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  1. Early Release: Systems for Rapidly Detecting and Treating Persons...Read the original story

    1 hr ago | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services , CDC, other U.S. government agencies, the World Health Organization , and international partners are taking multiple steps to respond to the current Ebola virus disease outbreak in West Africa to reduce its toll there and to reduce the chances of international spread. At the same time, CDC and HHS are working to ensure that persons who have a risk factor for exposure to Ebola and who develop symptoms while in the United States are rapidly identified and isolated, and safely receive treatment.


  2. U.K. doctor is new UBC dean of medicineRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    ... move to Vancouver from London, England this summer. He leaves his post there as vice-president, health, and dean of medicine at Imperial College. He will take up his new duties as dean of medicine at UBC on Sept. 1 The new dean of the University of ...


  3. Georgia temporarily halts executionsRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Toledo Blade

    Corrections officials in Georgia have temporarily halted all planned executions to give the state time to analyze a drug that prompted the last-minute postponement of an execution. Kelly Renee Gissendaner was set to be executed Monday at 7 p.m. Corrections postponed it "out of an abundance of caution" because the pentobarbital meant for the execution appeared cloudy.


  4. Health Secretary says mesh surgery only to happen with 'fully informed consent' of patientRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Daily Record

    ... Ms Robison's predecessor Alex Neil in June last year. But she said that because mesh implants are not banned by the Medicine and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), patients still have the right to request them. "Where women who ask for ...


  5. Kansas State University Researchers Monitor for Next Novel Influenza StrainRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Infection Control Today

    ... of flu. The work is starting with swine in the field. Juergen Richt, Regents distinguished professor of veterinary medicine and director of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Center of Excellence for Emerging and Zoonotic Animal Diseases, ...


  6. Carol Ann Fox dies at 77Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    Born and raised in Chicago, IL to Patricia and Marion Kresin, she attended Providence High School and the Columbus Hospital School of Nursing. After graduating, she enjoyed a successful nursing career in the Chicago area.


  7. Multiple Sclerosis awareness week: Understanding MSRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    Climb to the top: On Saturday, March 28, participants will climb 33 flights of stairs, 822 steps closer to a cure at Mack-Cali's Harborside Plaza 5 building in Jersey City.


  8. FDA warning: mena s testosterone drugs overusedRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | WINK-TV Fort Myers

    The Food and Drug Administration is warning doctors against the overuse of testosterone-boosting drugs for men, saying the popular treatments have not been established as safe or effective for treating common signs of aging like low libido and fatigue. The agency says drugmakers must clarify that their drugs, currently taken by millions of U.S. men, are only approved to treat low testosterone levels caused by disease or injury, not normal aging.


  9. Health officials perplexed by vaccination skepticsRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Jacksonville Daily News

    Certain that they are right, struggling to find ways to get their message across, public health officials are exasperated by their inability to persuade more U.S. parents to vaccinate their children.


  10. Engineer dies from California train crash injuriesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KRNV-TV Reno

    Workers clean up the street near the burned remains of a truck and trailer at the site where a Los Angeles-bound Metrolink train derailed in a fiery collision on the tracks on February 24, 2015 in Oxnard, California. Nearly 28 people were transported to hospitals by first responders.


  11. New Study Proves That Guys Need To Stop Worrying About ... The Main Thing Guys Worry AboutRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | MTV

    ... with their man's size, but only 55% of men were satisfied with their own. "Men may present to urologists or sexual medicine clinics with a concern with their penis size, despite their size falling within a normal range," wrote lead author Dr. David ...


  12. California scientists link tiny particles in car exhaust to heart diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    A new study by California scientists has linked chronic exposure to microscopic air pollutants in vehicle exhaust to deaths from heart disease. The finding bolsters evidence that ultrafine particles, which are not regulated by state or federal environmental agencies, are a key contributor to health problems among people living near traffic.


  13. New Hospital Guidelines Say No Cats AllowedRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Scientific American

    Only dogs should be allowed to visit because they're more reliably trained and less risky, says the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology A visit from a furry companion can give comfort to patients in the hospital, but new guidelines recommend that only dogs - and not cats - be allowed in hospitals for pet therapy programs. The guidelines, from the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America , are aimed at reducing the potential risks from having animals in hospital facilities.


  14. Silent art auction helps a Support Our GirlsaRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Times-Standard

    This piece is from a digitally enhanced photo of a derelict truck by Kathy Pryer. It's one of many donated artworks for the auction to raise funds for the Breast and GYN Health Project.


  15. Dr. Phil Hammond's Games to Play with Your Doctor Coming to Wyvern Theatre & Tobacco FactoryRead the original story

    1 hr ago |

    'Stuff the politicians. Only patients can save the NHS now....'Medicine is jolly serious, life and death, pain and suffering, pills and needles.


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    1 hr ago | News Times

    In this Wednesday, June 4, 2008 file photo, a woman holds up a syringe with symbolic green fluid during a rally on Capitol Hill in Washington calling for the elimination of what demonstrators say are toxins in children's vaccines. Parents have been nervous about vaccines for as long as vaccines have been around.


  17. Travelin' ManThere is a faint, benign Emerald City quality to the...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Record

    There is a faint, benign Emerald City quality to the Mayo Clinic, towering as it does over the Minnesota prairies. The Clinic itself looks a little as if a giant had emptied a box of assorted blocks, then stacked them randomly.


  18. Clyde Central UMC's Pancake Day is March 14Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Mountaineer Publishing Company

    The United Methodist Men of Clyde Central United Methodist Church will host Pancake Day from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, March 14, in the fellowship hall at the church, located at 410 Charles St., Clyde. Coinciding with Pancake Day, the United Methodist Women will host a Bake Sale for cystic fibrosis.


  19. Surrogate mothers in India often unaware of risksRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Globe and Mail

    Surrogate Usha Kiran, 39, has an ultrasound in Delhi IVF Fertility and Research Centre. Renting out their wombs may ease financial problems for poor women in India, but new research suggests surrogate mothers there are unaware of the risks and often left out of key medical decisions about their pregnancy.


  20. Nurse who got Ebola from first US patient sues hospital, says privacy was violatedRead the original story

    1 hr ago | ABA Journal

    A Texas nurse who got Ebola after caring for the first U.S. patient with the deadly disease, has sued her employer. In a complaint filed Monday in Dallas County court, nurse Nina Pham contends that Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas not only failed to take appropriate precautions to protect her from becoming infected with the Ebola virus, but it also violated her privacy when she herself became ill, according to ABC News , Courthouse News and the Dallas Morning News .