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  1. Ebola crisis could last through 2015 as marks year since outbreakRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | AlertNet

    ... 19,500 in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. Peter Piot, director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and part of a team to discover Ebola in 1976, said progress was being made in trying to stop the virus spreading but it would take ...


  2. Queen's Speech: Monarch will use 2014 Christmas message to say she is ...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    The Queen will use her traditional Christmas speech to say she has been "deeply touched" by the "selflessness" of medical staff fighting the Ebola outbreak. Doctors and nurses from Britain - among several other countries - have volunteered to help countries such as Sierra Leone in West Africa combat the epidemic.


  3. Staff prepared for adverse weatherRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | News Guardian

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Teams across North Tyneside, part of Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, are also prepared to work through all types of weather to get out and visit elderly and housebound patients.


  4. CDC: Lab tech may have been exposed to EbolaRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | KXLY-TV Spokane

    A technician from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be monitored for three weeks after possibly being exposed to the Ebola virus at one of the agency's Atlanta labs, the CDC said Wednesday. The CDC said in a written statement that a small amount of material from an experiment was mistakenly transferred from one lab to another and it might have contained the live virus.


  5. Fibrosis: ultimate and proximate causes.Read the original story

    8 hrs ago | CiteULike

    Fibrotic disorders account for an increasing burden of disease-associated morbidity and mortality worldwide. Although numerous risk factors have been recognized, the etiologies of many of these clinical syndromes have not been identified, and they are often termed idiopathic or cryptogenic.


  6. Functions of autophagy in normal and diseased liver.Read the original story

    8 hrs ago | CiteULike

    Autophagy has emerged as a critical lysosomal pathway that maintains cell function and survival through the degradation of cellular components such as organelles and proteins. Investigations specifically employing the liver or hepatocytes as experimental models have contributed significantly to our current knowledge of autophagic regulation and function.


  7. Give a Life for Christmas - become an organ donorRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Bournemouth Echo

    Those in desperate need of an organ transplant are living among us - with 23 in Bournemouth, 18 in Poole and dozens more throughout Dorset. The Daily Echo has been running the Give a Life for Christmas campaign to encourage more people to join the register in a bid to decrease the number of avoidable deaths.


  8. The RantRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Memphis Flyer

    Everybody laughs at Dennis Rodman. He is America's favorite, cross-dressing, tattooed metalhead.


  9. ShareRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Daily Star

    We only ever want the best for our furry companions and this Christmas, we can give them a festive treat too! This winter, don't just throw your pet the leftovers from your dinner because you could be doing them more harm than good. "Their good intentions are sadly misplaced and by feeding their dog 'treats' such as chocolate, grapes or - heaven forbid - a glass of wine, they are literally risking their lives.


  10. Tech Talk: Technology and healthRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    Technology and health have been connected with each other since the beginning of the technological revolution. Numerous medical devices have been invented to improve patient care, which medical personnel use to treat the masses.


  11. The Indigo Children Have a New ImageRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | LivePressWorld

    The Indigo Children have grown up and to reflect this new maturity, the Indigo Children website is being re-launched to offer the best resources. 25, December 2014: Indigo Children is proud to announce their newly redesigned resource for Indigo Children, Crystal Children and Lightworkers around the world.


  12. Flying for the holidays? See if your airport is one of the healthiest in AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Fox News

    ... But, according to the 2014 Airport Food Review, released this month from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, the health status of popular airports is trending upward. The report shows that the ever-increasing demand for healthy ...


  13. Find Affordable No Medical Exam Life Insurance for Diabetics OnlineRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | PRWeb announces a new blog post, "How to Find Affordable No Medical Exam Life Insurance If You Have Diabetes!" "Clients who have diabetes can now find affordable life insurance plans that do not require medical examinations." said Russell Rabichev, Marketing Director of Internet Marketing Company.


  14. High-fat diet not good in pregnancyRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Nerve News

    A study has found that high-fat diet and obesity during pregnancy compromise the blood-forming stem cell system in the liver of the developing baby responsible for creating and sustaining lifelong blood and immune system function. The results offer a model for testing whether the effects of a high-fat diet and obesity can be repaired through dietary intervention, a key question when extrapolating this data to human populations, said Daniel L. Marks, professor of pediatric endocrinology at Oregon-based OHSU's Doernbecher Children's Hospital.


  15. How mosquitoes transmit malaria in genes revealedRead the original story

    8 hrs ago |

    A new study has revealed that mosquito species, Anopheles genus, the sole carriers of human malaria, transmit the disease in genes. The study conducted by Simon Fraser University examined mosquito's chromosomal evolution over the past hundred million years and tried to reconstruct ancestral mosquito genomes through computational methods.


  16. Technophobia may keep seniors from using apps to manage diabetesRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Cellular News

    Despite showing interest in web or mobile apps to help manage their Type 2 diabetes, only a small number of older adults actually use them, says a new study from the University of Waterloo. Approximately 2.2 million Canadians are living with Type 2 diabetes, 2 million of whom are age 50 or older.


  17. Chinese doctors punished for taking selfies during surgeryRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | EMS1

    Senior executives and a team of medical staff from a Chinese hospital in the northwestern province of Shaanxi have been punished for taking group photos next to apparently unconscious patients after surgery, state media reported on Monday. A series of photos recently circulated on Sina Weibo, a Chinese microblogging site, shows Chinese doctors and nurses decked in scrubs, posing with reportedly unconscious patients on the operating table in the operating theater.


  18. CDC Atlanta lab technician may have been exposed to EbolaRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Big News

    A laboratory technician for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been placed under observation for possible exposure to the deadly Ebola virus due to an apparent mix-up in lab specimens, the Atlanta-based agency said on Wednesday.The technician, who was working on Monday with Ebola specimens that were supposed to have been inactivated but which may instead have contained live virus, will be monitored for signs of infection for 21 days, the disease's incubation period, CDC officials said.The error follows two high-profile cases of mishandled samples of anthrax and avian influenza at the CDC earlier this year that called into question safety practices at the highly respected research institute and drew criticism from Capitol Hill.CDC spokeswoman Barbara Reynolds told Reuters the technician's risk of exposure to Ebola, even if the virus were active, was believed to be low ... (more)


  19. Yale-New Haven Hospital is opening a new medical center in Old SaybrookRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Day

    Yale-New Haven Hospital will be opening a Smilow Cancer Center branch and offering other medical services starting this spring at a building on Route 154 that was formerly one of Lawrence + Memorial Hospital's outpatient facilities. The Old Saybrook Medical Center, at 633 Old Middlesex Turnpike is being renovated into a "state-of-the-art outpatient facility, complete with the latest technology and amenities," according to a news release from Yale-New Haven.


  20. Four old age home employees firedRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Indian Express

    The Chandigarh Administration on Wednesday terminated services of four employees of an old-age home in Sector 15, including the resident manager and cook, after a four-member committee found that the residents were regularly given sedatives in food and harassed. The old-age home is run by the Child and Women Development Corporation of the UT administration.