, a 10-year-old girl who was not named, died last week as a…

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  • US hunts contacts of Ebola patient, including kids

    Washington (AFP) - Health officials in Texas on Wednesday scoured the Dallas area for people, including schoolchildren, who came in contact with a Liberian man who was diagnosed with Ebola in the United States.

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  • Airline stocks close down after first U.S. Ebola case confirmed

    Shares of major airlines slid Wednesday in the wake of news that an air traveler from Africa to the U.S. had been diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus.

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  • The End of Breast Cancer? The Answers Lies in Research

    Breast cancer knows no age, gender, race or socio-economic status. As the most common cancer in women worldwide and the second most common cancer overall, it remains a fact of life. Nearly 1.7 million women around the globe were diagnosed in 2013, and incidence rates are on the rise.That's because…

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  • 6 Brushing Tips to Impress Your Dentist

    Dentist appointments can be scary. Sitting in that chair with a bright light shining above you while the dentist scrapes between your teeth is enough to keep anyone away. And as your gums begin to bleed, you silently plea that your next appointment will be better -- and it will be, if you follow…

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  • In Referendum With U.S. Implications, Swiss Voters Reject Single-Payer Health Care 62-38

    In a decision with meaningful implications for the future of U.S. health reform, Swiss voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected a proposal to replace their fully privatized health care system with a government-run, single-payer one. Why does this matter for Americans? Because efforts by both…

    Forbes
  • What Happens When Health Editors Follow Their Own Sleep Rules

    It's easy to say sleep is a priority, but it's hard to make it one. Between late nights at work, early-morning workouts and trying to maintain some semblance of a social life, sleep all too often gets pushed to the back burner.But skimp on sleep and you risk a whole host of scary-sounding side…

    Huffington Post
  • GSK, NewLink working to bring Ebola vaccines online - WHO

    Both GlaxoSmithKline and NewLink Genetics are working to boost their capacity to make Ebola vaccines, with a goal of a "very significant increase in scale during the first half of 2015", the World Health Organization said on Wednesday. GSK and NewLink are conducting phase 1 trials in healthy…

    Reuters
  • Virginia Health Commissioner Decides To Change Harsh Abortion Clinic Regulations

    Virginia Health Commissioner Dr. Marissa Levine announced her decision on Wednesday that the state's tough restrictions on abortion clinics should be amended, in the latest development in an ongoing battle over abortion access.The regulations require abortion clinics to have the same physical…

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  • Exclusive - India set to run out of critical free drug for HIV/AIDS programme

    India could run out of a critical medicine in its free HIV/AIDS drugs programme in three weeks due to bureaucratic bungling, a senior government official said, leaving more than 150,000 sufferers without life-saving drugs for about a month. The supply crunch will be an embarrassment for the…

    Reuters
  • Does Gov. Chris Christie have a softer edge?

    The New Jersey governor said his decision making process on whether he will run for president in 2016 is simple

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  • Memphis’ leading rusher lost to season-ending injury

    If Memphis is going to make any noise in AAC play this season, it’ll have to do so without the most productive member of its rushing attack. At his regular Monday press conference, Justin Fuente confirmed the Tigers’ worst fears: running back Doroland Dorceus “will not be with us for the rest of…

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  • Is Your Doctor Being Paid By Pharma? That Could Be Good.

    The biopharmaceutical industry seeks out the best doctors to work with on these important clinical programs. After all, these trials can cost anywhere from $10 – 500 million and one can’t afford suboptimal trial design or execution. Thus, a company tries to involve the best experts for the…

    Forbes
  • Acupuncture may not be effective for knee pain: study

    By Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Acupuncture won't improve chronic knee pain in middle-aged people, researchers say. In their study, real acupuncture using needles and lasers was no more helpful than sham acupuncture for chronic knee pain among people 50 years old and older. “It is…

    Reuters
  • These Weight Loss Myths Actually Pack on Pounds

    Losing weight is hard work. There's no denying it. Setting a goal to lose any amount of weight whether it be 5 pounds or 25 pounds takes a level of commitment. You need to set your goal, make a fitness plan, follow a strict diet, and keep track of your food intake.Click Here to see the Complete…

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  • 10 things you need to know today: October 1, 2014

    1. First Ebola case is diagnosed in the U.S. A man who arrived in Dallas on a flight from Liberia has become the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday. The patient did not show symptoms until several days after he…

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