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Sierra Leone: Leading Doctor Dies of Ebola
New York Times
The doctor leading Sierra Leone's fight against the worst Ebola outbreak on record died from the virus on Tuesday, the country's chief medical officer said. The death of Dr. Sheik Umar Khan, 39, highlights the dangers health workers face in trying to halt the ...
Ebola kills Coon Rapids father working in LiberiaMinneapolis Star Tribune
Leading Sierra Leone doctor battling outbreak dies of EbolaLos Angeles Times
Doctor's condition now "grave" in fight against EbolaWTHR
ABC Online -BBC News -New Zealand Herald
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City to spray pesticide in parts of Queens to combat West Nile virus
New York Daily News
The city will deploy trucks to spray pesticide, targeting mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus, late Wednesday into Thursday morning. The spraying will take place from 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday to 6 a.m. on Thursday in sections of Flushing, Whitestone and ...
West Nile Warning Issued In Larimer CountyCBS Local
Adams County Mosquitoes Test Positive for West Nile1011now
Health department discovers West Nile virus in LovelandReporterHerald.com
NBC Montana -Appleton Post Crescent -WHDH-TV
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Flesh-eating bacteria rampant in Florida waters
Tech Times
Beach-goers may want to be cautious of higher than normal levels of flesh-eating bacteria. This bacteria occurs naturally in waters and thrives in warm, saltwater environments. (Photo : Wikimedia Commons: Euku). People headed to Florida beaches may ...
Bacteria related to Cholera found in Florida waters causes grave health concernsDumb-Out
Florida to beachgoers: Beware of flesh-eating bacteriaDaily Digest
Why you should wash your hands after swimming in the bayWTOP
Reuters -UPI.com
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Surgeon General Calls for Action to Reduce Skin Cancer Rate
New York Times
WASHINGTON The nation's top doctor called on Tuesday for immediate action to reduce the rate of skin cancer, the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the country and one that is often preventable. Americans need to do more to reduce their exposure to ...
Surgeon general issues skin cancer warningCNN
Melanoma Skin Cancer Cases SpikeWICS-TV
UT experts encourage public to stop indoor tanning, protect your skinWBIR-TV
ModVive -THV 11 -Contra Costa Times
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Guilt may spoil restorative effects of entertainment
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who play video games or watch television to unwind after a hard day may end up feeling worse about themselves, not better, says a new study. Although enjoying something pleasurable can restore "vitality" after a ...
Watching TV And Playing Video Games Have Opposite Effect On Many Tired ...Headlines & Global News
Study finds that watching TV after work might make you feel worseTech Times
If You're Stressed, Playing Games Might Make You Feel WorseGameSpot

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Heart Attack Patients Treated at Night, Weekends May Have Worse Outcomes
TUESDAY, July 29, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- The time at which heart attack patients arrive at the hospital may affect their chances for survival, new research suggests. Showing up at the emergency room at night, on weekends or during holidays is ...
Weekday heart attacks still getting quicker treatment at hospitalsReuters
Have that heart attack during business hours as survival rate dips weekends ...Tech Times
Nights and weekends worst time to be treated for heart attack, study suggestsDaily Digest
Science Codex
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Tighter Rules Urged on $15 Billion for Doctor Training
Tighter oversight is needed for more than $15 billion spent yearly on doctor training in the U.S., according to a new report that's already under fire from medical centers that provide the education. The report, by the U.S. Institute of Medicine, calls for ...
Graduate Medical Education Needs Significant Overhaul: IOMMedscape
IOM Wants Big Change in Doc TrainingMedPage Today
Medical residency changes proposedThe Augusta Chronicle
West Virginia Public Broadcasting
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Slowly Running Short Distances Greatly Reduces the Chances of a Heart Attack
Get out those running shoes, but don't despair about having to run long distances or for a long time each week. In fact, you don't even have to come close to wearing out your running shoes to gain huge benefits from them. A new study published in the Journal ...
Can running for 5 minutes a day really help you live longer?Boston Globe
Running Could add 3 Years to Your LifeWSAW
Running for five to 10 minutes a day may add three years to lifespans, study ...National Post
Times of India -WSOC Charlotte
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Impax skids after company says FDA cites possible problems in inspection of ...
Fox Business
Fighting a Global Killer: Malaria Vaccine RTS,S Protects Babies

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