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9 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News
Alaska Native babies in small, remote villages die at twice the rate of Native infants in cities, according to new research from the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.
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15 hrs ago | WCHS-TV Charleston
Charleston , Kanawha County , West Virginia A federal report said West Virginia public health officials were not trained to respond to a January chemical spill along the Elk River.
HEALTH chiefs are investigating a national outbreak of sickness bug salmonella after 33 cases were confirmed in Cheshire and Merseyside.
Consuming too little salt may be harmful, putting people at risk of heart attacks and strokes, according to two Canadian studies published in the New England Journal of Medicine that are drawing criticism in the medical community.
Putting alcohol-based hand sanitizers in classrooms in the hopes of reducing school absences because of illness may not be worth the expense in high-income countries where clean water for washing hands is readily available, a study says.
Host Affan Chowdhry speaks with Dr. Jonathan Epstein, a veterinary epidemiologist and Vice-President of EcoHealth Alliance, about why animal-to-human viruses are on the rise.
An epidemiologist working for the Iowa Department of Public Health is currently stationed in Sierra Leone; he's aiding the Center for Disease Control in its response to the West African Ebola outbreak.
Oxidative stress is a significant predictor for hip fracture in postmenopausal women, according to new research led by University of Cincinnati epidemiologists.
For the first time in nearly 25 years, Diane Woolard, an epidemiologist with the Virginia Department of Health, revisited a time when the Ebola virus consumed the commonwealth.
Drugs known as bisphosphonates, commonly prescribed to treat the bone-weakening disease osteoporosis, don't appear to reduce the risk of breast cancer as previously thought, new research finds.
The ECDC Communicable Disease Threats Report is a weekly bulletin intended for epidemiologists and health professionals in the area of communicable disease prevention and control.
Popular menopause drugs made in part from estrogen found in the urine of pregnant horses have caused breast cancer in thousands of Canadian women, according to allegations in a new report by the Canadian Cancer Society's top epidemiologist.
Overall lung cancer rates are dropping, according to a new analysis of nearly a half million Americans with lung cancer.
Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 06:14 pm
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