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Maine Judge Says Nurse Must Follow Ebola Quarantine for Now
A judge in Maine rejected the state's attempt to forcibly quarantine a nurse who has been clashing with officials over her defiance of a voluntary Ebola quarantine on Friday, reversing a court order that briefly mandated she avoid public places and ...
Attempt to isolate nurse is rejected
Judge rejects Ebola quarantine for Maine nurse
Restrictions relaxed for Ebola nurse
The Jersey Journal - NJ.com
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US asks Australia to build three ebola field hospitals
The United States has asked Australia to step up its efforts in the global fight to stop Ebola, which has so far claimed 5,000 lives. Washington has asked the Abbott government to build three field hospitals in West Africa and to send at least 100 doctors and ...
Liberia opens one of the country's largest Ebola treatment centers
Better Staffing Seen as Crucial to Ebola Treatment in Africa
New York Times
Hold US envoy Power defends Ebola guidelines, warns on Guinea
Wall Street Journal
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Report Reveals; Scratching Makes Your Itch Awful
A new study revealed that scratching gives birth to a nerve chemical named as serotonin. After some time the chemical increases itch feeling to a great extent. One of the major functions of Serotonin is to send signals to the nerve cells. Scratching generally ...
Why Not Scratch That Itch? Study Says Serotonin Is The Reason
Science discovers why the more you scratch, the more itchy
Scratching Only Makes Itching Worse, Says New Study
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Dignity Health's overbilling lawsuit settled for $37 million
Dignity Health, the North Californian hospital accused of overbilling the Federal Medical program has agreed to resolve the issue and will reimburse $37 million to the government. Dignity Health is a three-state hospital chain and was known as Catholic ...
Overbilling Lawsuit Costs Dignity Health a $37 Million Settlement
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Dignity Health to pay $37 million to settle overbilling claims
Dignity Health Resolves Overcharging lawsuit with $37 million
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Drugs to abet cancer cells suicide found
British scientists have found a drug combination that can trigger the self-destruct process in lung cancer cells -- paving the way for new treatments. The combination of two drugs, called TRAIL and a CDK9 inhibitor, forced the cancer cells to self-destruct, the ...
New Cancer Research UK figures show lung cancer patients missing out on
Cancer awareness 'low in black and South Asian groups'
New figures show falling survival for some cancers
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Crash test dummies in America are now obese (but of course)
Crash test dummies in the U.S. are now obese as a major chunk of the American population is also obese. The new dummies will help car companies understand the safety needs of overweight drivers. (Photo : Simon Yeo). Humanetics, the only crash test ...
Crash Test Dummies Grow in Size to Reflect US Obesity Rates
Obese Crash-Test Dummies Being Developed
Obese Crash Test Dummies Are the Way forward for Car Safety
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Pinay doc hails colleague quarantined for Ebola
ABS CBN News
PALO ALTO, California - The Stanford doctor who is now being monitored for Ebola in the San Francisco Bay Area is being considered a hero by a Pinoy colleague, who said he went where others simply refused to go. Dr. Julietta Gabiola is all praises for her ...
Stanford doctor in Ebola quarantine in Bay Area
Rights, responsibility and reassurance on Ebola
Ebola: Stanford doctor back from Liberia has no qualms with quarantine
San Jose Mercury News
Stanford Medical Center Report
Los Angeles Times
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Can consuming large amounts of milk cause fatal problems?
In a startling new research conducted by lead author Professor Karl Michaelsson of Uppsala University in Sweden there is evidence to suggest that there is a connection between consumption of dairy products and health problems. "Our results may question ...
Study Finds Increase Milk Consumption Leads To Bone Fractures In Women
High milk intake associated with increased mortality risk
Study: Milk may not be very good for bones or the body
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Google updates Flu Trends software model to make it more accurate
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