Texas hospital reaches settlement with nurse infected with Ebola
AUSTIN – A nurse who contracted the Ebola virus while treating the first person diagnosed with the deadly disease in the United States has reached a settlement with the Dallas hospital where she was in a team caring for the man, a statement on Monday ...
Texas nurse who contracted Ebola settles hospital lawsuit
'Ebola Nurse' Reaches Settlement With Texas Hospital
Health Highlights: Oct. 25, 2016
Is Football Safe for Kids? New Study Finds Brain Changes
After 25 years of playing football, six of them in the NFL, former Minnesota Viking Greg DeLong feels like a "walking time bomb" who could end up with brain disease from all the hits he took on the field. And now DeLong has another reason to worry: His ...
Football hurts the brains of kids as young as 8 — even if they've never had concussion symptoms
Changes Found in Brain After Single Season of Youth Football, Study Finds
Children at risk of brain changes after 1 season of youth football, study claims
Women Reaching Equality in Dubious Habit: Drinking
MONDAY, Oct. 24, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Women have made major strides towards equality with men, but new research shows there's one way in which they are catching up that could be harmful: drinking. Women are now nearly on par with men in ...
Millennial Women Have Closed the Drinking Gap
The cocktail glass ceiling; women now drink as much booze as men
Women Are Drinking as Much as Men
E-cigarettes could be used to help combat obesity in smokers trying to qui...
LONDON Researchers in Britain and New Zealand have found a potential new use for electronic cigarettes in smokers who want to give up - controlling appetite and limiting the weight gain that often comes with quitting. In a review published in the ...
Vaping could help prevent ex-smokers piling on the pounds, research suggests
Vaping using food flavours 'helps to suppress cravings'
Vaping research suggests e-cigarettes could help fight obesity
Can Merck's top performers keep new generics, biosims at bay?
Merck & Co. sales took an upswing in the third quarter--a significant one, 5% year-over-year. Just in time, too, as Merck braces for generic competition to its blockbuster cholesterol meds Zetia and Vytorin later this year--and continues to suffer from ...
After FDA Approval, Merck Posts Better-Than-Expected Earnings
Merck (MRK) Beats on Q3 Earnings amp; Revenues, Lifts View
Merck Beats Street 3Q Forecasts, Hikes 2016 Profit Forecast
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Uber Is Giving Out Free Flu Shots Today
Here's how to get one. Don't have time to go to the doctor for a flu shot? Get one from Uber. The ridesharing company is handing out free flu shots on Tuesday, Oct. 25. All you have to do is choose the “Health” option in the Uber app that day between ...
In these 2 N.J. cities, Uber will deliver free flu shots Tuesday
Uber giving out free flu shots on Oct. 25 in select cities, including Washington, D.C.
Want a flu shot? Use Uber
Frequent exams only treatment for pregnant woman with Zika
Yessica Flores is getting ultrasounds more frequently than the average pregnant woman, but there's a cruel downside accompanying the joy of seeing how much her unborn daughter grows every few weeks: fear of possible defects caused by Zika.
Pregnant Woman Infected With Zika Waits and Worries for Her Baby
Two More Pregnant Women Diagnosed With Zika
Second Miami Beach police officer contracts...
New Guidelines Acknowledge The Reality: Babies Do Sleep In Mom's Bed
It's a familiar scene for sleep-deprived parents everywhere: They put down the baby in the bassinet to sleep, and those tiny eyes flutter shut. Then they flutter back open and the crying starts. The only thing perhaps more harrowing than those long ...
The AAP's New Advice on SIDS Prevention Might Actually Make Parents' Lives Easier
The Worst Place to Fall Asleep With a Newborn Baby
Baby should sleep in same room as parents for up to a year
John Oliver Pinpoints A Fake Statistic That Fueled The Opioid Crisis
In John Oliver's latest segment on opioids during Last Week Tonight, he pulled up one of the key statistics pharmaceutical salespeople used to market prescription opioids to doctors in the 1990s: Less than 1 percent of patients taking opioids become ...
John Oliver Mocks Trump for Now Failing to Even Entertain His Base
John Oliver's Anti-Pharma Rant Had One Glaring Omission
John Oliver Taunts Trump with His Emmy: I Have Something I Know That You Want
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Early Detection Saved My Life. I'm A Breast Cancer Survivor.
I am a 3rd generation designer, being the granddaughter of Couturier, Rose Taft. I make people more beautiful for a living. I love being involved in people's lives by designing dresses for special moments & celebrating with them. I am a strong ...
Private struggle: Why some with breast cancer keep it to themselves
Yes, men can get breast cancer
New Imaging Technologies Improve Chances Of Early Breast Cancer Detection