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  1. Will Dot-Health Make It More Likely That You'll Get Scammed?Read the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | WGBH

    You wake up feeling gross - stuffy and full of aches. A quick Google search of your symptoms confirms that yes, you probably have a cold and not the plague.

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  2. Pregnant? Get A Flu Shot NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Patch.com

    When pregnant women get influenza , they tend to get really sick. Flu complications such as pneumonia are more common in pregnant women than other healthy young adults, and their risk of death from flu is higher, too.

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  3. CDC Recommending Vaccination To Combat Seasonal FluRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | CBS Local

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is out with a reminder add a flu vaccination to that family 'to do' list! "The recommendation is that everyone six months and older in the United States should be vaccinated each and every year against the flu," said Dr. Bill Schaffner an infectious disease specialist from Vanderbilt University and past President of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases Schaffner tells WWJ's Jon Hewett that this year's vaccine is identical to last year's - with a focus on H1N1 - the virus which caused 13,000 deaths during the 2009 pandemic. With recent concerns over the spread of the Enterovirus - Schaffner is quick to point out the influenza virus is different.

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  4. PW Picks: Books of the Week, September 29, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Publishers' Weekly

    The Zone of Interest by Martin Amis - An absolute soul-crusher of a book, the brilliant latest from Amis is an astoundingly bleak love story, as it were, set in a German concentration camp, which Thomsen, one of the book's three narrators, refers to as Kat Zet. Thomsen, the nephew of Hitler's private secretary, Martin Bormann, has a vague role as a liaison at Buna Werke, where the Germans are attempting to synthesize oil for the war effort using slave labor.

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  5. Statement At the High-Level Meeting On Response to the Ebola Virus Disease OutbreakRead the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | Hispanic Business

    A response with the scope, scale and speed needed for this complex emergency, with its political, and social, economic security dimensions, requires urgent and co-ordinated global action. This was the core message of the historic resolution co-sponsored by 134 Member States and unanimously adopted by the on 18 September.

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  6. Short Interest in CEL-SCI Corp. Rises By 1.5%Read the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Shares of CEL-SCI Corp. saw a significant growth in short interest in September. As of September 15th, there was short interest totalling 3,255,820 shares, a growth of 1.5% from the August 29th total of 3,207,027 shares, Analyst Ratings Net reports.

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  7. My HorizonsHEALTH Insurers are Failing 2 Million Children of Our MilitaryRead the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | American Reporter

    About 2,100 persons have died. As much as one-fourth of America's workforce an 2 billion of the world's population may be infected by the new swine flu when it peaks in Winter, according to studies conducted by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, respectively.

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  8. Protecting yourself from the fluRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | LaGrange Daily News

    A patient receives a flu vaccine. The vaccine covers several strains of Influenza A and B, plus H1N1 and H3N2.

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  9. Flu season is beginning with local cases of enterovirusRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Kinston Free Press

    It's time to review the ways to avoid catching influenza, or the flu, and other viruses that may be looming. The enterovirus, or EV-D68, causing mostly young children to become hospitalized, has hit the media recently.

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  10. Market MoverINSIDE the Health Care NightmareRead the original story

    Oct 24, 2009 | American Reporter

    One of the joys of Hallowe'en is to dress in scary costumes and pretend to frighten others, who pretend to be frightened. But with less than two weeks until an evening of trick-or-treating, it's possible there won't be anything scarier than what's already happened in the country.

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  11. Catching Up Witha Michael SchwartzbergRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Examiner.com

    Like myself, colleague Michael Schwartzberg cut his teeth in journalism before "being seduced by the Dark Side of the Force" and transitioning into public relations. Now Public Information Officer for the Baltimore City Health Department, Michael recently took a few moments to answer my questions about his experience in the fielda First, tell us a little about yourself.

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  12. Recommendations and Reports: Updated Preparedness and Response Framework for Influenza PandemicsRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    The complexities of planning for and responding to the emergence of novel influenza viruses emphasize the need for systematic frameworks to describe the progression of the event; weigh the risk of emergence and potential public health impact; evaluate transmissibility, antiviral resistance, and severity; and make decisions about interventions. On the basis of experience from recent influenza responses, CDC has updated its framework to describe influenza pandemic progression using six intervals and eight domains.

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  13. Notifiable Diseases and Mortality TablesRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    Table I Summary of provisional cases of selected notifiable diseases, United States, cumulative, week ending September 20, 2014 Figure I Selected notifiable disease reports, United States, comparison of provisional 4-week totals ending September 20, 2014, with historical data Table II Provisional cases of selected notifiable diseases, United States, weeks ending September 20, 2014 and September 21, 2013 TABLE I. Provisional cases of infrequently reported notifiable diseases and/or the original MMWR paper copy for printable versions of official text, figures, and tables. An original paper copy of this issue can be obtained from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office , Washington, DC 20402-9371; telephone: 512-1800.

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  14. The week's headlines...Read the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Covington Leader

    After expansion the company will have approximately 700 employees. 1999 State champs to be recognized: The state champion Covington Chargers Baseball team will be recognized in a ceremony.

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  15. Vaccination options for seniors this flu seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | KFOR-TV Oklahoma City

    Depending on your health, age and personal preference, there are a variety of flu shots available to seniors this flu season, along with a two vaccinations for pneumonia that you should consider getting too. Just as they do every year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a seasonal flu shot to almost everyone, but it's especially important for seniors who are at higher risk of developing serious flu-related complications.

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  16. First PersonMY Battle with TechnologyRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | American Reporter

    Tonight, in a remote and rural part of west-central China's Qinghai Province, a town of 10,000 mostly Tibetan people is entirely quarantined as officials try to contain an outbreak of pneumonic plague. Residents can go anywhere in Ziketan within the quarantined area, but the roads in and out are blocked and no one can leave, the New York Times reported today .

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  17. Apologetics for chelation therapy in The Atlantic [Respectful Insolence]Read the original story

    Sep 19, 2014 | ScienceBlogs

    As I sat down to do my final post for this week, I perused my list of posts thus far and was amazed to discover that I hadn't done a single post on vaccines. After all that nonsense the other week, where I spent more than a week blogging about nothing but the antivaccine movement, I thought this a refreshing change.

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  18. Report: Security agency not prepared for pandemicRead the original story

    Sep 19, 2014 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    For nearly a decade the Homeland Security Department has stockpiled supplies, from respirators and surgical masks to hand sanitizer and antiviral medications, in case of a pandemic. But the agency stocked up without knowing exactly what it needed and now most of the gear and medicine on hand will be unusable after next year, according to an audit by the agency's inspector general released Monday.

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  19. Dr. Racaniello: What we are not afraid to say about Ebola virusRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2014 | Crofs Blogs

    The more hosts infected by a virus, the more mutations will arise. Not all of these mutations will find their way into infectious virus particles because they cause lethal defects.

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  20. WHO warns number of Ebola victims to double every 3 weeks, as healing ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 18, 2014 | NewsTarget.com

    As Ebola spreads through West Africa, taking out healthcare workers and running entire medical systems into the ground, people are being told to shelter in place, divvying up food rations. With the death toll rising, the World Health Organization is warning that the number of Ebola victims is likely to double every three weeks in the months ahead.

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