WHO forecasts more than 20000 Ebola cases by November 2
FILE - In this Sept. 18, 2014, file photo nurses are trained to use Ebola protective gear by World Health Organization, WHO, workers, in Freetown, Sierra Leone. (AP Photo/Michael Duff, File). The World Health Organization has warned in a new report that the ...
There Could Be 20000 Ebola Cases by November if More Isn't Done Now
Ebola virus in humans may be here to stay; fatality rate is 71%
Ebola crisis: WHO warns number of infections could triple by November unless ...
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Maternal iron intake linked to offspring autism risk
Medical News Today
According to a new study from researchers at the University of California-Davis MIND Institute in Sacramento, CA, mothers of children with autism are less likely to have taken iron supplements before and during their pregnancies than mothers of children with ...
Iron Consumption While Women are Pregnant May Reduce Autism Risks
Iron supplement during pregnancy reduces autism risk
Autism: Mother's Iron Intake Before, During, After Pregnancy Related To Chance ...
The secret to a long life? 80% of men could avoid a heart attack with just four ...
The secret to a long life? 80% of men could avoid a heart attack with just four simple lifestyle changes. Not smoking, taking exercise and drinking in moderation key to reducing risk; Healthy diet and having a waist measuring below 37 inches also crucial ...
Healthy Diet Helps Lower Risk of Heart Attack in Men, Study
Having a Healthy Lifestyle Protects your from Heart-attack: Study
Healthy Lifestyle Drastically Reduces Heart Attacks, Study Confirms
Health Researchers Will Get $10.1 Million to Counter Gender Bias in Studies
New York Times
In an effort to begin addressing persistent gender bias in laboratory research, the National Institutes of Health announced Tuesday that it will distribute $10.1 million in grants to more than 80 scientists studying a diverse array of subjects, including drug ...
US agency moves to end sex bias in biomedical research
US Grant $10.1 Million to Oust Gender Bias in Scientific Research: Reports
Higgins joins DeLauro to introduce bill increasing funding for National Institutes ...
Texas Hospital Worker Diagnosed With TB, More Than 700 Infants Exposed To ...
Department of Health, El Paso, Texas proclaimed on Monday that more than 700 infants and 40 health care workers at Providence Memorial Hospital have been exposed to TB. This has come to light as one of the employees at the hospital who worked with ...
West Texas babies tested for tuberculosis
Babies in Texas are being Tested for Tuberculosis by Officials
TB tests for babies when hospital worker diagnosed
Stroke Patients Boost Survival by Getting Statins in Hospital
Cholesterol-lowering statins such as Pfizer Inc.'s Lipitor helped boost survival in patients who had a stroke caused by bleeding in the brain, a study from Kaiser Permanente showed. Hemorrhagic stroke patients given a statin while in the hospital had about ...
Stroke patients three times more likely to die if statins are stopped
Inpatient statin use linked to better health outcomes after brain hemorrhage
In-Hospital Statins Linked to Better Outcome in ICH
Smartphone app may allow parents to screen newborns for jaundice
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – A new smartphone application still in development may someday help parents and health care providers screen for jaundice in newborns. Early testing found that the application has greater accuracy than visual exams ...
App Could Help Parents Confirm Jaundice in Infants
Six Enterovirus cases confirmed in North Carolina
The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services today confirmed the presence of enterovirus D68, or EV-D68, in six patients from North Carolina. Loading… Post to Facebook. Six Enterovirus cases confirmed in North Carolina The N.C. Department of ...
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NC health officials confirm enterovirus in 6
CDC confirms case of enterovirus in Arkansas
Lawyer: Exonerated New York City man who served 23 years in prison dies from ...
Minneapolis Star Tribune
NEW YORK — A New York City man freed after serving 23 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit died over the weekend, his attorney said Monday. William Lopez passed away on Saturday due to complications from an asthma attack, attorney Dennis ...
Bronx man suing over 20-year sentence for crime he didn't do dies before trial
William Lopez Spends 2 Decades In Prison On Wrongful Conviction, Dies After ...
NY man freed after wrongfully jailed for 23 years dies suddenly from asthma attack
Tobacco money target of campaign
Albany Times Union
Members of the American Cancer Society's New York branch are mulling a move that could put more pressure on lawmakers to forgo tobacco money, which has continued to flow into state and local committees for Republicans and Democrats. "Just as there ...
E-Cigarettes of no help in quitting smoking
E-cigarettes not a solution for cancer patients, researchers say
E-cigarettes not a solution for cancer patients